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A Study on Diagnosing of Residential Space for Various Housing Demands
Seong, Eunyoung Research Fellow Seo, Soojeong Senior Research Fellow Kang, Hyunmi Associate Research Fellow Park, Seokhwan Associate Research Fellow Byun, Eunjoo Assistant Research Fellow Park, Yuna Assistant Research Fellow
  • General 2023-9
  • 2023.12.31
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Summary

Recent changes driven by emerging social risks, such as the climate crisis and infectious diseases, and technological developments, such as the Fourth Industrial Revolution, highlight the importance of “home” as a living space, and changes in living conditions, such as the aging population and the increase in single-person households, contribute to diversifying the demand for housing types and forms. In addition, there is a growing interest in the design and scale of housing as a result of income growth and the COVID-19 pandemic. Massproduced, commoditized apartments alone will not suffice to meet the demands arising from these changes in living conditions and increasingly diverse demands. Now “housing” is positioned as part of “culture”, i.e. “the processes in people’s lives and the material and spiritual outcomes resulting from them”, which have a great influence on the way people live and how they see the world.

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