108年第1學期-7049 建築創作 課程資訊

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選課分析

本課程名額為 70人,已有5人選讀,尚餘名額65人。

評分方式

評分項目 配分比例 說明
Context and Relevance 15 How well do you define your specific challenge/problem?
Biomimicry Process 20 How well do you demonstrate (rapid prototyping) and document an understanding of function and biological strategies?
Urban Design Process 15 How well do you demonstrate (translate) and document an understanding of biological strategies into urban design strategies?
Creativity 10 How novel is the innovation and/or biological inspiration?
Feasibility 10 Does your design concept represent a promising technology and/or solution? (i.e. show evidence of market understanding and all matters relevant for deciding design knowledge research)
Cultural, Social and Environmental Benefits 10 Will adoption of your design lead to significant social, cultural, environmental, technological and economical wins for the future?
Communication and Presentation 10 Do your submission materials (e.g. design concept, rapid prototypes, video, new system thinking and illustrations, etc.) provide a clear overall description of the biomimicry process?
Team 10 Is the team motivated to continue working on this solution? (e.g. are you seeking outside assistance to fill knowledge gaps in expertise?; and have you sought out experts and mentors as needed?) Is the team able to complete given tasks and “leave no one behind” (encourage cohesiveness and team work spirit, mutual help and spurring team motivation).

授課教師

邱國維

教育目標

The studio emphasis on combined individual and team efforts for introducing advanced design methods in multi-disciplinary and inter-disciplinary scenarios that enable students to carry out artefactual, architecture, urban, regions, cross borders, global and extraterrestrial problem solving. Main objective is to stay connected to all living inhabitants’ needs and providing design innovation relevant to the dynamics of changing globe for design profession. Students are expected to propose game-changing and feasible schemes as references for future design that create transient conditions conducive to life (on Earth and future design that supports for interplanetary conditions). Specific learning objectives for the Regenerative Earth and Anthropocene Design Lab (READ LAB) include the followings: Create a nature-inspired innovation (a product/artefact/installation, an architecture or groups of architecture, urban and spatial service, or design system in any scale) that combats climate change to safeguarding Future Earth and Preparing for Interplanetary Design.

課程概述

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課程資訊

參考書目

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