105年第1學期-7048 建築創作 課程資訊

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評分方式

評分項目 配分比例 說明
Context and Relevance 10 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 20 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 preliminary market understanding or research)

選課分析

本課程名額為 20人,已有8 人選讀,尚餘名額12人。

授課教師

邱國維

教育目標

Specific learning objectives for the design studio include the followings: •Identify and solve a specific problem within the nexus of energy-water-food system in built environment; •Intentionally emulate one or more mechanisms, processes, patterns, or systems found in nature; •Rapid prototyping nature's emulation; •Enhance the sustainability and resillience of the nexus system, from an environmental, social, aesthetic, aspirational and economic perspective; and •Compete in the 2017 Global Biomimicry Design Challenge. Our globally connected cities is incredibly complex with problems and opportunities for change. There is no single solution that can address all the issues. To improve our nexus design in built environment overall, we will need solutions at a variety of scales and in a variety of sectors, all working together. Consider urban resilience system challenges and leverage points for adaptability, recovery and even future survival simulations in urban designing. The nexus of systems is made up of many smaller systems and components, and is connected to other systems. Each of the subsystems and leverage points contain multiple opportunities for innovative built environmental design and redesign focused on achieving responsible and high ecological services and environmental performance. Not all components may be considered, however, graduate students are to explore biomimicry process and apply them conceptually with sound research basis and develop rapid prototying ability.

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

Benyus, J. (1997) [2002] Biomimicry: Innovation Inspired by Nature. NY: Perennial.

Baumeister, D. (2014) Biomimicry Resource Handbook: A Seed Bank of Best Practices. Missoula, MT: Biomimicry 3.8.

Finsterwalder, R. (Ed.) (2015) Form Follows Nature. Basel, Switzerland: Birkhauser Verlag GmbH.

Kolarevic, B. and Parlac, V. (eds.) (2015) Building Dynamics: Exploring Architecture of Change. NY: Routledge.

Meyers, M.A. and Chen, P-Y. (2014) Biological Materials Science – Biological Materials, Bioinspired Materials, and Biomaterials. Cambridge (UK): Cambridge University Press.

McDonough, W. and Braungart, M. (2013) The Upcycle: Beyond Sustainability--Designing for Abundance. NY: North Point Press.

____________________________ (2002) Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the Way We Make Things. NY: North Point Press.

Mostafavi, M. and Doherty, G. (eds.) (2013) Ecological Urbanism. Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Zurich: Lars Muller Publishers.

Picon, A. (2015) Smart Cities- A Spatialised Intelligence. UK: John Wiley & Sons Ltd.