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Beautiful Windows in Asian Architecture

Experience the beauty of traditional Asian architecture and importance of windows in connecting the outside and inside worlds.

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In traditional Asian architecture, windows are more than a source for natural light and fresh air; they act as a “picture frame”  by outlining the beautiful image of the world outside for the homeowners inside.

Windows are like the eyes of a building through which we complete the connection between the two worlds of inside and outside.

Buddha said: “What you think, you become.What you feel, you attract. What you imagine, you create.”

Through the window, we create a poetic piece of art for the inside; through the window, we feel the natural beauty of outside; through the window, we imagine endless beauty we can create.

In this article, we’ve selected some beautiful windows in Asian architecture for you to enjoy the view through windows.

Window in Asian Architecture-Green leaves budding through window
Green leaves budding rouge smile, comes to stand by my window, we chat with glass in-between Feeling spring.
Window in Asian Architecture - Garden in Suzhou
Garden in Suzhou Photography by Mr. Tao

 

window in asian architecture - Window in A Temple in JiangNan
By framing a branch of flowers outside, this window inspires the imagination. Window in A Temple in JiangNan. Photography by Tangshi Su
window in asian architecture-beautiful painting
Geometric Pattern windows are like a painting on the wall.
window in asian architecture - perforated window
The perforated window with ornamental patterns creates mysterious “leaking scenery”.  As you move through the room and as the sun moves through the day, the scenes shift and move as well.
window in asian architecture - at Five Mountain Peak Garden in Suzhou
The opening window at Five Mountain Peak Garden in Suzhou. The ornate window frame at the top makes it look like a tailor-made picture frame and captures the vistas beyond perfectly. Photography by Mr. Tao
window in asian architecture - at Water Moon Monastery in Taiwan
The massive wooden Wall at Water Moon Monastery in Taiwan is entirely covered with a sacred scripture. As the sunlight shines through the carved-out Chinese characters of the Heart Sutra, the poetic wisdom is projected onto the interior surface, taking the role of “window” to another level by transforming the outside light with literal meaning. Photography by Jeffrey Cheng
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