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Journal of the Korean housing association
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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 Urban Design Guidelines Development in Detached Housing Area for Residential Townscape
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 2, 2003, Pages 1~7
The purpose of this study is to develop the urban design guidelines in detached housing areas for the improvement and management of residential townscape. Through a detail examination and analysis of the urban design guidelines and landscape regulations of U.S.A, Japan, and Korea to be applied to detached housing area for residential townscape, the urban design guidelines in detached housing area was derived. Urban design guidelines are composed of building guidelines, landscape guidelines, street guidelines, and sign guidelines. The municipality have to make regulations in detached housing area for the improvement and management of residential townscape based on this urban design guidelines.
A Study on the Vitality of the Main Street in Urban Residential Estate
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 2, 2003, Pages 9~18
The vitality of a main street is essential to get the urbanity of the urban residential estates. The purpose of this study is to analyze the relationship between the vitality of a main street and street land uses in the residential estate. The outcomes of this study are as follows: first, the street land uses have influence on the vitality of a main street; the main streets with the small commercial and business facilities are more vitalized than those with the boundary wall of the residential building or the buffer zone. Second, the number of shops in street has positive influence on the vitality of a main street. Third, the vitality of a main street is effected by the entrance of apartment site.
The Uses and Consciousness of Bathrooms and the Preference of Bathroom Plans of Apartments Dwellers in Jeonju City
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 2, 2003, Pages 19~30
The purpose of this study is to investigate the actual usefulness and consciousness of bathrooms and to clarify the preference of bathroom plans by apartments dwellers in Jeonju City. Data was collected through self-administered questionnaires and 343 apartments dwellers were used for this study. The major results are as follows. The bathroom types were mostly unit bathrooms and were not suited with using bathrooms of apartments dwellers. The unit type of bathroom was not comfortable for them and most of them were not satisfied with their bathrooms. They usually used family bathroom instead of private bathroom. They wanted a separate space for different facilities such as a bathtub and toilet, a dressing room, and a fixed clothes chest. Generally apartments dwellers did not prefer unit bathrooms, prefering instead the bathroom plan with separate rooms for the bathroom and toilet, with space for dressing. This study suggests that further studies be conducted on apartments dwellers in other big, small and medium-sized cities. Also, it is necessary to offer bathroom plans which take the size of houses and bathrooms, and the number of bathrooms into account and to survey housing consumers' satisfaction of those bathroom plans.
Housing Values, Norms and Behaviors of Young Households
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 2, 2003, Pages 31~40
This study was intended to examine the effects of socioeconomic status on housing values, norms, and behaviors of young households. The purpose was accomplished using the Life Style Survey of 2001 in Ulsan, and the data from 370 households were analyzed. The importance of household income and current housing size which are used as a proxy for socioeconomic status in explaining housing values, norms, and behaviors were once again confirmed in this study, even if there were some other significant variables. This implies that housing values, norms, and behaviors tend to change according to the socioeconomic characteristics of the households under the conditions of controlling demographic ones.
An Architectural Study on Understanding the Residential Needs of Family Types for the Apartments Remodeling - Focused on the Actual Survey of Residential Living of Old Apartments -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 2, 2003, Pages 41~50
The purpose of this study is to understand the residential needs of family types and to suggest the basic documents for the apartments remodeling, which can be through the actual survey of residential living of old apartments. Generally, they have the residential living pattern according to the family types and the residential space types and it has an effect on the confrontation structure of residential living and residential space. Finally, through the analysis on the confrontation structure of residential living and residential space according to the family types and residential space, we found the residential needs and the family types and the applicable family types and there is some difference the residential needs according to the family types, but no difference according to the entrance types.
A Study on the Effect of Physical Environment of Childroom on Children's Personality
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 2, 2003, Pages 51~61
The purpose of this research is to find out environmental characteristics of elementary school children's room, and determine the relationship between children's room environment and their personality. The finding showed that environmental characteristics of children's room has relationship with children's personality. Such environmental characteristics as convenience, order, originality, safety, and territoriality had a direct and high relationship with children's personality, while such environmental characteristics as accessibility, ability to express, comfortability, privacy, and social interaction had indirect relationship with children's personality through three intervening variables. The finding further said that achievement motivation and reflectiveness of children's personality were the most influenced by children's room environmental characteristics. The environmental characteristics that are the most influential to children's personality were found to be order.
A Study on the Planning for Access Area in the Multifamily Housing Based on the Analysis of European Examples (I) - Classification from the Typological Point of View and Normative Guide for Planning -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 2, 2003, Pages 63~75
The planning of access area, so called "core" plays an important role of planning for multifamily housing, especially multistory housing. For all possibility of various planning and design, this area has been mostly planned and designed in uniformity. And only few attempts have so far been made in studying core, on the contrary to the unit plan or plotplan. It is keenly needed to develop various skills of planning and design in this sector. The purpose of this study is to find out the usable elements of planning and design, those are correspondent to normative targets. For this end, most possible core types are classified in to three categories: circulation types in the housing block, axis types to the entrance of housing units and number of accessed housing units. And then, sizable developments for norm of core have been effectuating in view of function, relationships both with housing unit and block. Based on this classification of types and listed norm, several European examples are analyzed and evaluated by merits and demerits of their respective core types. In addition to this analysis, some adequate planning conditions, positive vs. negative types of core, and detailed planning elements are prepared with regard to the norm of core. It is noteworthy that a variety of possible core planning cases are available by means of combination of lower categories in the classified core types. It is expected that this study will render service for some helpful planning and design guide in the practice
A Study on the Planning for Access Area in the Multifamily Housing Based on the Analysis of European Examples(II) - A Case Study focussed on the Planning Skills -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 2, 2003, Pages 77~88
The access area, so called "core" in the housing block, makes a buffer zone between public open space and private interior space, as well as offers chances of communication for the users. Planning and design of this area, however, tend to be not attended, comparing with another spaces in the multifamily housing block. This paper is aimed at investigating examplary model European cases and, thus, finding out some positive and applicable planning skills for multifamily housing in Korea. This study covers following aspects; firstly, the important social meaning of core area was analyzed in comparison of Korea and Europe, secondly, intensive studies on the spots, visiting German, Austrian and Dutch cases, made it possible to grasp the prevailling tendency toward assessment of this area in the Continent, Thirdly, useful planning elements and skills by European examples for more user friendliness, more economization and raising the quality of spatial design and sequential experience were founded out with regard to various core types. and lastly, some concrete guidelines for planning are presented for the improvement of so far monotnousely designed core area in the local multifamily housing. Consequently those European cases made it clear that the planning of core area is closely related to the total design of housing blocks. This study maybe conducive not only to the planning of this area, but also further to the increase of the quality of life in multifamily housing.y housing.
A Survey on the Private Housebuilders' Business Strategies
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 2, 2003, Pages 89~100
This study is identified the characteristics of housing product through housebuilders' strategies. As a methodology for this study, literature survey and questionnaire survey were used. Questionnaires have been done on mail to 232 housebuilders and return rate was 34.1%. In summary, housing product can be characterized long gestation period, periodically building cycle, future uncertainty of market volatility, maximization of land development gain, utilization of public fund for continuous building activity, moral hazard by accidentally bankrupcy. Therefore private housebuilding could be defined speculative industry.
Seasonal Distribution and Correlation of the Relative Humidity for Korean Traditional Houses in Northern Part of Gyeong-Buk - Distribution of the Relative Humidity for Anmadang, Maru and Outdoor Point in 'ㅁ' Shaped House -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 2, 2003, Pages 101~107
A study on the Type Analysis of the Paradigm in Daegu Modern Housing
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 2, 2003, Pages 109~119
The purpose of this study is to find out how Western modern architecture flowed into Korea in extent of architectural mind after openning the port and what the transformations and architectural characteristics are in the spreading process. Significance of this study can be found as a fundamental work to look into modem architecture in the point of architectural paradigm, the meaning of which is the link between traditional and contemporary architecture through inflow and settling of Western modem architecture in the modern age of Korea.
Main Reasons for Choosing to Stay in a Paid Elderly Residential Facility
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 2, 2003, Pages 121~132
This study has been performed to explore main reasons for staying in paid elderly residential care facilities among the residents. In this study, five males and seven females aged 65 to 82 were asked about main reasons for staying in the facilities. The answers of the qualitative interview were drawn as follows; first, some residents had suddenly decided to move into the facility due to critical life events such as bereavement, serious illness, or supporting problems. Second, some residents had taken a long period of considerations on whether staying home or in the facilities, because their health and family supports gradually diminished over the long life span. On the other hand, a few of them voluntarily chose to stay at the facilities, because they recognized supervised group activities, nutritionally well-planned meals, and health care as major inconveniences. In this study, suggestions were made as follows: first, guiding and settlement programs should be developed for the residents of the sudden events, particularly at early stage of admission. Second, intensive nursing care units should be in separation from healthy independent groups, so that the residents are relieved from stressful contacts with extremely ill patients in the residential area.