110年第1學期-7056 進階設計專題(一):人類世與未來城市設計 課程資訊

9/27起之上課方式

【師生共同同意全線上上課】如班級人數過多,或是不適宜採分流教學,得經師生共同同意採全線上上課,惟須確保線上教學品質及相關教學與學習紀錄留存。如疫情警戒下降,則應回復實體上課
If the class size is too large, or impossible to alternate attendance, the class may be held online with the consent of the teacher and students, provided that the quality of online instruction and related teaching and learning records are maintained. If the epidemic alert is lowered, classes should resume physical classroom.

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評分方式

評分項目 配分比例 說明
Team Work 60 Group performance and resourcefulness in providing analysis and ability to identify problems. Ability to perform as a design team professionally.
Individual Work 40 Ability to demonstrate design considerations in system improvement and creation. Degree of innovation achieved. Level of active participation. Degree of positive attitudes towards learning. Ability to design an urban structure. Degree of comprehensiveness in urban structure design.

選課分析

本課程名額為 30人,已有11 人選讀,尚餘名額19人。

授課教師

教育目標

This elective seeks to analyze and critically apply determination of Anthropocene responding to alternative ways of architecture/city design based on new knowledge in describing the momentous shifts in Earth’s operating systems. This elective emphasized the humanity’s potent role as a planet-scale force that cast environmental influence by our significant activities that altering climate, land-scapes, air-scapes and sea-scapes. All flows of species, life form, elements of material, energy, etc. are in cyclical symbiosis that requires fundamental rethinking of all current stages and methods of urban designing process. The module will investigate definition and theory for Anthropocene design, and to find out how cities respond to, continue from, deviate from conducive conditions for living organisms to thrive and prosper. The core of the contents will be given to rethink and help shape what designers’ role can be under the arguments of the Epoch of Anthropocence, earth's tipping points, SDGs operating as scientific agreement, political statement and design visions.

課程資訊

參考書目

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