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Journal of the Korean housing association
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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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The Study on the Modeling Development of Dwelling House of Islands in the Future Based on the Insularity and the Factor of Traditional Culture
Kim Ji-Min ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 5, 2005, Pages 1~12
This paper is architectural paper which has been studied about residential culture of Southwestern Island from 18C to now. It's main object is suggest a new residential type. Contents of research is 1, to survey a history and a cultural environment of island. 2. to survey and rearrange residence(traditional, modem) which has been built from the past to the present, and establish a history of residence and a theory. 3. to search for architectural space, shape(form), and architectural community, etc. which can be continued. 4. to suggests ideal future residence type of islands. Effectiveness of Research is 1. This study suggests a new theory and a new method to the field of residential science, especially to the residence of island area. 2. In this study, traditional theory of residence be reflected in the modern architectural design.
Consumers' Perception on and Need for Digital Home
Cho, Ji-Yeun ; Lee, Yeun-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 5, 2005, Pages 13~19
It is estimated that 2.25 million households accounting for
of total households will have home networking in 2025. As the need for intelligence and sustainability of residential environment has been increasing, the growing demand for intelligent house is obvious. The purpose of this study was to investigate the perception of consumers on digital home and their needs. A web-survey was conducted and the survey participants were limited to residents living in housing built after 2003. A total of 120 responses were used for data analysis. The images of digital home were categorized into environmental friendliness, convenience, and sophistication. Also the respondents showed the strong need for functions of digital home such as safety from emergency and entertainment.
A Study on the Architectural Characteristics of the Jeju Province Recreational Pension
Kim Bong-Ae ; Jeong Byeol-Ah ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 5, 2005, Pages 21~27
The purpose of this study is to prepare desirable recreational pension facilities system in compliance with various characteristics of each region and to help establish policies regarding recreational pension facilities. This research is carried out by an on site inspection and the survey of the management of the recreation facilities. Jeju recreational pensions have the following characteristics : The site area is
, the number of guest rooms are
, and the area of the guest rooms are
. In addition, most of them are built with R.C. structure and the exteriors are made of artificial stones. As for plot plan, it has 5 types of prototype : type of outbuilding, arranging in a row, corridor, hall, and the composition of the other types. Although Jeju recreational pension were institutionalized to satisfy the functions as tourism recreations, they don't reflect the unique characteristics of Jeju province.
Characteristics of Consumers' Purchasing Behavior and Conscious : Focused on Condominium Housing in Japan
Choi Jung-Min ; Kang Soon-Joo ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 5, 2005, Pages 29~38
Recently there has been an apparent paradigm shift in housing market towards customer oriented approach. In the midst of increasing competition, there is indeed a need to better understand of customers, and to quickly respond to their individual needs and wants. In this background, this paper aims to show a scientific marketing approach in housing industries, and to provide general information on Japanese condominium housing market in terms of a brief historical overview and recent market situation. Results include that there exists an about twenty year time lag in the start of condominium housing supply in the private sector between Korea and Japan. Besides, more efforts should be paid to the diversity or locality of the supplied housing type or design, especially condominium apartments in Korea compared to those of Japan. Among others this paper emphasized on illustrating the actual applications of analysis on consumers' purchasing behavior and latent conscious coupled with some statistical techniques, which may lead marketers or decision makers to forecast more accurate customers demands.
Contents Analysis on the Characteristics of Living Environmental Design in Facilities for the Elderly with Dementia, USA
Byun Hea-Ryung ; Yoon Young-Sun ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 5, 2005, Pages 39~48
The purpose of this study was to analyze environment-behavior concepts included in environmental design characteristics of facilities for elderly with dementia. Major method was contents analysis of actual environmental designs. For comparison between the environment-behavior concepts and actual cases, an analytical framework was developed. Eleven cases of facilities designed for people with dementia were analyzed. Those were published ones in periodicals in USA. The analytical data used included floor plans, texts, and visual materials including photographs. Under the framework for analysis, a total of 296 criteria were used to analyze the actual cases of environmental design. This study was expected to offer a knowledge base for better environmental design for elderly with dementia and to help establish guidelines for designing such facilities which can meet the cultural characteristics and traditional conditions of Korea.
A Study on the Change and the Hint of Public Reverse Mortgage System in Japan
Yoo Seon-Jong ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 5, 2005, Pages 49~56
This study will focus on status and structure of Japanese public reverse mortgage that has been changed since 1980. Especially, on newly introduced long-term supporting system for living fund after 2003. Private housing construction companies studied preceding cases of real estate products with reverse mortgage theory and also induced learning point from the change of Japanese public reverse mortgage market. From this on the purpose of this study is suggesting a better plan for successful reverse mortgage introduction in Korea. The data and articles of Japanese reverse mortgage are used for this study, also reverse mortgage related data are collected from web-site and research reports from the inside and outside of the country. From the total postal survey in September, 2004, the system contents after Year 2003 are described here. As described above, reverse mortgage is a way to support public social pension system and expected to play an important role as an assisting method for stable housing and supporting living cost to the aged. Eventually, it is necessary to find a way for introducing a public reverse mortgage as a welfare system for low income people.
A Study on the Physical Feature of Cohousing Projects in Denmark and Sweden
Han Min-Jeong ; Choi Jung-Shin ; Lee Sang-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 5, 2005, Pages 57~66
Korea has experienced serious changes during the last several decades of industrialization. Limited land resources and excessive rural-to-urban migration inevitably resulted high-rise apartment housing development. However, apartment housing couldn't follow up social change and residents' needs. Turning into the 21st century, there are great demands for the diversification of housing style and amenity of housing, which include enhancing community lift through proper collective environment. To solve these problems, cohousing has been introduced in Scandinavian countries. A primary goal of cohousing is the desire of residents to live in a socially supportive setting. People can do housework together and also can promote active mutual relationship among residents in the community. Physical feature of cohousing, in combination with social organization factors, may serve to enhance or support the sense of community sought by residents. In this point of view, the purpose of this study is to find out the physical feature of cohousing in Denmark and Sweden. First, it is to figure out the background and development of cohousing in Denmark and Sweden. Then, by making clear physical features between similarity and difference of two countries of cohousing through case study; such as housing type, the circulation patterns, common facilities and etc. This paper could suggest a possibility of application of cohousing in Korea to present how they encourage emphasize design aspects that increase the possibilities for social contacts and the sense of community. Also, it goes on to suggest that the educational program and the support from the government.
A Study on the Service life of the Building Components in the Apartment Housing
Lee Kang-Hee ; Chang Jung-Hee ; Chae Chang-U ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 5, 2005, Pages 67~74
The performance of building should be deteriorated with time while the building would maintain and manage the function and performance to get a living condition. For the efficient maintenance of the building, the repair cycle would be provided and applied during the service-life time. The service-life time of the building components would be needed to determine the repair time and the repair scope. The service-life time of the building components would be calculated with the 1st repair time and the recovery rate of the performance, considering the recovery rate after repaired. In this paper, the 1st repair time would be estimated with the normal probability distribution, choice probability and 3rd quadratic function. The recovery rate of the building components assumes various level according to the research target and utility area. The results of this study are as follows ; first, most of the components of the building work would range about 30 years in the service-life time and the components of the mechanical works range from 28 years to 37 years, those of the electrical works would be about 31 years.
Dynamism of Lived Space in the Light of Intuitive Experiential Contents
Kim, Young-Chul ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 5, 2005, Pages 75~81
The purpose of this study is to shed light on the field dynamics of 'lived space' in the light of our intuitive experiential contents by way of investigating three properties of space. While finding inspirations in the field theory of modern physics, investigation of our intuitive responses to the physical and spatial environment leads us to a coherent view of matter and space. We find then that our lived world is more than a system of inert matter; it is a dynamic environment of life in which feeling and mood, spiritual meaning and value, are perpetually infused with matter. Any concept of space, if it is to be meaningful to lift has to somehow acknowledge this fact. Empty space and matter cannot be conceived as mutually exclusive and independent as in classical physics. Rather they should be seen as two different manifestations of an underlying dynamism which permeates the world. The 'properties' of space can only be understood in terms of the 'impact' of material presence. The object cannot be seen as an isolated entity, but the 'conditioning' of its surrounding space has to be understood as an integral part of its being. Lived space can thus be viewed as an emotionally charged field, or a field of emotional energy, whose properties may be described in terms of concentration, mobility and resonance.
An Architectural Proposal of Nursing Home by Remodeling a Closed School
Moon Chang-Ho ; An Jong-Lak ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 5, 2005, Pages 83~90
This study aimed to examine the possibility of remodeled nursing home utilizing a closed school in Kunsan, where the number of closed schools increases and the ratio of elderly population grows. Major contents of research were understanding architectural characteristics of closed school and elderly housing in the sample area, and a suggestion of remodeling a closed school into nursing home. Conclusions can be summarized as follows; understanding the high ratio of elderly population and increases of closed schools in sample area, verification of overall possibility in remodeling a closed school into elderly facility, confirmation of availability in changing regular class room to residential rooms, and some proposals of principal points in floor planning - homelike atmosphere by small scaled residential units(10 persons), spatial hierarchy for residents' mental comfort, sliding door for accessibility, kitchen and dining space in residential unit for the residents' participation in houseworks.
A Study on the Analysis of Propagation Characteristics for Floor Impact Noise in Apartment Houses
Seok Ho-Tae ; Cho Kyung-Jae ; Cha Min-Chul ; Jae Sung-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 5, 2005, Pages 91~98
The purpose of this study is to analysis of propagation characteristics for floor impact noise in attendance upon investigating standard of insulation performance, measurement and evaluation, understanding characteristics of a measuring factor for floor impact noise in apartment houses. Four cases which was before occupied apartment in Daegu was selected for experiment. Floor impact noise of measurement and evaluation method which are specified in the Korea Standard 2810-1, 2810-2, 2863-1 and 2863-2 was selected for this study. As the result of this study, 1) Especially, there is not a difference for apartment size, but the apartment of 40py type is lower than 30py's about
for light-weighted and heavy weighted impact sound. 2) The floor impact sound insulation performance is similar about measurement location of the same floor structure. 3) The floor impact sound insulation performance is not a difference about the slab area
A Study on the Improvement of Architectural Administration Service Program
Hwang, Eun-Kyoung ; Moon, Soo-Yong ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 5, 2005, Pages 99~106
According the high growth of Korean economy, there are many changes in our life recently. As life quality is improved, the standard of construction is strengthen and subdivision. However, in many steps through which it passes until a building is planned, designed, constructed and completed, there are lots of problems among the law related architecture. Especially, there are many statutes which must be checked related to building permits and much wastes time and money in review because of overlapping laws related architecture. Furthermore, there are limitation of computerization and shortage of human power of administration in architecture. In this study, we propose six improvement programme of administration service in architecture. Through these program, civil applications like housing and economic condition could be improved consistently.
A Study on the Composition of the Transitional Space of the Mixed-Use Buildings
Kim Jin-Sook ; Ku Bon-Deok ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 5, 2005, Pages 107~116
This study focuses on the planning and actual use of the transitional spaces in the residential-commercial mixed-use buildings. The range of case study include from the year of 1960's to 2000. Through the case study and field survey, we can extract the elements of the transitional space and the problems of Mixed-Use building from the viewpoint of transitional space. According to the field survey, most of the residential-commercial mixed-use buildings contain the transitional space to some degree, but there need to be a more active planning method to secure the residential factors and for this reason, the application of the transitional space must be emphasized at a higher level.
Transition of Modern Urban Housing in France Focused on Common Space and Community Facilities
Lee Seung-Hee ; Yoo Uoo-Sang ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 16, issue 5, 2005, Pages 117~125
Since Mapo Apartment was introduced as a new urban housing type in the early sixties, apartment has been a typical urban housing in our country. In these days, according to various life-styles and new attitudes about the quality of life, apartment has been developed in various types like high rise residential complex and apartments with special themes. This study has been focused on the transition of modem urban housing in France. The origin of a word, apartment, has been defined and history of apartment in French urban life has been analyzed focusing on the common space and community facilities. Representative apartments in the 18th, 19th and 20th century were selected and comparatively analyzed. Especially in the 19th century, urban housing for working class had been a major concern among the communist and the bourgeoisie and has its own characteristics relative to each other. The characteristics shown in the apartment by the communist in France have been followed in the Korean apartments since 1960's, then the recent trends are rapidly changing in the housing market in Korea. Thus, the findings of this study can be very useful to understand the recent changes of diverse housing types in our society and also be very helpful to prospect our urban housing types in the future according to the changes of new lift styles.