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A Study on the MC Design Application for Standardization of Exterior Building Materials of Modular Housing
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the MC Design Application for Standardization of Exterior Building Materials of Modular Housing
Lee, Jun-Sik; Lim, Seok-Ho; Chung, Jae-Hee;
 
 Abstract
Domestic modular buildings had difficulties at getting economic advantage, construction and good quality of modular housing because of inappropriate designs and material specifications. This was because of inappropriate design of exterior material and inappropriate window and door specifications. Studies on domestic modular housing could investigate actual conditions of domestic modular housing. The exterior material of modular housing should be standardized to improve beauty of existing modular housing and to lower expenses, and elevation plan should give prototype. Studies on existing modular building plans set module unit standard and modular coordination design standard, and suggested modular housing types for specific facilities, and did not research prototype for modular housing based on standardization and beauty. Therefore, this study investigated modular housing by literature to find out reformation by case study and standardization at home and abroad and to give prototype by exterior material standardization and elevation plan.
 Keywords
Modular Housing;Standardization;MC Design;
 Language
Korean
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