Title Eco-integrative Architecture Collaboration Process of High-speed Rail Station
Authors 정용화(Jung, Yong-Hwa) ; 박용서(Park, Yong-Seo)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2022.38.11.73
Page pp.73-81
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Stuttgart 21 Project; Green-U Project; Ecology; Sustainability; Christoph Ingenhoven; Frei Otto; Werner Sob다
Abstract This study aims to examine the methodological approach of integrated design based on ecological standards of the overall architectural collaboration process centered on the Stuttgart Central Station project. The development background of this project focused on references based on the common guidelines of the master plan of urban and architectural integrated plans and examined all aspects of the architectural design. This integrated the entire design around Light Eye, a module structure in which a skylight-column was integrated. Christoph Ingenhoven’s skylight plan was bio-form, Frei Otto’s column plan was bubble form, Werner Sobeck’s roof plan was shown as the design concept of a hole punching form. This design approach had a tendency toward a net-zero energy structure and implemented eco-integrative architecture. The Stuttgart Central Station project suggested the possibility of a new design methodological approach within the scope of an urban project, and will be a great reference for future explorations of integrated design methodologies based on ecology.