Take 2 minutes to look at: a Chinese window mystery you didn't know about?

Doors and windows, also known as  in ancient times, are quite active in Chinese architectural culture and are important architectural components with unique cultural significance, which has a long history in China. Since ancient times, windows have played an extremely important role in architecture, and with windows, buildings can be called functional buildings.

In China, traditional building structures, furniture decoration, carriage cars, etc. are all made of wood as the main raw material, and windows, as an inseparable part of the building, naturally should also use wood as the main material. Therefore, "wooden windows" have always been an important part of traditional Chinese architecture and a reflection of traditional Chinese thought. However, the role played by wooden windows in the history of Chinese architecture has been changing, and the degree of favor has been fluctuating, understanding its change process and analyzing its reasons can make better use of wooden windows in modern architecture.

The emergence of windows can be traced back to primitive society, and its function is only the basic function of windows: lighting, ventilation, smoke exhaust, and then with the development of social productivity, the ground house architecture appeared, and wooden windows officially appeared on the façade of traditional Chinese buildings. In the Han Dynasty, square, rectangular, round and other different forms of wooden windows have appeared, the form of the window in the Sui and Tang Dynasties has been transformed into a straight prismatic window, which has reflected the function of decoration, after the Yuan Dynasty, the wooden window can be opened, and the Ming and Qing Dynasties are the heyday of the wooden window, and there are many forms, decorated with complex windows. The function of wooden windows has gradually expanded from simple ventilation and lighting to historical, artistic and cultural levels.

With the improvement of the domestic economic level and the needs of the people's spiritual civilization life, traditional culture once again burst into influence, and ancient buildings began to be revived; The emergence of ancient building repair and antique construction industry began to promote the revival of wooden windows, but due to the wood drying process and the characteristics of wood easy to crack and deform, it greatly increased the cost in the application and greatly affected people's experience.

Experts and entrepreneurs committed to the development of traditional culture began to study the application of wooden windows, began to appear aluminum clad wooden windows, with aluminum alloy protection to weaken the adverse effects of wood cracking on ancient buildings, but the existence of metal still greatly affected the traditional style and style of ancient buildings, until Jingbo Muji launched a new Jingtai wood series energy-saving antique solid wood windows, only to really solve the ancient buildings and antique buildings in pure solid wood, extremely low maintenance costs and excellent energy-saving performance of doors and windows.

Jingtai wood energy-saving antique solid wood doors and windows, using not easy to crack, not easy to deform, flame retardantB1 grade, moth-proof, anti-corrosion and natural wood texture of Jingtai wood profiles, double-layer tempered glass, imported sealing and other high-quality accessories, after a full set of German imported production equipment precision processing, successfully shaped a new type of antique doors and windows with Chinese characteristics, retaining traditional culture, with excellent energy-saving performance.

Although the return of wooden windows is limited by practical factors, it has excellent performance, excellent artistry, and deep cultural connotation; In order to meet the needs of ancient buildings and antique buildings, Jingbo Muji is also committed to providing the best wood product solutions for ancient buildings and other fields, meeting the needs of the people and promoting the return of wooden windows.