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    Title: 日治時期台灣建築教育發展之研究
    Other Titles: Study on Architectural Education Development in Taiwan during the Japanese Colonial Period
    Authors: 袁明道
    Keywords: 建築教育;講習所;工業學校;專門工業;高等工業;實業;專修學校;建築科;architecture;architectural education;professional industry;high-advanced industry;industrial schools;professional school;industry
    Date: 2005-07
    Issue Date: 2017-06-17 02:10:18 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 建築教育是當前建築學習主流方式,但是早在日治時期台灣便已開始這樣的教育傳承。但是在今日建築界熱烈追尋日治時期各種空間軌跡的同時,建築教育在建築學界似乎被冷落許多。戰後的台灣由於承繼了歐美學院派建築教育風格,在早期學校政策隨政令風向搖擺的年代,戰前由日本人所建立的建築教育更是難以延續,加上國府來台後各項教育改革,使得日式建築教育僅存在於各校歷史,甚至不見公眾討論。
    Architectural education is the mainly style in the architectural
    learning currently, however, Taiwan had begun to use this way to
    convey education during Japanese Colonial Period. Although the architecture
    today find the various space tract of Japanese Colonial Period crazily, at the
    same time, the architectural education is not emphasized a lot by the
    architecture. Because Taiwan succeeded the architectural education styles of
    European colleges after World WarⅡ, and the early school policies was not
    steadily; moreover, the government of the Republic of the China came to Taiwan
    and practiced various kinds of education revolutions, the architectural education
    established by Japanese was hard to continue; the Japanese architectural styles
    only existed in every school history, or was also to hear about the public

    This content is through the existent historical collection and integration, adding the process during my interview with an expert who had has the architectural education qualification greatly, therefore I can understand the content and pattern of architectural education at those times. Now the architectural education is completely different from the main purpose, which is for designing the current Taiwanese high-advanced architectural education; the architectural education in Taiwan during Japanese Colonial Period was established for fitting for industrial demands, and it has been lasted for over 30 years to develop for the miniature form of design and education. It is strictly to say that the purpose of the Taiwanese architectural education is based on industrial education before setting up the department of architecture of the high-advanced industrial school of Tainan.

    I utilize this article to be a topic, which is about the patterns of architectural education development in Taiwan during Japanese Period before the war, and I also construct the whole content by searching the histories of architectural development of every school in Taiwan and different school institutions within the architectural education. Besides I attempt to trace back to the original form of the architectural education according to the educational content, the exploration of relative books and equipment. Based on the history almost
    disappeared during the past times, I also try to show out the original form by the groups and activities between the teachers and students in this study; at the same time, I interpret the architectural education of in this current trend in detail and discuss the practice of the architectural education and effects not only before the war but also after in Taiwan.
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