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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 Case Study on Actual Conditions of TAKETOMI Village Ladnsacpe on Machinami Conservational District in Japan -
Chong, Geon-Chai ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 10, issue 3, 2008, Pages 1~8
The aim of this study is to provide a conservational and practical using of traditional elements and actual conditions of Taketomi village design as specified Machinami Conservational District in far south Okinawa of Japanese Islands. It was comprised in main contents that this study surveyed historical and cultural elements, dwelling area and housing, and environmental elements designed by participation in Taketomi village people. It was surveyed on from July 5th to 6th in 2006. As a results of this study, I could suggest a conclusions as follows; firstly, it was necessary for them to conceive historical and cultural elements as they designed traditional tourism village. Secondly, Machinami District of Taketomi village has a traditional identity that conserves landscapes of red roof house and coralline street by original form. Thirdly, the form and spatial organization of traditional house keep cultural heritage in Taketomi style. Lastly, they, by themselves, build a rules and ideas of green tourism for managements with experts and NPO.
Design Alternatives and Residents' Pre-Evaluation of Village Community Center for the Aged Rural Area
Choi, Byung-Sook ; Park, Sun-Hee ; Oh, Chan-Ohk ; Kim, Ju-Suk ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 10, issue 3, 2008, Pages 9~18
The study was intended to suggest the design alternatives of rural village community center based on the design directions which were derived from the previous research, and to evaluate the alternatives by rural residents. The previous research was carried out to grasp the conditions and user's needs of rural village community center. The subjects were 100 residents who lived in rural area in Chonlabukdo. The interview was carried out using a questionnaire with model and isometrics of two alternatives, which showed floor plan and building shape. The subjects evaluated positively both of two alternatives, but slightly more preferred alternative | because of a spacious diningroom and an indoor toilet. The size of a livingroom and entrance, indoor toilet space/location, storage space and deck were significant elements in two alternatives according to t-test. They responded that both of indoor and outdoor toilet should be planned in rural village center. Also, each toilet and room for man and woman should be separated. Entrance space should be enough to take on/off their shoes in a sitting position and deck space was planned to intermediate between indoor and outdoor space.
A Study on the Layout and External Space of High School in Gyeongnam Area
Yang, Kum-Suek ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 10, issue 3, 2008, Pages 19~26
The purpose of this study is to clarify the actual condition of external space general high schools newly established or planned in Gyeongnam from 2001 starting the 7th curriculum to 2006. The results of analysis about site plan type, composition state of external space and area ratio of its composition of each high school facilities are as follows: 1) In facilities arrangement of high schools, it shows diverse forms of arrangement from existing uniform straight type, however, most of schools do not being against the simple in their external space. 2) Comparing to traditional high school facilities, it occurs various types of plane and the area is somewhat expanded in the school with same class size, however, it needs to improve facility standards in its reality to deal with the change of future educational environment actively.
A Study on the Luminous Environments of Architectural Building for Improvement of Night-Scape in Coastal Resort - Focused on the Gyengpo Park -
Cho, Won-Seok ; Kim, Heung-Gee ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 10, issue 3, 2008, Pages 27~34
Recently, the outdoor lighting of architectural Facade has increased for the improvement of night-scape in urban and coastal resort. The purpose of this research is to analyze lighting characteristics; Luminance, Illuminance, Color Temperature, Chromaticity in Gyengpo Park of Eastern famous coastal resort. The result of this paper is as follows: 1) The Luminance ratio was measured that compare to the 1:10 criterion(IESNA) was in excess to the most building except "K". Because of these condition, Luminance environments was injurious to visual health the overuse of the outdoor lighting or glare to the eyes. 2) The level of vertical Illuminance value was insufficient 33.3% among the cases of survey with 4Lux standard of CIE. 3) The kinds of outdoor lighting of BLDG were increased lighting emitting diode(LED), metal halide(MH) instead of reduction trend of neon, fluorescent light, halogen. As the crisis of Energy resources we will be investigate adapt method of outdoor lighting, which design is based on economical efficiency by the use of optimum lighting.
A Study on Utilization and the Spatial Organization of Complexity for Community Center in Rural - Focused on Imsil-Gun in Jeollabukdo -
Park, Chang-Sun ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 10, issue 3, 2008, Pages 35~42
The purpose of this study is to suggest the possibility of complexity use these facilities for elderly welfare facility or public health facility and community center in rural. For this purpose this article researched into elderly welfare facilities, public health facilities and social welfare centers. And we studied of village community center, life pattern in old people in rural. With a rapidly increase in population of older people in rural, there is a great demand for the construction of complexes facilities. Particularly, there was highly demand for the public health facilities and the welfare programme of physiotherapy facilities on village community center in rural. However, there is not a intersection of space composition and specification function between elderly welfare facilities and public healthcare facilities and community welfare centers in this time. Accordingly, in the future plan for community center in rural, it is necessary to consider integration with public health facility. And it is necessary to compose the community center in consideration of the spatial organization of complexity as a possibility of community welfare activities.
State and Subject of the 'Recreating Cultural and Traditional Village' by the Inhabitants Participation - Focused on the Chungju Mokge Village -
Kim, Seung-Geun ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 10, issue 3, 2008, Pages 43~50
This research is arranged that process and progress facts of 'recreating cultural and traditional village' by the inhabitants participation that in the process during devised a planning of Chungju Mokge village the beginning in 2007. Also it is an investigation that process ' recreating cultural and traditional village' by the themselves through consideration and volition of inhabitants since the beginning stage to devised planning. The result of study are following; First, the inhabitants training inspired knowledge for this project and opened the eyes that themselves can sea it. According to it be foundation that inhabitants to bring their interest and participation of project in progress process. Second, The project were able to maintain transparency of public finance that by common and open of all cooperation process of inhabitants, administration supporter and specialist. And this is an important role about bring positive participation of inhabitants. Finally, the project ' recreating cultural and traditional village' promotion with support of ' Ministry of Culture, Sports and tourism' however this project existing the limits of the budget supporting. The limits are bigger than other rural projects.
A Study on the Architectural Planning of Living Space Composition in Youth Hostel
Lee, Seung-Hyun ; Lee, Dong-Suk ; Youn, Chung-Yeul ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 10, issue 3, 2008, Pages 51~58
The Youth Hostel in Korea, differently from that of other countries, has been introduced in order to attract School Excursion Group, and was developed as one of Youth Training Facilities. Youth Hostel as Youth Training Facility can be utilized as a healthy experiential space for youth education, as a stage for an international interchange, as a field for the lifelong education of various classes, and is also the Lodging Accommodation which is now highly appearing of the demand as a safe and educational lodging place to both individuals and family-unit tourists. The Purpose of this Research is aimed to provide the necessary fundamental materials to the planned forthcoming future Youth Hostel, after grasping of such present status as well as its structure and composition of space and spacial characteristic. Since Youth Hostel in Korea is managing on the center of the basis for youths and other groups, in order to compute the proper heads, it is required the scale-level which can accommodate all students in One-Unit Grade of a school at minimum. Accordingly, it seems that must be equipped with accommodating capacity of more than 300~400 persons. As because of recent quality-improvement in the portion of Youth Hostel Lodging, it is under planning with containing of the Sanitary Space at inside of lodging room, and Self-Cooking Space as well. In compliance with such various particulars, it looks that the lodging area should be at least more than
per a person.
A Study on the Constructional Characteristics of Jeju-HyangGyo
Ji, Tae-Seung ; Park, Chung-Keun ; Park, Chul-Min ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 10, issue 3, 2008, Pages 59~66
This study was performed to ascertain how HyangGyos based on national ideology were built in Jeju Island and what their detailed styles are. In Jeju-HyangGyo, unique architectural characteristics are shown as they have been built in an island independent from the mainland. Also up-down system was well reflected in detailed architectural styles. The main temple of Jeju-HyangGyo was built in the type of one-Chulmok(a subsidiary material of Gongpo and a piece of wood to support the eaves) of which ancon supports a purline from the center of a pillar and two-Ikgong(a piece of wood engraved to put on an ancon), but in the case of the lecture hall, its Gongpo(a piece of wood to support the eaves) was inferior in quality. In the case of Jeju abutments were used in main temples and fire walls were mostly used. In particular, their abutments are difficult to be observed in HyangGyo in the mainland. It is presumed that the abutment and the fire wall used in Jeju Island might be the best solution to protect structures from rain and moisture. To sum up, local characteristics and traditional rules were thoroughly reflected in Jeju-HyangGyos built in Jeju Island from the aspect of arrangement and detailed style. In conclusion, it is significant that architectural styles, not to mention the other aspects of Jeju culture, were suitably adapted to Jeju Island.
A Study on Function of Greentourism Core Facilities in Japan
Lee, Eul-Gyu ; Kim, Jun-Kyung ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 10, issue 3, 2008, Pages 67~74
The roles and needs for the greentourism facilities require the associated functions and systems which can be determined from considering the existing successful facilities. Some of successful examples for the greentourism facilities in Japan have been investigated, and their functions and systems carefully examined. This paper is intended to provide a meaningful step for introducing and applying the functions and systems for the greentourism facilities in Japan to Korea. The facilities should support the greentourism that leads to the active cultural exchange between urban and rural areas. The required specific facilities are discussed in this paper. For newly developed facilities, restaurants, specialty stores, and hotels may be effective facilities for the greentourism. The design for the entire greentourism facilities should consider, for the development of the area, the several kinds of required functions of the greentourism, such as the travel guide center, the marketing center, the information center, the business center, the human resources center, and the environment conservation center.