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    Title: 自然採集: 休閒旅館設計的認知價值模型-
    Other Titles: Nature gathering: a cognitive model for leisure hotel design
    Authors: 蘇戊衍;Su, Wu-yen
    Contributors: 淡江大學建築學系碩士班
    鄭晃二;Jeng, Hoang-ell
    Keywords: 自然採集,休閒意象,環境永續,設計風格,休閒旅館,認知價值;Nature Gathering, Cognitive Model, Leisure Image, Design Style, Environmental Sustainability
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 05:31:53 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究的目的是探討休閒旅館設計主要的操作手法及關鍵要素,作為設計休閒旅館的參考。休閒旅館的認知在台灣的討論並不多,但最近因休閒風氣的興盛,報章雜誌報導漸漸增多,卻都是休閒旅館的完成品及消費者的使用心得或感受,對設計者當初對休閒旅館的原始想法並沒有太多研究。加上國內知名的休閒旅館設計都是委託國外設計師或建築師,反應出國內建築師對休閒旅館設計論述的不足,因此本研究試圖想去探討出休閒旅館設計的主要概念及操作方式。
    The present study aims to explore major operational methods and key elements in designing leisure hotel, to serve as valuable references for related architects and designers. Not much discussion on the perception of leisure hotel has been seen in Taiwan’s leisure and construction industries. The blooming popularity of leisure activities has caused increasing coverage on the subject in the newspapers, magazines and TV. Nevertheless, a vast majority of them are concentrated on the finished architecture and the consumers’ personal experience or affections than on the original ideas of designers. In addition, most of the island’s renowned leisure hotels were commissioned to foreign designers or architects. This reflects the inadequacy of discourses on leisure hotels by home architects. In light of this, the study intends to investigate the key concepts and operational methods of leisure hotels.
    Principle methods include literature review, case study, in-depth interview, and empirical design method. Literature review focuses on the discussion of related definitions and current conditions of leisure hotels. Case study is directed at key architects and prominent domestic and overseas leisure hotels. In-depth interviews target at one-on-one in-depth interviews with consumers and related practitioners such as designers, architects, and developers. And empirical design aims to verify the applicability of the research findings by practical operation on case design.
    Four major indicators to leisure hotel are deducted from the study: leisure image, natural gathering, designing style, and environmental sustainability. Targeting these four indicators, important ideas and major viewpoints extracted from the quantitative focus interviews are then induced to compile the “perceived value model of leisure hotel design.” Lastly, partial values of the perceived value model are adopted to operate on a case leisure hotel to finally verify the applicability of the perceived value model.
    We acknowledge from the study that the natural, perceptional, and operational aspects of the perceived value model may be applied on the consideration of dimension and spirit designing, to perfect the contents and value of the architecture. The research method employed in this study can be equally applied to other case studies. For example, to explore how to gain the trustworthiness from the patients in designing a hospital, or how to let consumers taste the delicacies of the cuisines and experience the spiritual level in designing a restaurant. Such similar research methods can be used to describe the spiritual design contents through problem constructing and project assessment.
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