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Journal of the Korean housing association
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Volume 18, Issue 6 - Dec 2007
Volume 18, Issue 5 - Oct 2007
Volume 18, Issue 4 - Aug 2007
Volume 18, Issue 3 - Jun 2007
Volume 18, Issue 2 - Apr 2007
Volume 18, Issue 1 - Feb 2007
Selecting the target year
A Study on the Differentiating Design Factors to Take the Lead in the Apartment Housing Market
Ha, Mi-Kyoung ; Park, Nam-Hee ; Lee, Kyeong-Hee ; Jung, So-Won ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 2, 2007, Pages 1~9
This survey on the housing consumers in the Daegu region aims to understand their needs for differentiating design items, which are now regarded to be essential factors to take the lead in the apartment housing market. The survey questionnaires on the differentiating items in six categories, were filled by 135 apartment households in Deagu, and the answers on each item were analyzed according to their home size and age. For the general apartment plan, the strongest need was found in the energy saving design; and larger windows for a fine view are significantly favored by the older households. For the unit design, more households were interested in the design items related to the kitchen or subsidiary-kitchens. For the storage space design, enough space for ampler storage was desired the most. For the interior design, prevailing needs for the use of environment-friendly furnishing materials and the non-slippery flooring of bathroom were found. For facilities and up-to-date system design, most of households displayed their interests in noise-proof doors. For the environment design of the complex, the need for a walk passage was highest in general.
A Study on the Apartment Choice and Housing Satisfaction by the Type of Housing Value
Ha, Jeung-Soon ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 2, 2007, Pages 11~20
The purpose of this study is to find the apartment Choice and Housing Satisfaction by the Housing Value Segmentation. Survey questionnaires were conducted on 1103 married women from three residential areas in Daegu. Data were analized by SPSS package program. Major findings are the following: Quality oriented type preferred environment oriented and multiple apartment. Safety investment type answered the bases of the information as of sales/model house, real estate office, oral information from relative neighbor. Ostentation negative type is dissatisfied for the present apartment were listed such as inconvenient inner structure and inner space, education environment for children, privacy protection, convenient transportation for the urban area. Convenience educational environment type is dissatisfied for the present apartment were listed such as inconvenient inner structure and inner space, anti sonic materials, education environment for children, privacy protection.
A Study on Examination of Indoor Thermal Environment Elements and Thermal Sensation Vote of Log Cabins in Winter Season
Min, Byeong-Cheol ; Jeon, Ji-Hyeon ; Kook, Chan ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 2, 2007, Pages 21~27
Various buildings constructed by environmentally friendly resources are being built in KOREA. Especially as the wood has distinctive ecological merits in comparison with reinforced concrete and brick, the buildings made by the wood are acknowledged with its superiority of ecological value. Enough field studies for their thermal environment, however, haven't been done. In this study, to investigate indoor environmental condition and occupants' response to it of Log Cabin in Gyeongsangnam-do Hamyang Country Jirisan Natural Recreation Forest, examination of indoor thermal environment and field subjective evaluation have been done in that fundamental information of thermal environment characteristics can be suggested. The results are following; 1) Thermal environment of the Log Cabins; Indoor and outdoor mean dry bulb temperature were
, and Indoor and outdoor average relative humidity were 25.8% and 52.1%. These results are below ASHRAE; dry bulb temp.
, humidity 30%, and above domestic standards; dry bulb temp.
. 2) Result of subjective evaluation; Thermal sensation and its comfort were evaluated as 'slightly uncomfortable' because of 'slightly warm'. And humid sensation and its comfort were evaluated as 'slightly uncomfortable' because of 'slightly warm'. 3) Result of vertical temperature and humidity; Vertical temperature difference from head to ankle was
which means most occupants may feel comfortable.
A Study on the Architectural Planning for the Habitability of Women's Hospital ward
Park, Seung-Hwan ; Hong, Sung-Woo ; Choi, Moo-Hyuck ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 2, 2007, Pages 29~38
The purpose of this study was to provide the basic data for architectural planning through survey about the ward of women's hospital. This study considered the concept of women's hospital through theoretical consideration and analysed a blueprint of 30 cases about typical plan type, the size and layout of patient-room, space allocation and circulation. And then a survey of patients has to identify their needs. Because the rate of composition of an upper grade patient-room in women's hospital is higher than that of general hospital to improve habitability in ward needs not only the importance of the planing of patient-room itself, but also providing a small courtyard, day-room between the patient-rooms or outdoor terrace. When patient moves it was provided visual comfort and strengthen social exchange. Also, physical environment has to reflect mother's psychological needs and diversity by individuality in unit is essential to planning.
A Space Usage and User Evaluation of Community Facility in High rise Mixed-use Apartment
Noh, Yi-Kyung ; Hwang, Yeon-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 2, 2007, Pages 39~47
The objective of this study is to analyze the space usage and user evaluation of community facility in High rise Mixed-use Apartment. This study was conducted case study and questionnaire survey. Four High rise Mixed-use Apartments built since 2000 were chosen for case study and 166 residents were collected for questionnaire survey. The frequency, percentage, mean, t-test and F-test were executed through SPSS for Win 12.0 statistics package program. The types of community facilities of High rise Mixed-use Apartments were consisted of sports, child care/study, information sharing, leisure/cultural facilities. The usage percentage of community facilities increased since the residents have moved to their current residence of High rise Mixed-use Apartments from their previous residence. The most satisfactory facility was sports facilities. The satisfaction of community facilities showed high in general. The satisfaction of community facilities was significant with gender and age.
Current Situations and Modifications of Kitchen Space by Elderly-Headed Households
Kwon, Oh-Jung ; Ha, Hae-Hwa ; Kim, Mi-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 2, 2007, Pages 49~58
Kitchen space is one of the most dangerous places for the elderly. Modifications of kitchen space for improving safety and independence for older residents are very important factor for aging in place. The purpose of this study was to identify the current situations and modifications of kitchen space by elderly-headed households. The sample included 108 respondents over the age 65 who consisted of elderly-couple or single person household with homeownership in Seoul. The data were analyzed by descriptive statistics. Based on the findings of the study, the present incidence and recognition of future need in kitchen modifications were identified. Changes made in kitchen space tended to be nonstructural or relatively inexpensive items. In conclusion, this study suggests several ideas for improving current physical problems of kitchen space to support safe and independent daily living of older residents.
A Study on the Greenery Environment Evaluation of the Apartment House Complexes Encircled by the Fields
Kim, Ick-Hwan ; Jang, Han-Seub ; Kim, Yung-Min ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 2, 2007, Pages 59~63
In the suburbs near the capital area in Korea, many apartment house complexes are dotted that encircled by field. These apartment house complexes encircled by field, have not park and are abutting on the field, unlike large scale new town. This study is aimed to clear the characteristic of field around these apartment house complexes, consists in development the suburbs near the capital area. As a method of study we conducted greenery evaluation from view of Inhabitant by questionnaire survey. We concluded as follows: inhabitants attach importance to the nature around apartment house complex when move into that; inhabitants are satisfied and feel nature about the field; inhabitants tend to take field as a sight; inhabitants need low-rise development for harmony with field.
The Remodeling Characteristics of Various Types of Secondary Kitchen in Apartment House
Lee, Joo-Hee ; Oh, Chan-Ohk ; Yang, Se-Hwa ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 2, 2007, Pages 65~74
The study analyzes the remodeling characteristics of the four different types of secondary kitchens in apartment house based on their floor plans. The secondary kitchens are categorized into side placement, back placement, back placement with extensions on both sides, and back placement with an extension on a single side. The twelve apartment complexes in Ulsan were selected so that they may all consist each of the four types, and answered the survey. The classified traits of secondary kitchen were examined based on the characteristics of floor plan and remodeling. Side placement and back placement with extensions on both sides mostly used glass hinged doors. Back placement and back placement with a single side extension used glass sliding doors. It was found that the majority of the floor materials consisted of both wood and tiles, except for side placements, where only tiles were used. The sizes of the back placements with both and single side extensions were the largest. The side and back placements were rarely renovated, however, back placements with both and single side extensions went through massive remodeling.
A Study on The Characteristics of The Price Factors in Apartment Houses
Choi, Yoon-Ah ; Song, Byung-Ha ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 2, 2007, Pages 75~82
Under the premise that the housing market is not fixed, but changes organically according to social and systematic environment, it has important meaning as the object of this study to identify the recent housing market's movement by deducing the changed characteristics of the factors to compose the recent new houses. By using the following methodology, this study analyzed the characteristics and mutual relations of the economical and house-composing factors, categorized the investigation object into sub-markets, and executed comparative analysis. First, based on the leading studies analyzing the factors of house price determination and the assessment indicators of 'Green Building Certification Program', the composing factors are deduced. Second, the factors are categorized as economic, housing complex planning and geographical condition. Third, to identify the influence of housing environmental factors on economic factors, the correlation between the former and the latter, and the difference between economic factors are analyzed. Fourth, by segmenting and categorizing the housing market into time and location subgroups, the chronicle trend and the geographical characteristics are analyzed.
A Study on the Ecologic Design for Urban Collective Dewelling
Kyonne, Jin-Hyun ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 2, 2007, Pages 83~92
The past concept of constructing houses was focused on how to overcome the limitation of consuming natural resources such as energy and materials, which increased the official cost and the environmental pollution. On the other hand, the echo-friendly concept has considered the harmony between human being and nature more critically and has applied the characteristics of natural environment into a unique dwelling design by developing constructs and materials adjusted to the particular climate, making them into a unit of impacting positively the complicated system. The current environmental issue is how a dwelling adapts into a given climate in which the design is applied by ecology without damaging the natural environment. In another word, the main issue in the twenty first century will be how we meet the human needs to dwellings applied by the residential environment. Therefore, we have to provide a hospitable place for residents' mental and physical health through "Green Design", emerging as the critical design of urban collective dwellings. Based on these conceptions, the purpose of this study is to suggest the way of designing the urban collective dwelling applied by ecology, proffering wealthy life style to residents with the preservation of natural environment as applying an ecological concept into the design of collective dwellings that represent a contemporary housing type for urban residents.
A Study on the Awareness of the Middle Aged for the Digital home System and Well-being Apartment Design Elements
Cho, Sung-Heui ; Lee, Tae-Kyung ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 2, 2007, Pages 93~103
This study examined the awareness of the middle aged about the digital home system and well-being apartment design elements in order to suggest the design guidelines for planning of the elderly housing environment. By literature review, the concept and characteristics of the digital home system and well-being Apartment design elements were summarized the degree of satisfaction and preference of middle aged for these characteristics were investigated and analyzed. For this study, a questionnaire survey of 156 housewives living in apartment complex of Busan was carried out. The results of this study are as follows: The middle aged were generally short of recognition for digital skill and service, and also they showed positive evaluations to a few useful items of digital home system. These items belong under safety security system and interior environment control system and provided for convenient & comfortable life. Accordingly, satisfied digital home system can apply basic design element for housing for elderly. Whereas, the middle-aged were not satisfied with housework help system and cultural life system because items of these systems were not various and complicate to us. So, for the improvement of not satisfied digital home system, we needed development of digital contents and marketing & management for high accessibility and easy useability. The middle aged will concern about health & environment friendly continuously and become to stay long in their housing as the characteristics of elderly. So, It is necessary to be considered well-being apartment design elements of health & environment friendly very actively and lastingly in elderly housing environment design. Also, the awareness of middle aged for digital home system and well-being apartment design elements varied according to the background characteristics. This suggests housing environment for elderly life is considered differently as various background characteristics of middle aged.
A Study on Method of Planning for a Residential Unit under Consideration of Local Climate - Focused on Wind Corridor -
Kim, Dae-Wuk ; Jung, Eung-Ho ; Ryu, Ji-Won ; Park, Ji-Hye ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 2, 2007, Pages 105~112
This research has been implemented based on the area of #369 Dowon-dong, Dalseo-gu, Dae-gu which is considered as a place with satisfactory characteristics for the flow of fresh air into the city. Simulations of the target area both prior to the development plan and after apartment complex blocking were analyzed in regard to blocking planning and pilotis based on the main direction of wind,
(east wind) and
(south wind). In addition, congested wind corridor flow in the target place was identified through a pollution spread simulation according to the wind corridor. Therefore, the flow of wind in the one area is affected by the blocking of the complex and the main direction of the wind. Also blocking, in regard of pilotis, provides a better flow of wind. This study was implemented based on wind formation by apartment complex planning, so further study on the other factors affecting the flow of a wind corridor along with block planning and pilotis need to be carried out. Sustainable environmental factors through analysis of the environmental factors have to be analyzed. Moreover, building and complementing fundamental resources and systematic devices should be supported.
A Study of Original Form of An Old House of Papyeong Yun's Family by an Ancient Document titled 'Hyogyeongdang Gyechukmun'
Ahn, Joon-Ho ; Lee, Hee-Jun ; Lee, Dal-Hoon ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 2, 2007, Pages 113~120
This study is to investigate the contents and status of documentary records based on "Hyogyeongdang Gyechukmun" related to the Old House of Papyeong Yun's family. This house is located in Goegok-dong, Daejeon Metropolitan city, and is considered as one of the high-class houses in the mid-Chosun dynasty. The results might be summarized as follows: First, Hyogyeongdang Gyechukmun was written by Yun Seom in 1675 (the 1st year of King Sukjong's reign), which is a kind of general drawing book containing a plane figure and a bird's-eye-view of the old house. It is an important historical record to identify the feature and characteristics of the high-class houses in those days. Second, Papyeong Yun's Old House was founded with five buildings including a shrine, women's quarters, Hyogyeongdang, servants' quarters, and a warehouse. On the southern front, there used to be a pond. Third, the standard measure used to build the old house was about 310.00/尺(chuck). Chuck(尺) is the measuring unit of the Chosun Dynasty.
An Analysis of the Apartment House Plans in Seoul by Means of a New Graph-theoretic Method
Seo, Kyung-Wook ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 2, 2007, Pages 121~128
The investigation of the apartment housing as a dwelling type has become the most important and popular research subject to understand the housing culture in Korea. In their methods of typological analysis, it is found that most studies represent each unit plan as a simplified architectural drawing. This type of typology, however, has difficulties in processing a large scale of data set because each representation of a plan contain too many informations. To deal with this problem, this study suggests a new graph-theoretical method by which apartment plans can be represented in a more simple and effective way. This new method is also tested against the sample plans from Gangnam-gu area in Seoul to reveal the design logic hidden in plan configuration. Through a series of analyses, it is verified that there exist a design strategy that guides the particular pattern of zoning and allocation of each room in the plan.
A Study on Improvement of Residential Environment for Indoor Space of University Dormitory through the Evaluation of User Satisfaction -the case of university dormitory in gwangju-
Park, Hang-Ja ; Park, Sung-Jin ; Lee, Cheong-Woong ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 2, 2007, Pages 129~136
This study, as a case study of four university dormitories in Gwangju, examined the situation of interior space and conducted a quantitative survey investigating importance about the interior space and assessment factors of residential environment on users. Then user satisfaction at the assessment factors of residential environment was analyzed to draw problems and explore improvement. The results showed the following problems that should be resolved: Bedrooms should increase the area of convex space; toilets and bathrooms should be changed into a cluster type at least in common use by floor; rest space should reinforce heating and cooling system; robby space should become mixed space for various user's behavior; private fitness rooms should be planned as group fitness space; private libraries should reinforce lighting facilities; and computer rooms should complement and improve HVAC.