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|Other Titles: ||Surfaces of Tamsui|
|Authors: ||陳敏傑;Chen, Ming-chieh|
|Keywords: ||包裝;立面;皮層;氛圍;感知;材料構築;Package;Facade;Skin;Aura;Sense of Place;Material and Tectonic.|
|Issue Date: ||2010-01-11 05:30:41 (UTC+8)|
The original motive of this research begins by venturing into Tamsui’s footpaths. Many of these footpaths still retain some of the more traditional heritages, which offer a delicate touch to the landscape. Following completion of the Tamsui MRT (Mass Rapid Transit System) line, it has provided a much easier accessibility to Tamsui for everyone. Travel magazines have run many articles in depicting the city’s “old street”. Areas within the vicinity have transformed into a hub for business and leisure activities. In the wake of the Tamsui New Town development, one can easily see the various real estate projects popping up along the roads from Taipei to Tamsui. From the famous island of Santorini to Italy’s Tuscany, developers are trying to make up Tamsui into a city filled with an exotic atmosphere. However, from the standpoint for the “sense of place”, the “look and feel” is evolving into more like a reading process. In contrast to the way it is perceived through our own eyes, the other ways of representation differ a great deal.
This research begins by observing the significant differences between the media’s illustration of Tamsui and the way it actually is. The variations are closely looked into, where the city’s inner aspects are delineated from the design work. The overall layout of the design work section is divided into several categories: 1. Initial design of the operating objects (material collected onsite / associated relationship). 2. Response to the site status (direct / indirect). 3. Intensity of indication these footpaths (visible / low profile). 4. Places linked by the design works. These design themes originate mostly from onsite observations, where the procedure is summarized as follows. Firstly, research of the site and the material operation by object study. Secondly, study of the units for the wall, which subsequently develops into the spatial scale of a building. Finally, operations are conducted via both computer hardware and software, testing a new dimension of the surface tectonic.
The design works mainly explore the sense of the spatial experience, which along with the inherent qualities of an area, and trying to represent the aura of the environment. Through the design works on the site, different methods are used in connecting the roads and footpaths of Tamsui, where the map of urban image can be further developed, especially in segments with less vitality. The identification of these paths (shortcuts) can further help distinguish the difference between Tamsui and other “packaged” locations. Against this backdrop, it is hoped that this study will allow us to know how to better embrace our environment.
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