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A Study on the Space Analysis of Residential House Plans in Rural New-Town Development Area Using the Space Syntax
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Space Analysis of Residential House Plans in Rural New-Town Development Area Using the Space Syntax
Hwang, Yong-Woon;
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 Abstract
The remarkable growth of city population and rate of urbanization are increasing every year rapidly in Korea. On the other hand young people are decreasing and old people are increasing in rural areas. So in 2009, the five Rural New-Town Development Areas were selected by the Ministry for Food, Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries. To provide data necessary for housing types and floor planning and development suitable for rural new-town development to be implemented constantly in rural areas all over the country later, this study used a space syntax program to analyze housing types and space structures within houses in five new-town development areas. After analyzing 33 floor plans for the five areas, there were few houses with separation of communal (integration space) and personal living spaces (segregation space). In particular, 82% had personal living spaces requiring protection of privacy, such as bedrooms and the toilet, classified into communal living spaces. Residential houses for rural new-town development targeting the young population valuing personal life and privacy, which failed to reflect city people's life properly, were expected to decrease residential satisfaction after occupancy.
 Keywords
Rural New-Town;Space Syntax;Integration;Segregation Real Relation Asymmetry(RRA);
 Language
Korean
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