Application of Ceramic Sculpture Art in Urban Landscape Design Based on 3D Printing Technology

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Yuan Yuan


This study investigates the integration of ceramic sculpture art into urban landscape design using 3D printing technology, with a specific emphasis on Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) with Ceramic Filaments. Drawing on the rich traditions of ceramic artistry and the transformational potential of digital fabrication, they look at the possibilities and problems of embedding ceramic sculptures into urban surroundings using modern additive manufacturing techniques. They intend to illuminate the interconnections of art, technology, and urbanization using an interdisciplinary approach that includes theoretical inquiry, empirical research, and hands-on experiments. They begin with a historical study and track the growth of ceramic sculpture art in urban landscapes. They investigate the aesthetic, social, and symbolic components of ceramic sculptures, focusing on their ability to elicit emotion, convey narrative, and develop a sense of place in the built world. Building on this foundation, they go into 3D printing technology, namely FDM using Ceramic Filaments. They explain the principles and procedures of FDM printing and investigate its possibilities, limitations, and uses in the context of ceramic sculpture creation. They evaluate the performance characteristics, feasibility, and promise of FDM printing for creating ceramic sculptures customized to the needs and restrictions of urban environments using a survey of relevant literature, case studies, and expert interviews The project investigates the practical elements of incorporating ceramic sculptures into urban environments, such as durability, sustainability, and community engagement. They do empirical studies to analyze perceptions, preferences, and consequences on landscapes and residents.

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