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공동주택 커뮤니티시설 내 학습공간디자인을 위한 청소년 감성평가

Title
공동주택 커뮤니티시설 내 학습공간디자인을 위한 청소년 감성평가
Other Titles
Emotional Evaluation of Adolescents for Learning Spaces Design in Apartment Complex Community Facilities
Author
황연숙
Keywords
커뮤니티 시설; 청소년; 감성평가; 학습공간; 감성어휘; Community Facilities; Adolescents; Emotional Evaluation; Learning Space; Emotional Words; 장식 및 의장
Issue Date
2013-08
Publisher
한국실내디자인학회 Korean Institute of Interior Design
Citation
한국실내디자인학회논문집(Korean institute of interior design journal), Aug 2013, 22(4), P.113-120, 8P.
Abstract
This study aims to determine adolescents’ emotional response and preferences for varying interior designs of learning spaces available at community facilities in apartment across Seoul. In particular, the subjects have been fragmented by gender and age for comparative analysis of emotional responses across different demographics of adolescents. A survey on the preferred designs of learning spaces in community facilities revealed that ‘elegant,’ ‘cheerful,’ and ‘temperate’ are the three main emotional words selected for image tool development. Emotional assessment verified the validity of these terms. Between the two genders, adolescent males preferred ‘temperate’ images more while adolescent females preferred ‘cheerful.’ In terms of the design of learning space, adolescent females deemed the interior atmosphere and area space to be the most important factors, while adolescent males pointed to the color of furniture and lighting to be the most important. Such results imply that there is a clear difference of emotional response between adolescent males and females. The results also imply that different atmospheres and design priorities must be considered when designing gender-specific spaces.
URI
http://www.dbpia.co.kr/Article/NODE02237153http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11754/44482
ISSN
1229-7992
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COLLEGE OF HUMAN ECOLOGY[S](생활과학대학) > INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE DESIGN(실내건축디자인학과) > Articles
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