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  本系與 ETH 瑞士聯邦理工學院合開境外移地教學國際課程  

  榮登 SCI 跨學科應用類國際第一級 Q1 期刊  

 

刊登期刊:Complexity

期刊等級:JCR 評定,SCI 跨學科應用類國際第一級Q1期刊

期刊分類:mathematics, interdisciplinary applications

開課教師:吳細顏(國立聯合大學)

境外教師:Peter Bus(瑞士聯邦理工學院、英國肯特大學), Ayca Tartar(瑞士聯邦理工學院) 

開課課名:數位城市與製造(境外移地教學・英國倫敦、義大利威尼斯)

修課學員:張廖軒曲、詹雅涵、陳俊伍、胡俊睿、楊于萱、于婷、黎懿嫻、林坤蓉、翁葉儒、秦薇馨、黃亘懋、曾美瑄、林育嘉、陳宥豪、林恩慈、李婉綺

 

國立聯合大學(National United University)、ETH 瑞士聯邦理工學院(ETH Zürich)兩校跨國在英國倫敦西敏大學(University of Westminster)共同完成的境外移地教學(數位城市與製造)課程設計,已經正式被收錄刊登在 SCI 國際期刊上了!

感謝參與境外移地教學課程的16位聯合大學學生和三校的跨國教師群 Peter Bus(University of Kent), Shi-Yen Wu(National United University), Ayca Tartar(ETH Zürich) 從行前課程規劃一直到完成之後的課程檢討、分析與期刊撰寫、發表。

待疫情過去之後,D&A Lab 將繼續與國際夥伴共同執行全新年度的境外移地教學課程,並且以更新的教學內容與合作院校共同於海外進行課程教學,敬請各位同學耐心等待。

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課程縮時紀錄影片:
https://www.facebook.com/2DALab/videos/2155859284487012/

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國際期刊全文下載:
https://www.hindawi.com/journals/complexity/2020/4505064/

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論文摘要:

On-Site Participation for Proto-Architectural Assemblies Encompassing Technology and Human Improvisation: “Fish Trap” and “Orchid” Architectural Interventions

Abstract

This research investigates the notion of builders’ on-site engagement to physically build architectural interventions based on their demands, spatial requirements, and collaborative improvisation enhanced with the principles of uniqueness and bespoke solutions which are previously explored in computational models. The paper compares and discusses two physical installations as proto-architectural assemblies testing two different designs and building approaches: the top-down predefined designers’ scenario contrary to bottom-up unpredictable improvisation. It encompasses a building strategy based on the discrete precut components assembled by builders themselves in situ. The paper evaluates both strategies in a qualitative observation and comparison defining advantages and limitations of the top-down design strategy in comparison with the decentralised bottom-up building system built by the builders themselves. As such, it outlines the position of a designer within the bottom-up building processes on-site. The paper argues that improvisation and builders’ direct engagement on-site lead to solutions that better reflect human needs and low-tech building principles incorporated can deliver unpredictable but convenient spatial scenarios.