Chen, Jyun Wu‧Hou,
Dialysis would be the treatment that filtered water and purified the resource circulation.
Properly functioning detention prevents flooding, controls drainage, and moreover
protects natural zone. Compounding the word “Interactive” to the concept, further
implements considered resilience and accessibility between both sides of ecological
conservation and economic developments.
Zooming into the peri-urban area, characterized as the filtering bridge of lowlands and
uplands, the “Inter-Dialysis System” proceeds with an optimistic solution, which both urban
and rural areas of Naga city were facing. To adjust two different systems, the beginning
of improving strategy started from Naga River management. The operating target was
to build five water systems, to prevent flood hazards; control water quality; expand water
supply; stabilize water ration, and protect water resources.
The partitions were planned by analyzing the existing context from porous ratio and
topography wrinkles. Different activities would happen in various regions, following the
urban scale. Three steps were the essential process to transform into an Inter-Dialysis
City. Filtering was to leach in nature between borders; Distributing & Cycling was to
allocate resources and connect circular systems, and Layering was to level up the space
in the hierarchy. Three belt systems would be visible as the actions, purging the obstacles
between urban and suburbs, dredging the block in resource distribution, and local living
activities. Water activities constituted the midland area, transforming Naga City into a
truly natural coexistence community.