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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN Edition III / Seoul, 2013 May 18 - 26 SEOUL Contemporary cities and urban regeneration

professors/tutors:

Seiyong Kim

Coordinator of the International Workshop 2013 - Korea University

Youngho Yeo

Dean of the Department of Architecture - Korea University

Choon Choi

Department of Architecture - Korea University

Daniel Oh

Department ABC - Politecnico di Milano

Maurizio Carones

Department ABC - Politecnico di Milano Department of Architecture - Korea University

Hangjoon Gio

Department of Architecture - Korea University

Scalingi Luca

Department ABC - Politecnico di Milano

Davide Crippa

Department ABC - Politecnico di Milano

with the participation of

Soowon Chae

Dean of the College of the Engineering - Korea University

Hyunsuk Min Seoul Institute

organization: Eunkyung Shin, Department of Architecture, Korea University Eunyoung Choi, Department of Architecture, Korea University Hanguk Lim, Department of Architecture, Korea University Yunjung Kim, Department of Architecture, Korea University places: Korea University • Anam Science Campus, Hana Square, Multimedia Room • Anam Science Campus, Hana Square room n.111 • Anam Science Campus, International Center for Converging Technology room n.601

Politecnico di Milano - School of Civil Architecture - Department ABC Korea University of Seoul - College of Engineering - Department of Architecture


INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN Third edition Edition III / 18th / 20th - 26th - 25th May May 2013 2013 SEOUL Contemporary cities and urban regeneration

organization: POLITECNICO DI MILANO SCUOLA DI ARCHITETTURA CIVILE

professors/tutors:

Seiyong Kim

Coordinator of the International Workshop 2013 - Korea University

Youngho Yeo

Dean of the Department of Architecture - Korea University

Choon Choi

Department of Architecture - Korea University

Daniel Oh

Department ABC - Politecnico di Milano

Maurizio Carones

Department ABC - Politecnico di Milano Department of Architecture - Korea University

Hangjoon Gio

Department of Architecture - Korea University

Scalingi Luca

Department ABC - Politecnico di Milano

Davide Crippa

Department ABC - Politecnico di Milano

with the participation of

Soowon Chae

Dean of the College of the Engineering - Korea University

Hyunsuk Min Seoul Institute

organization: Eunkyung Shin, Department of Architecture, Korea University Eunyoung Choi, Department of Architecture, Korea University Hanguk Lim, Department of Architecture, Korea University Yunjung Kim, Department of Architecture, Korea University places: Korea University • Anam Science Campus, Hana Square, Multimedia Room • Anam Science Campus, Hana Square room n.111 • Anam Science Campus, International Center for Converging Technology room n.601

Scuola di Architettura Civile - Politecnico di Milano Politecnico di Milano - School of Civil Architecture - Department ABC Architecture- Department - Korea University of Seoul Korea University of SeoulDepartment - College ofofEngineering of Architecture

partner:

KOREA UNVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE


INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN Edition III / 18th - 26th May 2013

AREA DIPROJECT INTERVENTO SITE Project area

THE SITE The site is located in the center of the axis, which connects from Jongmyo to Namsan and intersects the blue network of Cheonggyecheon. Located in the civic center of Seoul Metropolis, the site is surrounded with centers of historical region, cultural district, and economic operations. Changdeokgung, Changgyunggung, and Jongmyo are located in the north of the site and Hanok Village is located in the south of the site. The site is adjacent to the Daehakro, Bukchon, Chongdong, and Namchon cultural area. It has high economic potential energy since Jongro, Myungdong, and Dongdaemun commercial areas are surrounding the site. Convenient access to the site with public transportation.

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CITTÀ DEGLI ASSI THEMATIC MAP City CityofofAXIS Axis

REALIgnMEnT SySTEM And AxIAL URbAn COnSTRUCTIOn

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CITTÀ DEI SISTEMI GEOMETRICITHEMATIC CONCENTRICI MAP City of Concentriic Geometrical System City of grids

gEOEMTRy SySTEM

Research of the urban figure in the historical cartographic representations and in the modern town plannings.

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THEMATIC MAP City of Citadels

THE CITAdELS

Urban transformation through superposition of the specifical urban functions on the pre-existing historical urban fabrics and constitution of urban limits.

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CITTÀ DELLE INFRASTRUTTURE THEMATIC MAP City of infrastructures City of Limits

THE LIMITS

Natural, architectural, administrative limit as genealogy of urban development. Design opportunities and urban sign.

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THEMATIC MAP City of River Han

THE WATER SySTEM

Urban role of Cheonggyecheon channel as generator of urban form.

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CITTÀTHEMATIC DELLE ACQUE MAP City ofCity hydric resources of Waterways

HydRIC nETWORKS And dESIgn OF HySTORICAL TERRITORy

Flows and canals netoworks have always meant particular theme of land design. The recent project of Cheonggyecheon is an example of importance and new potentialities represented by the hydric resource system.

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN Edition III / 18th - 26th May 2013

THEMATIC MAP City of Contours

nATURAL ELEMEnTS

Green element and public space.

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN Edition III / 18th - 26th May 2013

FUNCTIONAL PROGRAM Land Use Plan

MIXED USE Residential

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Buisiness

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multiplex housing hotels, temporary housing commercial offices administrative building

MaStEr Plan for IMProvEMEnt of Urban EnvIronMEnt a)Basic Policy • Basic concept, spatial range to designate the preset improvement area, will be maintained. b)Estate Use Plan for Complex Usage District in Civic Area • District: mixed land use district • Land use concept: mixed land use for urban revitalization with securing green network from/to south and north • Functions: Business, commerce, culture, resident, entertainment, education/welfare, etc

[pic.

] A land re istration map

Land Use Analysis

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FUNCTIONAL PROGRAM Urban Regeneration Plan

rEGEnEratIon Buisiness - commercial productive activities (environmental friendly) HoUSInG ManaGEMEnt Plan In CIvIC arEa a) Positive Inducement of Housing • Exclusion of Limiting Usage and Floor Space Index / Offer Incentives for Housing Complex • Housing in civic area will be positively induced for preventing the phenomena of inner city decline, planning the journey-towork distance, increasing middle class, and revitalizing the urban center. • If the housing ratio is above 30%, floor space index can be relaxed to maximum 150%. • Considering regional peculiarities, estate usage plan, and location of elementary schools, changing the main usage of the district as housing can be allowed. • Adjustment as a housing district

Maintenance appointed area and maintenance methods

[pic. 4] Maintenance appointed area & Maintenance method

b) Maintenance and Preservation of Existing Housing Function • Developing the Policy of Recreating Urban Villages • For the existing residential district, which maintains the function of housing in the urban center, to improve the environment of housing, the policies of recreating urban villages will be introduced, such as road maintenance and improvement, public parking space offer, and expansion of convenient facilities. [pic. 5] Altitude analysis map

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FUNCTIONAL PROGRAM Public Spaces and Services Plan

PUblIC oPEnSPaCE Services

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schools, community center, public park, sporting center, theater, cinema, convention hall

PUblIC CUltUral, atHlEtIC, EDUCatIon, anD SPatIal faCIlItIES StatUS a)Education Facilities Status • Within Jongro Gu and Jung Gu, there are 4 universities, 4 colleges, 27 high schools, 17 middle schools, and 26 elementary schools. • There is Duksu Middle School inside the site, Hyoje Elementary School to the north of Jongro Gu, and Chungmu Elementary School to the south of Cheonggyecheon in Jung Gu. b)Cultural Facilities Status • There are various cultural facilities in the civic area:movie theaters are densely located in Jongrosamga and Chungmuro, galleries in Insadong and Sagandong, and large-scaled bookstores in Jongro. 33 museums, 89 galleries, 35 auditoriums, 24 movie theaters, and 100 libraries are included in the civic area as the center of the cultural historic sites. c)Medical Facilities Status • 8 general hospitals and 5 clinics are in Jongro Gu and Jung Gu. d)Social Welfare Facilities Status • Jongro Gu has 2 senior citizens welfare facilities, 2 disabled welfare facilities, and a welfare facility for women. In Jung Gu, there are 2 child welfare facilities, 4 disabled welfare facilities, and a welfare facility for women. In the aspects of social welfare, welfare facilities need to be expanded and improved.

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∙Most of the area around the site is surrounded by Naesa Mountain which is less

FUNCTIONAL PROGRAM Infrastructures Plan

than 40m in height.

∙Saewoon Redevelopment District is 88.2% (about 386,903.5m2) of basin which is less than 30m in altitude. Some part along Toegyero is above 30m (11.8%, about 51,681.6m2) ∙Southern part of the site is connected to the ridge of Namsan Park and mostly

traffIC roaDS anD PUblIC traSPortatIon a) Road Status • There are 384km of roads in the downtown center. Ratio of the road in Jongro Gu is 20.94% and Jung Gu is 18.59%. This is lower than the average ratio of Seoul (21.46%). • The blocks are composed with narrowstreet network and most streets (70 percent of the entire road length) are less than 12m width. • Jongro, Cheonggyecheonro, Eulgiro, and Toegyero connect the civic area from east to west and Sejongro, Taepyoungro, Namdaemunro, Samilro, and Heunginmunro from south to north. Hangangro, Banporo, and Hannamro on the south, Euijuro and Sungsanro on the west, Wangsanro and Wangsibrigil connect to the main highway in Seoul. b) Subway Status 1. Subway Line Status • Subway is the most popular transportation system in Seoul. In civic area and around Cheonggyecheon, subway line 1(red), 2(green), and 5(violet) connect from east to west, line 3(orange), 4(blue), and 6(brown) from south to north. • There are total of 6(brown) lines, 13.7km of length, and 37 stations are operating in the site area. Among them, 13 stations are transit stations, such as Sicheong, Jongro3ga, Dongdaemun Stadium and so on. 2. Underground Circulation Status • Jongro3ga, Eulgiro3ga, Chungmuro, and Eulgiro4ga stations have underground pedestrian network. • There are underground shopping centers in Jongro4ga and Eulgiro station, and underground parking in the basement of Saewoon Shopping Center.

composed with basin.

b)Geographical Features ∙Most of the site in Saewoon Redevelopment District is plane (98.8%, about 433,214.6m2) where grade is less than 5%, 1.71% of the site is 5-10% in grade, and 0.05% of the area is more than 20% in grade.

Street network - Underground circulation systems

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FUNCTIONAL PROGRAM green Areas Plan

Park and Green Network Status a)Green Network Status in Park • There are 57 parks in Jongro Gu and Jung Gu. The gross area of parks in Jongro Gu is 9.97 km2, which is 41.69% of the total area of Jongro Gu. Its park area per capita is 52m2, which is much higher than that of Seoul and Jung Gu 1.97m2. • The national park and city natural park, such as Bukak, Inwang, and Bukhan mountains, are mostly located in Jongro Gu so that luxuriant green network can be formed. However, there are relatively less small scaled parks, which people may easily access. In Jung Gu, there is Namsan Park, which is absolutely insufficient in green network when compared to Jongro Gu and most commercial areas already exist. Therefore, it is difficult to expand the area for new park. • In the case of inner city area, parks secured by urban redevelopment project lack connectivity with thegreen network because the project is performed by each project unit. • The parksare not sufficient in Cheonggyecheon area except Hunreonwon Park, Dongmyo, and Yongdu park. However, after restoration of Cheonggyecheon, blue network and parks will be planned to connect with Samil Apartment and Wangsibri area. b)Green Network Status around the Site • There’s Jongmyo (area 194,331m2), registered in the World Cultural Heritage, on the north, Tapgol Park (area 15,720m2) on the northwest, Mukjeong Park (area 4,005m2) on the east, and Namsan Park on the south part of the site. • Inhyeon Children’s Park, southern part of the Duksu Middle School, is included in the site.

[pic. 4] Maintenance appointed area & Maintenance method

Altitude analysis map

[pic. 5] Altitude analysis map

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TEMI PROGETTUALI - DESIGN L’asse urbano TIPS Project Themes - The urban aixs axis

SAEWOONSANGA

LINEAR CITY

The street as architectural place, urban episode

Functional reorganization along the urban infrastructure

URBAN BLOCK Block’s measure as matrix for new urban settlement

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TEMI PROGETTUALI - DESIGN L’asse urbano TIPS Project Themes - The urban Functions aixs

THE FUNCTION

ACCESSIBILITY

Green space, new development and reconversion

Punctual element which determines relationship between urban spaces

USABILITY

THE LIMITS

Pedestrian connection with the movement through urban spaces

Project about border area

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN Edition III / 18th - 26th May 2013

PROJECT GROUPS

Group 1

Group 2

Group 3

Group 4

Group 5

Group 6

Group 7

Project:

THE IMPORTANCE OF THE LINES

Students:

Alessandro Atzori, Simone Caffaroni, Andrea Perego, Soo Young Lee, Hyun Do Yoo

Project:

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Students:

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Project:

S(E)OUL

Students:

Changee Han, Christine Nicole Farley, Ju Won Park, Jun Yoiung Park, Mattia Ballerio

Project:

CONCEPT

Students:

Salvatore Petrolo, Giacomo Balestra, Jiyoung Hwang, Jihong Min, Ekaterina Shafray

Project:

SAEWOONSANGA SEOUL-UTION

Students:

Ali Kiblawi, Elisa Nicoletto, Anna Dempsey, Jee Eun Han, Sae Yoon Kim

Project:

CONSTRUCTIVE CITY

Students:

Alberto del Cane,Aisana Baihakhanova, Chong Liu, Handong Yoo, Yildiz Haseki

Project:

WATER MEMORIES

Students:

Giulia Pomponi, Cecilia Simonetta, Lorenzo Visioli Seong Kyun Ji, Gene Eu

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN Edition III / 18th - 26th May 2013 THE IMPORTANCE OF THE LINES The study of the tracks has allowed us to identify some important guidelines our area. We have divided into 3 categories that we have highlighted with 3 diferent colors: The first, RED, is the line which incorporates the roads that were directly cut off by the Sewoon Sangga. The second, ORANGE, shows the reference lines of 1959, which were the last lines before the construction of the Sangga and even a small portion of the city, so it is not easily recognizable. From the intersection between the various guidelines and our building, we have identified some interesting points, which we’re going to develop in our project. These common points will be the focus of our work of redeveloping the building. The ability to work on several levels, using the Sangga as an axis that combines the mountains of the north and south, and the ability to open new horizons throughout the building, has led us to begin a retraining course.The idea is to create new spaces on the street, the pedestrian path and roof,

GROUP 1

Alessandro Atzori, Simone Caffaroni, Andrea Perego, Soo Young Lee, Hyun Do Yoo

Project Map creating the shape of squares directly connected to the overlapping lines. Some of them will be suspended and will open up new perspectives of the city. Using the Sangga as a bridge, the idea is to bring together the upper and lower parts of the city, creating a continuous pedestrian street, new resting spaces and elevating part of the city to the level of DECK.The squares are our most important thing. We use it to not only create new points of view on the city, but also create new resting spaces and new business opportunities. The idea is to stop people, offering them a city that is always different and with different degrees of interest. Street level is dynamic in movement while the top level can be c onsidered static. The deck level, existing between the two levels, can be interpreted as a mixture of these two status. The last level instead is the point of relax, hanging in the sky and difeerent in each block. Starting from the study of the tracjs we have come to the realization of an urban route on multiple levels, which transforms the city. We hope that this will lead a new life to our building, to the project area and the whole city of Seoul.

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN Edition III / 18th - 26th May 2013

GROUP 2

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Project Map -

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN Edition III / 18th - 26th May 2013

GROUP 3

Changee Han, Christine Nicole Farley, Ju Won Park, Jun Yoiung Park, Mattia Ballerio

S(E)OUL Project Map Using green technology to combine old and new. Using nature to connect lifes inside the city. Create an environment that blends together tradition and future developments. Create something that is not a just a temporary definition of the city. We want to create its core. We want to create it’s Soul. SWOT: -located on the major city axis; -a lot of commercial potential; -close to major focal points in the city (JONG MYO and NAM Mnt.) -poor architectural quality of the surroundings; -poor use of the area; -lack of green areas; -lack of light makes it feel unsafe; -creation of a new commercial area that includes major city ci- tes given the strong connections; -implementation of the urban quality; -increase of tourism; -area could potentially become a slum; -devaluation of the urban elements and quality of life and of the historical sites. GOAL: - 1 YEAR: Creation of some initil part of the project to verify community reaction and to shw them what we want to achieve. - 5 YEARS: Complete the park and the commer- cial area and estabilishing new job opportunities

and new functions. - 10 YEARS: Increase the commercial poten- tial of the area and sorroundings. Obtain a better quality of life throu- ghout the entire neighbourhood. - 20 YEARS:Have the area recongnized as a new urban model: efficient and successful. directionS Vertically, using grand corridor as connection betwe- en existing green landscape (JONG MYO and NAM mtn). COMPLEXITY Providing different programs and destinations to the areas of the park. Connecting different interests and creating a social variety that turns it into something more than just a commercial area. SUSTAINABLITY Use of different ecofriendly elements and making the area self-sufficient thanks to solar panels, green roofs and vertical gardens. This will reduce the carbon use and re- duce city temperatures and will make the area an avantgard urban model for the city. PreSerVAtion We want to ensure that the community identity is nor cancelled or denied. We want to maintain the memory of the site with the preservation of historical urban grid. This becomes a major feature of the layout of the new project and park area.

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GROUP 4

Salvatore Petrolo, Giacomo Balestra, Jiyoung Hwang, Jihong Min, Ekaterina Shafray

CONCEPT Project Map The project stems from the study of historical maps and routes to the different historical thresholds. In particular, three thresholds have been identified in which we highlight the main changes in the area: 1394, 1927, 1958. The project uses two different approaches: one for the underground part and one for the part at zero. The basement wants to create an “archaeological dig� area so as to bring out the traces of different historical thresholds ranging to draw the internal paths of the different plates. The aboveground part, however, comes from the schematic of the

current situation where the paths become linear buildings and buildings of the status quo draw the zero level as a series of squares at different levels. The project at the base of the study of mega-structures as catalysts in the redevelopment of the area. The mega want to be a new way to build the lower town to the Seoul of the future. The functional program provides parking, a cultural center, and commercial production areas in the underground plate served by several subway stops and, instead, for the part above ground areas are provided for tertiary centers and residential functions.


INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN Edition III / 18th - 26th May 2013

GROUP 5

Ali Kiblawi, Elisa Nicoletto, Anna Dempsey, Jee Eun Han, Sae Yoon Kim

SAEWOONSANGA SEOUL-UTION The city of Seoul has a rich history which has contributed to its urban fabric. Inspired by this history, the project aims to bring to the surface a network of historic roads and create an architectural design based on this

Project Map system. The concept is based on the tracks which prescribe the circulation through the space. Platforms were then created and infilled with spaces for commercial and cultural use.

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Tracciati del 1394

Tracciati del 1959

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Tracciati del 1840

Second oor p an

Tracciati del 1927

Con ept development

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN Edition III / 18th - 26th May 2013

GROUP 6

Alberto del Cane,Aisana Baihakhanova, Chong Liu, Handong Yoo, Yildiz Haseki

CONSTRUCTIVE CITY Project Map The project is concentrated on Seoul’s requalification area, the Sewoon Sangga district. A theme is given to single teams, in our case, the keyword was the ‘structure’, with the main purpose of representing primarily the structural qualities of the project. At the beginning, necessary discussions are made in order to interchange different opinions of the students. This process led the team to determine the fundamental guide lines to follow. Considering the fact that it was an international workshop, aiming to identify a potential project with the ‘structure’ theme, we took Archigram’s work as our main references. Determined and covered by potential structures, huge spaces are created in order to support different forms of other structures which composes a unique system. This composition permits to create a flexible space organization under the massive structure. Secondary elements such as ‘tubes’ are considered as linking structures which have the task of connecting the core spaces. The analysis made on the project

site led to consider the preexistent elements as our principal references. The basic idea was to begin with a regular grid on the main eight sites. ‘Sewoon Sangga Building’ is seen as the center point of this grid. The orientation is following the imaginary parallels from Sewoon Sangga to east and west, while the existent building itself keeps the north-south connection between two mountains of the city of Seoul. The huge tower-like structures are planned to be used as commercial areas. The surrounding massing is created by smaller spaces with a lower height in accordance with the purpose of creating a strong contrast between two different types. Vertical drop is given due to its possibility to create a dynamic elevation on the general image. Public spaces such as green corridors are thought as linear elements which contibutes to connectivity created by the tubes. The horizontal and vertical accesses of the whole system are both created inside the structure. They are presenting a continious inclination on the urban profile which gives opportunity to the visitor to have different angles and views of sight.

3rd INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

YILDIZ HASEKI, AISANA BAIMAKHANOVA

SEOUL, CONTEMPORARY CITY AND URBAN REGENERATION

ALBERTO DEL CANE, CHONG LIU, HANDONG YOO

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN Edition III / 18th - 26th May 2013

GROUP 7

Giulia Pomponi, Cecilia Simonetta, Lorenzo Visioli, Seong Kyun Ji, Gene Eu

WATER MEMORIES Project Map Our project aims to increase the urban enviroment of the surrounding area of Saewoongsanga. We started from the study of old waterways and old roads of the area, secondly we tried to improve the section of Cheonggyechon in order to create a more natural landscape. We meant to renovate Saewoongsanga by

Water Memories - Project Issue

changing functions, and connecting two part of it with a green square. On the riversides of the restored waterways we proposed a new modular building, whie new pavement replaced the old one and facsdes were put on he existing fabrics. Little by little the whole area will be revitalized by themself respecting people living there.

Our ongsanga. We started from the study of old waterways and old roads of th condly we tried to improve the section of Cheonggyecheon in order to cre natural landscape. We meant to renovate Saewoongsanga by changing fun connecting two parts of it with a green square. On the riversides of the re terways we proposed a new modular building, while new pavement replaced and facades were put on the existing fabrics. Little by little the whole area wi lized by themselfs respecting people living there.

Actual Conditions

Waterways

Cheonggyecheon

Saewoonsanga new Buildings

Concept

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN Edition III / 18th - 26th May 2013 SUBMISSION GUIDELINE

n°3 A2 horizontal tables (PDF,DWG files) organized as following: • n°1 table including designs, schemes, diagrams which represent the relationship between Project Site and its surrounding areas • n°1 table dedicated to the planimetric and volumetric design in scale 1:5000, according to the conventional graphic method • n°1 table including plans, sections, elevations, prospectives and other designs in architectural scales properly chosen

WORKSHOP SUBMISSION GUIDELINE & SCHEDULE

SCHEDULE

saturday 18 may 2013 Saewoonsanga area, Seoul

14.00-16.00

thursday 23 may 2013 KU - Anam Science Campus, Hana Square - room n.111

Design Lab

Visit to the project site

KU - Anam Science Campus, Hana Square, Multimedia Room

Design Lab

KU - Anam Science Campus, Hana Square - room n.111

14.00-16.00 16.00-18.00

International Seminar on Seoul monday 20 may 2013 KU - Anam Science Campus, Hana Square, Multimedia Room

Opening Ceremony

KU - Anam Science Campus, Hana Square - room n.111

10.00-12.00 14.00-18.00

Design Lab

friday 24 may 2013 KU - Anam Science Campus, Hana Square - room n.111

Design lab Cd-rom Each project team has to deliver their own project materials saved on a Cd-rom

10.00-12.00

KU - Anam Science Campus, International Center for Converging Technology - room n.601 tuesday 21 may 2013 KU - Anam Science Campus, Hana Square - room n.111

Design Lab

KU - Anam Science Campus, Hana Square - room n.111

First Presentation Seoul

10.00-16.00 16.00-19.00

Final presentation & Closing Ceremony 09.00-11.30 11.30-13.00 14.00-18.00

Seoul’s Contemporary Architectures

wednesday 22 may 2013 KU - Anam Science Campus, Hana Square - room n.111

Design Lab

KU - Anam Science Campus, Hana Square - room n.111

Design Lab

KU - Anam Science Campus, Hana Square - room n.111

10.00-12.00 14.00-16.00 16.00-18.00

Mid-term Presentation

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