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Volume 11, Issue 2 - 00 1983
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학회지발표논문의 분류 및 검토
임승빈 ; 任勝彬 ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 11, issue 2, 1983, Pages 15~15
A Study on the Expansion of the Professional Field of Landscape Architecture
안봉원 ; 安奉遠 ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 11, issue 2, 1983, Pages 35~35
This study is focused on the development of professional field of landscape architecture.A little over decade has passed since the subject of landscape architecturewas adopted as a regular professional area in Korea. However, it is an infantstage in industrial application.Throughout this study, followings are recommended. First, an institutional improvement is badly needed so as to both specialize the pertinent firms and bros-den up Ole landscape design and construction industry in Korea. Second, moreinvestment efforts are needed in order to accelerate the development and diffu-sion of technology in the application of landscape design and construction und-er the government guidance. Third, more government funds need to be approp-riated so as to guarantee adequate project costs. Finally, a close cooperation bet-ween academic circle and industry will be necessary so as to actively particip-ate foreign landscape design and construction projects in future.
Analysis of Cultivation and Marketing Process of Landscape Plants and Future Directions for Their Improvement
양병이 ; 楊秉彛 ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 11, issue 2, 1983, Pages 75~75
The study analysis fundamental problems related with cultivation and marke- ting system of landscape plants in Korea.There are 2,717 (as of 1977) producers of landscape plants and total area forthe cultivation of landscape plants amounts to 2,569.25ha (as of 1981) in Korea.Total number of landscape plants under cultivation in Korea reaches aprroxima-tely 40million as of 1981.Kyonggi province has the largest number of landscape plants in Korea. Thereare, basically, four circulation patterns in the marketig. process of landscape pl-ants as follows -(1) producers - consumers, (2) producers - field middlemen - consu-mers, (3) producers - field middlemen - market brokers - consumers, (4) producers -market brokers - consumers. However, in addition to four channels, quite often,more brokers such as first stage brokers, second stage brokers and third stagebrokers are imvolved in the marketing process of landscape plants.The problems relating to the cultivation and marketing process of landscape plants are suggested as follows 1) There is no long-term plan or control mechanism to adjust the productionand distribution of landscape plants because data concerning supply and dema-nd of landscape plants are not collected and distributed systematically.2) Lack of marketing information encourages the producers of landscape plantsto depend on the brokers for their marketing.3) Cultivation of landscape plants was undertaken by the producers as a side-job rather than main-job.4) Many producers of landscape plants are reluctant to invest their profits into cultivation of landscape plants.5) Productions of landscape plants are concentrated on approximately 9species of landscape plants. 6) Complicated marketing process through the middlemen or broker boosts upprofits of middlemen rather than profits of producers and consumers.7) Frequent defect occurs in planting works due to the lack of inspectionstandard and high margin for each stage of brokers.8) Producers of landscape plants sell frequently their products at dumping price 9) There are no standards concerning the quality of landscape plants in the marketing process.10) Balanced adjustment between demand and supply is not expected due tothe lack of systematic collection and propagation of informations concerning pro-duction and marketing of landscape plants.
A Study on JUNG JA
김용수 ; 金龍洙 ; 이현택 ; 손태주 ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 11, issue 2, 1983, Pages 119~119
The purpose of the present studies is to bring light on our inherent form of Jung Ja - our traditional gardening culture -from the view point of landscape arch-itecture and to establish more rational theory about landscape architectural pla-nning.The results drawn from this research work are as follows Main currents of thought having a great influence on the building of Jung Jaare thought of Taoist, thought of Lao -tzu and Chuang - tzu, principles of the cos-mic dual forces and the Five Elements and the theory of geomancy. The commonpoints of these thoughts are not against the law of nature, but they go with it.Jung Ja is more· suitable for the waterside with being of a very wide view ra-nge in attribute and location. Also it is built in a place of scenic beauty whereis easy to use and the building method may only be agreed with the topographyfrrespective of particular methods.Inner space i. e. composition of garden is 1) From the architectural side, relatively Yang Am Jung is smaller in size thanJong 0 Jung, Wol Song Jung, but it is accorded with the common forms of arch-itect such as paljakroof, earthen wall, one room, front-3 kans and side-2 kans.2) In planting distribution, Jong 0 Jung and Yang Am Jung show the variousdistribntions, but Wol Song Jung is composed of only one kind of tree. Thismass planting by the tree is thought to be done according to the theory of geomancy and the view point of landscape.The results of value analysis about surrounding landscape i.e. outside space, Jung Ja is built on the basis of the theory of geomancy in general. Especially, Yang Am Jung is more accorded with the theory of geomancy than Jong 0 Jungand Wol Song Jung. Also the landscape -the proportion of mountain, water andsky is about 1:1:2-is more valuable from the psychological view Point of man.Therefore, the more accorded with the theory of geomancy, the more valuableoutside space and the higher preference of man
A Study on Disign Proposal for the Country Park
김용근 ; 金容根 ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 11, issue 2, 1983, Pages 139~139
Recently demand for out-door recreation activites on the urban fringe has grown according to the growth of leisure on urban society, which reflects incr-eases in disposable income, population, mobility, leisure time, etc.The purpose of this project is to design new recreation space for the citydwellers to visit farm which is the place of farmer's living and production, andto enjoy country life with the nature by emptying the concept of country parkto the argicultural region which is easy to access from the cities and where thenatural environments are reserved better.This project area is located in Ock Kil Ri Cheong Book Myen Pyung TackKun, Gyeonggi De, Korea, which covers 634,000m2.It is 70km Away from city of Seoul, Capital city of Korea, and it takas 1 1/2hrs. to get there by mass transportation.The research processes are 1) To set the goals and objectives.2) To investigate and analyse basic data.3) To synthesize and evaluate these analysis4) To establish basic design concept.5) To design MASTER PLAN.
Basic Studies for Improving Out-door Environment of Schools from Landscape-Architecturel Viewpoints(1);with Special Reference to the General Status and Planting
심우경 ; 沈愚京 ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 11, issue 2, 1983, Pages 155~155
A Study on the Quantitative Approach to Visual Quality for Environmental Design
임승빈 ; 任勝彬 ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 11, issue 2, 1983, Pages 183~183
Visual quality is one of the basic considerations in environmental design. Vi sual quality is subjective value and can be interpreted as visual preference of individuals. Therefore, the problem of visual quality measurement can be transfor-med to that of visual preference measurement.Rank_ordering, rating, and paired comparison are used in measuring visualpreferences. These methods do not produce absolute values of visual preference butrelative values .These quantitative methods can be used in landscape beauty mapping and comparison of design alternatives. Furthermore, visual preference prediction modelscan be derived. Through the model, important variables and relative importanceamong independent variables can be identified. Most of all, the visual quality ofa design proposal can be evaluated before its construction.Many quantitative approaches to visual quality have been carried out in thefield of visual resource management. However, few designers have attempted to ap-ply the quantitative approach to environmental design. This paper on the quantitative methods aims at exploring more scientific and rational approaches to theproblem of 'beauty' in environmental design .
Concept and Application of Carrying Capacity as a Environmental Planning Theory
정순오 ; 鄭淳午 ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 11, issue 2, 1983, Pages 193~193
Carrying Capacity, as the term is generally used by planners, may be defined as the ability of a natural or man- made system .to absorb population growth orPhysical development without significant degradation or breakdown Several carry-ing capacity studies have been carried out at various levels and aspects for thepast 20 yea.5. On the whole, the concepts of it seem to be fell into 5 types · ( 1)Ecological, (2) Physical, (3) Psychological, (4) Institutional and ☞) Economic Carr-ying capacity. These concepts, each of which has different applications, draw ondifferent bodies of theory, and use different methods of implementation. The con-cepts provide a framework for analyzing resources of various kinds, consider theimpact of growth on them and determine implications for future planning.Severalmodels developed can be classified into 4 categories : (1) Theoretical, (2) Experim-ental, (3) Land use, and (4) Regional growth management model, But, there seemsto be at least 3 problems to be solved in applying the concept at the dimensionof environmental planning This study analyzes the carrying capacity problem interms of (1) the concept definition, (2)its application methods and (3) models.
A Study on the Establishment of Dominant Color for Our Townscape
김경영 ; 金慶英 ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 11, issue 2, 1983, Pages 211~211
This is a research about raking dominant color for our visual townscape Kevin Lynch said that legibility is crucial in the city setting. Clarity or legibility is important property of a beautiful city.It is very important that we must consider not just the city as a thing initself, but the city being perceived by its inhabitants. Especially deep imagin-ation can he made by effect of color.We tend to associate a certain idea or feeling with every city we k.low byher color. Paris, for instance, may appear to the mind's eye as a network ofsilvery boulevards London is a city dominated by red. To establish dominantcolor for the harmony and unity o: our townscape , the study approached bycomparing western principles of color harmony with Korean traditional principleof color harmony. It is very different.Oriental people including Koreans have a special symbolic color conceptionrelated to Yin- Yang philosophy in Yi- Ohing.Korean people used to use the combination of Red and Blue in their custom.The combination of R/'B is used as the best idea or color harmony in theirconception of color. From traditional things to mordern colors of high way bus.ses, countless billboards, oilstation buildings eve,1 the letterings of placards, wecan find the color combination of Rcd and Blue frequently.So it is proposed in this study that the combination of R/B is very effe-ctive to represent dominant color in our townscape. And it is suggested in thisstudy that we can use the special color combination as the dominant color forour environmental design for townscape designedly and rationally .