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Volume 21, Issue 6 - Dec 2010
Volume 21, Issue 5 - Oct 2010
Volume 21, Issue 4 - Aug 2010
Volume 21, Issue 3 - Jun 2010
Volume 21, Issue 2 - Apr 2010
Volume 21, Issue 1 - Feb 2010
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The Extraction for each Design phase using Environment-Friendly Design Factors by In-depth Evaluation of Experts in social housing
Choi, Young-Oh ; Choi, Moo-Hyuck ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 1, 2010, Pages 1~9
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.1.001
Housing problems in city have being caused social contradiction that contains social discord and conflict between poor and rich. And they have raised one of social problems including a disequilibrium of demand and supply, a housing trouble, and a poor residential environment. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to suggest to the improvement of social housing that exposes to a poor environment for social integration. For this, this study is to extract environmental-friendly design factors for each building phase by in-depth evaluation of experts, and to analyze the problems of domestic social housing and environment-friendly design factors considered prior literature. The results as follow. It might be considered highly phase of schematic design, The building construction, and performance management having factors. Specially, it analyzed to 'Living Environment', 'Economic Efficiency', and 'renewable Energy Systems' should be considered highly. Ultimately, this study would be reconsidered the improvement of social housing proposed by the Government for the social outcast.
The Research on the Kitchen Spatial Structure in the Rural China Korean Ethnic Group and Their Cooking and Dietary Way - Concentrating on the Countryside of China Korean Ethnic Group in the Three Provinces of NortheastChina -
Jin, Ri-Xue ; Park, Yong-Hwan ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 1, 2010, Pages 11~21
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.1.011
The house of the China Korean ethnic group in the countryside, kitchen is one of the most important rooms, which works for cooking, warming, and storage. Besides, it has some complementary functions such as washing and showering. The spatial structure of the kitchen is divided into three types, 'jeongji', 'walkway' and 'independent' one. Those houses which are near Korea peninsula mainly belong to the 'jeongji' type; whereas those houses which are in the inland of Jilin, Heilongjiang and Liaoning Provinces mainly are 'walkway' and 'independent' types. The main constituents of the kitchen include pots and pans, water supply and sewerage, fuel and storage etc. The differences among these constituents lead to the geographic differences in the aspect of cooking method and dietary culture, and finally the different kitchen spatial characters are manifested.
A Study on the Change to the Elevation and Roof of the Standard Rural-House Design After 1990's
Hwang, Yong-Woon ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 1, 2010, Pages 23~30
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.1.023
The purpose of this study is to analyze the elevations of standard rural house designs after the 1990's. Various types of analysis were carried out on a total of 18 different sizes and 50 types of designs with p'yong sizes ranging from 12 to 44. The objects of analysis are the various elevations & the roof types that were supplied in the standard rural house design according to each year 1995 (8 sizes 20 types), 1997 (8 sizes 8 types), 1998 (l size 8 types), 2000 (2 sizes 4 types), 2001 (2 sizes 4 types), and 2004 (3 sizes 6 types). Results from the analysis demonstrate that (1) The gable roof has been used as the roofing type for standard rural house design since 1990. However the roof types of the standard rural house design includes only a few different types of gable roofs and roof materials(most roof types use asphalt shingle). (2) While most front elevations have been altered from asymmetrical to symmetrical most rear elevations have evolved from symmetrical to asymmetrical proportions since the 1990's (3) While siding materials and red-brick were most commonly used the main outer-wall materials prior to 2000, environmentally-friendly materials have been used as outer-wall materials since 2000. (4) In terms of the analysis of outer-wall objects before 2000 the walls were even, yet after 2000 these outer-walls evolved to become concave-convex walls. In other words, the evolution of the outer-wall has included a variety of wall types.
The Characteristics of Living Behavior and Using Furniture and Home Appliances by Elderly-Headed Households
Kwon, Oh-Jung ; Lee, Yang-Min ; Ha, Hae-Hwa ; Shin, Hye-In ; Kim, Hyung-Woo ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 1, 2010, Pages 31~42
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.1.031
The purpose of this study was to analyze behavioral patterns of elderly residents and to identify the characteristics of using furniture and home appliances by elderly-headed households. For this purpose, field studies that included observation and open-ended interview were conducted with 52 elderly-headed households. The major findings of this study were as follows: elderly-headed households need home appliances with lighter body, lower capacity and simple functions. Furniture for elderly people should be designed to minimize the inconvenience of using western style furniture, also the behavior patterns which are important to the elderly like taking medicine have to be considered. And it is necessary to design furniture and equipments properly to prevent accidents happened in housing. Lastly, because the elderly relies heavily on watching TV, it will be desirable to apply TV-friendly devices such as home networking and home automation. Research results will be useful information on product design to reflect characteristics of elderly and follow-up studies associated with each furniture and appliances and specific living behavior are needed.
The Demands for Housing Regeneration of the Permanent Rental Apartment Dwellers - With Special Reference to Man-soo 7 Complex in Incheon -
Kim, Mi-Hee ; Park, Byong-Gyu ; Noh, Se-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 1, 2010, Pages 43~51
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.1.043
The purpose of this study is to collect baseline data about the demands for housing regeneration of the permanent rental apartment dwellers. Self-administered questionnaires and interviews were provided to 144 dwellers in Incheon Man-soo 7 complex from 2008 December 29th to 31 st. The collected data was used to conduct comparative and descriptive statistical analysis: frequency, t-test, and
-test. The main findings are as follows: 1. House repairing and papering is most common used service by respondents. They also have much need for economic support. 2. Residents were satisfied with general environment of house. This survey shows that the highest satisfaction was about using food waste disposal sites, and the lowest satisfaction was about soundproof facilities on the other hand, among the questions. 3. Dwellers wanted to remodeling such as bathroom, restroom, a flower garden, space of landscape architecture. More than half dwellers preferred to leave among themselves living at permanent rental apartment as it is. 4. There is important difference in the demands of housing regeneration as the family trait, and variables of those were nuclear family or elderly, handicapped-family.
A Study on Statistical Characteristics of Space Dimension of 60 m
, 85 m
Size Apartment Plan Types in Seoul
Kim, Min-Kyoung ; Yoon, Chae-Shin ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 1, 2010, Pages 53~65
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.1.053
Apartment buildings represent the most typical patterns of housing in Korea. The present plans are very different from the previous ones when they appeared for the first time. Although apartment unit plans has changed drastically, they can be classified into several categories. Apartment unit plans reflects the demands of living activities and space dimensions of unit plans have the characteristics of diachronic continuity and carry the values of living culture. Thus this study aims to provide the statistical dimensional data of each room that can be actually used for the design of unit plans by sub-grouping typical unit plans. The statistical data of this study showed that apartment unit plans are shifting from 2bay/3room type to 3bay/3room type in 1990s. It is very peculiar that the typical unit plan of
area becomes to resemble that of
area. The space arrangement of typical unit plans of both
area is almost identical while only their space dimensions differ slightly. As the mean/mode/median values of space dimensions in a typical unit plan are converging into a range of narrow margin, space dimensions of typical unit plan are contended to be strictly regular. The statistical numeric data of various space dimensions provided in this paper can be applied practically to the design of apartment unit plans for low income class people who are disprivileged in the society.
Effectiveness of "Village Image Construction Tool Kit" in the Residents Workshop of a Housing Improvement Area
Lee, Yeun-Sook ; Kim, Ju-Suck ; Jung, Eun-Jung ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 1, 2010, Pages 67~77
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.1.067
Citizen participation in local redevelopment has recently been regarded as essential, since progress in democracy and diversified public interests have contributed to more importance being placed on citizen participation in the implementation of public policies. While the importance of resident participation has been increasingly emphasized in principle, in reality more effort is still required in its application. We need to develop practical strategies of collecting community opinion in order to reflect it in public policy, if we are to achieve a resident and citizen-centered society. The purpose of this study is to develop an image map construction tool that can be applied to the "Maul-Mandulgi" projects as a visualized method to facilitate the exchange of opinions and work toward agreements. The tool is intended to assist public discussion by visualizing policies and plans and reducing the possibility of misunderstanding, so that residents can properly respond to the plans. Second, this study will verify the effectiveness of the tool in the application to local community workshops. The main research method is participant observation method and field study. Major findings are as follows, First, every resident who had participated in previous workshops gathered together, used the tool and represented their opinions unusually more than once. Each resident tried to make sure that other participants appropriately understood his or her opinion. The workshop finished when all participants agreed and produced a consensus. The workshop took much less time, which is in stark contrast to previous workshops in which it took significantly more time to collect opinions. Second, it proved that residents in the redevelopment area can strike a broad agreement by themselves on a method and direction for residential improvement. In previous workshops, conflicts between residents developed over the choice between the two methods, of local improvement and total demolition prior to multi-housing construction. In this study, opinions of residents were not limited to the two methods by finding a winwin solution. Third, the use of the tool kit for image map became efficient for inactive residents to develop their own opinions in regard to the direction and orientations of the residential improvement process. In addition, for those who have either no or a slight understanding of the residential improvement projects, the tool can provide access to information and knowledge. This study concludes that the developed tool for imaging of the redevelopment projection like a design game, rather than using forms of text and speech, can be a useful tool in collecting opinions and forming an agreed opinion for forthcoming residential improvement plans.
A Study on the Design Characteristic about Public Space of Privately-built Apartment Housing after the Enforcement of Price Deregulation - Focused on the high rise apartment in Daegu -
Seo, Hee-Sook ; Lee, Sang-Hong ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 1, 2010, Pages 79~88
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.1.079
The purpose of this study is to examine the design characteristic about the public space of privately-built apartment housing after the enforcement of price deregulation in Daegu. The public space of the multi-family housing is monotonous and closed according to the position of an elevator and a stair hall by the 1990's. However, the housing has been gentrified since 2000 because of demands of residents and purpose for selling in lots. Thus, the recognition of the apartments has changed and this change has led to extend the living territory and magnify the role of the public space where help interact with neighbors. This study is based on the survey of thirty nine apartment complex. Also, by using an analysis derived from a precedent study, design elements in approach and interior space of apartment residents are comprehended. The characteristic of the porch is researched and divided according to a roof of porch, form as the door, material of roof, wall, the ceiling and floor. Interior space is analyzed by several elements; forms of core, forms, materials and lights of ceiling, materials of walls and floors, existence and nonexistence of windows, and extra interior components etc. As a result of the study, After the enforcement of price deregulation, the public space of apartments has had improved quality in materials and design and the community center for residents such as waiting rooms and spots facilities has appeared. However, the traffic line of interior space has been very intricate. Also, sports facilities and waiting areas are limited to some apartments.
A Study on the Growing Trend of Multi-habitation and its Demand Analysis
Choi, Jung-Min ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 1, 2010, Pages 89~101
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.1.089
The purpose of this study is to investigate the concept, the necessity, and the increase of popularity of multi-habitation, a new life style in which inhabitants in urban areas reside in primarily condominiums during weekdays and retreat to dwellings in rural areas on the weekends. This paper also focuses on finding implication messages from analyzing the demand of multi-habitation in a survey which was conducted for 735 people who live in Seoul and the surrounding metropolitan areas in July 2009. Analysis of literature shows that based on five aspects (population structure, social economy, lifestyle, tourism, and housing market) this dynamic lifestyle, multi-habitation, is believed to be common in South Korea, and may increase in popularity in the near future. The results of the survey illustrate that the respondents show high interest in multi-habitation, and their most preferred locations are the green areas around the Seoul metropolitan area, which are one to two hours away by car. Moreover, regarding the participants' preferences in rural areas they were classified into three groups; those who want to reside in a nature environment, those who want to reside near family and in a close community, and those who want to reside in an environment that has essential facilities and easy accessibility.
Study on the check list composition at Sustainable building strategies and Design methods of Long-life housing
Han, Nam-Soo ; Lee, Young ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 1, 2010, Pages 103~112
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.1.103
This Study is about the check-List composition for 'Low carbon green growth' of Long-life housing. That utilization for required the check-list composition at Sustainable building strategies and Design methods. That for long life housing, sustainable building strategies part of building construction and interior, the proper foundation for legislative system, maintenance methods with in building life cycle, sustainable and green architecture capability realization prepare for connection plan with 'Low carbon-green growth'. Extracting from elements of Architectural planing answer to basic concept of Low carbon-green growth and aimed at Low carbon scheme for energy saving, green growth scheme for environmental conservation as to each application purpose reconstitute by classify Check-list category about elements of Architectural planing. Through this architectural research deduce elements of architectural planing that can be research utilization with in Check-list composition.
The Research of Plans for Modernization in the traditional design factors, Aimed at Long Life Housing - Focused in the Infill System for Composition of Indoor Space -
Han, Nam-Soo ; Lee, Young ; Park, Woo-Jang ; Park, Joon-Young ; Ryu, Dong-Soo ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 1, 2010, Pages 113~121
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.1.113
This research is aimed at the development of Long Life Housing, which can realize sustainable construction and environment. It also promotes practical use of Long Life Housing with evaluation of the field application through Mockup House. This research is one of the important tools to realize Long Life Housing and deducts various traditional design's element technology to cope with demands of change of life cycle and style of residents. this study set three elements of plans for modernization in the traditional design factors that opening, wall and bottom as space composition elements of interior facts. first, Jang-ji wall and storage wall system separated from elements of wall that applied modernize elements of the wall. second, element of opening was restructure swing-lift-up opening system into modernize. third, maru and toet-maru system separated from elements of bottom that was applied modernize elements of the bottom. each elements segregation with four types as basic type, separate type, movable type and mixed type. This research make a proposal of plans for modernization in the traditional design factors, aimed at Long Life Housing through these four types blend. In addition, it points to promote realization of the sustainable 'Korea-style Long Life Housing' through modernization.
A Study on the Characteristics of Space Utilization after converting of Residential District in a New Development Area - Focused on Dunsan of Daejeon City -
Park, Jung-A ; Kang, In-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 1, 2010, Pages 123~130
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.1.123
The purpose of this study is to find the characteristics of space utilization and the problems that follows after converting in a new developmental residential area. This study used the content-analysis method and analysis was made on the floor plans for 95 different conversion cases. Above all, 190 unit plans (the unit plans for conversion before and after) were analyzed. The results of this study were as follows; 1) There were 8 types of conversion according to such usages as residential, commercial and residential-commercial buildings. 2) In the case of conversions, from residential to commercial, there was a tendency each floor was integrated to exclusive use for commercial or commercial with small portions of residential usage. And in the case of conversions from commercial to residential, there was a tendency that all space of each floor were changed to exclusive usages for residential purposes. 3) In case of usage conversion from commercial to residential, there were constraints for balcony installation, because of its original lot-structure and building equipments. Also, when the basement was converted for residential purpose, there was no possibility for an extra lighting or ways to ventilate the area.
Actual Proof Study on the Participated Design Stands & Improvement Direction of Village Creation supported by local government - Case study of Cheonranam-do & Haenam-gun in South Korea -
Yoo, Chang-Geun ; Park, Sung-Jin ; Song, Tae-Gab ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 1, 2010, Pages 131~139
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.1.131
This study aims to examine the type of residents' participation in village making including the case of "Making Happiness Village" -in the Jeollanam-do province and "Village Making" -in Haenam-gun. The study examines the potential and effects of these projects, draws conclusions and suggests the future direction of village making projects. The results of this study are summarized below. "Making Happiness Village" should be evaluated in detail as it has contributed to the successful and development of traditional Korean residential culture, and has helped to activate and develop agricultural and fishing villages through the improvement of the residential environment and attraction of urban people into the rural area. It also showed the possibility of a project to be settled as a representative of Namdo satisfying the demand for sustainable development. In order to enhance the integrity of a village making project, its master plan must be established and utilized by considering the current status and characteristics of a village, improving its physical environment and seeking a method for economic activation. Policy and economic support from central government and local governments are also required for such a project. The residents' autonomous organization,necessary for unifying the residents' capacity, must organize their own group, such as "Residents' Conference for Village Making (tentative name)" to integrate the existing organizations (women's association, youth group, etc) and establish a conference system to discuss and solve the current issues of the village.
Establishment of the Social Environment to Active Communities in Apartment Housing
Park, Kyoung-Ok ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 1, 2010, Pages 141~150
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.1.141
The purpose of this study is to suggest a social environment to active communities in apartment housing, on the basis of the residents' different social environments of two apartment complexes having their own respective community spaces. A questionnaire was responded by 434 housewives residing in the two apartment complexes which have their own respective space usage and programs in the community spaces larger than is legally specified. The questionnaire comprised items such as neighborhood consciousness, social intercourse, needs of community program diversity. The frequency analysis, the t-test, ANOVA, chi-square analysis were used for the comparison of characteristics of the two apartment complexes. The results of the social environment are as follows. The neighborhood consciousness, social intercourse of residents, and their attitude for participation in the common activities differed according to the residents' socio-demographic characteristics (age, education, number of family, average household income), complex distinctions (presence of clubs, community spaces, and community programs), and the attitude of constructors to foster it. Residents' participation rate and their participation intention showed positive correlation.
A Study on the Evaluation for Elderly Housing Environment - Countent Analysis of Elderly Housing Environment Literature Issued after 2000 -
Shin, Hwa-Kyoung ; Lee, Joon-Min ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 1, 2010, Pages 151~159
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.1.151
This study was conducted to develop standards for evaluating what extant the physical environments of housing which can cope with the needs of the aging society. This study was consisted through literature investigation research mainly, and research target literature limits keyword to elderly housing environment and chose connected domestic various literatures. The study are as follows; First, in outdoor only area from design environment element accessibility, and safety emphasized from equipment element, health of community territory was expose from design'environment element that supportiveness is emphasized from equipment element. Second, in living room safety emphasized from design' environment element in bedroom and bathroom of indoor individuation space, vestibule, balcony supportiveness, health was expose that is emphasized kitchen and mess. Also, was expose that supportiveness is emphasized from equipment element of all individuation spaces. Third, was expose that design environment element in corridor that is indoor official business space, stair, lobby, elevator and safety from equipment element and supportiveness are emphasized.
A Study of the Evaluating Factors of the Community for the Planning of a Sustainable Housing Complex
Jo, In-Sook ; Shin, Hwa-Kyoung ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 1, 2010, Pages 161~169
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.1.161
In the development of housing estates, 'Sustainable development' is indispensable to achieving quality in our living environments, and to minimize any environmental problems which may threaten our way of life. Developed from the 1970's, sustainable development has become the global paradigm. Determining and improving the community elements of a sustainable housing complex is important in order to improve the quality of life within the housing complex. The purpose of this study is to suggest evaluation factors of sustainability and community for the planning of a housing complex. For this purpose, this study firstly deduce the elements of sustainability and community. In the study, literature research methods are used for data collection. The results of this study are as follows: First, the elements of sustainability are comprised of social, economic and environmental aspects. Second, the elements of community are comprised of hardware, software, and human aspects.
Types of Local Engagement in Retirement Communities - A Content Analysis on CCRC Cases -
Park, Min-Ah ; Lee, Yeun-Sook ; Lee, Soo-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 1, 2010, Pages 171~180
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.1.171
Amongst society's transitional presuppositions towards the future, population aging is the most critical issue in Korea. Immediate attention to devise a countermove is required. One of the major trends appeared in retirement communities of advanced countries is social integration which has been considered as a promising future direction of elderly housing development. This study aims to find out social integration characteristics and to categorize local engagement types of recent retirement communities through the characteristics of sharing common facilities and programs. Data were collected through mainly web site and literature reviews. Contentent analysis technique was used. Ten CCRC cases were selected through web search using the major key words such as 'intergenerational'. As a result, community engagement types were classified into six categories by the degree of sharing both physical and program resources between the retirement community and local area. This type can be utilized to develop alternative housing and retirement community for the older adults as a new model which activates the resident and vitalizes the retirement community through local engagement by physical and social resources.