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Journal of the Korean housing association
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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
Volume 21, Issue 1 - Feb 2010
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The Actual State of Indoor Environment in Solitary Elderly Houses at Rural District during Winter
Choi, Yoon-Jung ; Kim, Yun-Hee ; Kim, Lan-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 3, 2010, Pages 1~9
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.3.001
The purposes of this study were to determine the actual state of indoor environments of solitary elderly houses in the rural district during winter and to analyze the relationship between the influencing factors and indoor physical elements. Field surveys consisted of measurements of physical elements, observations of living factors, and resident's responses in interviews. Field surveys were carried out in 4 houses from
of February to
of March 2008. The elements measured were air temperature, relative humidity, floor temperature, seating-place temperature, CO2 concentration, CO concentration, and illumination. The results showed that the average indoor temperature for houses was
, relative humidity was 30.6~55.4%, floor temperature was
, temperature when seated was
concentration was 1434.6~3305.5 ppm, CO concentration was 2.8~8.4 ppm, and illumination was 31.0~96.7 lux. The residents' clothing values were 1.10~1.78 clo. The environment was evaluated as being in an unsuitable state, and it was revealed that the main reason was the lack of heating and ventilation.
Priority of Residential Choice and Housing Satisfaction among Studio-type Multi-family Housing Dwellers in the City of Gwangju
Kang, Hi-Goo ; Kim, Mi-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 3, 2010, Pages 11~21
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.3.011
The purpose of this study is to gather baseline data on perceived priority of residential choice and housing satisfaction rates among consumers with the aim of using this information for future planning. Self-administered questionnaires were provided to 196 studio-type multi-family housing dwellers in the City of Gwangju from 2009 Apri 5th to 29th. The collected data was used to conduct comparative and descriptive statistical analysis: factor analysis, t-test, one-way ANOVA, correlation analysis. The main findings obtained are as follows: Firstly, in relation to perceived priority of residential choice, dwellers identified seven factors as important. Secondly, in terms of housing satisfaction about a unit room, the respondents identified five factors as important. This study confirmed that there existed passive correlation between priority of residential choice and housing satisfaction among residents in studio-type multi-family housings in Gwangju. It is very necessary to project a studio-type multi-family housing close to transportation for easy access, avoiding commercial districts. Delicate interior and design will attract more female residents as well as fully-equipped parking lots for people who drive to their workplace. According to research on a degree of housing satisfaction, all respondents expressed dissatisfaction with "noise". Therefore, in dealing with construction plans of studio apartment units, from now on, sound proofing facilities are required to reduce the acoustic invasion of privacy, especially, for units with more than two people. In order to satisfy all the demand of residents in studio apartment units, we have to pursue systematic and succeeding research about a studio-type multi-family housing well-fitted for the actual circumstances of local area and suitable for longer stay. To sum up, more research and development will be required for high-class studio-type multiplex housing for sale in dealing with households with financial stability such as two-paycheck couples, so-called DINK, or a professional single person, in the future.
A Study on Community Shared Space Desired by Apartment Residents for Super High Rise Apartment
Kim, Da-Hae ; Lee, Yeun-Sook ; Ahn, Chang-Houn ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 3, 2010, Pages 23~31
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.3.023
High rise apartments and super high rise apartments have recently been widely and rapidly disseminated throughout Korea in a very productively efficient way. Within this process, strategies to enhance communal culture have been absent. The purpose of this research is to examine the requirements for community shared spaces for super high rise apartments as expressed by apartment residents. A questionnaire was developed and a web survey was utilized. The respondents were 247 apartment residents. The results showed that a substantial number of residents desired social interaction. This implies the necessity for the promotion of shared spaces. In terms of the possible preferred locations of most possible shared spaces, including sports related space, childcare space, educational space, elderly space, residents' gathering space, and administration space, the lobby proved to be the most popular. Other diverse locations, however, also seemed promising. In conclusion, the residents' desires indicated possibilities of a vertical community culture due to the diverse desires for community spaces. This can be used as evidence to facilitate the vertical community of super high rise apartments.
A Study on the Extension Remodeling Method of Apartment Building Stock
Choi, Jae-Pil ; Kang, Hyo-Jeong ; Lee, Yoon-Jae ; Lee, Jung-Won ; Moon, Jun-Sik ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 3, 2010, Pages 33~40
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.3.033
Apartments have been the most prevalent type of housing in Korea for the past few decades. During those times, apartments have emerged as one of the most attractive real estate properties in Korea, with the still growing population living in them. Now that over twenty years have passed since the 1970s and 1980s when apartment construction started booming, building stocks are increasing that need refurbishment. In this concern, apartment extension has raised public interest for the past few years, as the remodeling of them has mainly been considered in terms of increasing asset value in Korea. It comes through in our study that these extension types are examined by such items as building core types, number of rooms and front and rear bays in unit, and other design features related to extension techniques. The objective of this study is to suggest a way to produce the best quality possible of unit plan through extension.
A Classification of Multi-habitation and Site Survey of the Related Lifestyles
Choi, Jung-Min ; Kang, Jin-Man ; Son, Hye-Mi ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 3, 2010, Pages 41~52
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.3.041
The purpose of this study is to clarify multi-habitation, a new phenomenon in which inhabitants in urban areas reside in primarily condominiums on weekdays and retreat to dwellings in rural areas on weekends, and to examine the various life styles related to multi-habitation. Through the interviews and site surveys, three major subtypes of multi-habitation were identified to support the theoretical framework: interchange style, sedentary style, and special style. Findings include that first, in order to discuss multi-habitation, the terms primary home and secondary home are introduced. Based on the concept of primary home and secondary home, a variety of multi-habitation can be described using spatial locations in urban and rural areas. Second, systematic deregulation for the second home ownership should be made to promote citizens' interchange. Also urban residents should make more efforts to integrate into rural communities. Third, for some remote areas such as Cheju Island, it is observed that multi-habitation is limited by cost, time, and lifestyle.
The Checklist Based on Stored items of Cooking for Kitchen Furniture Design
Kim, Sun-Joong ; Kwon, Myung-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 3, 2010, Pages 53~65
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.3.053
The purpose of this study is to develop a checklist based on the stored items of cooking, for making a good kitchen furniture reseach. The research candidates are purposive sampled from 30 households of for 40 or 50 pyeong-type apartments in Kangnam, Seoul, The research data are is collected gotten at by a field study of the stored items of cooking, eating and utility area, by an in-depth interview to 30 households, and by a field survey of the department stores, super-markets of home appliances. Studied households in average hold about 890 items, which are classified as 239 sorts. The first step of making the checklist is to categorize items into 9 biggest categories, considering the usage of items and the stage of the preparing the food. when the item was used. Second step of making the checklist is to categorize the items into 31 smaller categories, which reflect the shape of items, the storage style and the place of storage. Third step of making the checklist is to sort the items into smallest categories by the frequency of the usage, storage type, and the additional capacity of the item. Even Although items are sorted into the same level of categories, the frequency of use make a different storage area. Also, the storage style of the items was different according to the storage area. Based on these factors, we suggested a checklist based on the stored items of cooking.
A Basic Study on the Optional Composition for Apartment Housing Design
Cho, Sung-Heui ; Lee, Eun-Joo ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 3, 2010, Pages 67~76
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.3.067
The purposes of this study are to understand residents' needs in regard to living space and to suggest how to provide layout options for the infill, based on their needs, so that the residents can change their living space to suit their own need. This study analyzed residents' needs in terms of living spaces through literature reviews on apartment remodeling and related previous studies. The results are as follows: First, the residents remodeled the various infill, and remodeling works are then classified into five infill groups according to the flexible features: 1) structural elements, such as flooring, ceilings, interior walls, and windows/doors; 2) equipment elements, such as lighting and electricity, electrical wiring, heating arrangements, and water supply & drainage systems: 3) finishing material elements, such as finishing materials for floors, walls, and ceilings, skirting boards, moldings, and art walls; 4) furniture elements, such as built-in wardrobes, storage closets, and kitchen cabinets; and 5) bathroom facility elements such as faucets and sinks. Second, based on the remodeling features, four ways to provide options can be suggested. 1) options are provided for each room; 2) options are provided in connection with structural elements; 3) options are provided for each finishing material element; and 4) options are provided with the combinations of different bathroom facilities.
Satisfaction Level & Improvement Priority of Community Environment According to the Development Concepts of Residential Complexes - The Case of The 3 Residential Complexes in Cheongju Area -
Lee, Sang-Un ; Park, Kyoung-Ok ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 3, 2010, Pages 77~86
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.3.077
This study has the purpose to reveal the differences of residents' satisfaction level & demand of community environment and recognized residents' improvement priority of community environment at 3 complexes at the big city in the provinces. The 3 residential complexes had differentiated developmental concepts; the residence-oriented complex, the residence-government mixed complex with an eco-friendly concept, and the outskirt residence-industry mixed complex. Followings are the results of the study. 1) The satisfaction of residents in the community environment correlates with the increasing convenience facilities after construction. In the new outskirt complexes of smaller cities, dissatisfaction occurs more with public transportation rather than the road system, so that efficient public transportation systems, inner and neighboring areas, is requisite. 2) Even in the residence-oriented complex, the education environment does not entirely account for satisfaction level; the green environment is also second in priority after the education environment. In the residence-government mixed complex with an eco-friendly concept, a good natural environment does not entirely account for satisfaction level; education environment is also second in priority after the natural environment. The supply of sufficient schools may be fulfilled in the ways of reform of the education zone with neighboring existing residential areas. In the outskirt residence-industry mixed complex of smaller cities, priority was placed more on the location and convenience; this explains the complex's poor access to downtown.
The Influence of Air Pollution Level on Resident's Evaluation and Cognition for Indoor Environment in Ulsan
Yoo, Bok-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 3, 2010, Pages 87~94
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.3.087
The aim of this study was to evaluate the influence of air pollution level in industrial and residential district of Ulsan on resident's evaluation and cognition for indoor environment. The evaluation of air pollution materials (as
, CO, PM10) were investigated to understand the distributional characteristics in survey area, and air quality monitoring data from 2007 to 2009 were used. The data was applied in a realtime measurement of industrial and residential area respected to difference of the pollution level in Ulsan. The questionnaire of this survey for resident's cognition was to find out characteristics on perception of indoor environment and outdoor air quality recognition based on the distinct characteristics of the areas. The results of this study shows that resident's satisfaction at clean level outdoor air and indoor environment were different whether it was residential area or industrial area and outdoor air pollution level has direct influence on resident's satisfaction in indoor environment.
An Analysis of Important Design Factors for Rising of Qualitative Level and Revitalization in the Public Open Spaces
Chae, Du-Byeong ; Lee, Joo-Hyung ; Song, Hee-Yeal ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 3, 2010, Pages 95~104
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.3.095
The purpose of this study was to found that the important design reform points for improvement of the public open space quality. For this purpose, surveyed the users of the public open space and the experts working for the public open space planning for the design elements of the public open spaces in terms of importance and satisfaction. The scope of the study was limited to Mapo-gu, Seoul and the buildings constructed since 1992 were sampled. the data collected were subject to Importance-Performance Analysis. As a result, 'waste boxes, vending machines and other amenities', 'characteristic floor and pedestrian environment', 'designs and their layout in harmony with the surrounding and landscape facilities', 'facilities checking and patrol for safety' and 'entire area of the public open space'. Based on the above findings, the following reform measures are put forwards for improvement of the public open space quality; First, the public open spaces should be equipped with sufficient amenities. Second, it is necessary to check the facilities regularly, while enhancing the safety through patrols. Third, it is essential to reflect user's needs in public open space planning, while applying the important design elements to the public facilities. Fourth, in order to create a comfortable pedestrian environment within the public open space, it is deemed necessary to divide the space into the passages for passers-by and the recesses for uses. Fifth, it is necessary to amend the Building Code to the effects that the radio of the landscaped area to the entire area can be readjusted together with the night lighting facilities. Sixth, it is desirable to give the weights to the important design elements for the public open spaces, so that the quality public open spaces can benefit from the incentives. In addition, regular maintenance and management should be ensured by policies.
A Study on the Survey Methods of Needs for Ubiquitous Home Services by Elderly Residents - Focused on Examining the Effectiveness of PBS and WBS -
Kwon, Oh-Jung ; Lee, Yong-Min ; Ha, Hae-Hwa ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 3, 2010, Pages 105~114
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.3.105
Recently, Web-based Survey has attempted to overcome the limitations of Paper-based survey. This method is more effective in costs and time use than traditional methods, also help respondents to understand and interest in the survey. Especially for the elderly, web-based survey is effective survey tool, because audio-visual material could be provied. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of two kinds of methods which were web-based survey and paper-based survey, focused on elderly residents' needs for ubiquitous home service. The participants were older than 60 and divided into 2 groups, web-based survey and paper-based survey, each group was controlled over by age, gender, computer skill. For this study, elderly residents conducted a survey passed through 2 steps, the first was residents' needs for ubiquitous home services, the second was an evaluation of survey methods. Finding were as follows : first, there was no difference between the two groups in needs for ubiquitous home service, so survey itself can not make a difference in survey results. Second, respondents of web-based survey were more interested in and felt easier about method that they conducted than ones of paper-based survey. Finally, Web-based survey will be more effective method to be figure out the need of the elderly who are familiar with computer.
The Development of Maintenance Process in Long-Life Housing
Ji, Jang-Hun ; Kim, Soo-Am ; Yoon, Sang-Cho ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 3, 2010, Pages 115~124
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.3.115
The environment which has been destroyed for the national growth since 1960's would seem to offer infinite resources to human, but now, the existence of human being is threatened by the development thoughtless for the environment. The World Powers have concentrated on green growth with eco-friendly resource since the end of 20th century. Korea suggested that the vision was the low carbon for green growth in 2008. It is necessary to supply Long-Life Housing in the green technology in terms of the sustainable housing development based on various life style, life cycle of the residences, the restrain remodeling and redevelopment in construction. This study is aim to establish the development of maintenance process to make continuous inhabitation of Long-Life Housing that has the separated SI for maintenance, durability, variability and remodeling. The maintenance for Long-Life Housing is very important to have more than 50~70 years the long term of life cycle in comparison with Housing. Also, the roles of manager and user are important parts in Long-Life Housing. The present maintenance for Housing is shift and repair works by the routine maintenance and demage. However, The maintenance for Long-Life Housing should consider movement and flexibility. In addition, Long-Life Housing requires the proper process of maintenance because it is different from Housing in housing concept, design and constructions stage. Therefore this study shows the efficient maintenance process for Long-Life Housing.
Estimating Housing Demands and Setting Out Suitable Housing Policies for a Metropolitan City of Daegu
Cho, Deuk-Hwan ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 3, 2010, Pages 125~134
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.3.125
The purpose of this study is to estimate the housing demands in order to address a suitable housing policy for a metropolitan city of Daegu in South Korea. Although the population of Daegu declines, a number of households increase since a number of people per households decrease. Currently a household with four people is a main housing type, however it is expected that a household with one or two increase. In 2017, a household with one will be dominant. Estimating housing sizes and their demand, the households below
gradually decline while those over
is expected to rise. Nevertheless, the demands for the house below
in its size increase at 39.2 per cent. Currently a house with
is being constructed. In particular, that of
gradually increases. The current trends may result in the widening gaps between the household demand and supply of Daegu. Therefore, it is recommended that relevant local authorities and developers should consider providing various house sizes by taking the current housing demand of Daegu into account.