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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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Chronological Analysis of the Accessibility Change of Outdoor Space in Apartment Complexes Using Space Analysis Method
Choi, Jae-Pil ; Byun, Na-Hyang ; Kim, Min-Seok ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 4, 2010, Pages 1~9
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.4.001
Since the active enhancement of large-scale apartment development in 1970, apartment complexes in Korea have shown considerable changes throughout, with respect to its planning and design. Depending on the government legislations, and economical and social issues of its time, apartments have been designed to respond to varying demands of the society; from minimal unit design to overall masterplan. As existing researches regarding development of apartment planning are conducted in individual and distinct manner, not only is it difficult to find cases of an overall critical analysis of apartment complexes, it is also rare to look for research that deals with a greater urban context, nor the geographical location of the site. With specific focus on apartments in the metropolitan, the focus of this research lies in critically analyzing the qualities of outdoor spaces within an apartment complex, its generational change and interpreting the value it holds for the society. With regards to analyzing its outdoor features, the core of this study deals with applying space syntax, based on the configurational properties of spatial constituents. The results of this research have some implications that the accessibility change of apartment outdoor spaces was examined through quantitative analysis, and the changes of it by time were clarified in detail. And objective and quantitative approaches were employed for an alternative to the methods used in existing related researches.
A Study on Effects of Urban Growth Management Style Urban Regeneration of the Mixed Use Building in Seoul
Kim, Ok-Yeon ; Han, Yong-Suk ; Lee, Chon-Ki ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 4, 2010, Pages 11~22
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.4.011
In the urban area where rapid suburbanization trend continues, the role of mixed use building is controversial. It is argued that the mixed use building is an effective tool to recover residential function of urban core(urban regeneration). It is also argued that the building is a cause of serious urban problems, such as congestion, public service shortages. The fundamental purpose of this study is to examine the role of mixed use building in terms of urban growth management in Seoul. For this purpose, data of mixed use building from 1981 to 2007 are collected and analysed. The results show that most of mixed use buildings are located in either sub-centers or population losing areas, rather than traditional urban core. Therefore, it is hard to accept that the two controversial arguments. The mixed use building noncore areas in most cases. However, it dose help to increase population inflow in non-core areas. it is difficult to accept the public service assertion which states that super-high rise mixed use building causes public service congestion, because the building is built in population losing or demand decreasing area. Based on these findings this study suggests some policy alternatives such as urban service boundary or concurrency program to management urban growth.
Causal Analysis of Education Function Space Parameters of University Dormitory
Park, Hang-Ja ; Park, Sung-Jin ; No, Young-Ran ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 4, 2010, Pages 23~31
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.4.023
This study aims to examine the educational function space of university dormitories at local universities with corridor centered structure in Honam area regions based on direct and indirect parameters on the whole satisfaction of users in residential environment factors and personal characteristics. First, according to relations among parameters, educational and cultural activities of four major activities within the dormitory had indirect influences on social activities, eating and sleeping activities had no direct influence on other activities. And social activity had direct influence on the general satisfaction as an important parameter and educational and cultural activities had indirect influence on the whole satisfaction through social activities. Detailed results show that, in the first educational activities directly affecting the lighting and air conditioning facilities (0.22), safety (0.326), Territoriality (0.327), the space density (-0.167), directions (-0.166) and yeohyang having personal characteristics and the safety of the second cultural activities (0.183), Territoriality (0.361), Aesthetics (-0.13) and the personal characteristics Sex (-0.179), the direct effect, third, and erosion has a direct impact on activity The flexibility of the space factor (-0.128) and Territoriality (0.38) and the personal characteristics grade (0.172), respectively. Fourth in social activities directly affecting the pathfinding (-0.104), and parameter, education (0.388) and cultural activities (0.445), and some of the factors affecting the indirect lighting and air conditioning facilities, safety, and Territoriality, the space density, directions, grade, they could influence through educational activities to be analyzed. That is, territoriality in educational function space is the important factor that users react very sensitively in educational, eating and sleeping activities and educational function space must secure area and division considering personal and public use as the space accommodating activity which is lacking in unit residential space. Accordingly, the safety of educational function space in university dormitory is considered as the fundamental safety matter on the fire prevention, hygiene and cleanness for users in the satisfaction of educational and cultural activities.
A Study on the Residents' Need of Program for Community Activation
Shin, Hwa-Kyoung ; Lee, Joon-Min ; Jo, In-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 4, 2010, Pages 33~40
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.4.033
A program of public facilities is essential in a resident's life, and such a programs affects the quality of life and community activation. The purpose of this study is to analyze the present condition of the program of public facilities and the residents' need of the program in Yanglim-Dong, Gwangju. In this study, a field survey and questionnaire survey are used for data collection. The results of this study are shown as follows: first, most of the public facilities' programs are composed of educational and welfare programs and programs for teenagers, young people and middle-aged people. Second, most of the residents prefer to have a program for culture and sport. Third, age according to program preference and in terms of educational relation program and cultural relation demand difference approaches. Fourth, most of the residents want to join one or two programs every weeks and prefer to participate during the afternoon and evening.
A Study on the Housing Support Policy for the Elderly in Japan
Lee, Seo-Young ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 4, 2010, Pages 41~50
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.4.041
In recent study, we are referencing the necessity by examining the environment for housing policies for elderly Koreans. In reality, Japan, who is ahead of our country, has already experienced and is currently in progress for the aging society. They have developed a profound housing policy under all circumstances with the change of aging society. There forth, we are in progress of examining the series of helpful characteristics being presented by Japan, and how they have expanded and improved their housing support services. Our country must clearly ensure a resolution for investigating a new direction in housing policy and housing support services by learning through the development process of Japan's housing support services for the aging society. For instance, Japan have provided housing policy in both housing and welfare for senior citizens. Recently, the reason they are well adjusted for housing and welfare linked with special care and supportive living services and being skillfully focused on the maintenance policy is because they have great implications on how to successively organize housing policies for the aged society. Recent studies show preferred living arrangement and housing policy of the elderly for stabilization in the aging society. First, must be aware of the leading factors for housing in later life, organize dwelling patterns for diverse characteristics and give consideration for future life plans. Second, must continuously maintain an accessible environment in all community levels without changing the required services in their livelihood by adjusting to diverse changes for the aged. In addition, must organize flexibility in choice following these housing-support services for the elderly's desire and self reliance which raises profound questions on cultural policy.
A Study on Latent Characteristics of Rental Housing - A Case Study on 'Co-deweling' of Rental Housing in Seoul -
Lee, Yun-Hee ; Jung, Jae-Kook ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 4, 2010, Pages 51~58
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.4.051
In the modernization process of the city, urbanization raised a variety of social issues. Urbanization brought noticeable changes in dwelling patterns, such as drastic changes in the housing lifestyle, that revolved around the metropolitan areas of Seoul and Busan etc. before and after the expansion of economic growth. Especially in 1985, when 23.8% of the country's population was concentrated in Seoul, the imbalance of housing supply and demand caused a vast range of housing shortage. The shortage, that resulted from public sector mishandling of natural housing demand, lead to the occurrence of private sector rental housing. The occurrence of this abnormal rental housing supply, became a major cause of Korea's typical lease system called 'Co-dwelling', where the leaseholder and tenant physically lives in the same residence. The leaseholder and tenant's 'Co-dwelling' started from partial renting of traditional Korean-style housing and transformed with the transition of dwelling form and time. However, after 1985, legalization of multi-family housing, Korean rental housing started to be planned in the beginning of it's housing construction and to be produced as an independent space with separate circulation. Also in terms of facility, it changed from partial renting of a space within the residence to an assembly of small individual spaces. However, the background of this deep-rooted 'Co-dwelling' lease system, in different forms and periods of residence, is still based on the lack of public sector rental housing supply and private sector supply of rental space to utilize extra space, 'Jeonsei' payment.
A Bibliographical Analysis on the Characteristics of the Articles Dealing with Architecture in the Chapter of Seomyongji of Imwongyeongjeji
Lee, Kang-Min ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 4, 2010, Pages 59~69
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.4.059
Imwongyeongjeji, Administration of Our Daily Life in Woods and Fields, is a sort of encyclopedia compiled by Seo, Yoo Goo in Joseon Dynasty in the 19th century. This voluminous work is made up of 16 chapters with various references including many articles dealing with architecture. The chapter Seomyongji covering the daily necessities contains a number of methods and materials of building construction. The distinctive feature of these articles is that they are mostly from Joseon's books. It is not similar to other chapters which are made of quotations from Chinese books. Especially, he quoted many of articles about architecture from his own work Geumhwagyeongdokgi, Record of Plowing and Reading in Geumhwa. In addition, He selected only empirical knowledge, put it in the book, and commented on it in his judgment. These articles provide valuable information on architectural knowledge in late Joseon period.
A Preliminary Study on the Characteristics and Criteria of New Material for the Possibility of Application in Housing Space
Jung, Sun-Hee ; Seo, Ji-Eun ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 4, 2010, Pages 71~79
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.4.071
This study is a fundamental research which suggests some standards that can be used in selecting some advanced materials to be applied in housing space designs. The following conclusions have been drawn from the study. First, it has been discovered that as the residents' quality of life improved, the finishing materials emerged as an important element of housing spaces. It could also be seen that among the finishing materials used in housing spaces, there is recently a growing trend towards various environmentally-friendly advanced materials under the theme of 'the nature' and 'health'. As a result, the need to investigate the standards of discriminatory and efficient housing space designs using advanced materials is on the increase. Second, through the literature and precedent studies, the physical criteria of advanced materials have been classified into five categories: new technology, new manufacturing methods, new materials, complementation and applicability. The main criteria of advanced finishing materials for housing spaces have been classified into four main categories: durability, functionality, economical efficiency and sensibility. By collecting and classifying some key words according to each of these four categories, the representative or combinable features have been extracted. By organizing the advanced materials' physical criteria and their details, some standards based on the physical aspects have been suggested. The features of the finishing materials in consideration of advanced materials have been reclassified into the user-based criteria, environmental criteria and spatial criteria. Through this method, the criteria have been brought up from a new viewpoint, establishing the standards for the advanced materials applicable to housing spaces. Finally, after assessing the criteria by analyzing the advanced materials currently known to be applicable in housing spaces, it has been concluded that the criteria can be used as the fundamental standards. As this study is based on investigating the literature and data, it may be less than reasonable to generalize from the limited number of examples. Hence, it shall be important to make a profound study of some detailed criteria by suggesting more objective standards and analyzing a greater variety of advanced materials.
A Study on the Dwelling Style by Lifestyle of Middle-aged Married Women
Yoon, Chung-Sook ; Park, Ji-Min ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 4, 2010, Pages 81~88
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.4.081
Recently, house demander's needs has diversified in the increasingly by the drastic change in the social environment, changes in family structure and population, the growing interest of living environment. So in the future, housing supply to respond to a variety of housing needs is absolutely necessary to differentiate. The purpose of this study is to analyze the lifestyle types of middle-aged married women with high purchasing power in the current housing market and propose the dwelling style by housing awareness and needs analysis. To collect the data, LOV survey method was used for 528 residents in Seoul and metropolitan area. The data analysis used SPSS PC 14.0 to find the frequency, chi-square, factor analysis, and cluster analysis. The results of analysis are as follows: First, the lifestyle was segmented into four groups such as Conservative goal-achieving lifestyle, Individual self-developing lifestyle, Positive self-trusting lifestyle, Outgoing trend-seeking lifestyle. Second, largely the dwelling style according to lifestyle types was divided into living room-kids room type and living room-kitchen type. Third, there were different preferences on the each type of housing space and the
-space by different clusters.
An Application Method of Augmented Reality Technology for Layout Planning of Housing Complex
Ryu, Jung-Rim ; Choo, Seung-Yeon ; Jo, Jin-Sung ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 4, 2010, Pages 89~97
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.4.089
Digital convergence era has been already started and is rapidly developed. Recently, convergency technology became an essential issue in all industries, and is expected to accelerate. This means that we can experience growth and change of architecture using new technology and approaching method. The AR (Augmented Reality) technology, among these convergence technology, is a kind of virtual reality technology that user can see a scene of real world which is overlapped by virtual world with additional information. It has been used in manufacturing and management in the whole industry fields including medical, mechanical, military field and so on because it can provide higher sense of reality. Thus, in this paper, we suggest the utilization of AR technology for organically connecting the roads, facilities, green area, landscape and others in the layout planning of housing complex. Users can see real world with virtual object by overlap computer graphic on the real world. This method provides users with various information about territoriality and openness. As the result of this study it is expected that this technology will help the layout planning of housing complex to become more reasonable in the aspect of design, time and cost.
A Case Study of Layout Plan and Use of Indoor Community Spaces in Rental Apartment Complexes
Hwang, Yeon-Sook ; Byun, Hea-Ryung ; Lee, Song-Hyun ; Eo, Sung-Sin ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 4, 2010, Pages 99~109
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.4.099
The purpose of this study is to provide basic data needed for planning apartment community spaces in order to vitalize rental apartments. Indoor community spaces of 12 rental apartments in Seoul and Kyunggi were examined. The results are as follows. First, the layout types of indoor community spaces in rental apartment complexes were found out to be mostly the building type planned in the piloties of the apartment, or the singular type placed in a singular building. Depending on the layout type, the spaces were mostly concentrated at the outskirt of the complex or the in-between space of the main building, thus lowering their recognition. Thereby, they were not satisfactory for utilization of the spaces and association of residents. Second, Indoor community space legal establishment standard and square measure did not reflect resident's feature except elderly spaces, and there was problem in activation of space. Third, as for the spatial planning of indoor community space, although each space was categorized by the users' age, the furniture and appliance planning considering users was not satisfactory. The area calculation by the type of space did not reflect the users' characteristics, thus causing problems in using the facilities. Fourth, as for the management and programs of the indoor community space, spaces were managed after categorized by the major user classes such as children, seniors, and adolescents. Depending on eagerness of program managers of each apartment complex, the level of program management varied. The survey results showed that, in most cases, almost no programs were used or merely basic management and programs were being provided.
Management and Operation of Apartment Community Facilities and Post Occupancy Evaluation - Focused on the R Apartments Complex in Daegu -
Kang, Soon-Joo ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 4, 2010, Pages 111~120
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.4.111
This study examines the effectiveness of a new community facility operation and management system that were implemented by one of the major construction companies. This system was an unprecedented approach in a sense that it provided not only necessary facilities but also a specialized management staff, an operational manual, and a subsidy for various programs. According to POE conducted among the residents, it can be concluded that the residents' satisfaction will be increased under the following conditions; 1) when a program manual associated with the community facility is provided, 2) when there is a professional staff who can coordinate various programs effectively, 3) when the facilities are well designed in accordance with the program requirements, 4) when the users adhere to regulations and management standards, 5) when all three components- i.e. facility, people and programs- are well coordinated, and 6) when affordable user fees are charged. This research assures that professional management staff and well-planned management system play a significant role in the enhancement of the residents' satisfaction as well as vitalizations of the community.
An Analysis on the Factors Affecting the Level of Resident's Satisfaction in Certified Environment Friendly Apartment
Lee, Geun-Hee ; Park, Hee-Seog ; Jo, Yong-Sung ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 4, 2010, Pages 121~128
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.4.121
Many business enterprises in domestic housing industry are focusing on the development of environment friendly apartment complex to strengthen the competitiveness by upgrading their company's image through differentiation of the qualities and satisfying the customer's needs. Many apartment complex have achieved temporary or real certification by green building certification system, but there weren't enough studies on how much residents are satisfied by their certified complex. In this study, we want to clarify the factors of resident's satisfaction level in certified environment friendly complex by comparing the social and economical characteristics of resident. For this study, we chose and compare 4 environment friendly apartment complex considered to be built by the best environmental way in metropolitan area, and 4 other apartment complex which are also considered to be similar in terms of the condition of location and period of stay.
A Study on the Residential Satisfaction Analysis for Street Space Design in Detached House Area
Kim, Joo-Hyun ; Moon, Ji-Won ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 4, 2010, Pages 129~137
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.4.129
This study surveys the degree of residents' satisfaction on the current street space to suggest alternatives for the improvement of the street space design in detached house areas. In the results of the survey, we find the following. First, in the result of analysis on age, residential term, having children or not, income level, and type of house ownership, residents are homogeneous in social and economic characteristics. There are similarity in geographical, locational conditions, neighboring facilities, deterioration of residential house, and the time of residential formation among residential areas. Second, satisfactory determinants of residents on street space according to street types, are maintenance, protection of privacy, and parking space. Third, satisfactory determinants of residents on street hierarchy is the inner circulation road while unsatisfactory one is the inner roads. Fourth, age, residential term and type of house ownership are significant factors influencing residents' satisfaction. Factors influencing satisfaction on street space are also affecting total satisfaction and factors associated with street environment are perceived more important ones than factors associated with street activities. Thus we find the degrees of satisfaction for residents on street type and street hierarchy are different despite that general characteristics of residents are similar. We also find residents consider street noise and maintenance as critical factor among physical factors of street space.
A Study on the Characteristics of the Housing Floor Plan in Jeonju Hanok Village
Nam, Hae-Kyeong ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 21, issue 4, 2010, Pages 139~148
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2010.21.4.139
This study aims to classify and find the characteristics of the housing floor plan by their spatial organization, the condition of use, the process of changes in Jeonju Hanok Village. To carry out this study, first the 534 in 779 housings in this village are investigated, and finally 55 of them are investigated and analyzed. They are surveyed and investigated from November in 2008 to January in 2010. The followings are as conclusions; The prototype of housing floor plan in this village is consisted of the main room in the middle part with the toimaru (wooden veranda), kitchen and meoribang (the room that is located back or the side of the main room) and kennen-bang (the room that is located the side of main room) in it's house. They are generated and changed on the basis of this type. The floor plans of the housings in Jeonju Hanok Villages are classified and characterized as the type of original floor plan house (original type), that of semi foreign house with the Korean style by the Japanese style or modern style, that of the house for rent a room or two rooms or one family, that of the house which mixed with commercial function and that of etc. They are generated by the social and economic condition of that period. And they will be studied with the life style of residents.