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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 of the Children's Health in Super-Highrise Apartments
Paik, Hae-Sun ; Kang, In-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 6, 2006, Pages 1~8
Though super-highrise apartment buildings have become increasingly widespread, their negative effects on the residents have not been investigated sufficiently and practically in domestic situations. In particular, the foreign discussion on residential environment and the residents' health can not be applied domestically due to physical or cultural differences including physical residential space structure and life-style. Therefore, this research aims to investigate the inter-relationship between residence in super-highrise apartments and their residents' health, to reveal the problems which exist. for this purpose, a parental-response health evaluation - questionnaire on children's physical, emotional and behavioral characteristics was given to a total of 336 persons. The health of the children living in super-highrise apartments is evaluated to be good, and is related to what floor of the apartment building people live on. It is represented that the higher the story, the better the children's health. However, there is no meaningful difference according to various evaluation items including the frequency and type of disease, emotional health, behavioral characteristics, etc. Therefore, it cannot be said that children's health shows no meaningful differences depending on what floor they live on. The parents dwelling on higher floors of the building display a more careful educational attitude. This is because they feel anxious about the children's safety as shown by the fact they live on higher stories.
A Study on the Selection of Housing Type and Characteristics of Dwelling for Foreign Students in Korea
Ahn, Seon-Min ; Jang, Sang-Ock ; Shin, Kyung-Joo ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 6, 2006, Pages 9~18
The purpose of this study is to find out the selection of housing type and the characteristics of dwelling of foreign students' residence in order to provide some information for better housing plans for foreign students in Korea. To analyze characteristics of dwelling, a questionnaire survey was conducted with 171 students who study in the university located in seoul, Korea. The results are summarized as follows: Overseas students in Korea can get from their house to school within 30 minutes and they spend more than 9 hours a day at home on average. Housing is one of the most important factors for oversea students. For the dormitory group, they chose their houses based on fee, distance from the school, stability, etc. The lodging group, chose their houses based on fee, distance from school, and Korean culture experience. The Go-Si-Won group chose their houses based on fee, distance from the school, privacy and so on.
A Study on the Visual Perception Characteristics the Sign Design in Mixed-Used Residential and Commercial Site
Lee, Hwa-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 6, 2006, Pages 19~26
Along with the development of creative building design ideas, how to effectively sign design concepts is also an important consideration on environmental design. The research goals established in order to solve these problems are to develop structures of sign design and analyze the cases of it. This paper explains structures of sign design in two ways: the compositional elements of signs and the relationships of visual perception. Among various relationships among sign design compositional elements this study uses relationships based on the Gestalt theory, the balance theory by Rudolf Arnheim, and the optical away theory by Gibson. The design principles investigated on the basis of the visual perception theories include the relationships between compositional elements and background space, visual weight balance, horizontal and vertical balances, grouping, and visual layout patterns
A Study on the Analysis of Preference Degree about Form Harmony with Environmental Moulding and Surrounding in Rousing Complex - Focused on a Housing Complex at Buk-gu, Daegu Metropolitan City -
Lee, Su-Jin ; Seo, Ji-Eun ; Lee, Jeong-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 6, 2006, Pages 27~35
The purpose of this study is to analyze about perception and preference degree of resident's for environmental moulding. We will find factors effected to utilization of residents. So we should extract characteristics in the way of an association factors. The analysis result of this study is as follows: First, We could know that they consider form and establishment position to be the most important factors a using environment moulding in a housing complex. Second, it is high that preference degree at environmental moulding of figurative shape located in front of main entrance harmonized with gardening. Third, it is high that preference degree at environmental moulding of abstract shape located in front of a pray ground. Finally, environment moulding of mixing form appeared highest preference degree at parking lot entrance location. As valued result of this thesis, the result of environment moulding and surrounding as harmony form is going to utilize to basic to establish in a housing complex. furthermore, This research increase dwelling peoples' satisfaction as well as arrangement of environmental moulding and is expected that is going to give affirmative effect that can enhance quality of a housing complex.
A Case Study on Elderly Housing in Japan
Lee, Ji-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 6, 2006, Pages 37~44
By 2019, Korea is expected to be an aged society, age group of 65 and older being over 14% of the total population, considering their rapid increase today. The number of the elderly living alone or with his or her spouse will grow more and more. So this study was intended to find out the characters of elderly gathering houses in Japan through case study. The survey was taken by literatures and interview taken from the managers of the houses. It was selected the company which had branched 17 buildings all over the nation. There are three types in units in the building. One is self-supporting life house type. The other is personal care senior house type. Another is complex community house type. And the house have pointed on the participation in community. The company has attached great importance to form the co-operation network with the residents being shared same building. And it has aimed that the residents would feel being alive in their home.
Efficient Usage Plan of Village Community Center for the Welfare of the Elderly in Rural Areas, GyungNam
Oh, Chan-Ohk ; Choi, Byung-Sook ; Park, Sun-Hee ; Hong, Chan-Sun ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 6, 2006, Pages 45~53
The study was intended to suggest the efficient usage plan of the village community center in rural area by examining the floor plan and usage pattern of the village community center and the needs of the elderly for them. This would be helpful to the welfare of the elderly in rural areas. The subjects were 24 community centers and representatives of each village, and 96 old peoples lived in there, GyungNam. The data were collected by sketching and taking pictures of community centers, and interviewing with the representatives and old peoples. The results were as follows : 1) when the percentage of old population, the physical conditions of private houses of the elderly, and the usage pattern and needs for village community center were considered, the village community center as the welfare center for the elderly would be efficient. 2) The necessary spaces in village community center were entrance, kitchen, 2 rooms, living room, restroom, and storage. In addition to these, healthcare room or auditorium can be added according to the conditions of each village. 3) The elderly wanted the village community center as a social exchange space. Therefore, two rooms which many centers had, can be used for it, one for men and another one for women. 4) The living room can be used as the space for dining. 5) Maintenance and its fee should be considered at the stage of planning. 6) The outdoor toilets should be upgraded and the indoor restroom would be desirable.
The change of Kitchen in a Single Detached House in Jeonju City after 70's through Oral Life History method
Park, Sun-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 6, 2006, Pages 55~63
The purpose of this study is to investigate the change of kitchen in a single detached house in Jeonju city after 70's. Oral life history method which has 12 women's personal narratives and 17 women's personal narratives with written reports was used as a research method of this study. The results of the study were obtained as follows: 1) It was beginning about late 1970 year that heating system and cooking place were separated in a house. 2) Many kitchens were reconstructed for indoor stand-up work place from late 1970's to the early 1980's. 3) There were major factors such as heating system, cooking fuel, and work center in the change of kitchen in old houses. 4) The kitchen toward the center with a living room was appeared in the floor plan of modem house after 1990's. The symbolic words of the indoor kitchen that work for women were 'warmness' and 'convenience'.
Contemporary Space Design Trends on the Floor Plan Analysis of Rural Houses in So-yang Munhwa Village
Choi, Byung-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 6, 2006, Pages 65~72
This study was to and out contemporary space design trends of rural houses in So-yang Munhwa village by analyzing their floor plan shapes and space relations & elements of floor plans. There were built 71 houses in that village but it were possible to collect housing data, floor plans & general building records of 41 houses, from house register. By analyzing those data, findings were as follows : 1) Floor plan shapes of rural houses had a tendency to be diverse, various form of 'ㅋ' than simple form of 'ㅡ'. 2) Room-Living-Room, 3 bay arrangement was very strong trends, and traditional planning characteristics that the openness of living space was keeping. 3) Anbang(master bedroom) and living space were important, so two spaces were set forth of floor plan and Anbang with a bathroom were often showed. 4) DK space and its relation to other spaces were important factor to classily 2 floor plan types of them. 5) DK(dining kitchen) space had an openness from back entrance and DK were separated from public spaces L.D.K. Utility or balcony/veranda spaces as a support space of kitchen were planned in rural houses, and they were influenced from apartment houses or urban houses.
A Study on the Changes of Planning Factors of Apartment Houses in Newspaper Advertisements - Focused on the comparison in times of deregulation of the price ceiling -
Park, Joo-Yeon ; Kim, Yu-Hee ; Yoo, Chang-Geun ; Cho, Yong-Joon ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 6, 2006, Pages 73~81
This study focused on the fact that changes of policies have influence on housing culture of Korea and analyzed changes in apartment houses planning since the deregulation of the price ceiling through newspaper advertisement. The research compared and analyzed advertisements of apartment houses sales appeared in the 'Gwangju Il-Bo' daily newspaper from 1990 to 2003 by planning factors. : The results are as follows. Reliability and economy were important factors in deciding apartment before the deregulation of the price ceiling policy, but as apartment houses were merchandised after the deregulation of the price ceiling policy, brand of enterprise and image of apartment houses were highlighted more. In the environment of apartment complex, the concerns of location after the deregulation of the price ceiling policy were more increased than before its policy and it means emphasis on living environment for better life. The apartment housing unit and building showed change of the apartment housing unit plan considering residents, high quality of interior design and high-tech and differentiation of equipment since the deregulation of the price ceiling policy. The ground space has been parked or afforested and the underground space is used for parking lot as a part of environment-friendly in the apartment complex planning. The deregulation of the price ceiling policy made brand, image, high-grade and differentiation, and got many changes in the planning side of the apartment sales advertisement.
on the Risk Analysis of Project Finance in BTL Project
Song, Kyu-Ryol ; Jung, Eul-Kyu ; Im, Chil-Soon ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 6, 2006, Pages 83~90
The purpose of this study is to apply efficiently a successful Project Finance in BTL. To use Project Finance, it is necessary to Risk Analysis of each work step. This Risk Analysis have to repeatedly progress in overall Project Process. The differences between Corporate Finance and Project Finance are remarkably appeared in Risk Allocation and Limited Resource. To use successful Project Finance in construction industry, first, raising project confidence, second, technical : economical : lawful evaluation by Finance Expert, third, Income Guarantee for Lender or Consortium of Lending Banks, forth, Leverage Effect of Project Sponsor must be preceded.
Japanese Traditional Elements in Tadao Ando's Architecture
Kim, Dong-Young ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 6, 2006, Pages 91~98
The stage for Tadao Ando's architectural works is not only in Japan but extends to many countries around the world. His creations are not limited to the world of architecture, but are widely acclaimed supported by public people as well. Why Tadao Ando's works are acknowledged and acclaimed so extensively? Japanese traditional elements used in the his works makes it so. Tadao Ando argued intuition and insanity which were deprived by modernism could recover with locality and it's historic elements laid importance to the self. To realize that, it is necessary the regeneration of landscape which was based on the site and self-reflection must accomplished with the nature. So as to regeneration of landscape, he used Japanese Landscape-gardening and make the nature condensed. With the su-ki, he made the architectural elements simple. And with the Japanese detoured circulation, he made deep and various space. In that way, he intended the nature which is changed with his idea experienced the way of yu-gen.
The Study on the Architectural Characteristics of the Wealthy Farmhouses in Ham-Ra
Yu, Eun-Mi ; Hong, Seung-Jae ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 6, 2006, Pages 99~108
Ham-ra is a village that belongs to Ham-yuel Ri, Ik-san city and also known as the village where 4 millionaire modem age rich farmer households are residing in the center of the village. Originally, central point of the village was Gaeksa and Hyanggyo that is in Suodong, but early 1900s, rich farmers found new Places beside Suodong and built large-scale houses and around it, houses of tenant and commercial places were formed and became the new center of the village. Therefore, Ham-ra village shows well about the changes of the traditional village in the end of Chosun Dynasty aspect that of existent village space according to rich farmer's growth. Especially, the large scaled Korean traditional houses which were built newly in the year between 1917 to 1939 shows main road and Natural stream surrounding the village which are not found in any other village. 3 rich farmers (Lee Bae-won, Jo Hae-young, Kim An-gyun house) and Lee Jib-cheon's houses built a large scaled Sarang-chae and An-chae to compete and to show off there wealth. This residing imitated High-classe house yet accommodated social changes and through a voluntary experiment, is expressing modernity of Han-ok very well. Similarity and creativity in residing form appears well in buildings similar time and village. This research analyzed space composition change of the village and characteristic of Architecture who appear at modern process of typical farmer houses which make a strong resolution to Ham-ra hereupon.
A Study on the Policies of Residential Remodeling for Elderly Households of Korea and Japan
Park, Nam-Hee ; Kwon, Oh-Jung ; Choi, Ryung ; Shin, Hye-In ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 6, 2006, Pages 109~118
The purpose of this study was to investigate the policies related to residential remodeling for elderly households of Korea and Japan. Documentary research methodology was used in this study. The major results of this study are as follows: 1) It is not enough that the housing policy of elderly households prepare institutions and standards for aging society in Korea. 2) Residential remodeling projects by this time were not to improve residential environment of elder]y households but to support only a few low income elderly households in Korea. 3) Housing policy of elderly households consisted of design and remodeling standards for barrierfree of new housing and housing stock, housing financing, human resource network, and educational program of housing remodeling in Japan. 4) Central government and local self-governing body have support system which is systematic and that is helpful to those elderly households who needs housing remodeling in Japan. 5) It is needed that local self-governing body frame a policy of residential remodeling for elderly households. And central government and local self-governing body prepare the policy of financial support and contents of residential remodeling for elderly households according to the level of housing quality and residents circumstances. And they have the education system for specialist of residential remodeling for elderly households and clarify the standards of residential remodeling for elderly households. 6) In-depth analysis study is need to find a suggestion in many cases of advanced nations.
A Study on the Qualitative-value Analysis of Apartment View
Sohn, Hee-Jin ; Moon, Ji-Won ; Lee, Jin-Wook ; Ha, Jae-Myung ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 6, 2006, Pages 119~128
This study was conducted to determine the realistic value for the apartment view which has been vaguely known until now. Six apartment complexes in Dae-gu metropolitan city were selected to obtain the basic data for the study. The view value included in apartment price was analyzed using few elements such as picture-data establishment, declared- and market-price and questionnaire date from residents. The result of this study appeared that the qualitative-value of the apartment view was realistically varied with several factors such as story/side, plot planning of apartment complex and view element. The result obtained from the study will be widely used to declared-price and new apartment price.
The Support and Infill System of the Flexible Plan of Multi-Family Housing Based on Inhabitants' Need
Kim, Min-Kyung ; Oh, Chan-Ohk ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 6, 2006, Pages 129~140
The study suggests that to compensate for the variety of inhabitants, flexible housing plans are needed. Furthermore, it proposes the support and infill system for the flexible plan of multi-family housing based on the inhabitants need. The inhabitants' need for the flexible plan of multi-family housing was studied using a survey using models. The survey target was the 100 housewives living in a
(sold as 45 Pyeong) Apartment in Busan. The characteristics of the respondents were first examined, then to figure out the attitude towards the need for the flexible plan of multi-family housing, the concept and preference for the plan, and the satisfaction level of the current apartment plan were analyzed. To find out the structure of the flexible plan of multi-family housing, the need for the structure, furniture, light, and finishing materials were studied. Lastly, to learn the durability of the construction material, the preferred moving period and the reasons were researched. On the basis of the findings, the support and infill system was suggested.
Changes of Building Use at the Borders of a Detatched Housing Area According to Location in the Housing Site Development District
Lee, Sook-Joon ; Park, Hae-Joo ; Lee, Jin-Wook ; Ha, Jae-Myung ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 6, 2006, Pages 141~148
The purpose of this study is to investigate tendencies on land use in the housing site development district by grasping the characteristics of changes of building use at the borders of single-detached housing area for planning single-detached housing area in the future. It is divided the borders of detached housing areas into three types, educational facility, parks and green spaces, and apartment complex, and then analyzed the characteristics of each location after a field study. It is summarized as follows. First, there were stationery and flour-based meal stores in adjacent borders near educational facilities, suitable for students' interest and motion patterns, and it is required to consider about frequent children's action in the street. Second, there are many facilities for park users and residents, such as educational institutes and restaurants in adjacent to borders near parks. In borders neighboring buffer green belt areas, warehouses and vacant sites were mainly distributed. And the revitalization of streets was lower than others, because a road was used as a parking space. Third, there were realty dealers, food stores, and laundries which provide the dwellers with service in adjacent borders near multi-family housing.
A Study on the Methodology of Apartment Plan to Ensure the Relationship with Urban Structure - Focused on an Analysis of Competition Projects in Gang-Ill 2 District -
Choi, Doo-Ho ; Lee, Joo-Hyung ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 6, 2006, Pages 149~157
In the planning process, there are five directions to planning residential sites. Firstly, the site must be planned to allow continuity with the city space, or created to conform to the city structure. Secondly, plans for community space and programs as well as convenience facilities must coexist in the road space. Thirdly, in terms of view, the site must be planned in territories to secure identity of the site. Fourthly, in terms of the environment, the site should utilize the natural environment. Lastly, in terms of infrastructure, the site should include a pedestrian-centered road system as well as establishing city infrastructure facilities for a combined planning in the municipal dimension. So far we have looked at planning methods for an apartment site that can be integrated into the existing city. The study into five elements to planning a large-scale apartment site, context, community, landscape, environment and infrastructure, and their relationship among each other must continue on.
A Study on the Preference of Leisure Facilities of Residents Living in Apartment-Complex for Developing Leisure Facilities in Residential Environment
Shin, Hwa-Kyoung ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 17, issue 6, 2006, Pages 159~168
The purpose of this study was to analyze the preference and needs of leisure facilities of residents living in apartment complexes. The questionnaire survey was conducted in the selected apartment complexes, and 676 responses were used for data analysis. The statistical techniques used for data analysis included frequencies, percentage, mean,
-test, and multiple regression. The major findings were as follows: 1) Subjects needed the diverse leisure facilities such as sports center and resident's self government facilities. And they needed diverse facilities for sports. 2) In terms of location, they needed leisure facilities which was closer to their house. 3) The degree of satisfaction of leisure facilities was lower than neutral. The satisfaction of leisure facilities related with diversity of leisure facilities and program, and poor environment. 4) It was found that the respondents preferred safe and various leisure facilities, and the leisure facilities were exclusively used for the residents only, and the use by non-residents should be charged at the expense. Also, respondents were willing to pay additional fee for the better quality of leisure facilities, and sports leisure facilities congregated in one building were highly desirable.