|Title:||城市物件的索引 | 現代城市與空間的構成邏輯 ─ 以五個城市區域模型為例|
Index of Urban Objects | Design Research on Urban Structure ─ Five Projects.
|Keywords:||現代城市;物件;索引;都市涵構;都市構成;邏輯;語素文字;後工業地景;集體記憶;邊界;事件;現代考古學;基礎建設;市民公共空間;台北機廠;Modern City;Objects;Index;Urban Context;Urban Structure;Logistic;Logogram;Post-industrial Landscape;Collective Memory;Boundry;Event;Archaeological;Infrastructure;Civic Space;Taipei Railway Workshop|
Urban can be seen as the constitution of various objects which deeply influenced by its location, situation, thus establish its symbolic meaning. The (so-called) objects are self-evident and at a certain level help to shape the development of a specific region. On the other hand, transition of a period and culture might influence the physical state of these objects as well. However, urban objects, human and environment are not always relevant which might be due to the asymmetry of scale, or the symbolic meaning of a history remained from the transition of time. Also, chances are the monotony resides whilst functional units respond to the events. If the establishment of urban objects cannot be resonant with human, the activities over a region will wither. Moreover, the top-down urban planning or the thoughts of architecture often result to monotonous objects and places, therefore these objects literally become landmarks of symbol or uniqueness. This procedure of symbolization will merely be a segment of recording history and events, whereas prevents the possibility of connection. This thesis attempts to explore the value of architecture during a time, meaning that architecture shall not be merely about functionality, symbolization, or any abrupt evidence of the past, but be able to contain the sensation and the footprint of daily life. Furthermore, the ability of adapting to current life, and the possibility of bottom-up strategy to reinterpret human and city are the factors which enable the relation between our life and objects. Thus, these objects can be truly rooted in ones minds. The constitution of urban objects mainly considered “human” as individuals, and take the interaction between human and urban objects into account. The design process of this project attempts to introduce human behavior and the pattern of a city to certain places, as well as replace the existed monotonous objects of functionality with human, environment, society and pattern. By the requirements and traces of these four mentioned factors, the eventual concordance can be achieved.
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