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Public Sports Facilities from a User’s Perspective
Lim, Yookyoung Research Fellow Baek, Seongyeong Associate Research Fellow Kim, Kotsongi Assistant Research Fellow Kim, Junlae Assistant Research Fellow Han, Seungyeon Assistant Research Fellow
  • General 2021-9
  • 2021.12.31
  • 8Page
  • Hit 4372
Summary

After the ‘Presidential Advisory Committee for the Advancement of Construction Technology and Architecture Culture’ was established in December 2005, discussions began on improving the quality of public architecture. In 2007, the Building Framework Act was enacted, which set out the responsibilities of the national and local governments and citizens regarding architecture. In 2013, the Building Service Industry Promotion Act was enacted, and a system established and continuously improved to raise the quality of public architecture. The Building Framework Act provided the basis for participation of private experts (Article 23), and the Building Service Industry Promotion Act included regulations on new procedures such as priority application in design

competitions, mandatory public architecture planning, prior reviews, and public architecture deliberations. Although various new systems have been established to improve the quality of public architecture, and more and more experts are participating in this process, problems such as facility locations that do not meet user demand, poor operation, user inconvenience, and safety are still arising. The goal of good public architecture is to provide optimal public services to citizens who use spaces and facilities. Therefore, in order to improve quality, it is necessary to approach the public architecture issue from the perspective of the end user. The purpose of this study is to derive plans to improve user satisfaction with public sports centers by conducting surveys and analysis of the current status of user demand, the current plan and usage, and user satisfaction in the course of promoting public sports centers.

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