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Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture
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Volume 19, Issue 3 - Oct 1991
Volume 19, Issue 2 - Jul 1991
Volume 19, Issue 1 - Apr 1991
Volume 18, Issue 4 - Jan 1991
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Environmental Simulations : Their Use, Appraisal, and a Research Agenda
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 19, issue 1, 1991, Pages 3~18
A Study on the Wild and Scenic Rivers System(II)
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 19, issue 1, 1991, Pages 19~29
This second stage study on the Wild and Scenic Rivers System is a proposal for system disignation. Study area is the part of the Han River flowing through the Seoul Metropolitan Region. Consequently, developpment pressure and demand for recreational land uses along the river are very high, and that is why the Wild and Scenic rivers System is urgently needed for the Han River among other major rivers of the nation. Resource inventory and assess
A Study on the Logical Structure of the 'Landscape' with a Meaning Context
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 19, issue 1, 1991, Pages 31~43
In considering the relationship between natural beauty and the human frame of mind, or the interconnections between the Landscape and the point of view, we are concerned primaily with the external factors. Historically, certain physical features tended to cause shifts in human attitudes toward landscapes; We concentrate on this phenomenon of changeful scenery rather than on what psychological factors caused certain landscapes to be regarded as remarkable or unique. In a similar fashion we must ask ourselves what the basic elements in landscape are and attempt to ascertain their visual and spatial characteristics before we attempt to desingn environments that are fundamentally, physical in character. Futhermore, the experience of meanings, a part of literatual association process, appeared through the intension of nature study looking for the best landscape phenomena out of simple naturelooking. Of course, as the variable degree of landscapes changes, the dualistic relationship between humans and objects shows the different experience of meanings as the time changes even in landscapes which possess variable factors in same season. The study is conducted by defining the nature of recognizing and appreciating the logical structure of the concept "Landscape" after analysis of meaning context appeared in 'Kyung' which is consists of time, space and elements in landscape.
Housing Environment Type And Resident Housing Satisfaction
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 19, issue 1, 1991, Pages 45~59
A Study on the Design Methodology for the Embodyment of Tradition in Korean Garden
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 19, issue 1, 1991, Pages 61~80
The purpose of this study is to present the design method to embody the cultural heritage and to reproduce the image of Korean Traditional Garden these days. For this purpose, to begin with, the major elements which can be applied to the planning and design were extracted by to study on the prototype of Korean Traditional Garden, and the process and the outcome for reconstruction of traditional garden were presented by design proposal for the Korean Garden in the exhibition space of EXPO '90, the International Garden and Greenary Exposition, Osaka, Japan, 1990. The study on the prototype of Korean Garden is focused on the spatial organization, the facilities allocation, and the gardening technic of traditional garden, and the major contents of the case study are as follow ; (1) To investigate the constraints and the opportunities of site development by the analysis and the synthesis of the site condition for the case study, (2) To study on the planning technic which can be applied to the site, (3) To establish the planning models which can be introduced into the site and to choose the final model by the comparison and valuation of them, (4) To set up the Master Plan on the basis of the final model. In spite of the fact that the method and the contents have a lot of problems, the significance of this study is to present a possibility to reproduce the Korean Traditional Garden these days, moreover to grope for the opportunities to propagate it internationally.
A Study on the Landscape Symbolism of Bulguk-Sa(Temple) on the Mt. Toham in Kyongju
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 19, issue 1, 1991, Pages 81~97
The purpose of this study is to present the archetype and archetypal forms of traditional Korean landscape patterns through investigating the landscape symbolism of the Bulguk-Sa. This study was performed mainly by both the review of written materials and case study through field surveys. My findings are as follows. Firstly, The decision of Bulguk-Sa site was greatly influenced by the religious backgrounds, the system of contemporary social values and thought at that time. Secondly, The landscape symbolism of the spatial structure based on the form of Mandala and Sumisan, which are parts of Buddhism. Finally, Among the many landscape composing elements, Sukga-Tap, Dabo-Tap, Gupumyoun-Gi and Bumyoung-Ru apparently reveal the symbolic meaning of Buddhism.
A Study on the Use of "Concept" or the Word "Kyoung"
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 19, issue 1, 1991, Pages 99~121
A purpose of this study is to identify the concept formation and classify the diverse concepts which related to Kyoung(景) in the Classical Korean Poems(Chong, Chol(鄭澈, 1536-1593), Pak, Inno(朴仁老, 1561-1642), Yun Sondo(尹善道, 1587-1671) on the Yi dynasty period and to construct the direction of the use of that concepts in the future. The results were as follows ; The type of landscape concept was 9 types and had the following frequencies in order ; Kyoung(景)(3), Pung-Kyoung(風景)(2), Kyoung-Chi(景致)(2), Yeo-Kyoung(麗景), Cheong-Kyoung(淸景), Jin-Kyoung(眞景)(1), Mo-Kyoung(暮景)(1), Ka-Kyoung(佳景)(1), Kyoung-Mul(景物). Types of landscape concepts in Yi dynasty period were classified into 9 according to the many characteristics ; personal situations, faith, religion, confucianism in the specific time of Yi dynasty. The most popular type of landscape concepts in general was Kyoung(景). The word, "Pung-Kyoung(風景)" was used in expressing personal thoughts and feelings in one's recollection in terms of landscape elements. The word, "Mo-Kyoung(暮 景)" was used in expressing specific time and the dejection in one's heart in that time. The words, "yeo-Kyoung(麗景)" and "Ka-Kyoung(佳 景)" was used in expressing the landscape elements. The nine concepts had a grest deal to do with defining and perpetuating a personal characteristics, the place and landscape elements, and a society's character in the Yi dynasty period.ty's character in the Yi dynasty period.