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Interrelationship Study about Pilotis space utilization in high-rise apartment complex and indicator values related with Space Syntax circulation -Focusing on Hwaseong Dongtan Newtown Area Apartment-
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 Title & Authors
Interrelationship Study about Pilotis space utilization in high-rise apartment complex and indicator values related with Space Syntax circulation -Focusing on Hwaseong Dongtan Newtown Area Apartment-
Song, Byung-Ha; Lee, Ki-Seok;
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 Abstract
Purpose of this study is to examine and investigate the utilization of low-rise floor Pilotis space which is frequently selected as a major planning element in recent high-rise apartment complex and to identify the interrelationship between the placement of Pilotis space in the complex and space utilization frequency by comparing circulation related indicators of Connectivity, Control Value, Global Integration and Local Integration through Space Syntax axial analysis. Conclusions of this study are, first, Pilotis space is not used as a space to improve regional community consciousness because it is mostly used as a 'simple movement space'. Second, regarding space utilization frequency differences in Pilotis space in each apartment building, projecting entry access+pilotis addition type complex shows more significant utilization frequency than pilotis access type complex, and the vandalism phenomenon is observed more often. Third, Pilotis space utilization is related with Connectivity, Control Value, Global Integration and Local Integration which are circulation related indicators in Space Syntax, and Pilotis spaces with high indicator values over 2 tend to show higher utilization frequency and those with low indicator values over 2 tend to show low utilization frequency.
 Keywords
Apartment Complex;Community;Outdoor Unit space;Pilotis;Space Syntax;
 Language
Korean
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