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Journal of the Korean housing association
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The Korean Housing Association
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Volume 25, Issue 6 - Dec 2014
Volume 25, Issue 5 - Oct 2014
Volume 25, Issue 4 - Aug 2014
Volume 25, Issue 3 - Jun 2014
Volume 25, Issue 2 - Apr 2014
Volume 25, Issue 1 - Feb 2014
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A Study on Planning Preference Property of Apartment Housing according to the Participatory Design Method through Generation
Cho, Sung-Woo ; Oh, Se-Gyu ; Yu, Po-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 25, issue 5, 2014, Pages 1~10
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2014.25.5.001
In the upcoming 21st century, we predict change and development in various aspects. Some fundamental causes of change in housing lifestyles such as the change in family make-up are gradually becoming more and more realistic problems as the society is shifting to the younger generation family make up refer to the rapid increase of the agedpopulation, growth of single households, the drop in the number of family members, the change in the economic situation and technology level, and change in values. The purpose of this research is to, more away from the standardized supply of housing and to approach apartment housing plans in multilateral aspects, compare and analyze the difference between the housing demands of different generations and the influence that the current housing type has on demand forecasting by case studies of Unit Living Space planning that we will utilize the participating design method in which parents and children took part in.
The Trend of Housing Design and Town Planning of New Towns in Indonesia
Megawati, Dewi Ratih ; Ju, Seo Ryeung ; Hanan, Himasari ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 25, issue 5, 2014, Pages 11~20
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2014.25.5.011
Recent changes in the dynamics of national economies, market liberalization, changes in technologies and movement of capital have had a major effect on the Asian Pacific region since the early 1990's, as there has been an increasing role for foreign housing developers in those countries that experienced economic liberalization, high urbanization rates and reforms in the housing sectors. Recently the cosmopolitan cities of Indonesia attracted a global interest due to its rapid economic development and great potential of population and natural resources. New town development emerged as one of the solutions to reduce urbanization problems in Indonesia. This study aims to explore the contemporary planning principles of new town developments in representative new town projects supplied by of major housing development companies in Indonesia. We conducted case study on the new town named Kota Baru Parahyangan, which is located in outskirt of Bandung, the third biggest city in Indonesia and supplied by PT. Belaputra Intiland. As a result of this study, we can identify unique characteristics of new town development in Indonesia.
A Research on the Housing Safety Threat Condition of the Elderly in Rural Area
Kang, Hye-Kyung ; Cho, Hee-Keum ; Lee, Mi-Young ; Eum, Ga-Young ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 25, issue 5, 2014, Pages 21~32
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2014.25.5.021
This research intends to discover the housing conditions of the elderly in rural area in South Korea, and identify measures to improve the conditions for an independent and safe life of seniors. This research conducted both survey research and experimental study. The survey interviewed 1,000 elderly people over 65 in farming areas across the country based on random selection from Census 2010 and sampling by regional size and administrative unit (Eup, Myeon, Li) to reflect the regional characteristics more accurately. The data was analyzed using SPSS 18.0 program. The experimental study identified the housing elements that may threaten the life of seniors based on a complete survey on households of elderly people over 65 in a selected typical rural village. As a result, the most inconvenient and threatening factor in the housing facilities appears to be the floor level difference. It was identified that most houses had the risk of falling due to the differences of the floor level between indoor and outdoor, and slippery floor materials. The squat toilets also bring inconvenience not only to the seniors with limited mobility but also to healthy elderly people. In particular, as most bathroom doors opened inward, it may be difficult to escape from or rescue someone in an emergency of falling, fainting or exhaustion.
The Local Revitalization Effects of Public Arts Introduction to Gamcheon Culture Village Regeneration
Park, Jae-Hyun ; Lee, Yeun-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 25, issue 5, 2014, Pages 33~41
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2014.25.5.033
Today, modern society pursues the paradigm of creative city and regeneration. Cultural regeneration of revitalizing locality by utilizing culture catches attention, is a major approach. Public arts is considered as a catalyst of cultural regeneration, and it inspires vitality to declined districts. Gamcheon Culture Village, Busan has accelerated propagation of revitalization only in recent couple of years, and it has been developing with residents' participation continuously. The purpose of this research is to analyse the revitalizing effects of public arts introduction to Gamcheon Culture Village regeneration. In specific, social, cultural, economical, physical and environmental revitalization effects of the village were defined. The research method is questionnaire survey and 320 reponses from residents and visitors were collected. Data were statistically analyzed with SPSS18.0. The effects of public arts introduction to Gamcheon Culture Village regeneration are positive overall. However, according to the districts of the village, having diversity of art projects in both quantity and quality, the perceptions were different. Regeneration with utilizing public arts for revitalizing declined district, the Gamcheon case shed light on the future. The research indicated the value of public arts and some strategies of allocating art projects.
Evaluation of Thermal Environment in the Detached Housing Area Based on the Form-Based Codes
Ryu, Ji-Won ; Jung, Eung-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 25, issue 5, 2014, Pages 43~50
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2014.25.5.043
This study assesses thermal environment of detached housing area by classifying buildings types with codes based on spatial characteristics and forms of the detached housing area and applying heat island alleviation measures, especially focused on FBCs (Form-Based Codes). We analyzed shapes and materials of outdoor space with 3D-CAD, which can affect the surface temperature of the case studies, focusing on heat island alleviation measures, and performed space design by applying relevant climate factors to a simulation. As to the 3D surface temperature and HIP distribution, low-temperature distribution was shown in the case studies when we applied heat island alleviation measures. FBCs (Form- Based Codes) is being developed for the purpose of creating new urban environment. This study is significant because it pays attention to the effects of surface temperatures on accumulation of sensible heat and reviews heat island alleviation measures with outdoor space shapes/materials in order to lower surface temperatures, aiming at improved pleasantness of the detached housing area.
A Study on a Revitalization Plan for Community Projects of Inhabitants Initiative - Focus on a Community Project in Seoul -
Jee, Eun-Young ; Chun, Hyeon-Sook ; Eun, Nan-Soon ; Che, Hye-Won ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 25, issue 5, 2014, Pages 51~61
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2014.25.5.051
This study aims to understand the current state of a community project in Seoul and to determine a revitalization plan for community projects of inhabitants initiative. Regarding the research methods, 10 apartments that participated in this activation project in Seoul were selected, 31 residents who participated in community activities were surveyed, and 20 community planners in Seoul were surveyed. The results indicate that community leaders are the most important factor in community programs. community leaders must be able to promote participation and a spirit of service; they must also be capable of managing and implementing programs. To ensure that local community resources are utilized and integrated, it was shown that consultation and human resources are of the highest necessity. Moreover, regarding community education, it was shown that for providing general opportunities and means by which community activities may be implemented, program information and space applications are crucial. Furthermore, financial support and support for public relations activities from the government are necessary. To activate apartment communities, first, community education programs for residents must be provided. Second, a system that facilitates access to and sharing of resources from areas outside the community must be established. Third, financial support should be consistent to support community activities. Finally, the promotion of community vitalization at the government level is necessary.
Study on Recognition and Satisfaction of Modular Housing through the Post Occupancy Evaluation
Lee, Jeong-Mok ; Jang, Ok-Yeon ; Kim, Jin-Sol ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 25, issue 5, 2014, Pages 63~71
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2014.25.5.063
Recently, many researches on the supply of public rental-housings that utilize modular houses have been conducted for the expanded supply of public rental house and consumer-customized supply. For this reason, a research on recognition and satisfaction of residents who live in modular houses was conducted based on their evaluations on public rental houses utilizing actual modular houses. Consequently planning guidelines that would increase residency satisfaction was drawn. Surveys and interviews of 'The Gongneung Hee-mang Housing' were conducted, and analyses of descriptive statistics, multiple regression analysis and importance-satisfaction analysis were conducted. The post occupancy evaluations inform that to gain extra recognition by promoting advantages of modular houses and engaging in educational activities are needed. Dealing with issues such as external noises and vibrations, proper common facility, interior space plan, taking account of facility plan is also needed. This study would contribute to establish modular house planning, reflecting the residents' practical demands.
U.S. Baby Boomers' Intention to Move and Reasons for Moving after Retirement
Kwon, Hyun Joo ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 25, issue 5, 2014, Pages 73~82
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2014.25.5.073
The purpose of this study is to identify U.S. Baby Boomers' intention to move and their reasons for moving after retirement, and to examine the associations between their socio-demographic characteristics and housing characteristics, and their reasons for moving after retirement factors. A total of 403 usable data were collected through an online survey using a self-administrated questionnaire. For data analyses, descriptive statistics, factor analysis, t-test, and ANOVA were used. Almost 30% of the total respondents considered moving and 15% were strongly agreed to move after their retirement. The most frequently mentioned reasons for moving after retirement were 'a place with good weather', 'being close to leisure activities', and 'a change or decline of my current neighborhood'. Four factors of reasons for moving after retirement (quality of residential environment, need assistant, proximity to activities, and proximity to family/friends) were identified. Age, marital status, number of household, housing type, homeownership, length of residence, and number of bedroom were significantly associated with the four factors of reasons for moving. The results of this study provide a better understanding to U.S. Baby Boomers' housing behavior after retirement which is 10 years faster than Korea, and suggest insights of housing plan for Korean older adults.
The Architectural Characteristics of Unjoru House in Gurye
Jang, Sun-Joo ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 25, issue 5, 2014, Pages 83~91
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2014.25.5.083
The main purpose of this research is to understand how the problems, which existing letter-shape houses have, are solved in Unjoru which is one of the letter-shape houses. Furthermore, there is the secondary purpose which is to realize the architectural characteristics of Unjoru through the process from the composition of rooms and buildings to the method of structure and roof formation. This research was approached in terms of architectural design, and as the result, the problems of the existing letter-shape houses was resolved by literally converting the shape of outdoor space to 品-shape form. Moreover through the result, it was recognized that the 占-Shape plan was flexible in responding to the demand of the times, such as the order of precedency within men and women and each generation. In addition to the previous results, it was confirmed that the location of major rooms was also decided by considering the interrelationship with natural environment of surrounding area. Also, in the whole proportion of building's plan, each building, such as ㄷ-shape Anchae and big-sized and middle-sized Sarangchae having 丁-shape form, and major rooms in the each building have proportion system such as 1:1, 3:4,
, and 3:5 as aesthetic numerical value. Finally, it was understood that the architectural intention had double-sided characters, one side was authority and dignity in the aspect of shape and another side was practicality in aspect of inner housing life.
The Fundamental Study for Development and Planning of Korean Style Continuing Care Retirement Communities - With Focused on Case Study in Korea -
Kim, Mi-Hee ; Oh, Ji-Young ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 25, issue 5, 2014, Pages 93~102
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2014.25.5.093
This study aims to develop the Korean types of continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs). CCRC is well evaluated as a residence that applies aging-in place concept, which is ideal for senior housing. Recently, in USA the CCRCs in which the increasing seniors' population and older households are guaranteed to get continuous protection without moving regardless of their deteriorating health are increasing. In Korea, CCRCs have emerged but not well developed in status quo. We conducted case study using three facilities located at Seoul and its suburbs in Korea to compare five categories such as application of 'aging in place' concept, location, architectural features, services or programs, and management. This study is expected to be used basic materials for CCRCs' complex and architectural planning, management strategies, and services or programs.
A Comparison of Urban Detached Houses in Seoul's New Housing Quarters in the Early 1960s
Jun, Nam-Il ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 25, issue 5, 2014, Pages 103~112
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2014.25.5.103
This study explores the typology of the urban detached houses in the new housing quarters that were created in the process of Seoul's urbanization in the aftermath of the Korean War. It analyzes and compares the urban tissue and space allocation set when the new urban residential areas were organized according to different methods of production. Based on the comparative analysis of housing built in the same time of 1960s, this study aims to deduce why a specific urban detached housing type was selected as an influential housing prototype and how this spread in later generations. Case study sites selected for this study include: the new Urban Hanok towns of Yongdu-dong, filled with mass Urban Hanoks built by housing developers; the single-family detached housing district of Myunmok-dong, filled with individual dwellings built by private builders; and the housing complex of detached houses in Suyu-dong, developed by government-sponsorship during the early 1960s. Each case examines the following: first, the difference in housing typology allocation according to urban tissue; second, the difference in spatial composition and arrangement within plots. As a result, it was found that differences in typology occur depending on which of the social, cultural, economic and technical factors was preferentially considered in forming urban tissue and allocating buildings in each residential area.
A Study on the Failure of Grands Ensembles of France and on the Methods of Renovation
Sohn, Sei-Kwan ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 25, issue 5, 2014, Pages 113~124
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2014.25.5.113
The grands ensembles, or large-scale high-rise housing projects, are widely regarded as notorious products of postwar French government policy in the area of housing and urban planning. There was a general consensus that the grands ensembles had been a 'failure'. They were perceived as the source of all the ills of the contemporary city, as responsible for a social breakdown stemming from lack of infrastructure, geographical isolation, and monotonous environments. French government embarked on a broad renovation effort in light of the deteriorated condition of grands ensembles in the 1980s, which has been approved as generally 'successful'. This study focusing on French cases allowed me to demonstrate that following qualifications are critically important for successful housing projects: urban contextual continuity, socially mixed community, authentic planning for achieving sense of place, relationship between collective and individual expression, et cetera.
A Study on Determinants of Elderly Residental Satisfaction on the Planned Elements of the Participatory Residential Environment Improving Projects - Focused on the Project of Yonnam-dong -
Kim, Ah-Leum ; Koo, Ja-Hoo ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 25, issue 5, 2014, Pages 125~132
DOI : 10.6107/JKHA.2014.25.5.125
The purpose of this study is to estimate the determinants of Elderly Residental Satisfaction on the residential environment improving projects and suggest the political implications. The survey include questionnaires about the satisfaction level on the project physical and non-physical maintenance factors. The results were statistically analyzed by Correlation Analysis and Regression Analysis. As the result of the study, firstly, it shows that 'traffic and improve pedestrian environment' and 'improved parking environment' factors that are important to the satisfaction of the elderly residents of a high impact on the business component a physical maintenance. Secondly, it shows that 'home improvement and management support' and 'economic foundation' factors that are important to the satisfaction of the elderly residents of a high impact on the business component a non-physical maintenance. The results of analysis on the determinants of Elderly Residental Satisfaction on the residential environment improving projects of Yonnam project may be important foundation for future strategies for improvement.