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Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture
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Volume 10, Issue 4 - Nov 2008
Volume 10, Issue 3 - Aug 2008
Volume 10, Issue 2 - May 2008
Volume 10, Issue 1 - Feb 2008
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A Survey Study on the Opinions of Tourists and Local Residents for the Remodelling of Youngwol Gossi-cave Area
Choi, Jang-Soon ; Hwang, Gil-Sik ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 10, issue 1, 2008, Pages 1~10
The purpose of this study is to investigate and analyse the opinions of tourists and local commercial residents for remodelling of Youngwol Gossi-cave area so that to find the way how to activate it. Therefore this study has been focused on the opinions of tourists to visit it, local merchants to sell goods and foods and officers to take charge of the control office. The present conditions of Gossi-cave area are stagnated since the service level is low by the excessive competition among the local merchants. As a result, the inner troubles have arisen among the local merchants. Therefore firstly the sustainable and future-oriented remodelling development of Youngwol Gossi-Cave area is required. And then the basic remodelling plan of participant type to be centered with tourists and local residents as the central figures through local residents' ability strengthening must be established. Lastly the basic remodelling plan through the connection of surrounding tour resources and the resource increase of local amenities must be established. Also it is necessary for the conversion as a tour place of sojourn by supplying with various shows through connections among surrounding tour resources worthy of seeing and the creation of concept to provide the excitement through the education and experience in a basic remodelling plan direction of Youngwol Gossi-cave area.
A Study on the Locational Condition of Rural Life Style Pensions - Focused on the Geumsan Area -
Do, Yong-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 10, issue 1, 2008, Pages 11~18
The Geumsan is contiguous to Daejeon and population is decreasing every year. Consequently, the population influx, and securing source of revenue dimensional geographic and environmental benefits of the establishment of a pensions plan for the rural life style pensions research. The result is that Geumsan has a convenient traffic circumstance geographically and is a clean area as the high-level area of solid water system. Also, Geumsan forms the mountainous area whose sea-level elevation reaches to 2.5 times of the Chungcheongnam-do. Consequently, Geumsan has a suitable environment for locating many kinds of pensions like the riverside village style, the mountain village style and the villa style, the country style, the cafe style, experience style, theme style etc. So, Geumsan is found to be a suitable area to host 'rural life style' pensions, because it has wide area, small population and nice environmental conditions.
A Study on the Transition of House Plan in Lishu Settlement of Tumen Riverside
Lin, Jin-Hua ; Seo, Seung-Hyun ; Kim, Tai-Young ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 10, issue 1, 2008, Pages 19~26
1) Lishu village is located in a riverside of an upper Tu-men river. Since an upper tream of Tu-men river is narrow and easy to pilot a boat, early in the past, it facilitated the form of the village near to the North Korea. 2) As for elevation, it consisted of only doors, but as time goes by, windows were made. So windows and doors were appearing much in the elevation. In 1970s', elevations are constructed in various ways; in 1980, attributed to brick housing, the elevations become much more diverse; from 1990, symmetrical elevation was revealed which consists of one door and two windows in each side of a door after 2000, the structure of the housing restored of 1930s' style which contained one window in Jungji and 1970s' style consisting of 3 windows, moreover, many free-style elevations appeared to be commercial use.
A Study on the Spatial Organization in Rural Area of Valley Category focused on Geosan County in Chunbuk Province
Kim, Tai-Young ; Kang, Sang-Moon ; Kwon, Soon-Chan ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 10, issue 1, 2008, Pages 27~35
After researching 40 rural areas named 'valley' in Goesan County, Chungbuk Province, they are classified by 2 two classes. Firstly, villages located on the crossways valley are 22 of 40, they are located on the valley which is at right angles with a direction of light of a mountain range. A closed valley location is placed in the deep valley against a background mountain range. It is divided with closed large valley and small valley. Secondly, an open valley location style is 14 of 40. It means the villages are paralleled with a direction of mountain and located with same direction of entrance. This study is carried out to understand the characteristic of location in vernacular agricultural villages by judging from natural environment around the village. For this purpose, there were selected 3 villages of the valley categirized villages in Geosan Area which lean against valley. After classifying these sample by the morphorogical approach, according to compare them with pre-researched villages, the methodology of spatial structure was investigated in agriculture villages.
A Study on the Consciousness Research of Preservation and Utilization Traditional Residence
Lee, Young-Mi ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 10, issue 1, 2008, Pages 35~42
It is rare that the dwelling buildings designated as cultural assets owing to the demands of the rapid-changing times and their residences are conserved as their original shapes, though the extent varies. Meanwhile, there has been a continuous effort to preserve and take over our traditional dwelling culture. Yet, the effects were not tangible because the viewpoints are different between the conservation promoters and related residents-officials-experts and because the conservation method is not decided in advance. Thus, in conserving the traditional dwelling culture containing the history of human life, this study tries to find out the reasonable ways for conserving traditional residence based on the consciousness research of citizens on conserving and utilizing the cultural assets. Furthermore this study also tries to suggest to contemporaries - who should live side by side with the historic cultural assets - what attitude they should have. On the basis of above survey, the objective of this study is said to consist in presenting the directions - what efforts are needed - for the more active and participant conservation.
A Study on the Characteristics of the Space Composition of the Youth Facilities in Jeju
Song, Tae-Moon ; Park, Chung-Keun ; Park, Chul-Min ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 10, issue 1, 2008, Pages 43~50
In recent years, many municipal governments have planned and developed welfare programs for their communities. Many of these plans have included youth facilities. However, many of these facilities have had problems keeping up with the rapidly changing needs of young people. Therefore this study aims to analyze the present State of youth facilities, their operating programmes and changing aspect of the space composition. This has significance in suggesting basic materials for planning youth facilities with the spacial characteristics corresponding to their purpose and function as exclusive space for the youth. In our case study, we limited the subjects to the local youth facilities within the daily life area of Jeju, 3 youth facilities and 15 youth culture centers. The results from the case study are as follow. Firstly, in the case of youth culture center, most of the lots are small-sized and they don't show proper space allocation according to activity. Secondly, in the recently-built youth facilities, the cultural space has been expanded rather than the space for public use. Thirdly, it is necessary to formulate the conception of youth culture center and the value in its function and role.
A Study on the Social Implication and Spatial Composition Factor of Rural Apartment Housing
Kim, Kang-Sub ; Lee, Sang-Jung ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 10, issue 1, 2008, Pages 51~58
This study examined the present condition and problems of rural apartment house through documentary survey and considered the social necessity and concept of rural apartment housing. The aim of this study is to suggest the social necessity and spatial composition factor of rural apartment housing. The results of this study are as follows. First, rural apartment houses are generally adjacent to production and natural environments, and tend to be constructed in small complex of 50 households or less with the lack of convenient facilities. Second, the ultimate goal of rural apartment housing plans is to improve the livability, community, sustainability and rurality on the basis of the basic direction of rural areas. Third, it is necessary to install storages within the apt. complex and secure a buffer zone where people can wash their hands before entering the houses. Fourth, rural apartment housing should adopt the space components of auxiliary facilities including storages for agricultural products and farming appliances, common workshops, field attached to home, and washrooms in consideration of the conditions of rural areas different from urban apartment housing.
A Study of Status Analysis on the Color-Scape about National Harbor Gangneung-Anmock and Coastal Street
Cho, Won-Seok ; Kim, Heung-Gee ; Kim, Yong-Ki ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 10, issue 1, 2008, Pages 59~66
This paper analyzed the color of harbor and fishing village for the better landscape. Accordingly the aim of this study is to find out the color-scape in harbor, such as regional color and present status are to analyze with elements of design. In beginning point of development, it is to take practicable data about color planning for marine tourism. Regarding the utility of these characteristics, hue, value, chroma can be checked and design of color-scape may be possible to work out future harbor environments. This study suggests that harbor of contemporary is to be environmental harmony and regional color control. The result of this research, it is carried out that the color-scape is checked by partnership of experts, official and regional person with "agreement of landscape" to provide reasonable criteria in color surroundings. An analysis of regional color-scape is expected to use for landscape improvement of fishing village and harbor.
Analysis Method of the Damages to Rights of Light due to the Construction of the Bridge in Rural Areas
Lim, Jae-Han ; Lee, Ji-Young ; Jung, Jin-Ju ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 10, issue 1, 2008, Pages 67~74
Recently, construction of bridges in rural areas has been increased to preserve the natural environment. However this brings forth the disputes over rights of light in farmland. In urban areas, the disputes over rights of light have been settled on the authority of the national architectural law and only sunshine hours for winter solstice are considered. Basically, the point at issue is different between each case. The main issues of the dispute in rural area were the reduction of the crop cultivation and the increase of the heating cost in winter. The purpose of this study is to review the mediation process in national environmental dispute resolution commission to resolve these issues, and to set up the analysis method of rights of light and modelling equation of solar position. Furthermore, we aimed at analyzing the damaged hours of daylights in rural housing and the infringement rate of daylight in farmland through the case study. In conclusion, we estimated the sunshine hours during the whole damaged periods according to the elements of bridges, and presented the solution process of dispute over rights of light due to the construction of bridge in rural area.
A Study on the Planning for Rural Housing Complex Considering Regional Characteristic - Focused on Nok-dong district, Ian Myoun, Sang-Ju, Gyeong Buk
Lee, Ho-Jung ; Ryu, Soo-Hoon ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 10, issue 1, 2008, Pages 75~82
This study is about land use and site plan for resident redevelopment for districts with existing residents. The study suggests development direction focusing on preserving the regional characteristics, and presentation of suburban-style housing complex reflecting on the future tenant's individuality and demand. The preexisting development approach for suburban-style housing complex which was planned by the developer, failed to recognize taste of the future tenants. Profitability being the priority, it also resulted in a serious environmental disruption. In this development however, through a systematic direction for site development and site analysis, conducting surveys through future tenants, attempted for a continuous growth of the community. The study is presented covering the following areas; site's pathway system, nature conservation plan, lot plan, land use and arrangement plan, and community facility.
A Study on the Exterior Form Composition of Street Buildings considering Landscape Characteristics in Gyeongju
Choi, Moo-Hyun ; Hyun, Taek-Soo ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 10, issue 1, 2008, Pages 83~92
This study aims to examine the perceptual features of street buildings, which affect the urban scape, and establish design guidelines by types of buildings. According to this purpose, this study conducted document research, field survey through site visits and questionnaire survey for each subject. The field survey was carried out to study the exterior form characteristics of street buildings, and images of the streetscape in Gyeongju. For the questionnaire survey, the preference of 33 architecture-related people on the formal constituents of street buildings was investigated. The results of the document research, field survey and questionnaire survey were put together to elaborate the design guideline for urban street facade in historical city.
A Study on the Living Activities of the Elderly with Dementia in Skilled Nursing Facilities in Rural Area
Yang, Kum-Suek ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 10, issue 1, 2008, Pages 93~100
The purpose of this study is to clarify the actual condition of the daily living activities of the elderly with dementia in skilled nursing facilities. The thorough investigation and observation works were made from the view points of daily living behaviors and behavioral places of the recuperating elderly with dementia. This article discusses about the basic characteristics of the elderly and the actual condition of the daily living activities of the elderly with dementia in 2 skilled nursing facilities. The results of this study are summarized as follows; There is no wide difference between skilled nursing facilities on the characteristic of living behaviors of the elderly with dementia. Daily living activities and the use of spaces are largely influenced by the daily program and the operation policy of each skilled nursing facilities in addition to human relationship of the elderly with dementia. Common spaces such as day room, dining room plays an important role for their daily living activities, because that most of the elderly with dementia stay long during daytime. Layout of each private room and common space seems very crucial point in designing these facilities, in order to enable demented people to live their lives more independently.
An Architectural Feature Study on the Restoration of Tongbanga-House at Samcheok
Choi, Jang-Soon ; Kim, Jin-Won ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 10, issue 1, 2008, Pages 101~110
It is very hard to find out Tongbanga-millhouse installed nearby a streamlet to use water with Tongbanga(a kind of water-mill) to polish cereals by pounding like a visage of its old days. It plays an important part in folkloric, architectural and educational aspects. The purpose of this study is to analyse the architectural features of Tongbanga and millhouse itself so that to find the way how to build and fabricate the materials and frame members. Therefore this study has been focused on the composition principle and fabrication method of Tongbanga-millhouse on the side of architecture. The fabrication methods of its house in accordance with regular sequences are as follows.
Firstly the decision of location of Tongbanga-millhouse and Hwak(a big mortar made of stone).
Slantly three rafter installation at an angle of 50.to err on the safe side and then slantly fifteen rafter installation making a circular cone shape.
Installation of twigs to be circles from bottom to top.
Manifoldly covering of trunks peeling the barks from flax plants.
Threefoldly thatching with upside barks of oak trees.
Placing woods alike rafter on the bark thatches as a weight not to fly away by wind.
Binding woods alike rafter with vines of arrowroots to maintain the proper place. The decayed Tongbanga-millhouse by means of upper ways was restored out of all recognition.