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藝文行草綠園道景觀都市設計
-台中草悟道

Taichung Greenbelt

項目:景觀規劃

基地:台中, 台灣

​年份:2009-2011

AECOM 設計參與

項目占地面積12公頃, 運用中華文化“行草”意象,沿台中市新舊城中心區之間的經國園道,以科藝之丘、藝文之心、零碳之道、蘇活之區、浪漫之濱等區段由北向南鋪展開一幅城市整合與躍升的畫卷,園道兼具時尚優雅、藝文漫遊、悠閒樂活的氣息,實踐台中“生態綠城市、文創藝城市、美學韻城市”的發展願景,營造城市再生典範,引導中臺灣國際形象。

如墨雨揮灑之竹柬的草悟道,是真實體驗雕塑地貌與景觀藝術的空間;行走其間,體驗行草空間景觀手法的寬鬆流暢與停頓轉折,展現多元豐富的臨場氛圍以及行草空間的趣味性。

Project: Landscape Planning

Site: Taichung, Taiwan

Year:2009-2011

AECOM Design

Having been named the “World’s Best Cultural and Art City” by the World Leadership Forum in 2007, the City of Taichung engaged us to transform its 6.5 hectares greenbelt, stretching 3.6 kilometers in length from the National Museum of Natural Science to the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, into a cultural and art greenway to reflect the city’s vibrant scene and its commitment to sustainability.

The Calligraphy Greenway was one of the top five national urban development agendas for Taiwan in 2009. It features five zones – the Hill of Science, The Heart of Culture, Zero-carbon Corridor, SOHO Spirit, Elite Life Style.

Our design took an eco-friendly and community-oriented approach – aiming to rearrange the existing space into a leaf-vein-like ecological network, providing a more spacious and comfortable city green lung to citizens and tourists alike. It also draws visitors of the National Gallery, Science Museum, and other key nodes together and accelerates the tourism, adjacent communities, and economic development of the region.

The design metaphor translates Chinese calligraphy into physical movements and landscape elements to blend this public realm with existing activities and context. By applying landscape paving, planting, and other space factors, the 2D calligraphy evolved into a 3D spatial movement allowing visitors to fully experience the calligraphic beauty through tactile, auditory, and visual feelings. Upon completion of construction, the Calligraphy Greenway successfully re-organized the adjacent urban fabric and communities and increased their land value by more than 20%.