Title Integrated Waterfront Design Direction for Port Industrial City Regeneration Through Waterfront Land Use and Water-dependent Public Facilities of False Creek Vancouver
Authors 이금진(Lee, Kum-Jin)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2022.38.7.3
Page pp.3-12
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords 통합적 워터프론트 계획; 항만산업도시; 재생; 워터프론트 토지이용; 수공간에 밀접한 공공시설; 밴쿠버 폴스크릭
Abstract The purpose of this study is to create a waterfront as the central space of a city by reflecting the historical development of waterfront cities that have brought balance to it and its inland areas. The planning direction of waterfront land use and water-dependent public facilities were suggested. The growth potential of waterfronts in port areas based on the False Creek Vancouver’s case was analyzed. This waterfront was transformed into a living space for citizens by opening the existing port area to public use and aimed for a win-win growth for both the inland and the waterfront; through a sweeping waterfront land use proposal and an integrated waterfront development plan for Port Industrial City it was made possible. Regeneration of False Creek Vancouver first established waterfront land use policies that gave continuity to the waterfront and inland by using the locational characteristics of the waterfront. Next it aligned its institutional and geographical direction with the land use policies emphasized on public use and accessibility, and with water-dependent public facilities and spaces planned along the waterfront. Finally, a sustainable local community was developed that provided cultural programs for the waterfront neighborhood.