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Application of the Public Buildings for the Korean-style houses in the availability of R&D technologies - Focused on Drawings of Agricultural Education and Experience Center in Na-Ju, Korea
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  • Journal title : KIEAE Journal
  • Volume 16, Issue 3,  2016, pp.13-23
  • Publisher : Korea Institute of Ecological Architecture and Environment
  • DOI : 10.12813/kieae.2016.16.3.013
 Title & Authors
Application of the Public Buildings for the Korean-style houses in the availability of R&D technologies - Focused on Drawings of Agricultural Education and Experience Center in Na-Ju, Korea
Kim, Young-Hoon; Peck, Yoo-Jung; Park, Joon-Young; Chun, Kuk-Chun;
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 Abstract
Purpose: In this paper, based on the design drawings of Naju Agricultural Technology Learning Center by focusing on features of New-Hanok applied technology in the design and construction process of New-Hanok Type Public buildings by looking at the characteristics of the whole building is planned to be presented in the future development direction and value of public architecture applied to public buildings. Method: we first review the Phase 1 study results of technology development and application technology to look at the type and characteristics of the technologies applied in Naju Hanok Experience Agriculture Learning Center. As construction designs through the consultation suggestions reflect changes were seven times. By analyzing the changes in the basic design and conduct design in the process were organized for the new technologies applied and whether the application of existing technology hanok. Result: (1) Complements the shortcomings of technology and R & D to offer an alternative to the reinforcement was omitted modify the construction method or irrational process. (2) Implementation of a technique aiming to apply new-hanok workability and economic efficiency is based on a combination of the modern construction techniques and materials. (3) The use of modern materials to the extent that can assist in the purpose and function of the building are to be accommodated. (4) There is sufficient historical study and design plan for establishing identity is necessary in order to reflect the history and tradition of new-hanok public buildings.
 Keywords
New-Hanok;New-Hanok type Public Buildings;New-Hanok R&D Technology;Education and Research Facility;Neo-Korean Style Public Building;Applied Techniques by part in Hanok;Agricultural Education and Experience Center;
 Language
English
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