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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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Pre-school Children′s Privacy Needs in the Residential Space
Lee, In-Soo ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 5, 2004, Pages 1~11
This study has been performed to review pre-school children's needs for privacy within normal residential space. In this study, there were three circumstances in which children need to stay alone without being interrupted by their parents; First, they strongly want to be stay quiet until relieving their anger or fear, shortly after disciplined and impugned by their parents. Second, infant children need to obtain their own territory in order to demonstrate ownership and dignity in their sley space. Third, there are also special circumstances of privacy needs among families with intrusive parents such as alcoholics and heavy smokers, or for the children of disability. In Korea, it is presumed that more than 60 percent the pre-school children aging three to six are in deficit of privacy for relieving their emotional disturbance, but no research has been documented for the case of disabled or interrupted children. Therefore in this study, it was primarily proposed that empirical studies need to be peformed among Korean preschoolers, in order to evaluate privacy needs in the perspectives of ordinary family lives, individual household behaviors, and special conditions of disability or offensive family members.
A Comparative Study on the Confucian Characteristics of the Space for Men on the Upper-Class House of Korea and China
Youn Lily ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 5, 2004, Pages 13~20
This comparative study on the confucian characteristics of the space for men on the upper-class house took two approaches. Firstly, even though Korea and China accepted same Confucianism, they developed their own Confucian cultures and differentiated house types. Therefore, the process of developing various type of house can be observed as to adopting Confucianism. Secondly, identification of each country can be appeared by looking into the house developing process. Preceding studies about traditional houses of Korea and China usually focused on style analysis. However, this study approaches to house arrangement through understanding the base of each culture and people.
A Study on Design Characteristics in Casa Battle and Gaudi′s Philosophy of Architecture
Kim Dae Nyun ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 5, 2004, Pages 21~32
The purpose of this study is to interpret Gaudi's philosophy of architecture through an analysis of the design characteristics in his remodeling of Casa Battlo. A review of the literature related to Casa Battlo as well as a field study in Barcelona to see the building were made for this study. The conclusions were as follows; Casa Battle is one of the best examples of Gaudi's attempts at creating a surreal atmosphere and should be evaluated in light of the following considerations: 1) Casa Battle as a remodeled house presented its own restrictions to Gaudi that he overcame by introducing characteristic design elements into the remodeling process; 2) the achievement, a perfect sculpture expressing continuity through a gorgeous colour scheme using different materials and design motifs with a dynamic spiral shape, originated from Gaudi's observations of nature and his experiences working in modeling studios; 3) a visualized embodiment of Gaudi's naturalism and functionalism through the impression of perpetual movement and continuity as formative symbols of genesis, life, death, and transmigration of the soul, originated from Gaudi's personal experiences of the early deaths of several close family members; 4) the design is meant to show the same processes of creation used by nature rather than a mere imitation of nature. Gaudi was not only a person dedicated obsessively to his profession as an architect, but also a rationalist fundamentally in the way he operated. It was expected that this study could be employed as a small stimulus to challenge the paradigm of housing remodeling projects -a hot issue in today's Korea- especially in their philosophical aspect.
A Study on the Color of Apartment Building Outer Wall Effecting in Streetscape -Focused on Highrize Housing Complex in Gwangju-
Park Sung-Jin ; Ha Ju-A ; Lee Cheong-Woong ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 5, 2004, Pages 33~41
This study examined the effect of the main color of apartment building as background color on the preference for residential streetscape in the relation with surrounding environment of streetscape with its focus on the color of apartment building outer wall. To research a visual evaluation structure, this study aimed to understand its characteristics through quantitative assay and to provide more scientific and specific data about improvement direction. The results suggested that the current brightness and chroma of main color of apartment building was high and low respectively which was advisable. On the other hand, in the color, when the components of the whole streetscape included buildings or soundproofing walls, a streetscape image needed to be improved though the color scheme of 4-distance color difference.
Present State Investigation and Analysis of Cladding System in High rise Residential Buildings
Seok Ho-Tae ; Kwak Hyun-Chul ; Song Seung-Yeong ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 5, 2004, Pages 43~50
As residential buildings becomes high rise buildings, the new cladding system was needed for structure system, and unpredictable problems were found in it. The aim of this study is to analysis the present state and find improvement of indoor environment in high rise residential building, which used curtain wall system. Then, suggest to create comfortable indoor environment for high rise residential buildings in the process of design.
A Study on the Parking Demand of Apartment Complex in Daegu city
Park Chan-Don ; Ha Jae-Myung ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 5, 2004, Pages 51~58
After 1980's, the ratio of car possessions has been increased rapidly. Nowaday, most large cities have suffered a lot of problems about traffic and car parking. Specially in apartment complexes, they have parking problem which is caused by the parking demand. The ratio of parking demand at multi-family housing sites has been increased significantly, therefore several parking problems have occurred. The goal of this study is to investigate the parking demand per housing unit size of apartment complex in Daegu city. The results of this study is as follows. (1) The parking demand of 60
below sized housing unit is 1.09 car per the unit. (2) The parking demand of 60
below sized housing unit is 1.31 car per the unit. (3) The parking demand of 85
below sized housing unit is 1.74 car per the unit. (4) The parking demand of 135
over sized housing unit is 2.10 car per the unit.
Space Design Based on the Behavioral Characteristics of the Elderly with Dementia
Oh Chan-Ohk ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 5, 2004, Pages 59~67
This study was intended to suggest the design guidelines of the space for the elderly with dementia. To achieve this, the behavioral characteristics of the elderly with dementia were grasped, and the design cases which were considered and reflected of the behavioral characteristics of the elderly with dementia were examined. Then, the effective space design guidelines which met the behavioral characteristcs of the elderly with dementia were suggested. The behaviors of the elderly with dementia were categorized into cognitive, emotional, and functional behavior. The positive influences of space design on dementia symptom were founded in the planned living environments, accessible and visible location of common space such as living room, soft and homelike interior finishes and lighting, and healing garden. Therefore, the space design for the elderly with dementia should be done on the basis of the dementia symptoms and healing effects.
A Study on Proportion-Generating System Based on Dom Hans van der Laan′s Proportion Theory
Choo Seung Yeon ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 5, 2004, Pages 69~76
A Study on the Ventilation Effect by Various Location of Air Intake and Exhaust Fan of Bathroom in Apartment Housing
Ham Jin Sik ; Lee Kwang Myung ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 5, 2004, Pages 77~84
The mock-ups of ventilation system, which has been widely adopted for the bathroom with the area of 100
apartment housing, were established and tested to design mechanical ventilation for apartment housing bathroom where air supply exhaust are relatively important. These ventilation mock-ups were capable of controlling intake and exhaust, which has the size of supply openings as 40cm
5cm. They were established at five locations, spaced 40cm from each other at a height of 25cm from the floor. The exhaust fans were located at four corners and center of the ceiling. The results this ventilation effect measurement by different condition are showing that when the size of air supply is bigger and the location is lower, the effect of ventilation was relatively higher. In addition, as the distance between exhaust fan and air supply was farther, the ventilation effect were getting highly efficient.
A Study on the transformation Pross of Vernacular Houses in Ulleung-Island -Focused on wall, roof, window and ceiling-
Kim Chan-Yeong ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 5, 2004, Pages 85~96
The purpose of this study was to (md out the characteristics of the residential house in Ulleung Island in terms of building materials, structure and construction method, structural design by actual field surveys. This study found several facts; First, the house was classified into the log house and mud-wall house according to building material for wall structure. The log house prevailed in the early days of the settlement in the island because of affulent timber materials available around. However, the mud wall house became a popular type in later days because of the depletion of timber materials. Second, the Udeki wall was an unique installation reflecting the severe climate conditions of Ulleung Island. However, many aspects of the Udeki wall was changed according to the change of living style and the introduction of modem heating systems in terms of its function, size, building material, layout position etc. Third, the roofing material also has been changed from materials available locally to slate materials transported from the mainland. Fourth, the bamboo slender-ribbed door as a single-swing door type was popular and later time the single-sliding door or three ribbed door was widely used in rooms installed later instead. Fifth, the roof was placed over the room, kitchen, and Chukdam (outer wall) and this was a resonable way to cope with heavy snowfalls in the winter season in Ulleung Island.
A Study on the Analysis of Environmental-Friendly Planning Characteristics of Apartment Housing Complex
Ryu Ji-Won ; Kim Jung-Hwan ; Jung Eung-Ho ; Kim Su-Bong ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 5, 2004, Pages 97~105
The main purpose of this study is to define the characteristics of emvironmental-friendly design which is found on in the planning of apartment housing complex. For this purpose, the subject of analysis were focused on the plans which had been authenticated an apartment housing complex development of Green Buildings. In conclusion, the characteristics of environmental-friendly design in the of apartment housing complex which are analysed through this study can be summarized as follows: It is shown that most plans hardly used the designs items such as 'preserving geographical feature' , 'use of substitutive sources' while the application ratio of 'making streamlets' , 'artificials afforestations' , 'making pedestrain road and bicycle road' is highest. this analysis means many planners and designers depends on only a few design elements when they plan apartment housing complex. it is because they don't have a correct understanding of environmental-friendly development.
A Study on the Vernacular Houses of Ulleung-Island
Kim Chan-Yeong ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 15, issue 5, 2004, Pages 107~118
The purpose of this study is to analyze the unique characteristics of the vernacular house of Ulleung-Do(island), which shows a different residential culture from the main land. For this purpose, this study examined the characteristics of the location, spatial arrangement, and floor-plan of the house and also tried to understand how these basic elements were changed and why these changes were occurred. The result of this study is as follows: First, the house was located on the mountain area and was oriented toward the various bearings. Second, the house usually did not have annexes and most residential space was installed on a main building. Third, the floor-plan of the house was developed from a basic two-Kan (with single row) house type in a early settlement period to three-Kan, four-Kan, and five-Kan house types in later periods. While the development of house type proceeded. the main building was functioned as a complex space for both residential and storage purposes. Some houses were gradually developed into a middle and upper-class house shape by installing annexes. The change of the floor-plan and the house size was the result of self-sustained living culture influenced by the natural environment of the island and of changes of residential conditions as well.