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Author Chui-yuan Chen
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Department Industrial Design
Year 2009 Semester 2
Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Page Count 79
Title A Study of Street Facility Design:
Using Dajia Township as An Example
Keyword
  • Dajia
  • Showa-style street house
  • street facility
  • Dajia Dong pottery
  • Dajia straw mat
  • Dajia straw mat
  • Dajia Dong pottery
  • street facility
  • Showa-style street house
  • Dajia
  • Abstract Street facilities in cities and townships usually reveal their cultural meaning and existence which are significantly associated with the buildings and environment; however, most scholars simply divide the designs of street facilities into practical and decorative categories. In-depth studies on the design of street facilities will demonstrate that besides practical functions, there is also the precious local cultural implication worthy of further explorations.
    Using Dajia Township as an example, it has a profound religious color and is rich in history and humanities. In the annual worship for Matzu, besides the original function of religion, there is also a deep cultural identification. In addition, Dajia Township has other precious historic and humanity assets, such as the traditional craft (Dajia Dong pottery and Dajia straw mat), old street landscape of “Showa-style street houses” on Shuntian Road, local specialties (crisp biscuit and taros), etc.
    Regarding the planning of overall street facilities in Dajia Township, this study realizes that the shop signs are disordered and there is a lack of street facilities. Therefore, by literature review and investigation of current situations, this study reorganizes the characteristics of the environments and buildings, the historic and humanity content, and the folk custom. Additionally, it also extracts the stamped pottery making of Dajia Dong pottery in the traditional Fu-Zhou style, the texture characteristics of interweaved patting lines of rush, and the building elements of “Showa-style street houses”. These culture elements were transformed into designing features to design trash cans, seats and street lights. Through expert interviews, the design case was modified to provide usable facilities in the overall landscape planning for these historic blocks.
    Keywords: Dajia, street facility, Dajia Dong pottery, Dajia straw mat,
         Showa-style street house
    Advisor Committee
  • Fu-yuan Li - advisor
  • Chih-yuan Lo - co-chair
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    Date of Defense 2010-07-30 Date of Submission 2010-09-06


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