Title A Study on the Characteristics of Boundary Space in Office Architecture
Authors 펑젠보(Peng, Jian-Bo)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2022.38.7.81
Page pp.81-89
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords 사무건물; 경계공간; 사무공간; 디자인; 특성
Abstract Information and technology are driving the rapid development of cities, and the office space of urban architecture is constantly innovating and evolving. The traditional office building space can no longer meet people's needs, and in response to this situation, architects try to find a solution from the new spatial field of architectural boundaries. As one of the main spatial places of modern office building space composition, boundary space is welcomed by people, but there is a deficiency in the planning of rational and comfortable layout of boundary space in modern office buildings. The purpose of this study is to discover the deep meaning and value orientation of office building boundary space, explore the characteristics of office building boundary space, and try to improve the techniques and strategies of boundary space environment design through theoretical examination and case analysis. First, in order to understand the spatial boundaries of office buildings from a cognitive perspective, the concept of architectural boundaries is summarized based on literature and data research, and then the theory of boundary space is elaborated. Based on the previous studies of boundary space at home and abroad, the elements of openness, connectivity, expansion, composite, transition, connection, ambiguity and permeability are derived as the analysis framework, and the characteristics of boundary space are analyzed through the cases of office buildings, and the corresponding conclusions are drawn. Firstly, through openness, the view of indoor and outdoor spaces of the building can be improved; through connectivity, the distance between two spaces can be brought closer. Secondly, through expansiveness, the use value of space can be improved; through composite, the unreasonable distribution of space can be improved. Thirdly, through transition, it can improve the connection between office space and surrounding environment; through diversity, it can improve the multi-functional requirements of building space. Fourth, through ambiguity, it can promote the mutual use of resources between the space inside and outside the building or between two adjacent spaces; through permeability, it can promote the mutual extension between the space inside and outside the building or between two adjacent spaces.