古蹟藝術修護學系 Department of Architecture Art Preservation
Taiwan in the system of rapid modern economic development, the utilization of limited land resources, making the old traditional architecture, modern development process, gradually lost its special status in the traditional life. The impact of urban expansion, so that the old traditional buildings, and much disappeared in the city being who recorded traditional utilize the fact that in the folk art, but also with the buildings disappear and go away, no longer have the opportunity to become one of our lives parts. Nature of artistic expression relative to the development of the traditional hospital sent the folk's lives different physique, which was preserved in the traditional architecture of the phenomenon, to show the essence in the lucky folk adage, allusion, filial piety and devotion.
Department of Architecture Art Preservation preserves formulas, patterns and techniques of "antique architectures" in Taiwan local culture, and strives to gain a correct understanding of the origins of practical ornaments. In addition to cultivating talent for architecture repair and conservation, our department also founded a pattern database for Taiwan craft arts based on field investigations. The department has also established a cultural asset database, and conducts research on the repair and conservation of individual architectures.
Have rich development of folk art in the past two centuries, the we hope will be each of the be recorded the detail the original appearance and different skills faction before the monuments renovations or disappear in the economic development, by the set up the the Department, these precious field data, save to classify and study. Stone carving, wood carving, Cochin, scissors sticky or painted, are the focus the the various systems in different heritage, so how to identify different materials applied for the process, so that the principles the the monuments related repair, this work is finishing oriented system development direction.
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