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A Study on Application of Port Hinterland by a Space Port City Interface Characteristics
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A Study on Application of Port Hinterland by a Space Port City Interface Characteristics
Hwang, Sun Ah; Kim, Jong Gu; Hong, Ji Su;
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 Abstract
The spaces of port and urban in a Port City have different space characteristics substantially, but those are required to be developed interdependently. Degradation and loss of the sense of place in the existing spaces caused by decline of natural function have an adverse effect on the revival of local economy as well as make worse image of the entire city. In some developed countries, therefore, many researches on the port spaces lagging behind the times due to changes of the characteristics and function of port spaces have been conducted continuously for a long time. This study aims at seeking a device how the domestic hinterland could be utilized as efficient spaces having the characteristics of outskirts space and port city interface through the application of characteristics of the interface space of port city, capable of playing a role as buffer zone between the port space and the city space.
 Keywords
Port city interface;Hinterland;Sence of place;
 Language
Korean
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