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A Study on A Board Fence Design with a Convergence-style Mural
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  • Journal title : Journal of Digital Convergence
  • Volume 14, Issue 5,  2016, pp.421-426
  • Publisher : The Society of Digital Policy and Management
  • DOI : 10.14400/JDC.2016.14.5.421
 Title & Authors
A Study on A Board Fence Design with a Convergence-style Mural
Park, Gun-Kyu; Kim, Won-seok; Kim, Hae-jin;
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 Abstract
This study suggests a board fence design with a convergence-style mural. The basic structure contains pictorial factors with mural paintings on the fence. It is also equipped with electricity facilities inside the fence itself, so it has not only the unique function of the fence but also the complexity and expandability in order to be used as a garden lighting and security alarm system. All the components meet the standard so they can be manufactured in a factory. Through this design proposal, this study tries to suggest a fence which encourages personal or social communication one another as well as the basic function of the fence. As a result, the fence realizes a broad convergence function of its usefulness for social functioning such as the crime prevention as well as an esthetic function.
 Keywords
Mural;Fence;Communication;Convergence design;Public design;
 Language
Korean
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