Post-Occupancy Evaluation (POE): Tool for space standards improvement of indoor sports buildings in Algeria

Ammar Korichi, Salah Eddine Krada, Youcef Laraba

Abstract


Post Occupancy Evaluation (POE) is the primary method through which better buildings can be designed,  and  actually, ,  evaluation of building in use or POE is considered as an area of research priority in order to  improve in the built environment.

Within the Algerian context, the evidence indicated that many of the design and use problems of sports and recreation buildings were associated with the lack of evaluation studies in general and the paucity of information about design requirements. This has resulted in a lack of information feedback into the planning and design process.

The main purpose of this study is to provide set of recommendations to improve quality of indoor environment of sports and recreations buildings in Algeria.

In order to achieve this British experience on design and use of sports and recreation buildings was investigated.


Keywords


Post-occupancy evaluation POE, performance, indoor sports and recreation buildings.

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