In this study, a deserted house exhibition was held in an urban regeneration activation area of Junghwa 2-dong. A survey was conducted on visitors regarding the deserted house and the exhibition to investigate and analyze the ranking of elements that made people recognize the value of conserving and utilizing such a house. A total of 58 people participated in the survey, and the research results were derived using the method of ranked multiple response analysis that assigned weight to the frequency by rank of the factors from the responses of the collected questionnaires. As a result, it was found that the building itself was important as a physical factor. The importance of external spaces such as courtyard and fence were relatively low. As for the psychological factor, most of the respondents answered that it was because of the recollection felt in a deserted house. Among the exhibits, the importance ratio was high in the order of intuitive understanding such as photos, videos, and architectural models.
Bibliographical notePublisher Copyright:
© 2023 Architectural Institute of Korea.
- deserted house
- Junghwa 2-dong
- Urban Regeneration
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Civil and Structural Engineering
- Building and Construction
- Engineering (miscellaneous)