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A Study on the Planning Characteristics of Infill System for Long Life Housing Applied with MC Design
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Planning Characteristics of Infill System for Long Life Housing Applied with MC Design
Wang, Woo-Chul; Lim, Seok-Ho;
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 Abstract
Domestic apartment housing has been designed in accordance with the new housing supply-driven policies for a long time. As a result, its design, material production, construction, maintenance and remodeling process, rather than being systematically performed, were individually approached to cause insufficient linkage between technologies. For these problems and the supply of long life housing, active research on long life housing has been conducted in Korea since 2005. However, the existing research on long life housing has been focused on a single item with no connection made between infill systems, and no overall interface rule, resulting in no activation of the business. In this study, for the supply and activation of long life housing, we aim to analyze the problems of existing long life housing to set up its matching standards for infill systems.
 Keywords
Long Life Housing;Infill System;Interface Rule;Modular Coordination;
 Language
Korean
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