[100 Challenge] DanJi’s reading note_80

[100 Challenge] DanJi’s reading note_80

Space with and without: The law of Korea's No. 1 hot place
Yoo Jeong-soo, | Teacher & Parkers | June 20, 2023


Chapter 16-4 rule | Stores with idle Space survive
Will the Online Era Fall Offline
6 to 4, the ratio of operating Space to idle Space
Why outdoor spaces and planters are in the spotlight

Chapter 2 Law of Choice and Concentration | need something to make people come
Why exposed concrete became a symbol of hip place
what to invest in Space
The reason why the information desk staff is holding the luggage is because
Wonder, the principle that makes you come to Space
What's different about commercial Space

chapter 3D Law of Evolution | As the dimension of space increases, its value increases
The difference between photo spot and wonder zoning
Why does the object get hip the further away from the wall
From efficient Space to luxurious Space
The principle of fire and water bruises, Time and Space in four dimensions
things that evolve beyond fashion

Chapter 4 Laws of Maximum Volume | High and Large Space Attracts People
people looking for an ample space
the force of Space that is not split vertically
the forces of Space are not split horizontally
The secret of a high-rise, ample Space
Will Competition Continue for High-rise Buildings
Commercial potential from low floor area ratios

Chapter 5 Law of Clearing Boundaries | Space becomes natural when boundaries are cleared
Necessity of surviving Space, naturalness
Clear the boundaries of architecture, interior, and landscaping
Clear boundaries at the design stage
Limitations shown by isolated designs
Clear analog-to-digital boundaries

Chapter 6 Planning for Short-Time Stays
The selected concept is pushed to the end
Simple iteration of materials and branding of Space
Maximize experience and realize a complete worldview
Value of time, visibility ratio of offline Space

The first thing that causes customers to come to a commercial space is whether or not the customers who come there will buy the goods. Therefore, an attractive idle space that attracts people is essential.
"Relaxation (遊休)" in an idle space means "teasing without using it," which means a space that gives customers a break. So, rather than being full of something maximal, people should be able to look at the Space and feel relaxed.
First, you may face a more significant problem while worrying about falling sales and returns.
Second, when securing idle Space, there is a possibility that the rate of return will not decrease but will be better.
Third, the appropriate ratio of the Space arranged practically, and the Space that provides attractions to customers is 6 to 4.
Fourth, suppose you have to choose between rooms and auxiliary facilities. In that case, it may not be a bad strategy to reduce the cost invested in rooms and invest in better swimming pools and fitness, or more beautiful lobbies and restaurants. It is a mistake to think vaguely that customers will be more satisfied using good bedding, good floors, and suitable furniture because it is a luxury hotel.
Fifth, the commercial Space must have a particular point of experience in which the visiting customers will be imprinted as the main characters.