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Journal of the Korean housing association
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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
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A Study on the Improvement of National Rental Housing for Elderly through the Importance-Performance Analysis - Focused on National Rental Housing for Elderly in Ha-dong, Kim-Jae -
Kim, Sang-Hee ; Moon, Ji-Won ; Kim, Joo-Hyun ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 2, 2010, Pages 1~10
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.2.001
This study aims to propose alternatives to improve the residential environmental of National Rental Housing for Elderly. To proceed the study, we draw elements of plan for apartment housing for Elderly through literature review, explore actual conditions of residential environment on National Rental Housing for Elderly in Ha-dong, Kim-Jae, do IPA analysis using survey data, and finally, propose prior alternatives for the improvement of National Rental Housing for Elderly based on IPA analysis results. In the results, a lot of the planning elements of apartment housing for Elderly was applied for this site. But living conditions of residents need to be improved based on the result that importance (3.55) is higher than performance (3.18). this study is critical in drawing the direction of plan and improvement alternative by surveying actual residents, and will be used as the source for the National Rental Housing for Elderly project.
A Study on the Planning of Exterior Spaces of Housing Complexes Where Landscape View Corridors Were Planned
Kim, Jeong-Gyu ; Lee, Jang-Hyuk ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 2, 2010, Pages 11~18
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.2.011
The purpose of this study is to analyze the exterior space designs of housing complexes where landscape view corridors were planned. In addition, the purpose of the study is to propose reference data for planning and designing a new landscape view corridor. The process of this study is as follows: (1) To understand the role of the landscape view corridor, this study investigated cases of district unit plans and classified the landscape view corridors in terms of the types of functions. (2) To extract analysis items on the exterior space design of housing complexes where landscape view corridors were planned, this study investigated guidelines to be set up for the design of landscape view corridors and the present state of the condition of landscape view corridors. (3) This study analyzed the relationship between the landscape view corridor and the courtyard, the roadway and convenience facilities of the housing complex. This study also proposed reference data for planning a new landscape view corridor and designing the exterior space of a new housing complex.
Research on the Status Inquiry and Complex Characters of Public Facilities for the Community Life Style in Seoul
Suh, Kuee-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 2, 2010, Pages 19~30
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.2.019
The aim of this research is to understand the characteristics and status of existing public facilities, in order to propose the necessary basic materials for the planning and development of improved public facilities to assist communities. Objects of this research are the public facilities provided by the Government throughout the 25gu in Seoul. The methods of this research were carried out through the home page of each facility, telephone inquiries and gujung backseo. Investigations were carried out 3 times between the periods of January-June and September in 2009. Results of the research are as follows - 1) Through the investigations of classifications and distribution status of 5 public facilities over 25gu, quantity supply problems were analyzed. 2) Building distributions of 5 public facilities were classified by types and analyzed. 3) A number of compound facilities were classified and analyzed to determine the complexities of the 5 public facilities. 4) Complex types and characteristics of public facilities in 25gu in Seoul were analyzed. Based on the results of the research, the following conclusions are drawn: 1) Public facilities throughout the 25gu in Seoul have common characteristics and functions and they are spread out evenly in each gu. This means that public facilities are standardized in Seoul. Characteristic public facilities suitable to each gu should be planned accordingly. 2) Public facilities in Seoul show a single form of one facility. Therefore, initiative plans for the complexity of facilities are required. 3) Complex public facilities in Seoul need to be the center of community life in each gu. It is necessary to take into account the diverse life styles and classified needs of residents for complex facilities. Based on the research, complex types such as public administrative+cultural facilities, culture+welfare facilities, medical+welfare facilities can be presented. These complex types should not be classified according to any particular use, but they should be commonly used by diverse generations and every social class. The inquiries of users of public facilities and the programs of each public facility are not included in this research. Thus, the reseaarch limits the proposals for complex public facilities. In the future, the characteristics of each gu in Seoul should be studied and understood, so that appropriate public facilities and their complex plans can be researched continuously and necessarily.
A Study on the Image of a Brand Apartment and Self-Image Consentaneity
Kim, Jin-Hwa ; Lee, Youn-Jung ; Jeong, Jun-Hyun ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 2, 2010, Pages 31~39
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.2.031
The trend in which an apartment is regarded as not only a substantial property or 'residence' but also as a 'means of self-expression' for consumers is increasing in the present housing marketing, and thus, the apartment brand image has become an important field of marketing management. Therefore, the present study aimed to verify the difference between the image of a housing brand and the self-image of consumers in order to propose a singular direction of strategies for the formation of a differentiated brand image. As a result of research, analysis showed that there is a trend in which consumers show a more positive attitude towards a brand apartment that has a brand image closer to an ideal selfimage. Even if this trend is weak, it was confirmed that the consentaneity between a brand image and the self-image of housing products can become a variable having some influence on brand attitude. The survey method compared a brand image and a self-image by using Likert's 5-point scale on the apartment brands of the top three companies according to the study result of a national brand competitiveness index (NBCI). Self-consentaneity was determined by using the distance measurement model of self-consentaneity proposed by Sirgy (1982). The study data was collected from 210 persons and the PASW program was used for statistical data analysis.
Analyzing the Change of Indoor Thermal Environment with the Introduction of the Water Space in Exterior Housing
Oh, Sang-Mok ; Oh, Se-Gyu ; Won, Hyun-Seong ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 2, 2010, Pages 41~48
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.2.041
This study shows how the water space outside the housing impacts the indoor thermal environment. CFD simulation was used for this experiment to analyze the interior environment focusing on the effect of temperature control and the thermal comfort. A shape of perfect square, which creates the very basic space formation, was used and the simulation was processed looking at the size, distance, and the location of the water space. The results of the experiment are as follows. Firstly, introducing a water space with the same floor area size of the simulation model decreased the indoor temperature by 1 Celsius (3.72%). It was determined the interior environment was considered as a comfort zone when the water space was greater than 70% of the floor area. Secondly, there was not much influence to the level of thermal comfort of the interior environment when the distance to the water space from the housing was greater than 2 meters. Lastly, interpreting the location of water space, the effect of controlling the total areas' temperature was the greatest following with the surrounding of the formation. There barely was any change to the temperature considering the side and the rear of the area.
Study on the Changes in Residents’ Perception of Neighborhood in the Surrounding Area after the Housing Complex Development - Focused on the cases in Gwang-Ju -
Lee, Su-Yong ; Oh, Se-Gyu ; Cho, Sung-Woo ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 2, 2010, Pages 49~58
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.2.049
This study aims to examine how residents' perception of Neighborhood in the surrounding area changes to the spatial configuration changes due to co-residential area development in old urban area, and find out the characteristics of the perception changes. The research findings are as follows: First, the results of the spatial configuration changes analyzed by Space Syntax Model show that the integration value is between 0.5 and 0.7, which implies that the development in the old urban area does not contribute to the establishment of hierarchy. When the development takes place with the renewal of streets with consideration of the urban context, however, the integration improves relatively. Second, the actual distance and accessibility due to the street network appear to influence the residents' perception of Neighborhood. After the development, the residents' scope of perception increases on average. Third, the changes in the integration value of the streets after the development appear to influence the residents' scope of perception of Neighborhood. It turns out that there are frequent changes in the residents' scope of perception in the surrounding area around the streets with large increase in integration value, and the perception scope also moves to the center.
A Study on the Maintenance Cost Estimation Model of the Apartment Housing
Lee, Kang-Hee ; Yang, Jae-Hyuk ; Chae, Chang-U ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 2, 2010, Pages 59~67
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.2.059
The maintenance cost plays a important role to plan the scale of the apartment housing such as a number of household, building area and building type. Therefore, it is required to forecast the cost considering various maintenance characteristics. The maintenance characteristics are floor area, number of household, heating type, site area and etc.. In addition, the maintenance cost are classified into 5 area. These are a personal expense, facility maintenance cost, energy and water cost, insurance and sanitary cost. These five cost area are related with various characteristics and brought up the estimation model using the stepwise multiple regression analysis. The energy and heating cost share over the 50% in the total cost and the personal expense cost shares about 40%. The personal expense cost per area is 5,272 won/
irregardless of heating type and the district heating type is a higher cost than other type. In facility maintenance cost, the central heating type is 2,015 won/
and higher than other type. The estimation models have good statistics in each model. Most of the model have a determination coefficient over 0.7 and Durbin Watson value between 1.5 and 2.5.
A Study on the Housing DB Construction of the Elderly Household
Park, Nam-Hee ; Choi, Jae-Soon ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 2, 2010, Pages 69~76
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.2.069
The purpose of this study was to investigate housing DB construction for elderly people. Document research and content analysis methods were used in this study. The major results of this study are as follows. The number of elderly household is increasing very rapidly. In particular, they consist of a single person or a couple. These households prefer to live and age in a detached house. However, the social welfare system does not satisfy their needs. Therefore a systematic social support or welfare system is required to reflect their needs. For example, related works of housing welfare need to be prepared so that their data base system correctly reflects the socio-demographic characteristics and living conditions of the elderly.
A Case Study on Relationship between Environmental Affordance and Holistic Health of the Active Elderly
Lee, Hee-Jin ; Lee, Yeun-Sook ; Lee, Soo-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 2, 2010, Pages 77~86
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.2.077
Korean population is now aging at an unprecedented rate. Fertility decline together with rapid improvements in life expectancy is the dominant demographic trend. As human life and housing environment are inseparably related to each other, the importance of conditions of housing environment for active aging among seniors has been received considerable attention as vital ones to expand the independency period of seniors. The purpose of this case study is to identify relationships between environmental affordance and perceived holistic health of the active elderly living in a retirement community located in Seoul. With spending time personally in the community to observe their lives, the researcher could be in close rapport with the residents. After the period of getting familiar with each other, in-depth individual interview and focus group interview were conducted and then, qualitative analysis was completed. As a result, general evidences showed that perceived seniors' health on the whole was improved physically, socially, and mentally by moving into the community providing appropriate environment affordance with the older adults. The study presents that retirement relocation into an improper environment may be a negative challenge, however, it may positively influence on the health and well-being of those who live there if the environment properly supports seniors‘ needs physically and socially
An Evaluation of Interior Environmental Affordance and User's Satisfaction with Facilities in Senior Centers
Kim, Sun-Kyung ; Kim, Mi-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 2, 2010, Pages 87~99
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.2.087
The aim of this study is to evaluate interior environmental affordance for senior centers, to understand users' satisfaction with the facilities of senior centers, and to determine whether users have different levels of satisfaction with the facilities, according to their suitability to interior environmental affordance of facilities. This study will be used for planning the basic materials of the interior environmental design for senior center facilities and for developing ways to improve interior environments in order for them to be conveniently used. In studying a method, we conducted an observatory check to evaluate interior environment affordance, targeting five senior center facilities and their users located in G Metropolitan city. A questionnaire survey was then conducted to examine senior center users' satisfaction with facilities. This study investigated the suitability of center interior environments on the basis of the tools for interior environmental affordance. As a result of the study, users of the senior centers who are unsuitable to interior environmental affordance, have a tendency to be more dissatisfied with the facilities than the users of the senior centers who are suitable to interior environmental affordance
A study of Improvement for Residential Environment according to Segementation of Residential Zoning
Kim, Dae-Wuk ; Jung, Eung-Ho ; Ryu, Ji-Won ; Cha, Jae-Gyu ; Lee, Jun-Young ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 2, 2010, Pages 101~109
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.2.101
Various environmental problems due to rapid industrialization and urbanization have worsened to such an extent that they threaten the environmental restitution of the globe and become a critical international issue. Korean government has presented the concept of green growth as a new state vision for the next 60 years and is making efforts to solve these environmental problems. Daegu Metropolitan City has faced various environmental problems including overpopulation of the city, traffic pollution, household waste accumulation and the green zone problem because of the increase of urbanization over the last few decades. As such urbanization continues, the quality of residential environments is rapidly deteriorating and the intensive use of the land leads to an increase of building area, raising the temperatures of cities. There have therefore been demands for healthy, pleasant and satisfying residential environments and for the improvement of existing residential environments, and this demand has been fully recognized by society. Nevertheless, current residential complex developments concentrate only on raising the efficiency of land use. In related laws of the past (Daegu Metropolitan City, Urban Planning Municipal Ordinance as of October 10, 2003) an attempt was made to impose a standard to segmentalize the building-to-land ratio, floor area ratio and regulations of number of floors vertically. However, these laws have now been abolished and the regulations are being eased. The purpose of this study was to analyze the characteristics of the floating wind before and after the vertical segmentation of residential areas (Daegu Metropolitan City, Urban Planning Municipal Ordinance as of October 10, 2003) by using KLAM_21, a model that enables analysis and prediction of the flow and generation of cold wind. The purpose is also to present a plan to improve the quality of residential areas when developing a building lot and redeveloping housing areas.
How to Improve the Environments of Detached Housing Areas with Moderate-quality Infrastructure Effectively in a Case of Daegu City
Cho, Deuk-Hwan ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 2, 2010, Pages 111~122
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.2.111
A regional planning is central to addressing various urban problems surrounding the detached housing areas of a metropolitan city of Daegu. The problems are related with decrease in population, socio-economic issues of redevelopment and a sustainable society, the various housing market and housing rights, and a need to explore a desirable alternative to enhance the civil needs when renovating General Residential Zone. The aim of this paper is to look into a possible method of residents led environmental improvement by surveying the residents' consciousness in low-density residential areas. The residents wish to have a residential parking permit program to be set up in place and financial support for old independent houses and finally for lampposts and CCTV to be installed by the administrative assistants. The 75.7 per cent residents who inhabit in the low-density residential areas wish that a residential environmental improvement plan is required and the population at 65.9 per cent could consider a need for the citizens to participate in the residential improvement. 70.3 per cent answered that a consultative group of inhabitants is needed to be built, while 40.5 per cent expressed that they would like to participate in that group in case the group is set up. The possibility of productive residential improvement via resident participation in the low-density residential areas is high, as long as small various environmental improvement projects are created, a resident-consultative group formed, and finally a residential improvement plan is addressed in a comprehensive way.
A Study on the Characteristics of the Number of Family Members Affecting Housing Size Choice
Lee, Joo-Hyung ; Lim, Jong-Hyun ; Kang, Nam-Hoon ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 2, 2010, Pages 123~132
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.2.123
The housing market requires customized housing to be supplied according to the various characteristics of households. Multinominal Logistic Regression was used to analyze the effects of variables of household characteristics according to the number of family members on the choice of housing size in the scope of the whole country's housing market. Analysis showed that the number of family members has its own characteristics. When a household has a smaller number of family members, there are more variables affecting choice of housing size. Living and housing expenses variables served as significant variables that affect all household types. Results showed that households with more living and housing expenses are more likely to choose a large sized house and where households have a greater number of family members, there is more influence on that choice. The age of the householder was only found to be a meaningful variable in 1-2 person households and 3-4 person households, particularly in the choice of a small or large sized house. This shows that the age of the householder does not play an important role in choosing medium sized houses for households of under 4 people, but affects the choice of small and large sized houses. The academic ability of household members also served as a significant variable. While 1-2 person households with high academic ability tend to select a large sized house, 3-4 person households with high academic ability tend to select a small sized house. It is observed that members of both 1-2 person households and 3-4 person households tend to select their house between a large sized house and a small sized house in order to own their own houses. The result of this research suggests that there are various and detailed variables on the choice of housing size. Especially, a notable result is that household characteristics more significantly affect the housing size choice of 1-2 person households, while the trend of an aging society will more significantly affect a 3-4 person households' choice of a large sized house. Therefore, a study on the choice of housing size according to characteristics of elderly households and 1-2 person households should be continually analyzed.
Characteristics of the Uses and Exterior Design of Balconies in Urban Housing - Focusing on the Balconies from the Ancient Times to the 19th Century with a Culture-historical Perspective -
Jee, Soo-In ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 2, 2010, Pages 133~144
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.2.133
The purpose of this study is to analyze the uses and exterior design of the balconies in urban housing from the ancient times to the 19th century. In doing so, the paper seeks to investigate the cultural identity of the balcony in urban housing. The results are as follow. First, in the urban housing the balcony space were made for protection from the heat, light and ventilation; gardening; views toward the streets, city, waterside, inner court, domain for men; breathing french air; watching ceremony, festivals and events; simple houseworks like drying, carpet cleaning and hair coloring; lever installation and fire escape. Second, as part of exterior design the typical projecting characteristic of the balconies was emphasized and they became an impotent decorative element. The monotonous facade changed to a lively design with a rhythmical sense. On the facade the effects of horizontal movement, symmetry or asymmetry from the main entrance, and the center-projection (rialto) were created. In the urban housing the balconies were used for cultural activities which supplement and enlarge the function of the interior space, and moreover the rich effects of the facade contributed to the creation of attractive urban landscape.