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Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture
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Volume 11, Issue 4 - Nov 2009
Volume 11, Issue 3 - Aug 2009
Volume 11, Issue 2 - May 2009
Volume 11, Issue 1 - Feb 2009
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A Study on the Planning of Cultural Art Center in Small City
Han, Jong-Koo ; Jang, Dong-Min ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 11, issue 1, 2009, Pages 1~8
The study performed literature survey and research on the actual condition of cultural facilities for planning a reasonal architectural plan of being prearranged Gwangcheon cultural art center erection at the old central district of Gwangcheon-Eup(town) in Hongseong-Gun(County), Chuncheongnam-Do(province). It was verified that the law and regulations related with cultural art facilities did not make clear statement of the concept of cultural art center and classified it as a public performing place of a kind of performance facilities. The types of cultual facilities could be classified as performance facilities, libraries, regional cultural welfare facilities, cultural promotion and instruction facilities and they were studied respectively. The main functions of cultural art center was studied with art enjoyment function and art creation function. Through the research on the actual condition of cultural facilities, it was found that there were 12 cultural welfare facilities in Hongseong-Gun(county) however there was no cultural facilities in Gwangcheon-Eup(town) except 1 libraries. So the building of Gwangchoen cultural art center is needed. The location Propriety analysis is conducted and proved appropriated. On the basis of the above studies, the direction of planning, conception of Plan and facilities program were conceived and finally the architectural plans were proposed.
A Study on the Connection of Layout and BIBO Landscape of Agricultural Villages in Gangwon Youngseo Province
You, Jong-Duk ; Yoon, Young-Hwal ; Choi, Jang-Soon ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 11, issue 1, 2009, Pages 9~16
This research surveyed the native resources which BiBo(replenishing shortages by helping each other) landscapes have been preserved by aiming at the village settlement spaces of five cities and counties in Gangwon Youngseo province. This research reveals that BiBo landscape patterns of 41 village forests, 23 BiBo symbols, and 6 BiBo ponds were surveyed. The village forests are all 41 places, and were mainly made on the plains in front of villages. BiBo functions of the forests were in the order of the land obstructing the view of the mouth of a river which is the most as 13 places, the land obstructing the view of the mouth of river, situation complements, village protection, and protection against wind. Bibo symbols were all 23 places. Towers, stone towers, menhirs, and Maitreya stones were 12 places, Jangseungs(a signpost raising on the entrance of the village or a temple) were 6 places, Sotdae(a pole raising at the entrance of the village as the symbol of a board or a village protecting deity) was 1 place, and the others were made multiply in 4 places. Bibo symbols were located at 21 places in front of villages. The village protection in Bibo functions was 6 places. 6 Bibo ponds were surveyed. Most Bibo ponds were made for earth power leakage prevention.
A Study on the Actual Condition and Environment-Friendly Architecture Certification System of the School Facilities - Focused on Ecological Environment -
Yang, Kum-Suek ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 11, issue 1, 2009, Pages 17~24
The purpose of this study is to clarify the actual condition of real certification schools of environment-friendly architecture per ecological environment elements through extracting ecological environment elements which is possible to analyze in quantity certification standards of environment friendly architecture. As the method of this study, firstly, certification as an examination on certification system of environment-friendly architecture, summary of certification system of environment-friendly architecture and eco-school pilot model project, ecological environment elements which is possible for quantitative analysis of ecological environment certification standards were extracted. Secondly, actual condition of ecological environment elements per school grade by collecting actual data of certification schools environment-friendly architecture were analyzed. As a result, total 35 environment-friendly school facilities are clarified that the average composition ratio of ecological area ratio is 23.0% in case of this certification regardless of school grade and region.
A study on the Cultural Elements of Stone to Village in Jeju
Kim, Hyung-Nam ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 11, issue 1, 2009, Pages 25~36
Coastal village and Inland village was village in jeju. This study was cultural elements of stone to village in jeju. Memorial Stone and Stone Monument Street, Shrine, An altar of sarificial site for village tutelary spirits, Bangsatap(pagoda), 25 Bongsu(25 beacon fire stations) and 38 Yeondae(38 signaling sites), Hwanhaejangseong Fortress, Grave wall and Horse pasture walls were included in elements of history and culture to village in jeju. An altar of sarificial rite for village tutelary spirits was generally on the a hill near a village, built of Stone wall. Bangsatap(pagoda) was the kind and the size of stone to a location, that expresses the form and the scale. the form of grave wall was the oval or the rectangle, the latter was frequent. Thatched houses in jeju and facilities in a house, Stone wall, Tongsi(pigsty), Paeng namu and A heights of stone, Spring water and Water collected in a depression, Stone Weir, Horse mill and Dodaebul(Old Lighthouse) were included in elements of life and culture to village in jeju. Stone wall has the multiplicity of the size and the building method in the use, the function and the region. The form of Stone weir was the rectangular figure or the curvilinear figure, the section of that was the right triangle or the rectangular form.
A Study on the Architectural Characteristics and Satisfaction Analysis of Street-scape in a Small and Medium City - Focused on the Street of Central Market, Pohang City -
Choi, Moo-Hyun ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 11, issue 1, 2009, Pages 37~45
This study aims for proposing improvement method for streetscape in a small and medium city of Korea. According to this purpose, in chapter 2, by inspecting conservation of street environment and streetscape, deduce the frame for analyzing streetscape in commercial district. In chapter 3, analyzing present condition and problems of selected streets in Pohang City, derive the primary factors to induce desirable streetscape through problems and their reason between the analyzed elements of building form. Analyzed elements are composed of floor elements, wall elements, ceiling elements. The detailed elements are pavement of road, street furniture, height of buildings, color and material of building and outdoor advertisements. In chapter 4, by conducting a questionnaire survey of pedestrians about street images -choosing impressive physical elements and the feeling of the street by the list of adjective of semantic differential scale- and the preference, propose the direction of improvement about streetscape in commercial district.
A Study on the Direction-Establishment of Church Building Design by the User Recognizing and Image-Evaluation
Choi, Sung-Yun ; Kim, Hwa-Jeong ; Han, Kyu-Young ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 11, issue 1, 2009, Pages 47~56
According to the user recognizing, the propose of this study is to establish the systematic church-design and the plan of rational process. When the plan of church design is rational come out, the local community will be risen and there is the possibility which will raise the essential function of church construction and design. The results from the study are as follow. Firstly, the area of the front-window and the number of the external entrance are correlated with the accessibility of the building. Secondly, the height of a bell-tower is related with the feelings of a tediously and a intimate degree. Thirdly, the ground clearance of the whole surface is correlated with the church-character and the community formation of a local society.
Residents' Participation and Satisfaction of the Altered Environment in the Development of Rural Agricultural Area
Park, Kyoung-Ok ; Lee, Ha-Na ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 11, issue 1, 2009, Pages 57~66
The purpose of this study is to suggest some ways for the development of rural agricultural area to head. For the purpose, this study analyzed residents' participation in the project and their satisfaction on the change of villages, in consideration with the type of village and its socio-demographic variables. The 101 residents of the 4 villages in Yeoju-gun, Gyeonggi-do, responded the questionnaire. The results are as follows. 1) The most important objective of the development project, responded residents, was to expand sales channel of agricultural products and find profitable vegetation, and they participated in it with eager. The residents, however, showed passive participation in the cleaning, planting and reforming in village. 2) The satisfaction level with the development project averaged 3.09 of 5 in the natural environment, 3.05 of 5 in the spatial environment, 2.58 of 5 in the economic environment, and 3.13 of 5 in the social environment. In every aspect, centralized villages showed more satisfaction than scattered villages, ages of under 60 were more satisfied than over 60, and over high school graduates answered more satisfied than under middle school graduates.
A Study on Preservation of Regional Inheritances and Utilization Method Based on the Concept of Eco-Museum - Focusing on Cheonan -
Han, Jae-Hee ; Park, Kwang-Bum ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 11, issue 1, 2009, Pages 67~74
A new possibility for helping regional residents to establish the identity based on the history, culture and environment of the region and harmonizing art and culture in daily life can be seen from eco-museum. Unique cultural inheritances for each region exist not only in our nation but everywhere around the world, and Cheonan region is continuously attracting tourists from other regions as a home of the Independence Hall, Yu Gwan Sun Memorial, and live branches of independent activists with important inheritances such as tourist attractions and national treasures. However, despite unique environment of the region and inheritances with high academic values, lack of basic guides and explanations place the region in an environment that is difficult to approach. The purpose of this study is to systematically investigate regional inheritances based on the concept of eco-museum as an alternative for such problem recognition and to examine problems of inheritances scarred around Cheonan region based on their current status. The author of this study aims to analyze the investigated regional inheritances, rearrange their values and suggest possibilities for continued preservation and utilization.
A Study on Nave and Platform Design According to Social Function and Service Pattern of Community Church
Chong, Geon-Chai ; Lee, Sung-Hun ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 11, issue 1, 2009, Pages 75~82
The goal of this study is to find a design pattern of platform of chapel according to acceptance of community's social activities and classify a forms of platform design between urban and rural community church. It was surveyed by 18 community churches including of 8 rural churches. And it was comprised in main contents that this study surveyed about social functions of church and composition of room, a transformation of worship and platform, and furniture of platform. As a results of this study, I could suggest a conclusions as follows; firstly, community churches are trying hard to make their social functions wide and deep. Secondly it was necessary for them to prepare a spaces and rooms for service of community people like a social welfare and christian cultural activities. Thirdly, the form of platform and style of worship were serviced by transformation for the acceptance of community requirements. Finally, the service style of chapel and platform have been transformed in a view point of accommodation of community since early 2000.