107年第1學期-7048 建築創作 課程資訊
|Team Work||50||Group performance and resourcefulness in providing analysis and ability to identify problems.|
|Individual Designs||50||Ability to demonstrate design considerations in system improvement and creation. Degree of innovation achieved. Level of active participation. Attitudes towards learning.|
This module aims to investigate what it means for new generation of architect/designer in response to the new epoch of human-caused global change, a change in which a species began to take into account the long-term impact of responsible actions.
Designers role in this changing time, if is to prevent a spiral toward one more mass extinction in fossil record, is never more critical than ever to redesign city and the ways its architecture help shaped.
This advanced Regenerative Earth and Anthropocene Design studio (R.E.A.D.) aims to learn urban designing in an all encompassing life and earth beneficial way that integrate relevant urban structure studies and concepts involving a combination of theory driven and technology based spatial analytical tools. The core focus is on systematically and elementally redefine urban design methods founded in the new era of Anthropocene.
Office HourArc 104. Additional consultations by appointment only.
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