Title Post Occupancy Evaluation (POE) of Adaptive Reuse Buildings
Authors 이소연(Lee, Soyeon) ; 유성은(Yoo, Sung Eun)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2021.37.12.53
Page pp.53-62
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Post Occupancy Evaluation; Adaptive Reuse; Service Facility; Cafe
Abstract Recently, as the awareness of the historical value of the building has increased, interest in adaptive reuse buildings that restore value through regeneration and add functions is increasing. In Gunsan, where urbanization rapidly progressed due to the opening of the port, there are many cases in which industrial heritages were regenerated as service facilities such as cafe or restaurant. In this study, three cafes with differences in the degree of remodeling were selected among warehouse-type buildings in Gunsan. First, the degree of remodeling and the seat density were identified through the on-site survey. Afterwards, post-occupancy evaluation was conducted on the atmosphere of the space and satisfaction of the environment through survey at each site. As a result, there was a difference in the satisfaction of the visitors according to the degree of remodeling. Visitors were satisfied with the reuse motif, but they tended to prefer buildings with a lot of remodeling rather than preservation. In addition, the indoor spaces for service purposes, like any other service facilities, were satisfactory when they were spaced at appropriate intervals and were well maintained. In the case of service facilities, it has been found that maintenance is the most important factor that satisfies consumers. This study attempted to present basic data to understand the consumer needs of adaptive reuse buildings with characteristics of service facilities. Through further research by expanding the regenerated architectural cases and target areas, the guideline of adaptive reuse facilities can be presented based on more comprehensive data.