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A study on design strategy of urban parks in Seoul: focusing on cases of DreamForest, Magok Central Park, and Yongsan Park
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A study on design strategy of urban parks in Seoul: focusing on cases of DreamForest, Magok Central Park, and Yongsan Park
Park, Hoon; Oh, Min-Jun;
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 Abstract
Park planning is done in a way to satisfy various expectations, including providing green space and offering urban space with specific and detailed strategies. This study focuses on large-scale parks that have been built since 2000 or that are going to be built. Their significance in the city was analyzed along with strategic characteristics for designing urban parks, and implications are suggested. First, the design aspects of urban parks have gradually tended towards flexibility for adapting to the diverse surrounding environments. Relating the parks to the surrounding area is realized through connection with facilities or planning to process the border area smoothly. Second, unlike in the past, urban parks are not just simply used as a resting space but play other productive and complex roles in the urban space for healing in the community. Third, six design strategies are being applied in these parks through mutually complex relations. Relations with external parties and planning inside the parks add more importance to the park for the community. Fourth, the changes of vertical time are reflected in park planning strategies and tend to form a floor plan. This is associated with growing park planning and is being realized as a major characteristic in urban park planning strategies.
 Keywords
DreamForest;Large park design strategies;Landscape;Magok;Urban Park;Yongsan;
 Language
Korean
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