Title A Study on the Architectural Publicness of the Urban Community Center
Authors 전제병(Jeon, Je-Byung) ; 안웅희(Ahn, Woong-Hee)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2020.36.10.75
Page pp.75-82
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Community Center; Architectural Publicness; External Space Publicness; Internal Space Publicness; User-side Publicness
Abstract This study is about the architectural publicness of community centers located in urban areas. The community center is a lower administrative body of local governments and is the smallest unit of public offices in charge of administrative affairs within the city. Statistics show that currently 35,000 community centers have been set up across the country to perform the public functions of each region. To summarize the views in this study on the architectural public nature of community centers: The community center can be said to be a public building with a public character in all aspects of its functions and programs, urban contexts and cultural aspects, as well as its internal and external spaces. Therefore, the target of the community center is divided into external space, internal space and user space to discuss the architectural public nature of each of them. It is meaningful that they have looked into the public nature that appears at community centers and revealed the elements of the building space that are revealed through the actual space.