Years of traveling thought me once I look closely to the style structure of a country or city’s work, I will always remember it and wherever I come across of something similar, in the first glance I might be able to say which country has the same structure. In the past if I came across an architecture similar to Roman, instantly I was able to say the connection but since I started traveling to other countries such as China, Iran etc, so, It is no longer only the Roman style structure but other countries I traveled to as well.
They all have their own details and beauties and are very much connected to the type of environment and weather the country has. For instance, Sardinia houses have blocks of cut rocks for walls due to the humid weather while in Afghanistan they used thick mixed mud and straw walls to keep them warm in the cold winters and cold in hot summers.
Over many centuries the style of Chinese architecture has taken shape in East Asia. The principles of Chinese architecture have remained largely unchanged, the main changes have been the decorative details. Korea, Vietnam, and Japan have received major influence from the Chines structure style since Tang Dynasty.
Typical Chinese-style architecture and gardening, Zhouzhuang, China. The most significant characteristic is the use of timber structure. Paintings and carvings were added to the work to make it more beautiful and attractive.
Chinese civilization and architecture are one of the oldest. If you check sources such as literary, graphic etc, you find evidence proving chines have always enjoyed the system of construction that has retained its principal characteristics from prehistoric times to the present day. The area of Chinese cultural influence was their architectural style which exist in many countries. European, Persian and ancient Chinese architecture are important component of the world architectural system.