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    Title: 後工業地景之數位再構築
    Other Titles: Incorporating digital tectonics into post-industrial landscape
    Authors: 王聖旻;Wang, Sheng-Ming
    Contributors: 淡江大學建築學系碩士班
    Keywords: 後工業地景;廢墟;紋理;仿生;參數化設計;演算法;Post-Industry Landscape;Ruin;pattern;Bio-mimic;Parametric Design;Algorithm
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2011-12-28 18:48:55 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究針對後工業的文化變遷過程中所產生的廢墟空間進行討論,發現廢棄空間中人造與自然相互滲透的現象,並且嘗試將這些人造與自然交織的系統,透過轉譯、模擬與轉化的設計操作方式讓廢墟再生。在數位時代的今日,將掩蓋於廢墟中的自然紋理,透過電腦工具進行再現、轉譯與模擬,創造出新的建築元件並與舊有的建築元件結合重新組構,強調人造與自然互涉的過程,進行廢墟空間的重建,重新詮釋後工業地景。



    This research focuses on the discussion of the ruin space produced in the process of post-industrial cultural changes, finds the phenomenon in ruin space where artificiality and nature have infiltrated each other and tries to revive ruins, the systems in which artificiality and nature have mingled with each other, through the operating method of design using translation, simulation and transformation. In digital era of today, it is essential and viable to reproduce, translate and simulate the natural texture concealed in ruins by computer tools, to create new building components and combine them with old ones to establish restructure, to stress the process of inter-related artificiality and nature, to rebuild the ruin space, and to re-interpret post-industrial landscape.

    The research is mainly divided into four parts. The first part is about the researchers’ personal experience and observation of the relationship between artificiality and nature in our environment. The second one is the introduction of case studies related to this research and relevant architects’ designs related to contemporary digital design tools and relevant cases investigating contemporary human beings and the real predicament of nature.

    In the third part of the paper the research uses the abandoned San-Zhi Tea Factory as operating site to sort out several approaches of natural elements intervening in the abandoned tea factory, including plucking natural textures from the base, producing new building components through capturing and describing images, analyzing rules and simulating forms, as well as carrying out translation by digital tools; using design techniques responding to existing environment, seeking artificial elements and organizational rules suitable to local landscape, re-interpreting and reorganizing, and then allowing originally regular construction methods to begin displaying new imagination of construction. In the fourth part the research carries out the combination of operations mentioned above at the site, and the re-construction of the tea factory by reorganizing building components, as well as going back to the original system, such as the discussion on wall , topography, plants and environmental atmosphere.

    These building components re-established through reorganizing simulated natural textures and artificial elements are placed in the re-constructed ruin space to interpret the space imagination of “re-naturalized” ruins through new constructing method to respond to the harmonious and symbiotic relationship between artificiality and nature in post-industrial era.
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