国际木文化学会 | 5454 view(s) | 2015/02/09
2014 The 5th China-ASEAN International Wood Culture Forum
报 告 人：Abdul Aziz Zalay
Abstract: Wood has been the main material for the Malaysian’s history from the simple furniture to royal furniture. Together with woods, other sources such as bamboo were used. The furniture maker’s styles with influences from culture, races and religions create a significant difference in style, design and layout. Culture in Malaysia draws on the varied cultures of the different people of Malaysia. The first people to live in the area were indigenous tribes that still remain; they were followed by the Malays, who moved there from mainland Asia in ancient times. Malaysian furniture combines many styles from Islamic, Indian and Chinese styles to those brought by European colonists. Furniture design in the north part is similar to those in Thailand, while in south part are similar to those in Java. However, has gradually begun to change the modern material and process of making the furniture, modern furniture has been introduced into the home, the school and the business furniture and a more western approach has been adopted.
Abdul Aziz Zalay博士，在马来西亚苏丹伊德里斯师范大学(UPSI)艺术设计与工业设计学院担任讲师，是马来西亚设计委员会委员、马来西亚木雕学会会员。自2001年以来，他的研究涉及绘画、平面设计、数字成像灯等多个领域，并担任课程硕士和高等研究学位的荣誉主管。他在玛拉科技大学完成了学士学位（工业设计）和硕士学位（艺术方向），并在塔斯马尼亚大学艺术学院户获得博士学位。他对传统文化和家具艺术非常感兴趣，并通过他的工作室将设计作品脉络化。他之前的主要研究是运用bersila概念来识别、探索、开发和设计为一体的桌椅家具。这些理念和想法已经运用到他的家具设计中，并在马来西亚的幼儿园进行了可行性实践。
Dr. Abdul Aziz Zalay is a Lecturer in Industrial Design at the Art and Design Department, Faculty of Art, Computing Creative Industry from Sultan Idris Education University. He is a committee member of the Malaysia Design Council and Malaysia Wood Carving Society. He has taught at the art and Design Department, Sultan Idris Education University, since 2001 teaching across several disciplines, including Drawing, Graphic Design, Digital Imaging and Core Studies. He is a supervisor to Honours, Coursework Masters and Research Higher Degree students. He completed a Bachelor of Design (Industrial Design) at the MARA University of Technology and a Master of Education (Arts), and He completing his PhD from the Tasmanian College of the Arts, University of Tasmania. He is particularly interested in traditional culture and furniture, which he re-contextualizes through his studio works. The previous of his research is to identify, explore, develop and design a combination of desk and chair, which applies the bersila concept. The furniture design from these combined concepts on furniture ideas have been develop and it was suitable for kindergarten learning activities in Malaysia.