Paper Wastes Become Innovative Architectural Material
成大創意基地:紙漿廢料躍升為新建材
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        This project was started by Chung Hwa Pulp Corporation from a model of corporate social responsibility and is supported by C-Hub. As a center of resource integration, C-hub creates a platform to connect universities and industries. With the help of the architecture team LiLinLab, the professors and students from courses in the forward-thinking M. Arch II program of the Institute of Architecture at National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) partnered with the business world to conduct research. In brief, this project not only strove to bridge the gap between universities and industries but also to bring people from different colleges and departments together to face real problems from the business world. There were five CE TALKs to help the graduate students understand more about circular economics. 

        First, Shadow Chen, the vice-CEO of the Taiwan Circular Economy Network, delivered a lecture about the basics of circular economics and its global trends. Secondly, Bart van Bueren, the director of the Taiwan Dutch Design Post, shared several examples of circular economy in the Netherlands. Pi Cheng Chen, an assistant professor in NCKU’s Department of Environmental Engineering, gave an introduction to environmental resources, while Yang Jia Han, an assistant professor in NCKU’s Institute of Creative Industries Design, illustrated business models. Finally, CEO Wen Yih Kuo from LOTOS analyzed the current development of Taiwan’s industries and shared his own experiences with circular economic ventures.In addition to studying the above theories, the students also participated in four workshops to put circular economy into practice. To begin with, a QIZHI team held brick-making workshops. Students learned to design the shape of the bricks, mix papermaking by- products and wastewater with concrete, and make molds. 

        由中華紙漿發題,以企業社會責任(Corporate Social Responsibility)的方式為起始,由C-Hub成大創意基地搭建起產業與大學內部各項專業資源整合之平臺,透過建築專業團隊 LiLinLab. 進行多方溝通協調,以成功大學建築研究所 M.Arch II(以下簡稱M.Arch II)前瞻設計課程為基礎,引入跨院系師生參與,並和業界合作研發。此計畫不僅僅嘗試連結產業與大學的斷層,也試圖整合校內跨院系之間的介面,共同面對企業所提出的真實問題。本專案舉辦了五次CE(Circular Economy) TALK。首先由循環台灣基金會陳惠琳副執行長進行講座,使學生了解國際趨勢並建立起循環經濟基本概念。

        日前邀請台灣荷蘭設計聚落白汎埔(Bart van Bueren)總監分享荷蘭在落實循環經濟上的經驗與案例,緊接著由成功大學環境工程學系陳必晟助理教授以及創意產業設計研究所楊佳翰助理教授從學術的角度各別講述環境資源系統概論與商業模式建構方法。最後則邀請成大昶閎科技股份有限公司(以下簡稱成大昶閎)郭文毅博士分享自身在循環經濟觀念下的創業經驗和台灣產業現況。這次專案更安排了四次工作坊引導學生動手操作。首先是兩次的實體構築工作坊;為回應華紙對於循環經濟與廠區圍牆設計的發題,特別邀請了業師噐質設計公司(以下簡稱噐質)舉辦「製磚工作坊」,除了教導學生如何調配華紙廠區廢餘料與水泥混合之比例,更從磚體設計、模具製作到澆灌成型一步步教授學生製磚的觀念與技巧。