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Journal of the Korean housing association
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Volume 20, Issue 6 - Dec 2009
Volume 20, Issue 5 - Oct 2009
Volume 20, Issue 4 - Aug 2009
Volume 20, Issue 3 - Jun 2009
Volume 20, Issue 2 - Apr 2009
Volume 20, Issue 1 - Feb 2009
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A Study on the Housing Complex Planning in the Ubiquitous City
Kim, Mi-Yun ; Park, Nam-Hee ; Choi, Jin-Won ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 20, issue 5, 2009, Pages 1~8
Ever-developing information and communications technology has changed the ways of life from that of industrial society to the information-oriented community, and is widely used in a variety of social and economic contexts. Besides, urban problems in today's society are intricately involved so that the possibility of any reliable breakthrough may not to be likely. To work out these complicated problems as well as to understand the crux of the matter more comprehensively, ubiquitous urban planning has been laid out, and as a result attempts to reflect this system are cautiously made in metropolitan areas. However, most u-City planning, integrating uibiquitous technology, has focused on creating urban infrastructure and its services, therefore neglecting the importance of housing in urban space. Consequently, thorough u-City planning has yet to be defined in relation with urban space, and housing planning, established on the basis of the user-oriented housing environment, needs to be urgently made. Centering on the importance of housing in the construction of an improved future urban environment, this study aims to discuss the role of urban environment planning where metropolutan residents can enjoy a comfortable and convenient life. As well, this research paper seeks to focus attention on the consideration for users that is often disregarded but requires reflecting in the u-City planning.
A Study on the Cognitive Characteristics and Image Formation Structure of Hotel Access Space
Lee, Jeong-Lim ; Cho, Yong-Joon ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 20, issue 5, 2009, Pages 9~21
This study classified visual perception types of access space at 17 five-star hotels in Jejudo and examined their cognitive characteristics and image formation structures in an effort to provide basic information important for designing the elevation and the access spaces of a hotel. The results of this study are as follows. Access space image of experimental hotels showed more negative evaluations at both city hotels and resort hotels, viewing angle (upward angle) was also positively evaluated between
and central type in arrangement type and detour access and straight access types in access circulation type were positively evaluated. When viewed from an upward angle of
, the most important factors were as plasticity, decorativeness, and creativity; from
it was such factors as harmony and peculiarity; and at
it was factors like decorativeness and stability. In considering the various access types, the most important factors in a straight access type were peculiarity and harmony; for one-time curved access type it was by decorativeness, creativity, Peculiarity, and stability; and for detour access types it was decorativeness, stability, and peculiarity. Influential of factors affecting image formation and plasticity and harmony factors and the form had more influences on image formation.
Feasibility Study on Environment-friendly Project to Improve Habitability in National Rental Apartment - focused on Gwangju City -
Park, Hyeon-Ku ; Lee, Hyun-Chul ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 20, issue 5, 2009, Pages 23~30
In case of national rental apartment, habitability is generally evaluated low comparing with typical apartments. So, researches and investment are required to increase the residential environment. In this point of view, present study aims to suggest the basic data for improvement of homeless masses' dwelling level through economic feasibility analysis. Firstly national rental apartment, which habitability is considered to be low in the point of environment-friendly, welfare, and convenience, is chosen as objective. Secondly environment-friendly project items including project flow were set up, and then basic model was formed to evaluate economic feasibility through priority survey to residents. In result, priority for two items among six different proposals were higher than the others. This result could be useful when trying to increase the dwelling level of national rental apartment being planned to construct in future.
Survey on Condominium Apartment Dwellers' Consciousness of Unit Plan in Daejeon City
Choi, Byung-Sook ; Kang, In-Ho ; Park, Jung-A ; Jung, Mi-Hyeon ; Jang, Hye-Sun ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 20, issue 5, 2009, Pages 31~39
The purpose of this study was to find out the residents' consciousness of the unit plan on condominium apartment and to contribute to develop a condominium apartment unit plan in Daejeon City. This research was performed by a questionnaire survey method, 464 data was collected from apartment residents lived in about
unit with 3 rooms and the apartments was limited to the complexes within 1-4 years of the length of building at Yuseong-gu and Seo-gu. By analyzing those data, findings are as follows: 1) Residents thought living room, kitchen and bathroom were importment space in a unit plan. They needed a storage function in an entrance and a intermediate room, and Anbang(mater bedroom) so did. 2) L-DK plan type was very popular and the type of front DK with L on the floor plan was preferred. This was unique results. 3) Sub-kitchen was needed for a refrigerator of Kimchi, the location of it was related to a main kitchen and a utility. the third room was needed for library, home office and storage space. 3) Bath-tub in An-bang and showe-booth in public bathroom was preferred. This was same to the popular trend of Korean condominium apartment. 4) The enlargment remodeling of balcony was showed livingroom balcony or personal bedrooms at the time of occupancy. They needed the balcony near a kitchen or an utility to equip a storage facility. Additionally, residents were preferred to their taste rather than a choice of interior concept package services.
Elderly Public Housing in the U.S. - A Study on the Environmental Conditions and Resident Needs -
Park, Jung-A ; Kim, Sang-Hee ; Yoon, So-Yeon ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 20, issue 5, 2009, Pages 41~50
This case study is an effort to provide new knowledge on the U.S. elderly public housing focusing on the residents' perceptions of the environmental conditions. For this study, we conducted a survey using written questionnaires and interviews with 20 residents who rent in Columbia, MO. The recorded interview data was used for final analysis; primary findings are as follows: The residents reported relatively high satisfaction on their overall environmental conditions in the two target public housing, built in 1950s. As the most significant problem, residents perceive the lack of storage space for individual units, Partially attributed to space limitations. In addition, bathroom needs varied dramatically among residents based on their health and whether wheelchairs are used. Therefore, it was found that instead of standardized bathrooms, a customizable configuration for the resident's unique physical condition and accessibility must be considered. The residents also addressed their concerns about security for entrance and foyer areas. Due to the small living areas, they wanted to have available outdoor public space for various social activities. Furthermore, they reported the need for small social gathering areas while friends and family members are visiting them, in addition to their small living units, which average 49.8 sq. ft. each.
The Residents' Satisfaction on the Facilities and Programs of Community center in Apartment - Focused on the Apartment in Gwang-ju city -
Choi, Young-Joo ; Kim, Mi-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 20, issue 5, 2009, Pages 51~59
The purpose of this study is to suggest the design guide-lines for the community center through the analysis of users' satisfaction on the community facilities and programs. This study was approached by using theoretical investigation, a field survey and a questionnaire survey. The field survey was analyzed the current situations by conducting a housing managers' interview and viewing a blueprint of the community center. The questionnaire survey was tested by examining five different apartment complexes of over 500 households in Gwang-ju, which were all built between 2005 and 2007, 268 users were interviewed for the questionnaire survey. After all the questionnaires were collected, the data was coded and analyzed using the SPSS 12.0 program. Statistics used from data analysis were frequencies, means, standard deviations, one-way ANOVA, t-test, and correlation analysis. To conclusion, the satisfaction and usage of community facilities and programs shows higher for the indoor exercise/sports; such as, yoga, golf, and health programs than others. There is no strong correlation between the location and layout of community facility in apartment complex. However, this study could be a reference data when planning a new community center where plans to have community facilities and programs to satisfy its future users.
Change in the Interface between "Place of Work" and "Place of Living" during the Modernization of the Korean Home and its Spatial Characteristics - The Case Study of Transitional Type in Seoul, 1920's~1940's -
Jun, Nam-Il ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 20, issue 5, 2009, Pages 61~72
The purpose of this study was to examine how the interface between "place of work" and "place of living" in the housing sphere has changed, and to understand its social background. During the korean modernization period, changes in economic structure toward industry has an influence on many aspects of modem life in addition to occupations. The traditional mixing of heterogeneous activities in the home-such as between reproduction and household affairs, first changed into a coexistence of two spaces with different functions within the boundaries of home, and finally into a spatial separation between functions in an urban dimension. As a result of this process, the primary role of the modem home is as a place for relaxation without work. One important kind of home, in which a retail shop is integrated with it, was researched as a transitional form. Its spatial layout showed a various combined usage of both spaces. In conclusion, changes in relevant macro-social aspects are very concretely reflected m the function and spatial organization of the home.
A Study on the Practice Case of the Sustainable Housing Area Planning in Korea
Kim, Myo-Jung ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 20, issue 5, 2009, Pages 73~84
The purpose of this study was to provide basic information about the study of model development of sustainable housing area. This study identified the concept of sustainable development and the principles of the Habitat AgendaII. In the context, the 10 items of it were used to constitute the case study framework. This study found the planning characteristics through the case study of sustainable housing areas m Korea. The case for the study were 91 cases of Livable City Making of government and 43 cases of Urban Village Making of citizen group. And this study searched the missing point in the sustainable development concept of the practice cases. The research findings are as follows. First, the most practice cases had the aim of rehabilitation of the village functions. Second, in the cases of Livable City Making, residents practiced the rule as a participant for changing of their village. Third, in the cases of Urban Village Making, the scale were smaller than government's cases, but they tried the residents' health and welfare. Fourth, many cases applied the concept of sustainable development; environmental, social-cultural and economic sustainability, but some cases missed several principles of the Habitat Agenda.
A Study on Characteristics of Hybrid System on Affordance-based Future Housing using Convergence Technology
Kang, Min-Soo ; Choo, Seung-Yeon ; Park, Yong-Seo ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 20, issue 5, 2009, Pages 85~92
In the coming 21st centuries, words of development of information communication technology among the key words being emerged as an important concern have been talked about frequently and ubiquitous environment that helps human living being networked with humans, objects and environments has been rapidly progressed, influencing significantly over the various fields as well as architectural area. And eventually in this architectural area, the space that is desired to be shown to and experienced by the people could be found in the creation of a space in a new form that has not been existed in this world by utilizing the information communication technology. The future housing delicately add using technology and AR system which is an essential element. The purpose of this study is to production and using each element and develop one-step advanced the hybrid system space. We have to select the best way of the construction future housing.
A Comparative Study on the Spatial Characteristics for Traditional Housing in Modernization Process in Korea and China
Liang, Fei ; Park, Hyeon-Soo ; Yoon, Hea-Kyung ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 20, issue 5, 2009, Pages 93~102
Housing is a cultural tool which enables one to see through a certain generation, and the types of housing in a specific cultural area are both physical and spiritual results formed by life activities. Therefore, housing, the center area for the human life, is a bowl, putting various meanings of life into the complicated environment. Its formal and spacial variety is a result of interaction in human life. This study analyzes fundamental problems and characteristics of asian traditional housing by comparing those in city of Seoul and Shang-hai. From the results of this study, many differences have been found in traditional housing in Seoul and Shanghai despite of high similarity m culture and ideology. This results from a same Confucian culture that accepts the feng shui theory which has evolved through different environments. Therefore, this study aims to understand housing cultures in two cities by analysing the attributes of housing data from selected traditional housing types in Seoul and Shanghai. Also, issues of fundamental characteristics of the two cities through the development of residential environment are studied to provide important data for the future development of housing environment of both cities.
A Study on the Development Profit from the Redevelopment Area of New Town Project by Developing Agencies - In Case of the Gilreum Newtown 2, 4 District in Seoul -
Kim, Ah-Leum ; Koo, Ja-Hoon ; Kim, Hyun-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 20, issue 5, 2009, Pages 103~112
This New-Town Project has been proposed to improve the environments of deprived residential areas. This paper investigates the distribution levels of the participating parties' monetary surpluses from New-Town Projects through a case study and tentatively suggests political issues and measures. The methodology followed includes a thorough survey of the precedent theories, including a literature review concerning issues and tasks that have been raised since the development was initiated. A general assessment of the complete project is also provided with a broad perspective of the background settings. Secondly, the case study of Gil-Eum will be the focus for identifying the mechanism for the project's profit distribution levels, then for constructing a set of measuring procedures according to the stages of the project and the participating parties. This set of procedures that has been drawn out from recognizing the system, is applied to the target project and measures the amount of profit gained from each stage of the development. This also aids in collating information about the procedural arguments concerning the financial gains of the operations that have been provided. This project falls under the 'Urban and Residential Environment Improvement Act', and based on the results of each stage, the measurement of the profits of the participating parties is analyzed.
A Study on the Stage of Elderly of the Elderly Households for the Elderly Housing
Cho, Sung-Heui ; Jun, Eun-Jung ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 20, issue 5, 2009, Pages 113~122
The purpose of this study is to offer and analysis the stage of elderly in order to improve the quality of living environment of elderly in Korea. Taking into account the retirement age in Korea, those households with people over 60 years old were chosen for the investigation. For the study methods, an examination of documents centering on previous related studies and the analysis of references from the National Statistical Office, from which a general social situation can be clearly obtained, are used. The results are as follows; From viewpoint of the stage of elderly, Parents and children of families mostly live together stage 1 and 2, mostly live separately at stage 3, the rate of living together increases stage 4 and 5. In over stage 4, there are some cases in which the Korean tradition of three generations living under one roof appears as well. The residing period at one place becomes longer as people grow older, which shows clearly the characteristic of 'ageing in place', therefore in order to continue to provide housing support to the elderly, the characteristics of each elderly stage will have to be considered. In the life of the elderly, more and more hobby groups and meetings among the older population have been created, which means that elderly centered social activities will become more various, and facilities and community activated methods will have to be provided accordingly. Elderly people become less adaptable in new housing environments as they get older, therefore the housing has to accommodate their capability to adapt and the degree of aging. The stage of elderly can be used as a basic reference for a more effective solution when planning elderly housing in the future.
A Study on the Elderly Households' Housing Needs for Aging in Places
Lee, Kwang-Soo ; Park, Soo-Been ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 20, issue 5, 2009, Pages 123~132
As society increasingly ages, maintaining an independent lifestyle at home becomes an important issue for older people. This study aims to determine old people's housing needs for maintaining an independent lifestyle despite their health status and living arrangements. A total of 438 residents voluntarily took part in a research questionnaire survey through the quota sampling method. The participants were grouped according to age (60-64, 65-69, 70-74, and over 75), gender (male and female), and house type (apartment houses and others). The results are as follows. (1) The senior residents are mostly within a non occupational, low income, and low subjective living status. (2) They are satisfied with their current residence and hope to manage the rest of their life in the same place. (3) Three out of five residents prefer the apartment housing type to other types of housing. The preferred dwelling size, number of rooms, and preference for use of an extra room all varied depending on gender and housing type as well as whether they were a couple or living alone. (4) The older residents have a higher need for a safety system than do the younger residents. Female residents pay more attention to convenience while male residents pay more attention to safety. The non-apartment residents require more modification to fundamental facilities such as a heating and ventilation system, wind protection, and additional storage than do the apartment residents. This study has thoroughly analyzed request characteristics according to basic qualities of the elderly households.