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A Study for Improving Built Environment in Decrepit Industrial Complexes
Lee, Sangmin Research Fellow Hyeon, Taehwan Assistant Research Fellow Song, Yunjeong Assistant Research Fellow
  • Basic 2019-14
  • 2019.12.31
  • 6Page
  • Hit 4276
Summary

Industrial complexes that are more than 20 years old were mostly built as mere production sites, without any considerations for the quality of the working or living environment. Even the minimal infrastructure that had been established has become severely outdated or dilapidated over the years. Despite such conditions, however, there have not been any strategies or considerations for improving the public spaces and landscape in the current projects carried out to renew such decrepit industrial complexes. In light of this issue, this study was conducted to identify the current status and issues of the built environment (e.g. landscape, streets, public spaces, etc.) of industrial complexes and to derive the direction of improvement and potential projects that may be implemented to ameliorate their working environment.

In order to analyze the built environment of decrepit industrial complexes, the five conditions for a good built environment that had been derived in a previous study were used as the framework of analysis, and they were as follows: access and linkage; safety and comfort; uses and activities; identity and image; and ownership and management.

This study focused on the public spaces and landscape of decrepit industrial complexes or more specifically, the green spaces, street environment, wayfinding signs and other guidance facilities, streetlamps, public facilities such as bus stops, and streetscape including architecture in industrial complexes.

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