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    Title: 陶瓷鶯歌 : 地方生活空間的材料構思
    Other Titles: Ceramic Ying-Ge : rethinking of local materials in living space
    Authors: 黃馨儀;Huang, Hsin-Yi
    Contributors: 淡江大學建築學系碩士班
    陳珍誠;Chen, Cheng-Chen
    Keywords: 陶瓷;地方;材料;感知;氛圍;單元;構築;Ceramics;local;material;Sensibility;Aura;Units;Fabrication
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-04 09:57:04 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究的起始動機來自於研究者成長於鶯歌的記憶,以及對於鶯歌快速發展的質疑。基於這樣的起始點,輔以在成長過程中累積的身體經驗,進而延伸出本論文。透過深入的基地觀察發掘出刻劃在生活中的痕跡,包含了人與人、人與物、還有人與土地的互動。



    The motivation for this study comes from the author’s memory of growing up in Ying-Ge and her concern about its rapid development. From this starting point, the paper extends to incorporate personal experiences. Through in-depth local observations, the details of life are discovered, including interactions between people and people, people and objects, and people and the land.

    This study attempts to integrate ceramic art with local spirit. It consists of two parts: unit analysis and material fabrication. Unit analysis investigates the logic and feasibility of unit molds. The 2D plane is extended to 2.5 dimensions and further into 3D space. Combinations with variations are found from duplicated units to create interesting textures and space. In the second part, ceramic models and molds are made through digital fabrication and the resulting ceramic artwork is exhibited at the I-Lan Green Expo, 2014. Mistakes during the fabrication process are examined and corrected.

    At the design and development stage, disappeared images are searched for in Ying-Ge and are further extended, creating a design consisting of six series. In an effort to reproduce local atmosphere based on the current conditions, each series of design exhibits different features. The characteristics of these designs are classified into three aspects: visually, interactivity, and temporality. Each design shows the characteristics of the group it belongs.

    Through studying the fabrication of ceramic materials and the transformation of local image of Ying-Ge, the fabrication process in the ceramics industry can be understood. The addition of digital design and fabrication techniques may offer new developments in the industry. The initial attempt made in this study provides future researchers with a reference for integrating ceramic art into architectural design.
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