Pedestrian connectivity from past vehicle infrastructure

Summary

The Skygarden – or Seoul-lo 7017 as it is also called in reference to the dates of the original structure, and of its reincarnation – is both a symbol and an instrument of the shift from car to foot. The original concrete structure has been strengthened, and lifts, stairs and escalators have been added where necessary to connect it to the ground. Bridges also connect to adjoining commercial buildings, who have to pay for the uplift in value. Other uses – cafes, performance spaces, a market – are scattered across the site.
Quote from: www.theguardian.com/cities/2017/may/19/seoul-skygarden-south-korea-london-garden-bridge

Part of Solution

  • Seoul’s Skygarden: Public space from adapted 1970s highway

  • Photo credit

    www.theguardian.com/cities/2017/may/19/seoul-skygarden-south-korea-london-garden-bridge

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