Title An Analysis of Architectural Professionals’ Perception and Crime Prevention Building Code Standards
Authors 강석진(Kang, Seok-Jin) ; 박승연(Park, Seung-Yeon) ; 오하늘(Oh, Ha-Neul) ; 서민진(Seo, Min-Jin) ; 김고원(Kim, Go-Won)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2023.39.5.71
Page pp.71-79
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords CPTED; Building Act; Crime Prevention Building Code Standard; Architectural Professional
Abstract This study was conducted to analyze the perception and application status of architectural professionals, focusing on crime prevention building standards related to housing, and to derive implications for improving and effectively applying crime prevention building standards. The results of this study are summarized as follows. First, the standards were often related to the contents and facilities (including crime prevention facilities) that correspond to the public or semi-public areas. Second, most of the architectural professionals knew about CPTED. However, the perception of related laws and crime prevention building standards was insufficient, and the necessity of crime prevention building standards was very much agreed. Third, as a result of analyzing the frequency, level of understanding, and ease of application of crime prevention building standards, Article 6, 7 and Section 8, 9 are easy to apply. On the other hand, it was difficult to understand and apply Article 5 and 9 in Chapter 2, Paragraph 1, 4, and 12. Finally, in order for crime prevention building standards to be activated, it was found that it was necessary to check whether the standards were applied in step-by-step deliberations, and to provide and educate specific cases(information) focused on building. In addition, it was found that it was necessary to raise the allocation of CPTED-related points in design contests, provide incentives such as raising the floor area ratio, and form a consensus on the implementation of the CPTED certification system for buildings.