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Journal of the Korean housing association
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Volume 17, Issue 6 - Dec 2006
Volume 17, Issue 5 - Oct 2006
Volume 17, Issue 4 - Aug 2006
Volume 17, Issue 3 - Jun 2006
Volume 17, Issue 2 - Apr 2006
Volume 17, Issue 1 - Feb 2006
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A Study on the Housing Choice Behavior of Residents the Plan of Apartment in New Housing Area, Ulsan
Kim Sun-Joong ; Kwon Myung-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 4, 2006, Pages 1~13
The purpose of the study was to identify the level of housing choice behavior by using the factors of residential satisfaction level, mobility motivation, and housing needs of potential purchasers in Bukgu New Housing Area, Ulsan. The survey used questionnaire from 326 households living in Bukgu and nearby area and analyzed using descriptive statistics. The research results showed low degree of residential satisfaction in storage space and neighborhood. The mobility motivations were improvement of physical environment improvement, education environment, walking road, view and lighting. The housing needs for indoor spaces showed to want more functional arrangement than the room size. The housing needs for outdoor spaces showed to want neighborhood environment in connection with the education or hospital facilities, the welfare facilities for pre-kindergarten children and elders and the leisure facilities. And the housing needs for facilities were floor furnishing for health, crime prevention system for safety needs, housekeeping appliance against environmental pollution, additional function for energy saving. The housing needs for common spaces showed that the residents preferred playing facilities by age group, exercise facilities, the community hall and the rest room which can do games or meetings.
Dementia Units' Architectural Features in the Metropolitan Area
Cho Young-Hang ; Lyou Joung-Woo ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 4, 2006, Pages 15~24
The purpose of this study is to unveil the characteristics of residential space organizations in dementia units. Observation, interview, and drawing analysis of the sample units were used to collect the data for new dementia unit plans. The findings revealed the lack of minimum requirement of residential spaces per person in some sample units, the necessity of consideration of group units, and the change of units based plans to each floor based plans. However, insufficient recreation rooms and the lack of caregivers' resting spaces in the sample units were uncovered. Thus, various recreation rooms such as a reading room, flower room, pottery room, bakery room, or game room should be provided in the sample units. The conclusion is that asylum oriented residential types should be changed to each floor based units having privacy and high satisfaction of residential life. The study of floor oriented residential units focusing on minimum spaces of the floor, space numbers, number of elderly persons on each floor should be studied in the near future.
A Basic Study on the Uniformity of Apartment Dwelling and Handling Measure
Choi Jung-Min ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 4, 2006, Pages 25~36
The aim of this paper is to study on the background and the reasons of the uniformity of housing type and planning, and to find ways of coping with the related problems, focusing on the uniformity of apartment housing and it's excessive typical planning. In this process, I try to take suggestive hints from the case of Japan which already made an issue of uniformity of housing type and promoted the handling measure for the problem in a national level. The result includes that supplied apartment housing in Korea occupies about 80% of total housing supply each year, and the reasons for the increased apartment housing supply are attributed to many interactive influence factors. One of the influence factors is ascribed to mass housing system where many academic theories have supported the system under the interdisciplinary cooperation. In the case of Japan too many supplied condominium housing provoked the uniformity problem, however, the establishment of HOPE plan and a special association board oriented to the study of regional housing planning under Architectural Institute of Japan have considerably relaxed the uniformity problem.
A study on the Residential Satisfaction and Demands for the Comprehensive Apartment Improvement Planning
Yoon Chung-Sook ; Kim Soo-Jeong ; Shin Soo-Young ; Kim Suk-Kyung ; Abrams Robin F. ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 4, 2006, Pages 37~46
The primary purpose of this study is to provide the managerial guidelines for the comprehensive apartment improvement planning. This plan will consider the time-serial apartment management plan. Through a questionnaire survey, residential satisfactions and demands on apartment units, apartment building and site amenities were investigated. Based on the statistical analysis, residents' demands were assessed. The resident groups were categorized into the three groups considering the apartments' life span where they were living. The results from the statistical analysis were finally compared with the long-term apartment management plan demonstrated in the Housing Code of the Ministry of Construction and Transportation. The major findings of this study were as follows. First, residential satisfaction on the equipments in apartment units was higher than that on the unit plans. Residents' satisfaction on the communal facilities in apartment sites was lower than that on the other factors. Thus, apartment unit plans and communal facilities in sites need to be improved. Second, though we had the three residents' groups, for the results of the residential satisfaction, the groups were divided into two groups: 'less than 10 years group'and 'over than 10 years group'. Considering the residents' demands for the apartment improvement according to the life span of apartment complexes, the habitability factor was demanded by 'the less than 10 years group' and the safety factor by 'the over than 10 years group'. Compared the residents' demands for apartment improvements with the long-term apartment management plan demonstrated in the Housing Code, the improvement cycles demanded by residents were shorter than those in the code. Thus, the management plan in the code should be reconsidered.
Physical Aspects and Community Conditions of 'Dagagu' Housing and Tenant's Perception of the Quality of Housing
Kim Mi-Hee ; Lee Kyung-Rhee ; Kim Young-Joo ; Chae Hye-Won ; Kim Jin-Hwa ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 4, 2006, Pages 47~55
As a new way of stabilizing the housing for the urban poor, the Korean government proposed 'Dagagu' Housing Purchase and Public Rental Program (DPPRP) and implemented a pilot program in 2004. The purpose of this study was to find out whether DPPRP could be an alternative measure to solve the housing problems facing the urban poor. Physical aspects and community conditions of 'Dagagu' housing purchased by the government will be evaluated. The changes in the tenants' perception of the quality of housing after moving in the current dwellings will be studied. 46 households were temporarily selected, who moved in the purchased public rental housing in 5 districts (DPPRP pilot area). And among them, 32 households were designated as the final subjects, which could do the interview. The surveyors made door-to-door visits to tenants' houses and conducted in-depth interview by using a questionnaire The effects of 'Dagagu' Housing Purchase and Public Rental Program can be summarized according to housing environment aspects and economic aspects as follows: After moving in the public rental housing, the respondents saw improvements in overall housing environment and were satisfied with the current housing. According to a survey on the rental fee before and after moving in public rental housing, the rental fee of the latter had greatly declined. Given that the quality of previous housing was inferior to the current housing, the lessened rental burden was very meaningful.
Survey Research Regarding the characteristic of the Retirement House in Mountain Village of Shikoku - Focusing on Ochiai area in Higashiiyayama-son in Tokushima Prefecture of Japan
Park Chan ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 4, 2006, Pages 57~64
This research is the survey result of the retirement house in Ochiai area that is a famous as mountain village of Japan. This area is being formed in a steep slope and be arranged the building long a side along the contour line. As for the plan type of a main house 'the middle bedroom three-madori(bay) type' and 'the parallel two madori(bay) type' occupy many. As for in the retirement custom of Ochiai area the independence family style (separation/ separate meal/separate household economy) is a principle and a parents family builds the retirement house and move out. The plan. of the retirement house is two-room type of 'Omote(public room) and Uchi(kitchen and living room)' and agree with the plane prototype 'plan constitution of a necessary minimum' of farmhouse of this area. The reconstruction that the retirement house is remodeled handily with a main home, especially intend the convenience of the life such as a kitchen and toilet has been done. The retirement custom has been succeeded thoroughly until recent years in this area. However, this traditional custom is seeing the end, without there is the successor of a main house with depopulation.
A Study on the Deterioration Patterns of Building Components in the Rental Apartment Housing
Lee Kang-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 4, 2006, Pages 65~72
Most of buildings have been deteriorated with time-elapse by reflection of the building location, material, environmental circumstances and so on. The performance would go down and be demolished if anything could not be done after constructed. The maintenance should be required to preserve a decent living condition or improve a inferior condition by various plans and practices. The maintenance plan needs various data such as a repair scope, a repair time, a forecasted cost, a plan of management and so forth. Among the above required data for planning the maintenance, the deterioration characteristics of the building components would be first analyzed. The deterioration pattern would be a key role to affect and make a maintenance plan. In this paper, it aimed at classifying the deterioration patterns of building components. A deterioration pattern would be analyzed between the cumulative repair cost and time-elapse and modeled with these relations. A deterioration patterns are classified into 4 types-a accelerated type, a straight type, a temporary type and a slowly type. As a result of this research, a accelerated type includes window, window frame, general paintings, general water proofing in building components. A straight type includes the lacquer paintings, furnishings in building components and water supply pipe, boiler, sanitaries in mechanical facilities and lighting in electric facilities. Based on these research results, further study should be conducted to include any other components and an estimating model.
Provision for Later Life and Needs for Elderly Housing According to Cognitional Attitude about Elderly Housing
Kim Sang-Hee ; Lee Eun-Mee ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 4, 2006, Pages 73~81
The aim of this study is to clarify the provision for later life and needs for elderly housing according to the cognitional attitude about the elderly housing. 420 middle aged who lived in Kyungnam area were responded to self-questionnaire. Two groups are divided by the cognitional attitude about the elderly housing, one is positive group and the other is negative. The positive group is higher monthly income, upper college school career and apartment housing types. Economic means to provide for their later life are an insurance, a saving, a pension etc. The positive group is willing to do higher economic expenses for elderly housing in downtown or suburban area. And the positive group prefers rental with a deposit to ownership type for residing elderly housing.
A Study on the Characteristics of Planning within Each Type of Multi-Family Housing
Choi Moo-Hyun ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 4, 2006, Pages 83~91
Although the large supply of multi-family housings played a very important role in forming the urban structure and allocation of functions, and also enhanced the whole level of housing environment, it caused several problems relating to physical form such as isolation of housing estate, inhumanity of the exterior space, and mismatch with the urban structure. To handle these problems, the purpose of this study is to analyse design elements which have a direct impact on physical forms, thereby understand the characteristics of planning. Therefore design elements are reformed into respective analyzing indices. This study analyzes design elements based on analysing indices. Thus, several important results were found from the Factor Analysis and after classifying housing estates into several types, the study found the characteristics of planning within each type of housing estates.
A Study of Appropriateness of Space in Multi-Family Housing
Yang Seh-Wa ; Oh Chan-Ohk ; Kim Suk-Tae ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 4, 2006, Pages 93~100
The purpose of the study was to analyze the appropriateness of space in multi-family housing by examining the current conditions of space, space norms and deficits, satisfaction with and needs for the spaces of individual rooms. The data came from the survey with 412 households living in Haeundae New Town, Busan and were analyzed with descriptive statistics. The appropriateness of space were mainly investigated in terms of housing size, number of bedrooms, and number of bathrooms. In terms of current space conditions, the highest portion of the households live in apartments with
pyong, 3 bedrooms, and 2 bathrooms. It was found that the space norms included housing with
pyong, 3 bedrooms, and 2 bathrooms. Households in current study tended to have some space deficits, especially in housing size and number or bathrooms. In general, the satisfaction with the current space of individual rooms were generally low except living room and master bedroom. It was also found that the households were more likely to make the second biggest bedroom bigger than now. The stages of family life cycle has significant effects on needs for the spaces of several rooms, such as dining room, room2, and room3.
Comparison on the Economical Efficiency of the Multiple Glazed Windows According to Life Cycle Costing of an Officetel Model Building
Jung Gun-Joo ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 4, 2006, Pages 101~109
The purpose of this study was to suggest ways on reducing the cooling and heating energy cost of the officetel building with the multiple glazing windows according to Life Cycle Costing. This study consisted of an hour-by hour energy simulation program and further data from the EnergyPlus V1-2-2 to the four pane type windows that were applied with 2 low-e polyester film and krypton gas to the officetel model building. It was determined that the four panes type windows that had 2 low-e polyester film and krypton gas applied to, them showed a cooling and heating cost reduction over traditional double glazed windows that were filled with air. According to this study, as well as the information from chart 4.5 and the LCC it was determined that the present value of the four panes of windows that had 2 low-e polyester film and krypton gas applied to them showed. a 11.4% reduction in heating and cooling in comparison to the traditional double glazed windows that were filled with air.
The Study on the Indoor Air Quality in a Newly Built Apartment Rouse by Field Measuring
Lee Kyung-Hee ; Bae Jong-Soo ; Cho Sung-Woo ; Park Min-Yong ; Park Chang-Sub ; Choi Jeong-Min ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 4, 2006, Pages 111~117
The harmfulness of HCHO and VOCs from construction material and furniture has been increased gradually. It must be need to prevent pollution materials' accumulation indoor effectively and to remove very small amount of harmful pollution materials in various plans, because these kinds of pollution materials greatly affect human body, Therefore, this study is focused to find out the improvements of Indoor Air Quality in execution of natural ventilation and bakeout to reduce indoor chemical pollution materials or not. After effects of indoor air quality by natural ventilation and bake-out being examined, it is follows the conclusion. As for the density change of TVOC and Toluene according to time lapse, in case the middle and high-story areas have bake-out, the density increased once, but it showed the gradual decrease after bake-out was stopped, and it was shown that it exceeded the standards recommended for newly built apartment. The bake-out is effective to discharge the HCHO and TVOC from the construction material and the furniture, and the natural ventilation is effective remove the indoor pollution materials.
A Study on Characteristics of the Scenes to Visual-Perceptual of Apartment Complex - Focused on The main node Area in Urban district of The city of Cheon-an
Yang Dae-Nam ; Lee Gwang-Young ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 4, 2006, Pages 119~130
Apartment houses, the representative type of urban housing, are becoming an important element in Korea urban landscape. In this regard, this study aims to consider landscape in view of city residents reflecting human's visual perceptual characteristic, and in line with this, the urban landscape of apartment houses viewed from the urban center main intersections has been embodied according to the physical components of the intersections, which was followed by preference survey of the city residents, and then based on this, the visual-perceptual characteristics were examined. The findings are as follows: 1. The findings gained from the average of the landscape types indicate that the city residents are more satisfied when the shielding by surrounding buildings is minimized, view securing is relatively good, the whole complex is clearly observed because of its proximity to the visual point, and the view of the complex is well recognized from the focus point. 2. The examination concerning the preferred factors positively evaluated in terms of architectural planning shows that when the complex view is changeable sophisticated, makes the residents feel comfortable with its stable, open plan, and it's in harmony with surroundings, such housing attracts the city residents. 3. In terms of architectural planning factors, it turned out that the complex is more preferred when the visibility of the complex and the scale of surrounding green space are in good condition, and such elements of the complex as the sky line, the overall shape, the elevation, variation of the shape and height are harmonious with one another.
Issues on Articles Covering Outstanding Management of Apartment Complexes - Content Analysis of Newspaper Reports with Lexical Statistics -
Choi Jung-Min ; Kang Soon-Joo ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 4, 2006, Pages 131~143
Nowadays, diverse mass media discovers and introduces outstanding management cases of apartment complexes to induce vital competitions of constructors and active participation of residents to apartment management. This study statistically analyzed the management issues of outstanding apartment complexes that have been introduced by mass media with lexical criteria to examine the characteristics of their exemplary management. The key issues of outstanding apartment management are summarized as: efficient management of convenient facilities for residents, community activities based on residents' participation, and maintenance of pleasant living environments through transparent management. Also, the result of the relation arrangement of co-occurrence word from a Social Network Analysis included three key concepts of multi-family housing management - Maintenance Management, Operating Management, and Community Life Management - with emphasis on 'residents' and 'apartment complexes.' However, Operating Management was relatively deemphasized.
A Design Direction for Residential Space under Ubiquitous Environment
Yoon Ki-Byung ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 4, 2006, Pages 145~153
Ubiquitous space can be described as a combined space of physical space and digital space. Ubiquitous space possesses new possibilities by combining the two. The concept of ubiquitous home will bring new changes in residential space design. First of all, it makes possible for more convenient and secure home. It has to be developed along with city and town level changes as ubiquitous environment. Secondly, concept of extended space as an extension of living space becomes possible by linking with outside spaces. Thirdly, as consumer requirements for residential spaces will become more versatile by social changes, ubiquitous home can be a good means to meet these versatile consumer requirements by accommodating concept of multi-functional space and flexible space. It is quite important to predict user requirements in rapidly changing social environment and versatile personal inclinations. Instead of POE methodology which can analyze and evaluate in exiting types of designs, storytelling methodology can be used to predict and direct for future requirements of living. The methodology makes scenarios of space usage for future living and extracts design requirements for the living. The concept of intelligent space has to be introduced. It is different from digital home that only accomodate digital devices in space. In intelligent space, space itself has to be recognized as an identity that interacts human directly. Intelligent space recognize human requirements and control digital devices as a response. Multi-functional space is closely related with intelligent space that can changes for business, entertainments as well as for rests by user requirements instantly. Flexible space that also intends to meet requirements of mobility and versatility can be attained through the integration of digital technology into current physical mobile systems. Interaction design becomes integral part for ubiquitous space design along with physical design. For the residential space design, digital illiteracy has to be considered for interaction design. Instead of the concept of passive existence, space itself has to be recognized as active subsistence that reacts with human. Intuitive and natural interaction for human will be a key design element for space-human interface design.
A Research on the Management Condition of Group Homes for the Elderly and Their Living Environment
Kim Hyun-Jin ; An Ok-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 4, 2006, Pages 155~163
To investigate the actual management condition of group homes for the elderly and their living environment, four group homes and 26 elderly people living in the group home were surveyed. As the results, the relationships between the administrator and the elderly were acceptable, but the group homes seem suffer from insufficient administrative supports. The most required service in the group homes was a conversational partner service. Moreover, the most satisfactory point for the elderly living in group homes was the settlement of food, clothing, and housing. The unsatisfactory things were the service related to medical, leisure, and house work and an invasion of their private life. The resident elderly in group homes were fully satisfied with their living environment including the relationship with the manager and the people in the facility. They, however, do not have much chance to make an exchange with their neighbor. Overall, the elderly want to stay continuously in the group homes where they are living current.