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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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A Study on the Loft in Korean Traditional Houses - Focused on the Chun-Buk Province -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 8, issue 2, 1997, Pages 1~15
This study is purpose to analyze and adjust structure and composition methodology for Loft of korean traditional houses and than studying correlation about housing plan, according to middle-story structure like Loft form housing architecture. The Loft is composited to level by condition of location, using a rise of stair by expanding of span by function. We can divide to condition of location flatland and slant. In the flatland case, Loft is so heating that the kitchen floor make a lowly and in the slant case, Loft is composited a part of wing using height attitude of floor when the house build type and ㅁ type. Through this study. the Loft is various form of this structural forming then is affect the house facade. The composite of wall is come with the existence of Loft and the wall divided by the lintel and wall line.
A Study on the Spatial Organization for Housing Environment in 'Moo-Yee Ma-Yul'
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 8, issue 2, 1997, Pages 17~26
This study has a object that is based on the clarification of the territorial space and spatial chracteristics on the historical village "Moo-Ye Ma-Yul", Sun-san . KyungBuck. Korea. This village has sheltered since 500-600 years ago and is located geometrical on buffle area between Southen and Northen area of South Korea to be composed by two types of housing form ; one is southen type and the other Northen. The housing scale was limmited with the ecinomical basement and is change rapidly on the quality of housing environments with the recently increased income . The surveying term on the village was 9 days of October 18-22 and June 21-22, 1996 and March 29-30,1997.9-30,1997.
Origin and reality of Le Corbusier's late house
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 8, issue 2, 1997, Pages 27~35
In the beginning of the 1930's. Le Corbusier's new attention turned toward the local conditions of construction, which can be associated with the prevailing sprit of regionalism and vernaculaire culture. What especially concerns us here is the reference that Le Corbusier makes to vernacular architecture, which we have seen to be the soure of his late houses. During the 1950's, with the United' habitation and the Jaoul houses, Le Corbusier ushered in a new housing trend onto the scene. noteworthy for its use of raw materials and for its opposition to the international style.
A Study on the Housing Life-style of Urban residents
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 8, issue 2, 1997, Pages 37~47
The purpose of this study was to analyze the housing life-style shown in the modern housing life by dweling types and residents attributes to suggest the basic information useful for the housing P3an in the future, The results of this study was summarized as folldws. Firstly. interrelation between residents attributes and housing life-style showed that the unedicated, the low income and the eldery were interested in utility. On the other hand, the educated. the upper income and the young generation were interested in decoration. Secondly those who had their own houses and never moved were interested inutility in terms of residents attributes Utility was showed high in all housing style in terms of before moving in house. Thirdly, those who wanted move and stay both interested in decoration and utility in terms of will of resident. It was also shown that those who wanted to move big cities were interested in increasing property. Fourthly, the housing life-style by dwelling types showed that it was Possible to abtain six elements such as 'decoration', 'display'. 'liking'. 'utility', 'increase of property', and 'hiearchic order' Based on the average by each type, it was shown that while a tendency toward utility was generally high, especially, the many-storied apartment was high for display.
The Patterns of Residential Changes among Households in the City of Seoul
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 8, issue 2, 1997, Pages 49~59
The purpose of this study is to analyze Phenomenon of the residential movement and important factors in the city of Seoul. First, The patterns of residential location during 1975-1994 in terms of macro aspects are to be investigated. Second, Residential patterns among households based on the literature survey data in terms of micro aspects are to be indentified. Methodology applied to the study is regression analysis using 1975-1994statistical data and content analysis based on the literature survey. The results of this study are as follows : 1) The factors of residential movement in the city of Seoul are explained by the changes of the economic structure, residential environment, individual characteristics, and housing policy. That is. the development of transportation systems, the number of homeownership scheme holders, crime rates, increase of residential areas effect on the decrease of the population in the city center of Seoul 2) According to the income groups and resident characteristics, Residential location patterns are different in residential location choice and the scope of spatial migration.
Population Trends in Housing Needs, Satisfaction with Housing, and Housing Environment
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 8, issue 2, 1997, Pages 61~70
A Study on the Residential Stress and Inclination to Move
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 8, issue 2, 1997, Pages 71~84
The Purpose of this study is to estimate how inclination to move can be appeared by understanding the cognition of a resident on stress due to the residential environment. 240 housewives living in Chiniu were Questioned statistical analysis were used with factor analysis, F-test. Duncan's Multiple range analysis, stepwise regression analysis and stepwise discriminant analysis, The result were summarized as follows 1) The stress of residential environment were clissified by six factors indoor facility, educational environmental. indoor structure, air Pollution noise, traffic convenience. 2) The extent of a stress from residential environment was significantly different in the socio-demographic variable and housing-related variable. 3) The stress of residential environment were affected by the direction of house. 4) The variable discriminating inclination to move were the stress of residential environment(air Pollution). an educational level, the type of housing possession, residential Period and the size of house.
A Study on the User's Attitudes toward Interior Design in Apartment
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 8, issue 2, 1997, Pages 85~96
This study attempts to find out the users' attitudes regarding interior design(for finishing, moods, and elements of interior design) and suggests the attitude model of interior design for the apartments, For this purpose, a field survey has been carried out with 321 households living in the apartments in Pusan. The relationships between the residents' characteristics and their attitudes toward interior design were examined in view of developing more diverse interior design alternatives for the apartments. The major findings are as follows: 1. Most residents in the apartments are interested in making diversified dwelling units and want to have diverse interior design alternatives. 2. The users' attitudes regarding interior design are significantly different according to the function of each room(master bedroom, living room kitchen, and bath room) and the household characteristics(age of housewife. income, and family life-cycle). 3. The attitude models of interior design are suggested as 3 types(6 models)according to residents' housing area and income.These findings could be used as useful data for developing diverse design alternatives to correspond with users' preferences.
Determinations of housing decisions of home buyers in Ulsan
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 8, issue 2, 1997, Pages 97~106
This study was designed to examine the determinants of housing decisions of prospective home buyers in newly constructed areas in Ulsan. The main focus was to clarify the current mobility motives. reasons for choosing present dwelling, housing values , housing satisfaction, housing Preferences of households. The data used in this study were collected from a probability sample consisting of 350 households, and analyzed through descriptive statistics, factor analysis, and analysis of variance. The major findings were as follows: 1) The motives of current mobility of households were home ownership, larger space, and better neighborhoods. 2) The reasons for choosing present dwelling were location. dwelling size, air quality and housing price. 3) Seventeen items of housing values were identified important. 4) Households were satisfied with dwelling size, number of rooms, views, and neighborhood facilities, 5) Dwelling features preferred by the households were the individual opinion of interior, perfect antinoise, better construction materials, better bath, kitchen facility etc.
Evaluation on comfort in P.C. Apartment
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 8, issue 2, 1997, Pages 107~112
This thesis is dealt with the thermal environment, the indoor air environment, the sound environment and the light environment in P.C apartment house. The purpose of this study is to analyze degrees of 'the cognition'. 'the importance', and ‘the satisfaction' on indoor environmental factors and to evaluate comfort of indoor environment based on residents' responses. The questionnaire survey was given to the residents at P.C apartment complex in Rowon-Gu, Seoul. The following are the results obtained in this thesis. The results of Path analysis on comfort revealed that factors of direct effect to comfort were the satisfaction on indoor air environment and sound environment and the cognition on indoor air environment and sound environment. The satisfaction on indoor air environment was the biggest variable which decided the comfort. By the survey of P.C apartment residents' responses, the level of P.C apartment indoor comfort was found uncomfortable. It is meaningful to su99est the model evaluating comfort by residents' responses .
A Study of the Stall Keeper Behavior Characterictics in Urban Area ( I )
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 8, issue 2, 1997, Pages 113~122
This study analyzes behavior characteristics of illegal urban stall keepers scattered in the metropolitan area and their effects to urban life. The main findings of this study are follows. First, the stall keepers are different in terms of 1) items 2) opening hour and 3) user characteristics depending on locational environment of market boundaries. Second, the stall keepers exit in any time and any place if demand exists. Third, the effects of stall keepers to urban life are twofold ; they facilitate urban life by providing cheap and various commodities/services and they bring about negative effects such as obstacle to traffic flows, waste generation, and so on.
The Actual Conditions of Children' Utilization of Playing Fields and Playing Facilities within their Residential Area
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 8, issue 2, 1997, Pages 123~134
The purposes of this study are to investigate the present conditions of children' Practical use of playing fields and playing facilities within their residential area, and to provide essential data relavant to building outdoor playing field for children which are fitted with children’ developmental features and also are corresponding to their needs. The subjects for this study were 866 children of the 2nd. 4th, and 6th grade living in Taegu. Data were gathered through questionnaires and analyzed by frequencies, percentile, and Chi-Sqaure test. The main results of this study are as follows : Firstly, it was found that the Playing fields children preferred most was 'within their house'. In terms of frequency making use of outdoor Playing fields. 'do not use' held the hightest proportion of children. Second, the playing facility in playing fields, being most frequently used by children, was a slide, following it a swing and a horizontal iron bar took the second, the third place respectively.
A survey on space feature of kindergarten in Taegu city - Space usage behavior of the institutions related to child care and education ( I ) -
Journal of the Korean housing association, volume 8, issue 2, 1997, Pages 135~145
The purpose of this study was to investigate the space feature of private kindergarten in Taegu city. This study was conducted by means of the observation on the equipments, the actual measurement of space of kindergarten and environment, and the questionnaire survey by the chief of kindergarten. The samples for analysis were 20 kindergartens on Taegu city. The Major findings were as follows :1) The chiefs of kindergartens were generally satisfied with the whole range of institutions and it's management.2) Generally the environmental coditions were satisfactory, but the design of the equipments had no consideration for children's body size.3) According to observation on the equipment, it was found that generally environment of kindergarten were desireable.