|摘要: || 人類生活的需求與模式會反映於科技研發與建築形式，而新科技的出現有時會衍生新的思維和創作，並進而改變建築發展中的思考過程、設計判斷方法，彼此交互纏繞、互相影響。本研究從當代科技出發，檢視科技對於人類日常生活以及建築形式產生的影響，推導出未來建築的發展樣貌。|
The needs in life of human can be reflect on technology development and building forms. The new technologies are created by new ideas and creative thinking, thus would change theories and decision-making process in architecture, or vice versa. This study is to conduct from contemporary technology to daily life and architectural forms and speculate about the future possible appearances of architecture.
The thesis is divided into four parts. First is about the technological constraints of the form, it’s observed from our experience of life, to understanding the relationships between architecture and technology, but not including construction techniques. Second chapter discusses connection, definition, and characteristics between architecture and technologies and how technologies reflect in its form. The third part is about the Venice Architecture Biennale from 1980 to 2010: from computer, networking, digital cameras, interactive installations to mobile devices, such impact of technology on architectural form is to understand the trend of its development. Lastly, the fourth chapter is to anticipate daily life and architecture may possibly change after 2011; it is based on today’s technologies, such as the natural user interface, ubiquitous computing, and materials, interpret the possibility of future architectural development in the real world and virtual cyberspace.
According to the Venice Architecture Biennale, contemporary technology increased people''s need of information receiving, and in order to enhance the information content of the presentation to a real-time, interactive, mobile level. These features can be proven by natural user interface, ubiquitous computing, materials, and performance in the architecture, therefore, the architecture can co-exist in the real and virtual space, into a state of non-permanence and depicting an outline of future architecture in the information era.