Cloud-based Overall Design of Sculptural Public Art in Commercial Neighborhoods




cloud computing, shopping street, sculpture, public art


INTRODUCTION: The shopping street has become the center of economic activities in the city. It is the most popular place in the city, the soul of the shopping street, the reflection of history, culture, folklore, geographical features, and even the city. With the rapid development of the commercial environment, the landscape sculpture on the shopping street is also developing rapidly, and its share in the city construction is getting bigger and bigger. Landscape sculpture is the key to the whole shopping street, so it is vital to study the design of sculpture public art in commercial neighborhoods.

OBJECTIVES: The study of commercial neighborhood sculpture public art through the method of cloud computing in order to improve the overall design level of China's commercial neighborhood sculpture public art, to improve the integration of the development of China's architecture and fine arts field, and secondly, the overall design study of commercial neighborhood sculpture public art can also better improve the overall development of China's tourism industry, and to promote the further enhancement of tourism art.

METHODS: The related commercial and commercial street sculpture theory is discussed. Secondly, the computer technology of cloud computing is further applied in the research of the overall design of the sculpture public art in the commercial street area in order to enhance the informatization level of the overall design of the sculpture public art in the commercial street area, to better adapt to the development of the Internet era. Lastly, the data related to the tourists is calculated using big data technology.

RESULTS: Significant in studying shopping street landscape sculpture. Starting from the research and interpretation theory of small and medium-sized shopping street sculpture, it analyzes the positioning and development of Shaanxi's shopping street sculpture. The purpose is to synthesize the aesthetic characteristics of some commercial street landscape sculptures in Shaanxi Province. Then, the design principles and artistic values of small and medium commercial streetscape sculptures are summarized. In addition, problems and suggestions for optimizing commercial streetscape sculpture in Shaanxi Province and the future development strategy of commercial streetscape sculpture in China are also discussed.

CONCLUSION: Cloud computing and other computer technologies can better enhance the overall design level of commercial streetscape sculpture public art and promote the combination of fine arts and construction industry and the development of tourism.


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Liu N, Zhong X. Cloud-based Overall Design of Sculptural Public Art in Commercial Neighborhoods . EAI Endorsed Scal Inf Syst [Internet]. 2023 Sep. 20 [cited 2024 Jun. 16];10(6). Available from: