When it comes to the countryside, the rustic architectural style and the inconvenience of living in self-built country houses always carry some prejudice and contempt for those who are used to city life, resulting in many young people being reluctant to return to the countryside.

However, the revitalization of the countryside requires the injection of more young people, and the design of rural architecture becomes particularly important, which not only attracts more young people to return but also has a good appeal to tourists.

People who really know how to live always like to run to niche places, to go to the fields to breathe fresh air, to see the silence of the forest, and to breathe in the fresh air.

The countryside, without the hustle and bustle of the city, has more of a taste of being out of touch with the world. Living by the fields has the effect of healing the heart.

Get back to basics and enjoy life

The village next to the water is a place where people live a life of fine farming, where you can walk along the river and see ducks playing, birds and flowers singing, everything is so natural. Without any artifice, it is all-natural, and such beauty evokes memories of childhood buried deep in the heart.

How to build the most popular countryside architecture?

1. Tap into the individual characteristics of the countryside to create unique countryside architecture.

The six most distinctive architectural schools in China: the Anhui University, the Beijing University, the Suzhou University, the Jin University, the Fujian University, and the Sichuan University, have their own deep cultural deposits and unique stylistic characteristics. Therefore, in the process of construction, we can draw on the nutrients of these schools, combine them with contemporary innovative methods, and enjoy re-creation to the fullest.

2. Reinventing personalized rural architecture according to the needs of the countryside's distinctive industries

The truly personalized countryside is often a process of breaking away from the current thinking of novelty and making more subversive and original solutions to the problems facing the countryside at the moment. In the case of the cave house, the traditional idea of building from the flat ground is reversed and a hole is drilled in the slope to reshape the landscape.

In the last two years, more and more people have returned to the countryside.

Most of them have given up their more privileged living conditions to returning to the countryside and 'surf' the uncertainties of life, defining such intrepid and daring people as 'true dreamers'. But the closer we get to them, the more superficial this assessment becomes.

Returning to the countryside is not only a choice of behavior but also a process of following one's heart and finding oneself.

With the strength of their inner certainty, they are able to break away from their "ego" and look at their "faraway places" and "home" from a broader and more rational perspective.