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Evaluation of Privately Owned Public Spaces within Detached Housing Areas in Pangyo City - Focusing on the Mixed use Housing Areas
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Evaluation of Privately Owned Public Spaces within Detached Housing Areas in Pangyo City - Focusing on the Mixed use Housing Areas
Park, Kyung Seo; Kang, Jun Mo;
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 Abstract
Detached residential housing areas are located in the west part of Pangyo City. Seven areas of them are designated for the displaced residents from their original homes by the city development, in which commercial use on the first floor is permitted. The District Plan for the areas were establishes, and one of its main goals is to secure privately owned public spaces (POPS). This research conducted a post enumeration survey on the POPS on the blocks in the seven areas, which blocks contain inner corridors between two rows of housing units. Analytical review of the survey result reveals that (1) POPS facing roads are mainly being used as parking lots or expansion-spaces for the commercial use on the first floor, (2) inner POPS forming corridors are being neglected and otherwise being used as storage areas or outdoor sub-kitchen spaces, and (3) no consideration has been taken for the continuity of the sloped corridors. Regardless of a few good practices in terms of air circulation and lighting, the POPS in the blocks prove to be limited in following the plan`s original design intentions and principles.
 Keywords
District plan;Privately-owned public exterior space;
 Language
Korean
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