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Planning Issues and Suggestions for Improvement of Public Office Building

Byun, Nahyang Associate Research Fellow / Lim, Yookyoung Associate Research Fellow / Lee, Hwayoung Assistant Research Fellow / Gwak, Seonnam Assistant Research Fellow

General  2017.12.31 General 2017-1  4P. Hits : 14

Cover and Abstract

Workspace planning is affected by the nature of an organization, type of works, and the characteristics of tasks. It substantially influences the behavior of users working in the space as well. It is not clear whether standardized workspaces result from inappropriate design or space programming issues. However, they need to be closely inspected, as they hardly embrace the characteristics of work,
provide user convenience, or offer efficient work environment. The goal of this research is to suggest an effective method for planning public office buildings. Research topics were derived from previous studies as follows. First, how must a workspace be planned in order to reflect the characteristics of work? Second, is the space programming standard currently applied in workspace planning appropriate? This research strives to suggest improved ways for planning public office buildings through diagnosing the current planning practices and executing tests and simulations to find proper space planning methods.

Key words

Public office building, Workspace, Characteristics of tasks. Workplace unit