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A Study on the Quality Improvement Strategies of Design through Analyzing the Domestic Modular Housing Cases
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Quality Improvement Strategies of Design through Analyzing the Domestic Modular Housing Cases
Jun, Young-Hun; Kim, Kyoon-Tai; Lee, Young;
 
 Abstract
This research aims to identify the design characteristics of modular housing and suggests strategies to improve the design quality at the design phase of the modular housing. For this, we derived 12 different design factors which have impacts on the design quality through interviewing field experts and defined 6 types of analysis criteria. In addition, we arranged relation matrix between the design factors and the analysis criteria. Futhermore, we analyzed the domestic modular housing cases in terms of the matrix. Thus, we set up 24 quality improvement strategies of design in consequence of analyzing modular housing cases.
 Keywords
Modular Housing;Unit Module;Case Study;Design Quality;Design Influence Factor;
 Language
Korean
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