APLICACIÓN DE LA INGENIERÍA KANSEI AL DISEÑO DE AULAS
Castilla Cabanes, Nuria
Llinares Millán, Carmen
Blanca Giménez, Vicente
Higuera Trujillo, Juan Luis
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The new learning activities to be developed in classroom are causing many educational centres to transform the design of their traditional classrooms. Learning is becoming increasingly interactive and classrooms are expected to be more student-centred. In this context it is necessary to use new methodologies, such as Kansei Engineering, capable of translating user needs into design elements. Although there are many examples of application of this technique in the field of product development, its applications in space design are few and far between. The present work identifies the subjective sensation that the classroom must generate with respect to the different tasks to be developed in it. This analysis is carried out by implementing Differential Semantics, within the framework of Kansei Engineering. For this purpouse, a sample of 900 students evaluated the design of 30 university classrooms. The results show that the different activities require spaces that generate different sensations. In other words, there is a clear need to design classrooms capable of generating different environments depending on the tasks to be carried out in them.
- CIDIP 2018 (Madrid)