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Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture
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Volume 35, Issue 5 - Dec 2007
Volume 35, Issue 4 - Oct 2007
Volume 35, Issue 3 - Aug 2007
Volume 35, Issue 2 - Jun 2007
Volume 35, Issue 1 - Apr 2007
Volume 34, Issue 6 - Feb 2007
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A Study on Partnerships in the Development of Parks in UK
Kim, Yun-Geum ; Roe, Maggie ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 35, issue 2, 2007, Pages 1~12
A Study of the Characteristics of Lee Kyo-Won's Landscape Design
Seo, Young-Ai ; Choi, Jung-Min ; Zoh, Kyung-Jin ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 35, issue 2, 2007, Pages 13~24
This study aims to investigate the characteristics of Lee Kyo-Won's landscape architecture and add to the literature in this field. Also, the current status of and issues in landscape design will be dealt with through the lens of the individual landscape architect's worts. By adopting a critical analysis, this study will look closely into the background of his career and ideas regarding landscape design. The inherent nature of his coherent style in landscape design will be listed as follows: total design, design-build systems, experimentation with new kinds of plants and materials, and the pursuit of minimalism. His design domain covers various elements such as paving, street lamps, and clock towers, among others. He was often involved in managing outdoor sculpture and he also provided the total packaging of the design-build systems for most of his landscape projects. These are the main reasons why his landscape works can maintain their high end quality; through his craftsmanship, a fine quality of detail was achieved in his landscape design. This tell us the possible options that can be adopted such as landscape architectural design management or landscape architectural turn-key systems, which differ from the prevailing dual system between design and construction. However, his own particular system can not be replicated in ordinary situations because contemporary practices require us to coordinate the various stakeholders concerned in the decision-making process of the design. In general, it is fair to say that we can give him the credit for enhancing the status of landscape design as an independent, specialized field.
An Analytical Study of the Design and Characteristics of Water Bodies in Urban Parks - A Case Study of Urban Parks in Gyeong-nam -
Kim, Jong-Pyo ; Kim, Yong-Soo ; Lim, Won-Hyeon ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 35, issue 2, 2007, Pages 25~36
This case study offers fundamental data for the research and construction of future of water. It also provides an understanding of the design and characteristics of the existing water bodies in urban parks. This study was begun by conducting field research on the completion of the construction of 67 different urban parks located in the downtown areas of the following cities: Gimhae, Yangsan, Changwon, Masan, and Jinju. The field research was conducted from July to October of 2006. Additional research was performed in July of 2007. Construction trends were examined and the design and characteristics of the types of locations, shapes, scales, materials, and added objects for the enhancement of recreational value of the 31 water bodies constructed in 18 urban parks out of the 67 were analyzed. According to the results of the study, the most common design feature was a fountain that shot up. The bodies of water were designed by using a simple technique in accordance with the basic principles of location, shape, size, materials, and added objects for the enhancement of recreational value, with the exception of a few different factors in the research subjects. In conclusion, it can be recommended that further research be conducted in the consideration and various plans of location, shape, size, materials, and added objects for the enhancement of recreational value of future constructions of water bodies in urban parks in order to offer a more pleasant environment to the users.
A Study on the Characteristics of Revelatory Landscape Projects
Kim, Chung-Ho ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 35, issue 2, 2007, Pages 37~48
An exhibit entitled 'Revelatory Landscapes' was held at the San Francisco Museum of Modem Art from May 5 to October 14, 2001. For this Museum's rot off-site outdoor exhibition, five outstanding design teams-Kathryn Gustafson, Hargreaves Associates, Hood Design, Tom Leader Studio, and ADOBE LA-created site-specific installations in Berkeley, Oakland, San Jose, and the San Francisco Bay Area. Each project showcased a hybridization of environmental art and landscape design. The main content revealed through revelatory landscapes were the natural, cultural, and historical palimpsest of the sites-particularly as related to the history of minorities such as Native American, African Americans and Latin Americans-as well as the every day life of ordinary people. To represent these ideas, a juxtaposition of the past and the present was broadly applied. Furthermore, the use of dramatic colors, textures, and forms in consideration of materials coupled with the revelation of natural elements such as wind and sunlight accelerated the effect of this juxtaposition. Every project of the Revelatory Landscapes exhibit requires a phenomenological experience to be appreciated. Via the five senses, these experiences cause a synesthetic experience beyond solely the visual. By examining the projects of 'Revelatory landscapes', the threshold for a new blending between environmental art and landscape design as well as new landscape design strategies that overcome the dichotomy between nature and culture will change and evolve.
The Effect of the Formaldehyde Removal of Fore Temperate Ground Cover Plants
Ju, Jin-Hee ; Bang, Kwang-Ja ; Lee, Jin-Hee ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 35, issue 2, 2007, Pages 49~54
This research was performed to investigate the effect of formaldehyde removal and confirm the utility of plants as indoor environment improvement systems. The plant materials used in this study were Fatsia japonica, Ardisia japonica, Ardisia pusilla and Davallia mariesii. Plants were placed in an airtight chamber under artificial formaldehyde. The initial formaldehyde concentration in the chamber was
, and the conditions of
humidity were maintained. Each chamber was treated as no plant, plant-only and Plant+soil. The total leaf number for Davallia mariesii, Ardisia japonica, Ardisia pusilla, and Fatsia japonica was 40.8, 48.6, 62.3, and 11.8 respectively. The total leaf space n of those plant materials were
respectively. The formaldehyde concentration was reduced to
of the initial concentration in plant-only and Plant+Soil treatment chamber of all species in 12 hours. In the plant-only chamber, Fatsia japonica had removed formaldehyde density by 95% after 12 hours while Ardisia japonica had removed 90%. In the case of Ardisia pusilla, the early removal rate was higher in the plant-only treatment chamber than the Plant+Soil treatment chamber. The formaldehyde removal rate of Davallia mariesii was 98% after 12 hours. In the Plant+Soil treatment chamber, the amount of removal of formaldehyde per time of Davallia mariesii, Ardisia japonica, Ardisia pusilla, and Fatsia japonica was 20.42ppb/hr, 16.28ppb/hr, 2.5.42ppb/hr, 10.28ppb/hr respectively. In the plant-only, That was 22.50ppb/hr, 20.97ppb/hr, 20.83ppb/hr, 20.97ppb/hr respectively.
An Analysis of the Visual Preference on Parallax Space by Blockage Pattern and Ratio
Rho, Jae-Hyun ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 35, issue 2, 2007, Pages 55~63
The purpose of this study is to create a planting design for progressive realization. For this, visual preferences as measured via questionnaire were evaluated by the Scenic Beauty Estimation(SBE) and paired comparison methods. The results can be summarized as follows. Through photo observation, the average visual blockage ratio was 38% and the range of degree of the visual blockage ratio was
. The sketch simulation and filtered pattern received the highest preference score and fumed out to be the most practical pattern out of all the patterns evaluated. Also, in the sketch simulation, the high preference values were observed for a distance of 9 to 12m from the view point to the blockage tree with a D/H ratio of 2. The preference score significantly decreased with the increase of the visual blockage ratio having a turning point at
of the visual blockage ratio, even though the distance parameters were more important than the visual blockage ratio in the scores. An outstanding view must be handled properly to be preserved or accentuated. Framed, open, enclosed, screened or filtered pattern views should be completely revealed only from their best vantage point, not given away at first glimpse. It this sense, parallax spatial beauty with trees could be improved through the visual aspects of plan arrangements and seems to be an effective design technique for landscape planning and planting design.
An Analysis of Visual Preference in Soundproofing Barriers
Kim, Dae-Hyun ; Joo, Shin-Ha ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 35, issue 2, 2007, Pages 64~70
The main purposes of this paper are to determine the major factors influencing visual preference in soundproofing barriers in urban places and to provide the essential information needed in the design process of soundproofing harriers. This paper consists of two phases. The first phase presents photos of the seven types of soundproofing barriers generally seen around the Daejeon area, which were taken from three places for a photo montage. The evaluation of 21 different soundproofing barriers was conducted by college students. The second phase of this paper depicts the analysis process. Firstly, the visual preferences as found from the collected data were evaluated by five semantic degrees. The evaluated data were processed by descriptive test, a correlation test and ANOVA test methods using an SPSS statistical package. 1. Currently, visual preference in soundproofing barriers is low in urban places. Therefore, it is necessary to design visually pleasing soundproofing barriers to improve the visual qualify of urban areas. 2. Soundproofing barriers of mixed wood and acrylic scored the highest among selections while those with aluminium steel scored the lowest. 3. Environmental friendly and transparent conditions should be met to allow soundproofing barriers to be visually pleasing.
A Comparative Study on the Natural Monument Management Policies of South and North Korea
Na, Moung-Ha ; Hong, Youn-Soon ; Kim, Hak-Beom ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 35, issue 2, 2007, Pages 71~80
Korea began preserving and managing natural monuments in 1933 under Japanese Colonization, but North Korea and South Korea were forced to establish separate natural monument management policies because of the division after the Korean Independence. The purpose of this study is to compare and analyze the natural monument management policies of both south and North Korea between 1933 and 2005 to introduce new policies for Korea unification. The following are the results: First, South Korea manages every type of cultural asset, including natural monuments, through the 'Cultural Heritage Protection Act,' whereas North Korea managing its cultural assets through the 'Cultural Relics Protection Act' and the 'Landmark/Natural Monument Protection Act.' Second, South Korea preserves and utilizes natural monuments for the purpose of promoting the cultural experience of Korean people and contributing to the development of world culture, whereas North Korea uses its natural monuments to promote the superiority of socialism and protect its ruling power. Third, North and South Korea have similar classification systems for animals, plants, and geology, but North Korea classifies geography as one of its natural monuments. Unlike South Korea, North Korea also designates imported animals and plants not only for the preservation and research of genetic resources, but also for their value as economic resources. Fourth, North Korea authorizes the Cabinet to designate and cancel natural monuments, whereas South Korea designates and cancels natural monuments by the Cultural Heritage Administration through the deliberation of a Cultural Heritage Committee. Both Koreas' central administrations establish policies and their local governments carry them out, while their management systems are quite different. In conclusion, it is important to establish specified laws for the conservation of natural heritages and clarified standards of designation in order to improve the preservation and management system and to sustain the diversity of natural preservation. Moreover it is also necessary to discover resources in various fields, designate protection zones, and preserve imported trees. By doing so, we shall improve South Korea's natural monument management policies and ultimately enhance national homogeneity in preparation for the reunification of the Koreas in the future.
The Evaluation of the Green Tourists' Cognition of Function for Public Benefits - The Survey of Visitors' Cognition in Yangsuri and Jurokri, Sinnonri -
Jeon, In-Cheol ; Oh, Hyung-Eun ; Cho, Joong- Hyun ; Kim, Yong-Geun ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 35, issue 2, 2007, Pages 81~90
This study used the functions for public benefits as a standard for evaluating Green Tourism. By referring to the existing literature, the "function of building emotion", the "function of providing a natural environment", the "function of preserving traditional cultures", and the "function of maintaining the local community" have been selected as the measuring variables. Detailed sub-variables of each function were prepared to examine and analyze the recognition of these are the part of Green Tourists. The Green Tourists of Yangsuri in Yangpyeong, Sinnonri in Yangpyeong, and Jurokri in Yeoju participated in the survey for which 13 variables were used as measurement. The results are as follows: First, Green Tourists recognize farm villages as places for rest and relaxation and they laid great importance on the function of providing access to the natural environment. Secondly, out of the 13 measurement variables, "beautiful scenery in farm village", "making a contribution to village income", and "trust in agricultural products" greatly influenced the overall evaluation of Green Tourism. Thirdly, regarding the relationship between the functions for public benefits and Green Tourism, it was found that "facilities and activities for experiencing farming", "facilities for rest", and "beautiful scenery in farm villages" are closely related to building the emotion experienced in these villages, and that "cultivating environmentally-friendly agricultural products" and "beautiful scenery in farm village" are closely related to the function of providing access to the natural environment.
The Issues of Topsoil Preservation in Land Development Projects
Kim, Sun-Mi ; Lee, In-Sung ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 35, issue 2, 2007, Pages 91~96