103年第1學期-2794 建築設計習作(七) 課程資訊

課程分享

選課分析

本課程名額為 70人,已有25人選讀,尚餘名額45人。

評分方式

評分項目 配分比例 說明
平時課堂表現 50
設計作品評圖與評量 40
作品集整理 10

授課教師

關華山

教育目標

研究規劃設計學習重點 1. 跨文化規劃設計方法(Cross-cultural planning and design methods) 與 區域主義(Regionalism)VS. 國際式樣。 2. 工作假期(working holiday)、 生態文化深度旅遊、負責任旅遊 VS. 大眾 消費型觀光 3. 參與式設計(participatory design)VS. 設計大師(design master) 4. perma-culture, passive design VS. high-tech green architecture. 5. Sustainable development VS. Capitalism development, 6. Sustainable planning & design VS. un-sustainable planning & design. 7. work, exercise, retreat and worship VS. work & recreation, leisure, 8. therapeutic and healthy environments VS. un-healthy environments.

課程概述

請直接與本系授課教師聯絡, 電話:04-2359-0263

課程資訊

參考書目

BOOK/TITLE/AUTHOR/PUBLISHING HOUSE
1. The Tradition Architecture in Kathamndu Valley/Wolfgang Korn/Ratna Pustak Bhandar
2. Heritage Homeowner's Preservation Manual: Kathmandu Valey World Heritage Site, Nepal/Dr. Rohit K. Ranjitkar/UNESCO Bangkok & UNESCO Kathmandu
3. 4 Villages: Architecture in Nepal, Studies of Village Life/Katherine Blair/the University of Chicago Press
4. The Unknown Christ of Hinduism/Panikkar, R./Raimon Panikkar & Ama Soler-Pont
5. Some Aspects of Cultural Policy in Nepal/Shaphalya Amatya/Unesco
6. Architectural Details and Measured Drawings of Houses of the Twenties/William A. Radford/Dover Publications, Inc.
7. 漢寶德亞洲建築散步/漢寶德/九歌出版社有限公司

THESIS
建築、文化的糾葛與出路

WEBSITE/TITLE/WEBSITE
1. Bamboo/http://abari.org
2. Search Results with Nepal : 16 Results/http://www.bibliocad.com/search/s_qtext=nepal&s_qmode=sand
3. Faces of Nepal/http://vimeo.com/84254870
4. Classic Kathmandu Pictures 1870 – 1935AD/http://bpntrp.wordpress.com/2012/07/20/classickathmandu-pictures-1870-1935-ad/
5. Historic Images of Century – Kathmandu Valley/http://www.explorehimalaya.com/blog/historic-images-kathmandu-valley/

LECTURE/TITLE/SPEAKER/THEME
1. Role of the Mountains in the Framework of Expo 2015/AMRIT RATNA SHAKYA/Implementing Expert Group (IEG) Nepal
2. ‘Earthquake Resistant Traditional Construction’ is Not an Oxymoron*: The Resilience of Timber and Masonry Structures in the Himalayan Region and Beyond, and its Relevance to Heritage Preservation in Bhutan/Randolph Langenbach /“Living in Harmony with the Four Elements”, International Conference on Disaster Management and Cultural Heritage, The Royal Government of Bhutan

TEACHING/MATERIAL/TITLE/AUTHOR
1. NepalAArchitecture and Culture Research Notes/Rossella
2. Resting Pavillion
3. 1.0 Client_s Original Landuse Plan
4. 2.0 Site information
5. 2.1 Site photo
6. 3.0 Architecture study for project moses
7. 3.1 Site & Cosmology :摩西的會幕圖_考工記的周王城圖與Vaastu Mandala三者的比較
8.4.0 Ke