Design Strategy Model for Sustainable Spacial Planning
International Journal of ICT-aided Architecture and Civil Engineering
The purpose of this study was to explore the methods and strategies for sustainable materials to be provided to the design industry, along with the responsibility for managing the usable alternative resources as a means to recognize and cope with the seriousness of global environmental problems. Space Re-Design is based on the respect towards humanity and nature and highlights the social responsibility to be fulfilled by the design, taking the 3 pillars of sustainable design, i.e., social
... i.e., social value, environmental value, and economic value into consideration. Space Re-Design refers to the design that is completed by reprocessing and rearranging the already used or discarded materials, not new materials such as all articles and finishing materials, necessary to re-plan the design in such a way that suits new purpose, although most portion of original space is preserved. In other words, Space Re-Design requires the methods and strategies promoting the circulatory use of materials from the aspect of comprehensive and systematic supply of materials which are recycled only through primary processing such as hitting, cutting, and folding, instead of applying heat to make new goods or products. For that, this study is meaningful in that it explored the circulatory model of materials necessary to plan and create the new sustainable space based on consideration of design history related to the tangible/intangible value of sustainable design and difference and repetition.