100年第2學期-5403 綠色設計策略 課程資訊
|.Usual performance during the course||30||Students need to be committed to the course through the|
|.Mid-Term Task||30||Report or a brief project|
|.Final- Term Task||40||Report or a brief project|
We will begin by placing our research in a theoretical context: establishing a way of thinking based on an understanding of buildings as intimately connected to their environments --not cut-off and separate. We will investigate both the environment -the meteorological context in which we work (the weather) and models from nature which successfully deal with this context. We will look at skins and ENVELOPES in natural systems and dissect them to find out how they work and how they might inform our designs. Again basic and low-tech principles will be introduced and the principles of how different systems work.
his course intends to develop green design strategies which affect architectural integrity from very beginning . With the comprehension of green house effect and climate change, this course aims to reveal the range of weather elements that contribute to our natural environment.
-The Green Studio Handbook
-Eco Design- A manual for ecological design by Ken Yeang
-The Technology of Ecological Building by Klaus Daniels
-Sun, Wind and Light- Architectural Design Strategies by G. Z Brown and Mark Dekay
-In Detail: Building Skins by Christian Schittlich (ed.)
-Politics of the Envelope by Alejandro Zaera-Polo
-The Architecture of the Well-Tempered Environment by Reyner Banham
-Walking through Walls by Sean Lally
-Thermally Active Building Skins by Kiel Moe
-The Self-Made Tapestry: Pattern Formation in Nature by Philip Ball