Journal of Information Systems Engineering and Management

Exploring the Aesthetic Principles of Traditional Lingnan Architecture in Guangzhou Influencing Economic Development and Socio-economic Perspective—A Notch from Public Well-being and Modernity
Kai Yi 1 * , Zhihua Xu 2
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1 Ph.D candidate, Department of Fine Arts, International College, Krirk University, Bangkok, Thailand
2 Professor, Department of Fine Arts, International College, Krirk University, Bangkok, Thailand
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Journal of Information Systems Engineering and Management, 2023 - Volume 8 Issue 3, Article No: 22838
https://doi.org/10.55267/iadt.07.13843

Published Online: 31 Aug 2023

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ABSTRACT
Architecture plays a pivotal role in shaping the built environment and influencing societal development. Aesthetic principles of architecture, technological integration, and skill development are key factors that impact architectural design outcomes and broader societal implications. The purpose of this research is to look into the impact of architectural aesthetic principles on socioeconomic development, public well-being, and architectural modernism, while also looking into the mediating role of technological integration and the moderating role of skill development. A quantitative research approach was adopted, using a cross-sectional design. Data was collected through a structured questionnaire from 375 architects in Guangzhou, representing diverse architectural practices. SPSS was used for descriptive and inferential statistical analyses such as correlation, regression, and mediation analysis. The study revealed a positive relationship between aesthetic principles of architecture and socio-economic development, indicating that aesthetically pleasing designs can foster economic growth and urban development. Moreover, aesthetics significantly influenced public well-being, with thoughtfully designed spaces positively impacting the emotional and psychological well-being of users. Aesthetic principles were found to contribute to architecture modernity, inspiring innovative design practices. Technological integration emerged as a mediator, highlighting its role in translating aesthetic concepts into sustainable design solutions that impact socio-economic development, public well-being, and architecture modernity. Skill development was identified as a moderator, enhancing the integration of aesthetics and technology in architectural design. This study advances the understanding of the interplay between aesthetics, technology, and skill development in architectural practice. The findings offer practical implications for architects, policymakers, and educators, guiding the creation of aesthetically-driven, sustainable, and socially impactful designs. The study contributes to architectural theory and practice, fostering a holistic approach toward the creation of built environments that enhance the quality of life for individuals and promote sustainable development. The use of self-reported data and cross-sectional methods are the potential limitations of the study.
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