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Journal of the Korean housing association
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Volume 14, Issue 6 - Dec 2003
Volume 14, Issue 3 - Nov 2003
Volume 14, Issue 5 - Oct 2003
Volume 14, Issue 4 - Aug 2003
Volume 14, Issue 2 - Jul 2003
Volume 14, Issue 1 - May 2003
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A Study on the Patterns of Space Use and Housing Preferences to be used in the Housing Plan for Student - With Special Reference to Students in a University in Andong, Kyoungbuk -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 1, 2003, Pages 1~10
The purpose of this study is to analyze patterns of space use and housing preferences to be used in the housing plan for students. Data was collected through questionnaire surveys from local university students living apart from their family. We collected 272 samples and analyzed them using SPSSwin program. The results are as follows; 1) The average hours of staying at the housing for student are 5 hours and 30 minutes(except sleeping time). Most of the time was used for ‘hobby’ and ‘study\ulcorner computer works’. The most of the students had ‘a meal per day’ at their housing. 2) The most preferred housing type by the students is ‘studio apartment’ and the next preferred is ‘apartment’. The highly demanded facility is ‘laundry’ and the next comes ‘kitchen’. 3) Those who spend more time in their housing than average show higher demand in ‘kitchen’ and ‘balcony’. Those who spend less time in their housing show higher demand in ‘storage’.
A Study on the Spatial Characteristics of 'Gwan-gajung' by Analysis of Boundary
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 1, 2003, Pages 11~18
The purpose of this study is to make clear the identity of Korean traditional housing. And I'm trying to search characteristics of boundary in Korean traditional housing. In this study, I have analyzed boundary of ‘Gwan-gajung’. It is constructed on a square shaped plan, there is an elegant middle court, and a counter-roofed shrine house in the rear of the inner building. In this study, the definition of boundary is made based on what has been perceived as the proper structure, whose characteristics can be described in terms of openness, inside and outside parts and orientation. As a critical factor to spatial qualities, boundary is closely related with the connection and disconnection, background and atmosphere, and inferior and superior relations and hierarchical order from the view of space. The result of study is like followings. The characteristics of boundary in Korean traditional housing is 1. one way direction of penetrability, 2. having the face and the back 3. orientation 4. duplication.
An Study on the Evaluation of Thermal Indoor Environment and Thermal Sensations during Winter and Summer in Elderly Welfare Facilities
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 1, 2003, Pages 19~27
This study aims to survey the living spaces of the welfare facilities for the aged to get the objective relationships between the physical thermal environment and the users' subjective responses. The surveys were made twice in winter and once in summer during 2001 and 2002. An ambient temperature, relative humidity, air velocity, globe temperature were measured as physical elements of thermal environment and the ASHRAE Psychophysical Voting Scale were used as an evaluation index for subjective responses. As the results, the aged respond thermally comfortable, in spite of the differences among important factors such as thermal sensations, humidity sensations and air velocity sensations. Also the physical thermal environmental elements and the subjective responses indices exceed thermal comfort range calculated by PMV(Predicted Mean Vote) and PPD(Predicted Percentage Dissatisfied). It shows that the insulation of walls of the facilities is not enough for heating and cooling seasons, and the indoor environmental control is necessary.
A Field Survey of Idiosyncratic Dwelling Space attached to Chang-Duk Palace's West Fence
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 1, 2003, Pages 29~40
The purpose of this research is to document and analyse spatial transformation of an unauthorized dwelling units on a peculiar site of Seoul. It's physically attached to the behind part of the west boundary wall of Chang-Duk Palace. These dwelling units took not only the site, the narrow street which had been a stream, but also the two parallel walls of others for their home. The two walls, one from the palace wall and the other from the wall of a house which distanced itself from the palace wall about 3.5 m for the reason of the Cultural Properties Protection Law, have been held as the main structural members in forming the shelter. With examining the realm of time which provide the base of the spatial realm, this research shows how the multiple linkages tangled in an illegal shack did gain and actualize an architectural language of idiosyncrasy with spontaneous order inherent in inhabitants.
The Uses and Needs of Communal Space and Community Programs of Apartment Residents
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 1, 2003, Pages 41~50
The purpose of this study was to make a comparative analysis of the actual conditions of community space layout and residents' uses and needs of communal space and community programs within two different apartment complexes. As a result, the following findings were obtained: 1) The residents of
The Analysis of the Situation of Residential Area and Difficulties in Developing
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 1, 2003, Pages 51~59
This study is to analyze the situation of residential area in Down Town and to research any factor of difficulty in developing residential area. First, we can summarize briefly in consequence of analyzing the residential environment classified with apartment and independent house in Down Town. 1) The apartment houses located in Down Town were constructed long ago on a small scale. The field investigation shows that parking lots are not enough and there are many spaces used inappropriately. 2) Each detached house was too old and built in narrow spaces. The irregular narrow lanes between houses also cause problems in walking and parking. And empty houses are found in that area. Second, the brief results of analyzing difficulties in developing the residential area in Down Town are as follows. 1) The land and buildings have difficulty in reconstruction because of the deterioration. 2) The economical efficiency is low though it is developed as a residential area. 3) There are some factors that they don't like to live in Down Town. 4) The law system is not enough to support the development of the residential area in Down Town
A Study on the Characteristics of Planning Factors Applied to the Sign Design in the Street
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 1, 2003, Pages 61~66
Considering the present outdoor environment of city landscapes, the improvement of well-formed street landscapes is a very important issue in Korea. At this point of time, it is very meaningful to understand the sign design and the planning condition of buildings and examine various problems about this and the possibilities for improvement. Thus the purpose of this study is to accumulate basic data to establish design guideline and visual factors for the sign design for useful environment. The conclusions of this study are as follows: to understand the factors of sign designs is through survey and analysis of building condition and city landscape. Planning factors for outdoor advertising design should be developed systematically and more fit to the street environment and designers in the aspect of control and guidance.
A Study on the Organization of the village and the Property of Folk Houses on Seomi 2-dong village in An-Dong
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 1, 2003, Pages 67~76
This study is to analyze the system of the architectural order on Seomi 2-dong village in An-Dong. The scope of this study concentrated on the 12 traditional houses situated on this area. The focus of this study is mainly to investigate the transition of this village, the arragement of houses related in geographical features of it, and the characteristics of the site and ground plans on these houses. As results of it, there are mostly Yeo-Kan houses(six spans sized) on Seomi 2-dong village in An-Dong and every house on this domain is in harmony with the systematic order of it.
A Study on the Residents' Affective Attitudes of Outdoor Space in Apartment Housing Estates
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 1, 2003, Pages 77~86
The purpose of this study is to set up a model of affective evaluation to structurally and systematically analyse subjective affective expressions of human beings with regard to the residential environment and to analyse the correlation between affective responses of residents and physical elements by positively applying the model to the evaluation of outdoor space of apartment complexes as an area of study on evaluation of residential environment. The area for evaluation was limited to three apartment complexes situated in Daegu, and the subjects for evaluation were also limited to a group of residents(housewives) living at the three apartment complexes. The research method is summarized as follows. 214 affective words(adjective phrases) expressing outdoor space of apartments were selected from literature on random sampling basis, and reduced to 25 ones through factor analysis. Then, these 25 words were systematized by an affective evaluating scale with 7 categories of meaning. The evaluation was conducted with 324 homemakers living at the apartment complexes selected for evaluation from September 29, 2000 to October 5, 2000. SPSSWIN, a statistical program was used for analysis.
A Study on Measurement Model of the Physical Complexity of Facade Design of Building on Street
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 1, 2003, Pages 87~94
As important elements consisting of city streetscape, facade design on building is generally very significant. But without active acceptance and understanding of the concept that the building has a private objective as personal property, it is not easy to take an involvement into design as well as to establish reasonable and scientific standards of harmony. Therefore, for desirable streetscape planning, it is indispensable to know how to closely examine the visual harmony of already established buildings in each street and how to get the solutions for its realization. In this respect, this study is to try to examine and verify the feasibility of our present streetscape situation by experimental application of acceptable Y. Elesheshtawy's model(1997), an interpretation of quantitative index of street buildings by Gestalt theory, for the preparation of the foundation of institute and standards of building design which has social value in contributing to visual and spacious harmony in our street space without giving any damage to private property. From the result, I can assure the validity that the physical complexity, whose schema is socially and culturally different from our reality, is applicable to our actual streetscape in some extent.
A Study on the Space Constitution of Jungja in the Gasa Literature Area
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 1, 2003, Pages 95~105
This study is to investigate the characteristics of space constitution by analyzing the Jungja in the Gasa (an old form of Korean verse) literature area. These Jungja architectures were composed at Damyang-gun and all over Mt. Moodeung in Chosun dynasty. It can be found several characteristics through 10 Jungja architectures. As a result of analysis, the conclusion of research is as follows. 1. There is a spatial function of Byulsu where the daily life can be managed. 2. The development of introduction part induces a concept of private space. 3. It has structures with openings that can form the various constitution of space. 4. There are heating facilities that people can spend their time in four seasons.
A Study on the Green Environment of Western-style House Districts in City - Focused on the Behaviors and a Role of Outside Space -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 1, 2003, Pages 107~115
This paper is to clarify a cognitive structure and behaviors of the green environment creation in the Western-Style residential areas. The followings are the results of analysis; 1) Regarding the outside space of houses, yard and garden are differently recognized. While various behaviors are carried out in the yard, the garden is recognized as a space to construct green environment. 2) Most residents of Western-Style houses construct the outside space as a green space, and grow plants and flowers to enjoy their beauties. However they have introvert view of green environment. 3) The roles of outside space use are classified into four groups, the cognitive structures on the green environment creation are different from group to group.