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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 Basement Residential Planning of Consider the Outdoor Environment
Kwon Hwang-Soo ; Lee Min-Sup ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 4, 2005, Pages 1~7
In this study aim at searching for the basement residential planning of considering outdoor spaces. It look after research results, there should be necessary for the inflow of outdoor environment factors. This basement planning is core's area expending, or installing expended dry areas and acquiring side open spaces, installing arcades, installing atrium or court yard, utilizing maisonette spaces, activating pilotis on ground floors, openning main hall, earth sheltering method, etc. These should be improvement for easy step to change basement floors easily through underground floor extend, major repair, use change of present buildings and needs to the idea through architectural design competition.
Preference of Residential Environment According to the Situation of Old Age of Pre-Elderly
Cho, Sung-Heui ; Lee, Tae-Kyung ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 4, 2005, Pages 9~16
The purpose of this study was to suggest the basic material of elderly housing complex development by examining the preferred residential environmental characteristics of the elderly housing complexes according to the situation of old age of the pre-elderly. The study was conducted assuming eight different situations of old age according to health conditions, couple living conditions, and economic conditions. The subject is the pre-elderly who want to live in the elderly housing complexes in the future is unlike other studies, so the result of their preferred residential environmental characteristics would be more concrete and reliable. In general, the preferred residential environmental characteristics of the elderly housing complex change with the situation of old age. This suggests various elderly housing should be considered as the situation of old age develops.
The Residents' Needs for Establishing Direction Korean Rural Viewscape Houses
Choi Byoung-Sook ; Ryo Ok-Soon ; Oh Chan-Ohk ; Park Yoon-Ho ; Chon Young-Mi ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 4, 2005, Pages 17~28
The purpose of this study was to find out the residents' needs fur rural houses and to suggest the policy directions for developing Korean rural viewscape houses. The subjects were 386 houses and residents. They were selected according to accessibility, area characteristics, administrative district, and village types. The data were collected by using the interview and observation method based on the questionnaire. By analyzing the residents' needs for rural houses, the following conclusions were derived: 1) In order to preserve the rural characteristic, the government should lead to establish the yard space and the exterior design factors such as wall material and color, and the shape, material, and color of roof. 2) At the same time, the government should provide the residents with the subsidy for house improvement, so that they can build the desirabe size of house and the aged remodel their houses. 3) The contemporary design model of rural Han-ok should be developed and built. 4) The new rural house model improving roof design should be developed, because present houses with slab roofs and skirt roofs spoil the harmony with the rural natural environment. 5) The direction of rural houses for viewscape was defined as to satisfy residents' needs for convenient housing lift and to harmony visual and physical factors - building form, material and color - involving Korean rural housing culture.
A Study on the Design Elements Comparison of Environmental-Friendly Apartment Housing
Ryu Ji-Won ; Jung Eung-Ho ; Kim Dae-Wuk ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 4, 2005, Pages 29~35
The present study was compared and discussed with focus on the evaluation for the Importance Level of Design Elements and the Case Study Designing with respect to Environmental-Friendly Apartment Housing. It was examined that there were some differences between the result of Importance Level and the suggested details from Case Study. From the result of Importance Level, evaluation was highly given on the planned principles regarding effective utilization of landuse, ecological principle and reflection of varities, while from the result of Case Study on the planned principles regarding health of residents and amenity. Accordingly the present development method and the fundamental understanding on Environmental -Fiendly Apartment housing should be changed on the basis of the results as above.
A Study on the Characteristics of the Super High-Rise Housing Complex in Hong Kong
Kim Sung-Hwa ; Lee Jae-Hoon ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 4, 2005, Pages 37~44
The purpose of this study is to analyze the typological characteristics of super high-rise housings in Hong Kong. The results are as follows; 1) Most of the plan types of the residential building in Hong Kong are tower types and they show lots of curves on the external resident blocks so that each resident families can face maximum open air. 2) Each residential unit is arranged symmetrically and systematically around the central core. 3) The most of core types are central core types which are usually planned to place void light well to improve lighting and ventilation. 4) Rooms are arranged in line from entrance to kitchen, to living & dinning room, and finally bedroom and bathroom. Dinning area is arranged together with living area. 5) At least, more than two sides of the each unit were facing the open air; one side is for the view from a bedroom or a livingroom, the other side is for the ventilation of a kitchen or a bathroom.
A Study on the Collage's Concept Represented in Mies' Architecture Based upon Barcelona Pavilion and Tugendhat House
Jo, Seung-Koo ; Lee, Byung-Wook ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 4, 2005, Pages 45~55
The cubist collagists proposed radically different ideas about the nature of order, and about the nature of artistic space. The collage substitutes an order which is constructed on relationships for the more rigid order of traditional art. Collage presents new theories of communication with the viewer, of relationships and of signs. This paper is an investigation of these ideas and how they have been applied to Mies Van der Rohe's making of architecture: Barcelona Pavilion and Tugendhat house. Collage in Mies' works has been executed in a limited manner. In Mies' works, one can begin to recognize some basic traits of collage. Textures, forms, and fragments begin to interact with each other and exploit those principles of contrast and juxtaposition that give collage a value as an expressive medium. Many of the formal aspects of collage are readily apparent in much of the work which we see around use today, but we should look at the attitudes and beliefs upon which collage is built for a further understanding of how its principles can be applied.
A Study on the Adaptation of 'YURAGI theory' of Wall Covering
Park Chan-Don ; Kim Byeong-Joo ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 4, 2005, Pages 57~64
The purpose of this paper is to find out and to show that the probability of the adaption of YURAGI theory of wall covering in interior design. By using personal computer, visible image of wall covering is inputted to a computer program as 'bmp' file, Windows bitmap file format, for Fourier transform. The evaluation indexes such as 'Map', 'YURAGI coefficient', 'Rest error', and 'Linearity' are defined to display the analytical result. The result of this study is shown by visual image and numerical value. As a result of this paper, we can understand that the psychological evaluations about wall coverings are different according to the YURAGI coefficient which came out by fluctuation analysis method as YURAGI theory. So, now we are able to know that the adaptation of YURAGI theory is very useful at psychological evaluation about wall covering.
An Experiment on Lighting Environment for some Behavior in Housing
Lee Sun-Young ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 4, 2005, Pages 65~71
The present study performed subjective evaluation experiments using slides and scale down models in order to propose guidelines for lighting environment desirable for each behavior in the house. The evaluation measure was composed of 20 mood items and 15 behavior items. As for experiment methods, the slide experiment used SD method, and the scale down model experiment used Scheffe's paired comparison. The results of this study are as follows. 1) Desirable lighting environment for working and talking is active atmosphere. 2) Lighting environment desirable far relaxation is to heighten lighting contrast using candescent lamps and local lights. In other words, active atmosphere, which is desirable for working and talking, is not desirable for relaxation. 3) Lighting for working requires bright illuminance and high color temperature(6000k). 4) Lighting for relaxation requires somewhat low brightness regardless of color temperature. If the light is bright it is better to use lamps of low color temperature. 5) for conversation, bright illuminance is more desirable than dark one, and the most adequate color temperature is 4000K.
Solving the Problems Caused by Stack Effect in a High-rise Residential Building through Field Measurement and Simulation; Case Study
Koo Sung-Han ; Jo Jae-Hun ; Yeo Myoung-Souk ; Kim Kwang-Woo ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 4, 2005, Pages 73~80
A high-rise residential building experienced stack effect problems during the winter such as difficulties in opening residential entrance doors and whistling noise from elevator doors generated by airflow. Field measurements were carried out on the building and the problems were verified by the analysis of the measurement results from three points of view: the total stack pressure difference, pressure distribution on each floor, and the location of the neutral pressure level. Based on the analysis of the three key parameters, possible solutions were proposed, such as zoning vertical shafts, lessening the airflow from the entrance doors on basement floors and lobby floor by installing vestibules, improving the airtightness of exterior walls, and installing separation doors where the problems occur. Simulations of proposed solutions were conducted and the effects of reducing the pressure difference were evaluated. Stack effect problems in a high-rise residential building were verified through field measurements and could be mitigated by the solutions which were drawn from the analysis of the field measurements and the simulation results.
A Study on the Condensation Performance of Curtain-wall Window in High-Rise Residential Building
Seok Ho-Tae ; Chung Man-Seok ; Kwak Hyun-Chul ; Kwon Jong-Wook ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 4, 2005, Pages 81~89
The purpose of this thesis is thermal performance simulation about various type that can apply in the high-rise residential building to estimate condensation performance of window that is consisted of frame and glazing in curtain wall. The result of this thesis are summarized as follows. First, condensation occurrence point when relative humidity is
is shortest Low-e double glass. Difference by type of gas and spacer was a little by
cm, among it, the case that apply krypton in gas and the case that apply double seal in spacer were less condensation occurrence distribution. Second, when analyzed improved proposal of window and existing plan through simulation, improved proposal is superior from general side of the interior and exterior temperature, thermal break surrounding temperature and temperature of frame end, condensation occurrence point etc. Therefore, if it was used improved proposal with effect that improve in curtain wall of high-rise residential building, it may improve window condensation performance of curtain wall.
A Study on the Spatial Structure of the Myonangjong through the Analysis on Poetry
Chung Young-chul ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 4, 2005, Pages 91~100
This study aims to find the architectural concepts of Song-Sun and the spatial structure of the Myonangjong through kasa, sijo, and Chinese poems. He considered his place as a ideal place to dwell a secluded life which is surrounded by mountains, and opened to a field in front. That places is connected with geomancy or Feng Sui, and he attached great importance to placeness of the Myonangjong as a pavilion. As his place was called 'tyoro samgan', his place should be simple, and that was harmonized with nature. He regarded his place as a part of the outside space and its surrounding nature. As the pen name of Myonangjong shows that his way of life is very pure so he need not disgrace against the earth and the sky, he considered his building as a place of embodying the Confucian great law of heaven and earth. Myonangjong has a concentric circle structure of the scenery which is viewed panoramically along with the visual direction.
A Study on the Calculation of Ventilation Rate in Apartment House according to VOCs and HCHO Substances of Building Material and Furniture
Choi Jeong-Min ; Park Jin-Seok ; Son Young-Hwan ; Park Chang-Sub ; Park Min-Yong ; Lee Kyung-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 4, 2005, Pages 101~108
Because of the airtightness of building, misuse of building materials and abuse of furniture, indoor air pollution problems have been increasingly concerned especially with apartment buildings. To improve the IAQ(Indoor Air Quality) in apartment building, this study was aimed at analyzing the factor of interior building material and furniture and calculating the ventilation rate of living room and bed room according to the surface area of interior building material and furniture in terms of VOCs(Volatile Organic Compounds) and HCHO(Formaldehyde). The results of this study are as follows; 1) In the concerned rooms, the living room has less pollution emission rate L(surface area/volume) than that of the bed room but, the living room needs more ventilation rate than that of the bed room because of built-in furniture in terms of VOCs and HCHO. 2) Built-in interior furniture is very important factor in IAQ problems of apartment building, but until now there is no provision about the built-in furniture, so that the provision must be regulated to control the IAQ. 3) To control the IAQ problem, the effective ventilation plans must be established according to the required ventilation rate by means of natural or mechanical ventilation method.
Analysis on Consumers' Value about Environmentally-Friendly Interior Finishing Material by Analytic Hierarchy Process
Chun Chung-Yoon ; Kim Kyung-Hee ; Kim Hyo-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 4, 2005, Pages 109~120
The purpose of this study is to find out the Consumers' value about Environmentally-Friendly Interior Finishing Material and to provide essential data for the development of realistic environmentally-friendly material also in compliance with the requirement of consumer. The questionnaire inquiry used of Analytic Hierarchy Process was carried out for both designers and common housewives to characterize the main demanding stratums for interior finishing goods in October, 2004. The results were summarized as follows; The interior finishing materials regarded as important in residential space were by the order of Wood Floor for Ondol, Wall Paper, Emulsion Paint; Environmentally-Friendly Wall Paper appeared its value of 1.56 times than Ordinary Wall Paper, in the same case of Emulsion Paint is at 1.63 times, Wood Floor at 2.12 times, respectively. Besides, as the result of correlation and regression analysis, they preferred to environmentally-friendly property by the nearer women, the nearer larger incomes, the nearer highly educated, and the nearer non-experts (housewives).
A Study on the Architectural Design Method for ]Remodeling Vitalization of Apartment Rouses - Based on the Systematization of Emotion-Information for Multi-Dimensional Module Composition of the Unit household -
Jung Moo-Woong ; Lee Chan-Yong ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 4, 2005, Pages 121~129
The major goal of this study is drawing design plan factors considering residents' life cycle and life style when remodeling design is needed. By drawing such design factors, the study will propose an alternative remodeling design plan. Such design method was defined as Multi-Dimensional module design method. And constructing data-system based on Multi-Dimensional module was secondary goal in this study. The details are as follows: Based on analysis of Residents' demand for remodeling and features of emotion-design applied to remodeling, the system which is suitable for application in remodeling design method was conducted. Based on the type of construction materials, the level value was set up according to emotion-factor application. Also, by conducting coding operation according to the distinction of construction materials, this study seeks the unit drawing method of information for constructing emotion-information system.