103年第1學期-2796 都市計劃學 課程資訊
|Attendance||10||Marks will be added up in each class for efforts to attend class on-time and in proper manner.|
|Group Presentation Team Work: Multimedia and PPT Presentation (20%) and A3 Report (20%)||40||Marks will be allocated under 4 Criterions. (Description to be provided in Wk1)|
|Individual Poster Submission||40||Marks will be allocated under 3 Criterions. (Description to be provided in Wk1)|
|Performance & Self-Improvements||10||To be explained in Wk1.|
This module aims to provide comprehensive readings in modes of classical and contemporary urban planning that involve planning history, process and outcomes. Students will be introduced to a list of selected international exemplars that dominating local planning technocratic decisions in urban design and planning schemes.
This module has the following objectives:
1. It seeks to provide students with foundations of planning by introducing variegated historical roots of city planning pioneers, principles and annotated theories;
2. It seeks to provide students with an understanding of the dynamic relations involving city cultures, forms and functions that planning mechanism operates;
3. It is aimed at enhancing the student’s ability to critically learn from exemplars in urban design and planning procedures and products that leads to built environmental sustainability; and
4. It is aimed at enhancing student’s ability to form integrated urban design and planning strategies for managing planning information and resources in order to facilitate a socially responsible built environmental development.
Office HourWednesday afternoon or by appointment @ARC 213.
Full reading lists to be given out in Wk1 during instruction.
Urban Planning Classics:
Stein, Jay (ed.) (1995) Classic Readings in Urban Planning – An Introduction. NY: McGraw-Hill Inc.
Kreiger, Alex (2006) “Where and How Does Urban Design Happen?,” in Harvard Design Magazine, Spring/Summer, Pp.64 – 71.
Lang, Jon (2005) Urban Design: A typology of Procedures and Products. Illustrated with over 50 Case Studies. MA: Architectural Press
Cuthbert, Alexander (2011) Understanding Cities: Method in Urban Design. NY: Routledge.
The Industrial Revolution:
Engels, Friederick (1950) “The Great Towns”, in The Condition of the Working-Class in England in 1844, with a Preface written in 1892, Florence Kelley Wischnewetzky (trans.), London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd. c1892
Robert Owen and Building the New Moral World:
Harrison, J. F. C. (1969) Robert Owen and the Owenites in Britain and America: The Quest for the New Moral World, London: Routledge and Kegan Paul
Charles Fourier and Phalanstery:
Fourier, Charles (1999) “Selections Describing the Phalanstery,” in The Utopia Reader, Gregory Claeys, Lyman Tower Sargent (ed.), New York, London: New York University Press
Ebenezer Howard and the Garden City:
Howard, Ebenezer (2003) To-Morrow: A Peaceful Path to Real Reform, original edition with commentary by Peter Hall, Dennis Hardy, Colin Ward, New York: Routledge
Arturo Soria y Mata and the Linear City:
Collins, George R. (1959) “The Ciudad Lineal of Madrid”, in Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, Vol.18, no.2, May 1959, Pp.38-53.
________________(1959) “Linear Planning Throughout the World”, in Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, Vol.18, no.3, Oct. 1959, pp.74-93.
Tony Garnier and the Industrial City:
Dora Wiebenson (1960) “Utopian Aspects of Tony Garnier’s Cité Industrielle”, in Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, Vol. 19, no. 1, March, 1960, pp.16-24.
The City Beautiful Mov