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Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture
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Volume 17, Issue 2 - Oct 1989
Volume 17, Issue 1 - Jul 1989
Volume 16, Issue 3 - Feb 1989
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Studies on the Current Ideas and Institution of Natural Environmental Conservation in Japan -Policy and Institution of Open Space and Forest -
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 17, issue 1, 1989, Pages 1~16
^x As mentioned above, I consider the change of role that is related with Japanese thought of Natural Environmental Conservation, and I divide each part of periods into forest, farmland, open space, urban planning, environmental conservation etc. To summary the content of each period of Natural Environmental Conservation thought is as follows. 1) Previous period before formation(before 1919) In the previous period of Meiji, it could be said that the consciousness of the Natural Environmental Conservation was coming to existence. In this, so called, Natural Environmental Conservation, the thought of Forest Preservation was the main current and it was the thought of territorial integrity for the security of resource, the forestry conservancy and flood control in the forestry farmland. Since the age of Meiji, the theory of Natural Conservation appears from the theory of Japanese landscaping and systematic management about public parks was enforced, but the regular theory of Natural Environmental Conservation did not attain full growth. 2) The period of formation(1919~ 1954) In the period of formation, the base of Natural Environmental Conservation had been established. Parks and Open spaces were admitted as a public facilities in each city, and legislations which supported it had been continuously enacted and so on. In this period, the afforestation counter plan was emphasized on the side of territorial integrity. In the mountainous district. tree planting was emphasized to recover the forest which had been destroied by war. 3) The period of development(1955~ 1974) In the period of development, varied policies was institutionalized for the Natural Environmental Conservation. However, all sorts of development policy had performed simultaneously, thus development had complicated relation with preservation. But after 1970's the framework of system of Natural Environmental Conservation improvement was constituted to control the many kinds of development, and the spontaneous campaign of nature preservation by private lead was being taken root. This is the more progressive period. 4) The pried of root(after 1975) After the latter of 1970's, the role of Natural Environmental Conservation began to take root not in the direction of control but inducement, and, getting out of development - oriented policy, aimed at relation between human being and natural environment and the side of amenity of human environment. Besides, the current of Natural Environmental Conservation had been seperately progressed in the cities and forests. Since this period, it was the character that cities and forests began to be unified as 'amenity'space of man.
Analysis of User Satisfaction Determinants and Behavior according to Urban Park′s Character in Daegu
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 17, issue 1, 1989, Pages 17~27
^x Good Planning, design, and maintenance will be the product of a Process which considers both the nature of man and the nature of nature. Recentry, we emphasize how social and psycological theory, behavioral studios, and community participation may contribute to practical decision making and to the development of appropriate form for human use at all scales of Landscape Architecture. The main purpose of this study was to develop more rational and user oriented theory of urban park planning, design, and maintenance in terms of social - behavioral approach. Study sites were Jungang, Dalsung, Duryu, and Apsan park, where were located Daegu city. In this study, user satisfaction determinants of each park, which were useful for park planning, design and maintenance, were discovered. Privacy and territoriality were examined as an important factors for design a park road examined as an important factors to design a Path and a comfortable space in urban park.
Development of A Process Which Integrates Maintenance Considerations Into The Planning and Design of Parks
Kim, Yong-Soo ; Jot D. Carpenter ; Yi, Gi-Chul ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 17, issue 1, 1989, Pages 29~42
A Study on the Utilization Status of the Interior Landscape Plants in Large Buildings in Seoul
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 17, issue 1, 1989, Pages 43~54
In recent years plants have increasingly become in inferior part of the interior designing of large buildings. In 28 large buildings selected at random in Seoul City have been subjected to studies on utilization status of fille interior landscape plants. The results obtained were as follows. 1. Plant class found in Interior of large buildings were 59 class, especially Dracaena were the most predominent plants among them, and then comes Monstera, Phiodendron, Schefflera, and Washingtonia in that order. 2. The most abundant ornamental plant cultivars were Monstera adansoii(Monstera perutusa cv.), and then comes Schefflera arboricora(Schefflera Hong Kong cv.), Washingionia rubusta (Washingtonia palm). Rhapis excelsa, and Diffenbachia(Hawaii Snow cv.) in that order. 3. Foliage plants among the interior landscape plants showed 99.5 percent and Woody plants and Bonsai plants showed each 0.4, 0.1 percent. 4. Climbing foliage plants found in 28 large building observed For the present study were 9 cultivar, and the most abundant plants were Hedera (pittsburgh cv.) and Epipremnum (Marble Queen cv.) pl anted to clustered planting. 5. A majority of plants used to plastic pot, and most of 71an1s place on the floor. 6. Height of plants ranging less then 50cm were more frequently found, but ranging from 50cm to 2.0m were 4.3 percent and the most predominent height of plants were Canariensis showed 4m in the large buildings. 7. Interior light intensity in large building were shortage, therefore artificial lamp for formal growing needed to be equipped. 8. Purpose growth of interior plants were to in order visitors. 9. 7he superintendents prefered to used pot-stand. 10. The most important environment factor for plant growing were light, humidity, and water.
A Treatise on the Definitions of Ambiguous Landscape
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 17, issue 1, 1989, Pages 55~68
^x This paper focuses on clarifying the diverse conceptions of landscape, of which ambiguity gives rise to confusion to the theory and practice of landscape architecture. Landscape in the form of landscipe has once indicated land, a defined space or a humanized environment, cultivated and inhabited for the purpose of biological sustenance of ordinary people. With the advent of landschap(landscape) painting, its concept moved from the real world to the scenery, a prospect, 'a portion of earth's surface that can be seen at once by a man who is himself upon the surface. 'Once appeared, it remained as a central concept until the 19th century when the modern land-scape architecture, which claims to stand for the democratic planning and environmental design, emerged. However, it still survives as the most popular concept :a landscape is a man-made, beautiful scene. To the contrary, the geographers hold that a landscape is not an actual scene viewed by a particular observer, but is a generalization induced from the observation of many individual scene. Since it is not only very attractive to the general public, but also very important to the designers, scholars and artists, operational definitions of landscape are urgently needed.
Mountaineering Trail Deterioration and Vegetation in the Mt. Sorak National Park
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 17, issue 1, 1989, Pages 69~79
^x Mt. Sorak national park trails are receiving high levels of use that is affecting user satisfaction and resource management. Trampling impacts studies were conduced in 2 courses to measure soil loss, extent of trail width, and vegetation change. Trail erosion were quantified using a cross -sectional area and most Portions were eroded severely in Oe - Sorak course especially. Phytosociological changes were also surveyed on trail - sides and controls by quadrat to confirm that trampling had an effect on the composition of the vegetation. Information from this study could be used directly in the planning, construction of new trails, and the maintenance of existing trails.