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A Study on Physical Environment Design Characteristics for Social Regeneration of Residential Area
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A Study on Physical Environment Design Characteristics for Social Regeneration of Residential Area
Park, Su-Kyoung; Moon, Jeong-Min;
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 Abstract
This study derives the characteristics of physical environmental designs and formats which can serve as guidelines in spatial design for the social regeneration of residential areas. For this purpose, this study redefined factors of social regeneration in living areas and their design strategies through a theoretical review. This study also selected practical examples and investigated the characteristics of environmental design in terms of shapes, finishing, and devices used stated in the strategies for social regeneration in the given examples through field investigation. As a result, designs for communities should Maximize characteristics of daily use and formated types reused as well as use complicated and small facilities. Second, access types should make it easy to induce artificial movement, themes using finishing materials should be given, and perception media should be used to encourage physical activity. Third, psychological stability can be achieved by improving the colors used in the finishing materials, and should ensuring safe environmental facilities by design. Finally, for metaphoric contact to the properties of nature, using themes of nature in the finishing materials and in diverse devices.
 Keywords
Residential Area;Social Regeneration;Physical Environmental Design;
 Language
Korean
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