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The AURI Brief was published bi-weekly from 2013 to 2014 and based on the AURI research outcomes policy suggestions in response to current policy issues at home and abroad.

No.432018.12.31

The Social Discourse of the Major Public Buildings in Korea since 1950

Um, Woonjin and 2 others

 Public buildings are buildings providing public services in society. Various principle agents participate in the construction process of public buildings, and can largely be categorized into architectural society and non-architectural society. The architectural society, rather than leading the project, provides services up to a certain phase. The architectural society is composed of professionals possessing expert knowledge of construction processes including program planning, design and construction. The general public not included in the architectural society belongs to the non-architectural society. The ‘Public Building Design Work Standards’ regulates matters required in the construction process to fulfill the public nature of the building as proposed in the ‘Basic Construction Act’.
 Therefore this study aims to focus on analyzing the discourse which has been in progress from the perspective of architectural and non-architectural societies regarding the construction process of major public buildings. Reviewing how the public buildings have been constructed, this study will seek the basic direction of policies and measures for the discourse regarding the construction process of
public buildings in the future.
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