Title The Planning Characteristics of Village-type Community Housing Through Transitional Space
Authors 김태은(Kim, Tae-Eun) ; 강예린(Kang, Yerin)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2023.39.2.59
Page pp.59-70
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Comunity Housing; Community Space; Transitional Space; Community Revitalization
Abstract Community Housing, a housing policy of Seoul, was implemented to present a new housing culture that cooperates with various living circumstances and revives a neighborhood community. However, most community housing has limitations in influencing a village community in the form of a single building. Therefore, this study aims to present the planning characteristics of community housing through a case analysis of Village-type Community Housing in which several community housing units were planned and operated together. Based on previous studies, the transitional space of community housing was classified and the plan for each transitional space was analyzed. The external space of the front was planned according to the characteristics of each site by reflecting the pedestrian environment of a village that created a space where people could stay and increased accessibility to neighborhood living facilities. The entrance to the community housing was planned according to the degree of openness of a space. The privacy of residents was secured through separate residential entrance routes. The frequency of chance encounters could potentially increase by planning to extend the length of the internal movement line. Certain spaces between the shared space and the residential space was planned to secure the territoriality of a residential space. The significance of this study is that it derives the planning characteristics of community housing that have not been specifically presented thus far. Based on this study, the planning characteristics for community revitalization can be widely applied to future community housing and multi-household housing.