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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 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
Selecting the target year
Post Occupancy Evaluations and Spatial Behavioral Patterns of Three Bay Unit Plans in Kyungnam Aren - focusing on
apartment units size -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 4, 2002, Pages 1~10
The purpose of this study was to contribute to planning and developing various new apartment unit plans of the future through examining the differences on the spatial behavioral patterns and the post-occupancy evaluation between DK-front type and DK-rear type. 245 households which were included 79 DK-front types and 166 DK-rear types, were collected and analyzed at Masan and Gimhae cities in Kyungnam area. The result is as follows: 1) The analysis of the spatial behavioral patterns revealed that Anbang was the room for the couple independent from guests and children. Living room was the family's room for every activity, used more frequently DK-front types than DK-rear types. The family lift cycles of households, the visual unification between Living room and DK, the closed figures of DK in DK-front types have been influenced for the activities of Living room. 2) In the post-occupancy evaluation, DK-front types were positive in the lighting of DK area and its connection with Living room, while negative in the proximity from entrance to DK, cooking convenience, and the proximity between rooms. It was explained clearly through the reasons of the rejection of DK-front types from now.
The Renovation for Improving House Environment of an Old Independent House
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 4, 2002, Pages 11~17
During the rapid economic growth, many buildings have been built unfaithfully. As a result, the buildings have finished their role in 10 years with dangerous structural elements and deteriorative facilities. This study planned to renovate an old independent house as an original and individual interior space which is its advantage. A house is not the place to eat and sleep, but multiple space with various functions, such as shelter, working, rest, and education. The purpose of this study was to make house environment useful and comfortable by understanding such a situation and by predicting future problems.
A Study on Architectural Characteristics and Introduction of Un-private House
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 4, 2002, Pages 19~26
Despite its relatively small size, at least compared to other architectural programs, the house figures large in the cultural imagination. Closely identified with the individual and nuclear family, it has been frequently considered as an expression of widely held, even universal, values. Conversely, the private house has also been emblematic of more subjective desires, that change not only from person to person but from generation to generation. Certain conclusions can be drawn about the status of the private house at the end of the century, both as cultural invention and as a product of the autonomous discipline of architecture. The contemporary loftlike living space is similarly associated with work, given its emergence as an alternative home for individuals wanting space in which to live and work. In the case of what might be called the "un-private house", it is ofen a digital presence and the change of family system. This study was conducted to define the un-private house through public/private. The architectural characteristics of un-private house are as follows; 1) Alternatives- large open space with multiple function and collective free plan 2) Dematerialization- steel and glass with visual openness and ambiguity 3) Digital & Interfaces- fold and screen using technology and program. Especially, the un-private house is designed to provide individuals with emotional, superficial, and synergistic space, focusing on the personal life-style.
A Study on the Method to Predict Underground Temperature in Gumi City
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 4, 2002, Pages 27~33
In Gumi area, the heating and cooling loads for underground building could have not been correctly evaluated since there were no systems accurate underground temperature. For solving this problem two ways of predicting the underground temperature were propose. Firstly, it is to estimate the underground temperature of Gumi area by averaging out the underground temperature of the areas around Gumi city. However, the underground temperature data of the areas around Gumi city was only limited to 0.5m and 1.0m under the ground. Secondly, it is to calculate the underground temperature of Gumi area by using a periodic equation with variable about underground properties. Among these methods, the method of the average date was more correct, but the method of the variable date was more available.
A Study on the Architectural Characteristics in the Saha Villages
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 4, 2002, Pages 35~42
The purpose of this study is to look into the question-What kind of factors, among various influencing factors of temple architecture, change the development of villages with their its relationships to the temple. For the study, the villages located around a temple site with special geographic characteristics were chosen. It was analyzed and generalized what kind of social factors were chosen and applied to the design of residential buildings in those villages. The characteristics of the buildings in the villages that have relationships with the temple appeared to be as follows; Financial factor of the temple, rather than religious influences of it, appeared to influence strongly over the forms of building and the spaces of village. The village which formed along a new entrance axis to the temple were transformed to have a spatial organization along with added sightseeing and commercial functions. The villages have different spatial structures depending on their land uses. In short, the form of entrance axis to the temple has changed the economical dependence of villages on the temple, and becomes the major factor of transforming the spatial organization of the villages.
Types of Housing Lifestyle and Preference for Interior Design Image among Urban Female Residents
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 4, 2002, Pages 43~52
This study explores the types of lifestyle of females living in urban areas, and examines the relationship between the types of lifestyle and the preference for interior design images. The research sample is 301 adult females in Kwangju City, Korea. The sample is divided into two groups by employment status. Based on eight lifestyles by related factors, four major lifestyle types are classified: traditional type, private and sensible type, passive and private type, and environment-oriented and sensible type. The portions of these types are 32.6% of passive and private type, 21.6% of environment-oriented and sensible one, 21.6% of active and sensible one, and 16.6% of traditional one. The research of the lifestyle types reveals that they differ by age, marital status, education, and dwelling types. There are negligible differences among four types in preference for three interior design images.
Planning and Design Guidelines for the New Lifestyles in One-person Officetels
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 4, 2002, Pages 53~60
The purpose of this study is to provide the guidelines for the planning and design of officetels, meeting the requirements of life in one-person household which is a new type in housing market. Literature survey is used as a research method. We analyzed the needs of officetel residents, by reviewing researches and by examining internet homepages and catalogs of 20 officetels sold since 2000. Case study analysis method is used as a qualitative analysis. The major findings of this study are as follows; 1) In dwelling unit space, it lacks the independence of working space and the privacy of living space. Therefore, the provision of various unit plans, such as 2-bay plan, unit with mezzanine floor or movable walls, layout of kitchen and dining area in window side, is proposed. 2) In communal space, it lacks the consideration of natural environments and the systematic maintenance. Therefore, the introduction of communal workshop and conference rooms and of various types of garden space, is proposed.
Analysis of the Impacts of Stack Effect in High-rise Residential Buildings
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 4, 2002, Pages 61~66
The objectives of this study are to clarify the impacts of stack effect in high-rise residential buildings and to present technical methods to reduce stack effect. For the evaluation of stack effect, architectural design guidelines were used and computer program simulations based on network model were performed. The evaluation shows that problems due to stack effect may be reduced by appropriate architectural designs, such as increase in air-tightness of building envelop, and provision of vestibules around entrance and elevator hall doors.
A Review of the Reflection of Residents' Opinions in Reconstruction-Planned Apartments - A Case Study of Public Housing in Yongbong-dong, Gwangju
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 4, 2002, Pages 67~73
The purpose of this study is to investigate the reflection degree of residents' opinions and their participation, on the premise that the reconstruction of apartments is a process of the concrete realization of residents' dwelling needs and of the recreation of living spaces. Here are some of results of this research; Although apartment residents who have experienced the process of reconstruction have a great desire to participate and a wide range of participation, the proper procedure of participation is not prepared and the contents of reconstruction is not fully understood. And the residents have the different opinions on 'height and mass of apartment' and 'amount of compensation and payment'. Meanwhile, the residents believe that all of them should take part in the participation process and some government interventions are needed. Accordingly, various ways for resident participation in the process of reconstruction are to be provided and new techniques for encouraging public participation are to be sought.
A Study on the Understanding of Urban landscape Planning and Administration - Survey of Specialists & Public Officers in Gwang-ju City and Chonnam Province, Korea -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 4, 2002, Pages 75~80
To make more beautiful and exciting scenery of a city, the design of private buildings has to be controlled in a way to improve the public amenity by the proper design of buildings ensuring views to natural assets in the city. And it is important to provide an urban landscape solution, while solving the afflictions of architects between their dream in individual architecture and the significances of Urban landcape as a whole. This research is based on the survey of the experts and public officers in the field of Urban landcape planning and administration in Gwang-ju City and Chonnam Province in Korea. The search reveals the following fact. Comparing the fact that some of foreign countries have proper systems of planning, regulations, guidelines, and design awards for the improvement of Urban landcape long time ago, the systems of Urban landcape planning and related administration in Korea is still in a primitive stage, due to the lack of the consideration of local characteristics and resources, variety of solutions, and setting of goals and objectives. Consequently, public enlightening of the importance of Urban landcape and the development of relevant contents in Urban landcape planning and administration are mostly required, to build up the system that can allow people to live in beautiful and good scenery of a city.
A Survey on the Residents' and Experts' Consciousness to Planning of the Environment-Friendly Apartment Complex
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 4, 2002, Pages 81~88
The purpose of this study is to accumulate basic data to establish planning direction and planning factors for the environment-friendly apartment complex. For this purpose, the survey has been conducted to residents living in an apartment housing and graduate students, architects and research experts in the field. The major findings of this study are as follows; 1) The basic concept of planning factors for environment-friendly apartment complex are energy saving, resources saving, minimizing environment pollution, natural harmony, regional identity and pursuit of residents' health & amenity. 2) For the planning factors of environment-friendly apartment complex, the residents had a great regard for aspect of Low-Impact (energy saving, resources saving, minimizing environment pollution). The experts, on the other hand, had a great regard for aspect of High-contact (natural harmony, regional identity). 3) It was increase of prime cost that the residents and experts regarded as the most important problem of planning and purchasing of environment-friendly apartment. It thus appears that the promotion of environmental consciousness of residents taking in the portion of increased cost is crucial parts and also that the role of the connected aspects such as administration, construction companies and residents must be redefined in order to manage problems caused in process of the development of it.