Title A Study on the User Perception of the Place of Space Expression
Authors 최수영(Choi, Su Young) ; 이경훈(Lee, Kyung-Hoon)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2023.39.6.3
Page pp.3-14
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Urban Regeneration; Sense of Place; Perceptual Experience; User Perception
Abstract A plan, to utilize active development and image improvement of urban regeneration places as cultural and exhibition spaces, has emerged. A user's perception and evaluation of a reproduced space reflects a subjective viewpoint based on experience, which is an important factor. The purpose of this study is to grasp and discuss the design perception of visitors regarding the sense of space at an objective level while focusing on urban regeneration cases involving cultural and exhibition spaces. The analysis results revealed a sense of place through cultural and historical symbols derived from design recognition for storytelling. The sense of place by objects and materials was derived from design recognition of materials and properties. The importance of design recognition by body movement was derived from the sense of place that processed movement and gaze. These rediscovered features exhibit unique historical and cultural values of urban regeneration sites where visual, tactile, and body movement elements were applied. These factors suggest that attractive shapes and artifacts such as aesthetics can be perceived as attractive spatial elements by visitors.