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Big, Hot to Cold: An Odyssey of Architectural Adaptation

Big, Hot to Cold: An Odyssey of Architectural Adaptation

作者 : Taschen

出版社 : TASCHEN UK

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氣候是建築體必須面對,並需要重要思考的一個因素。

《Big, Hot to Cold: An Odyssey of Architectural Adaptation》,700多頁的巨著,是國際知名丹麥BIG建築團隊,從阿拉伯沙漠的炙熱到芬蘭凍原的冰冷,不同氣候中所設計規畫出來的60座壯觀建築,他們的設計隨著文化、場地、景觀、氣候等做最適當的回應,探索建築如何隨著周圍的環境和氣候成長,以藝術的思維去探索生活是如何反過來回應建築的。BIG建築團隊的使命是要不同氣候中,找到一個務實生活的烏托邦,塑造不單純是一個建築實體,而是人類希望居住的是一個什麼樣的世界。

本書出版之際,(2015年1月24日至8月30日)也正在美國國家建築博物館舉辦60多件模型的同名展覽,展現BIG在全球的設計之旅,從最熱的地方到最冷的地方,以及這些設計是如何融入其所處的文化和氣候裡。 其中還有台灣花蓮洄瀾元氣村,唯一入選參展的臺灣建築。

Extreme innovation: From the Arabian desert to the Finnish tundra, the immense possibilities of adaptive architecture
 
After the global success of YES IS MORE, one of the best-selling architecture books of its generation, BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group presents HOT TO COLD, an odyssey of architectural adaptation. The book coincides with the HOT TO COLD show at the National Building Museum in Washington DC and presents 60 case studies in harsh climate conditions in order to examine where and how we live on our planet.

As we travel from one end of the spectrum to its opposite we will see that the more harsh the climate gets, the more intense its impact on the architecture. The central challenge is to mitigate the climatic extremes for hospitable human life, while finding solutions that can be both economically and environmentally profitable.

Architecture is the art and science of accommodating the lives we want to live. Our cities and buildings aren't givens; they are the way they are because that is as far as we have gotten to date. They are the best efforts of our ancestors and fellow planetizens, and if they have shortcomings, it is up to us to continue that effort, pick up where they left off. HOT TO COLD stays true to BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group's grand mission to find a pragmatic utopia, shaping not only a particular structural entity, but the kind of world we wish to inhabit.

The book features:
Design from award-winning artists Sagmeister & Walsh
Previously unpublished essays by Bjarke Ingels.
















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