以仿生設計減緩低成本台灣點型市場的登革熱複製和演化風險 Biomimicry design to mitigate dengue fever duplication and development risks at a low cost T
This thesis examines the evolution of traditional market patterns in the current urban environment through the habits of mosquitoes in the urban environment, and finds that the point-based development market is an important site for the larvae and eggs of vector mosquitoes to spread to the city through its drainage system, resulting in the concentration of infected people.
It may eventually lead to large-scale infections that are difficult to control in the city and cause the medical system to be overwhelmed. Therefore, in the strategy, the main design task is to slow down the replication and development risk of dengue virus. Taking the Kaohsiung Jinshi Lake point development market as an example. In this market, through urban design, space syntax and biomimicry, new models of epidemic prevention, public health knowledge dissemination, and future life models are constructed.
Reviewing the market environment analysis, in order to address the market as the starting point of dengue transmission in urban areas, two tasks of mitigating dengue duplication and development risks risks were formulated and analyzed. After analysis, it was decided to optimize the drainage system as the main design method, thereby reducing the potential breeding environment and slowing down the generation rate of mosquitoes, both of which will be slowed down due to lack of elements.