Title A Study on the Relationship between the Spatial Structure of Social Mixed Apartments and Interaction among Residents
Authors 김현주(Kim, Hyunju) ; 최재필(Choi, Jaepil)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2021.37.4.93
Page pp.93-103
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Social Mixed Apartment; Space Syntax; Neighborhood Relationships; Tenure Type; Local Integration
Abstract Social mix in the concept of housing means that residents of sales·rented households live and interact together within a same complex or a building. However, some social mixed complexes were built without considering interaction and discrimination between the classes, and there was a spatial and psychological exclusion of tenants from rented households within the mixed complexes. Therefore, in order for a social mixed complex to have a positive effect on social integration, it is necessary to consider the behavior of the residents in terms of architectural design, so the relationship between the spatial structure of the social mixed apartment and the interaction between residents was studied. The purpose of the study is to quantitatively analyze the relationship between the spatial structure of social mixed apartments and the frequency of interaction between residents, and to verify how the frequency of interaction between residents has with residents' perceptions. In this study, space syntax was used to analyze the spatial structure of the social mixed complexes. And, surveys were conducted to find out the interaction frequency between residents and their interaction satisfaction. The results of this study were as follows; in some places, the spatial structures have effects on the interaction frequency, and the interaction frequency was positively correlated with the interaction satisfaction. The significance of this study is that it can be used as basic data to promote social integration when designing social mixed housing in the future.