Applicability of Accessibility Analysis at Large Urban Park Design Process - Four Award-Winning Designs at the Chuncheon Park Master Plan Competition


Urban Design


This study examined the possibility of using network analysis in the design process of large urban parks. We analyzed four award-winning schemes of the “Chuncheon Citizen Park Master Plan Design Competition,” held to transform the Chuncheon Camp Page site into a civic park. As a result of network and correlation analyses between the design proposals and the current urban environment-city buildings, bus stations, and Chuncheon train station-to see whether the designer’s intentions are appropriately implemented, proposal A showed high relation, while proposal B was low. In the C and D proposals, the correlations between the design and buildings and the train station were low, respectively. This study gives three implications. First, the trade-off method integrated with empirical accessibility analysis and the designer’s conceptual design can reflect the existing urban contexts; therefore, it could be applied to the park design, even useful in the technical review phase of a park design competition. Second, the designer can continuously update the city-park connectivity and park circulation plan presented conceptually through empirical accessibility analysis to enhance the rationality of the design. Third, the trade-off method proposed can guide the future urban development of surrounding neighborhoods to improve the city-park connectivity.


Large Urban Park Design, Camp Page, Design Process Using Accessibility


우정현, & 최혜영. (2021). 대형공원 설계 과정에서 접근성 분석의 활용성 고찰 - 춘천 시민공원 마스터 플랜 설계공모 수상작을 중심으로. 한국도시설계학회지 도시설계, 22(5), 91-104.