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4.181 2003春季課程:建築設計研討:對辦公室發展的再思考(Architectural Design Workshop - Rethinking Office Development, Spring 2003)


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編輯:姜凱文(簡介並寄信)

DEGW office.
DEGW倫敦辦公室 (Frank Duffy拍攝)
The offices of DEGW, London. (Photo by Frank Duffy.)

課程重點

本次研討會是由Francis Duffy所舉辦的一系列六場研討會中的第四場,他在2001至2004年擔任麻省理工學院的客座教授,也是國際性的建築和顧問公司DEGW的創辦人,DEGW專精於依照使用者需求而調整工作和學習環境的設計領域。

This workshop is the fourth of a series of six being conducted by Francis Duffy, Visiting Professor 2001 to 2004 at MIT and founder of the international architectural and consulting practice, DEGW, which specializes in the design of working and learning environments that respond to changes in user demand.

最初四場公開的專題演講(2001年春季)為這三年來的系列研討會做了準備工作。第一次研討會(2001年秋季)經由一系列案例研究,檢視工作場所創新的設計,其過程和最後成果的有趣差異均被記錄下來。第二次研討會(2002年春季)集中焦點於「遺忘的產品」,主要任務是要學生定義和明確說明「工作新方法」的服務和產品,這些是未刊列於辦公室產品及不動產服務業的傳統供應商型錄。第三次研討會(2002年秋季)是新近修繕MIT航太實驗室的性能評估,相關一系列完整定義的教學目標,每位學生建立和測試一項評定建築性能的方法。此次,第四次研討會(2003年春季),最成功的部份在於其跨學科的本質,為辦公室開發探索創新服務與產品的潛力。2003-2004學年將會分別舉辦第五次和第六次研討會。

Four initial public seminars (Spring 2001) set the scene for the three year series of workshops. The First Workshop (Fall 2001) examined innovation in the design of the workplace through a series of case studies. Interesting differences both in process and end product were recorded. The Second Workshop (Spring 2002) focused on 'Missing Products' - the main task was for students to define and specify services and products for 'New Ways of Working' that are still missing from the catalogues of conventional suppliers of office products and real estate services. The Third Workshop (Fall 2002) was an evaluation of the performance of the newly renovated MIT Aero/Astro laboratory in relation to a series of very well defined pedagogical objectives. Each student created and tested a means of measuring an aspect of building performance. This, the Fourth Workshop (Spring 2003), and the most successful because of its interdisciplinary nature, was concerned with exploring the potential for innovative services and products in office development. The Fifth and Sixth workshops will take place in the 2003-2004 academic year.

請注意在專案階段中包含了學生期末計畫,在計畫中對於未來辦公室設計與發展提供了有趣與創新的觀察。
Please note that the projects section contains the final student projects, which offer interesting and innovative insights into the future of office design and development.

課程描述

這是一個跨學科研討會,而非一般的設計研討會。預期對於建築所研究生、不動產工業中心(CRE)學生和那些本身不一定是設計者卻能在設計過程之中獲益良多的相關學科的學生。參加研討會主要資格為對於下次經濟復甦週期所需要的辦公室建築新浪潮是有興趣及緊急需求於某些事物、特定類型、品質、意象和性能。

This is an interdisciplinary workshop, not a design workshop in the ordinary sense. It is certainly intended for graduate students in architecture but also for students in the Center for Real Estate (CRE), and for students in other related disciplines, who are interested in getting the most out of the design process but are not themselves necessarily designers. The main qualification for taking part in the Workshop is an interest in, and an urgent desire to do something about, specifying the type, quality, image and performance of the new wave of speculative office buildings that will be needed in the next cycle of economic recovery.

研討會所針對的問題是:
The questions the workshop will address are:

  • 美國過去三十多年來辦公室開發的脈絡有那些改變與不變?
    What has and has not changed over the last three decades in the context of office development in the US?
  • 在美國是什麼明顯原因造成辦公室市場缺乏產品發展和更新的興趣?
    What are the causes of the apparent current lack of interest in product development and renewal in the office market in the US?
  • 那些可能的改變,例如:承租人和使用者需求、商業文化、區位選擇、財務和資金操作、租賃管理、技術、營建技術等等,可證實和刺激創新?
    What likely changes, e.g. in tenant and user demand, in business culture, in locational choice, in financial and funding practice, in leasing arrangements, in technology, in constructional technique, could justify and stimulate innovation?
  • 開發商利用這些變化來產生何種商業動機?
    What commercial incentives would it take for developers to take advantage of such changes?
  • 對於辦公室發展方面,在新建築特色、產品和服務將可能會產生何種創新,特別是供應商可能會認真考慮新興使用者的需求?
    What innovations in new building features, products and services for office development would be likely to result, especially if emerging user demand were to be taken seriously by suppliers?
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Frank Duffy

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Konstantinos Tsakonas

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