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Journal of the Korean housing association
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Volume 24, Issue 6 - Dec 2013
Volume 24, Issue 5 - Oct 2013
Volume 24, Issue 4 - Aug 2013
Volume 24, Issue 3 - Jun 2013
Volume 24, Issue 2 - Apr 2013
Volume 24, Issue 1 - Feb 2013
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A Study on Types of Natural Elements Introduced in Contemporary Japanese Residential Space - Focused on the Plants & Water -
Kim, Jeong-Ah ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 24, issue 5, 2013, Pages 1~8
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2013.24.5.001
Recently, as people have more interest in health, and some change takes place in their lifestyles, a demand for environment-friendly residential space is also increasing. Research on the introduction of natural elements is mostly conducted for humans to pursue a more pleasant and comfortable life in residential space since it has one of the closest relation with humans. Therefore, it is such an important assignment at present when environmental problems are considered significant. Based on such a necessity, this study analyzed the introduction types and characteristics of natural elements in residential space by considering essential and psychological aspects more than previous researches on residential space with practical and functional aspects. As natural elements, this study put limits on plants and water that are used a lot in the interior space, and by dividing introduction types into recomposition of courtyard space, spatial partition and decorative elements, this study carried out a case analysis of residential space structures recently completed in Japan. As a basic research on space planning that is desperately required by change in the residential life paradigm and on the basis of understanding about nature, it is expected that the results of this study will be used as design basic data useful when establishing plans of introducing natural elements for residential space in the future.
A Case Study on the Local-based Welfare Facilities of Urban Renaissance Agency in Japan by Business Entry System for Stable Living
Yoo, Soon-Seon ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 24, issue 5, 2013, Pages 9~16
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2013.24.5.009
The purpose of this study is to analyze local-based social welfare facilities to respond to secular change of the UR rental housing estates in Japan. The selected case studies for the analysis are Hibarigaoka, Hamakousien, Turumai UR rental housing estates constructed around 1960's. The analysis was done through UR website, MLIT (Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism) and MHLW (Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare) policy report, and related literature. These case studies are connected with housing policy as well as welfare policy and performed to Stable Living Creation Project by Business Entry System for Stable Living. The types of local-based social welfare facilities are classified by welfare corporation and medical corporation. The results are as follows: 1) The implementation of cooperative and participative system not only the private sector (welfare and medical Corporation, etc.) but also the public (MLIT, MHLW, UR Renaissance Agency, Local government, etc.). 2) Repurposed of land through rent and transfer of land for local-based social welfare facilities in the process of housing stock renewal utilization. 3) The pursue of regional revitalization through attached to multi-generation facility or local community space for elderly in local-based social welfare facilities.
A Study on the Elevation and Facade Design of the Multi-family Housing in Paris - A Survey of the Winning Projects in the Multi-family Housing Project Competition in Paris in 2011 -
Seok, Jeong-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 24, issue 5, 2013, Pages 17~26
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2013.24.5.017
This study is aimed to investigate the characteristics of the elevations in the contemporary multi-family residential buildings in Paris. The survey was performed by studying 30 buildings which had won the multi-family residential project competitions, held in Paris in 2011. Since 30 buildings in the survey will be constructed in Paris in a couple of years, current trends of the elevations of the multi-family residential buildings can be extracted. Historically and also currently, in France, the multi-family housing has been studied to solve the various social problems; especially in Paris where the historical buildings and the modern and the contemporary buildings stand together in perfect harmony. The uniform elevations of the multi-family residential buildings in Korea, have been consist problems in the country. By studying the building elevations in Paris, the solutions to solve the current problems and to improve the situation, can be found. The study will be discussed in three different categories. First of all, the volume and the mass of building in the survey buildings, will be analyzed. Secondly, the openings in the facade, such as the windows and the balconies of the survey projects, will be analyzed. Finally, the materials and the colors of the facade will be discussed. By analyzing the elevations of the multi-family residential building projects, which had won the competitions, and are soon to be built in Paris, the various experiments and the attempts in building elevations, currently happening in Paris which is mostly known as a Haussmann style city, can be presumed, as well as the willingness of the city to reserve the historic buildings in the city.
A Study on Factors Influencing Residential Satisfaction by Elderly Household Types
Chun, Hyeonsook ; Oh, Minjun ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 24, issue 5, 2013, Pages 27~37
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2013.24.5.027
Because of rapid aging, housing stability of elderly household is becoming an important social problem. The population of the elderly people was 11.3% and that of the elderly household was 23.2%, about 407 million, in 2010. Yet, social policies for elderly people are focusing on the household who takes care of the elderly people, not on the elderly headed households. These policies fail to reflect the reality. Housing satisfaction of the elderly household is different based on the tenure type and the satisfaction can be further affected by the types of elderly household within the same tenure group. Thus, strengthening the policies for the elderly headed households as well as differentiating the policies based on the types of household is required in order to meet the needs of the elderly households. For the elderly household living in a rent house in a city, a housing voucher is needed and for the low income elders who own their houses, housing renovation is required. Public housing affects only the residential satisfaction of single elderly households, not for all elderly households probably because public housing does not meet the demand of the elderly households appropriately. Since the elderly households wanting to move is noticeably small, a policy that provides proper facilities within the elders' neighborhood is most necessary. Also, in order to lessen the burden of housing expenses of the elders with low income, a public housing policy, in which 2-3 people living together in one public housing, needs to be examined.
Analysis of Monetary Value of Art Mediated Urban Regeneration Programs in Declining Residential Areas - Focused on Cheong-ju Sajik 2-dong -
Jeong, Yun-A ; Hwang, Hee-Yun ; Lee, Kyu-Sun ; Hong, Eui-Dong ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 24, issue 5, 2013, Pages 39~48
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2013.24.5.039
The goal of this paper is to assess the monetary value of each of the programs, by estimating the amount of willingnessto- pay for the urban regeneration programs that are being carried out in the art media space. Using the Sajik 2-dong in the City of Cheongju that is undergoing urban regeneration through 4 art mediated programs as the subject of this study, the monetary value was calculated through a contingent valuation method (CVM) that used double double-bounded question method. As a result of the analysis, the amount of willingness-to-pay for urban regeneration programs was found to be 36,250 won monthly average per household and, when this was converted to reflect all the households in the Sajik 2-dong area, the amount was estimated to be approximately 117 million won. In addition, in the case of the respondents who have experienced such programs, the amount of willingness-to-pay was found to be monthly average wise 12,880 won higher than those respondents who have not. As a result of the measurement of values based on art mediated urban regeneration programs, the Byeol-ddong-dae for children culture exploration program showed as having the highest value, followed by the local resident festival program, street puppet program and the resident autobiography program.
Residential Conditions and Spatial Patterns of Two-person Households in Seoul - Multivariate Analysis Using GIS -
Lee, Jae-Su ; Lee, Sam-Su ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 24, issue 5, 2013, Pages 49~56
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2013.24.5.049
The goal of this research is to explore quantitative and residential features and spatial patterns of two-person households to suggest policy implications for housing supply and development in Seoul. Major findings of this study are as follows. First, the number of two-person households has increased rapidly mainly due to the growth of the elderly and single-parent households. They are mainly composed of the elderly over 60s and the youth of 30s of householder age. They are less likely to have well-paying jobs, and thus more likely to suffer from poverty. They are also inclined to live in rental and small-sized residential units and spatial segregation between the youth and the elderly became serious. In addition, their residential area can be classified into four types: area adjacent to employment centers, hinterland of urban centers, affordable multi-family housing area and redeveloped apartment area. It is necessary to change the current housing policy directions to take changing population and household structure into consideration. Also, diversified housing strategies and programs should be prepared to consider various household types and their needs and demands. Place-based strategies for housing supply and development are needed in consideration of spatial patterns and locational attributes of two-person households. Attention needs to be paid to resolving the social issue of residential segregation between different generations.
Distribution Pattern and Functional Characteristics of Shop-house in the 2nd Class General Residential Zone in Seoul - A Case Study of Seokchon, Yangjae, Dunchon, and Sagajeong Districts -
Yang, Woohyun ; Kim, Sung-Eun ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 24, issue 5, 2013, Pages 57~67
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2013.24.5.057
The purpose of this study is to find out distributional principles of the shop-houses in residential district through physical composition of residential area. Through the research that are based on literature and field survey, it analysed the relation between physical composition of residential area and the shop-houses of selected four sites under similar urban condition where land readjustment project were held. The consequences of this study are summarized as follows; 1) A road that is not penetrating the inside a residential area is seemed to have low occupancy of shops comparing to other roads with similar hierarchy. And the shops functions as convenience facilities. It can be inferred from the statement above that even a road with higher hierarchy is not easy to form commercial area if without penetrating the residential area. 2) According to the size and the arranged method of Inner blocks of residential area towards major roads, distribution of shop-houses appear to be different. In other words, when shop-houses are located along the roads, the proportion of shop was higher than when located perpendicular to the roads. 3) When the number of average lots are little and the size of block is small, usually, street ratio and the number of corners gets higher, which eventually increases the number of shop-houses.
A Study on Problems and Improvement for G-SEED of Evaluation System through Investigating Transition Process of Overseas Green Building Certification Criterion - Focused on Apartment -
Park, Jae-Han ; Cha, Gi-Wook ; Hong, Won-Hwa ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 24, issue 5, 2013, Pages 69~76
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2013.24.5.069
The seriousness of greenhouse gas exhaustions and energy use of the building has increased, the world is making an effort with many requests and the consultation for sustainable development. For this reason, Green Building Certification Criteria has been implemented to reduce environmental load, high-performance and environmentally friendly in the United States, the United Kingdom and Germany. In response to the global trend like this, the Korean Government has induced the eco-friendly construction and sustainable development to implement the G-SEED (Green Building Certification Criteria of Korea) in 2002. However, in spite of the many authentication result, G-SEED has been pointed out that it needs for improve in the evaluation system of Apartment sector which accounts for more than 40% of the authentication. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to suggest improvements in the evaluation system. To achieve this, this study have selected for LEED, BREEAM, DGNB of comparison target, drawn improvements through comparing transition process in G-SEED.
A Field Study on Community Facility Management of 10-Year Public Rental Apartment Housing and Community Program Management Plan in Response to Tenants' Needs
Kang, Soon-Joo ; Kim, Jin-Young ; Lee, Bo-Bae ; Cho, Yi-Beu ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 24, issue 5, 2013, Pages 77~88
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2013.24.5.077
This study is to find out how community facilities of 10-year public rental apartments are currently managed and to propose a new community program management plan by analyzing key characteristics and program needs of tenants. Site visits and questionnaire surveys have been conducted at five different complexes producing 469 results that can be summarized as follows; 1) There were significant differences in the use of facilities and vitality of community among five complexes depending on tenants' participation and efforts of management staff. It was advisable to dispatch specialists, such as housing welfare workers, who were dedicated to managing facilities and supporting community programs; 2) There were high demanded for communication facilitation programs and environmental activities. Development of communication contents and distribution of manuals to inform and educate tenants about various environmental programs will be helpful; 3) The number of community facilities in each complex should be reduced those with high demand and the regional community center should be more vitalized with supporting programs and staff.