Title Exploring the Establishment of an Information System for the Architectural Design Industry
Authors 박기범(Park, Ki-Bum)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2023.39.7.43
Page pp.43-50
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Building Service Industry; Information System; Fact-finding Surveys; Architectural Design Industry
Abstract The purpose of this study was to propose practical measures for gaining a comprehensive understanding of the current state of the architectural design industry. A comparison was made between the fact-finding surveys stipulated in the Act on the Promotion of the building service industry and the fact-finding survey specific to the building service industry. It became evident that the existing fact-finding survey items were insufficient for capturing the true state of the architectural design industry. Consequently, an assessment was conducted to determine whether an information system for the building service industry could serve as a viable replacement for fact-finding surveys. This study involved a comparison of survey items between the fact-finding survey and the information system. To enable the information system to generate the necessary data required for fact-finding surveys on the architectural design industry, the integration of architectural administration information and data on architectural professionals was examined, necessitating the addition or revision of certain items. By implementing the proposed methodology for the information system, it becomes possible to comprehensively comprehend the actual conditions of the architectural design industry and the professional workforce associated with it, without the need for further fact-finding surveys. The information system proves to be highly effective in generating diverse data essential for promoting the architectural design industry. However, it is important to note that this study’s scope is limited to the architectural design industry, emphasizing the need for follow-up studies on other architectural service sectors.