대지 내에 위치한 국립서울병원은 국내 정신과 진료 분야의 역사이자 선구자로서 중추적인 역할을 담당하였지만, 시설의 노후화와 혐오시설이라는 인식 으로 인하여 지역사회와 단절된 채 발전해왔다. 현재는 주민과의 갈등을 극복하고 기존 병원을 현대화하기 위한 1단계 사업을 추진하여 재개원하였으며, 스트레스 상담 및 정신질환 예방 프로그램 강화 등으로 지역주민 에게 열린 개방적인 병원으로 탈바꿈하려고 노력 중이다. 당사의 계획안은 사회서비스 시설, 판매시설과 업무시설을 유기적으로 연계하는 2단계 사업의 계획안으로써, 기존 1단계 사업인 '국립정신건강센터'와 함께 지역의 명소로 거듭나는 '종합의료복지단지'를 조성하기 위함이다.
The Seoul National Hospital has been leading the field of Korean psychiatry for years.
However, due to the deterioration of the facility, the citizens have developed a strong aversion toward the building. Rather inevitably, this has led to a disconnection between the hospital and local community. Currently, the hospital reopened by implementing the 1st stage project in an attempt to overcome conflict with local citizens. It has since become a modern facility, and more efforts are being carried out to transform it into an open hospital tailored towards the public by providing stress consulting and reinforcing psychological disease prevention programs. To help realize this end goal, HAENGLIM suggested a 2nd stage project that organically connects social service, sales, and business facilities. Falling in line with the goal of the 1st stage project, it aims to build a regional landmark along with the "National Center for Mental Health".
Connecting social services and sales facilities is a major part of landmark construction planning. The community park and community cloud form a central public space that will incorporate social service and sales facilities. The proposed social service facilities support programs such as art workshops, art markets, galleries, cultural experience parks, cultural centers, book cafes, and open seminars. This art platform is expected to provide social service education programs that are linked with neighboring universities, as well as supporting new and regional artists and contributing to the cultural leisure activities of the locals. The sales facilities are built as family-oriented commercial facilities that coexist with traditional markets and commercial facilities scattered throughout the neighborhood. They are designed under the concept of being an art experience space, culture space, and a nature-friendly play park. The stand-alone cubic type retail spaces were introduced as a way to allow them to better fit into the community plaza and park design. And the strip mall stores, which took into consideration street appearance and vitality, as well as the village-style indoor sales facilities that are connected to the event plaza, were also planned to function as a complete commercial environment that will invigorate the area related to the social service facilities.
Gwangjin-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea
Civic & Culture
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