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Journal of architectural history
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Volume 11, Issue 4 - Dec 2002
Volume 11, Issue 3 - Sep 2002
Volume 11, Issue 2 - Jun 2002
Volume 11, Issue 1 - Mar 2002
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A Study on the Records Management and the Existing Architectural Archives of Architectural Bureau(建築所, 1906-1910) in Korea
Kim, Tae-Woong ;
Journal of architectural history, volume 11, issue 3, 2002, Pages 7~19
Architectural Bureau(建築所, Kunchukso) that Imperial Japan set up in the Dept. of Treasury (度支部, Takjibu) executed many construction works from Oct. 1906 to Aug. 1910. In the meantime, this bureau produced many architectural records. But they were hardly preserved. Because Imperial Japan disposed the architectural records which had the historical value in according to the legal and administrative criteria. Nevertheless, it is important to inquiry precisely the architectural records considerating that the buildings that Architectural Bureau made were the products of government initiated construction and its activities influenced those of similar architectural bureaus after 1910. The results are summarized as follows : First, Architectural Bureau put through all processes from plan, design, executation to examination. Second, Architectural Bureau were producted many architectural records which cotained not only drawings but also various types of documents. Third, Architectural Bureau applied the preservation method at the first time in order to control buildings. Therefore, we can verify many informations that the drawings didn't give by analyzing the architectural records. In conclusion, we can establish the foundation that clarify the facts of buildings under the rule of Japan Imperialism and grasp the meanings if we raise the value of records and draw up the use plan by seeking new the architectural records and dividing them into the several groups on the production organizations.
A study on the Transformation Process of Traditional Small City Structure in Jeollabuk-Do
Lee, Kyung-Chan ;
Journal of architectural history, volume 11, issue 3, 2002, Pages 21~34
This study is to analyse the transformation process of spatial structure of traditional small city structure in Jeollabuk-Do in the process of modern urbanization between 19th century and the year 2000. The small cities, IM-PI, YONG-AN, YEO-SAN, OK-GOO, GO-SAN, MU-JANG, GUM-MA, GO-BU, which have been local administrative center in CHO-SUN dynasty, have role of local administrative center of subdivision of country-myon, except OK-GOO. The method of this study is to investigate the transformation process of spatial structural elements of with the actual field surveys, the analysis of Gunhyun map made in 1872, land registration maps in 1910s and 2000, and various topological maps. The elements of analysis are the topological site and geographical situation conditions, the urbanized areas, the street systems, the function of streets, the focal points of urban land use, the land use systems, and the location of major facilities such as administration facilities, markets, bus terminals. The analytical point of view and the results are as follows. There is strong relationship between the transformation of internal matrix route system and the growth pattern of urbanized areas, Especially on the contrary to the matrix route with East-West direction which has the role of checking the growth of urbanized area, the South-North direction route acts as the leading line of the growth. The focal points structure of urban land use shows transformation process from the point of central space of administrative district in front of Nae-A, to the access point to administrative district or to the access point to housing and neighborhood commercial area. From the point of functional area structure and major facilities location, line-type commercial area is developed along the line of central axis route and access route to administrative district. Especially direction of the growth of commercial area is strongly connected with the interrelationship between the study area and its neighboring cities. Pattern of commercial district development is varied with the direction of matrix route. That is, commercial district, which shows one side development pattern along the East-West direction route, is developed on both sides of street along the South-North direction route.
A Study about the Conservation theory of Architectural Monuments -with a Focus on similar work done in Japan-
Kim, Wang-Jik ; Lee, Sang-Hae ;
Journal of architectural history, volume 11, issue 3, 2002, Pages 35~51
This study is about the preservation of wooden buildings as cultural properties. I got the idea for preservation and repair of cultural properties of wooden buildings by watching the process of repairing them in Japan. The Japanese have been endeavored to restoring old wooden buildings to their original forms for more than a hundred years. The idea to change decayed materials into new materials or the new approach to the process of restoration used to be in conflict with the concept of 'Authenticity'--the criteria for evaluation of the value of cultural properties, based on the Western of thinking, established by UNESCO. Since 'Nara Conference on Authenticity', held in 1994 in Nara, however, the concept of 'Authenticity' has changed, and the peculiarity of certain cultural properties of the wooden buildings and their diversity of culture have now begun to be recognized by UNESCO. This is a crucial change for the study of preservation, repair and restoration of cultural properties of wooden buildings. The purpose of this study is, therefore, to look closely at the process of change of the concept 'Authenticity' and find a better method for preservation of cultural properties of wooden buildings.
A Study on Finances and Factors of weighting Cost in Government Constructions in the Late of Chosun Dynasty
Lee, Kweon-Yeong ;
Journal of architectural history, volume 11, issue 3, 2002, Pages 53~68
Since the 17th century, the finance for the government construction was demanded unlike the early chosun dynasty. It was consequent upon a transition in the supply method of materials and labors for the construction. The government construction being enforced in chronic financial difficulties had to undergo lack of funds. Especially, a rising construction cost by purchasing lots of materials including wood, and by employing labors weighted the difficulties. In order to put forward a construction, new and various efforts besides diversification in sources of finance ad been looked for. The efforts were driven in three parts which were to be the management of labor and materials, and the way of construction execution. As a result of spending a great effort to save cost, an extinguished improvement in the way of construction execution came out with 'Injungjeon-yeongkweon' in the year 1805.
A Study on Effects of Decorative Interior Wall Paintings of the antique Rome on the Scientific Perspective
Hong, Jae-Dong ;
Journal of architectural history, volume 11, issue 3, 2002, Pages 69~86
Under the assumption that techniques of interior decoration often frequently used by people of the antique Greece and Rome became basis for scientific perspective in the period of Renaissance, this study analyzed characteristics of wall paintings excavated as relics of the antique Greece and Rome. The result of the study can be summarized as follows ; (1) Decorative wall paintings which were and have been excavated from relics of the antique Roman cities are characterized by single and multiple point techniques as their perspective. The two techniques were later adapted by people of the Baroque in the 16th century who recognized and expressed space through putting it into a certain framework. (2) Such antique wall paintings drawn using the technique of single point clearly indicate that the technique was not fully created in the period of Renaissance but developed by people of the antique Greece and Rome. Unlike its present form, the technique was unsophisticated and poor in many respects when first created. Since then, it has become manipulated as spatial recognition has been developed in various ways. (3) Illustrations on vase surfaces or wall-decorative painting panels of the antique Greece were painted mainly through the technique of multiple points which helped changes in the sense of space. The technique were later complied with by the theory of cubism which was emerged in the late 19th century. In other words, the technique was developed over times into a basis of the theory. (4) Some of the antique Roman and Greek wall paintings were drawn by using the method of single point perspective. When the height of the wall foundation, 90cm, as specified in [Ten Books of Architecture] by Vitrubius, the viewpoint for the method almost complied with the height of spectators' view, or 150cm. This height is almost same as the height of the view point employed by wall paintings in the Renaissance period.
A Study on the Characteristics of Media Expression in the Contemporary Architecture of Korea
Park, Hye-Won ; Kim, Jung-Jae ;
Journal of architectural history, volume 11, issue 3, 2002, Pages 87~103
In contemporary architecture, there are developing aspects of variety design in material, image and form. These various architectural trends even change classical media and this concept is based on the background of current idea - digital, information-media, imagination with paradigm. So this study aims to show the present status of the expressions in the contemporary architecture of Korea under its media situation. Namely usual thoughts for design have to be changed because our life is surrounded by many kinds of powerful media signs and various mixed cultural circumstances. And like this, we know for study about the relation between media and current architecture, still more Korean present condition. In chapter one, the background, purpose and method of study are explained. In chapter two, the general concept of media is inquired in this study. In the process of searching for the formingbasic background, the characteristic of this study is understood. In chapter three, this study inquires the aspect of media expression in modern architecture. In chapter four, according to chapter three, this study shows the present status of media expressions in the contemporary architecture of Korea. In chapter five, a synthetic conclusion is presented.
A study on Sabang-jeondo-myobeob, a Korean Traditional Drawing Type
Song, In-Ho ;
Journal of architectural history, volume 11, issue 3, 2002, Pages 105~120
Eight drawings of Sukcheon-je-a-do are the architectural drawings of the government offices. These were drawn in the representation of Sabang-jeondo-myobeob. Sabang-jeondo-myobeob is one of Korean traditional drawing type, that is constructed with turned-over elevations drawn on the site plan. The analytic observation viewed in the iconographical diagrams of eight drawings led me following conclusions. First, the most typical expression of Sabang-jeondo-myobeob can be summarized as the combination of three elevations toward the inside and one elevation toward the outside. The former is expression of territoriality, and the latter is expression of the facade. Second, in Sabang-jeondo-myobeob both elevations of crosswise direction and of lengthwise direction are described at the viewpoint of eye level. And they center around the courtyards with intent to describe the relation between buildings and the outdoor space. Third, the facade of pavilions, disposed on the crosswise direction in Sabang-jeondo-myobeob, are described with the both viewpoint of down-view and up-view. It is the expression peculiar to Korean traditional drawings, that describes the depth and richness on the facade of traditional wooden architecture. Fourth, some pavilions and landscapes are described in Pyonghaeng-saseon-dobeob, that is familiar drawing type in the Korean traditional paintings. From this expression we can deduce that the traditional architectural drawings such as Sukcheon-je-a-do were constructed by the traditional landscape painters.