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Volume 6, Issue 2 - Jun 1995
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A Study on the Dwelling Style in Seoul - Focusing on the Behavioral Posture -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 6, issue 2, 1995, Pages 1~12
The purpose of this study was to examine the actual condition and trends in changing dwelling style, focusing on the behavioral posture. Questionnaire survey method was used in this study. Questionnaires were administered to 402 households (April. 1988) and 178 households (April, 1994) in Seoul. The major findings were as follows : 1. Dwelling style related to dwellers in Seoul can be classified into several changing patterns. 2. The factors which affected on the dwelling style were age. family income. type of house, the size of floor space, and the number of rooms.
The differences of the elderly and the housing features according to housing types
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 6, issue 2, 1995, Pages 13~19
The main objectives of this study were to determine the differences in the personal, Physical, socio-psychological characteristics of the elderly and the housing features according to housing types. This study classifed housing types into 4 types : purchased apartment, public rental apartment, charge-free institiutional housing for the elderly and private housing facility for the elderly. On the basis of the findings. these are the following conclusions : Generally, the morale of residents in elderly facilities was higher that that of the apartment residents'. This result could support the development of senior housing in Korea. Residnets of rental apartment were younger and their functional health and level of independence were higher than those of others. Therefore, rental housing would be an alternative housing for the independent low-income elderly. However, the morale of rental housign residents was lower than that of others. The elderly housing facility residents' recongnition of the housing managers' leadershop style was higher than that of the apartment residents'. This results ensures the importance of housing manager's role in managing senior housing.
Preferences and norms for multi-family dwellings of Korean households
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 6, issue 2, 1995, Pages 21~31
A Study on the Estimation of the Housing Demand in Different Local Areas in Relation with the Differents of Population Structure
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 6, issue 2, 1995, Pages 33~42
At the moment the housing demand needs estimated at the level of provinces and big cities. But at the level of small cities and smaller administrative unit like Goon, it is not, for lack of appropriate estimating method. Therefore it is very much required to develope appropriate estimating method at such levels. This study is an attempt to apply to some local areas the estimating method developed by Professor Miyqke of Japan as is suggested in his article. "How to Estimate the Housing Demand in Relation with the Different of Poulation Structure." The result shows that the applied local areas showed repective characteristics distinguished from one another in the pattern of housing demand, to prove the approprateness of the method when applied to the areas at the level of small cities and Goons.
A Study on the Outdoor Activity , Cognition , Independent Behavior of Infant according to the Physical Character of the Intermediate-Territory at the Group Houses
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 6, issue 2, 1995, Pages 43~49
The purpose of this study is to find out the relation between the outdoor activity and independent behavior of infant and the physical charater of the intermediate-territory. Another purpose is to find out the estimate of infant's mother to the intermediate-territory as the space of the infant's outdoor life. As the result of this study, the following points are confirmed: 1) The outdoor activity, cognition, independent behavior of infant is affected by the physical character of the intermediate-territory. 2) The time and frequency of outdoor activity is affected bu the physical character of the intermediate-territory. 3) The cognition and the boundary of outdoor activity are affected by the physical character of the intermediate-territory. 4) The time of independent behavior is affected by the physical character of the intermediate-territory. 5) The estimate of infant's mother to the intermediate-territory as the space of infant's activity is very bad. The physical environment of intermediate-territory is very poor.
Establishment of Optimum Floor Surface Temperature Floor in Ondol Heating System
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 6, issue 2, 1995, Pages 51~55
This study presents a real neutral floor surface temperature in floor panel heating system(Ondol). The Ondol heating system can keep the constant temperature. However, the actual temperature when a person sits on a floor can be different from the surface temparature of a floor it self. The contents of this study are as follows : 1) measuring the spatial distributions of thermal conditions 2) the thermal sensation vote of residents is taken in order to investigate the relation between thermal condition and human thermal sensation in sedentary condition 3) estimating the neutral floor surface temperatures by measuring floor surface temperatures.
A trend of the bathroom planning of apartment - Focused on the apartments in Kangnam Gu -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 6, issue 2, 1995, Pages 57~67
The purpose of this study is to provide basic data for a desirable bathroom planning of apartments. This study explores the changes of the bathroom planning and analyzes the bathroom plans of the existing apartments. The collected data are 197 cases of the bathroom plans of the apartments (area:10-69 pyung) constructed in Kangnam Gu. Seoul between 1973-1993. where 47.624 households live. This study consists of an overview on the changes of the bathroom planning by the decade and findings on the bathrooms and dressing rooms of the present apartments. The numbers, location, size and proportion of the bathroom and dressing room and the direction of the bathroom door are examined in turn. For the better planning of the bathroom. factors like family size, life cycle, and manner of bathroom use should be analyzed in the future studies. The analysis of the bathroom plans of the apartments in the entire city of Seoul maybe a prerequisite to them.
A Basic Study for the Improvement Project of Housing Environment in the Cheju Island Region the Era of Globalization
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 6, issue 2, 1995, Pages 69~76
Recent opening of the era of local government and management randers study tasks concerning the improvement of the housing conditions by improving the problems in the residential conditions of the cheju Island region so as to help improve the life qualities of this legion make the area as an international resort place, and thus develop the indentify in the heat of the people in this region. The suggestions based on the study for the improvement of housing environment are summarized as follows: (1) To improve the collective housing. housing construction plan shall b made in harmony with the skylines of the Hanra mountain alongside the East-West rides across the long diameter of the oval shape of the Island, which includes 1) the construction of housing complex in harmony with and taking advantage of the natural scene of the area. and 2) the construction of variable housing readjustable in accordance with each family structure of variable housings for multi-families, which are believed not to provide quality housing conditions. Shall be entrained. (2) Encouraging the construction of detached house : 1) construction of housings in which three generations can reside together according to the traditional family structure in the region. 2) construction of the pastoral housings. 3) construction of tenement housings partitioned for each two families. 4) development of sliver town in the rural area. (3) Using the construction mateials produced in the Cheju I land will help promote the development of identity in the heart of the people in this region.
A Study on the Directions of Sustainable Architecture for Dwelling Planning
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 6, issue 2, 1995, Pages 77~86
The purpose of paper is to suggest directions of sustainable Architecture for dwelling planning. It deals with foreign examples regarding recycling Architecture in the point of using natural resources and enerty effectively and minimizing environmental wastes. The methods which can be applied to Korean dwelling planning are as follows : 1) To use the underground space of apartments as public energy-saving facility 2) To use conservatory passive solar systems at south-facing balconies of apartments 3) To flow daylight into the staircase fo single-family house 4) To construct compactly doors and windows which have high-level insulation with high insulated walls and ventilation systems 5) To recycle materials such as steel. wood and soil 6) To recycle space according to the change of uses 7) To make users participate actively when we plan for dwelling.
GEOMETRICAL SURFACE DATA FOR A KOREAN ADULT
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 6, issue 2, 1995, Pages 87~90
A Study on the Characteristics of Spatial Environmental Needs in a Three generation Family
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 6, issue 2, 1995, Pages 91~99
The purpose of this research is to grasp the spatial environmental needs of a three generation family, thereby to suggest some major concepts which can be used as basic design guidelines for a three generation family housing. Data were collected through a questionnaire survey from 467 housewives living in a three generation family households. Results showed that most respondents want to be seperated from their old parents. This tendency, however, changed once a housing alternative for the three generation living was assumed to have been developed. The most preferred alternative housing units were identified. The desirable proportions of the unit alternatives were 34% for a single unit. 28% for the two connected units. 7% for two separated units within a building and 32% for two separated units in different buildings within the same housing complex.
-The development process of the plane proportion Method on the DAPO Hapgak Style House-
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 6, issue 2, 1995, Pages 101~112
The purpose of this study is reserch the approch and basic principle which make it possible to establish the consistent and subjective direction on the proportion method of DAPO HAPGAK STYLE House in the traditional Korean architecture. The object of reseach which should be considered in dealing with traditional concept on proportion are as follows. What is the proportional method in the plane of the Korean traditional archtecture. In this study, it was intended to find out that, what was the basis of numerical system implied in the proportion system of Korean traditional architecture and whether there can be the absolute and ideal relatioship between proportion systmes or not.
Satisfaction with Housing , Community , and Living Environment - Comparison among Urban , Rural , and Fishing Village Residents -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 6, issue 2, 1995, Pages 113~121
A Study on the Improvement Method of Settlement Environment in Rural Area
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 6, issue 2, 1995, Pages 123~137
This paper presents the directions for the settling environment improvement of 244 Eups and Myeons in the Kyung buk province. Depending on their regional types. The analysis results are as follows : 1) According to the index of general estimation each regional group is classified into the developing country. suburban country. flatland country or mountain country. 2) The regional type is classified into densly-inhabitated district. less-dense district. non-developing district or perishing district. 3) The results of the dwelling environment estimation pointed out that social protection. living convenience. and neighborship are important factors for environmental improvement, depending on the regional type. From above, each region has different regional characteristics and environmental estimation structure. It is suggested to establish improvement directions. based on them.
Mother's perception for the importance of selected criteria of day care center according to the demographic characteristics
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 6, issue 2, 1995, Pages 139~153
The primary goals of this study were to find out how is the mother's perception for the importance of criteria when choosing day care center, and to examine how different there are according to the demographic characteristics, futhemore to investigate how different the importance of criteria when mothers choose an ideal day care center are given the present situation, when mother choose day care center are according to the related variables. The major results of this research are shown as follow: 1. Generally, there was significant differences in the mother's perception for the importance of quality criteria of day care center according to the demongraphic characteristics. 2. There were statistically significant differences in the importance of criteria when mothers choose day care center in 2 conditions: 1) given the present situation(income, trasportation, location of workplace etc.). when mothers choose day care center 2) when mothers choose an ideal day care center regardless of the present situation) according to several demographic variables.
A Study on the Stress in Housing of a Three generation Family
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 6, issue 2, 1995, Pages 155~161
The purpose of this research is to discribe the stress in housing of a three generation family. Data were collected through a questionnaire survey form 467 housewives living in a three generation family households. Major finding were as follow: The female elderly was the most popular type. Married children tended to live together with the forced feeling of responsibility rather than with a volunteering attitude. Many good points steming from three generations living together. however, were recognized by the housewives. This will provide suport to reevaluationg the value of the elderly in this industrial society. The felt stress and expressed various undesirable behavioral adjustments and constraints in relation to the stress. Several planning concepts including privacy, storage space, and soundproof were suggested to enchance the quality of residential environment for the family.
Taegu College Students' Attitudes toward Three Generation Coresidence
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 6, issue 2, 1995, Pages 163~170
The purpose of this study is to investigate the college students' attitudes towerd caregiving and three-generation coresidencd of the future family living. In order to use its analysed results as a basic for the housing for the aged in Korea and to improve quality of their living environment. the number of 321 college students' in Taegu were surveyed and percent. crosstabulations were used to analysis the data. The result showed firstly that there was no difference in those college students' attitude toward caregiving to the old parents between sexes. and secondly that they had a potential sense of responsbilty of the eldst son of daughter for caragiving to the parents when considering the order of brothers and sisters. Thirdly the respondents of the female students were far more nagative for three-generation coresidence that that of the male students. Fourthly, there was no relation to the three-generation coresidenct regardless of the family form or the order of brothers and sisters. Fifthly, housing type based on the three-generation coresidence showed that they preferred an independent house with the size of 31-40 pyong. It was also shown that the room for the parents should be arranged in the best position.
A Study on the Front Windows Frame of Maeng's House
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 6, issue 2, 1995, Pages 171~180
This paper tries to define the characteristics of windows frame built in the end of Koryu dynasty to the early period of Chosun dynasty. The windows frame is found both in temples and in Maeng's house. It is thus proved that the frame was a general one prevailed in that time without regard to function and region. And it proves to be the original form of windows frame of temples and houses in the middle or the end of Chosun dynasty.
A Comparative Study of Korean and Danish Folk Tables
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 6, issue 2, 1995, Pages 181~189
It is thought as more important for us to understand foreign countrie's culture in the modern society. because the world is becoming closer day by day thiough the develepment of communication and mass-media. Cross-cultural study could play a role to give an opportunity for people to understand foreign countrie’s culture easily.In this respect, this study was planned to find out similarity and difference between Danish and Korean folk tables made and used before the 20th century during the 18th-l9th century as a part of the comparative study of folk furniture between the two countries. It would be very interesting if we could find something valuable between Danish and Korean folk furniture. because they are located very far away each other geographically with less cultural communication before.There were more differences than similarity between the folk tables of the two countries and major findings were as followings : Firstly, there were many kinds of space-saving tables in Denmark. whereas only a few kinds of tables which could be removed easily after their usage were found in KoreaSecondly, Banish folk tables were more emphasized on the function rather than decoration. Whereas Korean folk tables were smaller lower and more decorative than Danish ones to fit their life-style of sitting on the floor.Thirdly, many Danish folk tables were made of bare wood. while Korean ones were finished by transparent lacquer or vegetable oil. Stone tops if tables were rare in both countries. Lastly. there were common factors in the design of legs of folk tables in both countries. It was interesting that animal legs such as deg tiger cat. lion, and eagle were used for design motif of the table legs. But trestle leg, cross leg and gate leg were not found in Korean folk tables. As a conclusion, throughout this study, it became obvious that life-style was one of the most important factor influencing on the design of furniture.
A Study on the Method of Space Analysis in the Contemporary Dwelling House by the Application of the Space Syntax
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 6, issue 2, 1995, Pages 191~204
On this research. The method of space analysis(Space syntax) is used to investigate the relation between composition and configuration in the houses of four modern architects. Space analysis represent that the houses permutate the morphological properties of depth and rings to embed domestic fuctions within the hoe and to interface household memgers. Two of the house are judged to be well composite but banal: The other appear more inventive in relation compositinal principles to space configuration, to create a measure of subtlety and richness in life style which is lacking in the examples where form is manipulated in the abstract. On this research. It is discoverd that Knowledge of both the internal laws of form and the social logic of space is required to generate the practical conjunction of formal rigour with fuctional ease which we recognise in the houses of architects.
The demand for air conditioning in rural city
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 6, issue 2, 1995, Pages 205~212
The objective of this study were to determine new air conditioning's selling possibility and discriminate it's market in Pusan and Daegu. The data were collected by using questionnaire. On the basis of the findings. These are follwing conclusions : Come to think of using rates of air conditioning. Function of air conditioning in house is not satisfied nowadays. Residents prefer it's function of cooling plus heating to only cooling in order to use a air conditioning in winter and the turning point of the season. And the air conditioning should be furnished economy, environment, convenience, amenity, safety.
A study on the code's housing history through casework
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 6, issue 2, 1995, Pages 213~223
The purpose of this study is to investigate the housing behavior through the code's housing history. The data were collected by open descriptive answering of 28 students in Y.University. The major findings are as follows: The characteristics of code's housing history were changed by stages of family life. The greastes changes are in the stage of elementary school(3rd stage). Before the 3rd stage, living in out of town, detached house, rental house is to superior than town(Dae Gu). Apt.. own house. And housing adaptation is to superior than housing adjustment. After 3rd stage go by contraies.