노르딕 전통디자인 요소와 유기적인 커뮤니티의 조합은
강변에 다이나믹하며 수려한 커튼월 공간을 탄생시켰다.
통섭디자인은 건축을 뛰어넘어 다방면의 전문가들의
협업을 통하여 소셜네트워크 공간으로 디자인 된다.
인터그레이티드 디자인, 그린디자인, 헬스 디자인, 밸류 디자인
각기 다른 전문가의 협업을 통하여 구축된 커뮤니티 스페이스는
지역주민들에게 커다란 랜드마크 장소로써 제공된다.
그렇게 하여 디자인된 커뮤니티 스페이스의 기본은
인간중심 디자인으로 이용자들의 쾌적성과 안락함을
우선시 하며 지역주민의 삶의 패러다임에 커다란 영향을 미친다.
우리가 주목해야 할 것은 강변에 비친 커튼월의 형태가 아니라
지역 커뮤니티의 새로운 형성과정을 표현하는 공간의
깊이일 것 이다.
reviewed by SJ
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