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Study on Users' Housing and Interior Design Needs Affected by Personality Types
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 Title & Authors
Study on Users' Housing and Interior Design Needs Affected by Personality Types
Lee, Hunju; Park, Soobeen;
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 Abstract
This study aims to find out various users' diverse interior design needs for their housing and interior design through the personality, which is intrinsic and consistent traits of the individual. The survey research followed the literature reviews including personality studies and interior design assessments. 176 undergraduate and graduate students as controlled by age, sex, and major answered the questionnaire. Their housing and interior design attitudes, the semiotic assessment of interior design styles, and interior design preference were compared in accordance with four pairs of preference dichotomy of MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator): Extraversion -Introversion, Sensing-iNtuition, Thinking-Feeling, Judging-Perceiving. As a result, the framework of housing and interior design needs by the users' personality types are proposed. It shows specific needs for 16 types of personality based on eight preference dichotomy: extroversion-open, introversion-closed, sensing-functional, intuition-emotional, thinking-restricted, feeling-receptive, judging-simple, and perceiving-creative.
 Keywords
Interior Design Need;Interior Design Attitude;Interior Design Image;Interior Design Style;Personality Type;MBTI;
 Language
Korean
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