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한국생활환경학회|한국생활환경학회지 2020년 8월

기사명 공공임대주택 공용공간의 생활안전을 위한 야간조명환경의 현황 분석 / Analysis of Night Lighting Environment Designed to Ensure Living Safety in Public Spaces of Public Rental Complexes
저자명 김봉애 ; 고연숙 ; 김수희식별저자
발행사 한국생활환경학회
수록사항 한국생활환경학회지 , Vol.27 No.4(2020-08)
페이지 시작페이지(406) 총페이지(12)
ISSN 12261289
주제분류 환경및설비
주제어 ; Public spaces; Living safety; Public rental complexes; Night illumination; Importance - performance analysis (IPA)
요약2 This study aims to suggest improvements for night lighting conditions designed to upgrade living safety in the public spaces inside public rental housing by surveying the current lighting environments in public rental housing and evaluating life sense of safety. The participants of the study are residents of the South Korean public rental complexes in six locations. The on-site investigation measured the nighttime light levels at 14 spaces. The questionnaire surveyed residents’ sense of safety, satisfaction, and importance in terms of living safety. The results are as follows.
First, the spaces that satisfied both the KS on illuminance and the IES standard were the underground parking areas, while sports facilities and the bicycle parking areas failed to meet either of them. Many of the above-ground parking areas and the main entrances to the residential buildings failed to meet the standards. Second, the average illuminance of the interior public areas of the residential buildings, mailboxes, elevator halls, and stairs equally failed to meet the KS illuminance requirements. Third, the spaces that registered low-level illuminance uniformity were pedestrian, playgrounds, underground parking areas, main entrances to complexes, pedestrian, bicycle parking, main entrances to residential buildings, and stairs. Fourth, IPA showed that the four facilities that needed to have their lighting brightness upgraded the most were playgrounds, stairs, sports facilities, and rest facilities. Fifth, Five spaces such as playgrounds, stairs, sports facilities, rest facilities, and above-ground parking areas needed to have the color temperature of their lighting improved the most.
소장처 한국생활환경학회
언어 한국어
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.21086/ksles.2020.02.27.4.406