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Journal of architectural history
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Volume 7, Issue 4 - Dec 1998
Volume 7, Issue 3 - Sep 1998
Volume 7, Issue 2 - Jun 1998
Volume 7, Issue 1 - Mar 1998
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A Study on the Wooden Building Material of Hangang Riverbank in the Second Half of Chosun Dynasty
Lee, Kweon-Yeong ; Seo, Chi-Sang ; Kim, Soon-Il ;
Journal of architectural history, volume 7, issue 1, 1998, Pages 9~30
In the Chosun Dynasty, the wooden building materials for constructing the official buildings within a capital city were supplied by way of water transport, and they were stored at Hangang riverbanks. After being firstly treated with primary processed-goods there by several craftmen groups, they were carried in the relevant site of construction by cart. The purpose of this paper is to study the process of those supply, the roles of merchants and craftmen in the process.
Architectural Theories and Planning Concepts of Korean Residence, Soengyo-jang
Kim, Bong-Ryol ;
Journal of architectural history, volume 7, issue 1, 1998, Pages 31~48
Soengyo-jang has some characteristics as the most great house, the special functions, and the non-regional type of house form. And it has constructed continuously for two centuries by many owners in the different generations, It needs a special research method ; which are consist of a) comprehension of background information from documents and oral instructed materials, b) pursuit of design process through the building survey, and c) theoretical interpretation about 'collectivism'. From the results of this research, it is revealed that the architectural purpose of this house was constructing 'a great manor'. At first phase, it had been a single ordinary house, at second, it had expanded to a complex including many housing clusters, and finally became to expand its dwelling territory into whole village. Its expansion was progressed by the four collecting phases of which were building, building cluster, group of clusters, and topological setting. Main design elements operated in each of collecting phases ; they were partial element of
, exterior spaces of
, a linear building of
A Study on Wooden Architectural Techniques in 9 Century - Mainly about the Analysis of Historical Materials of Architecture -
Yoon, Hee-Sang ;
Journal of architectural history, volume 7, issue 1, 1998, Pages 49~66
The purpose of this study is to connect the technics and form from ancient to Korea Dynast But in these period there is no buildings remains but paintings, fine arts, and stupas. In the historical materials there are many architectural form and signature revealings, so as a result these analysis, 1)The building showed in paintings of Silla, and Korea Dynasty reflect the architectural style their own Dynasty. 2)In detail, the architecture of Silla and Korea Dynasy was connected with Chinese architectur Liao, Song. But from the 8Century Koreans were succeeded the one of Silla Dynasty and had originility in architectural style. 3)The architectursl style in Silla and Korea Dynasty were very various and very rich content. And we must more serious study of historical materials so that we improve the ancient a middle age of architcture in Korea.
A Study on the Utilization of Perspective Representation in a Construction Space(2) - centering on Yeongju Buseoksa Temple -
Hong, Jae-Dong ; Lim, Choong-Shin ;
Journal of architectural history, volume 7, issue 1, 1998, Pages 67~80
As a result of this study, an attempt to emphasize the effect of perspective through the factors of spatial constitution is considered that, in Mwaeom thought, the establishment of the basic situation for cherishing the religious experience as Seonjae Dongja's course of ascetic practice, was needed. Therefore, placing of gates, terrace make-up and the changing spaces and constitution that the space under a castle moves from narrow darkness to wide brightness, express the steps of the course of ascetism. Through this, it gives observers dramatic changes and expectation to their sensual feeling. The emphasis on the perceptibility of Muryang Sujeon, Anyang Loo and the terrace by using a perspertive technique can be interpreted as an intention to express the very delightedness at the last moment the truth is perceived.
The Reactivating of Allan Colquhoun's Architectural Theory - 'Figure', 'Form' and 'Image' -
LEE, Dong-Eon ;
Journal of architectural history, volume 7, issue 1, 1998, Pages 81~92
According to Post-modernists including deconstructivists, as Modernism is changed into Post-modernism, the paradigm is shifted from consciousness to language. The paradigm of consciousness corresponds to representational language, and the paradigm of language to self-referential one. In post-modern age most of architects are wandering what kind of language architecture is. Some theorists contend that architecture is representational, and others that it is self-referential. Allan Colquhoun, who is known as one of the best architectural theorists inUnited States, accepts both the former and the latter, but fails to reveal the meaning and the limitation, of the two languages. Although he believes that the representational language of architecture ('figure') is the source of self-referential language of architecture('form'), he never clearly answers what kind of language architecture. In order to overcome the limitation and the meaning of Colquhoun's figure and form, and synthesize the two language, this essay appropriates Martin Heidegger's some concepts, 'ready-to-hand,' 'present-at-hand' and 'being-in-the-world' to make a theoretical framework for 'image' which prevails over and synthesizes 'form' and 'figure.' Since Image is based upon both 'being-in-the world' and 'ready-to-hand,' it is the source of 'form' and 'figure.' When 'image' is fragmented, the former and the latter emerge. Image is therefore both the former and the latter because it represents and self-refers a world as a reality.
Technology, Morality and Modern Ideal Cities: Arcadia and Science Fiction
Chung, Jin-Soo ;
Journal of architectural history, volume 7, issue 1, 1998, Pages 93~108
The threads of this thesis are several theoretical issues of modern urban ideals. Modern architects and urban designers conceived their individual artifacts, which assumed to be laid out on the new settings totally different from the existing urban fabrics derived from inherently medieval ones. In the discussion of modern ideal society, the Industrial Revolution and the Enlightenment was a pivotal point. Innovations in technology and expanded living territories since the double revolution have been critical factors in the evolution of new ideas of urbanism. The tremendous success in science and technology led a way to the 'science-fiction' environment as a destined apocalyptic world. The dream, whether it was socialist or in any other believes, to a pastoral utopia beyond the capitalist society was represented through the ideal cities, which were modern versions of arcadia in the other approaches. Two sides of revolutionary ideas are presented as a futurist city and a garden city, which are on the separate notions but co-existed or overlapped in a single urban project such as in Le Corbusier urban schemes or even Tchumi's recent work, Parc de la Villette. Urban ideas in the twentieth century are based on urban naturalism, the notion of which was consistant from abbe Laugier to Le Corbusier, as well as machine aesthetics interpreted in terms of archeological research and modern technology.
A Study on the Representation Method of Traditionality of Mekuro-Kazoen BLDG. in Japan
Kim, Eun-Joong ;
Journal of architectural history, volume 7, issue 1, 1998, Pages 109~120
Mekuro-Kazoen BLDG. is a complex of office, hotel, and banquet halls, builted in 1991, Tokyo, Japan. This building suggest us various issues about the representation of traditionality in current architecture. We can find the possibility of representation of traditionality in large complex, in past, rarely applicated. Even in Japan, such trial in official building as New Office Building of Tokyo in Sinzuku shows a application only in the elevation plan. In Mekuro-Kazoen BLDG, the applications of traditionality are found not only in external appearance, but also in interior design. And the traditional Japanese gardens in front of building and in atrium enrich the traditionality And the modenity and traditionality in this building are represented simultaneously not deteriorating each other. The issue of representation of traditionality in architecture should be succeed not only in now but also in the future. The method of application need to be studied and improved. The fields of application also should be extended such as large complex buildings and future-oriented buildings.