시애틀공공도서관의 공간프로그램과 색채사용 연구

Title
시애틀공공도서관의 공간프로그램과 색채사용 연구
Other Titles
A Study on the Color Usage of Space Programming in Seattle Public Library
Author(s)
김소희
Keywords
공공도서관; 색채사용; 지속가능한 프로그램; 변화가능한 프로그램; Public Library; Color Usage; Stable Program; Unstable Program
Issue Date
201210
Publisher
대한건축학회
Citation
대한건축학회논문집 계획계, v.28, no.10, pp.31 - 38
Abstract
This study is purposed to understand the color usage of space programming in detail for architectural design. Many documents have commonly prescribed the spacial composition for this library. The space program and function in the public library have changed with the new media and digital information system. The solution includes digitally storing information and creating space specifically designated for books that can be expanded without encroaching on public space. The Seattle public library was designed by Rem Koolhaas. He offered the first glimpses of Seattle's new central library rather than a conventional high-rise building with straight. He pushed and pulled out the floor and elevation, creating an angular effect. In particular, the Seattle public library was composed of the five stable space that has simple function and the four unstable space that has complex function to figure out the complicate zoning program in variable space. Each of the five stable spaces is a programmatic cluster that is architecturally defined and equipped for maximum, dedicated performance. The four unstable spaces in between the function as trading floors where librarian inform and simulate, where the interface between the different platforms is organized. The two types space was expressed with different color system that has basic criteria which function has unique color. So the unstable space having complex function was painted variable colors that were explaining their function.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/27050
ISSN
1226-9093
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