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A Study on Disaster Prevention Activities at the Village Level to Preserve the Historical Environment: Focusing on Employee Residence Area in Soje-dong, Daejeon

  • Journal of Internet of Things and Convergence
  • Abbr : JKIOTS
  • 2021, 7(4), pp.69-75
  • Publisher : The Korea Internet of Things Society
  • Research Area : Engineering > Computer Science > Internet Information Processing
  • Received : November 4, 2021
  • Accepted : December 20, 2021
  • Published : December 31, 2021

Lee Sang-Hee 1

1목원대학교

Accredited

ABSTRACT

This study investigated the status of disaster response, focusing on modern architecture. The modern architecture is drawing more attention and being more used in the local community among the architectural heritage in downtown collective. The railway employee residence area in Soje-dong, Daejeon is a collective building group, and the efforts to evaluate and preserve its historical, cultural, and architectural values have been underway. However, the area is now an undesignated cultural property that does not receive institutional protection. It carries significance in preserving it as a collective building group. Yet, since the main structure is made of wood, the risk of being destroyed by fire or disaster is high, and disaster prevention measures are insufficient. Therefore, this study examined the structural and non-structural conditions such as the arrangement and architectural characteristics of official residence buildings, and looked into measures of the construction of a disaster prevention system and residents’ participation. To preserve the urban historical environment created as a collective architectural heritage, it is necessary that the area reinforces its own disaster prevention capabilities, such as establishing an effective disaster prevention system considering village characteristics, strengthening disaster prevention capabilities based on residents’ participation, and forging formal and informal governance in the local community.

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