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    Title: CONTINUITY-連續性 / 空間接縫
    Other Titles: Continuity:meeting and seaming of space
    Authors: 林頎軒;Lin, Chi-hsung
    Contributors: 淡江大學建築學系碩士班
    吳光庭;Wu, Kwang-tyng
    Keywords: 連續性;延續;物件;刺點;地方感;都市化;分景劇本;Continuity;Continuation;Object;Punctum;Sense of Place;Urbanization
    Date: 2007
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 05:29:34 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 都市化形成了更廣泛的生活圈,在技術進步及人口流動的影響下,速度比人們想像的迅速。以臺灣的狀況為例,西半部因地理環境的優勢,形成了產業聚集的主要區域,也因此發展了具特殊導向的城市。近年因為交通等因素,臺灣的東半部,尤其以一山之隔的宜蘭為首,在地景和都市的質感得以用「均質」的方式呈現,但也因劇烈的影響力,開始「被置入」了非原生的元素,以超越原本的速度,逐漸地改變中。宜蘭的涵構不斷地在變動,邊界的界定也逐漸脫離地理環境的束縛,以身為都市化的觀察者所衍生的角色,在不同的空間經驗與城市變動的體驗中,反省並且重新定義現存的城市,以連續性(Continuity)的思維,反覆思量臺北、宜蘭兩處城市,從主體的空間經驗為開始,經由漫遊的方式逐漸累積對城市的觀念,以分鏡的角度剖析現存物件的意義,詮釋基地於現今城市中代表的涵構。
    Urbanization leads to a bigger living circle. As technology advances and populations move, it expands faster than we can imagine. Take Taiwan as an example. With its geographical advantages, the west has become the main area where industry gathers, giving birth to a number of metropolitan cities. In recent years, because of, among other factors, transportation in the east (in particular Yilan) has become separated by a mountain with Taipei, which presents itself “homogeneously” as it were, in terms of landscape and urban consistency. Under some dramatic influences, however, it is beginning to become “embedded” with non-native elements and to gradually change at faster than ever speeds. While the context of Yilan constantly changes, the definition of its boundary gradually breaks away from the constraints of geography. Through observation of urbanization, this study re-examines and redefines existing cities with the writer’s own experiences in different spaces and city changes. By means of a continuity concept, it repeatedly compares Yilan with Taipei. Starting with a subjective experience in spaces and gradually building up to ideas about city through wanderings, this study attempts to explore the meaning of existing objects from the viewpoint of a storyboard and interpret the context representative of a city.
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