• IICC-X has had long-term international communication and cooperation with Design Department of Kyoto City University of Arts, Japanese Urban Gauss Design Institute .etc
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    The imperial cities and mausoleums of the Chinese Zhou, Qin, Han and Tang dynasties in the prime time of the ancient Chinese civilization are located in Xi’ an. Headquartered in Xi’ an, IICC-X taps into the geographical advantage by involving the internationally renowned planning and design experts into the conservation of the large sites in Xi’ an. IICC-X has had long-term international communication and cooperation with Design Department of Kyoto City University of Arts, Japanese Urban Gauss Design Institute and Japanese Ecological Design Association and has invited for many times the delegates headed by Professor Ikegami, Director of Japanese Urban Gauss Design Institute and Chairman of Japanese Ecological Design Association, to pay field trips to such cultural heritage sites as imperial Chang’ an City and Tang Daming Palace etc in Xi’ an. In October 2007, The Overall Plan of Xi’ an Tang Daming Palace National Heritage Park was officially launched. IICC-X committed itself to making preparatory wor k and recommending and advising international specialists. Professor Ikegami proposed an overall plan for Daming Palace and put forward planning and design principles onsite conservation display, digital reconstruction, sustainable development and ecological and environmentally-friendly city park etc, which earned wide acclaim.

     

             

    Pilot Plan of Daming Palace National Heritage Park is made by Mr. Ikegami, Professor of Design Department in Kyoto City University of Arts, Director of Japanese Urban Gauss Design Institute and Chairman of Japanese Ecological Design Association

    The delegates headed by Sun Fuxi, ExecutiveVice Director of IICC-X, investigated in Kyotothe 3D digital conservation program of the world heritage Toji Temple under the leadership of Professor Ikegami                         

        Professor Ikegami gave a presentation of 3D digital conservation
         in IICC-X meeting room

       

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