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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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Research on Housing Conditions of the Vulnerable in Rural Area - With Focus on the Cases of Jincheon-eup and Baebok-myeon, Jincheon-gun, Chungbuk -
Kim, Seung-Keun ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 13, issue 4, 2011, Pages 1~8
Korea is moving toward an aging society faster than the other advance countries such as the U.S. and France. Such aging phenomena are posing greater problems in rural areas than in urban areas, and particularly, decrease in productivity caused by aging population leads to economic difficulties and hinders the improvement of housing life. The purpose of this research is to examine and identify the housing conditions of the vulnerable in rural areas and to present ways to improve the elderly housing and the housing environment in rural areas and to provide basic data for materializing the policies to enhance the quality of life. The results of this research are as follows. First, the elderly in rural areas were found to receive relatively smooth supports for services related to clothing and food through the government and social organizations. But for the housing problems, it was found that there were not any supports. Second, the poor housing environment may cause diseases to the elderly with weak immunity, so ways to remedy these problems are urgently needed. Third, the vulnerable in rural areas can hardly bear the burden of improving the housing environment, so supports from the government and social organizations are needed. Fourth, ways to support the vulnerable such as households receiving basic living subsidies and to support the poor who are not receiving such subsidies should be explored.
A Study on the Layout and Floor Plan of Hyangkyo Architecture at Youngseo districts in Gangwon-do
Rim, Sang-Kyu ; Chai, Hee-Jai ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 13, issue 4, 2011, Pages 9~16
This study aims to research the local characteristics of layout and floor plan at Hyangkyo Archiecture in Youngseo districts of Gangwon-do. Hyangkyo which were the institutional places of Chosun Dynasty used for stability and order of the dynasty as well as for the education of people. This thesis studies and analyzes the regularity which appears in the formation of architecture mainly in the aspects of layout, plane formality. Jeon-hak-hoo-myo is the arraying formality in which Myungryundang and Daesungjun are placed on a line of one axis with Myungryundang placed lower in the front and Daesungjun place higher in the back and this formality is applied for a land that slopes. The layout formation of Gangkak space is divided into Jeonjaehudang-type and Jeondanghujae-type. This study analyze arrangement type and plane characteristics about local old time school belonging to the Confucian shrine construction at Youngseo districts in Gangwon-do, there is purpose of research to wish to clear the regional special quality of local old time school belonging to the Confucian shrine construction at Youngseo districts in Gangwon-do.
A Study on the Use of the Rural Housing Standard Plans
Lee, Eul-Gyu ; Jang, Taek-Ju ; Joo, Woo-Il ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 13, issue 4, 2011, Pages 17~24
This research is according to the a future-oriented strategy, low-carbon green growth, and it is a basic research for dissemination of rural housing standard plan. Through the survey of plans use, we look at ways to rural housing standard plan use and then needed to establish measures for this. Looking at the type of used plans, we can find several points. One of them, 19 kinds of rural housing standard plans were used among the 61 total cases. Almost all change the plan, the reasons is different for the condition of the land, such as site conditions, family members, personal preferences, house color or material. A few cases have been constructed as rural housing standard plans, but rural housing standard plans are important data for the rural resident to determine plans, and it has an important role in the rural housing design process. Common features of the many rural houses is concrete structure, two stories, and construction period is two to three months. Land area is
, building area is
. Heating system is an oil boiler.
A Study on Space Satisfaction and Characteristic of Student's Moving Route of Departmentalized Class System High school in Chungbuk Area
Jung, Jin-Ju ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 13, issue 4, 2011, Pages 25~34
On former days, school has realized as "where teach", but development of a technology and change of paradigm are changing school as "where study". This is meaning that student is more important and be considered than others when make school environment. Due to continuous investment of national level in several decades, in our elementary school's facilities and environment, when compare with advanced nations that we know that have come to the fairly high level. But, it is not really certainly in middle school and high school. Than the reason is, 'College entrance examination' is prior than other certain values in occasion of high school especially, and we ask a question in return whether have persuaded ourselves that school facilities and environment may change later. It is hard to find more important thing than the proposition in fact on present society. However, it is that society and facilities that can correspond to fast change of paradigm, change of curriculum, learner's change and environment have to be changed in middle school and high school now. Departmentalized Class System that applies in national middle and high school now can become an opportunity that can improve school facilities and environment of middle and high school. In such background, I studied space satisfaction and student's moving route and pattern characteristic of Departmentalized Class System high school in Chungcheongbuk-do area. And this study aims at supply the data about efficient Departmentalized Class System School's facilities plan and space use which can meet on request of students.
A Study on the Transitions and Preservation of Namganjeongsa
Do, Yong-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 13, issue 4, 2011, Pages 35~42
This thesis investigated construction aims, transitions, and preservation strategies through literatures, old documents, old maps, drawings, and photos and attained results as followings. 'Namganjeongsa' was built and located, centering on the thoughts of 'Song Si Yeol' who adored '
'. 'Song Si Yeol' constructed 'Namganjeongsa' on a valley which was situated at a beautiful surrounding with a stream. No writing mentioned that he constructed 'Namganjeongsa', for there was a pond. It seems that the pond was constructed, going through many transitions, after its construction. Neighboing circumstances were damaged when 'Gigukjeong was moved in, 'Namgansa' was constructed, and 'Uamsajeok Park' was formed. So, preservation of cultural assets, together with buildings and environment of location, are meaningful.
Analysis of Space characteristics of Conventional Market in Small Town
Han, Jong-Koo ; Park, Tong-So ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 13, issue 4, 2011, Pages 43~50
Activation of conventional market in small town is important in the reinvigoration of local economy as an economical center. The revitalization of local economy is closely related to the fosterage of conventional market. So the local government is trying to activate the market. However, the projects for the activation of conventional market are mostly centered on the modernization of facilities which is carried out at urban districts. Those facilities-centered plans, being carried out at urban district, lack the consideration of the peculiarities of rural districts and the regional conditions of the conventional market in small towns. And some projects for the modernization of facilities produce negative results. Especially the conventional market in small town shows a spatial structure of a five-day market and a market place and it was influenced by the spatial relationship between the permanent market and periodic market. So analyses on the spatial lay-out and form, store facilities, spatial distribution of types of business, spatial utilization on market place are needed to improve the physical environment of the conventional market. In this context, the study analyzed systematically the space of an old and lagged Hongseong conventional market located in central district of a small town. And It is expected that the results use as a basic data to establish effective space improvement plan for conventional market in small town.
A Study on the Environmental color design through the Analysis of Local Colors - Focused on Hongseong-gun -
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 13, issue 4, 2011, Pages 51~58
The purpose of this study was analyzing the features of architectural colors in Hongseong-gun and proposing environmental color design for regional identity color. According to the analysis, Hongseong's base colors are YR of low hue value and grayish tone colors. But a lot of signs and outdoor billboards mar the beauty of the environmental color. So it is more important to solve the problems as well as new environmental color design. The results are as follows; 1) Naepo Color Palette of 2009 Chungnam Public Design Master Plan would be an accepted principal for the contextual landscape image of Chungnam in macro perspective. 2) Outdoor signboards must be controlled and improved for the harmony of the buildings dominant colors. 3) Roof color would arrange R or grayish of deep tone colors those are similar balance of Hongseong base color YR, and gate color would have clear principles of the order such as chromatic or brightness contrast in housing. 4) Forming of future oriented image of Hongseong need to be considered first as to whether it is harmonious tones with existing local base colors.
The Concentration of Basic Self Governing Body's Rural Amenity Resources using the Gini's Coefficient - Centered on Sunchang County in Jeonbuk Province -
Park, Jae-Chul ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 13, issue 4, 2011, Pages 59~66
This study aims to understand the degree of inequality of surveyed rural amenity resources according to resources and region in basic self governing body by estimating the Gini Coefficient and Lorenz Curve. Case Study was performed in Sunchang basic self governing body which full survey of rural amenity resources was completed. The Gini Coefficient was applied to measure the concentration of amenity resources in 11 Eup-Myun regions, Sunchang county of Jeonbuk province. The results demonstrate significantly different variation according to Eup-Myun regions and amenity variables. This result would be used as a basic data for rational rural planning based on amenity resources through identifying distributional concentration of rural amenity resources in basic self governing body.
A Study on the Execution Plan Elements for Revitalizing Public Design - Focused on the public design in local city and rural areas -
Lee, Gwang-Young ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 13, issue 4, 2011, Pages 67~74
In modern society, the competition between cities than the competition between countries has been important in general. This kind of a new paradigm has spread worldwide. As a result, public design, naturally, have emreged one of the major trends to get the competitive of city. A lot of public design studies and case study have been published, especially in the city area. But there is not any kind of result public study in local and rural areas. So, for the purpose of revitalizing public design, this study is to propose the public design execution plan and execution plan elements that give the competitiveness of local city and rural areas.
Residential Environment Improvement in the Deteriorated Residential Areas via the Maeul-mandeulgi - Focus on the cases in Korea and Japan -
Lee, Joo-Hun ; Chae, Chan-Hwan ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 13, issue 4, 2011, Pages 75~82
In this study, the desirable direction of residential environment improvement was presented by comparing the areas in Korea and Japan that are difficult to develop due to regulations and low profitability. The study results showed that a new plan should be presented by autonomous governments to promote the participation of residents and make the most of the local characteristics, in addition to the existing comprehensive nationwide redevelopment. The project must be gradually progressed without haste, from the residents' point of view. The basic project outline and the method must be determined by considering the local characteristics in terms of city planning. In conclusion, it is necessary that the designation of the housing redevelopment district should be cancelled if the project cannot be progressed due to the constraints such as city planning and residents' opposition, and a legal basis should be stipulated so that different project methods, including maeul-mandeulgi, can be introduced.
A Study on the Color Image Evaluation of Buildings on Urban Street
Jeong, Ga-Young ; Lee, Hyang-Mi ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 13, issue 4, 2011, Pages 83~90
The purpose of this study is to grasp the color situation of buildings on Urban Street, through the color image evaluation to research primary factors have an effect on color image preferences. A scope of this study is district of Sang Mu in Gwangju Metropolitan City. A method of study put out evaluation model after BIB test by photography, spot color. And performed Factorial Design, Multiple Regression Analysis through SD questionnaire. The result of this study show that color situation exceedingly used YR predominates, support, stress color, in the second place used predominate, support color is B, stress color is R. Luminosity showed middle luminosity 4.1~7.0, , low freshness distribution. Color image was evaluated modern and cold image and appeared affirmative aspect clean, order, neat image and showed negative aspect stiff, flat image. And 'comfortableness', 'unification' had an effect on color image preferences The result of this study showed that color plan need to improve comfortableness, unification bring control into line color at building color image of urban street.
A Study on the Utilization Status of Community Living Facilities in Rural Area
Kim, Kang-Seob ; Son, Kwang-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 13, issue 4, 2011, Pages 91~98
The housing environment of the weak class in rural area is inferior, the elderly ratio is high, and senior citizens whose living by themselves are increasing. This study was to analyze the actual conditions of utilization status, characterization of residency, management method of the federation of construction associate's love house and local government's case, and usage of the village hall. For better study, we reviewed the literatures and conducted field surveys. The purpose of this study is to suggest a development plan of rural community living homes. The results of this study were as follows; First, it is important for proper site of rural community living home plans to select adjacent location in the surrounding medical and welfare facilities(including community facilities). Second, the living space for one person does not need such a space; about
is suitable. Third, it is important to use surplus area to make kitchen garden in the site planning. Also the architectural plans must be considered to minimize the maintenance costs for the sustainability of the house and winter heating expense problem.
A Case Study on the Remodeling Plan of Closed School as Elderly Facility And Developing Composition Type -Implication of Okchun Dongyi Middle School-
Nam, Yun-Cheol ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 13, issue 4, 2011, Pages 99~106
Since 1982, schools have been closed down by urbanization in rural areas. 3,386 schools had been closed down by March 2010. The average 300 schools was closed down every year. 55.7% closed schools were sold, 14.5% closed schools were rented. 6.3% closed schools have been utilized as education facilities. First, the closed school should be utilized as education facilities. And it should be utilized as public facilities as well as welfare facilities for local residents. This paper presents a case of the welfare facility remodeled using Don-Yi middle school in Okcheon-Gun, Chungcheongbuk-Do and propose the unit care composition. The main contents is composed of posts, beams floors, stairs. Masonry infill walls and windows ware improved. Corridors were placed. A classroom were divided into 2 rooms with the Korean traditional heating system(on-dol) for four. Other conveniences were designed for a cafeteria, recreation, a restroom as space required. It is effective to utilize the closed school that has magnificent views and orientation, space construction. The Unit-care system is proposed by 4 types developments.
A Study on the preference and trends about co-housing of Senior citizen Who lives alone in Rural and Fishing Village - A study on the Model of Co-Housing for Senior citizen who lives alone in the rural and fishing village (I) -
Cho, Won-Seok ; Kim, Heung-Gee ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 13, issue 4, 2011, Pages 107~114
According to the aging society, the housing environments of senior citizens who live alone are faced with social various problems. On the dwelling welfare, development of model for the silver house is necessary at the reducing of social expense. Particularly, the silver housing conditions of rural and fishing villages are poor than urban region. The results of this research are as follows. First, the senior citizens who live alone looked to an negative opinion about cohabitation of the aged, but the senior citizens who don't live alone and preliminary old man group showed a positive opinion to the regarding cohabitation. Second, Most of the aged was in poor health, On this account they expressed an opinion that they were opposite to the cohabitation opinion. Although considering health, simultaneous design of both private life and community life shall be reflected to the preferential design element in co-housing of the aged. Through these co-housing for the aged in rural and fishing village, the senior citizens who lives alone have prevented poor housing surroundings, loneliness, loss of role, uneasiness, gloomy, chronic disease.
The Morphological Transformation Characteristics of Yanji in China through Space Syntax
Kang, Wen-zhe ; Yang, Seung-Woo ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 13, issue 4, 2011, Pages 115~124
This study examines the process of urban formation in the city of Yanji. The analysis is done by the change of street pattern and major facility location in a timely manner by appling space syntax method. This research categorizes the pattern of the urban growth focused on two urban forms, street and major buildings, in the city and is offered of the meaning of the first value on interpretation of the urban growth in the city of Yanji. The result of the research are as follows. First, the period of the city transformation is divided into four stage; intuitive period, grid-iron formative period, consolidation period, and urban expansion period. Second, characteristics of each stage have been analyzed. At the first stage, the city started to frame along both buildings and streets which were placed without a plan. At the second stage, the city was planned and constructed into new grid-iron pattern ignoring existing context by Jananese colony. At the consolidation period, the road system expands from the city center toward suburban. At the last expansion period, the shape of the city has complicated its shape with complex road system. This study contributes to provide a basic analysis and data to investigate how the Yanji city has evolved over period of time. But further continuous research should be done for future urban development of the Yanji city.
A Study on the investigation research for architectural plan about Crematory Facilities - focused on the Jeollabuk-do area -
Lee, Deog-Yong ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 13, issue 4, 2011, Pages 125~132
End of all living subjects which are a dead the low of meaning is word. Also is a funeral and in compliance with from the customary family formality of the Chu Hsi generally at in the ceremonial occasions and alias that calls says. The human being went without question a all ages and countries and many and in order to extend the time endeavored came. Received with the fact which is not the possibility the dead avoiding finally came to admit, that was afraid and comfort the methods for appeared. This annular lifestyle rises prays the peace of future life with the method for the shop custom in even modern age to make the funeral culture be located which is general, becomes and there is a possibility of seeing with the cause which is biggest. Our country ceremonial occasions from past undergoes the influence of China on a large scale in here and comes but there is a possibility seeing with the one kind cause that to Korea time the Confucianism ideology overflows specially in the national whole.
A Study on the Characteristics Amenities for rural village development plan - A subject of Chungbuk Yeongdong-gun sihanggol area -
Ju, Jae-Cheol ; Jung, Da-Young ; Song, Yi ; Rhee, Sin-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 13, issue 4, 2011, Pages 133~140
The Government's investment for rural issues and continues to increase in the rural village developed and emerging. Among these development plans in the amenity characteristics analysis is an essential element of working. In this study, Chungbuk Yeongdong sihanggol in sub-analysis of the resources and amenities to the regional characteristics you want to animate a plan was developed. Analysis of city attractions as well as through seeking to gain a competitive edge and to reflect the resident physicians conducted a SWOT analysis. Major strategic include utilizing the strengths sihanggol opportunities for the many ways to leverage the resources and sub-concepts derived from detailed planning to detailed business information presented.