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Journal of the Korean housing association
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The Korean Housing Association
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Volume 15, Issue 6 - Dec 2004
Volume 15, Issue 5 - Oct 2004
Volume 15, Issue 4 - Aug 2004
Volume 15, Issue 3 - Jun 2004
Volume 15, Issue 2 - Apr 2004
Volume 15, Issue 1 - Feb 2004
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A Study on Designing the Communal Living Area for Aged Care Residential Services Facilities -Focused on Melbourne in Australia-
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 2, 2004, Pages 1~9
This study aims to provide basic data for designing aged care residential facilities in Korea, based on the investigation and analysis of the aged care residential services and their communal living areas in Australia focusing on their types, scales, arrangement and the specific design of each compartment. -. A residential building with 10 beds is composed of private zones and communal ones, and their space arrangement depends on how to arrange bedrooms where residents mainly stay. -. A lounge, 26.7 m
of its average scale, is a main space for daily lives and an important place for making friends with neighboring residents. -. A dining hall is an important area for activity as well as a space for dining. The average scales of dining room, kitchen, and whole space are 42.7 m
, 28 m
, and 70.8 m
respectively, and those for person are 2.7 m
: 1.7 m
, although the scales depend on facilities. -. An activity room is used for promoting the social relationship between residents and visitors. Three of the investigated facilities have big rooms of 42 m
, 39 m
and 51 m
. -. If there is no lavatory in a bedroom, 2-6 bathrooms for residents are arranged near bedrooms and they are relatively big including shower baths. If there is a lavatory in a bedroom, 1 toilet for visitors is arranged in a communal living area and its scale is small.
A Study on the Evaluation of Sound Insulation Performance of Double Skin Facade -Focus on the Multi-story type of Double Skin Facade-
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 2, 2004, Pages 11~18
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the sound insulation performance and present fundamental data for sound insulation plan about open and close windows of inner facade and outer facade of Double-skin Facade system applied to multi-story type. The Headquarter of Green Building and the Energy Saving Building in the Korea Institute of Energy Research was selected for experiment. Measurement method which are specified in the Korea Standard 2235 were selected for this study. As the result of this study, 1) Sound insulation performance of Multi-layer type of Double-skin Facades is very excellent about outdoor noise. 2) Vertical level is higher, it shows that more decreases sound pressure level.
Evaluation of Indoor Thermal Environment and Thermal Sensation in Traditional Ondol Room
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 2, 2004, Pages 19~25
The aim of the research was to evaluate the characteristics of indoor thermal environment and thermal sensation in the traditional Ondol room. Indoor thermal factors including air temperature, operative temperature, floor surface temperature, relative humidity, PMV, OT were measured, and survey was carried out to understand subjective responses of resident's related to indoor thermal environment in Ondol room. The analysed houses are: the Chung hyo dang(the head house of Ryu family in Andong) and the Pyeung won jung(the traditional house in Yesan). The purpose of the survey was to know the relationship between resident's sensation and thermal environmental indicators such as air temperature, relative humidity, floor surface temperature, OT. The experimental results have pointed out how Ondol room may lead to comfortable and uniform indoor thermal environments.
Local Governments′ Housing Information System
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 2, 2004, Pages 27~34
The purpose of this study has two folds. For the local government it gives a guide to establish the housing information system, which provides various housing information in order to promote service to the public on Internet. It also gives a guide for the local government to collect the fundamental data from local housing market and provide them to the policy makers as well as the housing producers (landlords, builders and owner-occupiers). Contents of housing information system website for the local government consist of three main parts. The first part provides housing policy and local housing market information to the upper level local government as well as housing producers. The second part provides housing information for the people who are looking for houses to move the own. Final part provides the procedures of building construction and development plan for landlords to the public. In case of Pyongtaek-City, this study makes them by cluster analysis of houses and households moving pattern as the Internet contents. Housing markets of Pyongtaek-City divide 3 sectors by housing type, tenure type and housing supply ratio etc. And populations prefer to move intra sectors. According to this information, policy-makers should define local housing problems and find solutions and housing producers can supply the house just in sites and in time. In conclusion, local government should provide valuable housing information based on local housing market research to the public for the effective housing policy. As local housing market is formed by various factors it is needed for local government to research housing sub-markets due to apply these research results to the local government for the future.
A Conceptional Survey and Approaching to the Ecological Building Design
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 2, 2004, Pages 35~42
This study is to investigate the various concepts of ecology for developing the perspectives and approaching guidelines to the ecological building design. The concepts of ecology may be some background to the environmental issues within architecture. While there are many words which mean environmentally-friendly architecture, ecological building design to which I refer here is the ecocentric and holistic design rather than the anthropocentric and mechanical one. Ecological and social systems are open, interacting, and unpredictable. So we should leave room within our planning of architectural project and in construction of new housing development for nature's unpredictable events. The approach to ecological building design might be the holistic perspectives, the respect of place and participation of people, to admit the complexity and diversity. The world in which we are living is highly unstable.
A Study on Attributes of Elderly Housing Selection by The Middle and The Aged
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 2, 2004, Pages 43~54
The purpose of this study is to identify the elderly housing farcility design preference by comparing two groups, the present residents living in elderly housing facility and the middle aged. The latter has more housing experiences and more design oriented standard of selecting house for quality of living, while the aged are oriented more in economy and investment. It is identified that both group preferred living in elderly housing facility best to any other elderly housing type, including "aging in place." The aged are not yet very concerned about physically homelike design features, but when the middle aged need the elderly housing, it is recommended that more variety and amenity in its type, location, plan and design features. The idealistic facility planning and management system were suggested.
A Study on Sunshine Environment with Different Distance between Buildings
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 2, 2004, Pages 55~62
Apartment design in residential Area is restricted by building distance limit code. Building distance limit decreases gradually to the 0.8H(height), and residential area has 250% site area ratio by building code, so site using has become efficient. In this study, examine the relationship between present building distance limit and right of daylighting environment by computer simulation. As well, high-rise residential officetel and multipurpose residential building becomes increase in commercial non-residential area. In the domestic, residential type multipurpose building made at the business area or central business area has 400∼800% site area ratio by building code. However, at a dweller's point of view, there are much lacks of environmental consideration to provide suitable daylighting environment. And, POE: Post Occupancy Evaluation is not completed yet. In this study, however, progress architectural environment prediction, basis by right of daylighting, and examine the possibility of daylighting by architectural distance limit code in residental area and by high-rise, high-density residential building in non-residental downtown area.
A Study on the Plan Composition of Louis I. Kahn′s Residential Architecture
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 2, 2004, Pages 63~73
Louis I. Kahn's spacial composition is characterized by traditional motives and Ecole des Beaux which had influenced him. This influence had showed five forms about Kahn's spacial composition. His constituent factors in geometrical form are classified into the propositional system, the cellular multiplication of a special unit, the Poche Space and others. According to the results of this study obtained from above mentioned subjects, it can be concluded that geometrical factors, which constitute space of plan, are totally expressed as a system of order which unites particular ones into whole one. This characteristic had developed into a completed meaning for passing through the residential architecture in 1950's, and showed in the other artworks there after.
A Study on the Improvement of Supplement Education for Multi-family Housing Managers
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 2, 2004, Pages 75~85
The purpose of this study was to make improvement plan of supplement education for multifamily housing managers. It had investigated a difficult degree of managerial work and troubles of education through questionnaires by 144 housing manager in Ulsan. Analysis methods adopted in this study were frequency, percentage, mean, one-way ANOVA by the SPSS 10.0 for windows program. The parts of evaluation tool were composed of maintenance, operating management, residential life management. The evaluation tool got contents through the documents research, present education contents and questions on the Internet. Likert summated scale(5 point) was used. The results of study showed that a difficult degree of managerial work in the residential life management was the highest. A difficult degree of maintenance work was the highest on the defect examination and decision of repair method of equipment facilities and construct frame. The degree of difficulty of the operating management was high on the homepage management through Internet and well-being progress of housing managers.
A Study on the Cognition Structure of Green Environment of Resident in the Multi-family Housing
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 2, 2004, Pages 87~96
In this study, we analyzed the state of outdoor-space use and green-environment development for apartment residents, and investigated their ways of thinking on nature orientation and green environment. The results are as follows. 1) The ways of thinking and actual use of outdoor space by apartment residents appear different. 2) Due to the difference of apartment locations and complex environments, the state and reason of green environment construction are different between the residents of high-rise and low-storied apartments. 3) The residents of the low-storied apartments are more satisfied with the green environments of the complex than those of the high-rise apartments. In addition, constructing the green environment in a balcony and outdoor space enhances the satisfaction level of the apartment residents. 4) The residents of the low-storied apartments are passive in nature orientation, while those of the high-rise apartments are active. 5) Depending on the types of nature orientation, the apartment residents are grouped as 'people of nature experience', 'nature appreciators', or 'people of living-thing contact'. These groups show different patterns on the ways of thinking for outdoor space and green environment.
A Study on the Upgrading Program of HDB in Singapore
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 2, 2004, Pages 97~105
This research is about Apartment Remodeling Upgrading Programme by Singapore Housing Development Board(HDB). For this study, we visited HDB and made field survey of the projects. There are basically three types of upgrading, namely, Precinct Upgrading, Apartment Block Upgrading and Flat Upgrading. Precint Upgrading refers the upgrading of services and facilities of the precinct. It involves the extention of open space, car-park, commercial space and additional covered linkways. These afford the residents greater convenience and comfort and generally enhance the environment of the community. Apartment Upgrading refers the upgrading of the block facade, improvements to the elevator, lift lobbies, letter boxes, trash chute and rain chute. The upgrading improves the quality of life of the residents. Flat Upgrading Involves the addition of space which may be in the form of a new Utility-room, replacement of old services, piping and equipment within an apartment unit. These provide the residents with a bigger and more comfortable living space.
A Study on the System Integration and Control Method of Radiant floor Cooling in Apartment Buildings
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 2, 2004, Pages 107~115
The objective of this study is to show the system Integrations and control method for operation of the Radiant Floor Cooling. The systems for radiant floor cooling system consist of only using the radiant floor cooling and the radiant floor cooling integrated with a dehumidification system. And the study is suggested control method with composed radiant floor cooling system through simulations. Radiant floor cooling systems compose of four main parts: an existing radiant heating panel, manifold, cooling source and controller, and sensors. If dehumidifying or supplementary cooling is needed, additional equipments such as PAC and AHU are needed. Simulation results show that control method only using radiant floor cooling system can prevent condensation and set room air temperature with the exception of hot and humid periods and control method using the radiant floor cooling integrated with a dehumidification system is comfort thermal environments and can reduce the cooling load quickly, moreover, show comfort control method to meet various cooling operation situations.