Title A Study on How to Express Publicity in Regenerative Cultural Spaces
Authors 이정원(Lee, Jeong-Won) ; 서지은(Seo, Ji-Eun)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2023.39.8.49
Page pp.49-58
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Publicity; Cultural Spaces; Idle-Space Regenerative
Abstract This study goes beyond space-oriented regeneration when regenerating idle facilities into cultural spaces, and considers the part where people living in the city can realize the value of life in the community and create the unique characteristics of the city. It was recognized that it was necessary to reflect together. To this end, the characteristics of publicity were divided into 'architectural publicity' and 'urban publicity', and architectural publicity was divided into 'placeness', 'symbolism', 'sustainability', 'environmental', and urban publicity subdivided into 'public interest', 'connectedness' and ‘participation'. Based on this standard, the results of analyzing how the regeneration cases of cultural spaces in abandoned industrial facilities express publicity to realize the function and role of space are as follows. First, in order to express architectural publicity, it is necessary to secure a purpose-type space that can satisfy the social and cultural needs of the region and residents, and change the past space that has lost use value to suit the current use. Second, in order to express urban publicity, various residents participate and try to solve various local problems culturally, expand into welfare and cultural tourism industries, and furthermore, have a positive impact in achieving a more comprehensive city vision. You need to manage the space to give. Therefore, a regenerative cultural space can be seen as playing an important role in connecting the past, present and future as it is used as a space that communicates with residents and grows together with the region beyond the stage of providing cultural enjoyment and experiences.