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Reorganization of the Main Spaces in Changdeokgung Palace during 1907~1910
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 Title & Authors
Reorganization of the Main Spaces in Changdeokgung Palace during 1907~1910
Lee, Geau-Chul;
 
 Abstract
The purpose of this study is to understand the reorganization process and its architectural characteristics of main spaces in Changdeokgung palace from 1907 to 1910. The main areas in Changdeokgung palace were maintained and repaired in 1907, but Injeongjeon area was changed in Japanese modern style from 1908 to 1910. Through the changes of royal architectural bureau in Gungnaebu, Japanese architectural engineers planned and recreated the space organization, the architectural structure and the architectural design in the new royal palace-Changdeokgung like Meiji palace which was created in Japanese-Western eclectic style.
 Keywords
Changdeokgung Palace;royal palace;modern palace;modern transition;Korean Empire;Injeongjeon area;Naejeon;Meiji Palace;Japanese-Western eclectic style;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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이왕직 건축조직의 재정과 건축활동의 특성,이규철;

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