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Comparison with Characteristics of the floor plan of Stimson hall, Underwood hall, Appenzeller hall in Yonsei University
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Comparison with Characteristics of the floor plan of Stimson hall, Underwood hall, Appenzeller hall in Yonsei University
An, Dai-Whan;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to analyze and compare the characteristics of floor plan of Underwood hall, Appenzeller hall, and Stimson hall in Yonsei University. These buildings in Yonsei University are the representative higher educational institution buildings that were constructed by Western missionaries during the Japanese colonial period. These buildings were designed by the master plan that had been made before the construction. Therefore, these buildings have many similarities but each building has individual characteristics. This study focused on two parts. One is the characteristics of the shared space, such as like corridor, hall, and stairs. These characteristics show the differences between each building because they used different methods and locations of shared space and rooms for the floor plan to include the different functions. The second is the relationships with the floor plan and other plans like the master plan, elevation plan, and structural plan. These relationships show that each building has unique characteristics that are related to the floor plan.
 Keywords
Underwood hall;Appenzeller hall;Stimson hall;Floor plan;Function of buildings;Master plan;
 Language
Korean
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