台灣 / taiwan
陳品蓉 Pin-Jung Chen / 陳品蓉 Pin-Jung Chen
My thesis design started from the triptychs of modern artist Francis Bacon. What I learned from his works was that it was those indirect information showing from his sets of triptychs (such as linked scences, compositions between objects and back-ground) that inspired people to think of the themes he wanted to approach. I con-sidered it as a design method of architecture narrative.
In the case of how I understand triptychs, architecture can be a self-evident figure in a setting of big nature without boundaries. By composing several sculptural masses inside a frame constituted by horizontal slabs and vertical columns, I set up some scenes in a resort that guests can identify during their stay. Supposing people will find the significance of those scenes by connecting their living and visual experiences, this resort will ultimately explain that temporary escape is a need for people who lives in big cities.