Centro Cultural DMZ: El rol del espacio compartido en la crisis de la península coreana
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Demilitarized Zone (DMZ)
Korea
memorialization
reconciliation
shared space

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Young Song, J. (2016). Centro Cultural DMZ: El rol del espacio compartido en la crisis de la península coreana. Dearq, 1(18), 56–67. https://doi.org/10.18389/dearq18.2016.05

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Si vemos el espacio urbano como un marco de eventos y memoria, la infraestructura del conflicto es inevitablemente entendida como una práctica de memoria, la cual promueve la consolidación del conflicto o las asociaciones positivas. Usando el mecanismo de la memorización, este artículo examina la función del espacio compartido, es decir, del entorno construido que ocupa el espacio entre las fronteras altamente conflictivas de la península de Corea. Con el fin de superar las limitaciones de dos recientes proyectos inter-coreanos, los cuales se centraron en la cooperación económica, analizamos la planeación y diseño estratégico de la Zona Desmilitarizada (DMZ) del Centro Cultural, la cual se basa en el papel que juega el espacio compartido como contribución para la paz y la reconciliación.

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