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International Competition For Re-structuring Seunsangga Citywalk
In the past, the urban fabric of Seoul had a flow of East and West. However, the period of Japanese imperialism and modernization made a break in the urban organization, and it changed to the north and south direction. Seunsangga citywalk in the north - south direction should act as an urban mediator to restore the urban structure in the east - west direction by accepting the urban activities of the east and west.
Seunsangga is an industrial block in the downtown area, and has small-scale production facilities related to electricity, electronics, metal, machinery and printing. There are signs of deep life in Seunsangga block and nearby industrial complex. The unique industrial structure of Seunsangga block, where various industries of various sizes and fields grew through close networks, is valuable as a future tourism infrastructure. The theme, which can be found by observing various industrial groups, can provide tourists with an urban culture experience route. Tourists will find a place where there is a trail of fierce life that has made the development of South Korea.
Taking advantage of the industrial structural characteristics of Seunsangga, we introduce a new trading system called "social product manufacturing method". This makes it easier for customers to realize their ideas. By linking production networks built between existing small factories to customers through a "social product creation platform", merchants can be activated more efficiently and customers can interact more easily.
PERMEATION, Re-structuring Seunsangga Citywalk
Seoul Metropolitan Government
Seoul, South Korea
TYPS.lab + Architects Ganyang Et cetera
Yeol Park and Min Cheol Park
Jun-su Choi, Kun-woo Lee, Jun-young Kim, Hyun-tae Kim