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A Study on the Legal Standards and Design Guidelines on Disabled Auditorium in Cultural Facilities
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Legal Standards and Design Guidelines on Disabled Auditorium in Cultural Facilities
Lee, Kijeong; Yoon, Taejun; Park, Hyeonsoo;
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 Abstract
Purpose: Due to increase of interest in the viewing environment for the disabled, ordinances that are related to an optimal auditorium for the disabled are being executed. However, since there are no detailed criteria regarding the optimal auditorium, there is a necessity that it should be supported by more concrete criteria for installation. Therefore, the study is aimed to be utilized as basic data to suggest the criteria for installation of the optimal auditorium in the future through domestic and international legal standards and the analysis of design guidelines that are related to the auditorium for the disabled. Methods: First, legal standards and design guidelines that are related to the auditorium for the disabled were analyzed, and Second, items and things to be improved that are required to suggest the criteria for installation of the optimal auditorium in the future were looked into by comparing and analyzing each contents. Results: Items and considerations by items that are required to establish the criteria for installation of the optimal auditorium were looked into, and based on these results, concrete and standardized installation criteria can be suggested. Implications: Based on the analysis results, the optimal viewing environment for the disabled within cultural facilities can be created through establishment of more concrete installation criteria for the optimal auditorium in the future.
 Keywords
The Disabled;Cultural Facilities;Disabled Auditorium;Optimal Auditorium;
 Language
Korean
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