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URN etd-0829112-150804 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 1140 times. Download 0 times. Author Chih-Min Hsu Author's Email Address No Public. Department Industrial Design Year 2011 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Page Count 63 Title The study of Design Application: A Case Study on LungShan Temple Architectural Works of Taipei City Keyword Lungshan Temple cultural creative design cultural and creative industries cultural and creative industries cultural creative design Lungshan Temple Abstract In recent years, the economic focus in Asia has transitioned from high tech industries to the diversified cultural industries. Countries including Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand, Singapore and Taiwan are all treating the development of cultural and creative industries as the key economic development strategy. In response to this trend, Taiwan is actively developing cultural and creative industries and improving Taiwan’s economic competitiveness by combining local culture and industries and integrating marketing strategies.
Lungshan Temple, which is located in the capital of Taiwan, is the subject of this study. Its location was the political, economic, cultural and educational center of Taipei in the early days. The temple was crowned the title of “The Premier Temple in Taiwan” during Japanese occupation. It is rich in cultural history and artistry. As traditional Taiwanese crafts gradually decline, it is the hope of this study that the research on traditional architecture of Lungshan Temple in Taipei will ignite a new exploration on the essence of Taiwanese culture from a design perspective. With the help provided by the experts, a set of design standards is established and applied toward real life designs.
With field study and culturally integrative analysis, a new way of thinking is proposed, which combines traditional craft with modern product design. The public’s attention to traditional culture is called upon through the infusion of cultural meanings and values into the products. The analysis on cultural creative design and the transformation process will hopefully serve as a reference of cultural creative design for future studies.
Advisor Committee Fu-Yuan Li - advisor
Chih-Yuan Lo - co-chair
Tzuen-Ching Chen - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2012-06-15 Date of Submission 2012-08-29