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標題: 工廠造園之研究
Studies on the Factory Landscape Planning
作者: 羅清吉
C. C. Lo
L. C.Lin
關鍵字: Landscape Planning;造園;Factory;工廠
Project: Horticulture NCHU, Volume 11, Page(s) 1-16.
興大園藝, Volume 11, Page(s) 1-16.

Factory landscape planning, through the theory and practice of environmental planning and design, aims as the improvement of current situation in manufacturing surroundings. Open space is rearranged and the green belt is established on the industrial zone so as to achieve the ecological balance in living condition. This project will meet the physical and spiritual requirement of workers. It also provides the mutifunctions of the aesthetic, recreational & educational aspects.
The current manufacturing environment in Taiwan was analyzed by means of questionnaire and on-site survey on the requirement and suggestion of the employer and employee. Example and result of foreign institutes were referred. A practicable principle and planning project was worked out.
It was found that the present manufacturer in Taiwan paid little attention to the overall planning, green belt building on whole factory zone. However, the workers' demand to the construction of factory landscape becomes more urgent. In accordance with this tendency of requirement, the development of factory landscape site construction will play an important role in the aspect of improving the industrial manufacturing environment, promoting the workers' living and working environmental quality, and aiding the prevention of industrial pollution, consultation, encouragement and practice of manufacturing environment planning, to engage in the factory landscape planning construction was suggested, so that manufacturing environment could be improved and all the workers and the society could be benefitted.
ISSN: 0255-5921
Appears in Collections:第11期

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