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Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture
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Volume 42, Issue 6 - Dec 2014
Volume 42, Issue 5 - Oct 2014
Volume 42, Issue 4 - Aug 2014
Volume 42, Issue 3 - Jun 2014
Volume 42, Issue 2 - Apr 2014
Volume 42, Issue 1 - Feb 2014
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The Study of BIFF Street Renovation Plan
Yu, Yeon-Seo ; Yun, Eun-Joo ; Kang, Young-Jo ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 42, issue 2, 2014, Pages 1~9
DOI : 10.9715/KILA.2014.42.2.001
This study is the renovation plan for BIFF(Busan International Film Festival) street themed movies, which is an internationally known film festival. The aim of this is the regional economic vitalization. The first step of the plan sets up position through the case study of the Theme Street. The theme for each road space is related with movies and realizes the unificative images for each road. Images between the Busan Cinema Center and BUSAN MARINA are introduction of the road and the subject of this road is greeting with movies. The history of movies are printed on the pavement, some sections are made with red blocks for recollecting the red carpet. The next section from the BUSAN MARINA to MARINE CITY is set up being close with movies. In this section, sculptures of filmmaking and theme benches are installed for indirect experiences. The theme from MARINE CITY to DONGBAEK ISLANDS is playing and enjoying with movies. It is made more fun with the installation of super graphic and trick art. The theme from DONGBAEK ISLANDS to HAEUNDAE is farewell with movies. It is expressed by music on pavement and musical fountain. The last section in the theme road from HAEUNDAE to MOONTAN ROAD shows the concept memories after farewell. It is a half way to Moonten Road. The Milky Way pavement and Milky Way square are made by installing the optical fibers.
An Interpretation of the Cultural Landscape by Using Adjectives on Place Memory of Local People
Park, Jaemin ; Kim, Moohan ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 42, issue 2, 2014, Pages 10~18
DOI : 10.9715/KILA.2014.42.2.010
This paper interprets the hidden structure, layers and figures into cultural landscape, invisible landscape, by using landscape adjectives based on Place Memory of locals. Methods for obtaining local landscape information are through semi-standardized interview and autobiographical questionnaires. As a research site, Janghang in Korea which have experienced not only colonized and autonomous industrialization but also de-industrialization is a typical modern industrial landscape even in Asia. Thus, the landscape is interpreted as layered images like a stratum and as a dynamic landscape that changes over time. People only remember selected memories such as regional and national images affected from industrial developing paradigm in Korea. Some images of the landscape are distorted by powers and influenced by places of memory. This study brings us some discussions that `What do we look at and remember about the landscape?`
A Study of Economic Assessment of Urban Park Management by Using Contingent Valuation Method - The Case of Busan APEC Memorial Park -
Kim, Yeong-Ha ; Park, Seung-Burm ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 42, issue 2, 2014, Pages 19~32
DOI : 10.9715/KILA.2014.42.2.019
This study evaluated economic value recognized by the residents for the pleasant urban park management using contingent valuation method(CVM) to APEC Memorial Park in Pusan in terms of private fund development for the management of the city park. As a result, the estimated amount payable by each household for the management of APEC Memorial Park in Busan was between 5,673 won and 8,358 won. If such amount is expanded to households in park hosting area, it was 2.2~2.3 times of the park management budget in 2012, which demonstrates the willingness to pay (WTP) of residents for pleasant park was higher than the management budget. Social factors of respondents affecting WTP for city park management operation included age, educational level and income level. Those with high age and high education level had higher WTP. And, WTP was much affected by the use of park and recognition of residents. In particular, those with high frequency in the use of parks had higher WTP, and the users with more than once per week had 1.1 times higher WTP than overall WTP. Then, the satisfaction of park rather than recognition of necessity of park had led to higher WTP. Accordingly, it is necessary to manage park facility management and use program operation to enhance park satisfaction and it is also required to develop a park culture distribution policy to link such recognition to donation.
A Basic Study on the Selection of Plants for the Walls of Fortresses in the Case of the Jeongyi Town Wall in Jeju
Rho, Jae-Hyun ; Oh, Hyun-Kyung ; Choi, Yung-Hyun ; Kim, Yung-Suk ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 42, issue 2, 2014, Pages 33~40
DOI : 10.9715/KILA.2014.42.2.033
The purpose of this study is to examine vegetation of the outer walls of the Jeongyi Town Wall in Jeju and analyze the characteristics and problems identified, for suggesting preliminary data for selecting species of plants appropriate for the greening of the walls in the southern temperate climate region, including Jeju. The result of this study is as follows. The number of plants growing naturally around the walls of the town was identified to be 52 taxa. Based on the list of naturalized plants, there are 5 taxa; Sonchus oleraceus, Houttuynia cordata, Crassocephalum crepidioides, Erigeron annuus and Lamium purpureum. The number of species by district was from 3 to 14 taxa with 7.1 taxa on average. Analyzing by the constancy class, plants in class III included Sedum bulbiferum, Trichosanthes kirilowii, Hedera rhombea and Boehmeria nivea. Manipulation of the species composition table shows that the number of plant species growing naturally around the walls of Jeongyi Town Wall is a total of 52 taxa, including 11 taxa by differential species of community and 41 taxa by companion species. The types of plants very useful for the covering of the walls are evergreen climbing vine, such as Hedera rhombea, Ficus thunbergii and Euonymus fortunei and deciduous climbing vine, such as Parthenocissus tricuspidata, Trichosanthes kirilowii and Paederia scandens. In addition, Ficus stipulata is identified as a vegetation more appropriate for the southern-ward lattice-blocked walls. Woody plants, such as Akebia quinata, Celastrus flagellaris, Ampelopsis brevipedunculata for. citrulloides, Rubus hirsutus, Clematis apiifolia and herbaceous plants, such as Dioscorea tenuipes, D. quinqueloba, D. nipponica, Cayatia japonica and Paederia scandens var. angustifolia are highly useful materials for climbing plants for covering the walls of the southern province. Pteridophyte, such as Lemmaphyllum microphyllum, Pteris multifida, Cyrtomium falcatum and Lygodium japonicumare suggested as very useful for increasing unique regional characteristics of the southern province, including Jeju.
Analysis of Group Attitudes toward the Development Plan of the Sobaeksan Jarak-gil Ecological Traill
Park, Kum-Mi ; Jung, Tae-Yeol ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 42, issue 2, 2014, Pages 41~51
DOI : 10.9715/KILA.2014.42.2.041
A self-administered questionnaire survey and face-to-face interviews were conducted on 150 local residents belonging to seven villages, 160 visitors and 86 experts in order to analyze the attitudes of groups of local residents, visitors as well as experts toward the development plan of Sobaeksan Jarak-gil. Reliability analysis and one-way ANOVA were performed on the data collected by a questionnaire survey using IBM SPSS Statistics 20.0 after coding. The Duncan Test was conducted as a post-hoc test. Based on the analytical results, in economic terms, the expert group expected an increase in income, improvement in living standards and increase in expenditure for the maintenance of local infrastructure. In environmental terms, the visitor group was highly concerned about the disruption of the local natural environment and ecosystem, destruction of local properties and landscape, increase in water/soil/air pollution and increase in solid waste and noise. In social and cultural terms, the expert group had higher expectation for excavation of traditional cultural properties, instillation of local patriotism and pride, and the visitor group was highly concerned about a rise in crime, destruction of indigenous culture/increase in imitations, and induction of conflicts between residents. It is estimated that these results will be used as basic data for establishing the development plan of the mountainous ecological trail reflecting opinions of various groups.
A Study on the Attraction Factors of Eco-city using Importance-Satisfaction Analysis - The Case of Suncheon City -
Lee, Jeong ; Kim, Sa-Rang ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 42, issue 2, 2014, Pages 52~64
DOI : 10.9715/KILA.2014.42.2.052
I the recent years, Seoul, Daejeon, Changwon, and Suncheon have started to strengthen P.R. efforts on eco-brands produced by the city and to publicize as a specialized tourist city in an attempt to change their identity and image. However, there is actually a question whether the efforts of the local governments have any direct impact on satisfaction with urban living environments and the attractions of the city. The purpose of this study was to examine the awareness of residents and visitors about the attractions of Suncheon City as an eco-city and to discuss the planning criteria for the eco-city brand building and its management. The research data was collected in Suncheon City and main results of this study are as follows. The residents and the visitors investigated were satisfied with the environmental friendliness of this city and regarded it as an eco-city. As a result of asking them why they viewed the city as an eco-city, many of the residents cited diverse green tracts of land as the reason, whereas the visitors replied they were satisfied with the state of marshy areas preserved by the city. The psychological factors related to the satisfaction of the eco-city by the residents were composed of four factors, `cultural factor`, `urban infrastructure factor`, `ecological factor` and `scenery factor`. The visitors were composed of five factors, `cultural factor`, `urban infrastructure factor`, `ecological factor`, `scenery factor` and `amenity factor`. Out of the factors, the cultural factor and the urban infrastructure factor were found to exert the largest influence on the overall satisfaction of the residents and the visitors. The ISA(Importance-Satisfaction Analysis) was made, the residents and the visitors gave top priority to `diversity of natural attractions`, `pleasant season and weather`, `beautiful scenery`, `diversity of rare animals and plants`, `diversity of parks`, `green areas and streets`, `broad ecological area` and `the preservation of marshy areas` among the attractions of the eco-city. They placed importance on the activation of green traffic and walking environments as well, but they weren`t satisfied with the state of the two in the city. Therefore there was much room for improvement in that regard.
Meaning Structure of Green Infrastructure - A Literature Review about Definitions -
Lee, Eun-Sek ; Noh, Cho-Won ; Sung, Jong-Sang ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 42, issue 2, 2014, Pages 65~76
DOI : 10.9715/KILA.2014.42.2.065
Green Infrastructure(GI) is suggested to recover urban water circulation system as a newly conceptual alternative methodology by Korean landscape field in recent years. In this context, the study considers the essential meaning of GI. The methodology of this study is literature review with 47 published papers which were peer-reviewed in international journals in the recent 5 years. These papers were collected from online database and academic archives. The main analysis targets are definition sentences about GI. The each sentences were interpreted by semantic structure between verbs and objects in the definition sentences. As the results, it figured out 5 aims(`Provide`, `Improve`, `Produce`, `Conserve`, `Reduce`), 4 objects(`Humanistic`, `Environmental`, `Ecological`, `Hydrological`) and 3 spaces(`Object space`, `Technically available spaces`, `Object or technically available spaces`). The `5 aims` connected with the elements of `4 objects` based on the `3 spaces`. The elements was connected to the `5 aims` via single form or 2~3 forms of the essential meaning networks of GI. The study provides 83 meaning networks to use landscape architecture planning and urban planning.
Morphological Characteristics and Classification Criteria for Azalea Cultivars for Landscaping in Korea
Choi, Jae-Jin ; Park, Seok-Gon ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 42, issue 2, 2014, Pages 77~85
DOI : 10.9715/KILA.2014.42.2.077
This study was conducted to examine the morphological characteristics of those Azalea Cultivars(hereinafter, Azalea Cultivars) that are mainly used for landscaping in Korea in order to prepare classification criteria. As testing materials, major Azalea Cultivars cultivated in large quantities by its producing companies were collected. Thereafter, the qualitative and quantitative characteristics of the traits of Azalea Cultivars were investigated in the way of characteristic investigation for new cultivars of azalea used by the Korea Seed and Variety Service in order to classify them and prepare the classification criteria. Since cultivar names have not been established for Azalea Cultivars for landscaping thus far, the data were compiled using the names used by cultivating companies. According to the results, Azalea Cultivars cultivated in Suncheon, Jeonnam mainly for landscaping were 10 in number; Beni, Daewang, Three, Zasanhong, Hancheol, Sancheoljuk, Gyeobsancheoljuk, Baekcheoljuk, Akado, and Seok-am. Among them, the cultivars Beni, Daewang, and Three could not be easily distinguished from each other because they are commonly called Yeongsanhong by cultivating companies and the shapes of their leaves and flowers are similar to each other. In particular, the flower color of Beni was `bright red`, that of Daewang was `vivid purple`, and that of Three was `bright purple`. In addition, Zasanhong and Hancheol were similar to each other in shape the degree of expression of spots on the flowers and the gloss on the front side of the leaves of Hancheol were higher and stronger compared to that of Zasanhong. Sancheoljuk flowered in early April, earlier compared to other Azalea Cultivars. Gyeobsancheoljuk is an elementary species of Sancheoljuk and it had double flowers although all other traits were similar to those of Sancheoljuk. Although Baekcheoljuk was easily distinguished because it had white flowers, its leaves were similar to those of Akado the reason why these two cultivars could not be easily distinguished from each other. The cultivar Akado flowered early May later compared to other Azalea Cultivars and its flowers were relatively large in diameter as with Baekcheoljuk and Sancheoljuk. Finally, the cultivar Seok-am was easily distinguished because it had smaller leaves compared to other cultivars and it flowered late as with the cultivar Akado.
Analysis of Confusion of Azalea Cultivars and Its Actual State of Use in Landscaping Businesses
Choi, Jae-Jin ; Park, Seok-Gon ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 42, issue 2, 2014, Pages 86~90
DOI : 10.9715/KILA.2014.42.2.086
This study was conducted to examine the state of confusion about those azalea cultivars(hereinafter, Azalea Cultivars) that are used among practicians in landscaping businesses(designers, constructors, and producers). Which Azalea Cultivars would be delivered when they were ordered to producers using the names of Azalea Cultivars notified by the Public Procurement Service. In addition, the situations of azalea cultivar planting designs in the planting design drawings of three apartments completed recently and whether the Azalea Cultivars on the design drawings were the same as those Azalea Cultivars that were actually planted were examined. When Azalea Cultivars were ordered using the notified names, three Azalea Cultivars; Beni, Three, and Daewang were delivered for the name Yeongsanhong and two Azalea Cultivars; Zasanhong and Hancheol were delivered for the name Zasanhong. Yeongsanhong was perceived as a common name of Beni, Three, and Daewang by producers. Therefore, this caused confusion between producers and purchasers. In the case of Zasanhong, as the traits of Zasanhong are similar to those of the cultivar Hancheol, the producers or purchasers might have been unable to clearly distinguish between the cultivars and thus two cultivars might have been delivered without being distinguished from each other. The names of Azalea Cultivars used in planting design drawings were the names notified by the notifying agencies or comprehensive and unclear names such as azalea and Yeongsanhong. Completely different Azalea Cultivars from those written in planting design drawings were planted in actual construction sites in many cases. These situations should have occurred because designers did not write accurate cultivar names in planting design drawings and constructors could not accurately perceive the classification characteristics of individual Azalea Cultivars but planted those Azalea Cultivars with similar flowers colors or those that could be easily bought to fit the conditions of construction sites.
A Study on Operational Systems & Planning Contents of Parks & Green Space Plan - Focused on London, New York, Berlin, Sydney, Seoul -
Chae, Jin-Hae ; Zoh, Kyung-Jin ; Kim, Seung-Ju ; Hoh, Yun Kyeong ; Hwang, Ju-Young ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 42, issue 2, 2014, Pages 91~102
DOI : 10.9715/KILA.2014.42.2.091
Recent trends in urban policies show the increasing importance of urban parks. Moreover the park policy and planning are increasingly important for the good urban park system. Comparative studies in the operational system and planning contents of the parks and green space plans of the major cities would be timely and meaningful. This study aims to provide a comparative study in operational system and planning contents of the Parks and Green Space Master Plan at urban scale. Sites include London, New York, Berlin, Sydney and Seoul. Analyses are focused on the master plans and strategy reports of each city. Frameworks for analysis are divided into operational system and planning contents. The results are as follows. First, the Parks and Green Space Plans as an open space planning linked to related resources would contribute to both integrated resources management and practice of the fairness. Second, evolution from quantity to quality of the parks and green space plan enhances revitalization and regeneration. Third, shift from the `supply oriented plan` to `need based plan` model provides flexible planning model to meet the demographic change, trend change, preference and use. Fourth, planning agents, enlarged opportunities for participation within each phase, diversified of the participants lead the changes from the passive participation to active one. In order to improve the practicability of the parks and green space master plan, a flexible planning strategy including social awareness changes and park governance is required.