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Journal of the Korean housing association
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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
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A Case Study on the Application of intelligent Skin Technology Introduced in Environment-Friendly Housing
Seo, Won-Duck ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 3, 2007, Pages 1~8
Since the Intelligent Building was first introduced in early 1980s, It has been studied and designed by related technical experts as it was called by the name of intelligent Building, High-tech Intelligence Building, High-capacity Building, Intellectual Building, etc. Despite the need for new concept as the relation between global environment and architecture has become an issue on a full scale since 1990s and with the development of high technology, former concept is maintained without modification or complement. Especially, attempt to combine industrial technology with architecture is essential to Intelligent Building, therefore frequent opportunity of self-innovation according to the development of technology is necessary. Due to the rarity of the high-technology and its high cost, it was adopted to large-scale construction, however, nowadays, almost all kinds of buildings are getting designed with intelligent-technology. Therefore we can expect that this trend will be accelerated by evolution of technology and will position as a major stream of future architecture along with environment-friendly architecture. Through this process, we should fully be aware of the importance of the several intelligent skin technology to protect global environment and to set future direction in architecture.
A Study on the Formation of Urban Squatter in Korea and their Housing Culture from Socio-historical Point of View
Jun, Nam-Il ; Yang, Se-Hwa ; Hong, Hyung-Ock ; Sohn, Sei-Kwan ; Kim, Myo-Jung ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 3, 2007, Pages 9~18
The purpose of this study was to provide the basic information about the formation background of urban squatter and their housing state in Korea. This study was progressed on the basis of socio-historical point of view from the opening of a port to the after the Korean War. In that sense, this study considered meaning of housing for urban squatter in the Korean housing history. For this study, the formation background of the urban squatter was divided into three periods. The first period was after the opening of a port (1876-1910) when the inflow of Japanese and their plundering from Korea started. The second was Japanese occupation period (1910-1945) which contributed to increase the number of Tomak (mud hut) and made the Tomak-min's village. The third period was Korean war & postwar years (1945-1953). This period was divided into three parts again; after the Korean independence (1945-1950), during the Korean War (1950-1953), and after the Korean War (1953-). The urban squatter was settled in the national land and the public land in each period and experienced the severe housing shortage. The government of the time could not protect the urban squatter from the special national states such as the Japanese rule and the Korean War.
A Study on the Hierarchic Analysis of Spatial Function in Ubiquitous Housing
Lee, Sang-Hwa ; Choi, Dong-Sik ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 3, 2007, Pages 19~29
This study is aimed at interpreting into changes and characters of function applied into quantative analysis in ubiquitous house. Digital technology being introduced into architectural fields, It applied expansively from design and construction to user's convenience. The application of digital technology is presented to various change like effectiveness and exactness in design and function of space, which is overlayed digital space to physical space beyond the extent of receiving human needs in physical space. In ubiquitous house, digital technologies are supplied to function coordinated with life, appreciating into positional informations of human and materials, spatial informations. Ubiquitous house is comparably effective into funtional expansion, user's convenience, safty, which, for the future, is going to using on housing of high performance encouraging the application of advanced technology. Therefore this study is classified into human behaviors, functions, performances and characters of digital system in ubiquitous house, which being established into the relation of elements, is interpreted numerically into functional changes and charats being applied to ARM.
Design Application Analysis and Proposals of Terraced Housing on Hilly Sites
Yoon, Yong-Suk ; Yang, Woo-Hyun ; Lee, Hyun-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 3, 2007, Pages 31~40
This research starts from the questioning of current housing development situation on hilly sites in Korea. It aims to investigate various design techniques of terraced housing as an alternative housing type on sloped sites. Several generic solutions are proposed, as for site slope and stacking method, combination of dwelling units, access pattern, and sectional variation of unit space. By the comparative analysis of design proposals with the typical two-row vertical-access type, the efficiency of the proposed techniques are verified in terms of development density, provision of community space, habitability of dwelling units.
Residents' Using Behavior of the Balcony Space by the Unit-plan Type of Apartment Housing
Cho, Sung-Heui ; Park, Ji-Hye ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 3, 2007, Pages 41~49
The purpose of this study was to investigate the using behavior of the balcony space in apartment housing for improving apartment balcony as dwelling space. For that, it is needed to identify the practical meaning of balcony space as function so balcony expansion and the using behavior of balcony space were investigated and analyzed. For this study, survey and depth-interview methods were used for data collection. The major findings were as followings: 1) Balcony expansion mainly occurred in balcony of livingroom and bedroom. Balcony expansion showed several phases according to the type of plan and function of balcony space and few residents chose expansion of all balconies. 2) The using behavior of balcony space was categorized by these various functions of balconies. It was also related to unit-plan type of apartment housing. These results can provide improvement guidelines for the balcony with the differentiation of design factors for residents.
A Study on the Planning for PC Use Space in Residences - Focus on the Unit Plan of Apartments According to the Size -
Jeong, Byeol-Ah ; Kim, Bong-Ae ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 3, 2007, Pages 51~61
This study is aimed to provide a guide for PC use space in apartment. To achieve this, a design about PC use space which was considered adequate location, area, form was suggested. As methods of the study, survey research method and case study. The survey was taken by five hundred-eighty-nine people who used PCs in apartment from May 2005 to July 2005 in JeJu Special Self-governing Province for an analysis of data. The results of the survey were showed PC use space situation and furnitures layout patterns. The case was classified by unit plans of size, and it showed design example of PC use space. In types of
square meters (
), PC use space was located in dead-space in the residence with minimum scale, because of
square meters types are smaller than the other types. In types
square meters, PC use space which was divided with a partition panel was located in the livingroom expanding the room space to the balcony. In types of 130 square meters, PC use space was located in the room of sons or daughters which was arranged with other furniture. The adequate area of PC use space is
square meters, and it should take into account furniture size and human active sphere. And PC use space of form should consider traffic line, personal space and privacy. Besides it is required of ergonomic design in chair, table in its scale. And it is necessary development of systematic furniture for PC use space.
Analysis of the Determinants on the Annual Average Price Rising Rate for Pyeong of Apartment Housing in Seoul
Kil, Ki-Suck ; Lee, Joo-Hyung ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 3, 2007, Pages 63~72
The purpose of this study is to identify the impact of the building, site, and region characteristic factors on the annual average price rising rate of apartment housing in Seoul. The data were consisted of 272 apartment units in Seoul. A survey included checking the drawing documents and interview with apartment maintenance staffs and real estate agencies from October 2006 to February 2007. Data were analyzed with descriptives, frequency, crosstabs, and linear regression by SPSS/PC for Window. The linear regression model was employed to evaluate the price rising rate in apartment housing. Following results were obtained. The price rising rate for pyeong (
) of apartment housing was determinated by the district zone, the construction company's brand name, the building age, the building stories, the floor space index, the building-to-land ratio, the green space rate, and the distance from the downtown. Especially, the district zone was the most important factor that affected the price rising of apartment housing in Seoul. Therefore, the policy has to focus to solve the imbalance between autonomous districts with the collaborated tax.
A Study on the Dwelling Site Planning in the Residential Improvement District as a Sustainable Development - Focused on the Nanminchon II District in Jeonju -
Kim, In-Sun ; Jihn, Jung ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 3, 2007, Pages 73~80
The purpose of this study is to suggest that dwelling site planning of residential improvement district is to make in the point of sustainable improvement. The methods of this study are as follow, first, introduce the concept of sustainable improvement and research possibility of adaption of the concept. second, make a survey of the Nanminchon II District in Jeonju as a sample of residential improvement district and make a comparative study of the before and after the development. third, research adaptable elements of sustainable residence concept to Nanminchon II District to dwelling site planning. Progress and result of residential improvement district affects dweller to character of place and habitation and will gain summits of architecture.
A Study on Characteristics of the Visual Perception of Atypical and typical Space in Houses
Lee, Sang-Hwa ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 3, 2007, Pages 81~89
This study is aimed at understanding objectively on the visual perception of atypical space and form in contemporary architecture. It is accomplished to compose the various form and the atypical space in contemporary architecture, which by means of applying digital technology to architecture is able to materialize complicated form and space. Therefore this the sis is needed to understand user's senses and affects in atypical space and form. Atypical space is able to interpret geometrically and analyze quantitatively into visual perception. This analysis is applied to Isovist used as quantitative analysis recently, and physical analysis of space used as quantitative analysis defined to vertical elements, which is analysed comparatively to visual perception in observer's point and characteristics in spatial elements. Examples are selected to four examples represented to typical and atypical space in contemporary houses. As examples are analysed to visual perception of spatial character, this study is intended to understand to spatial character in aspects of spatial composition and observer's visual perception. In results of perceptive analysis on four spatial examples, Atypical spaces are composed of changeable spatiality, which are composed changeably of the relational method with adjacent spaces. Also, typical spaces are composed monotonously of spatiality and relational method on control of the length in boundary plane and openness.
A Case Study on the Children's Play Behaviors and Outdoor's Environment of Child Care Center in Seoul
Choi, Mock-Wha ; Byun, Hea-Ryung ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 3, 2007, Pages 91~102
The purpose of this study was to analyze the relationship between outdoor play environments and child's play behaviors. The data were collected by this study included field measurement survey, and non-participatory observation from 8 child care centers in Seoul. The field measurement survey were conducted from February 20 to March 20, 2005, whereas non-participatory behavior observation were conducted from June 15 to July 10, 2005. The major results showed the following. 1) Most of child care centers were too small, did not use the adequate surfacing to play various activities, and were made of play equipment setting. 2) Child's play behavior focused on functional play activity and construction play activity. 3) The relationship between outdoor play environments and child's play behaviors showed that small outside play environment with monotonous construction of play setting produced functional play behaviors on children. However, in some cases, despite the small and monotonous play area, diverse play behaviors were observed. These playgrounds at least differed from others in that they provided the place where multi purpose play was possible. This finding shows that multi purpose play areas can be an alternative in small playground environment.
A Study on the Preference Attributes for Silver Town Development
Ha, Jeung-Soon ; Cho, Joo-Hyun ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 3, 2007, Pages 103~113
The purpose of this study is calling attention to the silver town by analyse preference attributes diversely and suggest alterative plan. Also, offering basic data which needs for the establishment of comfortable and ideal old age residence culture by developing silver town which is appropriate for our circumstances and emotion. The survey population of this study focused on 40s and 50s' middle aged both genders living in the Seoul and national capital region, we used random sampling method. The analytical methods used in this study were frequency, mean, standard deviation, Factor Analysis, t-test, ANOVA, post-hoc estimation (Duncan test), multiple regression, To verify the reliability of each measure, Cronbach's alpha coefficient was used.
Discourse of Modernization of Korean Housing: The Transition of Housing Facilities and the Technicalization of Housing Life - Content Analysis of Advertising Materials -
Jun, Nam-Il ; Eun, Nan-Soon ; Park, Jin-Hee ; Lee, Jang-Seob ; Kim, So-Yeon ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 3, 2007, Pages 115~123
The purpose of this study was to examine how housing facilities have been progressed, how housing life has been technicalized and which factors contributed to the modernization of Korean housing in the economic development era. Review of advertising material for apartment sales in the newspaper from 1970s' to the 1990s' are mainly utilized to follow up the changes of kitchen equipment and furnitures, bathroom equipments, heating and cooking facilities and their fuel system, information and telecommunication system as well as security and intelligent system. However, high technology in apartment was a symbol of modem housing in each time. The improvement of housing facilities brought about the improvement of efficiency in household works. In other words, housing space plays as "Living Machine". And appearance of new technology systems leaded to a pluralistic activities in the home. As well as improvement on the material environments accelerated the individualization phenomena in housing space.
A Study on the Unit Block Types and Physical Characteristics of Individual Residential Area in Seoul
Jun, Byung-Kwun ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 18, issue 3, 2007, Pages 125~136
To improve the environment of individual residential area, the uniform development of multiple dwellings through site should be avoided. As an alternative to a large scale development of the currently popular high-density and high-rise apartment buildings, which disintegrates and destroys existing communities, a new residential type that is applicable to the individual residential area should be developed. From the new residential type, even for short history of Korea of modem urban residence, a new concept of residence can be formed, changing from the concept of a temporary staying place to the concept of a stable residing place. Also, a gradual improvement that transcends time can be expected, and the present and past appearances can co-exist. This study was conducted to suggest a new residential type with unit blocks that can improve the physical structure of existing individual residential area without destroying the structure. That is, among the factors that comprise the individual residential area, this study will focus on the unit block with a medium role between a site and a mega-block, and will suggest a new concept of residential unit in order not to destroy its physical structure. The physical characteristics of the unit block will also be analyzed.