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A Study on the Block Planning of Apartment Housing correspond to Urban Context - Focused on Apartment Housing Design Competition of Sejong City -
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Block Planning of Apartment Housing correspond to Urban Context - Focused on Apartment Housing Design Competition of Sejong City -
Seo, Hye-Young; Kim, Young-Suk;
 
 Abstract
This study aims to furnish basic data for future housing complex design by arranging and comprehending housing block plan characteristic by the urban context through the Sejong City housing complex plans. And this study's target is 40 cases including the winning works and participating works of the Sejong City design competitions held in 2007. And to analyze a plan characteristic by the urban context, we established 7 elements (the edge of the Water, Park, Base of Mountain(Foothill), Residential Areas and School Administration Facilities, Main road, Neighborhood Street, Housing Complex Entrance) and looked around their plan characteristic and application trend. Like this block layout pattern of apartment housing is not only accepted of the district unit planning and the design guidelines, but also affected by urban context.
 Keywords
Urban context;Block planning;Block layout pattern;Design guidelines;Sejong City;
 Language
Korean
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