Title Public Domain and Locality through the Production of Nolli Map
Authors 손영호(Son, Young-Ho) ; 김태영(Kim, Tai-Young)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2020.36.11.47
Page pp.47-54
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Nolli Map; Public/Semi-Public; Figure and Ground; Public Domain; Locality
Abstract This study targets the area around Cheoldanggan Square in Yongdusaji, the historical center of Cheongju. After creating a Noli map that extends the concept of publicity of the external space to the interior space of the store, the effect that the expansion of the public domain can have on the spatial structure and characteristic expression of the region is examined. The results of the study are as follows. 1) First, the public space represented by the streets and plazas was harmonized with a group of low-rise buildings, showing the possibility of reversal based on ‘figure and ground’ theory 2) Second, the expansion of the public domain to the store space showed an open tendency such as a void in the space of 2 or 3 floors, the opening of the upper floors of halls and stairs, and the restoration of the existing courtyard that had disappeared. 3) Third, buildings that showed an open tendency through horizontal and functional expansion of the public domain were interconnected through vertical and visual expansion of alleyways and slit spaces, resulting in more emphasis on the unique landscape characteristics of the region formed by low and dense buildings.