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Journal of the Korean housing association
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The Korean Housing Association
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Volume & Issues
Volume 11, Issue 4 - Nov 2000
Volume 11, Issue 3 - Aug 2000
Volume 11, Issue 2 - May 2000
Volume 11, Issue 1 - Jan 2000
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A Study on the Plans of Court type in Modern Urban Detached Houses
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 11, issue 3, 2000, Pages 1~14
The purpose of this study is to analyze the characteristics of court type in Urban Detached Houses. This study deals with single-unit Korean houses designed by architects, which are included in architectural periodicals and books published since 1980. The results of this study, the types of houses court plan are obtained from the mass of site and plans shape. There are five types which are Backyard type, Corridor type, Atrium type, Inner garden type, and Dae-chyung-ma-roo type. And 9 plans of Dae-chyung-ma-roo type house are shown in this paper. Especially, Dae-chyung-ma-roo type is outdoor space with over 2 door of the room and that is extended indoor space.
A Study on the Fuzziness of the Korea's Traditional Architecture
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 11, issue 3, 2000, Pages 9~18
The fuzzy theory is on the basis of understanding of the subjectivity and the ambiguity. The paradigm of the fuzzy theory is to explore a regularity from the subjectivity and the ambiguity. Nowadays, the fuzziness, the main concept of the fuzzy theory, is widely applied to a lot of fields as the theory which is positively accepted and actively interpreted. In the science, the fuzziness is officially called as multi-valence. On the other side, there exists the other theory called Han-ism which is presumed as a prototype of korean philosophy. The basic concept of the Han-ism - one, many, middle, same, about - includes the fuzziness. The purpose of this study is to unfold the interrelationship between the fuzzy theory and Han-ism, and furthermore, to interpretate the cultural phenomenon and architectural spaces in koreas traditional architecture with a viewpoint, the fuzziness of the Han-ism.
A study on the Site Planning of the Dwellings in Hahoe Village
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 11, issue 3, 2000, Pages 19~27
The purpose of this study is to examine exposure and direction in slope as well as entrance of site in order to research the site planning of the dwellings in Hahoe Village. In this study, the survey data during seventeen month from April 1998 to August 1999 was measured and analyzed. The result of this study were as follows ; 1) The rate of exposure and direction in slope as well as entrance of site was find out in order of the south(30~38%).east(22~28%).north(21~24%).west(14~22%) aspect. Among others, exposure was most due south.southeast.southwest aspect. 2) The interrelation of exposure and direction in slope as well as entrance of site was find out high within the limits of general visible.
A Study on the Better Housing Plan Competition by the Architectural Association of Chosun in 1992
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 11, issue 3, 2000, Pages 29~41
The main object of this research was to study the better housing business by the Architectural Association of Chosun. The Architectural Association of Chosun was founded in 1992 and it influenced great deal on the development of Korean architecture. The Architectural Association of Chosun took the first step in business by holding the Better Housing Plan Competition which was the first housing plan competition in Korea, Also, it meant the enlightenment of better cultural housing. Overall, it can be summarized as follows; 1) It could be considered that the Architectural Association of Chosun was connected with the Japanese Colonial Policy of that time. 2) The Better Housing Plan Competition indicated the way of improving better living condition. 3) Most of the prize-wining works emphasized economical and practical way of housing. 4) The wanted to get out of the old conventional way of hosing. 5) All the plans showed \" the living\" and it meant that \" the living: is the centre of family life which connected the modern housing plan. 6) Western way of life was combined with the conventional style, in other words, modernization of life was derived from the western style. 7) Better housing plan which is more suitable for the Korean weather and environment was not considered. 8) Colonial domination of Japanese style could also be found in housing. Most of the plans used Japanese style as the basic housing style. housing style.
A Study on the Characteristics of the Folk Houses in the Upper Area of Seomjin River -focused on the generating housing floor plans-
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 11, issue 3, 2000, Pages 43~51
This study aims to find the characteristics of the folk houses in the upper area of Seomjin river in the view point of generating housing floor plans by their human and natural elements of environment. Because they are formed differently as them and have the characteristics as the houses in the upper area of Seomjin river. Seomjin river flows from mid-west area of the Korean peninsula to the southern sea. This is about 212.3km long and the fourth in the south of the Korean peninsula. It is surrounded high mountains in the upper area and makes open field in the mid and lower area of river. The study is surveyed and analyzed to the folk houses of the middle and lower class people in the area of Seomjin river. Because they have been formed by their natural and human elements of environment gradually. They are 35 houses - 13 in Jinan-kun, 4 in Imsil-kun, 10 in Namwon city, 10 in Sunchang-kun. They are analyzed by their floor plans and their spatial relations. The result of this study is that they are made by their natural and human elements of environment. There are some houses with semi-several wings and with storage that are appeared in the mountain village. It reflects that they are surrounded by high mountains. And there are some houses with wooden floor room that are appeared in the area of river little in the area of mountain. To prevent wind from the river the houses are layouted as a form . open ㄴ type, open ㄷ type, and their wall is made of stone and planted bamboo trees around their houses.
A Study of Residents' Consciousness on the Environmental Friendly Renovation of Deteriorated Multi-family Housing
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 11, issue 3, 2000, Pages 53~63
The purpose of this study is to improve design method for renovating an environmental friendly residential space where nature and humans could coexist. In the present study, five deteriorated multi-family housing complexes have been selected and one hundred and thirty eight dwellers have been asked about ecological important factors through the questionnaire. This study presents the adaptable solutions, such as are the enlargement of unit space or area, the renovation of facade, the functional change for dwellings on the ground level, the open piping of circulation systems, the expansion of community facilities(include greenarea), the build up of spatial hierarchy and the housing development set reuse planning forth as a premise, for the aspects of dwelling unit, building block and site planning.
A Study on the Apprehension inclination and Behavioral Patterns in An-Bang of the Single Detached Urban Dwellings
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 11, issue 3, 2000, Pages 65~73
The purpose of this study is to analyze the Apprehension inclination and Behavioral Patterns in Single Detached Urban Dwellings. For this purpose, a survey was conducted by 200 housewives who live in Daegu. The data were analyzed by using frequencies, percentage, mean, factor analysis,
-test. The results of this study are as follows: 1. An-Bang of the Single Detached Urban Dwellings has been still shown traditional Apprehension inclination. 2. 5 types of Behavioral patterns in An-Bang are identified. 5 types of Behavioral patterns are related with Seating style. 3. Apprehension inclination in An-Bang are identified. 5 types of Behavioral Patterns and Seating style.
A Study for Setting Up the Evaluation Items of Housing for the Elderly
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 11, issue 3, 2000, Pages 75~86
This study was conducted to develop standards for evaluating what extent the physical environments of housing which can cope with the needs of the aging society. To set up the evaluation items of housing for the elderly, the evaluation items were formulated after analyzing the items or indices presented by the previous studies. This study was proceeded with in such an order as setting up the scope of evaluation, setting up the areas of evaluation, and setting up the items of evaluation. The scope of evaluation was limited to the indoor spaces of housing as it was thought that the elderly spend much more time at indoors, considering their physical characteristics. The areas of evaluation were composed of seven areas; general matters of housing(14 items), bedroom(35 items), living room(24 items), kitchen(29 items), bathroom(45 items), toilet(40 items), and staircase(15 items). The items of each area included those relevant to general matters, heating and ventilation, light source, openings, and related equipment. Therefore, the items of the evaluation areas were 202 in total.
A Study of Residents' Demand for External Space of Apartment Site
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 11, issue 3, 2000, Pages 87~98
This study derives problems of external space utilization site from on-site observation and questionnaire survey in order to suggest solutions for the problems. The main results are follows. First, fences as visual boundaries of apartment site play some negative roles - separation of space and heterogeneity of circumstance. This study suggests green fences to cure this problem. Second, residents want to change space use - ground to be used as green space or space for relaxation in stead of parking lots, elevator hall as social space, and underground as bike parks or health centers. Third, rooftop space, used as empty space or machine storage space, should be designed to be utilized as relaxation space by making easy to enter and exit.
Universal Design Characteristics in Small Apartment Housing Focusing on the Physically Disabled
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 11, issue 3, 2000, Pages 99~107
The purpose of this study was to identify the universal design characteristics in residential environments. The subjects were 135 physically disabled persons who lived in the rental multi-family housing apartments in Pusan. Interview method was used for this study. They were an average age of 51 years and 63% were male. They were low income families and lived in 12 pyung (
) apartments. They were asked about what housing characteristics were constraints in their daily living. They pointed out that the constraints in their apartments were as follows: 1) the small amount of space in the bathroom, kitchen, bedroom, and the entrance area of housing unit, 2) the unflat floor level between the bathroom and the hallway, or the balcony and the bedroom, 3) the slippery floor finish in the bathroom, 4) lack of grab bars or handrails in the bathroom and the ramp, 5) the kitchen work centers and the electric switches at improper height, and 6) the steep ramp. Therefore, the universal design characteristics in residential environments were the adequate amount of space, flat floor level, non-slippery floor finish, grab bars or handrails, accessible height, and ramp.
Physical Living Environment for the Elderly with Dementia-Type Problems -Focused on the Assessment of Two Dementia Care Facilities-
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 11, issue 3, 2000, Pages 109~124
The major purpose of this study was to assess the physical living environment of two dementia care facilities to provide the guidelines and/or basic data for planning the facility. The instrument used in this study was a 17 page-checklist including 10 dimensions with 183 specific items developed by the researcher. The results of the study revealed that the overall mean score for 10 dimensions was 1.13(JK facility: 1.16 and BL facility: 1.10) explaining a little higher than average level in physical features. Among 10 dimensions, toilet & bathroom arrangements showed the highest mean assessment score(1.28), while common area showed the lowest mean score(0.8). The general conclusions and implications were made based on the results of the assessment.
A Study on the Amount of Supply Water Consumption by Entropy in APT
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 11, issue 3, 2000, Pages 125~136
The purpose of this study was to analyze water consumption in each apartment buildings influenced by several factors that are the income level of inhabitants, life style, the area apartments and climate. The automation of sanitary machines or facilities in recently built apartments has caused largely increases in amount of water consumption. Therefore, the design for water supply is very important for the maintenance of the optimum level or pressure of water supply. This study is based on the offer of basic data for improving the quality of water supply and employing the sanitary machines or sanitary facilities by analysis of amount increased of water consumption rapidly. Amount of water consumption data, the change in quality of entropy to the supply water pipe was analyzed and presented to indicate the necessary to basic materials for the design of an optimal water pipe.
A Study on the Micro-climate Characteristics of Haheo Village
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 11, issue 3, 2000, Pages 137~144
The purpose of this study is to examine the climate characteristics of Haheo in order to find ecological design of a traditional village and residence. In this study, the weather data during sixteen month from May 1998 to August 1999 was measured and analyzed. The results of this study were as follows; 1) In winter, the west wind was dominant at the 60% of rate during the day. The rate of west wind decreased to 30% at night, while the rate of south wind and south-east wind increased to 40%. 2) The relative humidity was higher than 90% at morning because of a fog in summer. 3) In summer, there were many days that the air temperature rose over
in the daytime, but the air temperature fell about