Rebuild Future Out of Rubble Schools, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan. Arsitek: Bio Architecture Formosana, Taipei, Taiwan

Membangun kembali masa depan.

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Catatanku:
Bangunan sekolah ini didirikan karena sebuah alasan yang kuat: bangunan sebelumnya hilang tersapu angin Typhoon. Untuk alasan itu, menyimak proyek ini menjadi penting, mengingat Indonesia sangat rawan bencana alam seperti angin topan, banjir, gempa bumi, sampai tsunami.
Yang menarik dari arsitek ini adalah, saat ia diberikan proyek ini ia langsung mempertanyakan: how do we reconstruct and bring new life to the village? Pertanyaan ini menyiratkan ada dua hal yang terkandung pada visi arsitektur ini, yaitu masa lalu dan masa depan.
Menarik melihat bagaimana vokabulari arsitektur tradisional dibawa ke konteks masa kini, sehingga bisa berdaya di masa depan. Hal ini ternyatakan dari bagaimana perpustakaan dibuat berdasarkan inspirasi dari arsitektur rumah pertemuan, Zou, dan sekolahnya dibuat dengan inspirasi rumah tinggal tradisional, Bunun.

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Konsep & objektif dari arsitek:

Nature breaks down at various paces, usually slow and undetectable, but sometimes sudden and unpredictable. Typhoon Morakot represents the latter. In August 2010, its violent landslides washed away many lives and homes of the mountain-side aboriginal village, including the scenic MingChuan elementary school. This disaster brings the question: how do we reconstruct and bring new life to the village?

For the design team, this project was a challenge to face the environment in a humble manner, while maintaining traditional architectural vocabulary. The design of the school is inspired by the Bunun traditional household, creating a space that feels like home. The design of the library is inspired by the Zou gathering house, where knowledge is passed on through generations. Its main building resembles the thorn apple flower, a common flower around the area.

To reconstruct is not to rebuild what is lost, but to create the future.

Furthermore, clean energy is used largely on the campus, including six 3 kW wind turbines that provide 5% of electricity use, and solar panels that provide 10.5 kW, and 12% of electricity use. Namasia is situated in the mountains where energy supplies and transportation can be easily cut off during the typhoon seasons. The wind and solar power system enables the school as a shelter during natural disasters. Energy monitoring systems are also instituted, which help students and teachers understand sustainable energy use.

Upon considering the local environment and cultural learning, it is our goal to integrate technology and sustainability into the future vision of the school.

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