Volume 3, Issue 4, August 2018, Page: 118-124
The Art of Renovation Projects on HANOK in AIDIA 2013 Students Workshop
Lin Lei, Shanghai Academy of Fine Arts, Shanghai University, Shanghai, China
Lu Jin, Shanghai Academy of Fine Arts, Shanghai University, Shanghai, China
Wu Fengzhou, Shanghai Academy of Fine Arts, Shanghai University, Shanghai, China
Received: Sep. 3, 2018;       Accepted: Sep. 25, 2018;       Published: Oct. 27, 2018
DOI: 10.11648/j.jccee.20180304.14      View  176      Downloads  13
Abstract
Asia Interior Design Institute Association (AIDIA) is an academic group dedicated to the development of interior design in Asia. It was co-sponsored in 2000 by three Interior Design Society of China, Japan and Korea. Later, it has absorbed academic groups from many countries and regions such as Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, Singapore and Taiwan. With the continuous participation of new members, its influence in the academic circles of interior design in Southeast Asia is expanding. Since 2005, the international student’s workshop has been held every two year by AIDIA. It hopes to encourage teachers and students participated from different Asian countries to think of the interior design education in the context of oriental culture. It also provided a platform for teachers and students to show their talents. Each workshop will be open to all design school in Asia, and generally comprises about 100 teachers and students altogether that are from more than 20 institutions. AIDIA 2013 Students Workshop was held at Konkuk University Graduate School of Architecture in Seoul, Korea for a week. It involved teachers and students from Korea, China and Thailand. The theme of this workshop was "Renovation Project of Bukchon Hanok village", aiming to explore the protection and renovation of historic and cultural blocks through carrying out with a new dimension of the renovation project of Bukchon Hanok village that is known as the most representative Korean traditional residential area in Seoul. During the activity, students were mixed grouping, and their teachers in the guidance were from different institutions. Finally, the infinite imagination of the housing space in Bukchon Hanok village, the understanding and cognition of design themes, the colliding of ideas between different groups were presented through the form of design works. This paper introduces three projects which had different consideration and exploration in the field of art and design respectively from three different angles: etiquette culture, traditional symbols and Zen ideology.
Keywords
AIDIA, Workshop, Protection and Renovation, Historic and Cultural Block, HANOK (Traditional Korean House)
To cite this article
Lin Lei, Lu Jin, Wu Fengzhou, The Art of Renovation Projects on HANOK in AIDIA 2013 Students Workshop, Journal of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering. Vol. 3, No. 4, 2018, pp. 118-124. doi: 10.11648/j.jccee.20180304.14
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