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Journal of the Korean housing association
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The Korean Housing Association
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Volume 8, Issue 2 - Nov 1997
Volume 8, Issue 1 - Nov 1997
Volume 8, Issue 3 - Oct 1997
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Comparative Analysis of Shared Space Needs according to Social Class through Small Group Workshop Panel Method
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 8, issue 1, 1997, Pages 1~12
The purpose of this research is to identify user needs for community space design, especially shared space. and compare them according to social class. Since the shared space concept is new, it will be difficult for residents to familiarize themselves with the new idea. This study used a Small Croup Workshop Panel Method instead of the conventional survey method for this reason The subjects were 6 Panel groups of S people per each group. Bach of the panels included 3consecutive workshops. The results can be summarised as follows. All the residents wanted various kinds of shared spaces for everyday living and leisure activity While there were generally great similarity regardless of resident's sub characteristics, some founed distintively dissimilar. The residents of 20s pyung apartment wanted day-care center, multi Purpose room for meeting and family events, library, study room, sports facilities, and cultural center in order. The shared spaces that residents of 30s pyung apartment wanted were library. study room. common dining, sports facilities. and cultural center in order. The residents of 50s pyung apartment wanted library, study room. multi purpose room, common storage, sports facilities. and cultural center in order. These findings imply some diverse plans instead of uniform ones are to be deliberately considered, This results can be usefully applied to develop new collective housing for different social class residents.
Demands for Leisure Facilities of Apartment Residents in Kimhae
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 8, issue 1, 1997, Pages 13~22
The purpose of this study was to examine the demand for leisure facilities of apartment residents in Kimgae. Data were collected through self-administered questionnaires designed for this study, and the sample consisted of 399 households. The data were analyzed through descriptive statistics and ANOVA analysis. Leisure facilities were divided into four specific types : sports facilities, hobby and cultured facilities, appreciation and exhibition facilities, and sociable facilities. It was found that the demands for four types of leisure facilities were high and the demands for park, swimming pool, culture center, library, cultural hall, and wamen’s hall were especially high. Family life cycle and housing size were important determinants of demands for leisure facilities.
A Study on the process of spatial transfiguration for the Railway Official Residence based on the transition of Social-culture
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 8, issue 1, 1997, Pages 23~35
The purpose of this study is to analyze the original plans of the Railway official residence and process of the transfiguration of those plans based on the transition of social-culture, using 54 houses which were built from 1920 to 1945 in Taegu-Kyoungbuk province. In addition, this study was carried out by means of research on the form and pattern, and visual anthropological method by photograph and direct observation. The results of this study are as follows : 1) The original plans of Railway official residences were composed of the entrance hall, TADAMI Rooms, bathroom, toilet and HUSMA(wooden sliding doors). 2) After 1945, the room, kitchen, toilet of Japanese style had been trasfiguerated to Korean traditional style. 3) Since 1980's, those of Korean traditional style has been trasfigurated to the livingroom, dinningroom, entrance hall and etc. of western style.
The Space Evaluation in Living Rooms with Slide Film
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 8, issue 1, 1997, Pages 37~48
The purpose of this study supply data that can make a living room a more comfortable space by using a plan of furniture usage, that is to say more affective to human's mental and physical character. For this purpose made experiment with slide film on 39 representative descriptions. The object of this research was female university students and to analyze the data. factor analysis. One-way ANOVA and scheffe-test were used by running SPSS PC+ program. The major results are as follows. In experiment with slide film for grasping spatial effect and evaluation on the 39 representative descriptions, three dimensions(clearness. openness. variety) extracted as the result of factor analysis. Especially the result of this study - sizes of space put independent valuables and each demotion put dependent valuables - shows differences according to space’ size.
The Effects of the Residential Mobility among the New Town Movers
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 8, issue 1, 1997, Pages 49~56
The purpose of this study was to identify effects of residential mobility among the new town movers. The major findings are as follows : 1) As they moved in new town the distance to their wok palce increased substantially. 2) Degree of residential satisfactions increased after moving in the new town. 3) Commuting time is strongly influenced by head of household's level of education, family life span, and tenure status of households.
A Case Study on Human Factors Approach to Designing the Executive Office in the Insurance Company
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 8, issue 1, 1997, Pages 57~75
Housing Values and Satisfaction of the New Town Bundang Apartment Residents
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 8, issue 1, 1997, Pages 77~85
The purpose of this study was to estimate the quality if New Town housing environment, and to present the direction of design policy to elevate it. For this study questionnaires were administrated to 272 homemakers living in apartment in Bundang. From 1st of May to 31st of May in 1995. Used statistical method was Frequency. Percentage. Mean, Factor Analysis, Correlation, Multiple Regression. The major finding is as follows : 1) Housing values were classified into five types : convenience, beauty, sociality, education, and economy, Resident ranked first economy among housing values the second is convenience, the third beauty, the forth education, while the most unimportant value is sociality. 2) House satisfaction was classified into four types : house size and plane structure, environment and facilities, interior decoration materials and facilities and building design. Residents were found to show the middle degree satisfaction on their house. 3) Housing complex satisfaction was ciassified four types : community facilities, management stage, neighborhood connection and complex facilities. Resident showed dissatisfaction on their apartment complex relatively. 4) Residents showed dissatisfaction on the interior decoration materials and facilities, local facilities and management attitude relatively.
Users' Needs for the Kitchen Space in Missouri , U.S.
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 8, issue 1, 1997, Pages 87~96
The user's needs for the American kitchen space were studied. Especially the remodelings and the desirable changes of the rural kitchen space were examined. Pilot study was carried out by the field survey. Questionnaire with 16 open-end items had been collested bt mail in Missouris, U.S. Based on the qualitative analysis of data for 104 houses. main characteristics of users' needs for the kitchen space can be summerized as follows : 1) The residents had changed or updated materials and facilities, and had enlarged storage space to equip more cabinets. Kitchen space had been adapted to new facilities and appliances. 2) The users still wanted to have larger kitchen space, more storage space and newer floor materials. Through this study it can be concluded that users needed kitchen space to be convenient and wide enough to work.