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Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture
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Volume 15, Issue 4 - Nov 2013
Volume 15, Issue 3 - Aug 2013
Volume 15, Issue 2 - May 2013
Volume 15, Issue 1 - Feb 2013
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A Study on the Physical Environment of Local Traditional Markets located in Chungbuk Province - Centering on Mugeuk, Samseong, and Boeun Traditional Markets -
Kim, Young-Hwan ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 15, issue 2, 2013, Pages 1~8
Traditional markets located in local small towns have effected local economies and culture for a long time, but their current situation is not so good. In this context, this paper tries to find out the physical characteristics and problems of local traditional markets and to extract some suggestions to improve them. For this, I selected three traditional markets as case study areas such as Mugeuk, Samseong, and Boeun located in local small town in Chungbuk Province. Using the diverse survey methods including theoretical review, basic data analysis, field survey, and questionnaire study, I examined physical features such as location, spatial structure, type of business, streetscape, and convenient facilities in the designated markets. Finally, based on this, I proposed some suggestions on the improvement of traditional markets located in local small towns as followings; expand and improve the convenient facilities, enforce the image of entrance, boost and form groups of specified business, reflect the local characteristics, and amend the related institution etc.
A Study on the Use of Photogrammetry in Survey and Recording of Modern Architectural Properties
Kwon, Soon-Chan ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 15, issue 2, 2013, Pages 9~16
This paper is to discover how the photogrammetry method can be utilized for recording modern architectural properties. As a result of conducting photogrammetry aimed at the main building and water supply tower of Goesan Middle School, it was possible to measure actually either complicated patterns or a damaged area on the facade. However, there appeared errors in the actual measurement of the hollow or protruded area on the facade to measure actually or of an object in the cylinder form. First, for the actual measurement of the protruded area, it is possible to complete a facade by measuring actually the protruded area separately after dividing it and complementing it on the facade, Second, concerning an object in the cylinder form, it is possible to complete one facade by matching a facade which is measured actually with a Diaver method among the MSR photogrammetry methods, and three dimensional standard coordinates which are obtained through Totalstation.
A study on residential development plan for the retiree returning to farming and rural areas - A study on the model of MARPA((Maison d'Accueil Rurale pour Personnes Ag
Uhr, Jeong-Yeun ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 15, issue 2, 2013, Pages 17~24
Recent social aspects such as change in population structure, preference to eco-friendly lifestyle, potential for high-tech agriculture are increasing the public attention to returning to farming and rural areas. Especially, retired people who have a longer life expectancy than in the past seek to find a beginning of their later years in farming and rural life. This phenomenon is expected to form new value on rural areas and create new culture for the aged. In order to suggest a futuristic residential development plan for the retiree, this thesis first analyzes 'MARPA(Maison d'Accueil Rurale pour Personnes Ag
es)' through reference research, site visit and interview with professionals and based on this suggest solutions applicable to Korean conditions. This thesis concludes that residential development plan apt to local characteristics, marketing strategies and administrative system through network and specialized maintenance system are required. In addition, it is contended that interaction and cooperation with local community, various support on creating regional income and residential development plan being in harmony with existing community are needed.
A Study on the Housing Type and Space Extension of the Traditional Houses in Samcheok Region
Choi, Jang-Soon ; Kim, Jin-Won ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 15, issue 2, 2013, Pages 25~32
The purpose of this study is to analyze the residential space composition and extension of Jeonja-jip and Dureong-jip in Samcheok region. The results of this study are as follows. It appears three residential plan types - Jeonja-jip with Anmaru(a room made of wooden floor), Jeonja-jip without Anmaru and Dureong-jip with Anmaru- in survey region. It was needed the extension of residential space at Jeonja-jip(a house type with two-row rooms which be composed of 田type under one roof) and Dureong-jip(a house type with inner floor which be surrounded by rooms under one roof) because of shortage of sleeping space, working space and keeping space owing to growing large family. The solutions of these shortages will be the extension of space in houses. Jeonja-jip's basic type which is the Kyup-Jip(a house type with two-row rooms under one roof) of 一 type with 6 Kans(Kan, a unit to count room to divided with four posts) is transformed and extended to 田shaped house with 11 Kans toward X-axis orientation. Dureong-Jip's basic type which is ㄱ type with 7 Kans is transformed and extended to the Sekyup-Jip with 9 Kans and the Nekyup-Jip(a house type with four-row rooms under one roof) with 12 Kans toward Y-axis orientation by insertion and addition. Jeonja-jip was developed into Kyup-Jip with front 4 or 5 Kans and side 2 Kans instead of being done into Sekyup-jip or Nekyup-Jip with insufficient day lighting and ventilation problems. Jeonja-jip and Dureong-jip were stronger than any other traditional houses in tendency to reserve Magu(cowshed) and Chikkan(toilet) in a house.
A Study on the Application of Departmentalized Classroom System in High School in the Rural Area
Yang, Kum-Suek ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 15, issue 2, 2013, Pages 33~40
The purpose of this study is to clarify the actual condition of the plan of high schools in the rural area. Recently, many high schools are remodeling the buildings and facilities based on the departmentalized classroom system. This study, through analyzing on 2 remodeling cases of small high schools in the rural area of gyeongnam. This article discuses about the basic characteristics of the plan composition and the education programs of 2 small high schools. This study is showing the variation before and after remodeling and space organization types. The results of this study are summarized as follows; 1) Most of them take horizontal zoning system in the department classrooms. 2) Number and area of teachers' laboratory ware increased in most of floors. 3) Sample schools took much more spaces of homebase than before. 4) Consideration is given to the main subject spaces before the other subject spaces.
Difference in Behavior and Recognition about Urban Rural Exchange of Urban Residents between Korea and Japan
Choi, Jung-Min ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 15, issue 2, 2013, Pages 41~51
In the midst of growing demand for rural life of urban dwellers, this study tried to investigate the difference in behavior and recognition about urban rural exchange between Korea and Japan. For this, this study utilized 2,000 total samples of the survey conducted by MLIT in Japan, because Japan has experienced a low birth rate and aging population earlier and actively promoting urban rural exchange program than South Korea. The result of the analysis is as follows. First, the needs for rural life of urban dwellers are similar both in Japan and South Korea. However, Japanese prioritize future efforts to current efforts. Second, urban dwellers' activities in rural areas were classified into three categories; field trips and hands-on activities, cruise and circulating activities, and leisure activities. Third, similarly three types of visit or intercourse of urban dwellers into rural areas were classified; repeatedly visit the same place as 'iterative type', visit a new place as 'new pioneer type', and not yet determined as 'undefined type'. Variables such as age of household, income, number of inmate, and number of children were analyzed linked to these three types of visit or intercourse in a Discriminant analysis. As a result, only 'age of household', however, turned out to be the crucial factor which influence decisively distinguishing characteristics of these three types of visit into rural areas.
A Study on disorderly developments and the laws related to land use in rural areas
Lee, Eul-Gyu ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture, volume 15, issue 2, 2013, Pages 53~60
In recent years, several problems occur due to irrational development in rural areas. The first, disorderly development and Encroachment of farmland, Small factory built in rural areas leads to a lack of infrastructure. it is the damage factors of good scenery in the rural areas. Water pollution and environmental pollution from the accommodations and restaurants in the good scenery area is serious. To solve this problems, we should establish the systematic land use plan and landscape plan, and integrated spatial and business plan in rural areas. In order to increase the effectiveness of land use planning in rural projects, We should establish the land use plan in rural areas of the city, state, and national levels of regional plan. We need to prescribe in "National Land Use Planning Law" the facilities, can install it according to the characteristics of rural land programming. we can prescribe the detail regulations by "Rural Maintenance Law". In order to solve the problems the lack of professionalism of the current agricultural policies of the Review Committee, We need to consider a new "rural planning committee" consisting.