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Title: 格拉斯哥風格的式樣分析
Other Titles: An Analysis of Glasgow Style with the Works of Mackintosh as Example
Authors: 李佩玲
Pei-Ling Lee and Yu-Fu Yang
Issue Date: Dec-2003
Publisher: 國立臺灣師範大學研究發展處
Office of Research and Development
Abstract: 格拉斯哥風格在新藝術運動的式樣算是獨樹一格,當所有設計師傾向於對自然形態的依賴而表現出柔性的設計風格之際,以設計師麥金塔(Charles Rennie Mackintosh,1868-1928)為首的“格拉斯哥四人"卻慢慢地脫離自然形態的曲線風格,率先地提出”方形風格“(Cubic Style)的式樣,無論在建築、室內設計或家具設計上,麥金塔的格式風格式樣,形成了幾何抽象風格的先驅。本文嘗試以不同的角度解析麥金塔的式樣風格,並利用式樣的拆解解析格拉斯哥風格的脈絡,從兩張座椅作品的實際拆解變形中發現,格拉斯哥風格的式樣不僅展現格線的理性意象,並嚴謹地展現整體與單元構件的比例關係,也由於從細微到巨觀的縝密考量,使得麥金塔的作品成為永�琚B經典之作,因此格拉斯哥風格被視為現代風格的萌芽特徵,不僅開啟了幾何形態的新紀元,也影響當代設計師對其風格的回應與效法。
Wheher we are speaking of architecture, interior design or furniture design, Glasgow style is significantly different from Art Nouveau. While most designers were still relying on the natural form and thus creating a kind of Feminine Art, the designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928) broke away from the curving figures of natural form and introduced the "cubic style." The mackintosh style of latticework became the forerunner and foundation of the abstract geometrical style. This study looks at Glasgow style from different perspectives and analyzes its technique by disassembling. In the disassembling of two chairs we can see how this style not only presents the formal image of latticework but also shows us the proportional relationship between the whole and its parts. Due to its refinement, its attention from the subtlest details to the whole, Glasgow Style became the standard, and now is regarded as the completion and epitome of modern style; it has therefore opened an era of new possibilities in the creation of geometrical forms in design.
Other Identifiers: 170614A3-3BA3-D532-6264-08581D667AEA
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