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Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture
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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 Research of the Actual Conditions and Using Plan of Modern Registered Cultural Architecture - Focused on Jae Cheon Leaf Tobacco Receipt Agency -
Lee, Dong-Young ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 12, issue 3, 2010, Pages 1~10
Knowing in a view of legislation, we are able to use modernly the interior of registered cultural property with its preservation and its use freely in the limit of not changing the outer appearance. And on investigation, many building registered as cultural property has been used continuously with the function kept or changed. It means that modern building must keep their function at kept to survive in a change of city construction. Likewise, even Jae cheon leaf tobacco receipt agency lose the original function, there will be great possibilities that the agency may be changed or disappeared if we don't preserve it or give it a new function by making out the meaning of preservation. So, if Jae Cheon leaf tobacco receipt agency is restored as mentioned above in close cooperation with related organization, Jae Cheon area will demonstrate the meaning as a representative producing district of leaf tobacco with its cultural value in Korean modern ages.
A Study on the Community Features of Alleys of Nakan-Eupsung
Lee, Young-Mi ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 12, issue 3, 2010, Pages 11~18
This study tries to view the social and public roles of roads in urban structure in a renewed way, focusing on NakAn-Eupsung, which was a spontaneous settlement, not a designed city, of the many traditional villages. The most valuable meaning the alleys of traditional villages give us is the community of cooperation. Thus, this study tries to examine the features of the community in three major ways happening on the alleys of NakAn-Eupsung in three major ways. First, the features according to regional community; second, the features by social community; third, the features according to public community. Through this, we can understand the features of alleys within the building structure of traditional villages, and also we can have a chance to grasp the image of 'togetherness-of-the-public', long lost on contemporary alleys. In order to realize the ideal of sustainable residence, the techniques of housing complex project are continually being developed, and recently it is not hard to come across the flow of planning techniques taking especially community into consideration. At this point of time, it seems that various kinds of communities being made up on roads of traditional villages can present new directions and models to contemporary housing complex formation.
Craftsmanship of Non-Educated Constructors in Korean-Style Secondary Station(Gong-So) of Naepo Region
Park, Kwang-Hyun ; Kim, Tai-Young ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 12, issue 3, 2010, Pages 19~26
This study is aimed to look into the craftsmanship non-educated constructors in Korean-style secondary stations(Gong-So) of Naepo region which is located in the northwestern Chungcheongnam-do. Although the area was persecuted as one of three cradles of Korean Catholicism, Catholic activities flourished there. The 13 cases of Korean-style secondary stations were selected through a survey report list about modern cultural assets of Chungcheongnam-do published in december 2004. This study examined the methods of plan layout and framework of Gong-So to look into craftsmanship of non-educated constructors, the results are as follows; The methods of plan layout are divided into three types according to existence and arrangement of inner column(Nae-Ju); 'Layout with Nae-Ju' is considered as the primary form of Korean-style Gong-So with using regular Nae-Ju. 'Layout with the different position of the center between Nae-Ju and exterior column(Oe-Ju)' and 'layout without Nae-Ju' is appeared in Korean-style Gong-So which is important to assembly and alter function. The methods of framework are appeared variously according to different plan layout for securing worship space. The unusal beam(Chung-Ryang) is used to solve different spans of altar and narthex. When space was formed widely without Nae-Ju, diagonal members and M letter type rafters are used, they are influenced by the technique of western wooden roof truss.
Effect of Wire Bracing to Snow Load Acting on Vinyl House Frame
Jung, Dong-Jo ; Teng, Chhay ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 12, issue 3, 2010, Pages 27~34
Unbraced vinyl house frame that is economically installed is certainly easy to collapse under the influence of excess snow load. To make it more cheaply in putting up as well as more efficiently in withstanding the applied snow load, it is essential to insert additional bracing into the existing unbraced vinyl house frame. On the other hand, there are varieties of possible bracing shapes that can be formed. However, their efficiencies are different. Therefore, it is important to identify the most effective bracing shape. In this study, 2 different kinds of bracing shapes, horizontal and inclined bracing, are used to additionally install in the ordinary single frames in order to show the effect of the bracing resisting the applied snow load and compare the bending moment, axial force, combined stress and vertical displacement of the vinyl house frame.
A Study on the Architectural Interpretation of the Korean Traditional Private Garden Pavilions from the perspective of Separation
Kim, Jin-Su ; Nam, Hae-Kyeong ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 12, issue 3, 2010, Pages 35~46
The purpose of this study is to interpretate the Korean traditional Private Garden Pavilion -'byoul-seo(別墅)' in the view point of the architectural methodology - the separation of space in Honam province. It is presumed that nature union is archived through the 'yan-sang(玩賞)' which is ultimate state of knowledge that is base on the premises of opened signification in emancipation from narrow view point in the past and cognition of value. therefore, it is needed to know the unworldly point of space perception about the pavilion territory, furthermore to have conceptual method to distinct pavilion from the world. there are two methods in the distinct concept in this pavilion research: unworldly separation and meditative separation. As a result, the followings are conclusions; There two distinctive methods of planning of pavilion by use of the room and column. There are enclosement, turnaround, division of floor area in the room organization method, and it's modification of modulation, diversification of column height and diversification of column use in different space.
A Study on the U-Korean Traditional Residence introduced Ubiquitous Services in a Traditional Residence
Joung, In-Sang ; Lee, Kang-Hoon ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 12, issue 3, 2010, Pages 47~56
In a study of a peculiarity of the Korean residence construction as the central Jeong Yeo Chang's Residence, we proposed varieties service models for an anthropocentric U-Korean style with "a convenience, a security, an economical, a pleasure". It was to assume for this research that was established in case of all necessity IT infrastructures, and was structural alterations to a Korean residence sectional. It was used for Wall-Pad(Home Gateway) for controlling services, gas valves, remote inspection of a meter, curtains, doorlocks, boilers, temperature controllers, indoor ventilation systems, breakers, and expansion of crime prevention, energy. With introducing various service models on U-Korean style house, removing a negative view about Korean residence, we drew the best suited residence condition combining with a merit of the Korean residence and the Ubiquitous Intelligent Home Service. In order to realize U-Korean style house at the right time at the right place, a maintenance was required to be ensured based on social infrastructures and institutions and laws.
A Study on the spatial configuration & Use Characteristics of the Elderly Nursing Institutions
Chu, Yeon-Cheol ; Lee, Dong-Suk ; Youn, Chung-Yeul ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 12, issue 3, 2010, Pages 57~66
The graying of population is not only a significant problem in developing countries, but also in a small country which is passing industrialization and urbanization. Industrialization and urbanization has raised a number of nuclear family. Moreover, changes in the environment and development in science such as a medical development and improving standard of health and hygiene have raised an average life expectancy. Considering these factors, average age of population is going up continue. Developed countries such as Europe, US and Japan have already experienced the graying and some countries have entered aged society. Korea is expected to be reached post-aged society in 7 years which is faster than developed countries that started aging society earlier than Korea. The purpose of this study is a analysis of resident's opinions and preference and using space of elders facilities and seeking a plan to construct the facilities through suggesting standard of use space. Firstly, this report will classify current situation of spacial organization on elder facilities focusing on major sectors and will compare in size. Moreover, standard of area distribution through an analyzing characteristics of each spacial organization. Secondly, The report will compare and analyze between space and main traffic line through classifying traffic lines between staffs and residents of elder facilities and understanding characteristics and problems of each traffic line. Lastly, this will study perception and preference on staffs at elders facilities and middle old aged people who are potential demander, and compare between these people.