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Journal of the Korean housing association
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Volume 13, Issue 1 - Nov 2002
Volume 13, Issue 6 - Oct 2002
Volume 13, Issue 4 - Oct 2002
Volume 13, Issue 3 - Oct 2002
Volume 13, Issue 5 - Jun 2002
Volume 13, Issue 2 - Apr 2002
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The Changes of the Garbage Problem Importance through the Number of Articles, Column Headings and Contents of Dong A Ilbo
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 3, 2002, Pages 1~9
Desolation of the earth due to environmental pollution is rising as a world wide problem and concern. At this point we need to look into the problem and set up a direction for the future. In order to reveal the change of garbage problems in our county's civil life, a researcher analyzed 369 garbage related articles from the first edition of Dong A Ilbo up to 1990. The following is the result of data from garbage related articles. It is organized by age and era(10 years). 1) Number of articles by year roses in 1921 after first publication of garbage problem article. In the 1930s, the number of articles drastically increased in 1937. From then on, the number of articles declined until early 1970s but roses again from 1978. 2) Yearly change in articles was a mere 1.2 columns in between 1920 to 1960. In the 1970's, relative importance increased and over 5 columns were published. Articles rose in the 1980s with over 3.4 and 5 columns. 3) The contents of the articles can be classified into cleaning problems, collecting and transporting, expenses, and recycling. Garbage disposal problems continued until the 1970s. Regarding garbage collecting problems, form of collecting container and location was discussed. Laws were revised after garbage disposal areas were discussed in the 1920s. Expenses were levied from the 1930s and rising cost and double charge problems were subjected. Garbage recycling began in the 1920s and continued until 1900s.
A Study on Meaning of the Water and Water space in western
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 3, 2002, Pages 11~20
The purpose of this study is to find out the meanings of water and water spaces in the Western architecture. The meaning of water is investigated by means of mythology and literature studies. It is found that water has ambivalent meanings, i.e. life and death, creation and destruction, chastity and sensuality. The meanings of water spaces in the Western architecture are dramatic, secret and dynamic, and represent publicity, verticality, formality in addition to desire for authority and realization(embodiment) of paradise. Water space is an essential component of beautiful and dynamic spaces and is used to revitalize dreary spaces.
A Study on the Architectural Characteristics of ¡？Verbena Heights¡？Estate in Hong Kong
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 3, 2002, Pages 21~31
The purpose of this study is to find the architectural characteristics of Verbena Heights, super high-rise complex housing, which has been most highly evaluated as a new town development model in Hong Kong, as a successful case of new housing type and sustainable design. The analyzed features of Verbena Heights are as follows; 1) Formation of various open spaces by a creative layout. 2) Enhancement of natural ventilation and daylighting by a linear plan instead of conventional cruciform plans. 3) Applications of integrated facade design for noise mitigation and for sunlight shading. 4) Adoption of energy-efficient devices, use of recyclable materials, and improvement of livability by a sustainable design process. These architectural characteristics provide the high-density high-rise housing with more efficient and comfortable environments for residents. And it is proved that the sustainable design can enhance the quality of dwelling environment.
Space Programing of Community Center in Multi-Family Housing
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 3, 2002, Pages 33~43
The purpose of this paper is to develop a space program of the new community center in multi-family housing. The community center defined in this study is a communal facility which integrate cultural and welfare facilities and activity programs into a complex. Through the analysis of the community programs and spaces for multi-family housing community, a new community center program is proposed. And basic area guidelines are proposed through the making of the space modelling of the important area of the center. According to the guidelines, more spaces compared to the present standards and conditions are needed for a new community center. However, the adjustment of area regulation is essential, considering the fast changing trend of resident's social needs. A new regulation system that controls the total area of function spaces of a community center, rather than controlling each function and area, is required. This kind of system makes it possible to decide programs freely within the limit of total floor area regulation by neighborhood's characteristics and residents'preference.
A Study on Spatial Composition of the Reusing Unit in High-rise Mixed-Use Condominium
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 3, 2002, Pages 45~53
The purpose of this study is to examine the characteristics of unit plans in the high-rise mixed-use condominium and to provide the data fur architectural planning and design. The tools of statistical analysis are frequency, percentage, mean, cross-tab, and correlation. The results of this study are as fellows; The most frequently found shape of unit is a deformed polygon. The common rooms in housing units are dressing room, powder room, offset-kitchen, family room, passage, hallway, and foyer. The specially prepared spaces are wash room, home bar, independent porch, and garden. As to room size and area ratio in a dwelling unit, those of living room are biggest and highest irrespective of unit size. As the floor area of unit increases, does the size of each room and space but the area ratio of each room decreases. This research is made to develop an Apartment Information System. This integrated information system is to be designed to provide residents of high-rise mixed-use condominiums with convenient, economical, and safe life.
A study on a Residential Environment of Daksil in Bonghwa
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 3, 2002, Pages 55~60
This article is to review the concepts of Confucian Utopia in Chosun Dynasty by looking into a sample of Daksil Village in Bongwha area. Here are some of the investigation. 1. The spatial composition entities of Daksil Village are both Confucian and Tao elements. 2. The whole views are made up by placing the Taoist View(gardens) into the Confucianist view(village and Seowon) and by placing the Confucianist view(summer house) into the Taoist view(Valley view of Seokcheonjeong). Two worlds are integrated into one by including each other. 3. According to the theory of geomancy(fang-shui), Daksil has the shape of ‘Geum-Gye-Po-Ran (Golden chicken embracing eggs)’, which is considered to be a land of fortune. Conclusively, Confucianists in Chosen Dynasty adopted fang-shui details when they built a residence, while they put much importance on Confucian and Tao elements. Moreover, it is found in the records that “It is a good place to start a village if there are mountains and water near the residence.” The fact that Daksil village is located at a day's distance from Seowon-Seokcheonjeongsa-Village-Jaesil-Grave proves that the residential village is set at an ideal place.
A Study on the Spatial Composition Characteristic in Rural Residential Area: A case of Hanbam Village
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 3, 2002, Pages 61~69
This research is to analyze the spatial organization of a traditional rural community and its characteristics, the case of Hanbam village located in the north of Daegu city. The conclusions of this study are as follows; 1. The difference between private space and public space in the residential area of Hanbam village is obvious, and these two spaces are organically related each other by means of road. These spaces have some spatial characteristics of organization, such as center, hierarchy and sequence. 2. The private space consists of a residence module and a farming area in the settlement, and it is clearly farmed by the firm fence of rocks and by surrounding roads. Fruit-bearing trees such as Pyrus pyrifolia, Cornus officinalis, Diospyros kaki, Juglans sinensis are planted at the boundary. And most of residences are composed of a building, a inner court and farming fields. 3. The public space for the community mainly functions as ‘a meeting place’for residents, and consists of recreational spaces, ceremonial spaces, community facilities, and social facilities. Among these, Jeong-ja(pavilion), Seong-an Soop(forest) and Dae-chong(building for common use) are of great cultural value as important traditional spaces. 4. Two kinds of road are commonly fecund in the village; spontaneously generated one and planned one. This is straight inner streets and access paths to the village, and that is curvilinear alleys which are connected to Dae-chong, the core of village. Also stone walls and climbing plants on them are major elements of village landscape.
A study on the Resident's Satisfaction in Habitat Housing
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 3, 2002, Pages 71~84
The purpose of this study is to investigate residents'opinions about Habitat Housing. It is also aimed to influence the future directions of Habitat Housing, by understanding the contents of residents'satisfaction and need of houses and surroundings. Direct interview and questionary methods were used for the survey of residents in housing complexes - 24 households in Kwang-yang and 47 households in Asan. SPSS 10.0 program was used for a statistical analysis. Residents are generally satisfied with the surroundings of housing sites, and with the interior spaces of houses. However, dissatisfactions were surveyed of community facilities, site planning, outdoor space, maintenance system, and veranda design of housing units. This result might be helpful to provide planning and design guidelines for the future Habitat Housing.
A Study on the Planning of Cohabitating Housing for the Elderly
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 3, 2002, Pages 85~91
The purpose of this study is to find out the effective planning guidelines of elderly housing fur the aged people living with their sons or daughters. To investigate the actual conditions and the problems of housing environments, two hundred and six old people in Gwangiu city, aged over sixty and living with their sons and daughters, were interviewed individually and they provided the useful answers to the questions. The houses for three generations need to have the proper degree of privacy fur each family member, by arranging rooms for their own independent living space while securing the sufficient common space. Therefore, independent and safe living environments are to be made for the elderly and the choice of various types be made according to their own demands. It is also necessary to guarantee the continuation of inhabitation by establishing health care systems and life support services.
A Study on the Facility Utilization and the Residents¡？Cognition of Public Open Spaces in Apartment Housing
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 3, 2002, Pages 93~101
The goal of this survey is to propose planning and design informations for the public open spaces in apartment housing, through the observation and analysis of the current situations. For this, the planning information of housing suppliers about public open spaces and the spatial utilization of users were compared and by analyzing facility utilization and resident\`s recognition. This study is also intended to guide the future directions of the research for the improvement of public open spaces. The research follows three phases; \circled1 To understand the conditions of public open spaces in apartment housing sites through survey and analysis of catalogues and references. \circled2 To study on facility utilization and resident's recognition by observation and analysis. \circled3 To propose planning guidelines for the improvement of public open space by recognition differences of facilities.
A study on the Residents¡？Behavior for the Planning of the Shared Community Space
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 3, 2002, Pages 103~113
The purpose of this study is to find out the characteristics of users'behavior for the planning of the shared community space(SCS). It was analyzed and estimated that the present status of the SCS of the contemporary multi-family housing sites in Korea and the residents'behavior in the SCS. Theoretic investigation and empirical research methods were used in this study. The empirical survey focused on seeking out user-oriented design criteria, based on the analysis of residents'usage behavior for the SCS. The analysis was made by both quantitative and qualitative methods. The results of this study are as follows; First, as to the usage status survey for the SCS, there is a difference in the degree of usage according to their locations. Second, as to the analysis of the SCS through a mental map, the sketch map analysis is found to be a useful research method for the SCS planning by actualizing the residents'behavior characteristics. In detail, the main characteristics in the SCS planning are nearness, centrality, intimacy, combination of facilities and the connection with the main paths of the complex.