Prof. Cheng-Luen Hsueh
Prof. Ho-Ling Chang
Prof. Kwang-Tyng Wu
Based on the competition invitation provided by DRIA, we focused on the analysis and understanding of the flooding of the Chao Phraya River in the process of urbanization in Bangkok, and proposed a set of solutions we envisaged from an agricultural perspective. We hope that this case will strengthen agriculture and forestry conservation. It can be applied to improve the operational efficiency of traditional agriculture and promote the industrial symbiosis model. On this basis, the harmonious coexistence between people and the environment is realized. This requires
increasing environmental resilience and reducing the environmental hazards caused by population explosions, expanding public communication space, and enhancing the value of the agricultural industry. We operate differently depending on the degree of urbanization of the base. In conservation, we try to use the change of topography to introduce water naturally and to reproduce the riverbank ecology with artificial planting. In traditional agricultural production, we hope to present the process of agricultural production to sale in the form of display; In agriculture, we will link agriculture with other activities such as experimentation and education to explore the opportunities for upgrading and transforming the value of the agricultural industry. In each field, the relationship between architecture, farmland and residents will also be discussed.
In addition, we hope that this case can change the original perception of urban residents on agriculture, and commit to the cultural identity of the city to promote social and economic development. We believe that this is crucial for building a socially ecologically flexible city.