||This course is underpinned upon the epistemology of Regionalism that consisted of three parts. The first part traces back to Humanistic Geography, Cultural Landscape, Existentialism and its philosophical branch line-phenomenology, which are sources of the Regionalism. The second part is centered on interpretation and implementation in either landscape or architecture disciplines, in relation to the perspectives of city planning, architecture, and landscape architecture. And Regionalist advocates like Lewis Mumford, Liane Lefaivre, Alexander Tzonis, Kenneth Frampton and so on are included. The third part involves the regional issues by local-oriented issues of Taiwan. A few of cultural Space-From topics are introduced to substantiate intellectual understandings.