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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 Spatial Unit Characteristics of the Recent Super- high-rise Residential
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 3, 2004, Pages 1~9
In the late of 1990s, a super-high-rise residential started with the concept corresponding to a natural view, as the habitants' desire for spaciousness worked on an initiative factor. The appearance of the new style of residential form was encouraged and habitants' items desired were increased by the security of spaciousness for view. The purpose of this study is to understand spatial trans orientation through the plan type focusing the recent case study of super-high-rise and to interpretate spatial changes of residential space following it. For the case study, 20 apartments(or apartment complex) were selected from more than 25 storied super-high -rise located in Seoul and the metropolitan area. On the other hand, the objective facts about super-high-rise were cited in the results of the established studies and the selected cases were extracted from a catalogue and internet
The Tectonic Characteristics of ′KAN′ in the head residence of Uisong Kims
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 3, 2004, Pages 11~19
The purpose of this study is to explain the tectonic characteristics of 'Kan' which is an unit of composition in the head residence of Uisong Kims. Here, the 'Kan' is assumed as a conceptual framework to organize a house and also a maneuvering tool to control the spatial order with relationship between the whole and the part. Not limited to the simple conceptual aspects, but the interrelated elements such as the site conditions, modules, functions, structure and aesthetic factors. Through the process of the study, the role of 'Kan' is proved to be a tectonic tool for self-regulating architectural order by relation matrix of elements. 'Kan' is not only a fixed measuring tool for functions and material of a house but also a flexible device to control the building composition. 'Kan' is certainly a relative subject for measurement of form, space and aesthetic quality.
A Theoretical Understanding of Housing Adjustment As Applied to Residents of Korean Folk Housing -A Case Study of Andong Hahoe Folk Village-
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 3, 2004, Pages 21~30
The purpose of this study was to examine theoretical underpinnings of housing adjustment as applied to residents of Korean folk housing. On random and voluntary base, 66 households of the Andong Haboe folk village were asked to participate in the present study for a self-administrated questionnaire survey as well as open-ended face-to-face interviews. Some valuable results were obtained as follows. In spite of the legal barrier to change in physical conditions of housing, first, a huge amount of adjustment actually took place in the rural folk village. Satisfying basic amenity or shelter needs turned out to be the basic role of adjustment. Second, the number of adjustment works previously done was not effective anyhow in predicting the level of housing satisfaction. Speare's (1974) satisfaction theory of housing adjustment was largely supported by the present study. Highly dissatisfied residents with their housing were more likely to expect adjustment works of their own. Additionally, age turned out to be the most powerful predictor of housing adjustment. Finally, housing satisfaction was positively correlated with community attachment (Kendall's
=.35 ; p 〈 .001). Residents satisfied with their house were more likely to be proud of being a member of community. Overall, though, community attachment was not related anyhow to the willingness of housing adjustment.
A Study on the Spatial Composition of the Seong-Ju Eupseong
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 3, 2004, Pages 31~41
The purpose of this study is to find out the spatial arrangement of the administrative district of Seoung-Ju Eup around the 19th century by analyzing a map called Seoung-ju eupgido, made in the late Chosun period. The study analyses the significant elements consisting of the spatial arrangement such as geographical considerations, the street system, and the location of mainfacilities for this purpose. The significance of this study is in that the study uses a contemporary map showing the actual spatial arrangement in the period, instead of using any historical records or written documents that have been mainly used for the same purpose by most researcher so far.
A Study on the Physical Environment Characteristics of the Detached Housing Area in the Housing Site Development District
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 3, 2004, Pages 43~51
The purpose of this study is to examine the physical characteristics of the detached housing area in the housing site development district. The process of this study is to investigate the characteristics of the physical structure and the building use, then to analyze the relationship of physical structure and the building use in the aspect of the morphological characteristics. The case study focuses on the Chil-kok2, An-Siml in Taegu. The streets pattern is composited gird and loop type mixed. The block is composited by 2 lots in general. But the obscurity of organization and character of the streets, the size and shape of lots which is not fit to the building use. A whole residential characters appears high residential density ratio. so residential environment became worse. The improving level of residential environment and efficiency of land use in the detached housing area of the housing site development district, firstly the propriety of the physical structure must be considered about detached house characters, and the housing uses which fit to the physical structure are needed, and also for the concrete realization of this, the designation of district, the zoning of residential area, the guideline of the district design, and establishment of comprehensive master planning in detached housing area are needed in aspect of the housing policy. As the result of this study, it suggests several design guideline to improve housing site development.
An Visual Density Index for the Housing Landscape Evaluation Focused on the Elevation Coverage Index
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 3, 2004, Pages 53~62
Recently the landscape of housing has been emphasized. This trend seems to reflect the negative aspects of housing landscape in urban area. Throughout the analysis on the various visual density index, the following findings were obtained; 1) Elevation blockage ratio(EBR) was permitted differently according to the types of housing blocks, and the preference of block layout was different to the location of site. 2) EBR regulation level was acceptable. But 40m level of general area should be stepped up to the 35m level. 3) The correlation between the floor area ratio(FAR) and the EBR was not high. Therefore it is reasonable to regulate the EBR to the location. 4) Elevation coverage ratio(ECR) was highly correlated with the FAR. It means that FAR can substitute for the ECR, and ECR should be regulated to the level of FAR.
A Study on the Facilities for the Disabled People in Accommodations -Tourist belt area of southern sea in Korea-
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 3, 2004, Pages 63~72
The objective of this study is to survey and analyze convenience of the disabled people to use the facilities in accommodations. The data used in this research has been obtained in the southern sea of Korea. According to the survey, it was very difficult for the disabled people with a wheel chair to access to the room because of the staircase, doorsill and the narrowed passage. Also, there was no the grab bar, braille blocks and exclusive elevators for the disabled. Moreover, it was not easy for them to access to the bedroom since there was a doorsill and a serious height difference between the lobby and the bedroom. It was shown that the disabled People also have a difficulty in using the toilet and the bathroom, because the width of door and floor height was not suitable for the design criteria. In the toilet, there was no handle on a chamber pot for the disabled people to hold, and the space was not enough for them to access to the pot and turn with a wheel chair.
A Study on the Application of the Radiant Floor Cooling System in Residential Building
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 3, 2004, Pages 73~82
The objective of this study is to demonstrate the potential of radiant cooling systems using Ondol as an alternative cooling system in residential buildings. For this purpose, computer simulation and model experiments have been performed for the system performance analysis regarding comfort, floor surface condensation, and supply water temperature. The results of this study is the following: In radiant floor cooling system, room air temperatures were maintained within the set temperature range of
without any discomfort condition. And taking into account only the condensation occurrence, it was possible to achieve radiant floor cooling for a period of about 77% of the total cooling period in weather condition of Seoul. The minimum supply water temperature is about 15
, so renewable energy system such as ground heat exchange system can be used as an alternative in cooling source. Also, floor surface condensation can be prevented by integrating with the dehumidification system.
A Comparison of Embodied Energy and Environmental Impacts between the Steel-Structured and Wall-typed Apartment Housing
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 3, 2004, Pages 83~91
In a planning stage, the assessment system is required to select the proper alternative, reflected the environmental affects such as energy,
. Unit of energy consumption,
emission among various assessment systems could be effectively utilized to select the better alternative among various building types. But researches for these areas has not been conducted systematically, but limitedly and sporadically. In this paper, it aimed at providing the unit of energy consumption,
emission to evaluate the environmental affects between the steel-structured apartment building and wall-typed apartment building. For this, the input-output analysis could be utilized in the construction stage with two-type apartment housing. This approach can be utilized to compare the various alternatives in aspect of the energy consumption and the environment affect, and to select the relatively better alternative. This study found that the unit of energy,
of the steel-structured apartment building is lower than that of the wall-typed building
A Study on the Heat transfer in Residential Space Wall having Solar Radiation
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 3, 2004, Pages 93~99
This study was conducted to estimate the solar energy, as an alternative energy evaluating an effect of solar radiation on indoor space of residential building. The basic data of solar radiation which is useful for architectural design was suggested using theoretical and experimental analysis. Accordingly, this study was carried out measuring the solar energy using Explicit Method. These results were compared with the results using steady state heat transfer method. The results of this study are summarized as follows; Based on the results using Explicit Method and steady state heat transfer on the indoor space of building, it was shown that an analysis on heat transfer using Explicit Method is more sensitive to the outdoor environmental changes. The results using Explicit Method to analysis and evaluate the solar radiation should be used for residential building design.
A Study on the Mechanical Ventilation Design that Consider Supply and Exhaust Efficiency of the Apartment House Kitchen
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 3, 2004, Pages 101~108
To find more efficient exhaust effect, air curtain of upward or downward trend in gas table and left or right side of range hood were made. As result that film vapor from range hood lower part by digital camera, the air current change by moving existence and nonexistence of exhaust fan and direction of air curtain were known. Under all experiment condition, upward air curtain superior exhaust performance.
A Study on the Improvement of Residential Environment of deteriorated Apartment in Gyeongju
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 3, 2004, Pages 109~116
The purpose of this study is to improve the residential environment of the deteriorated apartment in Gyeongju. We survey the characteristics of each of the seven buildings in the subject housing, the renovations of each unit and the overall environment, and the residents' perceptions. The findings show that the residents of the deteriorated apartment in Gyeongju are generally satisfied with the current residential environment and that they prefer the reconstruction to improve their environment. The results also include that the residents feel burdened with the reconstruction because it is difficult to receive the approval from the local government and it is highly costly from the view points of the residents. It is recommendable to establish the logical judging criteria on the reconstruction. reuse, or renovation of the deteriorated apartment in a small local city such as Gyeongju and to offer the objective and specific programs on the basis of the established criteria for the improvement of the residential environment in the future.
A Study on the Housing Planning in 23 Wards of the Tokyo Metropolitan Area -Focused on Housing Master Plan in the 4 Wards-
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 3, 2004, Pages 117~126
The purpose of this study is to examine the characteristics of housing planning in 23 wards of the Tokyo Metropolitan Area. First, the present residential conditions in the 23 wards were investigated. And then we analyzed the basic purpose and individual policies of Housing Master Plan in the 4 wards. In this study, it was found that the basic purpose of Housing Master Plan can be classified into three parts: amenity, safety, and diversity. Analyzing the individual policies, it was found that the priority are given to safety and diversity out of the those three parts.