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Finance of the Royal Architectural Bureau in Yiwangjik and Characteristics of its Architectural Activities during the Period of Japanese Occupation
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 Title & Authors
Finance of the Royal Architectural Bureau in Yiwangjik and Characteristics of its Architectural Activities during the Period of Japanese Occupation
Lee, Geau-Chul;
 
 Abstract
This study is about the architectural activities of royal architectural bureau of Yiwangjik during the period of Japanese occupation. The activity of royal architectural bureau of Yiwangjik is composed of the building construction and building repair. In the building repair activities, that is maintenance management, most of annual budget were planned for shrine and housing facilities, and the rest were planned for administration facilities and public parks such as Changgyeongwon and Deoksugung. The main building construction activities were the reconstruction of Changdeokgung Naejeon in 1918-1920, the construction of tokyo residence in 1927-1930, and the construction of Deoksugung palace art museum in 1936-1937.
 Keywords
Yiwangjik;Yiwangga;Royal Architectural Bureau;Architectural Activity;Architectural Finance;Building Cost;Repair Cost;Wanggongjokrok;
 Language
Korean
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