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Site and Space of Lee Ha-Bock's Traditional House
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Site and Space of Lee Ha-Bock's Traditional House
Han, Jong-Koo;
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The paper studies on the site and space composition of Lee Ha-Bock's traditional thatched roof house. The house is located at a site with back to the mountain and facing the water and the rear and front mountains formulate a shape of Myungeonhyung(a sleeping dog figure) with HyungGug theory of Pungsu. The house has ㄱ shaped Anchae, ㅡ shaped Sarangchae and Gwangchae. Those are formulate ㅁ lay out followed the land form. Through the research I found the house shows a typical traditional farmhouse in the middle of Korea of Josen period. Nowadays there are many large Giwajip(tile roofed house) of Josen period is remained but only a few thatched-roof house is lived. In this situation, the house has considerable architectural values as a traditional thatched roof house.
Lee Ha-Bok;Traditional House;Pungsu(Fengshui);Space;Site analysis;
 Cited by
Cheongam Cultural Foundation, Watda, Saranghaetda grigo Gatda, Hagerim Medea, 2011, p.94

Wang-gi Lee, Architectural Heritage 5 (Chungnam), Gimundang, 1999

Jong-koo Han, Seocheon Lee Ha-Bok's House, Hanokmunhwa V.33, Hanok Munhwawon, 2013

Du-gyu Kim, Pungsu Dictionary Bibongchulpansa, 2005