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Journal of the Korean housing association
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Volume 22, Issue 6 - Dec 2011
Volume 22, Issue 5 - Oct 2011
Volume 22, Issue 4 - Aug 2011
Volume 22, Issue 3 - Jun 2011
Volume 22, Issue 2 - Apr 2011
Volume 22, Issue 1 - Feb 2011
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The Effect of Socio-Physical Regeneration on Social Network of Public Rental Residence
Lim, Eui-Sun ; Lee, Yeun-Sook ; Kim, Ju-Suck ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 1, 2011, Pages 1~10
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.1.001
In the 20th Century, urban regeneration was changed to holistic regeneration and Ballymun of Ireland was one of the example of leading projects which using holistic regeneration over ten years. In Deajeon, there is a successful project call as "Rainbow project", using holistic regeneration. Any previous case needs to be checked thoroughly and the result needs to be studied for next project. The purpose of this study was to delineate the effect of Socio-Physical regeneration on social network. For this research, research tool was developed to combination of previous social exclusion index. This research was a survey research which used Systematic Random Sampling. In conclusion, it was not enough time to change people's behavior dramatically but even though a change is very low, it is very meaningful. Changing from people's behavior to people's mind, is a step to a goal.
First-time Homeownership of Married Households in Korea
Shin, Soo-Young ; Yoon, Chung-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 1, 2011, Pages 11~23
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.1.011
The purpose of this study is to explore cohort changes in first-time homeownership in Korea. The study collected qualitative data from individual interviews to explore the housing trajectories of different birth cohorts. As a result, Individual interviews facilitated an exploration of the decision making process of first-time homeowner with in a cohort context. The cohorts born in the 1950s seek a sense of security through homeownership, and have strong Korean sentiments of ownership. They tried various means to buy a house, and real estate market boom at that time played a role in the driving force. The cohorts born in the 1960s have less insecurity of tenure than the previous cohorts, but they still feel the need for homeownership. Since the currency crisis in 1997 caused the fluctuation of housing price, the 1960s cohort experienced a dramatic decline and rebound of assets while the previous cohorts had experienced a steady rise in housing prices. Finally, the attitude towards housing in the group of 1970s cohorts has changed from ownershiporiented to use-oriented.
A Case Study on the Housing Environment of Marriage Immigrants in Daegu City
Kim, Jin-Hee ; An, Ok-Hee ; Jo, Young-Mi ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 1, 2011, Pages 25~33
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.1.025
With the recent increase in the number of foreign settlers in our country, a societal system is needed which they can adapt to more easily. The results of the study were as follows. First, from the result of analyzing the 171 programs of the multi-cultural family support system, it could be seen that in order for the marriage immigrants to more successfully adapt, various programs are needed. Second, when the study had an interview with 13 marriage immigrants from China, Vietnam and Philippine about their adaptation to residential environment, they had a high satisfaction with their residential environment when their spouses' educational level was high. In
, they appraised that South Korea was superior to their native land in scale and facilities of buildings and the buildings of their native land were superior to those in South Korea in terms of soundproof applications, natural lighting and ventilation, which were indoor environmental elements. Third, they were generally satisfied with their residential environment. However, they stated that it took 6 months~ two years to adapt to the Korean residential environment because of the differences in the residential environment compared to their homeland. A based on the research result, the housing adviser is necessary in the marriage immigrants.
A Study on Spatial Connectivity of the European Block Type Housing in Urban Context
Kong, Eun-Mi ; Kim, Young-Ook ; Han, Kee-Jeong ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 1, 2011, Pages 35~42
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.1.035
The objective of this study is to investigate the functional conformity based on the analysis of the spatial connectivity of block housing using space syntax. Three cases were selected which have important meanings in 1920s. The properties of spatial configuration were derived from an urban-context approach and without urban context analysis, and spatial connectivity and functional conformity were analyzed using references. The results of the study revealed that the arrangement of block housing were different from one another notwithstanding their similar layout characteristics. The relationships between urban streets and housing complexes were identified, and the public spaces were being arranged as semi-public spaces, whereas blocks as private spaces by separating functions. This study provides the implications for the planning of low rise-high density housings by means of analyzing the spatial connectivity of the spatial layout characteristics of European block housing, recognizing the relationships between urban communities and housing complexes.
A Study on the Evaluation Indicators of Healthy Housing Quality of Multi-Family Housing
Cho, Sung-Heui ; Kang, Na-Na ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 1, 2011, Pages 43~55
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.1.043
The purpose this study is to develop indicators that measure the healthy housing condition of multi-family housing. The major findings are as follow: first, healthy housing was defined by physical, mental, social, and management aspects and proposed the conceptual model of hierarchy structure of evaluation of healthy housing by literature reviews. Second, evaluating items were selected based on literature reviews of existing indicators and preceding studies about both domestic and overseas multi-family housing. The evaluating indicators were identified as a total of 87 evaluating items which were composed of four dimensions and 16 attributes on the basis of the conceptual model. They cover comprehensive scope of the multi-family housing such as unit, building, complex, and site. Third, as the measurement, the 5-point ordinal scale measure was suggested. The evaluating measurement including measure standards, measure methods, and measure contents were developed by each evaluating items. Lastly, the weighting of evaluating indicators was developed by AHP method conducted by survey of an expert group. Items were identified as high contributors or low contributors. The weighting of these items could suggest several evaluations according to the situation. The level of healthy housing condition may be evaluated by both total evaluation and a specific field of evaluation.
Design Elements Related to Territoriality for Apartment Community Design
Cho, Sung-Heui ; Choi, In-Young ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 1, 2011, Pages 57~64
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.1.057
The purpose of this study is to investigate design elements to strengthen apartment communities in territoriality perspectives. To this end, the study first identified the functions of territoriality to communities, and examined precedent studies on community planning. Then, looking into actual apartment, the study analyzed design elements of the apartments by territoriality functions, and found significant community-building and community-strengthening elements. The results of case studies are as follows: Specific design elements are 1) both individual and shared places from the perspective of possession, 2) both physical boundaries including visible mark and physical demarcation, and emotional boundaries including space arrangement and visual expansion from the perspective of boundary-regulation, 3) both physical proximity, such as providing space for physical encounter and easy access, and emotional proximity such as homogeneity and intimacy from the perspective of proximity 4) design differentiation and adoption of the design concept to express the identity of the community from the perspective of proximity personalization.
A Study on the Characteristics of Area and Spatial Elements Based on the Building Size of Childcare Center
Park, Jung-A ; Choi, Mock-Wha ; Kim, Young-Aee ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 1, 2011, Pages 65~73
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.1.065
The purpose of this study is to find out the characteristics of area and spatial elements according to the building size and provide the guidelines for space planning of the child care center. This study used the content analysis method and analysis was made on the floor plans for 51 cases and the floor plans were converted to Autocad drawings to analyze the area. The results of this study were as follows; 1) Child care centers over 70% were single-attached building types which made it possible for creating outdoor environments for children. However, most small-size centers which had under 50 children did not have the facilities for outdoor activities. 2) In terms of spatial elements, the basic spaces of the small-size center were the classroom, bathroom, kitchen, office and reference room. The medium or large size centers had extra rooms for special activities and service spaces in addition to the basic spaces. 3) Classroom area per child was 2.65 m2 on average. Space composition ratio on average for care, staff, and service was programmed by 57%, 9%, 34% respectively. Small-size center had relatively more care space when compared to the others. In the case of large-size centers, there was a tendency that service space was increased, but care space was decreased.
A Study on Inhabitant's Mental and Residential Environment Improvement of Old Residential Area in Pohang
Kwon, Yong-Il ; Han, Sang-Hoon ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 1, 2011, Pages 75~84
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.1.075
This study examines the characteristics and the degree of inhabitant's mental against to their residential environment which was developed within the boundary of Haedo Dong in Pohang City during the 1970s and the early of 1980s and currently designated as programed site for Urban Maintenance Project. Findings from the study are as follows; First, the numbers of household occupied by lessee were greater than the numbers of household occupied by homeowner. Second, most of the lessee was living in single family household. Third, although the degree of satisfaction for their residential environment was not so good in general perspectives the degree of satisfaction of the long term residents for their residential environment was slightly higher than the others. Fourth, the degree of satisfaction for their neighborhood was the most while the degree of satisfaction for public facilities such as parks was the least. Fifth, Urban maintenance project shall be proceeded to raise re-settlement ratio of residents, to enforce a business by steps, to lead positively participation of a resident and to enlarge role of administration.
A Study on the Road System of Bukseong-ro Eupseongnae, Daegu Built in the Japanese Colonial Period
Jeong, Bog-Im ; Kim, Joo-Ya ; Beak, Young-Houm ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 1, 2011, Pages 85~93
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.1.085
As passing through the Japanese colonial period, Daegu has been changed into a modern city. In addition, the nature of the city had changed a lot by withdrawal of Eup-sung and the opening of the road and the increase of population in Japan. Of course, the expansion of the city was caused by the increase of the Japanese population. To understand the current city, it is most important to understand the past city's characteristics and especially the formation and change of city must be considered with understanding the situation of city. And now the city reflects the role of the city in the past. In fact, the effect of the street constitution in Daegu Eup-sung during Japanese colonial period on the present time was very big and continues. Especially, in order to understand the situation of the city and consider the direction in the future, the analysis of the development process has important implications.This study aimed to consider the change of Daegu Eup-sung Street and Formation of Dwelling Site focusing on the Buksung Street. The purpose of this study is to investigate the nature of the city and changing process of the city by the past Buksung street and the current Buksung street as time goes by.
A Study on Scale and Space Composition by Domains of Upper-Class Housing in Seoul, During the Latter Part of the Joseon Dynasty
Hong, Seung-Jai ; Kang, In-Seon ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 1, 2011, Pages 95~104
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.1.095
The drawings that currently possessing by the Jangseogak Library, The Academy of Korean Studies is the material which were drawn the figure of house in Seoul (Hanseong-bu), during from the middle part of 17th Century to the end of 19th Century. Since these drawings were drawn in the form of Gangado (間架圖), the layout and floor plan, the function of room of each houses can be examined. Focusing on drawings on which the room name was written among those drawings, this Study has researched about the scale and space composition by each domains of the upper-class housing in Seoul, during the latter part of the Joseon Dynasty. Based on the originals, all of the drawings were redrawn using AutoCAD 2008, and the scale of site and building, the occupying area by domains were also analyzed, compared. As the result, it was investigated that the most part of upper-class housing in Seoul had far exceeded over the control limitation about the site size and the building scale in accordance with the status. Furthermore, in this Study, by means of concretely research on the space and room composition of each ranges of the upper-class housing in Seoul, it was quite examinable on the architectural figure of the upper-class housing in Seoul, During the latter part of the Joseon Dynasty, which was not known well in the meanwhile.
Study on the Relationship between the Possible Duration of Sunshine & the Possible Amount of Visible Sky in Large-Scale Apartment Sites Using the 3D GIS Models - Focused on 62 Apartment Sites in Junggye-dong -
Cho, Yong-Sung ; Won, Jae-Mu ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 1, 2011, Pages 105~114
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.1.105
There are various kinds of Large-Scale apartment sites in Seoul. There are more households in apartment sites than single family houses. Nowadays, it is easy to find a lot of apartment sites built in the style of a high rise building. On the matter of space, a building is influenced by the buildings near it. The influence a building has to another is different in both qualitative and quantitative ways. Therefore, in the case of apartment sites, the environmental surroundings of each household is affected by the nearby buildings. For these reasons, the environment is having more and more influence on the price of each household in apartment sites. This paper has defined Sunshine and Sky as the major environmental elements. In order to be analyzed, they have to be measurable. Thus, there are two types of variables in environmental surrounding of apartment sites, -the Duration of Sunshine and the possible amount of visible Sky- the significant variables which influence the housing price. This paper deals with the relationship between the possible duration of sunshine and the possible amount of sky a household is visible to. It focused on 62 different apartment sites which were built after 1990. It is based on the 3-dimensional Geographic Information System & Computer Aided Engineering for analyzing the sunshine simulation and the viewing simulation. This paper will be helpful for designing the apartment sites considering the balance between sunshine and sky.
Prediction of the Amount of Energy Consumption by Variation in Envelope Insulation on a Detached House in Southern Part of Korea
Moon, Jin-Woo ; Han, Seung-Hoon ; Oh, Sai-Gyu ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 1, 2011, Pages 115~122
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.1.115
This study aimed at quantifying the impact of envelope insulation on energy consumption for thermal controls in residential buildings in southern part of Korea. A series of parametric simulations for a range of R-values of walls, roof, floor, and windows were computationally conducted for a prototypical Korean detached house. Analysis revealed that the total amount of heat gain was larger than that of heat loss, while the amount of energy for cooling was smaller than that for heating due to the difference of system efficiency; the envelope heat transfer was more significant for the heat loss, thus, the increase of the envelope insulation was more effective to reduce heating load; and there were certain levels of envelope insulation after which the energy saving effect was not significant. These findings are expected to be a fundamental database for the decision of proper insulation level in Korean residential buildings.