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|Other Titles: ||Developing new typologies of existing architecture in parametric design|
|Authors: ||游竣迪;Yu, Chun-Ti|
陳珍誠;Chen, Chen-Cheng;陸金雄;Lu, Chin-Hsiung
|Keywords: ||鐵道文化;舊建築新型態;未來主義;參數化模型;構築;Railway Culture;New Typology of Old Building;Futurism;Parametric Model;Construction|
|Issue Date: ||2015-05-04 09:57:13 (UTC+8)|
The motivation for this study comes from the author’s personal interest in railways, which has prompted him to examine the development of trains and railway construction. As a result of railways being relocated underground and the opening of the MRT system in Taipei, people in Taipei have gradually forgotten the railway that shuttles through downtown Taipei. The image of a traditional railway has been replaced by the MRT system. The Taipei railway has a hundred years of history and has seen the development of many industries, thus its importance should not be forgotten. The author hopes to reconstruct the development process of the rail industry and the culture of the railway through exploring the industrial spaces along the railway line.
This study focuses on discussing the new form of old buildings and is divided into three stages. The first stage studies design approaches for creating new forms for old buildings domestically and internationally. Seven different forms are identified, and they serve as references for the ensuing design. The first reference model in this study is constructed from the point of view of emphasizing machine aesthetics in the rail industry, the machine aesthetics of futurism, the theory of time, and the techniques of drawing.
The second stage uses a non-parametric model to establish the spatial concepts of machines and time. Design machines are first developed from four different temporal patterns, and the possibility of variation and the expression of time are discussed. A second generation of design machines is then developed. Parametric models are used to reproduce the spatial prototypes produced from different design machines.
The third stage involves performing design in the Taipei railway workshop district. Four areas in the 17-acre workshop district are chosen as design bases. The four areas are an assembly plant, an open-air crane, an automobile plant, and an employee bathhouse. It is attempted to categorize the existing elements in the allocated areas into three forms, namely time, speed, and machine, which serve as the starting point of parametric design. The four areas are developed into four different design series: speed series, track series, non-material series, and nature series. Each design series is sub-divided into three themed spatial designs. A total of 12 designs sit in the four areas inside Taipei railway workshop. Spatial elements in the old building are interpreted using the real-time computational and data processing capacities of digital design and parametric modeling. An innovative design method is developed to address the new form of configuration where the new and the old co-exist. It is hoped that new forms of building can be derived according to different design conditions.
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