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崇阁运河修复工程
ChonGae Canal Restoration Project

Mikyoung Kim设计:重开运河修复项目是一项雄心勃勃的重建计划,它改变了韩国首尔的城市结构。这项设计是一项国际竞赛的获奖项目,在这条七英里长的绿色走廊的起点,庆祝城市净化的地表径流和路基径流的源头。主要的竞争要求是强调朝鲜和韩国未来的统一。该项目通过使用朝鲜和韩国八个省捐赠的当地石头象征着这一政治努力。单独的石头构成了城市广场和八个径流采光点的框架,代表了城市中心改造的统一努力。
Mikyoung Kim Design: The ChonGae Canal Restoration Project is an ambitious redevelopment initiative that transformed the urban fabric of Seoul, Korea. This design was the winning project in an international competition and celebrates the source point of cleansed surficial and sub grade runoff from the city at the start of this seven mile green corridor. The main competition requirement was to highlight the future reunification of North and South Korea. The project symbolizes this political effort through the use of donated local stone from each of the eight provinces of North and South Korea. The individual stones act to frame the urban plaza and the eight source points where runoff is daylighted and represents the unified effort in the transformation of this urban center.

ChonGae Canal Restoration Project

© Taeoh Kim

ChonGae Canal Restoration Project

© Taeoh Kim

ChonGae Canal Restoration Project

© Taeoh Kim

ChonGae Canal Restoration Project

© Taeoh Kim

ChonGae Canal Restoration Project

© Taeoh Kim

ChonGae Canal Restoration Project

© Taeoh Kim

ChonGae Canal Restoration Project

© Taeoh Kim

ChonGae Canal Restoration Project

© Taeoh Kim

ChonGae Canal Restoration Project

© Taeoh Kim

ChonGae Canal Restoration Project

© Taeoh Kim

ChonGae Canal Restoration Project

© Mikyoung Kim

ChonGae Canal Restoration Project

© Mikyoung Kim

ChonGae Canal Restoration Project

© Mikyoung Kim

ChonGae Canal Restoration Project

© Mikyoung Kim

ChonGae Canal Restoration Project

© Mikyoung Kim

ChonGae Canal Restoration Project

© Mikyoung Kim

ChonGae Canal Restoration Project

© Mikyoung Kim

ChonGae Canal Restoration Project

© Mikyoung Kim

ChonGae河修复项目位于这条七英里绿色走廊的重要源头,该走廊始于城市的中央商业区。我们的目标是重建这条污染严重、被覆盖的水道,拆除近四英里的地面和高架公路基础设施,将城市分割开来。其结果是在这条以前的车辆通道上创建了一个以行人为中心的区域,将人们带到历史悠久的崇盖河,同时缓解洪水并改善水质。这次国际设计比赛的目的是在一个高度活跃的公共广场上创造一个象征性的象征,展示朝鲜和韩国未来的统一。这项获奖提案通过使用当地材料和八种水源确定了八个省份。从八个区域中的每一个区域开采的区域石头、八个水源点和光纤灯突出了这一统一和恢复的合作努力。
The ChonGae River Restoration Project is located at the important source point of this seven-mile green corridor that begins in the central business and commercial district of the city. The goal was to restore this highly polluted and covered water-way with the demolition of nearly four miles of at grade and elevated highway infrastructure that divided the city. The outcome is the creation of a pedestrian focused zone from this former vehicular access way that brings people to the historic ChonGae River while mitigating flooding and improving water quality. The charge of this international design competition was to create a symbolic representation of the future reunification of North and South Korea within a highly active public plaza. This winning proposal defined the eight provinces through the use of local materials and eight sources of water. Regional stone quarried from each of the eight areas, eight source points of water and fiber-optic light highlight this collaborative effort of reunification and restoration.

该设计以一小时一小时、一季一季的水位为指导,同时解决了季风季节强烈风暴期间发生的灾难性洪水问题。独特的斜坡和阶梯石元素允许读取不同水位,同时鼓励公众直接参与河流。这一地区的恢复是这条7英里长河流的重大重建工作的第一步,也是目前雄心勃勃的建筑重建项目的第一步,这些项目将这一天然流域与城市联系起来。自2005年10月在主广场举行剪彩仪式以来,已有近1000万游客和居民参观了这条河。
The design was guided by the water levels from hour to hour and season to season, while addressing the catastrophic flooding that occurs during intense storms in the Monsoon season. The unique sloped and stepped stone elements allow for a reading of the various levels of water while encouraging direct public engagement with the river. The restoration of this area is the first step in a major redevelopment effort of this seven-mile river and current ambitious architectural redevelopment projects that frame this natural drainage basin to the city. Since the ribbon cutting ceremony in October 2005 on the main plaza, nearly 10 million visitors and residents have visited the river.

除了环境恢复工作外,这座城市的开放空间已经成为急需更多公共景观的城市的中心聚集地。二级水质水平允许家庭来到这条历史悠久的河流,并与之重新接触。在传统的新年节日、政治集会、时装秀和摇滚音乐会等专业活动中,广场和水源地都以创新的方式重新定义。最近,游客在运河中投掷的硬币被从盆地中收集,数千美元被捐赠给当地慈善机构。
In addition to the environmental restoration effort, this urban open space has become a central gathering place for the city which is in dire need of more public landscapes. The Class II water quality level has allowed for families to come and reengage with this historical river. During specialized events such as the traditional New Year’s festivals, political rallies, fashion shows and rock concerts both the plaza and the Water Source area get redefined in inventive ways. Recently, coins that were tossed in the canal by visitors were collected from the basin and thousands of dollars were donated to local charities.

预算:120万美元
Project Title: ChonGae Canal Restoration Project
Landscape Architecture: Mikyoung Kim Design
Project Location: Central Seoul, Korea
Project Type: Urban Park
Date of Completion: October 2007
Owner/Client: Seoul Metropolitan Government
Photographer: Taeoh Kim
Drawings/Renderings: Mikyoung Kim Design
Materials: Granite, Water, Fiber Optic Lighting
Year: 2005
Commissioning Entity: Seoul Metropolitan Government
Budget: $24 m.
Dimensions: 91,000 sq. m [22.5 acres]
Public Art: $24 m.
Budget: $1.2 m

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