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Citizen Participation and Community Development

臺北市擁有三百多座鄰里公園,散佈在社區各個角落,卻沒有為社區量身訂製之設計思考導入者。本團隊在此計畫中,以臺北市中山區的中安公園與永盛公園為基地,期望跳脫制式化遊具,並朝著「共融式遊戲場」的核心目標與價值,提供不同需求的兒童共同玩樂、遊戲與發展能力的友善空間。

 

以工作坊匯聚相關人士的多元意見

本團隊蒐集成功案例及民眾需求,為公園遊戲場規劃及定位整體方向,並結合地方特色、使用者需求調查,以及設計師的創意專業,形塑出合宜當地的公共空間。

 

其中,本團隊辦理公民參與工作坊,以周邊居民為主要對象,瞭解鄰里公園遊戲場之實際需求,並加入專家學者、公民團體、設計師,建立良好溝通模式。另外也辦理專業規劃設計工作坊,邀集相關領域專業人士,歸納使用者需求,並尋求創新的改造作法。

 

打造符合社區需求的遊戲場

本團隊彙整上述工作坊產出、專家學者、公民團體與設計師專業意見後,完成符合社區需求且兼具有趣、原創與共融等特性的遊戲場。之後,辦理設計說明會,邀集里民、里長,說明設計構想與願景。此外,本團隊亦整合國內外案例研究、周邊社區需求調查與設計規劃建議,舉辦讀書會,製作鄰里公園特色共融式遊戲場議題探討規劃報告書。

 

執行年度:106年(2017年)

委託單位: 臺北市政府文化局

關鍵字: 共融式公園、公民參與

Introducing art design into the neighborhood parks in Zhongshan District

 

There are more than 300 neighborhood parks in Taipei, scattered in every corner of the community. However, there are no parks with tailor-made design suited to its community.

 

Our team launched this project in Zhongan Park and Yongsheng Park located at Zhongshan District, Taipei city, hoping to flip traditional thinking and toward the concept of “Inclusive Playground,” and provide a friendly space for children with different needs to play and grow together.

 

Using workshops to bring together diverse opinions from relevant parties

Our team collected public needs and past successful cases in order to set the overall direction for the playground in the parks and as a result, tailor-made public spaces, combining local characteristics with public surveys and the creativity of professional designers, were shaped and built.

 

In order to understand the needs of the neighborhood parks, our team included citizen participation with the locals as the main audience, and invited experts, scholars, civic groups, and designers to establish dialogue. Moreover, professional planning and design were incorporated into the workshops, along with specialists in related fields, in order to assess the locals’ needs and innovate the redevelopment process.

 

Creating a playground meeting the needs of the community

Our team gathered the results of the workshop, opinion from experts, civic groups and designers to create a playground with innovative, unique and inclusive features that met the complete needs of the community. Our team also held design seminars for the neighborhood’s residents and the Chief of Village to explain the concept and vision of the designs.

 

In addition, our team integrated domestic and international research cases, along with the recommendations from community surveys, in order to conduct seminars and published a report that addresses the topic of neighborhood parks featuring inclusive playgrounds.


 

Execution year: 2017

Entrusted by: Department of Cultural Affairs, Taipei city Government

Keywords: inclusive park, citizen participation

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