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Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture
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Volume 12, Issue 4 - Nov 2010
Volume 12, Issue 3 - Aug 2010
Volume 12, Issue 2 - May 2010
Volume 12, Issue 1 - Feb 2010
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A Study on the Change of Space Organization of Nagan Eupsung
Kil, Jong-Won ; Shin, Woong-Ju ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 12, issue 2, 2010, Pages 1~12
The results of Change of Space Organization of Nagan Eupsung are as follows. There was no castle when Nagan folk village was built and it was merely small village arranged centering around road, but as it was emphasized as a point of strategic importance, castle wall was built and the government office and military facilities were established. In the late period of the Joseon Dynasty, as central power was weakened and its importance as a strategic point was declined, private houses outside the folk village were extended to the inside of castle. The whole structure of the village was not greatly changed through the modern society, but disappearance of village components and change of its basic structure like destruction of the castle were continued not to be restored to the former condition spontaneously. It was considered that it was caused by social demographic characteristics of the folk village which was deteriorated and environmental factors that it was changed into sightseeing place.
The Implication of Changes on Unit Plans of Condominium Apartments in Rural Area depended on Women's Spaces
Choi, Byung-Sook ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 12, issue 2, 2010, Pages 13~22
This study is to analyze women's power in family to be related to Anbang, kitchen, dining room, and utility room planning in a unit plan of condominium apartment housing in rural area Data were collected 194 unit plans from 9 eastern regions of Kungi-Do. The results are as followed: 1) Anbang reflects the women's power on changing its space character into mater bedroom, the highest hierarchy in private zone, and planning a dress room in it. 2) Dining room and kitchen is openly centered on the unit plan, but kitchen is still only women's working space for family and agriculture depended on literature review. Dining space is not activated family interaction, so it is not different from urban apartment housing. However, its location and character are changed, and its hierarchy is relatively higher with women. Dining room and kitchen tend to plan visually separated after 2001, so its trend seems to establish women's territory at home. 3) Whole family can't be easy to access utility and back balcony close to kitchen, and these spaces are functionally separated for women's house work. This design trend seems to establish for women's area. 4) Finally, women's power seems to be effective in house working area including kitchen space depended on results. Also, these results from rural condominium apartment are similar to urban ones in previous study.
Effect of Wire Bracing to Wind Load Acting on Vinyl House Frame
Jung, Dong-Jo ; Teng, Chhay ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 12, issue 2, 2010, Pages 23~30
Vinyl house is a simple agricultural structure that is installed economically and easily. In contrast, every year the farmers have spent a lot of money because of the collapse of this structure caused by the external forces such as strong wind and heavy snow. To prevent this damage due to frequent heavy snow and strong wind, it would be necessary to design it again. But getting rid of former vinyl house and reconstructing is unreasonable. It would be very economic if the former vinyl house is strengthened simply. This paper covers the investigation of the effect of the bracing systems that are additionally inserted inside the ordinary single frames as well as unbraced multiple frames that resisting only the strong wind load.
A Case study on the Composition and Form of a Local Residential Area -Focused on the Residential Area of Bercy and Reuilly in Paris-
Park, Sun-Uk ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 12, issue 2, 2010, Pages 31~38
This study aims to present the basic criterions about the planning of local residential area in the middle or small city with an analysis of several samples in Paris, where is currently realizing many various housing projects and residential area development, especially theirs development methods, form and composition of theses samples and residential areas. At this object, this study was preceded with 3 main contents. Firstly, it has examined the development method, procedure and development samples, which is the precedence step for the organization of dwelling zone. Secondly, after presenting the criterions analysis of residential area's samples as drew the concept related with the presented residential area planning in corresponded cases, it has analyzed about the practical planning factors applied at each samples. Lastly, regarding precedent studies, it has examined the relation between planning factors and theory factors. The residential development in Paris, which was examined by this study, has been achieved through reasonable procedure from the superior concepts to detail planning and concept design for the project and the analysis result like this is expected to use as the basic criterions for the development and planning orientation of local residential area in Korea.
The Space Plan and Design Characteristic for the Gungjip in Namyangju
Cho, Jung-Geon ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 12, issue 2, 2010, Pages 39~48
This study is to analyze the space plan and design charateristic of the Gungiip(宮家) built on near the 1770 in Namyangju. It has been called Gungjip since it was constructed from the timber and by carpenters sent of the government. It has a great scientic value because it is the best house constructed by carpenters of the royal palace. It help to know prototype of their excellent design skill. that is skill of work upon of colum, curvatere of ridge in roof, trust the eaves. This paper shows that this house has a different scale and form from other houses. In addition, Anchae was built with the aim of making the most use of sunlight and securing its best convenience. Sarangchae aims at serving as a cultural space for its neighbor. The house seems to reflect the carpenter' architectural viewpoints, and its building style shows its contempory people's life style. In conclusion, we can say that the techenial charateristics of its design result from the correlectin of colum(Ki-Sot-Um and An-Sol-Lim), curvatere of ridge in roof(Ma-Ru-Gock), and trust the eaves(Ang-Goak and An-Hu-Ri).
A Study on the Public Facilities and the Floor Plan of a Laube in Japanese Kleingarten
Park, Sun-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 12, issue 2, 2010, Pages 49~58
This study is to clarify the actual condition of some characteristics of a public facilities and the space design of laube of Japanese 3-Kleingartens. The results of this paper is as follows: 1)There are basically all the public facility for maintenance in the kleingartens. B and C Kleingartens have the various public facilities to get the additional experience for members. 2) All the laube is a wood structure, the floor plans are all the same square types. The deck, terrace, and balcony were very useful facilities to agricultural works. 3)The basic rooms of all the laube are usual entry, storage, kitchen, dining, living, bathroom. The floor plan of A and B laube is planned by a closed kitchen, C laube is a living kitchen. The living room of B laube is a variable space, to separating or unity room possibly.
A Study on the Residents' Consciousness and the Actual Conditions of Idyllic Housing in Baegun Jecheon City, Chungcheongbuk-do
Kim, Kang-Sub ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 12, issue 2, 2010, Pages 59~66
The idyllic housing is dreamed by citizens today. The government has promoted the rural activation and satisfied citizen's needs about idyllic housing through the advanced rural village development project. Jecheon city aims to develop idyllic housing area in Baegun. This study investigated the resident' consciousness and actual conditions of idyllic housing in Baegun by field study. The aim of this study is to suggest data of idyllic housing policy by analysis idyllic housing of actual condition and resident' consciousness of demands. The idyllic housing of resident is aged sixty five or more from Seoul and Gyeonggi-do. Second, they want to be maintenance of life convenience facilities, improvement of traffic, necessity of medical institution. Third, it is necessity of variety program to solve conflicts between residents and immigrants and to make community of residents.
A Study on the Transformation of Space Organization of a Traditional Houses in Kyideok Village, Jeju, Korea
Shin, Woong-Ju ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 12, issue 2, 2010, Pages 67~76
This study examined and analyzed uses, transfor mations, changes of plane and arrangement, and changes of space structure of housing components with traditional folk houses located at Kyideok village, Hanrim-eup, Jeju, and the results of the study can be summarized as follows. First, the exposure of arrangement of folk houses at Kyideok village, Jeju was evenly distributed to the east, the southeast, the northeast and the west in order and it was little different from the use of sunshine conditions by placing the main room on the south in traditional houses of land areas. Second, the space structure of inner room before transformation was divided into seven types. 3-room type was classified into "Sangbang-centered three-room type" and "nanggan-centered three-room type", 4-room type into "four-room type with inner access to warehouse", "four-room type with outer access to warehouse", "kitchen-divided four-room type", "four-room type with two kitchens", "four- room type with nanggan at the right back". Third, according to types of change in arrangement type, the first is new annex addition to existing inner room, the second is the removal of existing annexes including outer room, the third is the extension of inner room size without new construction of annex, the fourth is new construction of annex with new plane form after removal of existing annex, the fifth is no change in arrangement of inner room, outer room, stable, warehouse, etc. Fourth, transformation of space components led to changes of space structure as well as those of plane form. Changes of space structure were divided into reduction type of circulation to specific factors, negligence type without using increased space factor, and addition type having various circulations through the increase of convenience space.
Post Occupancy Evaluation of Hanok in Rural Area and Comparative Study on the Perception of Hanok -Hanok Residents and Architectural Designers Comparison Based on-
Lee, Chang-Jae ; Choi, Il ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 12, issue 2, 2010, Pages 77~84
Hanok has been widely distributed as a support policy by local governments for the purpose of improving residential environment. In this study, Hanok in a rural area was founded was to evaluate the user's satisfaction. Hanok between residents and the perception of architects and tries to figure out the difference. Current Hanok residents showed higher satisfaction, but they showed negative response for high construct cost, plane form of building, insulation performance and noise. According to the comparison of recognition between residents and architectural designers, they showed differences in "Low soundproofing", "lack of storage space", "Equipment", "Tile", "The modularity of the flat panel design", and "The modularity of construction materials" and it was examined that architectural designers group had higher preference for traditional materials and forms. For succeeding to the traditional architectural factors of Hanok and distributing it as modern house, the research on use of modern materials and modulation of plane and members should be performed for reducing construction cost and improving insulation performance.
A Study on the Development of Standard Type Modern Han-ok in Rural Areas
Lee, Hyang-Mi ; Shon, Seung-Kwang ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 12, issue 2, 2010, Pages 85~92
Jeollanamdo aims to cultivate Hanok Village as a lodging resource for tourism industry in rural areas. For the purpose, it invited eight models of the Hanok Village publicly and selected our model as the best. This study is to introduce the concepts and characteristics of the village, centering on the model developed by our research team and awarded by the local government. We develop and suggest eleven types of improved-type Hanok model that is to be distributed to each city and county. We compose the space which reflects needs of residents for modern living. And we focus on preservation of decorative beauty to make it a resource of tourism by creating beautiful view of Hanok and reduction of financial burden to activate its distribution. The Hanok developed in this study has a significant meaning as improved Hanok that can be suggested as a new model of rural area housing project.
Development of Manual according to the Urban-Rural Correlative Experience Programs of Recreating Village Project by the Inhabitants Participation -Focused on the Chungju Mokge Village-
Kim, Seung-Geun ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 12, issue 2, 2010, Pages 93~100
It is recommended that the villagers should organize their own council based on the resources which the village owns to manage the experience programs in the experience village, but it is criticized that there is no consideration about inhabitants abilities when the project is about to be constructed and the programs is developed. This research is purposed to develop the manual which is depending on urban-rural correlative experience programs conduct that is developed by the test to increase inhabitants abilities effectively. Therefore, the manual of the programs should be utilized as a early guide to help the village jump up to the standard level of program procedure, and the inhabitants should create ideas continually to develop better programs on the basis of the manual rather depending on the manual. And for another, the manual should often be upgraded to understand the process of historical changes of the village.
The Analysis of Existing State of Architect in the Darangyi-village of Garchon in Namhae County
Kim, Hye-Ran ; Shin, Jung-Suk ; Lee, Sang-Jung ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 12, issue 2, 2010, Pages 101~108
In this study, designated as scenic in the heart of Darangyi rice field in village of Garchon architectural status to preserve the rural town of quantitative analysis of the characteristics village of Garchon traditional rural villages to build the basis for landscape management are the goal. Most of the buildings housing the seting village of Garchon flavor appears in the form of the natural terrain accept the wall which is exposed on the outside of the roof, wall materials and colors, such as the town without a regular basis to undermine the image of the landscape and so Darangyi rice field standard set for maintenance of landscapes that are needed. Regional officer of the private property of individuals, but local and national recognition of the shared property, and only when done in this regard the establishment of asset and as a scenic area that has to cherish the history and culture between the people who live where the feedback through the exchange of sensitive areas and to the people who live in it will be an alternative to a variety of ways.
A Case Study on the Living Activities and the Use of Spaces of the Recuperating Elderly in Nursing homes at Small City
Yang, Kum-Suek ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 12, issue 2, 2010, Pages 109~116
The purpose of this study is to clarify the actual condition of the daily living activities of the elderly with dementia in nursing homes. 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 in nursing homes. 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 3 nursing homes. 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 nursing homes 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.
A Study on the Site Plan of the Contemporary Architecture in Jeju -Focused on the Comparative Study of Culture and Meeting Facilities in Domestic and Jeju-
Hong, Kwang-Taik ; Park, Chung-Keun ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 12, issue 2, 2010, Pages 117~124
This study has the purpose to examine the elements of deducing site plan of contemporary architecture in Jeju by looking into the mainly used measures and value in establishing the site plan of contemporary architecture of Jeju. Being the initial decision making stage that serves as basis in creating design alternative and completes overall designing alternative frame, Site plan is the core stage of initial architectural planning. In addition, analysis of site plan concept the central overall idea for site plan offers the perspective to access the problem for solution in site plan. Therefore, through the analysis of elements to deduce the site plan concept of the contemporary architecture in Jeju, the characteristics of site plan concept that considered the placement and locality of Jeju can be objectively examined in planning out the site plan of contemporary architecture in Jeju, and such analysis results may become objective basic data in planning out the site plan of the contemporary architecture in Jeju.
A Study on Results and Improvement Method of Advanced Rural Village Development Project
Jeong, Jong-Sool ; Kim, Kang-Sub ; Kang, Byung-Hwan ; Lee, Sang-Jung ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 12, issue 2, 2010, Pages 125~133
The advanced rural village development project started in 2005, and this project of purpose is improvement of housing environment and promotion of region activation. Researcher investigated about the advanced rural village development project of nine complex through field survey. The aim of this study is to be offered data of idyllic housing policy by examination actual conditions of study subject. Based on this study, mainly three results can be drawn as follows ; first, this project makes a great contributed to flow in population from urban to activate rural areas. Second, the project success depends on improvement an institution and planed, timely approach. Third, central government must plan network system with rural development project in political, and must support local government into political frame. The local government must consider a regional housing plan overall and must make an effort itself for the project success.
The Feng-Shui Location and Spatial Composition of Junkyung and Youngkyung Tomb at Samcheok
Choi, Jang-Soon ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 12, issue 2, 2010, Pages 135~142
This research aims to examine the characteristics of tomb sites including tomb mound and attached buildings and also to find out the principles reflected in the traditional oriental Feng-Shui location and spatial composition of Junkyung and Youngkyung tomb at Samcheok. The results of this study are as follows. These tombs harmonize with each other in the cosmic dual forces because Junkyung tomb is men's sex symbol and tiger to lie on his belly and Youngkyung tomb is women's sex symbol in geographical feature. Spatial structure in these tomb sites were placed in a reflected line following the hierarchy of metaphysics by standing high Geumchunkyo(Bridge)-Hongsalmun(Gate)-Jegak(Pavilion)-Bongbun(Tomb mound). Axis structure of these tombs is irregular bent-axis type from Geumchunkyo to Bongbun, specially in case of Youngkyung tomb it is getting more refractive. These tombs are divided into and characterized by three zones. Firstly the space for living people constitutes from Geumchunkyo to Hongsalmun, secondly the semi-sacred space constitutes from Hongsalmun to Jegak, and lastly the space for the dead constitutes from the back of Jegak to Bongbun. - type Jegak instead of T type Jegak generally used at Chosun Dynasty was installed because of claypan stretched out in front of Junkyung tomb and Bongbun of Youngkyung tomb located at a ravine between two mountain ranges.