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Volume 237, 20213rd International Symposium on Architecture Research Frontiers and Ecological Environment (ARFEE 2020)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Ecological Environment, Urban Planning and Construction|
|Published online||09 February 2021|
Extraction and diversified application of embroidery insole fabric elements in Hongan, Eastern Hubei
College of industrial design, Hubei University of technology, Wuhan, China
By the concept of redesign, the embroidery insole fabric elements of Hongan in Eastern Hubei Province is extracted and applied, and the application research of diversified creative products is carried out. On the premise of inheritance and innovation, the regional characteristics and cultural connotation of Hongan embroidered insole in Eastern Hubei Province are analysed. By understanding the connotation of the elements of Hongan embroidered insole fabric, the composition characteristics of common embroidered insole fabric is grasped, and the traditional fabric themes of Hongan embroidered insole is analysed and arranged; Extract the typical pattern fabric elements that can resonate with modern life, and extract, organize and redesign them; then through integration and reconstruction, carry out diversified application design of creative products. The fabric elements of Hongan embroidered insole are redesigned and applied in fashion, home textile products, clothing, interior decoration, etc. By redesigning, this paper analyses and arranges extracts and redesigns, integrates and reconstructs the elements of embroidered insole fabric in Hongan, Eastern Hubei Province, and studies the application of diversified creative product redesign. This modern process method and diversified application mode is not only the dynamic inheritance of traditional regional culture, but also the innovation and development of folk culture in Eastern Hubei Province. The inheritance and development of art traditional culture has important practical significance.
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