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A Case Study on Change and Factor of Interior Spaces in Detached Houses of Rural Area
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 Title & Authors
A Case Study on Change and Factor of Interior Spaces in Detached Houses of Rural Area
Seo, Tae-Kyo; Byun, Kyeonghwa;
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 Abstract
Over the course of time, changes occur in family composition and members, and such changes impact housing life as well. In contrast to shared housing structures such as apartments, detached houses show a greater variety of changes to interior spaces such as family composition, rural area, natural environment, and modernization. The purpose of this study is to examine the change and factors in interior spaces in detached houses of rural area. Out of 40 houses studied in a 1995 survey, 23 showed changes when studied again in 2015, and 13 were selected for final analysis. This study indicated that at the time of the survey in 1995, two aspects of change occurred which showed in interior space only and internalization through interior-specific additions and improvements. An analysis of interior changes demonstrated there was significant change in kitchens, multipurpose rooms, and other spaces focused on housework and homemaking. Internalization through interior-specific is showed in balcony. As family member is increasing, it is intended to be increasing size of interior space; however, it is showed to increase size of interior space in the step that family member is reducing. It is reason that more spaces are needed when their children whose the old are living in detached houses of rural area are visited.
 Keywords
Rural Area;Detached Houses;Change of Interior Space;Change of Family Member;
 Language
Korean
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