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A Research on the Proposal of U-Pavilion Adopted in Korean Residential Development
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  • Journal title : Architectural research
  • Volume 15, Issue 1,  2013, pp.1-8
  • Publisher : Architectural Institute of Korea
  • DOI : 10.5659/AIKAR.2013.15.1.1
 Title & Authors
A Research on the Proposal of U-Pavilion Adopted in Korean Residential Development
Yun, YongGib;
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 Abstract
Over the past two decades following the 1990s, South Korea`s IT industry has developed rapidly. In keeping with this trend, the architectural and urban planning sectors have also converged with IT and achieved advancement in new directions. This evolution includes a variety of conceptual terminologies such as `home automation`, ``home network`, `smart home, and `ubiquitous-city`. However, smart homes and U-cities simply represent a conceptual extension of home networks, and there is little real difference in the technologies involved. In particular, U-cities remain focused on infrastructure rather than on the development of specific content; consequently, they have failed to demonstrate distinctive features to clearly differentiate themselves from conventional cities. In such a context, this research aims at the proposal of a `ubiquitous pavilion` as a component of the efforts to develop a range of architectural contents that utilize ubiquitous technologies. By grafting the pavilion, one of the most basic forms in architecture, with cutting-edge ubiquitous technologies, this paper intends to suggest a multi-purpose architectural space readily and simply available not only in newly emerging U-cities, but to conventional cities as well.
 Keywords
Ubiquitous-Pavilion;U-City;Scenario;Technical Roadmap;
 Language
English
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