香港學校設施規劃指南
School Facilities Programming Guide for Hong Kong

 

 

 

 

舉辦

教育統籌局
協助及編製
優環長學建築設計研究中心
內容簡介

教學設施規劃是學校設計和規劃的過程,大至分析地區和社群需要,細至確立學校本身獨特的教學設施需求 ( 教學設施需求的清單 ) ,一步一步,有系統,有條不紊地發展。過程中的每一步,均建基於上一步結果,且成為往後一步的根據。整個過程建立了制定決策所需的共識和基礎。每一所學校均有其獨特的條件,以釐定設施需要和管理,以評估其他學校的設施管理。每當規劃新的設計或翻新現有設施,均需首先制定學校設施計劃或教學設施需要清單。這一份指南為過程的步驟提供解釋,並輔以一系列已建成學校的項目例子以作解說。指南節錄了教育統籌局舉辦之先導工作坊內容,加拿大 Greg-Noble Associates Inc. 導講,獲優環長學建築設計研究中心 (CARE) 協辦及製作,供本港學校作設施改善或策劃新建設施之流程運用參考。

尺寸 210x297mm
頁數 21
出版年份 2003
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Commissioned by
Education and Manpower Bureau
Supported/ Edited by
Centre of Architectural Research for Education, Elderly, Environment and Excellence Ltd. (CARE)
About the book

The educational facility planning process is a disciplined and systematic approach to school programming and design. This process moves step-by-step from the analysis of broad, school district and community needs to the detailed development of school-specific facility programmes (educational specifications). Each step in the process is structured to build from the previous step and to provide a foundation for the next step. This process provides the basis and structure to support consensus building and joint decision-making. Every educational institution has a unique context within which they operate and judge their own facility requirements and, from which they assess the operation and facilities of other educational institution. When planning for new facilities or renovated facilities, a detailed facility programme or educational specification should be developed. With reference to completed projected examples, this guidebook describes steps in the process, extracting from a series of previous pilot workshops commissioned by Education and Manpower Bureau, convened by Grey-Noble Associate Inc., Canada, and supported/edited by the Centre of Architectural Research for Education , Elderly, Environment and Excellence Ltd. (CARE). Schools in Hong Kong may adopt the process in upgrading their existing facilities or planning for new facilities.

Size 210x297mm
No. of pages 21
Year of publication 2003

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