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Journal of the Korean housing association
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Volume 16, Issue 6 - Dec 2005
Volume 16, Issue 5 - Oct 2005
Volume 16, Issue 4 - Aug 2005
Volume 16, Issue 3 - Jun 2005
Volume 16, Issue 2 - Apr 2005
Volume 16, Issue 1 - Feb 2005
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A Case Study on the Interior Design Remodeling of Apartment according to the Floors Space in Seoul
Shin Kyung-Joo ; Rhee Ji-Young ; Jang Sang-Ock ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 2, 2005, Pages 1~10
The purpose of this study is providing useful information for consumer-friendly house plan by investigating remodeling apartments according to the area type and size. In order to achieve this aim, case study was applied. The case study was conducted of five small, medium, and large size apartments through depth-interviews, actual survey, and questionnaires on the remodeling behavior, interior design, and interior atmosphere. The results of the study are as follows: Structural alterations were frequent in communal area, and then in private and household areas. Changing lighting fixtures was frequent in all area types, and especially, in communal areas installing extra decoration was frequently observed. Besides, alterations of doors and window frames were carried out in communal, private, housework and service areas by using wood, aluminum sashes, double-glazing, and paint coating. Finally, in housework areas the material and color of counters were changed into wooden and achromatic.
A Study on the Characteristics of Planning Factors to the Outdoor Space of the Olympic Village Munchen
Kwon Yong-Il ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 2, 2005, Pages 11~17
The purpose of this study is to find the characteristics of planning factors to the outdoor space of the olympic village munchen. The result of the research are follows; 1) The horizontal gardens of the low buildings and hanging gardens on the terraces of the high-rise buildings are intended as a continuation of the concept of the modelled landscape. 2) By virtue of the choice of the type of building and the way in which the buildings are staggered, the residents have an unimpaired view of the green spaces and recreation areas. 3) Leisure value is further enhanced by the proximity of the residential arms to the footpath running north to south. 4) The terraces allow the residents to enjoy more sun and sky, so that the view into the distance is the rule. 5) To improve orientation, the pedestrian paths to the residential wings are also situated directly over the underground vehicle-access roads.
A Study on the Characteristics of the Apartment unit Plans According to the Outdoor Adjacency Methods (I)
Park Mong-Sub ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 2, 2005, Pages 19~25
This paper call attention to the characteristics of apartment unit plans as to the outdoor adjacency methods. My arguments will attempt to investigate spatial composition and each room sizes of the unit plans. So far, very little has been done in this direction. I will limits myself to study 573 plans which have been designed from 1996 till 2003. What emerges from this analysis is that these samples divided 3 types derived from the outdoor adjacency methods. Type 1 limits itself to 39 square meters unit plans. Type 2 was distributed from 49 square meters to 200 square meters with the exception of 100-110 square meters. And, type 3 ranges from 59 to 160 square meters. Therefore, it could be profitable each room's environmental condition (daylight, ventilation and etc) and diverse apartment building types to design in extent 49-160 square meters.
The Study on the Catholic Church's Liturgical Space in Pyeongtaek
Hwang Yong-Woon ; Keum Yo-Chan ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 2, 2005, Pages 27~35
Liturgical space is the most important in the spaces of catholic church architecture. But Since 1980's, korea catholic church has concentrated on functionality, decoration and sensuous expression. Thus this study analyzed the catholic liturgical space for reinforcing the present status of catholic church through Pyeongtaek district's parish in Diocese of Suwon. Although there are many compositional elements in catholic liturgical space, this study focused on the figures of church plane, the arrangement of nave's chair, the condition of sanctuary and the place of sacristy etc. Though there are many changes in composition elements of liturgical space by the 2nd Council of the Vatican, composition elements of site(shape, price, access road, area etc.) have an effect on liturgical space, too. But up to now, despite the necessity of the principles of liturgical space which are yet to be lacked.
Spatial Structure of Sori Village and the Possibility of Transforming Villages into Ecovillages
Jang Dong-Min ; Han Jong-Gu ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 2, 2005, Pages 37~44
The development of farm villages into ecovillages aims at creating an alternative that reconciles the environment with economy, the two practical issues faced by farm villages. Recently various projects are being carried out to resolve the weak competitiveness of farm villages and to induce environment-friendly development, but they have basic limitations in improving farm villages. Thus, the present study purposed to examine the possibility of transforming farm villages into ecovillages as an alternative for solving these problems more effectively. Thus this study selected Sori Village to experiment the possibility of transforming farm villages into ecovillages, presented the process of planning using environmental planning indicators, and verified its validity through designing an experimental model.
A Study on the Economic Factors and Properties in Architecture
Lee Dong Heon ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 2, 2005, Pages 45~53
Korea has recently experienced a large change in civil architecture and urban environment. However most of civil architectures and urbanization have been accomplished without considering economic efficiency and impact. This study focuses primarily on an analysis on the relationship between architecture and economic efficiency through the foreign and domestic case studies. Secondly, it is going to elucidate the economic properties on Korean architecture recently established. With perspectives of the analysis, we need to consider the following factors in the production of architecture; labor intensive industry, seasonal industry, strong and domestic demand.
A Study on the Analysis of Architectural Interior Space through Movement System focused on Hyangdan and Kwankajung
Lee Kum-Jin ; Choi Dong Hyeog ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 2, 2005, Pages 55~65
'Movement System' is made of the interaction of user and architectural spaces related to each other in order. 'Movement' meant in movement system is possible only in the status of user and architectural space together. Movement created and disappeared by the user is not subordinated to the existing architectural space but becomes the main element of formating movement system. It is required that movement conception applied to architecture should be derived from the essence of movement and this study presents the movement system. To explain the formating process of movement system, A. N. Whitehead's process philosophy theory is at the basis and transformed in architectural aspects. On basis of these theoretical backgrounds, the process of making movement system can be explained. There are unit movement, unit object, and elements for movement process as the basic requirements for movement system, each unit is apprehended by individual operation and the nexus is composed by associative operation of apprehended units. This nexus becomes the object of a new subject and forms multiple nexus. Relation of unit movement and unit object and nexus are apprehended as the continuation and extensive continuum is made. At that time, movement with multiple phases set inbetween systems and extended multiplied. Through above study, movement system is applied to Korean traditional houses.
A Study on the Condominium Management Policies of Local Government in Japan
Kim Jung-In ; Kajiura Tsuneo ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 2, 2005, Pages 67~74
Condominium management ask for planning ability and special knowledge in order to solve the troubles of a condominium. But all the HOA has not ability or knowledge of condominium management, so administration support to condominium management came to be given to HOA. In this study, we divided the administration policies on condominium management as follows; (1) instruction about an advertisement and a contract (2) instruction about management (3) instruction about maintenance (4) instruction by the local government (5) legislation about condominium management. Most of the condominium management policy has been programmed by government, such as legal amendments and advises by administrative inspection. But these condominium management policies have limitations to support HOA, so it is need to correspond to local government. In advanced local governments, administrative policies were materialized by the report of a housing related council. HOA: Home Owners Association
A Study on the Practical Use Status of Cold & Hot Water Supply System in High-rise Residential Buildings
Seok Ho-Tae ; Kim Jang-Han ; Cha Min-Chul ; Cho Kyung-Jae ; Yeo Myoung-Souk ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 2, 2005, Pages 75~82
The High-rise Residential Buildings are recently consuming a lot of energy because of the vertical height rise in case of supplying cold and hot water. It is required to a appropriate solution in occurring discomfortable use and unexpected conditions of High-rise Residential Buildings on account of the difference of water supply pressure on top and bottom floor, faucet outlet pressure rise. Thus, the purpose of this study is to research on practical use status of Cold and Hot Water Supply System through Question Survey in High-rise Residential Buildings and to analyze problems.
A Reform of Two to One Dwelling Unit for Three Generation Family Living of Small Houses
Shon Seung Kwang ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 2, 2005, Pages 83~90
A goal of this research is to propose the remodeling possibility from deteriorated stock apartment housing, to three generation family living in a dwelling unit for low incomes. An apartment housing which was built from 1970s, is accumulated over
of the stock housing in Korea, many of them are confront with a rebuilding in a short usage of twenty years below. They are small one, and many of the residence complain narrow and small space compare to economic growth and their needs. This article deals the reform of two to one dwelling units, that it can be use for three generation family living as a new residence, because its spatial character is more controled privacy condition as a four bay spatial organization in the dwelling. The reform simulated in a 10, 13, 14, 15, and 16 pyung, the remodeling size became from 20 to 30 pyung, and its reform can be apply to extend life cycle of a stock confront with redevelopment. The possibility of the reform houses have more intensive privacy in a house compare with same area of new apartment. It tells us that we can recycle the deteriorate apartment house into three generation family living use, and it will be clue to change slum clearance into reform and recycle of deteriorate apartment house.
The Behaviors of Spatial Usages in Korean Apartment for Development of Open Housing System(I) - with special reference to 30s pyong apartment with 3 bed rooms -
Kim Mi-Hee ; Lee You-Mi ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 2, 2005, Pages 91~98
The purpose of this study was to explore behaviors of spatial usages such as patterns of spatial usages, perception on residential spaces, and furniture arrangement. A questionnaire survey and interview were adopted in this study, and 146 residents living in apartment with 3 bedrooms, stairway access, and 3-bay style in the City of Gwangju. The major findings of this study were that 1) dining-kitchen (DK) was conceived and used as a space not only for dining but also family gathering and guest reception. Dining table without refrigerator was frequently found in furniture arrangement of DK, and refrigerator has been relocated in utility room facing DK. The results imply the need for social interaction that has been growing. Anbang (master bedroom) has been perceived and used as couples' private area, aside from the traditional function of family interaction. A coordination of both bed and wardrobe out of different furniture arrangements was popular in anbang. Living room was used as a multi-purpose room carrying out various activities such as family gathering, guest reception, and housekeeping. Sofa and cabinet were the most common furniture arrangement in living room. The research results are a basis for development residential open housing system.
A Study on the Determinant Factor of Intention to Move into Senior Congregate Housing
You Byung-Sun ; Hong Hyung-Ock ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 2, 2005, Pages 99~105
Due to the vast increase in the elderly population and the changes in traditional filial duties, the importance of the elderly living arrangement is being greatly emphasized. The purpose of this study was to analyse the determinant factor of intention to move into senior congregate housing. The survey was conducted among middle-aged people in their fifties, who lived in Seoul, using the systematic random sampling method. The final sample included 498 respondents. The results were as follows. 1) It was revealed that many respondents thought positively about senior congregate housing. Both of having children and income were proved as an important variables which had an impact factor to move into senior congregate housing. 2) It was found that residential environment was the more important factor than housing level itself or personal social environment.