Peking Union Medical College was founded in the late Qing Dynasty and the early Republic of China. Since then, society and politics have been rapidly changing, and its architectural aesthetics reflect the idea of advocating the West and inheriting tradition. Through research and actual investigation, this paper summarizes the current status of its building from two aspects, interior decoration art and interior decoration technology, analyzes the interior decoration characteristics of Peking Union Medical College Phase I Project, and records the archives of Peking Union Medical College’s decoration technology.
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