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Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture
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Volume 13, Issue 4 - Nov 2011
Volume 13, Issue 3 - Aug 2011
Volume 13, Issue 2 - May 2011
Volume 13, Issue 1 - Feb 2011
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A Characteristics of Plan and Elevation Types of Existing Way Stations built in the Early 20th Century Korea
Kwon, Soon-Oh ; Son, Han-Ul ; Kim, Tai-Young ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 13, issue 1, 2011, Pages 1~8
This aim of the study is to investigate the plan and elevation types of existing way stations built in the early 20th century Korea, focused on Choong-ang, Donghae-nambu, and Kyung-jeon line of the railroad tracklines. The plans and elevations are drawn up and analyzed based on literature data and aerial photographs through the survey. These way stations are classified into various types by room layout and front elevation. The basic plan types are composed of waiting room, station service room, and administration. The station service room has a train operation room in the projecting part of corner. This room has windows on every side to see in and out of train. There are the enlarged, extended waiting room types, and linear types in the other plan types. The waiting room is lied on the right side, and has a gable roof in elevation. The elevation types are classified with side and centralized, and so on by the placement and shape of gable roofs. The basic elevation types have gable roofs in sides lied on the waiting room, and these types are transformed into centralized types by extension of waiting room The others are the linear types without gable roofs and the unusual roof types in appearance.
A Study on Characteristics of the View point Setting in Urban scape Plan -In the case of the Regional Small & Medium Cities in Jeollanamdo-
Park, Jung-Hyun ; Kim, Yun-Hag ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 13, issue 1, 2011, Pages 9~20
This study is designed to examine characteristics and types of basic landscape design established by 7 local governments in Jeollanam-do and its availability as the index of landscape administration and present a guideline with view landscape plan of local governments. The results of this study are described below. In case of view landscape, while Korean cities have not many historical assets like landmark, they have locational characteristics with mountain or coast in the center or surroundings of downtown. Therefore, since view landscape has many cases of restricting individual property rights as well as having a value as public property of city which makes recognition of sharing city, it is very sensitive problem and establishing guideline of it is needed. But, it was found that view landscape plan of local governments established location of view spot with the nature of relief viewing downtown or coast from high spot. Selection of viewing objects in view plan require deciding an object as the public property of city and big cities require selection from the zone and small cities must select 1~2 spots from the viewpoint of whole downtown. 3~4 view spots of middle and distant views which makes city community centering around the subject of view must be selected through enough discussion and in case of natural landscape, View shaft or visible rays require setting of range that 30% of viewing objects is seen. View spot or viewing objects should be selected over twice as extra spots through public hearing and civil participation as the process.
Study on the Characteristics of Space Organization of School Community Library -Focusing on a fact-finding study of school community library through life-learning city project carried out by Gangneung-si-
Moon, Jung-In ; Lee, Yo-Han ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 13, issue 1, 2011, Pages 21~28
The main purpose of this study is to analyze construction of space through the investigation of the cases of school community library through Gangneung-si's life-learning project and the findings from the analysis could be summarized as below. Firstly, most space used for school community library has the size of two classes in school on average and locals use generally space for reference and learning at school community library. Secondly, the construction of space of school community library is categorized into one for book-returning, references, reading, group learning and information, and an audio-visual space is also used for group learning and reading. A space for book-returning has features based on the location of its entrance and a space for reading features stand-up and sitting-on space considering size and usability. And a space for group learning has the feature of space planning that makes it possible for local people to get library programs and seminars and a space for information shows its feature of space planning that uses the wall.
Residential Quarter Organization and Housing Spatial Form of Fishing Village in Eocheong-do Island
Park, Chung-Shin ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 13, issue 1, 2011, Pages 29~36
This paper aims to clarify the residential quarter organization and housing spatial form of fishing village in Eocheong-do Island. The results are as follows. First, island residential quarter is formed along the coastline, the detached house and the shop house are mainly located in the front of the coastline. Second, the inclination road which connects the northernmost end part and the seashore road is maintained as a road system of a residential quarter from the Japanese colony term until now. Third, It is the feature that Eocheong-do island has the wide width of the front of a site compared with other island residential quarters. Therefore, the frontage wide of a building is also large. Fourth, the entrance of the building where the frontage is mainly located right in the middle, and each rooms are located in the surroundings of it. Finally, the typical community space of Eocheong-do island is Pyeongsang(平床). Pyeongsang is space which receives various functions in inhabitants' life cycle.
A Study on the Techniques of Preservation Technology in the Brick Structure of Modern Architectural Properties
Woo, Nam-Sic ; Kwon, Soon-Chan ; Kim, Tai-Young ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 13, issue 1, 2011, Pages 37~44
The maintenance works for brick-structured buildings are a new field in Korea, and practical cases are yet inadequate so that such works may cause adverse effects of damaging the buildings after all. Therefore, this study has extracted a preservation technology believed to be most desirable in minimizing the damage to the original state of the buildings and preserving the value as the cultural assets through maintenance work details from 1986 to 2010 regarding brick-structured buildings designated as cultural properties. Firstly, a brick replacement method of using the brick used at the time of construction is efficient in replacement and repair of brick material for preserving value of cultural assets and minimizing damage of the original form. Secondly, use of lime mortar through material analysis is effective in repair of masonry joint and mortar but it is not used often due to high experimental cost. Finally, reinforcement of structure using a form for a building with severe damage is most efficient when considering additional problems. However, damage on the original form of a building can be minimized and value of a building can be preserved only when consideration on sufficient case analysis, materials to be used, and conditions of a building is supported.
A Study on the Construction of Main Sanctuary of Dogapsa Temple -Focused on Establishing Bay of columns and Setback Technique in Upper Stories of Traditional Architecture with Multi Roof-
Shin, Woong-Ju ; Lee, Bong-Soo ; Park, Gang-Chul ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 13, issue 1, 2011, Pages 45~54
The results of examining the architectural features and changes of the main building of Dogapsa temple which is multi roofs wooden structure are as follows. The passage comparing 'Dogapsa' of <
>, account of Lee Ha Gon's trip as the literature showing the appearance of Dogapsa temple in the early 18th century to Borimsa through verse of 'Dutacho' was noticeable. Dogapsa temple at Yeongam was distant over 100 ri from Borimsa temple at Jangheung and it was considered that there were many temples at Mt. Wolchul, Yeongam and there were also many temples to be comparable with it. But, Dogapsa temple was compared to Borimsa temple because verses 'many-storied building is high and immense' of 'Dogapsa' at <
> and 'Dogapsa is lower than Borimsa at Jangheung' at 'Dutacho' of <
> were interpreted as the existence of multi roofs Buddhist temple which had something in common with Dogapsa and Borimsa and was comparable to them. According to existing materials, it was assumed that the main building of Dogapsa was burnt through the Japanese invasion of Korea in the 52nd year of the sexagenary cycle (Eulmyooebyeon, 1555) and Jungyujaeran (1597), but record of major history of the main buildings of Dogapsa and Borimsa indicated that multi roofs wooden structure of the two temples were built at the same period. Since multi roofs wooden structure of main building of Borimsa was rebuilt in 1692, these buildings existed from the early 18th century to middle 18th century.
A Case Study on the Composition Method of Environment-Friendly Architecture of the Educational Facilities -Focused on Ecological Environment Elements-
Yang, Kum-Suek ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 13, issue 1, 2011, Pages 55~62
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. The average of ecological area ratio was 24.5 percent in case of this certification regardless of school grade and region and it was analyzed that the natural based green area ratio was 22.9 percent, bio-tope area ratio was 0.60 percent and ecological learning places area ratio was 0.39 percent.
The Study of Characteristics of Rural Village Development Project For Rural Area Migration -Focused on Farming Village Development Projet-
Han, Seok-Jong ; Kang, Man-Ho ; Shon, Seung-Kwang ; Joo, Seok-Joong ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 13, issue 1, 2011, Pages 63~70
This study is about characteristic of rural areas development project considering Rural Areas Migration. As a Rural Economy is getting worse for a rapid decrease in population and a rapid aging of the population, Decline in Rural areas has become more serious. So, Each local government is promoting rural areas development project, like Culture Village Project, Rural Village Project, Happiness Village Project, and Farming and Fishing New-town Project, to attract inhabitants in the Urban Area. This study examines the change of policy about rural areas development project in Corea through theoretical study, and analyzes the Implementation of rural village Project supported or implemented by local community to characterize the project.
The General Plan for the Creation of a Rural and Mountainous Experience Village at Sanyangri Samcheok
Chung, Seok-Hoon ; Choi, Jang-Soon ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 13, issue 1, 2011, Pages 71~78
The present conditions of Sanyangri village at Samcheok are stagnated and spiritless because there is only old men without young men. The purpose of this study is to make the basic plans of this rural and mountainous village to learn by personal experience. Therefore this study has been focused on its programs, land uses, roads and facilities how to activate it. The plan orientation of it is to make and become active by tourists to visit this village to experience the rural and mountainous living culture. So the general plan is divided into two zone which are the rural experience zone and the mountainous experience zone. Also the plan is to be considered to increase its amenities through the connection of surrounding villages and their resources. And it is necessary for the conversion as a tour place of sojourn and experience by supplying with various shows through connections with surrounding tour resources worthy of providing the various excitement through the visiting.