Title Priority Considerations in the Space of a Neighborhood Facility Using Post Occupancy Evaluation Based on Importance-performance Analysis
Authors 김훈(Kim, Hoon) ; 추승연(Choo, Seung-Yeon) ; 우소영(Woo, So-Young)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2022.38.12.35
Page pp.35-46
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Post Occupancy Evaluation (POE) ; Importance-Performance Analysis (IPA) ; Core Evaluation Index ;
Abstract This study aims to derive and prioritize a core evaluation index that should be considered when planning or evaluating individual spaces constituting neighborhood living facilities. There were 341 neighborhood facilities examined regarding specific planning methods or evaluation indicators that were not clearly confirmed in many design cases. Based on the survey response data, the importance-performance analysis (IPA) for each space was conducted to confirm the priority of detailed planning or evaluation index for each space; a one-way ANOVA was then performed to derive a significant index. After comparing data in both IPA and one-way ANOVA, a core evaluation index of a neighborhood facility was derived. Upon analysis, it revealed IPA results for five categories and the lower 60 detailed index was collected through the post occupancy evaluation (POE). By category, the rank of paired sample was determined in the order of indoor common space, appearance, rental space, interior environment or equipment, and external common space. Derived through one-way ANOVA, there were 18 items that were not statistically significant. Finally, by comparing the paired sample t, matrix of IPA and the significance index of ANOVA, 30 key evaluation indices were derived.