Research on Application of PC Technology in Shanghai Metro Line 17
With the continuous development of Chinese modern society, people are no longer only satisfied with the basic material needs, but the pursuit of the spiritual world is also growing stronger. While providing convenient travel services for the citizens, the Shanghai Metro is also committed to letting people enjoy the artistic creativity and ingenuity in the process of operating. Metro Line 17 is such a line full of artistic sense and historical landscape. The works of art, ceramics installations, large space and large vision of Zhuguang Road Station, two murals and PC technology of North Xujing Station were recorded and the observed information was summarized and considered through the investigation activities by taking the Shanghai Metro Line 17 on the spot in this paper. PC is not only the innovation of structural technology, but also the innovation of architecture and art.
KeywordsMetro Line 17 PC Culture Art
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