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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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Strategies for Housing Education Toward Current fronds in Housing Industry
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 4, 2003, Pages 1~10
The purpose of this paper was to suggest new strategies available for the housing education considering the enhancement of professional practices in the housing industry. The purpose was accomplished examining the businesses of housing industries and the undergraduate programs in housing. The housing industry was considered in following areas: housing department of construction company. comprehensive marketing. management/lease and building/environment examination. And the undergraduate programs of nine universities offering housing as a whole or a half portion of the department were analyzed. Both the examination results and the suggestions including course recommendations, the educational-industrial cooperation programs, and the accreditation housing education program could be valuable informations for the housing educators.
A Study on the Analyses of Defect Occurrences and its Repair Costs in the Public Equipment of an Deteriorated Apartment House
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 4, 2003, Pages 11~19
This study intends to predict prospective defects and establish the plan of Preventive Maintenance through research and analysis of defect occurrences and their repair costs in the public equipment of ‘H’ apartment house from 1998 to 2001. According to results of the analysis, more than 90% of defects and their repair costs for 4 years of the building have occurred in heating, hot water and water supply equipments. In case of specific classification in each equipment, more than 60% of defects were found at hot water pipes and heating pipes, and their repair costs covered more than 60% of the total defect costs. After two repairs by ‘Preventive Maintenance’ had been performed in the year 1998, total defects and defects of each equipment each yew have increased in number from 1999 to 2001. But total repair costs and repair costs of each equipment have not increased as time has gone by, because repair costs have relationship with the price of materials and labor, the part of defect and the scale of repair.
A Study on the User Needs of the Menu-option Methods in Apartment Housing - Case Study of N, S Apartment in Daegu -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 4, 2003, Pages 21~29
The purpose of this study is to investigate alteration situation and user demand through the case study, to analyze the problems of the user participatory design, and to propose the improvement direction of user participation in the apartment housing. The results of this study are as follows: 1) The method of participatory design using a questionary must be improved with other communication methods between suppliers and users to adapt to the demands of users. 2) The range of menu and the time of participation must be varied to select various materials, colors, types of the interior finish and floor plan freely according to users. 3) Users have the positive attitude about the menu-option method and want to other methods of participatory design like the flexible housing method.
A Study on the Planning for Future Elderly Living of Middle Aged Women
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 4, 2003, Pages 31~38
This study was designed to know the planning for future elderly living of middle aged women. The specific objects were to grasp preferred characteristics of their living together and housing in the elderly stage, economic preparation for the elderly. Data were collected through a questionnaire survey. The subject were 342 middle aged women living in the capital area. Frequency, percentage, and f2_test were used. The results showed that they wanted more emotional support than physical support from adult children, and wanted to make career for themselves in economic aspect. The most preferred housing for the their elderly stage was not only silver town. but also general housing type, for example, apartment and detached house. Therefore, it will be necessary to develop new housing and remodeling system of existing house for more independently elderly living.
Changes of Floor Plans in the Entry and Transfer Spaces of Single Detached Houses - A Case of the City of Chungju, Checheon and Wonju -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 4, 2003, Pages 39~48
The purpose of this study was to analyze the changes of floor plans in the entry and transfer spaces of single detached houses. The sample size was 185 households in Chungju, Jechon and Wonju Which are small cities in the central region of Korea. The results of the study are as follows: Firstly, the approach and transfer spaces show various changes and those are important factors which symbolize the housing plane typology transformations of the research areas. Secondly, the approach direction to the indoor space was more adopted a front approach in 1960's and 1970's, it is a side approach in 1980's, and a back side approach in 1990's. Thirdly, as the stage of the transfer space increased, the detached house planes have been changing to the direction, the depth of space comes to be deep, spatial function to be fixed, and privacy of bed rooms to be increased.
A Study on the Characteristics of Residential Location by Age Groupings in Daegu Metropolitan
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 4, 2003, Pages 49~56
The object of this study is to analyze the influential factors of characteristics of residential locations by age, and to offer a groundwork that can be utilized to direct setting of residential development and housing policies. The main findings are drawn as follows: First, it determines the age groupings which can describe the distribution pattern of residential location, which is broken down into two social subgroups - the older group aged 50 and over, and the younger group, being our educational target. Second, actuality of our education is to influence residential location. Third, four groups that can describe residential location are abstracted. Fourth, the prime of manhood and old age prime of life have been superior within inner zone, while middle age and those who are obliged to support the older group have been superior around the outer zone.
A Study on the Design Guidelines of the Private Zone for the Aged Care Residential Services in Australia
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 4, 2003, Pages 57~67
The purpose of the study is to propose the basic data for an aged residential building suitable for Korean environment and it is based on the outcomes of investigation on The Aged Care Residential Service in Australia including the scale and arrangement of private zone and specific characteristics of each compartment. The brief outcomes of the research are follows as. - The Aged Care Residential Services have been functionally running divided into Nursing home, Hostel and Retirement Village by the classification standard of the residential classification scale. - Single bed rooms have 75% of total residential area and the square of single bed room is about
and that of two-bed room is about
. - There are two types of ensuite such as one single-bed room and one ensuite and bed room for two or three persons and ensuite type. The square of ensuite varies as single is 50∼60%, single for public is 25∼30%, and double for public is 15∼20%. - Assisted bathrooms are generally located in the middle of building and it is suggested to be occupied about
per person. Sitting rooms are two types such as room type whose square has about
and a lounge type has
The Comparison of Maintenance Cost and Residents′Consciousness of Remodeling by Rental Apartment Types
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 4, 2003, Pages 69~76
Considering the present development situation of rental apartment since 1982, the supply of rental housing for low-income dwellers has contributed a amount of quantities, but has been deficient qualities in housing policy. To propose the device of remodeling for low-income dwellers in deteriorated apartment, this study investigated the characteristics of maintenance cost and the residents'consciousness of remodeling by rental apartment types. The results of this study were as follows; The annual maintenance cost of permanent rental apartment was 14,249 won/
yr, that of fifty years period rental apartment was 13,372 won/
yr. In the case of remodeling in deteriorated heating system, the principal decision factor of choice was showed “economics” as priority. Residents in rental apartment preferred remodeling to reconstruction, and unit heating system to central heating system.
A Study on the Internet-based Collaborative Exterior Design Process to Support Users′Participation in Apartment Exterior Remodeling
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 4, 2003, Pages 77~85
The facade design of apartment is getting more important, since residents'needs on raising the quality of housing have increased, and also public interests on urban landscape are higher than before. As a way of improving facade design the necessity of remodeling consequently has been risen. The government also relieves the regulations related to remodeling. A apartment facade design should address how to express both identities and aesthetic tastes of residents, so they want to reflect their own ideas and opinions on the apartment facade design during the remodeling process. It is not always easy, unfortunately, to reflect residents'ideas and opinions due to the public characteristics of apartment facades and absence of tools that support effective design participation. This paper proposes an internet-based collaborative design process that supports residents'active participation in the exterior remodeling process of apartment. We outline three main issues involved in developing the design system: 1) a semantic facade database built upon classification of building facades; 2) an Internet-based facade modeler based on a real-time, rule-based procedural modeling method; and finally 3) the virtual reality(VR) simulation that allows a group of designers and residents to design in a collaborative fashion.
A Study on the Transformation of Traditional Urban Space - Focused on Parking Space and Change of Building Use -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 4, 2003, Pages 87~95
Recently, the traditional urban space has been transformed gradually by the renovation due to increased acquisition of cars and change of building use. This study deals with the transformation of traditional urban space. This contents of this paper as follows. 1)Based on a questionnaire distributed to residents of the Hachiman preservation district, it analyzes actual condition of the possession of cars and its parking spaces. And it shows how traditional houses have been repaired and reconstructed due to the increased acquisition of cars and as a result how the townscape has been transformed. 2) Based on field survey in 1999 and detail map from 1977 to 1999 in Sanneizaka preservation district, it analyzed the change in building use since 1976(when this area was designated as preservation district). It was discovered that the renovation for the building use has been a considered influence on the transformation of the townscape.
A Study on the Conceptual Characteristic of the Row House in Europe
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 4, 2003, Pages 97~108
In 1990’ idyllic housing complex is spreading surrounding metropolitan areas of Korea as a result of needs for quality change of housing environment, which was caused by the increase of income, the spread of cars and the change of working environment. On the contrary to the idea of idyllic housing, however, while it is just surrounded by natural environment, it has some critical problems such as the lack of public facilities and its development which often damages the nature. The row houses which this study deals with are popular with working class especially in Europe as an idyllic urban housing. It is noticeable that they have separate private gardens which satisfy the residents'basic needs and save lot areas and building costs more than detached houses. This study intends to suggest row houses as an appropriate housing type for environmentally friendly housing in Korea through the analysis of cases of row houses.
A Study on the Determinants of Residential Satisfaction of Lease Apartment - Focusing on Lease Apartment and the Apartment converted into Installment Sale -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 4, 2003, Pages 109~119
This paper has examined a resident's feeling of satisfaction on residential environment. It has searched a policy direction to improve the quality of residential environment with three models in which what factors have an influence on the resident's feeling of satisfaction is evaluated. First, when the residents were asked why they chose lease APT, Low price was answered the most between two populations. Second, with regard to the feeling of satisfaction by categories, both populations showed similar results. The social prejudice on lease APT such as disadvantage on their children and unfavorable surroundings that has been engraved in people's mind about lease APT for a long time was never an issue any more. Third, when the two populations were examined by regression analysis with three models in terms of what factors had an effect on the feeling of satisfaction, there was no big difference in each effect of variables. Internal environment was a key variable for lease APT while external environment was a core variable for the APT that is converted into installment sale. In order to enhance the feeling of satisfaction on residential environment for lease APT residents, high quality turned out the most important factor between both populations, and then a loan with low interest rate and high average standard of APT followed. As unsatisfactory items, low cultural level, slowness in repairing works, and unsatisfactory finishing work were pointed out with regard to the low quality of internal facilities. In general, it turned out that the APT that was converted into installment sale was more preferable than lease APT. As known in this analysis, housing supply policy needs to be focused on quality and high average standard of APT should be achieved for the working classes.
A Study on the Post Occupancy Evaluation in small-medium Apartment Housing - Focused on T-Apartment Housing in Inchon -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 4, 2003, Pages 121~130
This study is to evaluate T-apartment housing located in Inchon by the occupants. The purpose of the study is extracting the design guideline to improve the physical environment in apartment housing from understanding and analyzing the residents'satisfaction and their needs. In this study, the strategy for environmental improvements is suggested to raise the occupants'overall satisfaction from finding the improvement priority. The results of this study are as follows: - The satisfaction level of the occupants is above the moderate level (3.31/3.00). - The construction quality is the 1 st factor in the improvement priority. - The characteristics of the occupants in this survey are that they are conservative in their present physical environment, but that they also need new trends in the unit plan.
How the Purchasers Perceive the Effects of the Unit Characteristics within Complex on the Apartment Price
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 4, 2003, Pages 131~138
The purpose of this study was to examine how the purchasers perceive the effects of the unit characteristics within the complex on the apartment prices. Six major characteristics of the apartments : orientations and floors; views; structures; conditions and maintenances of interior materials; interior alterations; and access to the outdoor facilities were included for the analysis. The data were gathered from 284 households in seven private apartment complexes in Ulsan. It was found that the price of the apartment was higher if it was southward, on the royal or semi-royal floors, with the nice view for the riverside or any other landscape resources, or openness. Other characteristics which increase the price were the hall type not the corridor one, inner side of the building, good conditions of interior materials, and extended balcony.
A Case Study of Resident Satisfaction of Assisted Living facilities - Focusing on Virginia, U.S.A. -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 14, issue 4, 2003, Pages 139~148
The purpose of this study was to examine how residents of assisted living facility (ALF) are satisfied with their residence and to identify the reasons for this satisfaction or dissatisfaction as a home. For this purpose, residents'experiences and opinions of the physical environment, the social environment, and the organizational environments such as policies and programs of ALFs were identified. As a multi-site case study, five ALFS in Southwest Virginia were studied using a cross-case analysis. Face-to-face interviews with 25 residents and five administrators of five ALFs, observations, and personal journal were done. Regardless of the type of facilities and the residents'characteristics, most of the respondents were satisfied with their current dwelling. In spite of high satisfaction with the facility, many people did not think of their current dwelling as a real "home." Residents of ALFs may have reordered their priorities in their current life situation so that safety, security, and care were more important to them than feeling "at home.""at home."ome.&"uot;