HAEUNDAE PAVILION

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​건축학전공 졸업 2022

Plastic waste is sold at the same time as the product is produced and thrown away by the user, human.

Most marine plastics come from land-based household waste or industrial waste, and plastic that has not been properly disposed of in bins or landfills flows into rivers or sewers, then into the sea.

The amount of plastic that enters the sea like this is 1200 tons per year, and this plastic waste causes many problems.

Plastic seriously affects the marine ecosystem, with sea turtles, dolphins, etc. being hurt or trapped by plastic floating in the sea, and animals such as seabirds mistakenly swallow plastic for food. They end up at the top of the food chain, the human table.

Haeundae is Korea's representative beach, attracting many tourists every year. But behind the gift of beautiful and pleasant memories to tourists is the problem of trash. The amount of waste discharged indiscriminately during the peak season amounts to about seven tons each year, and there is a lack of civic awareness.

Therefore, I would like to propose an architectural platform that can be reflected on by people who are the starting point of action through self-sustaining collection of marine plastics.

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