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Journal of The Korea Institute of Healthcare Architecture
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Volume 19, Issue 4 - Nov 2013
Volume 19, Issue 3 - Aug 2013
Volume 19, Issue 2 - May 2013
Volume 19, Issue 1 - Feb 2013
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A Study on the Planning Concept of Elderly Housing in Aged society
Han, Kyun ; Kwon, SoonJung ;
Journal of The Korea Institute of Healthcare Architecture, volume 19, issue 2, 2013, Pages 7~17
DOI : 10.15682/jkiha.2013.19.2.007
Purpose: This basic research tries to provide planning concept of elderly housing which can cope with the needs of the aged society. Methods: This study has been conducted mainly by literature investigation research. Previous researches include Universal and Barrier-Free Design, Elderly Housing Standards, Elderly Welfare Act and other related acts, various papers related to elderly housing, and so on. To set up the Planning concept of elderly housing, elements or indices of previous studies have been comparatively analysed. Results: Elderly housing has been divided into individual type, group type and facility type according to the residents' health and operation system of the housing. This paper focuses on the individual type among three categories. Seven concepts of the elderly housing have been derived as the outcome of this research - Safety, Accessibility, Amenity, Distinguishment, Adaptability, Convenience, and Sociality. Implications: This concept will provide the planning direction on the construction and renovation for Elderly Housing in the future.
A study on the Preconditions of Space Program Validation of Healthcare Architecture for Application of BIM Technology
Seong, Joonho ; Kim, Khilchae ;
Journal of The Korea Institute of Healthcare Architecture, volume 19, issue 2, 2013, Pages 19~30
DOI : 10.15682/jkiha.2013.19.2.019
Purpose: The planning and design of hospital generally requires the participation and consultation of skilled experts since it has more complex space program than any other buildings. Therefore, the BIM systems for the planning of hospital have been tried continuously. The purpose of this study is to identify the precondition for space Program validation of healthcare architecture based on BIM, which is recently receiving wide attention. Method: For this study, United States, Australia and Finland's guidelines were analyzed among the description space program validation system in 14 overseas BIM Guidelines. And the propose precondition that can be applied to healthcare architecture from among these description of space program validation items, target, process etc for General building. Result: 1) spatial program validation is the following four evaluation phase. Step 1: Standard setting phase Step 2: BIM model accuracy assessment phase Step 3: space validation phase Step 4: Performance evaluation phase 2) The standards for the building elements at Standards Setting stage is considered to the standards for the architectural elements of General building. 3) Healthcare Architecture Area calculation method is considered to be reasonable that borrowing the area calculation standard of general architecture according to the UIA of international standards. However, Be proposed of measuring method that reflect the efficiency of the design process step-by-step area calculation method. The performance assessment indicators of reflect the Hospital uniqueness have to developed. And the research needs to be carried out continuously according to the purpose for healthcare architecture of feature-oriented. Implications: In this paper like to understanding that precondition of space program validation considering the BIM. As a result, understanding to condition about step of the evaluation, the evaluation standards. Is expected to keep the focus on the development of performance indicators that reflect the uniqueness of the hospital for the efficient evaluation of the Hospital building.
A Study on Correlation between Departments Layout of General Hospitals for Patient-centered Vertical Core Plan
Lee, Hyunjin ; Park, Jaeseung ;
Journal of The Korea Institute of Healthcare Architecture, volume 19, issue 2, 2013, Pages 31~40
DOI : 10.15682/jkiha.2013.19.2.031
Purpose: It seems obvious that the hospital structures become more large-sized and tall-risen in Korea today. Nothing is more influential than the vertical core plan on the movements of various people in such large-tall hospitals. The present paper, therefore, aims to study on the efficient hospital core space paying first attention to patients by analysing the data on relations between/among department layouts of vertical and horizontal movements. Methods: This study sampled representative 14 hospitals and drew their degrees of data importance on the basis of precedented relative studies. This study also analysed their placements on the blueprint and made confirmations of their arrangements through their homepage on line. Actual visits were made to make sure of the spacial connections between/among departments in the hospitals as well. Results: Even in emergency case in need for vertical movements, the central main core spaces are usually used, which is because special vertical transportation systems are not provided. In these cases, the main core spaces are very important for those who have to move vertically and/or horizontally according to the locations and types of main cores. While special lifts or dumbwaiters are prepared to install for the important articles, such as samples of pathology department, most patients should share with regular visitors the elevators not separated visually and spatially from them. Implications: Vertical core plans are greatly dependent on the ward types and hospital styles. This study is hopefully expected to contribute itself to the standard setting-up of comfortable and quick vertical core system operations for patients.
A Study on the Service Network for Mental Health and Welfare in Japan
Lim, Yen Jung ; Lee, Hae Kyung ; Chai, Choul Gyun ;
Journal of The Korea Institute of Healthcare Architecture, volume 19, issue 2, 2013, Pages 41~49
DOI : 10.15682/jkiha.2013.19.2.041
Purpose: Economic and social pressures are driving Korea to reform its mental health services. However, it is not easy for the governments to find to the proper method for the mental health service network. This study is to find the mental health service network in Japan. Methods: The survey was conducted by researches and field studies. 1) Researches for mental health service network and facilities. 2) Field study is for Mental Health and Welfare Network in Tokyo. Results: The result of this study can be summarized into three points. The first one, Reform measures are beginning to promote the concept of "normalization" in japanese society. The second one, Facilities of Mental health and welfare system designed by level that can be providing places for people with mental problems. The third one, Facilities consist of barrier-free environment for people with mental problems.
A Basic Study on Elderly Residents' Requirements for Unit Renovation of Permanent Rental Housing - focused on 'Suwon Wooman Jugong 3rd Block'
Kim, Hyojeong ; Kwon, Soonjung ;
Journal of The Korea Institute of Healthcare Architecture, volume 19, issue 2, 2013, Pages 51~59
DOI : 10.15682/jkiha.2013.19.2.051
Purpose: At the moment, a lot of poor older people live in permanent rental housing in Korea. But many rental apartments are not suitable for elderly living because most of them have many problems related to the lack of accessibility and adaptability for older people with physical and mental disabilities. So it is necessary to upgrade the old permanent rental housing for convenience of elderly living. The purpose of this paper is to construct basic data for remodeling of worn out and small rental housing block in order to realize the concept of "Aging in Place". Methods: Questionnaires and interviews about elderly living have been conducted on 104 elderly who live in Suwon Wooman permanent rental apartment block which was constructed 21 years ago. From the collected data, dining pattern, inconvenient area, small area, satisfaction level on unit area and demand for unit expansion type have been analysed in order to find out the direction for remodeling of permanent rental apartment unit. Results: The problems of existing permanent rental apartment can be summarized into improper laundry space, small dining area, inconvenient bath and so on. According to the family size, the elderly resident has the different preference about the expansion type of his resident unit. Big families usually want to enlarge their living unit though they pay for additional monthly rental fee. Implications: Lifetime home concept adopting Universal Design has to be applied to the whole residential block especially to the social rental housing. And this concept had better be expanded to Lifetime neighbor design.
ODA and healthcare facilities in developing countries
Bang, Seolah ;
Journal of The Korea Institute of Healthcare Architecture, volume 19, issue 2, 2013, Pages 63~68
DOI : 10.15682/jkiha.2013.19.2.063
The elements of sustainability required for the healthcare facilities in Korea
Kim, Taeyun ;
Journal of The Korea Institute of Healthcare Architecture, volume 19, issue 2, 2013, Pages 69~78
DOI : 10.15682/jkiha.2013.19.2.069