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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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Design Guidelines for the Shelf of Kitchen Furniture Adopted Large-sized Apartments - Focused on Stored Type, Volume & Store Place of Stored Items at Cooking Area -
Kim, Sun-Joong ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 2, 2011, Pages 1~10
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.2.001
This research is to suggest effective kitchen furniture design for 40, 50 pyeong-size apartment considering the quantity and volume, heights or length of stored items for cooking. The research candidates are purposive-sampled 30 households in Kangnam, Seoul. The observation shows that the volume of kitchen furniture is
and of utility furniture is
. For each households hold average of 886 kitchenwares,
. Such were normally stored in the upper and lower storage and tall storage closet for a kitchen. Through the field studies and depth interviews, it is shown that there are 287 (33.2%),
of the application for preparing food, certain knives, disposable products and food which is considered absolutely or comparatively hard to organize. Products that are very hard to organize are the small application for cooking, grouped kitchenware such as openers, the applications with long rod shape food, and detergent. There are 96 of such products, taking the volume of
; thus, such products are considered to improve the kitchen furniture design. And the shelf of storage can the control 3cm hights according to result of this research.
A Study on Residents' Participation and the Characteristics of Cohousing in USA
Cho, Jeong-Hyun ; Choi, Jung-Shin ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 2, 2011, Pages 11~20
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.2.011
Since the cohousing idea, originated in Northern Europe, was introduced in the U.S. by architects Kathryn McCamant and Charles Durrett in the early 1980s, there are recently the largest number of cohousing communities and rapidly expanded in the U.S. So, it is necessary to appreciate the cohousing communities developed in U.S. In this study, we investigated the physical characteristics of cohousing and the methods of its residents' participation by means of a case study on cohousing communities in U.S. and suggested the future direction of the cohousing community. Also, this work could be exploited when the cohousing is introduced to Korea. At first, the general status and characteristics of U.S cohousing was explored using diverse sources such as literature, paper and Web site. And then, the direct visit survey was used to obtain the more exact and specific data about physical aspects and residents' participation in each community. We found that cohousing communities were mostly located in the urban and Rural area, which was founded in the 1990s, and new communities continue to be created in the U.S. Typically, the number of households is from 20 to 30 in one community. The land is generally owned by the community itself and its size is within 10 acres. Communities usually serve optional group meals in the common house at least two or five times a week. Each member's income is separated and the community members should take care of their common properties. The leader of community does not exist and most communities don't have the organization of community members. All cohousing communities use consensus as the basis for group decision-making.
The Characteristics of Bogeumjari Housing Program and Direction of Future Housing Policy for Low-income Households without Home Ownership
Jin, Mee-Youn ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 2, 2011, Pages 21~33
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.2.021
This paper aims to explore the characteristics of Bogeumjari Housing Program and its significance to housing policy, and propose an appropriate direction of future housing policy for low-income households without home ownership based on actual data on housing careers and preferences of the policy target households. Supply of Bogeumjary Housing is characterized by consolidation of existing housing program, housing support by income level, differentiation of eligible households, and housing subscription on-line. Bogeumjari Housing Program is meaningful in that it is a policy that resumed the supply of permanent housing, provides multi-tier support system by income level, and adjusts the imbalances in housing demand and supply. Despite their strong preferences for Bogeumjari Housing, their affordability is very low due to their low income levels and gloomy outlook for household finances. In this light, the government should pursue housing policies that include not only new housing constructions, but also efficient use of housing stocks, expansion of loans for first-time home buyers, and introduction of home mortgage and housing voucher.
A Study on the Energy Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emission of the Detached Houses in Daegu
Kim, Yu-Lan ; Yoon, Hae-Kyung ; Kim, Ju-Young ; Jeon, Gyu-Yeob ; Hong, Won-Hwa ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 2, 2011, Pages 35~42
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.2.035
In the energy consumption of buildings in Korea, the housing sector accounts for 53% of a total energy consumption. Although the researches of energy consumption on the new detached houses and apartment houses have been conducted numerous times, the researches of energy consumption characteristics on the existing detached houses are lack of studies. Thus in this study, the actual condition of energy consumption characteristics on the existing detached houses in Daegu city was examined, and then energy consumption unit and green house gas emission unit was compiled to present a fundamental data for an effective way of reducing energy consumption and greenhouse gas emission in the buildings. The results showed that the energy consumption for heating in the existing detached house was greater than other energy consumption and the heating energy sources were city gas and fuel oil. As the fuel oil consumption got larger, the energy consumption unit and greenhouse gas emission unit became bigger. Based on these results, it will be able to develop a plan for reducing energy and greenhouse gas emission in the existing detached houses in the future.
An Analysis of the On-site Improvement Area of Residential Environment Improvement Project in Daegu
Km, Han-Su ; Kim, Cheol-Su ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 2, 2011, Pages 43~51
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.2.043
This study aims to analyze the on-site improvement area of residential environment improvement project based on research results derived from the on-site and questionnaire survey in case of Daegu. The main findings are as follows. First, residents complain about delay of project completion because a long time has been passed after on-site improvement area was designated. Experts and government officials agree that a new method of development is required. Second, future development should discriminate on-site improvement area according to its level of project completion. The area should be classified into project completion areas and on-going area, and new methods, such as redevelopment, apartment-housing construction method, should be allowed. Third, for better management of on-site improvement area, laws and regulations must be ready and government's will for improvement is crucial.
Study on the Characteristics of the Residents' Sense of Neighborhood in the Surrounding Area after the Housing Complex Development - Focused on the Cases in Gwang-Ju -
Lee, Su-Yong ; Oh, Se-Gyu ; Moon, Chul-Seong ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 2, 2011, Pages 53~61
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.2.053
This study aims to examine the characteristics of the changes in residents' perception of neighborhood and sense of neighborhood according to the residential structural changes caused by city renewal projects such as old urban large redevelopment. Research findings benefits of the residential environment changes after the development are environment improvement, convenient traffic, leisure activity increase, and green area increase, whereas their drawbacks are encroachment of sunshine and view, However, with the regard to the relationship with neighbors, paired-sample t-test results showed there were no statistically significant differences between before and after the development. It appeared to be that the community residential complex development did not influence the relationship with neighbors. ANOVA was used to examine the differences in the neighborhood perception among age categories. The results showed that there were no differences between age groups but when there were changes in their life cycle, residents showed differences in their neighborhood perception among age groups. The neighborhood perception was measured on 5-point Likert Scale in four factors of intimacy, participation, reliability, and group identity. The perception decreased somewhat after the development and the group identity, especially, showed a significant difference (p<.001). This was considered to be caused by a sense of incongruity due to the influx of different social-economic groups.
A Study on the Development Tendency of Housing Development District in Local Small and Medium Cities - Focused on the Completed District from 1992 to 1996 -
Choi, Ki-Young ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 2, 2011, Pages 63~71
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.2.063
The growth of housing complex in the Housing Development District in local small and medium cities can be defined to process individual lots are possessed by buildings. The study is the basic research of analysis for the internal factors that affect on the each lot, and is for hypothesis of the verification about the Housing Development District growth. So, it can be applied in the Housing Development District of the site conditions and restriction of use of buildings and infrastructure works and the constant boundary of the region. The rate of the development is the occupation of the individual lots per entire lots was limited as the factor of analysis. As above conditions haver no possibility to change in the Housing Development District, the results of this study and further are available to consider. By the results of the connected study, it can be used for Planning and management of the Housing Development District in local small and medium cities. by the adjustment of the relation between growth tendecy and city's properties or district characters.
A Study of the Bogeumjari Nae-gok District for Advanced Design Process in Long-life Housing
Han, Nam-Soo ; Lee, Young ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 2, 2011, Pages 73~82
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.2.073
Recently, apartments have had several fundamental problems in planning uniformity caused by fixed space programs and difficulties of maintenance. So decision-makings become more important in design process which were essential to performance realization of long-life housing. Therefore, this study aims to analyze the plans of the Bogeumjari Nae-gok based on the applied designs, and suggests improvements for advanced design process of the long-life housing in the domestic market. This research procedure are as follows: (1) Analyze design guide, district land development plan and local code which have influence on design limitation. (2) Compare partial plans of joined designs and analyze each design characters (3) Implement case studies of design process due to design timetable and design elements of Nae-gok. In result, this study suggests significant fundamental materials for advanced decision-making in design process of long-life housing: details credibility and noise control, etc. This research could be useful in making integrated design process applied for long-life housing.
Analysis of Residents' Satisfaction for the Pedestrian Space of Multi-family Housing
Kim, Cheol-Su ; Kim, Hyo-Jun ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 2, 2011, Pages 83~90
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.2.083
This research analyzes the residents' satisfaction for the pedestrian space of multi-family housing based on quality index. For this purpose, nine apartment complexes which were built after 2000, are selected and examined by user characteristics of composition factors of pedestrian space. This research also compares residents' satisfaction by evaluation factors of walking environment. The resident survey reveals that the composit type of apartment gives the highest satisfaction to residents followed by a courtyard type, and a straight type the last. In particular, residents show high satisfaction to pedestrian-only space in the case of the composit type of apartment building. The most important factor of walking environment on residential satisfaction is the separation of car and pedestrian path of main entrance. Above all, suitability of construction laws and regulations should be reviewed for safer and more amenable walking environment.
The Transitional Process of Spatial Configuration of Existing Old Settlements in Cheongju City - with Case Study on Topdong 'Yangdalmal' -
Kwon, Mi-Sun ; Kim, Tai-Young ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 2, 2011, Pages 91~99
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.2.091
The purpose of this study is to clarify the transitional process of spatial configuration of 'Topdong Yangdalmal'; One of the existing 22 old settlements in cheongju city. The results are as follows. 1) Side roads are derived from Inner road until 1970, so large-scale lots are subdivided small-scale lots. The houses are mostly in 1970s and 1980s. The existing old houses are 11, their orientation are East South, and the entrance gives on side road. The orientation, court yard, and entrance of the houses nearby side roads keep ongoing, in spite of alteration and extension. Especially, Entrance is changed by the new arterial roads and subdivided lots, but, the houses nearby side roads are continued as in the past. 2) The newly built houses in 1970's are 20, and it's arrangements are equal to existing old one. The orientation of houses after 1980's is the same in 1970's. But, the entrance is changed by subdivided lots, and the size of the court yard are reduced or disappeared. In other hand, the houses as the same size of the existing houses, and Storyincrease continue court yard as in the past. Therefore, the houses which are nearby inner road, and increase story, are continued, in spite of the newly built one.
A Comparative Study on the Traditional Housings in Korea, China and Japan in Respect of Spatial Structure and Space Use
Kim, Min-Seok ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 2, 2011, Pages 101~109
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.2.101
Until now, several comparative approaches were developed within the studies of Korean, Chinese, and Japanese traditional housings. In those studies, however, each space in the traditional houses was only treated in individual and fragmentary manners, and they lacked the interpretation of the topological attribute of each space within a holistic structure organized by unit spaces, and of the cultural-behavioral meaning of them within a holistic space-use pattern of the housing. The topological attribute and behavioral meaning can be analyzed and interpreted with the quantitative spatial analysis method such as Space Syntax. This study aims to analyze the traditional housings in Korea, China and Japan in the holistic aspect of spatial structure using Space Syntax, and to compare the analysis results with relating the structural attributes to the space-use pattern. In this study, the 'Banga' in Chosun era, the 'Siheyuan' in Ming-Ching era, and the 'Shoinzukuri' in Edo era were selected as the analysis subjects. The integration indices were calculated from the convex maps representing the subjects, and the common and different attributes of the three subjects were defined through comparative analyses.
The Effects of Place Attachment to Childhood Home to the Housing Satisfaction
Choi, Byung-Sook ; Kim, Suk-Kyung ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 2, 2011, Pages 111~120
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.2.111
This study examined significant factors explaining college students' place attachment to their childhood homes, developed the scale of that, and proposed statistically significant models to explain their place attachment to those home environments. We conducted a questionnaire survey with 32 items. Responses from 358 Michigan State University students were analyzed statistically. From the explanatory and confirmatory factor analysis, 31 items under 4 valid factors named Place dependence, Affection, Rootedness, and Place identity were obtained. This study additionally adapted six types of place attachment to childhood homes from Hess (1997), and examined these types. Idealization (Type1), affection (Type3), and transcendence (Type5) were chosen most often. Finally, this study explored the relationships between housing satisfaction and (1) the four place attachment factors and (2) the six types of place attachment. Results showed the four place attachment factors were more strongly related with housing satisfaction.
A Study on 1-2 Person Household's Lifestyle and Needs of Small Houses
Kang, Soon-Joo ; Kim, Jin-Young ; Ham, Sun-Ik ; Kwon, Yoon-Ji ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 2, 2011, Pages 121~129
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.2.121
The main objective of research is to present research outcomes in relation to the development of small size housings for 1 to 2 person households that have been increasing at a rapid pace due to many socio-economic factors. The method of this research was used by questionnaires. The effective numbers of survey questionnaire was 215, and the survey analysis has been made by using of SPSS win 12.0. The conclusions drawn from the research can be summarized as follows: 1) 1 to 2 person households can be typified by nine key characteristics according to the questionnaire designed to explore lifestyles and demands for new housing types. The nine lifestyles include information seeking urban dwellers, well-being oriented, practical trend followers, urban culture lovers, brand lovers, active listeners, easy life seekers, self-centered, and heavy consumers. 2) Occupants may need less space than they anticipate when more user-friendly and space conscious products and services are implemented. 3) There is a great potential market for small size housings if more convenient features and services are provided.
A Study on Setting Direction of Managing the Building Facade on Street - With the Road on Border of Asian Culture Center in Gwangju -
Park, Sung-Jin ; Kim, In-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 22, issue 2, 2011, Pages 131~139
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2011.22.2.131
This study is to examine architectural designers' views on the correlations between components and contextual principle of the roadside building facade with the roadside building facade on the border of Asian Culture Center in Gwangju which is expected to undergo a great change by public policies. For setting direction of the roadside building management at the region examined, height of facade, advertisement/signboard, security of continuity through surface pattern management, nodes building, array of height by story, awning/arcade and locality of advertisement/signboard should be induced to design with locality and consideration of local characteristics with silhouette, window and external colors is needed for discrimination from other cities. Regarding the realization method important thing was found that the planning and implementation of architectural design guidelines, architectural aesthetics of the pre-hearing enhancement, active citizen participation, and then additional landscape screening system, incentive schemes, landscape designation of landscape zone was found to be a major realization system.