Title A Direction of Cultural and Environmental Space Planning on the Waterfront through the cases of De Ceuvel and Walsh Bay
Authors 곽채은(Kwak, Chae-Eun) ; 이금진(Lee, Kum-Jin)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2020.36.11.35
Page pp.35-46
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Waterfront; Culture; Environment; Cultural Industry; Sustainable Living Environmental System; De Ceuvel; Walsh Bay
Abstract The purpose of this study is to suggest a direction of spatial planning for urban waterfront, which is changing from run-down industrial areas to a city center of life, by examining characteristics of waterfront from cultural and environmental point of views and analyzing the necessity of physical changes for characteristics of the two aspects. As a result of the study, land use about introduction of complex urban functions considering regional characteristics, three-dimensional space configuration considering connectivities with waterfronts, a common space that is a community space for revitalization of regional cultural industries and a destination of temporary visitors in one, formation of city identity through recycling of industrial heritage, a cultural hub that is formed through integration of common spaces, public culture programs that are connected to surrounding areas and secondary programs that support public culture programs and also generate profits were derived in the cultural aspects. Water-friendly spaces and sustainable pollution restoration of soil for safe public spaces on the waterfront, technical and spatial networks for establishing a sustainable living system and a collective spaces for its operation, road systems and waterway accessibilities characterized by inclusive accessibility through planning of various methods were derived in the environmental aspects.