How can people be engaged in appropriating 

 industrial regeneration? 

 Participatory Regeneration of Abandoned Industrial Areas 

Local people can directly participate in the process of regenerating abandoned industrial areas that are left in cities due to changes of industrial structure. The whole process of system including the role of local governments will be shared through the platform.

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End of Studies Project of Master's Degree

Solo Project

2019

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SOLO

PROJECT

FIELD STUDY
DESIGN THINKING
USER JOURNEY MAP
USER SCENARIO
PERSONAS
URBAN DESIGN
SERVICE DESIGN
SERVICE DESIGN
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE DESIGN
BRANDING DESIGN
FURNITURE DESIGN
GRAPHIC DESIGN
APPLICATION DESIGN
UI
UX
3D GRAPHIC
URBAN REGENERATION
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Basically, I would like to emphasize that this project was carried out by thoroughly adapting Design-Thinking and Double diagram methodology. Each process is referred to in each section so that it can follow the process through the whole project. 

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personal interests
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In recent years, I have become interested in the renovation of old industrial abandoned spaces and their values, as there have been many changes in transition on urban regeneration

A Type of 

Urban Regeneration Process 

  

Sketch

2018

Seunghoon HAN

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URBAN REGENERATION

ABANDONED

INDUSTRIAL AREA

RE-VITALIZATION

< Change of Industrial Structure by Time >

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I was wondering the process how it was made. Then, I started to research a case-study on Tate Mordern in London. From this moment, the end of studies project for my master degree was begun.

 
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PHASE 0

phase 0 - case study
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Tate Modern Museum in London, one of the successful case study of urban regeneration from abandoned industrial facilities is well-organized to prove how it happened. So I visited the place and studies the place in order to understand the contextual process. 

A Case Study of the Successful 

Urban Regeneration, Tate Modern 

  

A3 Poster

2018

Seunghoon HAN

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The Power Plant was Neglected quite Long time and Difficult to have a proper decision-making 

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BANKSIDE

POWER PLANT

2000

TATE MODERN MUSEUM

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As another successful example of urban regeneration, Nantes. I came across the history of the city, and defined the problematics to deep into the notions on the industrial heritages.

A Research of the Case Study of 

the Heritage in Creative City, Nantes 

  

A3 Poster

2018

Seunghoon HAN

Urban Regeneration of Heritage in Creative Cities
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Location

Industry

Crucial Transition

Regeneration

NANTES, FRANCE

SHIPBUILDING

1990s BECAUSE OF INDUSTRY CRISIS

NEGLECTED ABOUT 30 YEARS

UNTIL DECIDING THE ABANDONED AREA

TO FILL WITH CULTURAL ASPECTS

 
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PHASE 1

phase 1 - background of regeneration
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Firstly I found out why and how urban regeneration happened.

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Due to industrialization and rapid changes in industrial structure, the city's shape has spontaneously regenerated and this has been taken as a question of the sustainability of the legacy left in the city.

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Every element that constitutes a city has its value as a heritage, and judging the value of preservation in urban change is as important as development for a more comfortable life.

The problem is...

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Neglected Time among Successful  Regeneration Places in Europe 

  

Researched Data

2018

Seunghoon HAN

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Operating Period

Neglected Period

After Regeneration

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As you can see in the table above, the selected industrial areas in Europe that promote successful urban regeneration have gone through decades of neglect. The problem can be cited as a number of problems that occurred during this period.

phase 1 - define problematics 
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Urban regeneration has been already an inevitable choice for cities. I want to find a way to make the right decision at the moment of choice.

phase 1 - why nantes(france)

In 1987, when the Last Boat left 

the shipyards in Nantes 

Youtube Video

2017

France 3 Pays de la Loire

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After the oil crisis of the shipbuilding industry in Nantes, there were still many neglected areas are easily found because of hesitating for the right decision of the usage.

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To research the remnants from the collapsing due to the industrial crisis and to focus on the urban transition on Nantes, a world class city in shipbuilding industry

Photo Montage of the Crisis 

over Shipbuilding Idustry in Nantes  in 1970s 

Photoshop Visualization

2018

Seunghoon HAN

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Industrial Heritages in Nantes which were recently Regenerated or Remained over the Transition of the Crisis in 1970s 

Le Patrimoine Industriel Nantais

2015

Nantes Patrimoine Vivant

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Due to the short-term industrial structure, various kinds of industrial facilities were left unattended, and at the same time, I tried to listen the inhabitants on those issues.

So this project finally identified the green network and urban flow of the entire city as follows and selected Cap44 as the target site. 

Green Network in Nantes is  Named as a "Green-Star" and it is 

Well-Connected over the City 

Pierre Artus

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Lack of connectivity as the 

"Green-Star" Network 

on the area of Bas-Chantenay

jardins.nantes.fr

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Cap 44, Nantes

Originally Built for a Flour Factory

and Neglected for Last 50 Years.

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Questionnaire is about

- Industrial Heritage in Nantes 

- How they think of those remains

- The Degree of participatory intention to the city

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Not only does this building have historical heritage value, but it has also been debated for decades about its existence. On this process, I hypothesized that there was a lack of active participation other than voting by citizens or oral discussion. So I directly went to the site  and received participatory opinions from local residents.

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3 Direction of the Objective

- Discovering and Connecting Values to Engage

- Involvement of User-Led Experience and Flow

- Industrial "DATA" Regeneration in Smart City

 
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PHASE 2

phase 2 - create three concepts from the selected directions
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From the question, "how people can be involved in industrial regeneration, it begins a process of thinking in three different directions. Through the poster presentation, I explain why I choose participatory design for this era, and the specific ideas for each concepts.

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Project's Positioning

DESIGN THINKING

Introduction and Theme of the project

Direction and Reasons why with Participatory

Design Concept 01 : Digital Engagement

Design Concept 02 : Experiencing Projection

POSTER

POSTER

Design Concept 03 : Sharing Physical Space

User Personas

Presentation Poster of Phase 2 

End of Studies Project 

  

Print (1,600 x 1,700)

2018 

Seunghoon HAN

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Phase 2 - Poster
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Through the schematic diagram below, I show the government's existing decision-making procedures for industrial heritage and explain in what areas and how improvements can be made.

Schematic Diagram
Government-led Decision-Making Process
Participatory Design Approach Process
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This transition related to urban regeneration is aimed at the intervention of various stakeholders, rather than alone by local governments. The chart above shows how local governments, professionals, citizens, and platforms are each related to each other.

 

PHASE 3

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phase 3 - develop the concept

Photo Montage of the Crisis 

over Shipbuilding Idustry in Nantes  in 1970s 

Photoshop Visualization

2018

Seunghoon HAN

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To research the remnants from the collapsing due to the industrial crisis and to focus on the urban transition on Nantes, a world class city in shipbuilding industry

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phase 3 - design-thinking(s)
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In order to share the data which is produced by citizen  takes lesser risk on decision-making as well as publish the live on the platform.

Set the Extreme User and Adapt to  this Site and Situation in order to  understand the potential issues 

Personas

2018

Seunghoon HAN

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In order to imagine as wide a range as possible, taking personas brings unexpected and expanded ideas as an empathy process.

- by using extreme users

- specific characters

- different categories of  user

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User Journery Map of Experiencing Regenerated Abandoned Space
User Journery Map of Experiencing Regenerated Abandoned Space
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User Journey Map, which is one of the very simple and easy-to-understand methods for describing design, can simulate the flow of decision-making choices in each situation.

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User Journey STEP 1

- Building walk paths linking each heritage areas as Industrial Heritage Tour

- Approach to a heritage area where is concerned by inhabitants 

- Check the information about the area  from scanning QR code

User Journey STEP 2

- Touch Screen as a "door" that connects between online and offline

- Interactions from users action onto the double skin of the building

- Ultimately, a trigger to begine engaging to  urban change

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User Journey STEP 3

- Before enter the building, vote for the image of the change

- Choosing hashtag in order to collect the keywords

- Get a photo ticket from the kiosk (Touch Screen)

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User Journey STEP 4

- Installing fabric screen which is flexibly reusable helps for video mapping on it

- Hanging on the architectural structure

- Presenting contents on the white fabric screen

- Collecting users' movements by sensor

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User Journey STEP 4

- Time to change their mind before they leave this building

- Great opportunity to experience the value of industrial heritage

- The purpose of existence of this space is to leave an opinion about the usage

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User Journey STEP 5

- Check the current mutation via the platform

- Presenting live visitors, their frequency and ongoing issues

- They can be shared in real time

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Semi-structured participatory 

stakeholder's networks 

Stakeholder's network

2018

Seunghoon HAN

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