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Journal of The Korea Institute of Healthcare Architecture
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Volume 16, Issue 4 - Nov 2010
Volume 16, Issue 3 - Aug 2010
Volume 16, Issue 2 - May 2010
Volume 16, Issue 1 - Feb 2010
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A Study on the Development of the Expert System for Validation of Spatial Layout in Terms of Space Program in Healthcare Architecture based on BIM Technologies - Focused on the Design Competition for Seoul Geriatric Hospital -
Park, Youngsup ;
Journal of The Korea Institute of Healthcare Architecture, volume 16, issue 4, 2010, Pages 7~14
The planning and design of healthcare architecture generally requires the participation and consultation of skilled experts since it has more complex space program than any other buildings. Therefore, the computer-based expert systems for the planning of healthcare architecture have been tried continuously. The recent development of BIM technologies and object-oriented CAAD systems is leading these attempts to realize gradually. Thus, this study attempts to verify whether the new evaluation model and system of the spatial layout, which are based on the validation of space program that developed in earlier studies, are applicable to real examples of design competition. Through this simulation, this study tries to find the possibility of expert systems for the planning of healthcare architecture and act as basic data for the development of new system for the integrated design environment based on BIM technologies in the near future.
A Study on the Area compostion and the Spatial Allocation planning of the Women's Hospital in korea
Ju, Jin-Hyeung ;
Journal of The Korea Institute of Healthcare Architecture, volume 16, issue 4, 2010, Pages 15~24
The purpose of this study is to provide the basic guideline of the archite-ctural planning and design of the women's hospital for optimizing the area compostion and spatial allcoation. The method of this study is to investigate and analyze the functional spatial composition based on the area composition and spatial allocation of the 4 departments space in women's hospital through a analysis of 9 cases study. Data collecting skills such as drawing documents analysis, field survey and observation were used to examine of the present facility condition. Hence this research is to grasp the present condition of department of the women's hospital, to inquire the area composition and spatial allocation. Finally, The derived important factors are expected to use as the basic data at the time of planning for the space programing of design women's hospital.
An analysis of current Barrier-Free facilities in Leisure Building
Seong, Ki-Chang ;
Journal of The Korea Institute of Healthcare Architecture, volume 16, issue 4, 2010, Pages 25~32
Despite the growing interest in recreation as one of the ways to maintain physical and mental health in modern society, access to leisure facility is an issue for individuals with disabilities. This paper identifies inaccessible features to propose the ways to promote participation and usage of the leisure facilities for individuals with disabilities. A survey of individuals with disabilities is conducted to determine preferred leisure facilities depending on types of disabilities. The result of this survey is used to evaluate current condition of regulated National leisure facility and forest, which include barrier-free facilities (e.g. interconnecting zones, interior spaces, lavatories and other facilities), signage, approachable information kiosks, emergency egress, and detectable warnings. The common issues (e.g. guiding mechanism, accessible route, safety factors, and barrier-free facilities/services) in various types of recreational facilities (e.g. forest recreational center, spa and hot springs, Amusement Park, ski resort) were identified and analyzed.
A Study on the Architectural Planning for Measurement of Gross-to-Net Ratio in General Hospital
Cho, Junyoung ; Kim, Eunseok ; Yang, Naewon ;
Journal of The Korea Institute of Healthcare Architecture, volume 16, issue 4, 2010, Pages 33~40
Gross-to-net ratio is the important factor determining size of the building. However it was determined as the empirical method without the exact basis in the existing planning. This paper proposes more accurate methods for determining the gross-to-net ratio of architectural planning in general hospital. This paper analyzes the difference of gross-to-net ratio according to the various conditions and presents the elements of influencing on gross-to-net ratio. These elements is evaluated by applying in the typical hospital case. In conclusion, gross-to-net ratio is influenced by the accuracy of the space program, form type of the space and correspondence potential about the internal variation. In addition, This study has proved that empirical approach is a standard of minimum area.
A Basic Study on the History of Healthcare Architecture Planning in Korea - Focused on the Research of Healthcare Architecture -
Yu, Young-Min ;
Journal of The Korea Institute of Healthcare Architecture, volume 16, issue 4, 2010, Pages 41~48
Since 1970s' many hospitals have been built due to the economic growth and change of social policy in Korea. But, we had no sufficient data and design guidelines of planning and designing to get good design solutions. From the first paper on the healthcare architecture issued in 1974, many researches have been performed. Researches could be one of the efforts to solve the problems and satisfy the needs of those periods. Researches could reflect the characteristics of healthcare architecture of those periods. So in this paper 267 papers issued between 1974-2009 were analyzed to get the characteristics patterns of research periodically. This paper aims to provide a basic data for studying of history of healthcare architecture in Korea.