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The Landscape Design of Sejong Center Square by applying the Combination of Geometric Lines
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 Title & Authors
The Landscape Design of Sejong Center Square by applying the Combination of Geometric Lines
Jeong, Jeong-Sup; Hong, Young-Rok; Kwon, Sang-Zoon; Shin, Byung-Cheul; Choi, Yeon-Chul;
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 Abstract
This landscape design is a work for which we selected the square of Sejong Center for the Performing Arts as a object area, drew inhuman factors, and tried to restore them to human environment. This plan assumes that excessive urban environment results from disorder and man can keep it in order and restore it to human environment through the progressive process of speculation. In this plan, we included the least parking space and nearby roads in the object area to maximize the location feature and the symbol of cultural space, and planned that the object area may play its role of open space in the downtown. To grant the symbol of culture space, we established the progressive process of speculation and the relationship of mu, heaven and earth, and culture, geometrically diagrammatized it, combined the circular and rectangular lines derived from it, and suggested a plan. Urban environment will continue to change in the future. However, as long as it is not ensured that the change will progress upward, city would be far from human environment anyhow. Effects to display inhuman space overlooked in the downtown and restore it to human environment for citizen and location for man, should continue.
 Keywords
Human environment;Progressive process of speculation;Symbolic formation;
 Language
English
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