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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
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A Study on the Dematerialized Expression of the Contemporary house - focused on Korean houses since 1990's -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 5, 2002, Pages 1~8
Contemporary architecture shows complex aspects of various design in form and material. Such trends even change classical materiality and this concept is believed to be the background of current ideas - digital, information, imagination with paradigm. This study inquires the general concept of dematerial. In the process searching for the forming basic background this study understands the characteristic. With characteristics drawn in chapter three, this study show the present status of the architectural expressions in the contemporary house in Korea under its dematerialized situation. And like this, we know fur study about the relation between dematerialization and current architecture, still more Korean present condition.
Dwelling Quality Evaluation of Rural Houses Constructed with Industrialized Wall Structures
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 5, 2002, Pages 9~20
The purpose of this study are to evaluate the dwelling quality of rural houses constructed with industrialized wall structures(ALC; Autoclaved Light weight Concrete, SRC; Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete, ST'L; Steel Framed Insulating Panel), and to establish a method of dwelling quality evaluation. The questionnaire survey by mail was done, for investigating the residents' responses to indoor environment, durability, and economic aspect. The respondents are 118 residents living in rural houses constructed with industrialized wall structures. Physical elements of indoor environment(temperature, humidity, air quality, and noise level) were measured in three sample houses, which were selected considering of architectural characteristics. The findings are as follows; 1) As a result of questionnaire survey, residents' responses to dwelling quality are generally positive. 2) As a result of measurement, indoor environments of sample houses are in relatively comfortable condition. 3) As a summary of research, ALC and ST'L are evaluated as recommendable structures for a rural house.
A Study on the Characteristics of Planning Factors Applied to the Environment-Friendly Apartment Complex
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 5, 2002, Pages 21~30
Considering the present development situation of domestic apartment complexes, the development of environment-friendly apartment complexes is very important issue in Korea. At this point of time, it is very meaningful to understand the domestic development trend and the actual condition of environment-friendly apartment complexes and examine various problems about this and the possibilities fer development. Thus the purpose of this study is to accumulate basic data to establish planning direction and pertinent planning factors or the environment-friendly apartment complex for sustainable development. It is believed that the role of the related aspects such as administration, construction companies, designers and residents must be redefined in order to manage such problem. Planning factors for environment-friendly apartment complex should be developed systematically and more fit to the natural environment and residents in the aspect of district and community.
The Relationship between the User's Perception of Socio-cultural Attributes and the Spatial Structures of Dwelling Spaces - a Comparative Study between Korean and German Housings -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 5, 2002, Pages 31~42
This comparative study between Korean and German housings aims at understanding different structural systems in the indoor and outdoor spaces, depending upon the user′s perception of the socio-cultural attributes. The analysis starts with four alternative contrary assumptions, that appear in morphological forms of dwelling; 1) linear distribution vs. areal distribution of residential districts, 2) mirror system vs. comb system in the layout of plot plans 3) organization of front vs. back outdoor spaces and 4) opening vs. closing in the indoor spaces. A clear difference is found between Korean and German samples in view of public and private relationships between indoor and outdoor spaces as well as the intermediate space. In the korean housing there always exists a symbolic and psychological territory of a certain sphere. On the other hand, outdoor space passes through various phases only to form a certain hierarchy even in a private space and, thereby, sets a boundary between private and public areas. In the case of Germany, the building itself draws a clear line between private and public outdoor spaces, and therefore the outdoor space has a "front" and "back". Thus, Germany′s private space may face a genuine public space and street, which is rare in the Korean housing. Although the layout of indoor space in the korean housing tends to be open, such an openness may be outstanding in living and dining spaces, kitchen and various accesses to rooms. In the case of Germany, such indoor spaces are usually closed to each other. Thus corridors act to separate these spaces. Such differences are analysed to be due to the different perceptions of interpersonal and socio-cultural attributes as intra-family and inter-neighbor relationships or communications.
A Study on the Types and Symbolic meanings in the Pattern of the Korean Traditional House
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 5, 2002, Pages 43~50
The purpose of this study is to find the types and symbolic meanings of the pattern shown in the Korean traditional houses. The major findings were as follows, 1) The patterns shown in the Korean traditional houses are classified into the types of the animal, plant, good-luck geometry according to the Motifes 2) The patterns of the Korean traditional houses were expressed in the fences, gates, chimneies, walls, windows and doors, railings, roofs. 3) Korean traditional patterns are expressed the meanings of the protection, long life, good-luck, good meaning, decoration in the fences, gates, chimneies, walls, windows and doors, railings, roofs.
A Study on Residents' Perceptions and Needs for Storage according to the Family Life Cycle
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 5, 2002, Pages 51~58
The purpose of this study is to examine residents' perception and needs for storage according to the family life cycle. In order to achieve our goal, the questionnaire survey is used. We sample the questionnaire surveys of 250 apartment households in Seoul. The data collect by the questionnaire survey was analyzed by examining the frequency, percentage on the SPSS/PC+ Statistics package. The results of the study are obtained as follows: 1) In research on the actual storage condition, residents tend to feel constraint on storage of the season goods and the storage satisfaction on the service area is founded lowest. Therefore, it is needed more efficient space plan on the balcony storage and the interior storage for the season goods. 2) In research on the storage consciousness and attitude, residents tend to keep the goods of no use and prefer to arrange neatly rather than use conveniently. Therefore, it is needed more efficient space in the balcony for the storage of the goods of no use and the colsed furniture rather than the open furniture is suited for arrangement. 3) In research on the storage needs, needs for the built-in furniture in all family life cycle show highly and residents want to a space for the exclusive use of the storage. In a solution, we propose to equip with the interior storage and the exterior cooperative storage
The Residents' Perception and the Application of Contingent Valuation Method for Green Areas in Apartment Housing Blocks
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 5, 2002, Pages 59~69
This study is designed to derive a cost estimation method for the management of green areas in apartment housing blocks. For this purpose, quantity of green areas, their usages, management techniques were analyzed through a survey of residents. In this process, contingent valuation method(CVM) is utilized to evaluate the cost of green areas. The survey was conducted for about two weeks in June of 2002. The amount of willingness to pay(WTP) for green area management is calculated by the CVM program. The findings are as follows; First, the residents want more green areas in their apartment blocks, as well as in the surrounding urban areas, due to the shortage of green areas in their living environments. Second, the residents' opinion on green area is summarized as that of natural environment protectionist - it helps living environment to be more amenable and contributes the preservation of urban and global environments. This fact can be interpreted as the peoples profound recognition toward green areas. Third, the contingent valuation method(CVM) is suitable to evaluate WTP for management costs of green areas. Fourth, more than half of the residents(61.6%) agreed upon the costs of green area supply and management. calculated by the CVM. Estimated WTP is ￦ 1,900~2,400 per month per household.
A study on measurement of VOCs in newly house
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 5, 2002, Pages 71~76
Recently, much attention has been paid to the problem such as sick building syndrome, which caused by the air pollutant indoor. In addition, Volatile Organic Compounds(VOCs) has been paid attention to as one of the main reason that causes air pollutant indoor, and the exposure of VOCs indoor is recognizes as an important factor which have an effect on the health of resident. In this study, measuring of VOCs in newly houses, and the results are as follows; 1)TVOC(Total Volatile Organic Compounds) indoor is detected high concentration(11314
/㎤). 2)There are detected acetaldehyde, methylenechloride, benzene, trichloroethylene and styrene that have to take precaution against human carcinogenicity
A Study on a Rhabilitation Design, Decision Making and Housing Management Policies for Reuse of Deteriorated Apartments in Korea
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 5, 2002, Pages 77~88
This article deals the investigations how to solve the social deficiencies of deteriorate apartments, which is a half cycle of a building and it goes slum clearance and redevelopment. And this proposes an active remodeling and design strategy, management, and housing policies for extending the usage of the resource. Most of apartment housing in Korea is built by the panel wall and slab structure system fur economic price. To remake is possible, even though not designed in flexibility and variation. The remodeling strategies are dwelling unification, transformation of two units to one or three units, addition of a room, changing into commercial and community required spaces, and reshaping of a envelop and facade by addition of a dwelling or dwellings, roof floors, change of materials and colors, and so on. And, all activities in structural aspect are proposed removal in upper part and addition in lower part of an apartment housing. Active remodeling cost a great deal compare to new construction, so any remodeling activities should be based on a minimal interfere and budgets to enhancing the quality in existing building. The final aim of an active remodeling is to enhance the quality in economic values, and to keep original state and to put on the new one in a small part. To promote the active and careful management and rehabilitation, it is necessary to give the positive incentive in terms of architectural law, bank loan, and any redevelopment project should get the remodeling record in national resources.
A Study on the Space Size Analysis in the Multifamily Housing in aspect of management cost. -Focused on the Central Heating System using the diesel, kerosene-
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 13, issue 5, 2002, Pages 89~99
The multifamily housing has various advantages in construction cost, land-use intensity. KRIHS(1997) recommended the proper scale of th multifamily housing as 800 households in constructability, 1,000 households in facility compactability, 500 households in social aspect. At the early planning stage of project, the size of the multiftmily housing has, until now, been maximizingly considered under the regulation on which has been emphasized at the building volume ratio, land area, etc., except for the expenditure during the maintenance stage. This paper aimed at providing the proper size of multifamily housing in aspect of area and household number with maintenance cost at the early stage of project. For these, it took 곧 average cost function which is made from the 3-rd quardratic form and analyzes the unit increasing rate of the average cost. It surveyed in nationwide focused on the central heating system using diesel and kerosene. The number of samples is 88 and items of management cost is 11. The results are as follows ; first, 3rd-order quadratic function is proper at explaining the cost variation, considering the multicollinearity and statistics. Second, the proper size of multifamily housing is recommended with 83,000
on management area, 820 or over the 2,630 household number in aspect of total management cost.