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A Study on the Two Main Access's Folk House in Gyeonggi-Do
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Two Main Access's Folk House in Gyeonggi-Do
Peck, Yoo-Jung; Kwak, Dong-Yeob;
 
 Abstract
The purpose of this study is to organize the regional characteristic of bakat-chae (outer quarters) in Two-main acces's matgopae-jib (facing bent house), built before the year of 1945 in northern Kyong-gi province. Land is usually the location of the door depends on the terms of the private house and the overall defense deployment types tend to be greatly affected. Especially in the northern Kyong-gi province in matgopae-jib access a variety of ways to accommodate the user's movements are selectively identified and determined to be a number of cases. Among Two-doorway housing types, such as a unique entry in the Gyeonggi Province confirmed only a few types of attention. Thus, the change and development of the relationship Peasant Housing with Two-doorway housing should be studied together. This study is located in northern Kyong-gi province Two-doorway housing to find out the spatial properties of the Peasant Housing and analyzed in relation to its value. In addition, through this study, the presence of traditional architectural Peasant Housing may be worth a review as an opportunity to take advantage of look forward.
 Keywords
Two-main access's matgopaejib;facing bent house;Access type;bakat-chae (outer quarters);
 Language
Korean
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