Students awarded at Young Ones ADC Award under guidance of Prof. Cheng Cheng Li and Associate Prof. Chen Yan Ting

競賽名稱 : Young Ones ADC Award

主辦單位 : Art Directors Club, New York, USA

競賽主旨 :

全世界舉辦最久的設計競賽(沒有之一),今年第100週年,紐約藝術指導協會俱樂部(NYADC)是全球首屈一指的跨媒體設計社團,同時也是全球第一個藝術指導協會。這個創立於西元1920年的非營利組織,宗旨為透過凝聚、激發、提升創意來改變世界。紐約藝術指導協會Young Ones ADC獎是一個由紐約藝術指導協會俱樂部NYADC所主辦的國際競賽,每年都會舉辦年度大獎,選出最優秀並著重於藝術景觀、建築、室內、產品、印刷、廣告、互動媒體、平面設計、出版社寄、包裝、動態影像、攝影及插畫作品並依據來自世界各地獲獎作品所累積的得分,評選出年度最佳設計公司、年度最佳廣告代理、年度最佳網站、年度最佳多媒體代理,以及年度最佳學院。

https://www.adcawards.org/

參賽學生:蘇寬

指導教授:鄭政利教授、陳彥廷副教授

獲得名次:Merit

作品名稱:Heat Flow Exchanger

作品連結:https://www.oneclub.org/awards/youngones/-award/41275/heat-flow-exchangerbiomimicry-pavilion

設計概念:

Urban areas are scattered with artificial heat sources that use electricity or fossil fuels. Dense buildings use a large number of materials with high heat storage and large heat-absorbing surface areas. This increases the temperature in urban areas, causing the heat island effect. Biology has long been living with the environment, and has developed different strategies to deal with it in response to the environment. Therefore, I hope to use the function of biological heat dissipation to cope with the urban heat island effect. In the context of the urban heat island effect, it is hoped that bionic strategies can be used to create an open space that can convert hot air into cool air and recycle rainwater for cooling, so that people and other creatures can have a better open space quality.

都市熱島效應對我們的生活造成了很多負面影響,包括都市溫度的升高、能源需求的增加、空汙等。而都市空間中充斥著使用電力或化石燃料的人造熱源,都市中密集的建築物更是使用容易蓄熱的材料,形成都市中大面積的蓄熱表面。這些原因都進一步的加劇了都市熱島效應。生物長時間的與環境相處,已經發展出了應對環境的不同策略,因此我希望透過生物散熱機制的仿生操作來應對都市熱島效應。在都市熱島效應的背景下,我希望透過仿生來創造一個能夠將熱空氣轉換為冷空氣並且能夠蒐集雨水用於環境降溫的構造,讓都市中的人們與其他生物能夠有好品質的戶外空間。

參賽學生:陳建勳、孫筱瑜

指導教授:陳彥廷副教授

獲得名次:Gold

作品名稱:Photosynthesis Protective Shell – Ultraviolet Slice Symbiosis Outdoor Space

作品連結:https://www.oneclub.org/awards/youngones/-award/41285/photosynthesis-protective-shell-ultraviolet-slice-symbiosis-outdoor-space

設計概念:

Due to the increase in ultraviolet radiation caused by the breaking of the greenhouse effect ozone layer in recent years, especially in countries and regions located between 30 degrees north and south latitudes of the equator, this design will be based on Schuster Park in Queensland, Australia. UV-resistant shielding space, and adopts a solar energy and green fluorescent protein to absorb ultraviolet module device, according to the increase and decrease of the UV index intensity, the device will open and close like a bionic flower, when the ultraviolet light is strong, it will become a pavilion to cover, night When the ultraviolet ray is weak, it becomes the installation art that will glow naturally.

由於近年溫室效應臭氧層破洞導致紫外線輻射增加,尤其是位於赤道南北緯度30度之間的國家及區域特別顯著,本設計將以澳洲Queensland的Schuster Park為基地,設計以滿足居民戶外休閒又兼具抗紫外線的遮蔽空間,並採用太陽能及綠螢光蛋白吸收紫外線的模組裝置,依紫外線指數強度增減該裝置會如仿生的花朵具開闔的作用,紫外光線強時變為涼亭遮蔽,夜晚紫外線弱時變成會自然發光的裝置藝術.

參賽學生:賴翰宇

指導教授:陳彥廷副教授

獲得名次:Bronze

作品名稱:Fireproof Ecological Vertical Tower

作品連結:https://www.oneclub.org/awards/youngones/-award/41273/fireproof-ecological-vertical-tower

設計概念:

The temperature of the forest fire is so high that it cannot be extinguished easily, so this fire prevention facility is designed in the forest. The project uses weaving technology to strengthen the structure and combines the integration of fire protection materials to become a high fire protection tower. The outer layer will be the main structure to resist the fire. , The rainwater collected in the rainy season is used as energy and to block heat radiation. When a fire occurs, it can give animals a chance to hide inside, and also increase the rescue time for humans, so as not to cause a devastating blow to the animal ecology.

森林火災的溫度很高,無法輕易撲滅,因此該防火設施是在森林中設計的。該項目採用編織技術加強結構,結合防火材料的集成,成為高防火塔。外層將是抵抗火災的主要結構。 ,雨季收集的雨水被用作能源並阻止熱輻射。發生火災時,它可以使動物有機會躲在裡面,也可以增加對人類的營救時間,以免對動物生態造成破壞性的打擊。

參賽學生:陳裕群、杜其燁、張瑄祐

指導教授:陳彥廷副教授

獲得名次:Bronze一件,Merit一件

作品名稱:WAVE

作品連結:https://www.oneclub.org/awards/youngones/-award/41276/wave

https://www.oneclub.org/awards/youngones/-award/41170/wave

設計概念:

圍籬在都市中是相當常見的元素,如施工地常以鐵皮圍籬直接做為阻隔,因為普遍施工期都不短,人們被迫穿梭於鐵皮搭建的過道,因此本設計附有多種機能的圍籬模組,具有原本阻隔功能的同時也擁有座椅、依靠、照明和綠化…的不同使用。而在設計想法上,希望透過新型線條元素,賦予曲面的微量變化,提供現代城市中不同的區隔介面,跳脫以往格格不入的壁體,創造一個除了賦予功能還能提升市容的新形態圍籬。而模組化的設計也能應用於各種基地,舉凡公車站、維修設施的圍籬或是戶外展場的過道隔間…都可以根據需求配置不同的機能組合來達到最有效的使用。

Fence is a widely-used structure element in cities. For example, metal fence is always directly used in the construction site. Due to the fact that the construction period is long, passengers have no choice but to pass through the passages created after fences are built. Therefore, the study proposed a multi-function fence module, provides blocking function and other different things, such as seats, illumination, greening and walls for people to lean against. Our ideas of design are based on new linear elements that give a slight change in the surface. These ideas provide different genres of partition in modern cities, and able to beautify the appearance of city. The module design is also applicable to any kinds of basement, including bus stops, fences in construction site, or partitions in exterior exhibition. It can be used in various combinations of functions according to the requirements and needs to achieve effective use.

參賽學生: 蘇千晴

指導教授: 陳彥廷副教授

獲得名次: Merit

作品名稱: Weave Wave

作品連結: https://www.oneclub.org/awards/youngones/-award/41274/weave-wave

設計概念:

Wondering that whether it is possible to use the “wave” element to create an interesting space, I start to think about how to put the idea into an art museum. There are three aims in this design. First, let visitors feel wave elements almost everywhere in this museum. Second, use wave elements to increase the relationship between interior and exterior. Third, create a more interesting exhibition experience through wave elements.

好奇是否有機會透過波浪的元素創造有趣的空間,我開始思考如何將這樣的概念融入博物館的設計,在這次的設計當中有三個重點:首先,希望遊客可以在這個博物館的每一個角落感受到波浪的元素;第二,透過波浪的元素去連接室內與室外的空間關係,第三,透過波浪的元素創造提升遊客的參觀體驗。

參賽學生:呂宗霖

指導教授:陳彥廷副教授

獲得名次:Merit

作品名稱:Waving Shelter

作品連結:https://www.oneclub.org/awards/youngones/-award/41165/waving-shelter

設計概念:

In order to meet Syrian refugee’s needs, this design set their requirements as main topic to create shelters. With the aim of massive scale production, shelters will be modular production and low cost. Production will be on-site assembly.

The shape of wave is a signal of hand-in-hand, in other words it means Syrians unity. Hoping this design method makes this design more meaningful and more valuable. At the meanwhile making shelters not only the representation of society marginal, but also the image harmonious community. If we widely build this Waving Shelter in more restful zones. Not only catches local governments and residences attentions, but also attract other nations. Furthermore, it may arouse the whole world’s wearness. Last but not least, spread the anti-war mindset around the globe.

因應敘利亞還有許多難民需要幫助,本次設計便以難民的需求為出發點設計難民屋。為了可快速及大量建造,將採用模矩化的方式生產製造,並運送成本低的建材到當地建造。

波浪的造型是採用人與人之間”牽手”的意象,象徵國家的人民應該要合一。希望透過這種設計表現手法賦予難民屋更多的意義及價值,使難民屋不再是我們過去所認知的貧困與社會邊緣。若將此難民營大範圍的建造在敘利亞國家邊境戰爭較平緩的區域,不僅可以使國家的政府與人民看到,也可觸及其他國家的目光,讓世界對此事件(戰爭所導致人民流離失所)有更多的關懷與同情,最後希望可以達成反戰的效果。

參賽學生:曾智妘

指導教授:陳彥廷副教授

獲得名次:Merit

作品名稱:BETWEEN TWO SIDES

作品連結:https://www.oneclub.org/awards/youngones/-award/41264/between-two-sides-for-disability-and-prosthetic-aids

設計概念:

Between Two Sides is designed for people who were born without foot or are injured, allowing them to change their prosthetic or shoes by themselves. The users put the prosthetic or hang their crutch, sit on the chair, then change the shoes or the prosthetic easily. The intuitive design allows the user to conveniently operate without others help. This product gives those without foot or are injured the chance to easily and efficiently operate the most vital furniture of the modern age.

兩面之間是為殘疾人士以及受傷的人設計的,使他們自己能更換義肢或鞋子。 使用者放上義肢或懸掛拐杖,接著坐在椅子上,然後輕鬆地換鞋或義肢。使用者不需要其他人幫助即可方便地進行操作。 該產品使殘疾人士或受傷的人能夠輕鬆有效地操作此家具。

參賽學生:曾智妘

指導教授:陳彥廷副教授

獲得名次:Merit

作品名稱:City Lab of Food Waste Cycling

作品連結:https://www.oneclub.org/awards/youngones/-award/41280/city-lab-of-food-waste-cycling-construct-a-recycled-landscape-with-recycled-materials

設計概念:

Food waste is a huge problem in developed countries, and Taiwan is no exception. Every day an estimated 4,600 tons of food get discarded, which translates into millions of tons of food getting thrown away every year. Every year, as much as one-third of the food produced in the world is wasted; Taiwan’s food waste recycling reaches 590,000 metric tons. , The food waste bucket can pile up 13,500 Taipei 101.

Taking the issue of food wasting circulation as a thought, food-wasting is not only a problem of kitchen waste but also includes agricultural problems.

食物浪費是全人類共同面臨的嚴重問題,全球每年浪費掉的食物高達生產量的3分之1,據統計將近1成5的食物在送達通路前就被丟棄;而每年台灣廚餘回收量達59萬公噸,廚餘桶可堆出1萬3500座台北101。

因此以剩食循環議題作為發想,剩食不單只是食物廚餘問題,還包含了農業的問題 。以剩食循環城市規劃未來發展,試圖藉由剩食循環打造未來生活新樣、達成城市與自然共生的永續發展。

參賽學生:黃昱翔、吳暐凱、馬朗文

指導教授:陳彥廷副教授

獲得名次:Merit二件

作品名稱:Wind Digester

作品連結:https://www.oneclub.org/awards/youngones/-award/41277/wind-digester

https://www.oneclub.org/awards/youngones/-award/41268/wind-digester

設計概念:

The world is constantly urbanizing, and the floors are getting higher and higher. Due to the convection of air, the height of the building will be subjected to extreme wind pressure, and it is often necessary to worry about the damage to the structure of the high building due to the shaking and resonance of the building. Therefore, wind digesters are designed to divert and reduce the huge wind pressure on the surface of ​​tall buildings and utilize this natural wind energy to generate electricity for indoor use.

世界不斷在都市化,樓蓋得越來愈高。由於空氣的對流,樓房高處將承受極大的風壓,時常要擔心大樓搖晃及共振使高樓結構損害的問題。因此,風能消化者設計用來將風導流並加以運用,減少高樓表面積所需承受的巨大風壓並將此天然風能加以發電供給室內使用。