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한국실내디자인학회|논문집 2024년 4월

논문명 Preserving the Spirit of Place in Cultural Regeneration of Modern Industrial Heritage Sites / Preserving the Spirit of Place in Cultural Regeneration of Modern Industrial Heritage Sites
저자명 조뢰 ; 나일민
발행사 한국실내디자인학회
수록사항 한국실내디자인학회 논문집, Vol.33 No.2(통권 163호) (2024-04)
페이지 시작페이지(77) 총페이지(12)
ISSN 12297992
주제분류 계획및설계
주제어 ; Spirit of Place; Industrial heritage site; sustainable urban regeneration; adaptive reuse design; Beijing
요약2 The adjustments in the global industry structure and the homogenization of urban landscape have led to the destruction of modern industrial sites, resulting in a loss of the sense of belonging among local communities. The late 90s was a crucial period where many international projects to regenerate industrial heritage sites were initiated while keeping the site’s spiritual significance to the local community. In the current and former communist countries, this phenomenon was even more pronounced, as unrestricted growth broke down with the fall of the ruling parties of former communist governments, and the traditional heavy industries of some countries went into decline in favor of new technological and economic sectors and the emergence of democratic governments. The purpose of this study is to provide urban designers with a sustainable methodology to preserve the spirit of place when it comes to the cultural mediation of modern industrial heritage sites. After clarifying the definition of the spirit of place and modern industrial heritage sites, we categorized two spatial elements that constitute the spirit of place by relying on the case of Tate Modern project ? for it has been undoubtedly successful, evidenced by the sheer amount of physical change: the orientation (physical and functional characteristic); the identification (historical lineage and cultural symbols). Finally, from studying relevant projects carried out in China, Germany and Romania, we verified the sub-elements to embody the spirit of place in spatial design: Geographical, Functionality, Radiation, Mnemonic, Symbolic, Participatory. These cases remonstrated that the common features are (1) to respect the relationship and cultural lineage of the existing building to the surrounding fabric; (2) to reflect materially the visual and physical symbols with the intention to understand the industrial past, rather than destroying it; (3) to utilize modern interactive and multi-sensorial technologies to attract visitors; (4) the participation of local communities in design and reuse of the site was found to be crucial. This research thus demonstrates that while maintaining the existing site as much as possible, the spirit of the place can be preserved and recreated in a sustainable way, inspiring the future “imagined community”.
소장처 한국실내디자인학회
언어 영어
DOI http://doi.org/10.14774/JKIID.2024.33.2.077