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Journal of the Korean housing association
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The Korean Housing Association
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Volume 3, Issue 2 - Sep 1992
Volume 3, Issue 1 - Jun 1992
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Changes in housing characteristics through residential mobility
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 3, issue 1, 1992, Pages 1~19
The primary objective of this study is to find out how housing characteristics have been changed through a recent move. Two hundreds and thrity households in Cheongju City who made a move during 1990 are selected for the empherical study. The findings show that almost families moved to the dwelling with similar or better conditions than the previous ones. The patterns of housing characteristics changed through a move play the role as an intervening variable between family characteristics and changes in housing satisfaction. Also, the results in general support the concepts of housing adjustment theory. There is a small number of low income families who moved to dwelling with worse conditions. Presumably constraints might prevent their housing adjustment behavior.
The Validity of Developing a Three Generation Family Apartment as a Cultural Housing Model in Korea : The Empirical Basis
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 3, issue 1, 1992, Pages 21~33
The purpose of this research was to find empirical evidence to support the varidity of developing a three generation family apartment as a cultural housing model In Korea. This was done through interviews, a questionnaire mailing survey and the delphi method.Major findings were as follows;There was a string preference for the elderly to live together with their married children, whereas their married children preferred to live independently, being separated from their old parents.Housewives of the younger generation recognized many advantages or good points of the three generation living together. They, however pointed out many disadvantages as well. Most of the good points were related to psychological comfortableness steming from living close each other, while most of the bad points to behavioral constraints steming from living together in one residential unit. This suggested that a new type of heusing, which provides privacy for each generation as well as the feeling of closeness between the two generations, needs to be developed to disseminate positive aspects of the three generation family cuture.There is a concensus among professionals that the three generation family apartment is a promising cultural housing model in korea, especially for the elderly in Korea.
A Study on the Architectural Device for Giving Distinction
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 3, issue 1, 1992, Pages 35~46
The purpose of this study is to find out the architectural device for two places to be perceived as having distinct characteristics from each other. A residence of Yi Dynasty is selected as the object appropriate for this purpose and analyzed accordingly. The result of the analysis can be presented on two demensionis one is that of the concrete form and the other is that of the abstract meaning generated by the form. It is meaningless to employ the form of the architecture of the past in today's architecture. The language of the architecture of the past must be reinterpreted into that of tody. This means understanding and expressing the meaning of the architecture of the past, using the form and materials available today. Without limiting its scope to figuring out "the architectural device for giving destinction" on the formal demension. this study tries to clarify the meaning generated by the form, on which its significance can be said to lie.
About the residents' attitude for the storage in economical sized housing - For the standardization of storage space in Apartment ( Part I )-
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 3, issue 1, 1992, Pages 47~56
This study attempts to fiugure out how residents differentially perceive the storage according to the housing types and sizes. The major findings are as follows: 1) The residents in the tenement house dissatisfy the storage space more than those in the detached house. 2) It is the arrangement that is considered as the most important factor while storaging. 3) It is non-daily goods that is the most difficult item to store. 4) Most information about storage is obtained form mass media.
A Survey on Furniture Usage in Living room
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 3, issue 1, 1992, Pages 57~67
Field survey were made. and the numbers of samples are 294 houses(3-ways;66-95.7m2, 99-128.7m2) and more than 132m')in Daegu.The major findings are as follows:1) The space evaluation of the living room is changed by the furniture occupancy rate and is different of the arrangement types.2) The space evaluation of the living room is much affected by the type of furniture which lie in near wall arrangement in 66-95.7m2, the proportion of the wall occupancy in 99-128.7m2, the proportion of the space occupancy in more of 132m2.3) In the living room an appropriate quantity of furniture is classified into 3 types of the occupying proportion.As the floor occupancy proportion supporting furniture is 13-22%, wall furniture is 10-l7f% and total furniture which combined both the supporting furniture and the wall furniture is 23-36%. Second. The proportion occupying the wall is 6-11% for the supporting furniture, 14-27% for the wall furniture, and 24-32% for the total furniture. Finally the proportion occupying the space is 12-9% for the supporting, 6-llftfer the wall furniture, and 12-l9ft for the total furniture.
A study on the systematic assortment of Minga types
Ha, Jong-Han ;
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 3, issue 1, 1992, Pages 69~84
This study is a trial to syustematize the types of Minga(house of the lower class) that is distributed in the whole Korean penninsula. It is thought that, it can be systematised by using the method of five step' assortment shich is able to divide the types of Minga. Five steps are as follows: 1. The system of appearance and evolution of floor 2. The system of forms 3. Areal distribution of forms 4. State of gathering of living spaces 5. Variety of forms
A review on the effect of a floor heating system on the human body
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 3, issue 1, 1992, Pages 85~92
A floor system have played a major part in the living in Korean house. It is an essential element in the residential houses. Uufortunately, a design method of the floor heating system for the human thereat comfort has not established in Korea system. This paper aims to review the previous researches to find the issue for the futher study of comfort floor heating design. The following results were obtained: 1) Nevins et at conducted experiments on the effect of the comfortable of floor and air temperatures on the psychological responses by a large number of subjects. Its objective was to find the combined condition to obtain thermal comfort for sedentary posture.7here has never been researches regarding a sitting Person on the heated floor. 2) Some investigation in Japan on the effect of floor heating system on a sitting person on the floor have been conducted for these years, but they are net based on the human heat balance but on only psychological responses. 3) Hirayama et al developed an indication method of the effect of heat conduction on the sedentary person.4) There are few researches on the human thermal comfort compared whth indoor environmental researches on mechanical controls in Korea. Thus, the further study on the followings in needed the estimaiing of heat conduction between tile hunman body and a floor, developing an index expressed the combined effect of convection, radiation and conduction and its associated experiments.