동아시아경관연구(구 휴양 및 경관연구) 제12권 제1호 (p.71-81)

A Study on a Landscape Management Plan for the Intensive Landscape Management Zone in Muju County

키워드 :
Muju County,Landscape Planning,Intensive Landscape Management Zone

목차

ABSTRACT
1. Introduction
  1.1 Background and Objective of Study
  1.2 Subject Area of Study
2. Literature Reviews
3. Methods
4. Survey and Analysis of Current Status
  4.1 Current Status of Landscape in the BasicLandscape Plan of Muju County
  4.2 Current Status of Int
5. Basic Direction for LandscapePlanning
  5.1 Basic Direction for Landscape Planning ofMuju county
  5.2 Basic Direction for Intensive LandscapeManagement Zone
6. Landscape Guidelines for EachElement of the Intensive LandscapeManagement Zone
  6.1 Muju IC Meeting Plaza
  6.2 Area of Bandi Land and Taekwondowon
  6.3 Muju Resort and Area of Entrance toGucheondong valley of Muju
7. Measures for Implementation ofIntensive Landscape ManagementZone Plans
8. Conclusions
References

초록

This study on the intensive landscape management zone of Muju county in Korea was conducted for the purpose of first, developing landscape guidelines that take the current conditions of the landscape in the area and tourists’ requirements into account and second, exploring ways to implement them. The current conditions of the landscape resources in the area were analyzed by conducting a theoretical examination; a survey of the current status of the landscape; and a questionnaire survey of the local people, tourists, and public officials. Based on the result of those surveys, the guidelines for the landscape design of the intensive landscape management zone were set, and measures to implement them were explored. The results of this study are as follows: 1. For the building landscape of the Meeting plaza at Muju IC, a variable structure made of natural materials is suggested for the extended space in front of the mall, while an integrated design of street furniture and installation of a landmark and its design are suggested for the streetscape. 2. For the area of Bandi Land and Taekwondowon, improvement of the street structure for the main street and of the height of the buildings, taking the view of mountains into account, is suggested, and the design is also proposed. 3. For the Muju Resort and entrance to the Gucheondong valley of Muju, building planning that takes fine natural views into account, as well as reorganization of public and commercial signboards, are suggested, and the design is also proposed. 4. For the implementation of these plans, focus is placed on the current status of land use by zone. First, implementation of landscape projects and switching to a roundabout at the entrance are proposed for the Muju IC Meeting Plaza. Second, a district-unit plan is suggested for Bandi Land and Taekwondowon areas because new development projects are planned for them. Third, a landscape agreement is suggested for the Muju Resort and the area of entrance to the Gucheondong valley of Muju because those are already-developed areas where active commercial activities are performed.