||A Study on the Architectural Publicity of the Cost Guard Substation
||신대영(Shin, Dae-Young) ; 안웅희(Ahn, Woong-Hee)
||"Fishing Port; Cost Guard Substation; Cost Guard Branch Office; External Publicness; Internal Publicness; Future-oriented Publicness"
||This study is about the architectural publicness of cost guard substation located in Busan's fishing port. The development of cities are
causing fishing villages to be included in cities, and the phenomenon of being neglected or killed in functional incongruity is being
witnessed. In this situation, interest in the ocean is increasing due to the increase in individual leisure time, and it is attracting attention as a
center of marine tourism. In line with this, the government is pushing ahead with its fishing port development policy, but discussions on
qualitative improvement and understanding of public services and public spaces have not been made due to the plan focused on aesthetic
aspects and programs. Therefore, this study attempts to analyze and evaluate the Busan cost guard substation from the perspective of the
'architectural publicness' discussed in fishing ports. Analyzing cost guard substation by dividing them into internal and external public
elements, and discuss how to implement architectural publicness from the wide context to the elements of interior space. Based on this, the
purpose of the study is to make suggestions on how to implement future-oriented publicness, and this study is meaningful in that it looked
at public buildings in Busan from the perspective of architectural publicness.