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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 Study on the Furniture and Main-Living Behavior of An-bang in Apartment Housing
Kang Hyung-gu ; Kang Bong-Im ; Lee Cheong-Woong ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 3, 2005, Pages 1~7
The purpose of this study was to analyze the relationship of the floor classification and the main-living behavior, and the tendency of using furniture and space by surveying the situations of using An-bang space by apartment dwellers. An-bang is a factor that influences on the unit-plan organization, the whole spatial arrangements, and the spatial relation and size, and has the most severe friction between the tradition and western culture. Given seeing the results shown in the main-living behavior by floor type, that the rest and TV watching were shown to be high in terms of a free-standing type can be said that An-bang is more for the individual rest than far the purpose of family harmony. On the other hand, that the family courtesy was shown to be a little higher a sitting-down type, could be understood that the sitting-down style, which is a traditional living mode, is appearing in An-bang.
A Content Analysis of Housing and Culture in National Print Media
Lee Sung-Mi ; Lee Yeon-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 3, 2005, Pages 9~16
Daily newspapers are one of the most influential mass media and the news coverage can be used an indicator of social issues and needs. The purpose of this study was to investigate characteristics of physical environment in apartments, and to examine the underlying social ideas. In doing so, the contents of national daily newspapers in the past ten years were analyzed by using frequencies. The study found that sophistication, diversity, and differentiation were drawn as social values that lie in the physical environment of apartments, and the characteristics were related to housing types, space planning and complex layout. The finding shows that the coverage of the physical environment in apartments has been growing, and the increasing attention to the residential environment remains strong and significant.
The Study on Systematic Improvement Plans in Remodeling by the Case study of the Apartment Housing Remodeling
Yoon Chung-Sook ; Bae Jung-Yoon ; Park Eun-Seon ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 3, 2005, Pages 17~26
The purpose of this study is to provide the improvement plans and the future development guidelines to improve the apartment housing remodeling. To achieve this goal, case studies and personnel interviews were conducted. Case Studies were performed on 3 apartment houses which had a remodeling association and personnel interviews were performed on the union presidents of the apartment houses. As a result of this study on the practice of apartment housing remodeling, the problems are as follows; 1) a lack of establishing the specific standards and the operation procedures in terms of the laws and regulations 2) a lack of the residents' right awareness in terms of the maintenance & administration 3) a lack of the funds raising in the case of remodeling in the small. middle size in terms of the finance. According to above results, to improve the apartment housing remodeling, it is showed to be necessary to establish the specific standards and procedures in the laws, regulations and policies, which will be accomplished by real remodeling cases.
A Study on the Existing State of Facilities and Its User's Satisfaction for Handicapped Students in the Dormitory Buildings on Campus
Park Chang-sun ; Park Ki-taek ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 3, 2005, Pages 27~35
The purpose of this study is to minimize physical obstacles for handicapped students in university dormitories. To carry out this study, we have surveyed 10 Universities in Korea. First we have studied the law and the theory of architectural planning and design guides those are related with handicapped people. And it was surveyed the existing state of the dormitories facilities and made a checklist. And the satisfaction about the facilities was questioned to the handicapped students who used those buildings. It is concluded that most of the universities which we have surveyed were equipped with good facilities for the general students but don't have regards for handicapped people at that time. As the result of the rate of the satisfaction, they are satisfied those facilities generally. As you can see the result of this research, the facilities in University are not very good for handicapped people in many points. So that kind of many facilities must be taken into consideration for handicapped people in the stage of architectural programming in the process of designing the dormitory building.
The Research on the Process and Floor Plan of Model Houses for The Chosun Exhibition in 1929
Suh Kuee-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 3, 2005, Pages 37~47
The Chosun Exhibition was held in 1929 and the Architectural Association of Chosun(AAC) displayed model houses fur the fair. These model houses represented the new housing trend of the Chosun society, so this research was necessary to find out the facts. The main materials used for this research were issues from 'Chosun and Architecture'. The objects of this research was to find out the activity of the AAC and to classify the displayed model houses according to the structure, plan and interior. These three model houses depicted the improved housing designs at that time. Improved housing designs also depicted the convenience of everyday life, hygiene, improvement of facilities and the application of modem lift to that era. Therefore, these three houses would be revaluated as new models of houses for the Chosun society under education activity by the AAC.
The Characteristics of the Apartment Buildings with Commercial Facilities in Urban Housing Blocks
Sim Dong-sub ; Lee Sae-young ; Yang Woo-hyun ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 3, 2005, Pages 49~58
The objectives of this article are to grasp the characteristics of the apartment buildings with commercial facilities through various case studies and to present alternative measures in planning method to the issue of division of space function. To present the alternative planning method on apartment buildings with commercial facilities in urban housing blocks, 34 cases completed in 1990's were chosen in Seoul area. Substantial methods such as field research, close observation and interviews were carried out to analyze on these subjects. The analysis were focused on the sizes and features of apartment buildings and its relationships to other components. Other components can be roughly divided into four sectors which are environments, roads, arrangements of the main building and public facilities and commercial facilities inside the resident blocks.
The Needs of the Representatives of Rural Villages for the Policy of Korean Rural Village Remodeling
Choi Byoung-Sook ; Ryou Ok-Soon ; Oh Chan-Ohk ; Park Yoon-Ho ; Chon Young-Mi ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 3, 2005, Pages 59~68
The purpose of this study was to find out the new directions of Korean rural village remodeling policy based on the representatives' needs in 32 rural villages. The villages were selected by accessibility, type of village construction, geographic characteristics of rural area, and administrative district. The interview data were collected from the representatives of each village. By analyzing the qualitative and the quantitative data, the following conclusions were derived: 1) The village remodeling program should be performed with a long schedule plan, flexible budget, and residents' participation. 2) In new villages, the post village management system should be set up in order to conserve the rural environment. 3) Above all, the expert service system based on government support should be done. The experts would guide residents by consulting about village tour, village viewscape of houses and facilities, and the merchandising of the village's specialized resources. 4) The rural village remodeling program should be carried out on the base of the sense of community and the elderly life.
Automation for Decision of the Optimum Stories of Apartment Buildings to Assure the Solar Access Right for Neighboring Areas through Applying a Case Study
Seong Yoon-Bok ; Yeo Myoung-Seouk ; Kim Kwang-Woo ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 3, 2005, Pages 69~77
The purpose of this study is to develop a automation for decision of the optimum stories in apartment buildings in order to assure the solar access right for neighboring areas. Compared to the results of the optimum stories by manual process through applying a legal case over solar access right, the proposed method provides more improved and expanded information by automating the computing process of decision of the optimum stories in apartment buildings. With the result of this research, it would be possible to furnish with advanced information for an amicable settlement against the civil petition and disputes, to reduce waste of the time and cost and to improve the efficiency of solar access right analysis works.
Design Direction of Digital Home Identified by the Residents' Housing Needs - Focused on the
-sized Housing Units in the Apartment Complex in Busan -
Oh Chan-Ohk ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 3, 2005, Pages 79~87
The digitalization of our society has brought on the digitalization of housing design and human life. Thus, the concerns for developing digital home have increased. However, most of them has focused on digital technology, not human. This study was intended to examine the residents' housing needs for digital home and to suggest the design guidelines of digital home. The subjects were 400 housewives who lived and used internet in
-sized housing unit in the new apartment complex, Busan. The important aspects in digital home design, the residents' needs for digital home design, and the needs for digital system in digital home were examined. The subjects were relatively young in their ages. Also, they had relatively high educational level and middle income. On the base of their housing needs for digital home, the design of digital home like as followings would be desirable: 1) the safe and secure design and digital system, 2) the design to improve residents' health and encourge family interaction, 3) human, warm, and soft interior mood, 4) space composition different from the existing one.
A Study on Catholic Villages as an Incultural Architecture Phenomenon - Focusing on Chunho Village, Bibong-myun, Wanju-gun, Chounlabuk-do -
Kim, Hak-Sam ; Jihn, Jung ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 3, 2005, Pages 89~99
This study aims to give an architectural meaning to the process of change in villages formed to maintain the religious lives. We can draw the following conclusion by reviewing and analyzing primarily the details in relation to the bibliography and actually evaluating and analysing the current status of relevant villages secondly in order to understand the architectural meaning of Catholic village. The architectural Image contained in physical architectural phenomenon displays the change in religious values while the social and cultural characters are responding to the architectural space of Cheonho Village, and this, as a cultural byproduct, is the architectural phenomenon that encompasses the process by which religion takes root in the farming society of Korea that reveals the change in value inherent in the community. The result from study that we conducted via the architectural space of Cheonho Village is interpreted as an architectural phenomenon that encompasses the religion as part of routine lives in a way that is different from the process of becoming in-cultural, and this can be interpreted to have a meaning and character as incultural architecture phenomenon.
An Analysis of the Relationship Between Resettlement and Housing Redevelopment Characteristics
Ko Duk Kyun ; Kim Hong-Kyu ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 3, 2005, Pages 101~107
The reason that compulsory removals of a low-quality housing redevelopment such as involuntary or unintentional migration present a problem for urban communities is that whether involuntary movers adapt themselves to their new home has an influence on the urban communities that surround them. Moreover, involuntary emigrants have higher probability of choosing faulty residential areas than voluntary emigrants do. This gives rise to a problem of another residential migration for involuntary movers. In order to solve these problems, there is a need for a new housing policy that enables original residents to come back to their old community. However studies for resettlement had not conducted subjects about housing redevelopment characteristics which influences the involuntary movers directly. Instead personal microscopic characteristics such as statistics of resettlement, the moving distance, the reason of moving, improvement of living environment, had been main subjects of farmer studies. So the purpose of this study is to analyze an analysis of the relationship between resettlement and housing redevelopment characteristics. The data used in this study was obtained at 47 areas designated by Seoul (metropolis) since 1990 for redevelopment. Cluster Analysis Is used for dividing high rate of resettlement with low rate of resettlement and Regression Analysis is used for the analysis of the relationship between resettlement and housing redevelopment characteristics. The results of examining the effects of a redeveloped housing complex on returning residents at 47 areas designated by Seoul (metropolis) since 1990 fur redevelopment are as follows: First, A housing complex with a high returning rate (remove-in rate?) has no state/public land, unauthorized building owners who are in the low-income brackets, and few interested parties such as union members. This is the characteristic of a redeveloped housing complex with a short-period project span. On the contrary, a housing complex that has a low returning rate is crowded by state/public land, and numerous unauthorized building owners, and interested parties. Second, According to the linear regression analysis, among the factors that affect returning residents, 'physical properties(characteristics) of a region', 'population properties within a region', and 'properties of a project span' indicate a negative(-)influence whereas 'properties of a complex density' shows a positive(+) influence. In a nutshell, the more the physical properties, population properties, projectspan properties, the lower the returning rate and the more the complex density properties, the higher the returning rate. In detail, an area with many small land and new/large buildings, a high population, and a long project duration has a low returning rate of original residents while an area holding large capacity and buildings with many number of floors (multiple-storied building) has a high returning rate.
A Study on the Users' Post-Occupancy Evaluation of the 'A' Kindergarten's Playground Design
Choi Mock-Wha ; Choi Byoung-Sook ; Byun Hea-Ryung ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 3, 2005, Pages 109~117
The purpose of this study is to suggest a basic data of playground design that can arouse various curiosities and interests of children. The 13play areas 'A' kindergartem's playground that parent, music, play equipment, soccer field, water, sand, tunnel, maze, animal, plant, ground hill, bike road, and inner court were evaluated by 16 teachers and 165 children between the age of 4 and 5. POE data of teachers were collected by questionnaire. And children chose and rated very fun and interesting 5 play areas of 13 ones based on the photos. The results were as following. 1) 13 play areas were generally used evenly with diverse purpose. 2) the environment of the play areas was deemed very appropriate. 3) maze area and play equipment area were recognized as the most favored play areas by children. 4) teachers recommended soccer field, plants, maze, tunnel, music area as the most favorable play areas.
The Living Environments of Leave-out lands in the Land Readjustment Project Area - Focused on Daegu City -
Kim Han-Su ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 3, 2005, Pages 119~125
This study is designed to suggest future development guidelines for leave-out lands in the land readjustment project area. For this purpose, physical conditions which affect living conditions were surveyed. The findings are follows. First, the living conditions in the lands are low with shortage of parking space and green area, narrow and low-performance road conditions, disordered fence and roof. Furthermore, illegal waste disposal made the condition even worse. Second, it is desirable to make separated plan for the leave-out lands because they have quite different living conditions from those of the land readjustment project area. Third, it is suggested that urban planning and architectural laws should pay attention to the leave-out lands to improve living conditions. It is also recommended that planning obligations for the leave out land should be imposed on land developers.