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آموزش شيوة برداشتِ صحيح از مصاديق در طراحي معماري منظر

چکیده
طراحان منظر از منابع مختلف براي ايده‌پردازي الهام مي‌گيرند. يکي از منابع الهام معماران منظر، آثار گذشته است. با توجه به رواج بهره‌گيري از آثار سايرين در طراحي دانشجويان، اين سؤال مطرح است که چگونه مي‌توان دانشجويان معماري منظر را در جهت بهره‌گيري صحيح از مصاديق در ايده‌پردازي هدايت کرد. در اين مقاله ابتدا به کمک نظرات ساير محققان، انواع منشأ ايده‌پردازي معماري منظر به صورت منابع الهام دروني و بيروني مورد بررسي قرار مي‌گيرد و جايگاه الهام از مصاديق در بين ساير منابع شناخته مي‌شود. سپس به کمک تئوري برداشتِ ساختاري، انواع برداشت در قالب چهار نوع برداشت ساختاري، برداشت سطحي، کپي‌برداري، و استعاره معرفي مي‌شوند. آنگاه راهکارهاي ساير محققان در جهت رسيدن به برداشت صحيح در آموزش معماري منظر مورد بررسي قرار گرفته و راهکارهايي شامل انتخاب نمونة مناسب، شناخت برداشت صحيح، و تمرين برداشت صحيح ارائه خواهد شد. نتايج اين تحقيق نشان مي‌دهد که آموزش معماري منظر در جهت توانمند ساختن دانشجويان براي برداشت صحيح راه دشواري پيش رو دارد و علاوه بر اينکه دانشجويان بايد برداشت صحيح را تمرين کنند، مدرسان منظر نيز بايد در اين خصوص آگاهي‌هاي لازم را داشته باشند.
واژگان کلیدی
آموزش معماري منظر، ايده پردازي، منابع الهام، برداشت صحيح.

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