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본 논문에서는 근대건축물에 부여되어진 역사적 가치와 의미를 재생하고 활용하는 디자인적 접근 방법으로서의 컨버전디자인의 유용성을 제시하고 향후의 적극적인 활용과 전개를 위한 기초적 연구로서 근대건축물의 컨버전디자인 수법을 유형화하고 그 특성을 분석, 고찰함으로써 근대건축물의 재생, 재활용을 위한 디자인 방법론을 모색하는 것을 그 목적으로 하고 있다.


This study started from my concern over maintenance and renewal of existing buildings and other seriously damaged Modern Architecture under the urban development. Above all, we must face up to reality of an increasing need of renovation of old buildings that are in its physical, social, and economical decrepitude. Currently, 25% of total buildings come under renovation period within 20 years, which means that we do not have enough time to decide the destiny of old buildings. In the city, there has been endless controversy over conversation and development. Recently the Cultural property Registration System made it possible a positive usage of non-designated cultural property with historical value. This very useful system renewed our perception on Modern Architecture as cultural property and also triggered peoples' interest in recreating new value beyond economical one. So we really need a balanced view that can bring into both growth of contemporary city and renewal use of Modern Architecture. Here, in this study I tried to solve that problem with Conversion Design and define what a realistic design way for them is. To get more reasonable result, I chose a factor analysis for 20 conversion projects in Japanese Modern Architecture. Conversion Design is a proper way to restore the identity of old buildings and the most effective way to sustainable use of Modern Architecture.