The past for the future: Seoul Design Intervention and Heritage Conservation towards an Era of U-cities

In-Souk, Cho (2012) The past for the future: Seoul Design Intervention and Heritage Conservation towards an Era of U-cities. In: ICOMOS 17th General Assembly, 2011-11-27 / 2011-12-02, Paris, France. [Conference or Workshop Item]

[img]
Preview
PDF
II-3-Article6_Souk.pdf

Download (412kB)

Abstract (in English)

The main objective of this paper is to search for a practical solution that integrates creative design with sound heritage principles amid diverse and rapid changes in the built environment of the global community. These changes are at the crossroads of development and conservation, requiring a new approach for understanding the quality of the heritage architecture of our cities. Only with this approach can the true character and appeal of our cities be unveiled in this changed environment.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Speech)
Authors:
AuthorsEmail
In-Souk, Chochoinsouk@gmail.com
Languages: English
Keywords: Creativity; Design; Built environment; Cultural heritage; Development; Conservation; Architecture; Heritage conservation; Authenticity; Towns; Cultural landscapes; U-cities; Economic development; Urban environment; Concepts
Subjects: C.ARCHITECTURE > 01. Generalities
E.CONSERVATION AND RESTORATION > 01. Generalities
E.CONSERVATION AND RESTORATION > 09. Social and economic aspects of conservation
H.HERITAGE TYPOLOGIES > 06. Cultural landscapes
H.HERITAGE TYPOLOGIES > 26. Habitations urbaines
J.HERITAGE ECONOMICS > 05. Heritage and sustainable development
ICOMOS Special Collection: Scientific Symposium (ICOMOS General Assemblies)
ICOMOS Special Collection Volume: 2011, 17th
Depositing User: Mrs Lucile Smirnov
Date Deposited: 03 Sep 2012 12:46
Last Modified: 03 Sep 2012 12:46
References: 1. Cho, In-Souk (2010) The Past for the Future: Sustainable Housing – The Korean Perspective- Keynote speech

at the World School International Forum 2010 Seoul , Korea

2. Cho, In-Souk (2010) The Past for the Future: Seoul -The role of Cultural Heritage in the Historic City of Seoul- 2010

Baekje Cultural Festival Buyeo, Chungcheongnam-do, Korea

3. Cho, In-Souk (2009) Understanding cultural Heritage of Korea, the training centre for traditional culture, the

KNUCH, Korea

4. Cho, In-Souk (2009) Integrity: Conservation vs. Relocation -Seonbawui Meditation Rock and Guksadang

National Shrine in Seoul-, “Conservation and Management of Sacred Places”, ICOMOS Thai International

Conference 2008, Bankok, Thailand

5. Cho, In-Souk (2008) The Past for the Future: Creative City and Heritage Conservation, Seoul culture forum,

Korea

6. Cho, In-Souk (2007) Traditional Korean Architecture, the 15th HMS colloquium, George Washington

University, Washington DC, USA

7. Cho, In-Souk (2005) Conservation of old residential neighborhood -Case of Bukchon in Seoul-, Housing in

Urban Context, Graduate School AAU, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

8. Cho, In-Souk (2001) Junctions; Development and Preservation, Okinawa forum, Japan foundation Asia

Centre, Japan

9. Cho, In-Souk (2007) Dokument Neupfarrplatz und Regensburg, KSOMS 10•11, Korea

10. Cho, In-Souk (2003) Conservation of Cultural Heritage in Germany with the case study of the Wies church,

Journal of Architectural History, Korea

11. Cho, In-Souk (2003) Restoration of Katzura Villa, Journal of Architectural History, Korea

12. Cho, In-Souk and Robert Koehler (2008) Seoul’s Historic Walks, Seoul foundation for arts and culture, Korea

13. Agnew, Neville, and Martha Demas, eds. (2004) Principles for the Conservation of Heritage Sites in China:

English language translation, with Chinese text, of the document issued by China ICOMOS. 2nd Printing with

revision, Los Angeles: The Getty Conservation Institute.

14. Clark, Allen D. and Clark Donald N. (1969) Seoul Past and Present, Royal Asiatic Society Korea Branch, Seoul:

Hollym Corporation

15. Cultural heritage Administration (2009) Joseon Royal Tombs on the World Heritage List, korean Heritage,

Vol.2 No.3 Autumn

16. Edmund N. Bacon (1974) Design of Cities, U.S.A., Penguin

17. Edward B. Adams (1972) Palaces of Seoul, Seoul, Taewon publishing company

18. Heo Gyun. Timothy V. Atkinson, trans. (2005) Korean Temple Motifs, Seoul, Dolbegae,

19. Janne J. Joe, Hongkyu A. Choe, (1997) Traditional Korea A cultural History, NJ•Seoul, Hollym

20. James A. Swan (1991) (an anthology) The Power of Place & Human Environment, U.S.A., Quest books- the

Theosophical Publishing house

21. Kim Dong-uk (2006) Palaces of Korea, NJ•Seoul, Hollym,

22. Korea Foundation (1996) Korean Cultural Heritage- Thought and Religion, Seoul, Samsung Munhwa Printing,

23. Lee Sang-hae (2005) Seowon- the architecture of Korea’s Private Academies, NJ•Seoul, Hollym

24. Maija Rhee Davine, trans. (2006) Hanoak-Traditional Korean Homes, NJ•Seoul, Hollym,

25. Pearson M. and Marshall D. (2006) Study of condition and integrity of historic heritage places for the 2006

State of the Environment Report, Canberra: www.deh.gov.au

26. Shin Myung-ho, Timothy V. Atkinson, trans. (2004) Joseon Royal Court Culture- Ceremonies and Daily Life,

Seoul, Dolbegae

27. UNESCO (2007) (an Anthology) Korean Philosophy: Its tradition and Modern Transformation, NJ•Seoul,

Hollym,

28. Wong, Eva (1996) Feng- Shui. Boston & London: Shambhala

29. Giovanetti, Francesco (2008), Rome 1990-2008, Urban Regeneration through Cultural Heritage, Seoul,

30. Research and Library Service Division, FACT SHEET Heritage conservation in Rome, Legislative Council

Secretariat Rome FS20/06-07

31. Chung, Yun Shun Susie (2005) 'Seoul, Korea: its concept of culture and nature in heritage planning',

International Journal of Heritage Studies, 11: 2, 95 — 111

32. Elise S. Youn (2007), A comparison of cultural district in Seoul: recent policies and possibilities for creative

industry growth, creative city conference 2007, Hongkong Institute of Planners, Hongkong
URI: http://openarchive.icomos.org/id/eprint/1181

Actions (login required)

View Item View Item

Metadata

Downloads

Downloads per month over past year

View more statistics

© ICOMOS
http://www.international.icomos.org
openarchive(at)icomos.org