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The Tentative Plans of Adaptive Reuse of Korean Traditional Houses (Han ok) in Urban Area : Focusing on the Elderly Housing in Seoun-dong, Cheongju
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The Tentative Plans of Adaptive Reuse of Korean Traditional Houses (Han ok) in Urban Area : Focusing on the Elderly Housing in Seoun-dong, Cheongju
Kim, Tai Young; Kim, Eun Jeong;
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 Abstract
When the castle of the city was destructed from 1911 through 1915 in Cheongju, the city`s spatial structure was reorganized and "Han-ok Housing", a dwelling site filled with Korean traditional houses, was newly formed around the former castle site. These days, the Han-ok housing in Seoun-dong, Cheongju in which elderly couples and senior citizens live is enclosed by modernized roads and three or four-story buildings, leaving the housing as an isolated island in the city block. Nonetheless, the Han-ok housing not only plays an important role in sustaining the historic and local identity of the city, but also offers environmental benefits in terms of daylighting and ventilation. The purpose of this study is to reorganize the housing suitable for those who currently live and recreate it by adding new functionality. Consequently, three strategies are established; the conservation of existing building through the improvement of existing facilities; the conversion of vacant buildings into a new use; and the creation of the urban mid-rise Han-ok housing at street sides. The first strategy has a significance in that the traditional building`s single wing plan, small room sizes and lack of storages now cause great inconvenience for current life style. The second strategy also promotes the practical use of abandoned buildings through alterations and additions. Finally, the creation of the urban mid-rise Han-ok housing that is accomplished by the combination of reinforced concrete and wooden structure interacts with or respond to the city`s development. As a result, this study for the adaptive reuse of Han-ok housing proves how the traditional properties can be maintained in a careful manner and how its creative reuse can be achieved.
 Keywords
Urban Han-ok(Korean Traditional House);Conservation;Conversion;Creation;Adaptive Reuse;
 Language
Korean
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