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The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities
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Korean Institute of Educational Facilities
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Volume 19, Issue 6 - Nov 2012
Volume 19, Issue 5 - Sep 2012
Volume 19, Issue 4 - Jul 2012
Volume 19, Issue 3 - May 2012
Volume 19, Issue 2 - Mar 2012
Volume 19, Issue 1 - Jan 2012
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A Study on Strategy to Develop Underground Space of Campus - Focused on the Analyses of the Campuses of Main Universities Nationwide -
Park, Hoon ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities, volume 19, issue 6, 2012, Pages 3~14
DOI : 10.7859/kief.2012.19.6.003
University campus has grown and developed along with history of human in connection with transition characteristics of city. In particular, reflecting the features in the times, the masterplan should explore its main roles today when international growth of university is pursued. In particular, center core and quad space, focusing on main components of campus such as main building, student union hall and main lecture facility, are the prototype of campus components and have been pursued to have importance in terms of shape and function as traditional campus space strategy. Recently, however, new strategy has been proposed to explore orders of campus utilizing the underground space focusing on main universities. Design of Hana Plaza of Korea University and Bekyangro of Yeonsei University, the targets of this study, actively explore this strategy. This study analyzed such strategies in terms of concept of space to obtain space, design trend of main universities at home and abroad, and viewpoint of integrated masterplan proposal. Conclusions from this study are as follows. First, concept of quad and center space found in the design of traditional campus is reinterpreted into new design aspects through development of underground space. Second, development of underground space is approached to overcome the limit of existing campus and to present the vision of universities 100 years ahead. Third, ever-changing complicated urban environment has been reflected in space configuration of campus and positioned as strategy to implement this as modern construction technique. Third, implementation of pedestrian-oriented campus has been pursued by reinforcing utilization of inclined topography of urban environment in Korea. This enables to obtain spaces for main activities of students and to implement the space where student support facilities are concentrated and activities are performed actively. Such features can be presented as conclusions of this study.
A Comparative Analysis Between an UPDP of Namhansan Elementary School and a DQIfS in U.K.
Koh, In-Lyong ; Kang, Tae-Woong ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities, volume 19, issue 6, 2012, Pages 15~23
DOI : 10.7859/kief.2012.19.6.015
Two government affiliated research institutes, EDUMAC and AURI, are developing some tools for an user participating design process in public recently. The tools are originated from DQI/DQIfS, launched in 2002 by CIC(Construction Industry Council) in U.K.. At the beginning DQI/DQIfS was not a tool for making a decision but for a communication between layman and experts of architectural process. Because of this intent the most crucial thing is not DQI/DQIfS itself but how to use the tool: CIC is trying to develop various ways of facilitation. Domestic situation is no exception. Without a proper tool there were an independent user participating process in 2001 and it must have been the first participating process in architectural discourse. Through the seven workshops, the users of Namhansan elementary school drew not only the vision of the school but also concrete requirements which have been continuously adopted so far. The aims of this paper to analyse two facilitation processes: DQI/DQIfS in U.K. and the case of Namhansan process. Even not a proper tools for the process there was a spontaneous facilitation in Namhansan process. When we make a comparison between the Namhansan process and the DQI/DQIfS process there are considerable similarities in terms not only of the process itself but also the results. It shows that there are possibilities to make a Korean facilitation in a user participating process and this study must be the first step.
A Study on the Strategies to Extend the Borderline of University Campuses - Focused on Seoul National University -
Park, Hoon ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities, volume 19, issue 6, 2012, Pages 25~36
DOI : 10.7859/kief.2012.19.6.025
University campuses have been developed along with the historical development of mankind in association with the characteristics of urban changes. In particular, regarding the master plan reflecting periodic characteristics, now is the time to grope for crucial roles today that we are pursuing international growth of universities. Also, with the development of cities, in terms of the aspects of campus development, various borderline extension strategies are explored due to the physical limitation. And with the program methods through the exchange with the local community, we are concretizing this through the formation of new campuses. Seoul National University, the subject of this paper, is groping for ways of extension through the SNU-Valley Project with its Gwanak campus. Along with this, it is looking for ways of cubic borderline extension by forming Siheung international campus. The conclusion drawn through above contents is as written below: First, universities located in cites have relatively more limitations in the extension of campus space along with the development of urban space changes. To overcome this, various ways like political or physical space extension strategies are being explored. Second, along with the physical strategies visually shown in suggesting university campus master plans, we can recognize the importance of suggesting vision through specialization strategies. Third, it is about the importance of improving relationship with the local community. With the approaches based on human resources and reasonable connection of space, this also plays roles in enhancing the urbanity of the campus. Fourth, we can see the aspects of campus' urban function enhancing. It is needed to connect urban context that a region has with environment and grope for ways to enhance centrality, connection, and accessibility in it.
Analysis on Educational Facilities in Focus of Architectural Planning
Park, Jong-Jin ; So, Kab-Soo ; Kim, Seung-Je ;
The Journal of Korean Institute of Educational Facilities, volume 19, issue 6, 2012, Pages 37~44
DOI : 10.7859/kief.2012.19.6.037
According to the reports by the OECD and UN in 2012, Korea is evaluated highly of its enthusiasm and level of education compared to other evaluation indices. This result implies that Korea has much more interest in education than other countries. In reality however, the nation does not provide an adequate condition in other aspects such as the quality of life of citizens and its educational environment. For this reason, our country currently promotes and operates various policies and environmental improvements in an effort to coincide with the timely demands and to cope up with the advanced educational system. Researches in particular are being implemented on Korea's current educational policies by specialists related to their specific fields. This study is to understand the periodic trends of the educational facilities according to the specialist-oriented articles and apply it as a basic resource to the future researches on the corresponding field.