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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 the Color Characteristics of the Outer Wall of High-rise Apartment Buildings According to Visual Range
Park Sung-Jin ; Ha Ju-A ; Lee Cheong-Woong ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 4, 2004, Pages 1~8
This study assumes that though buildings have identical color of the outer walls, their colors and images make the difference according to neighboring environmental factors and visual range. Based on the assumption, it carries a quantitative analysis of physical and image difference, targeting colors of the outer walls of high-rise apartment buildings within apartment complex. As a result, it is identified that the outer colors of the buildings on the streetside of high-rise residential complexes are significantly different according to neighboring environmental factors and viewers' visual range. And, it is suggested that in planning colors of outer wall, colors should be arranged in consideration of color difference according to visual range.
Unification through Similarity' as a Design Principle for Achieving Harmony in an Architectural Design
Choo Seung-Yeon ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 4, 2004, Pages 9~16
Architectural theories in western architecture have been considered as a basis for answering the fundamental questions of architectonics: proportion, symmetry, color, harmony and so on. Among those the architectural design theory is significant, since it affects the aesthetic evaluation of human perception. This paper gives an outline in applying the traditional design principles of architecture to contemporary architecture by 'unification through similarity' of architectural components such as form, scale, texture and color. As we see from this research, unification can be achieved in a design by the combination of the four components; that is, to balance between the four above-mentioned components in buildings, through the similarity of one or more of these components.
A Study on the Visual Effect of Landscape on Window in Living Space
Kim Hye-Young ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 4, 2004, Pages 17~23
The purpose of this study is to grasp visual effects of landscape on window in living space. The visual effects in the 1/3 living room scale models that are different in the dimension of window, the place of window and the landscape through the window is judge using a method of magnitude estimation. In consequence of these experiment, the following results were obtained. 1) The brightness influences the evaluation marks on visual effects of window on living space. 2) The existence of landscape has an effect on a sense of extent for living space. 3) The existence of window in visual field makes a great difference to the visual effects.
A Study on the Conservation and Reuse of Historical Heritage - Case Study of Naju′s Old Railway Station Building -
Kim Hongii ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 4, 2004, Pages 25~34
The purpose of this study was to analyzes the transition process and architectural characteristics of Naju's old railway station building from 1913 to 2002. It considers measures for the conservation and reuse. It analyzes investigation record of the condition of Naju's station from 1948 to 1993 and standard building design at Japanese colonial period. It analyzes as well, transition of building through the comparison of the results of an investigation in 1993 and those of the present conditions. In addition, it analyzes interviews with the city officials and residents in city.
A Study on the Analysis of Energy Performance of High-rise Residential Buildings
Seok Ho-Tae ; Kim Jang-Han ; Chung Man-Seok ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 4, 2004, Pages 35~43
The environment pollution is very important problem. Even at the field of architecture, a study about method of saving energy and constructing environment friendly building will have performed with activity. But trends of Korea housing market are changed that the height of building become more higher and the level of comfort going up. Therefore, these requirements force to increase the energy usage for indoor environmental controls. Thus, the purpose of this study is to reduce the heating and cooling energy requirements of High-rise Residential Buildings by the analysis of Energy Performance. From now on, we search improvement plan for the most efficient Energy Saving at present High-rise Residential Buildings.
Development of Optimal Real Estate Decision Support System by Geographic Information on Real Estate Appraisal - Using Internet and GIS -
Kim Han-Su ; Na Sang-Youp ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 4, 2004, Pages 45~54
This study systematized synthetically to use internet GIS and real estate appraisal method in computing system for the real estate decision. First, indicated the method of using GIS and databases to appraise the real estate by using the cost approach. Second, used the artificial neural network to predict the change of land prices and the artificial neural network convinced us that it indicates easily the result of land prices without complicated processes. Third, examined land prices using the artificial neural network but there is limits for the land price prediction because of difficult data gathering. also, this study may heighten information levels of the real estate field according to 21th century information level if use actively a internet, information users who should pay much moneys in existent real estate decisions may can approach easily.
The Comparison of Space Origination between Korean-Chinese and Chinese Multi-family Housing in China
Kim Jong Young ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 4, 2004, Pages 55~63
The aims of this research are to find the difference of space origination between Korean-Chinese and Chinese multi-family housing unit plan and to find the main reason to make this difference. To do this research, twenty three different kinds of floor plans were surveyed and examined. The results are as follows; 1. The Chinese-Korean floor plan and Chinese floor plan in Ondol heating system are totally different, although in radiator and floor panel heating system are similar. The inner space origination between two races are different. That is to say, Chinese-Korean likes open space origination and Chinese likes closed space origination. 2. The main reasons to make differences seem to be living style, heating system, constructional method and the trade with South Korea. In the future time, the usage of floor panel heating system will be increased and various kinds of floor plan should be introduced.
A Study on Elderly Households′ Needs for Affordance of Interior Design
Moon Hee-Jeong ; Kim Mi-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 4, 2004, Pages 65~74
As the advent of an aging society, housing for the elderly has been of great concern. Because the majority of the elderly prefers living in their own familiar homes rather than moving to new ones, this study is concerned with the ways use and maintenance of the existing houses from the viewpoint of their independent living. The data was analyzed with frequency, percentage, mean, correlation, and multiple regression by using the SPSS 10.0 for Windows. The findings from the study were: Needs for Affordance of interior design(AID) were required slightly above the average. Among the items of AID, physiological maintenance was the most demanding, and social facilitation, behavioral facilitation, and perceptual maintenance were sequentially followed in the level of needs. The elements that should be considered in housing environment plans for the elderly household ire: (a) use of slip-proof tiles for the floor of the bathroom, (b) installation of safety bars in the bathroom, and (c) installation of emergency buttons. It also turned out that educational levels and health status were the most significant factors on the needs for AID.
A Research on the Korean Private Residence Published in Kuchie, ′Chosun and Architecture′ during the Japanese Colonial Period
Suh Kuee-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 4, 2004, Pages 75~86
This research is about the Korean private residence as the actual housing published in Kuchie, 'Chosun and Architecture'. Research about the Korean private residence during the Japanese colonial period is important to find out the influence of foreign culture on Korean housing during that period. This research is necessary to reveal the tendency of modernization of Korean housing and how the foreign cultural relationship transformed and applied to the Korean housing. This research was carried out mainly on the 16 Korean private residences published in 'Chosun and Architecture'. The main subject of this research is to analyze the architectural floor plan, building material and heating facilities etc. Other important themes of the research are the practical side of actual housing plan, interior furnitures and fittings, electrical fittings and the classification of life style.
A Case Study on the Planning Process of ′'A′ Kindergarten′s Playground Applied User Participatory Design
Choi Mock-wha ; Choi Byoung-sook ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 4, 2004, Pages 87~97
The purpose of this study is to introduce the design process for the 'natural-friendly' kindergarten playground using participatory design method. The 'A' kindergarten in Daejon was selected as a case study. The concept of the design was decided by the user's needs which draw out the pictures of children, owner's educational philosophy, and request of the teachers. As a result, the concept approached to 'our neighborhood (Korean traditional village)' image, and was planned with a focus on open space, which allows rich in natural elements(earth ground, trees, flowers vegetable farm, animals, water and sand etc.) and various play activities. And a user participatory design method proved that it was proper to design a kindergarten playground.
A Study on the Comparison of Measurement and Prediction of Underground Temperature in Gumi.
Jeong sooill ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 4, 2004, Pages 99~105
Korea gets most of its housing energy from fossil fuel which can be mined only for 30 years. So the development of an alternative energy is very important. Solar and underground thermal energy are two of these alternatives but little study has been conducted on these. For use of underground energy, we need accurate data regarding underground temperature, but there are only 30 measuring points for underground temperature in the entire country. We need to have a method of predicting underground temperature precisely. In this study the underground temperature is measured at under 3m in Gumi, and these data are compared with predicted data for checking the accuracy of the predicting method.
A Study on the Dom-Ino system and Proportion in Le Corbusier′s Houses
Cho Sung-Hyun ; Kim Chul-Kyu ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 4, 2004, Pages 107~115
The purpose of this paper is to study on the architectural value in Dom-Ino system. Dom-Ino system by Le Corbusier is a structural system for effective production in terms of physical reproductivity and a modeling system from the view of formal composition. It creates planar grid with a fixed ratio, manipulates the user group, and becomes the basic construction method. Form comes out of geometrical proportion system, and grid-based plan provides regularity and order to elevation planning. Production requires standardization. Indoor space is maintained by uniformed and integrated service facilities. Dom-Ino system was a transitional step of the Modulor system which was created by Le Corbusier in 1945 and composes of and equivalent proportional system. The fact that the numerical proportion system is the one of appropriate design methods implys a progressive concept that architectural configurations are controlled by the technology of that time. And also the system is one of the object type of Corbusier's housing architecture.
The Perception of Apartments′ Remodeling Process with a Case Study
Jung Sung-Hwa ; Lee Won-Young ; Kang Soon-Joo ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 4, 2004, Pages 117~125
This study has examined how residents view the remodeling process of their old apartment and the actual conditions of apartment remodeling case in Yonggang-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul, in Korea. The questionnaire survey has been conducted to apartment residents in Seoul who want to have their houses remodeled in order to specifically find out how they view remodeling process. Furthermore, interviews have been conducted with persons who were in charge of remodeling operations, and related data have been analyzed by conducting on-the-spot survey on apartment in Yonggang-dong. The major findings were as follows 1. The residents pointed out the biggest problem is the lack of information in the remodeling process. Therefore, education and PR on remodeling to residents should be kept on in order for them to play a key role in remodeling operation. 2. In Yonggang apartment remodeling process several problems have been found such as the difficulty of obtainning unanimous consent from residents, the lack of the active and positive participation of residents and the absent of the drawing. Therefore, to activate remodeling of the apartment complex, it needs not only to induce the residents to participate positively, but also to make a practical adjustment on current special repairing allowance.