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Journal of the Korean housing association
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The Korean Housing Association
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Volume 10, Issue 4 - Nov 1999
Volume 10, Issue 3 - Aug 1999
Volume 10, Issue 2 - May 1999
Volume 10, Issue 1 - Feb 1999
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A Study on Housing Environmental Design for Detached House in Cheung-Ju
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 10, issue 1, 1999, Pages 1~9
The subject of this study is housing environmental design of single family housing in urban, which intends to study the way of enhancing the quality of our housing environment through comparative research and analysis in Cheong-ju & Tama. The elements of the environmental design were reviewed for forming of street, open space and park, housing utilities, and environmental facilities. The results are as follows: 1. The plans require informally related influential factor. 2. To make street in housing area as not traffic facilities but a space residents life. 3. In order to improve housing environment, We have to design the elements efficiently for comfort of life.
Study on the Selection of Suitable Resident for C.B.D. Living by Using the Logit Model -The Case of Taegu City-
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 10, issue 1, 1999, Pages 11~19
This study is for the development of C.B.D. residential land that is available in the changeable housing market and urban planning paradigm. The results are as follows. First, we developed a Logit model to analyzed the suitable resident for living downtown and we used several variables in the model such as their living place, the location of their works, in come according to sex and age, and whether they have a car or not. Second, in analysis for the suitable residents using the Logit model, the main demanders who live in C.B.D. or have a job there and the young and old were chosen, Third, it shows that the suitable residents prefer semi-C.B.D. because it has convenient accessibility to C.B.D. rater quickly (in ten minutes). They prefer apartment and Mixed-Use building. Fourth, there are much residential land in semi-C.B.D. (63.7%) so as to support enough land in ease of redevelopment. The land price is tremendously low compared to that of land for business or for C.B.D.
Study on the Recycling of Furniture and Household Electric Appliances
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 10, issue 1, 1999, Pages 21~35
The purposes of the study were: 1) to classify and describe causes of producing wasted furniture and household electric appliances by consumers, 2) to identify the influence of variables on causes of producing wasted furniture and household electric appliances and experience of consumer's recycling behaviors, and 3) to introduce the ways of activating recycling in wasted furniture and household electric appliances which suggested by consumers. 1,132 housewives living in Seoul, Sungnam, and Choongjoo were used as a final sample of the analysis. Data were collected using a self-administered survey. The result of the study indicated the major variable which affects producing wasted furniture and household electric appliances was the perception of recycling. Also, the level of consumers' recycling behavior in furniture and household electric appliances was very low and age and housing type were the major variables which affect consumers' recycling behavior. Finally, the implications and recommendations for consumers, enterprises, and society were suggested.
A Study on the Meaning of the Korean traditional Dwellings and the Cardinal Points
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 10, issue 1, 1999, Pages 37~50
The aim of this study is to consider the meaning of the traditional dwelling house and the cardinal points. The cardinal points is a complex concept of the body-scheme direction and celestial direction. This paper explains the meanings of the traditional dwelling house under the following three subtitles; dwelling as the image of the cosmos; dwelling as the center of the world; dwelling as the subjective space. The traditional dwellings have the prominent characteristic of the image of the cosmos and the center of the world which is regarded the human and the architecture as the microcosmos, and which communicates the heaven with the earth. The traditional dwellings which aims to harmonize the human with the nature have the subjective and meaningful space which articulates the nature through the self-systematization.
A Study on the Merging Typology of Two Adjacent Dwelling Units for the Reuse of Stock Housing -focused on the 15 pyung Apartment Constructed by KNHC, Naju, Korea-
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 10, issue 1, 1999, Pages 51~61
Small apartment housings in Korea are dissatisfied due to the growing areas and changing lifestyle of the residents. Many of them currently confronted with slum areas and kinds of housing stock accumulated much more in Korean contexts. An extention of the existing small houses could be an adaptation model to the increasing requirement standards of the house residents. The new model could support diverse identification of the dwelling model in a settlement and many residents could be satisfied with the settlement. This paper deals with the unification typology of two dwelling units to one in order to remodel existing small apartment houses on the 15-pyung areas (N type) constructed by Korea National Housing Corporation in Naju. The proposed type of the merging of the dwellings remove concrete panel walls, make a path through balcony and attach a living areas to the front of the houses in order to make a circulation between the dwellings. A stair hall can be located in-between or inside the merged houses. It can also enhance privacy against conflictive activities in a house and possibly provide space appropriate for three-generation living. It can be devided for the multi-family use. Finally, the merging types of two dwelling units into one can be used as a device to get rid of the monotonous characteristics and gain diversity in the declining stock housing.
A Study on the Design of Balcony in the Apartment House Focusing on the Energy Saving
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 10, issue 1, 1999, Pages 63~73
The purpose of this study is to provide new design techniques for designers to design energy saving balcony in the apartment house using solar energy passively. These design techniques are examined with some samples of foreign buildings used solar energy passively. To classify these design techniques, this study sorts out the energy saving design elements from the preliminary studies. The results of this study show how to apply each design technique to the design of balcony in the apartment house and present a classification table of these techniques. Finally, this study suggests a design solution which can be applied in the design of balcony in existing apartment house.
The Thermal Environment and Thermal Reaction in the Radiant Floor Heating System
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 10, issue 1, 1999, Pages 75~84
The purpose of this study is to identify the characteristics of the thermal environment, and to analyze the relationship between the thermal reactions and the skin temperatures in the lying position in the radiant floor heating system. The results are as follows: 1) The globe temperature was nearly equal to the operative temperature in the room. 2) The floor surface temperature and the globe temperature were 26.4
, respectively when the whole body temperature was at neutral point. 3) The mean temperature of the six skin parts was 31.3
(cold thermal environment); 34.1
(neutral thermal environment); 35.1
(hot thermal environment).
A Study on Motives and Effective Variables of Residential Mobility
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 10, issue 1, 1999, Pages 85~95
The purpose of this study was to analyze the motives of residential mobility and variables which effect it through surveying questionaires of 240 housewives who lived in a tenement house. The analytical methods adopted in this study were factor analysis, one-way ANOVA, Duncan's multiple range test, multiple regression analysis. The SPSS+ program was used in analysis. The major findings were as follows: First, the motives were composed of 6 factors ; housing improvement, housing policy, accumulation of property, comfortable residential environment, educational environment, traffic convenience. Second, there were a significant differences in residential mobility according to socio-demographic and housing variables. Third, in analysis of variables which effect residential mobility, a housing improvement influenced by socio-demographic variables, an comfortable residential environment influenced by housing variables and also family life cycle was a variable that effect factors such as housing policy, accumulation of property, educational environment and traffic convenience.
The Change of Housing Characteristics during 1985-1995 in Korea
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 10, issue 1, 1999, Pages 97~109
The purpose of this study is to examine the changes of housing characteristics between dwellings occupied by two and more households and one household occupying dwellings over 10 years using the Population and Housing Censuses in 1985, 1990, and 1995. One dwelling for each household, referred to the ratio of the number of dwellings to the number of households, has been one of the most important housing goals in Korea. The results indicated that the ratio of dwellings occupied by one household as well as that of households occupying one dwelling by oneself have been increased since 1985. However, the number of dwellings occupied by two and more households have been decreased but the number of households who share one dwelling with other households have never been decreased. One dwelling for each household has been mainly increased by the multifamily attached dwellers in urban residences. Single-family dettached dwellings in the urban area are the most often shared with other households. Housing policymakers should consider not only the rapidly increasing single households but also renters shared one dwelling with others mostly homeowners of single-family dettached dwellings.
A Study on Near Environment of Child Care and Education Institution for Young Children in Taejon
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 10, issue 1, 1999, Pages 111~124
The purpose of this study is to investigate the neighborhood environment of child care and education institutions in Taejon area. Institutions for research were 44 kindergartens and 36 child care centers. Data were collected by the field study and were analized by SPSS package program. The major findings were: (1) The neighborhood environment of institutions were divided into 13 large classfications and 45 small classifctions and the vacant lots and the construction places, the nature places. (2) The neighborhood environment of institutions were classified as the positive, neutral, negative environment. (3) There was not the significant difference of the neighborhood environment of institutions in the institution type, area.
A Study on the Actual Condition of Management about the Apartment Houses in Israel
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 10, issue 1, 1999, Pages 125~135
This study is intended to analyze the condition of management about the apartment houses in Israel. The subjects of the study were 32 house-committees who live in Jerusalem and Haifa, and who were interviewed by structured questionnaire from the 1st of April through the 30th of May 1997. The statistical methods used for the study were: frequency, percentage, mean, t-test and ANOVA by the SPSS for MS Windows Release 6.0 program. The main results of this study are as follows: 1) The most house-committee members were elected by the residents who attend the annual meeting. 2) The period of management of the committee was average of 4.1 years. 3) The tasks of the committee were to collect the management fee and make the contracts for cleaning and gardening for buildings. 4) The opinion about having the professional managers was negative. 5) The major issues of the committee were being supported by either the local authority or the other organizations which are related to housing management.
An Examination of Needs for the Reuse Planning of Deteriorated Multi-family Housing
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 10, issue 1, 1999, Pages 137~144
This study examines the general reuse plan for deteriorated multi-family housing (apartrtments) in the urban fringe of Taegu City. The apartments which were built in the 1970's have to be improved. It is necessary to carry out the actual investigation for alternatives of reconstruction or reuse. From the above point of view, the study lays its purpose to find pertinent directions for the reasonable reuse plan, and gets on as follows; 1) Analize the residential state for users' needs of detoriorated aprtments through an investigation. 2) Synthesize the experts' opinions about matters related to reuse planning through a questionnaire. 3) Suggest the general solutions in three areas; unit dwelling, housing site, equipment and facilities, Finally, in the future housing development projects, concepts of reuse planning should be reflected beforehand.
An Analysis on the Actual Condition and the Influential Factors in Reconstruction Projects for Deteriorated Apartment Housing
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 10, issue 1, 1999, Pages 145~154
In this study, various factors affect on the reconstruction of the deteriorated apartment housing complex in the Taegu-City were analyzed. The conclusions obtained in this research were summarized as follows; 1) In case of 4 to 5 storied apartment buildings, those were main objects for reconstruction. The number of the buildings and households consisting apartment complex and the total building area and the ground area were appeared as major factors. Those factors were highly correlated with the consensus of reconstruction. 2) As a maximun area of reconstruction was limited, higher existing consensus capacity and its ratio affect negatively on reconstruction of deteriorated apartments. 3) The main motivation for reconstruction is disadvantages among the members of reconstruction association were main obstacles to reconstruct the deteriorated apartment buildings. Therefore, a resoanble alternatives for reconstruction plans and administrative managements were needed.