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Journal of the Korean housing association
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The Korean Housing Association
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Volume 23, Issue 6 - Dec 2012
Volume 23, Issue 5 - Oct 2012
Volume 23, Issue 4 - Aug 2012
Volume 23, Issue 3 - Jun 2012
Volume 23, Issue 2 - Apr 2012
Volume 23, Issue 1 - Feb 2012
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A Study on BanBitgan in High-Class Housing in Hanseong-bu (漢城府), Latter Part of the Joseon Dynasty
Kang, In-Seon ; Hong, Seung-Jai ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 23, issue 4, 2012, Pages 1~10
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2012.23.4.001
This study analyzed about Banbitgan of Anchae in High-Class Housing in Hanseong-bu (漢城府), Latter Part of Joseon Dynasty, by the drawings of Jangseogak Library. which were drawn the figure of house in Hanseong-bu (漢城府), during from the middle part of 17th Century to the end of 19th Century. 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 which the room name was written among those drawings, ascertainable form of Banbitgan. This Study has treated particular houses which houses were verified form of Banbitgan. As the result, it was investigated that Anchae of upper class housing in Hanseong-bu (漢城府), as the place where large-scaled housework was managed, its attached space has ever been developed. Especially, in this Study, by means of concretely research on the space organization of Anchae along with space composition and connection method of Banbitgan, the upper-class housing in Hanseong-bu (漢城府), it was quite examinable on the architectural figure of the upper-class housing in Hanseong-bu (漢城府), During the latter part of the Joseon Dynasty, which was not known well in the meanwhile.
A Study on Improvement and Effect of Carbon Point Program for Residential Buildings in Daegu
Yeo, Myung-Kil ; Jeon, Gyu-Yeob ; Hong, Won-Hwa ; Cho, Woong-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 23, issue 4, 2012, Pages 11~18
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2012.23.4.011
The amount of energy consumption in the buildings is approximately 20% of domestic energy consumption. The Carbon Point Program have been published on reduction of greenhouse gas emission in buildings under the paradigm of 'Low Carbon Green Growth'. This study focuses on the effect of 'Carbon Point Program' for residential buildings in Daegu. The amount of electricity and waterwork consumption and information of households were investigated to analyse the effect of carbon point program. The samples are situated in Deagu and are apartment in Bukgu and Suseonggu. The
emission is analysed by factors of energy resource and household organization between before participating and after participating in Carbon Point Program. The participation type has a difference of voluntary participation in Suseonggu and passive participation in Bukgu. Based on this investigation, average amount of
emission was reduced from voluntary participation households but all of them did not. To promote the effect of Carbon Point Program, this study proposes that needing the plans to raise will and activity of reducing carbon and to help participation which have disadvantage against achieving reduction.
Relationship Between the Changes in Researches about Multi-Family-Housing Community and the Social Background Factors
Kang, Soon-Joo ; Kim, Jin-Young ; Ham, Sun-Ik ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 23, issue 4, 2012, Pages 19~31
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2012.23.4.019
The main objectives of this research are to compile all the researches published in the registered academic journals to study the trends of researches and analyze the relationships between research contents and the social factors so that the accomplishments of community related researches and future tasks can be identified. For this purpose, 97 papers published between 1973 and July 2011 were chronologically organized and analyzed in terms of research methods, main contents, and their relationship with social factors. The key findings are as follows; 1) Researches on multi-family-housing community started in 1973 mainly focusing on the social factors of neighbors in a complex; since 2000, however, the researches on physical factors were increased the most followed by psychological and social factors accordingly. 2) The research findings were not fully developed to give a guidance for appropriate space programs or an analysis of residents' preference on facilities. The cause of this shortfall is due to the fact that there was a lack of studies on residents' usage of community facilities based on quantified database. 3) More comprehensive researches should be conducted in the future for vitalizations of community through facility supply system and design guidelines, development and operation of community programs and measures to enhance community awareness targeted on public housing and more diverse types of housing being apart from typical multi-family-houisng provide by private sector.
A Study on the Residents' Opinion to the Management of Apartment
Kang, Na-Na ; Han, Jeong-Won ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 23, issue 4, 2012, Pages 33~40
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2012.23.4.033
Managing apartments is critical not only to handling the physical deterioration over time, but also to the quality of community life, social environment and ultimately residents' satisfaction with the housing environment. Therefore, this study aims at understanding residents' awareness of apartment management, and finding the relationship between management activities and residents' satisfaction and participation by comparing an apartment with active management and an apartment without it. This study examines 1) management activities of two subject apartment complexes, and 2) how management activities affect residents' participation and satisfaction. Surveys were conducted of the residents, and SPSS statistics package was utilized to analyze the survey data. This study found that management activities of apartment complex have positive influence on residents' participation and satisfaction with their housing environment. The results of this study can be utilized as basic materials to develop effective guidelines and manual from the perspective of environmental management of apartment houses, in order to improve the participation of the residents in the apartment management.
A Study on Planning and Composition of Module Unit in Korean Traditional House
Kim, Jong-Hoon ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 23, issue 4, 2012, Pages 41~48
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2012.23.4.041
The purpose of the study, approaching from the aspect of the construction technologies, is to determine the architectural techniques of traditional wood architects in existence, through which the systems and techniques that create the inherent characteristics of Korean Architecture are clarified. With understanding traditional construction system and focusing on the fact that built environment results from the consistent standards and technologies of architects, this study inquires into the systematic standard and its formation that present in the process of planning for the overall scale and shape of a building from the following (four) perspectives. The study determines the characteristics of '間(Kan)' (unit; fundamental unit that measures Korean traditional houses) and the methods of columns disposition of which the '間 (Kan)' is made up. Once the necessary spaces are decided according to the size of a building, then floor plans are drawn with the standard unit, '間(Kan)'. The '間(Kan)', as a modular unit, is not only composing the floor plans, but also functioning as an Area unit, Space unit and Structural unit. Composition of '間(Kan)' varies with disposition of columns, and therefore multiform of floor and spaces are created. In this study, the '間(Kan)', as a standard unit, is used in the form of specific size and area, and it is demonstrated how the floor plans are developed by organizing the columns in accordance with the spaces requested.
Study on the Application of Modular Technologies to Han-ok
Lee, Chang-Jae ; Lim, Seok-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 23, issue 4, 2012, Pages 49~57
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2012.23.4.049
This study was conducted to apply the modular construction method to Han-ok. The modular method, which is differentiated from the existing one, means a construction method that equipments, windows and interior materials are prefabricated as a six-sided object at a plant and then they are assembled at the least process on the spot. As for the theoretical observation, the theoretical basis to apply the modular method to the modular housing and Hanok was divided into environmental and economic aspect. In order to apply the modular method to Hanok, the unit scale and size were selected and the plane of unit module Hanok was developed. And a standard with regard to the unit combination and material lifting transportation method was set and planned. In addition, through the comparison the unit modular Hanok to the existing Hanok, the difference was analyzed and the strength was identified in terms fo design method, structure, construction method, period and cost. In final, the conclusion, with regard to the economic, technical application in future, was drawn through arranging the study contents. The unit modular Hanok to carry out the high-quality dwelling through construction period reduction, standardized construction materials and improved insulation performance can meet the demands for a paradigm of new construction technology.
A Study on the Space Usage by the New Hanok Plan Composition - Focused on the New Hanok in Jeollanam-do Province -
Park, Jin-A ; Kim, Soo-Am ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 23, issue 4, 2012, Pages 59~67
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2012.23.4.059
Developing the modern design of Hanok and providing support for the commercialization model development in recent years propelled by the New Hanok Support Strategies of the central government in conjunction with the New Hanok revitalization related projects reflecting local goverments. New Hanok revitalization, the rekindling and revaluing of human behaviors and interests in local goverments following the social and cultural changes of the past decades, has emeraged as an increasingly traditional area of concerning in New Hanok planning. In this paper we attempt to this discussion by describing recent projects in New Hanok revitalization in Jeollanam-do Province. Therefore, this study aims to examine the classification of compound knowledges based multidimensional relationship by using Self-Organizing Maps (SOM). SOM is an unsupervised learning neural network model for the analysis of high-dimensional input data. By using SOM, we were able to create a cluster map reflecting the characteristics of the New Hanok. In this case the pattern of the preference data was easily understood by visual analysis. Liking for compound knowledge deduced from this data was classified into 8 categories according to the compound knowledge properties of New Hanok. As a result, a systematic approach for analysis the characteristics of individual family and living environment of New Hanoks and 10 space usage patterns the changes in some aspects of New Hanok.
Analysis of the Impact on Changes in Residential Communities through Urban Regeneration with Art Programs - Focused on Cheong-ju Sajik 2-dong -
Choi, Min-Gyeong ; Hwang, Hee-Yun ; Kwon, Jeong-Ju ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 23, issue 4, 2012, Pages 69~76
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2012.23.4.069
This study conducted an analysis of importance levels and also an AHP analysis based on the results of the monitoring (from Aug 2011 through Feb 2012) carried out in the Sajik 2-dong in the City of Cheong-ju. By quantitatively eliciting the effects that the urban regeneration projects that use art programs have on the changes in the perception of community housings and by analyzing the results of objective verification, this study was able to ascertain that local resident festivals had the greatest impacts on the change in the perception of community housings in the Sajik 2-dong in the City of Cheong-ju. This is deemed to be attributable to the fact that programs such as local resident festivals, in which various age groups participated, - amidst the unmitigated circumstance of Sajik 2-dong in the City of Cheong-ju (conflicts among the residents on account of redevelopment project) - exerted significant influences in the perceptional change of the community and in the resolution of conflicts.