Title A Study on the Actual Operation Status of Design Competition System for Public Buildings
Authors 염철호(Youm, Chirl-Ho) ; 박석환(Park, Seok-Hwan) ; 이혜원(Lee, Hye-Won)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2021.37.12.11
Page pp.11-21
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Public Building; Architectural Design Competition; Act on The Promotion of Building Service Industry; Guidelines for Operation of Architectural Design Competition
Abstract The purpose of this study is to understand how the architectural design competition has been operated since the enforcement of the act on the promotion of building service industry and to draw implications for future system improvement. In this study, 2,083 projects announced from January 2015 to June 2019 were analyzed for the application characteristics of the design competition method and the compliance status of the design competition operation guidelines. In order to analyze the application characteristics of the design competition method, the order time, the size of the project, the use of the building, the design competition method, and the type of ordering agency were set as units of analysis, and the correlation was investigated. In addition, the status and characteristics of compliance with the design competition operation guidelines were investigated for four items: design competition period, format and specification of submissions, list of judges, and compensation for public offering costs. As a result of the analysis, the proposal competition is continuously increasing, but school facilities often do not present clear proposal request tasks. It was also confirmed that it was very low that the compliance rate with the regulations on disclosure of the list of judges and compensation for public offering costs. Based on the above, we proposed the necessity of inducing the adoption of appropriate proposal request tasks consistent with the purpose of introducing the proposal competition method and the need to strengthen procedures and monitoring to improve the compliance ratio of design competition guidelines.