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One of the concerns of people these days is the reduction of outside activity by the Corona pandemic. Among them, it is regrettable that visiting restaurants with others on special days and having meaningful events disappeared. Several restaurants are implementing several measures to solve these problems, such as setting up membranes that distribute space to individuals, but these methods are not perfect. So we propose one proposal to address these issues.
First of all, no one knows whether this pandemic will end soon or how long it will last. And I thought I needed a quick fix to satisfy people right now. So we thought of a way to solve this problem through some small changes rather than through the whole new design of the restaurant.
Space was needed to divide the groups into one unit, not individuals, and the folding method was thought to be easy to install and remove. This is because the folding method allows a small volume to be used and then inflated to the desired size when needed. We also considered minimizing the space constraints that arise when using these methods, and also considered methods for proper ventilation. What was important in the design was how to interact with the surroundings, which I thought would be solved by showing silhouettes through light by using Korean traditional paper, "Hanji."
If we use the proposed method, we will be able to quickly deploy it to restaurants and enjoy parties through meals, regardless of whether inside or outside
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