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    標題: 五感理論在景觀植栽設計原則的應用─以瑪家鄉瑪家村為例
    A Study on the Application of Five Senses on Landscape Design ─ As Majia Village an example
    作者: 張智傑
    貢獻者: 屏東科技大學景觀暨遊憩管理研究所
    關鍵字: 五感理論
    Five senses
    Plants design
    日期: 2011.05.27
    上傳時間: 2011-09-15 16:48:05 (UTC+8)
    摘要: 五感意指視覺、聽覺、嗅覺、味覺、觸覺,而人類主要藉由這些感官來與世界作互動,並了解這世界,目前五感在景觀上只充份表現了視覺與景觀上的互動,而其它四感在景觀上幾乎很少被用到,為了能讓觀賞者與景觀之間有更多互動,而不只是做眼神上的交流,所以與景觀植栽設計做結合,來讓觀賞者有更多的五感體驗。
    Five senses means sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch. One can communicate with and understand the world by those five senses. At present, among five senses, there is only visual sense is more often to be used to represent the interaction between visual and view in landscape. Other four senses except for visual sense are seldom to be mentioned and researched. The purpose of the study is to apply five senses on landscape planting design to bring more interactions between viewer and landscape.
    This study is to apply five senses theory in the planting design of Majia village and using the local plants to form the local landscape. The methodology is such as literature reviews, case studies, five senses, planting design. Firstly, it is to understand the principles of landscape planting design, and secondly, to understand the relationship between plants and residents through interviews and observations. The purpose of the study is to understand and experience aboriginal landscape through landscape planting design constituted by five senses.
    This study finds out that landscape planting design of five senses experience needs plural plantation to be composed. The single planting design is hard to include the whole five senses. Therefore, planting design should use thematic way to emphasize each sense experience. Aboriginal crops and folklore plants can most express the aboriginal landscape and living style so that one can apply them to landscape design.
    關聯: 2011健康休閒國際研討會 ,起迄日:2011/05/27,地點:嘉南藥理科技大學
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