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Volume 20, Issue 6 - Dec 2011
Volume 20, Issue 5 - Oct 2011
Volume 20, Issue 4 - Aug 2011
Volume 20, Issue 3 - Jun 2011
Volume 20, Issue 2 - Apr 2011
Volume 20, Issue 1 - Feb 2011
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A Study on the Sustainable Characteristics of the London City Hall
Chung, Tae-Yong ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 3~12
The purpose of this study is to analyze the sustainable characteristics of London city hall designed by Norman Foster. The most important part of sustainable architecture might be the energy reduction including minimizing CO
emission but social and economical aspects of sustainability should not be neglected. London City Hall as a successful example of sustainable architecture depends its success on the harmony of social, environmental and economical aspects of sustainability. Social sustainability in London City Hall appears on appropriateness and public good in the facility. London City Hall act as a symbol of redevelopment and civic community. Environmental sustainability of London City Hall summarized as using unique building form, double skin and underground water cooling system for the purpose of energy saving. Computer modeling technology was introduced to save construction cost for economic aspect of sustainability. Rational configuration of mechanical system strengthen the durability of facility. In case of London City Hall, the function of building, site condition and architectural concept fulfill the every aspects of sustainability in architecture. Besides these conditions, Foster applied sustainability to London City Hall as active and concrete design concept to complete its design goals.
A Study on the Characteristics of Using Natural Light in Alvar Aalto's Library
Chung, Tae-Yong ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 13~22
The purpose of this study is to analyze Alva Aalto's libraries for understanding his efficient induction of natural light. To fulfill this purpose, Alvar Aalto's thought about library and natural light are examined through his working years and building types. The comparison of his libraries on usage of natural light shows different ways of natural light induction based on different locations and programs of libraries. Similarities and differences of Alvar Aalto's library architecture have strong relationship to the usage of natural light in libraries because Alvar Aalto himself regard reading as the core function of library and the efficient use of natural light is the main key of reading. In his natural light planning, regional characteristics including environmental factors and programmatic differences act as a basic standard for natural light plan. Especially, altitude of sun and its path, seasonal features affect the induction way of natural light. While conical skylights used at Viipuri library shows the characteristics of universality in Modernism architecture, later libraries presents not only various kinds of pan-shape plan but different ways of inducing natural light in according to appropriate function. From conical skylight to monitor with curved reflection wall make it possible shed diffused light to reading space and this affects to form Alvar Aalto's organic architecture. As a result, using natural light in Alvar Aalto's library architecture act as the core of forming library concepts and their development.
A Study on the Design Process of Interactive Space with the Influential Factors on the Interactivity - Focus on Programming Process for Supporting Interactive Behaviors -
Lee, Jeong-Min ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 23~33
Starting with 21st Century, the role of the design has been widened and designers began to regard the psychological and behavioral factors as main design considerations. These factors are the core elements especially in designing interactive space. This research proposed the user-centered design methodology for interactive space. It developed Programming Process for Supporting Interactive Behaviors. To compose the process, this research analyzed the influential factors on the interactivity and the results were applied on the process. This newly proposed Programming Process contains four basic stages which are 'Opportunity Identification Cell', 'Intersubject Cell', 'Interaction & Interface Cell', and 'Programming Solution Cell'. More detailed tasks are also specified for each stage. This research asserts that the design process for Interactive space should differ from the past design processes in the fact that it puts much more attention on systemizing the psychological and behavioral elements than before. Therefore the design process for Interactive space should be reinforced with the data related to these psychological and behavioral understandings. The Programming Process of this paper is an attempt to enlarge the roles of these data in designing interactive space, and thus it is an attempt to accommodate the contemporary user-centered design paradigm.
A Study on the Weighting Factor for Integrative Space Evaluation in Residential Buildings - Based on Occupant Survey in Residential Buildings of USA -
Yoon, Sung-Hoon ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 34~41
Today, residential building is considered of be one of the most important space of their quality of life and health. Residential buildings should provide comfortable environments to support the activities of their occupants. And good residential buildings are made by appropriately combining residential spaces, such as living room, master bedroom, bedroom, kitchen, restroom, and so on. These combinations in residential building are must be compatible with the activities of the occupants and their needs. The objective of this research is to investigate and analyze the relative importance and space priority between residential space in residential buildings depending on occupants' characteristics, such as, gender and age. Especially, this research is to find space weighting factors for integrative evaluation in residential buildings based on occupant survey. These weighting factors play an important role in determining the relative importance of various residential spaces for integrative residential space evaluation. And, the result from this research will help designers and researchers to find space planning strategies in residential building, and develop new integrative evaluation framework for improving residential quality from the occupants' point of view.
A Study on the Entertaining Expressions in the Spaced for Entertainment - With a Focus on the Club Environment -
Kim, Hye-Hyun ; Yoon, Gab-Geun ; Mun, Hyok ; Seo, Su-Mi ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 42~50
In the 21st century, people began to pay more attention on the culture, and the chances for them to participate in the cultural lives also increased. The spaces for entertainments can also be deemed as the center of the cultural contents. The entertainment is, in consideration of its definition by the literal meaning and the origin of the word itself, 'an act that entertains, or any artificial creation that is designed to give entertainment with a view to relieve the subjects from the burdens they have as they live.'Of the modem entertainment spaces, the one with the most profound visual manifestation of the entertainment element is the club. The purpose of this study is to examine the influence from the entertaining element manifested in the club spaces. Only until a few years back, the club spaces were deemed with negative impressions that comes with the more negative side of the entertaining world. But, recently such negative impressions are lift off considerably, and the club spaces are regarded with positive impressions as to be the kind of place where the young people can enjoy performances and other kind of culture in healthy atmosphere. In Chapter 2, we will examine the entertainment and the nature of the pleasure it gives, as well as the correlation between the entertaining environments and the pleasure they give. In chapter 3, the entertaining elements within such contexts are classified into the experience, form, color, objects, and the lightings and examine the characteristics of each of them. Also, the influences of these elements to the entertaining environment will be reviewed. In the case study in chapter 4, 9 overseas and domestic club spaces that were introduced in 'Interior World' magazines, that is, in the issues that are focused on 'Entertainment,'such as Issue 59, 68, and 79. As a result of the analysis, the influences of the entertaining, or pleasing, elements were discovered. The particular expression characteristics of the pleasing designs in the club spaces are, namely, the form elements, material elements, color elements, objects elements, and the lighting elements. As the society changes and the cultural level goes up, the club spaces are required to adopt more changes. Therefore, the pleasing elements of the space should receive further emphasis. These elements will act as a trend in the space and make the people appreciate the space more refreshing.
A study on the Evaluation Methodology of Attention to V.P in Commercial Mall Space - Proposal of an Evaluation Method through the application of Feng-GUI and Space Syntax -
Lee, Ji-Sung ; Moon, Jung-Mook ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 51~58
As it gets nearer to the modern society, social and cultural situations are changing and the spatial form of public space is changing into the complex structure where it is interlinked with each other diversely. In particular, as the development of large-scale complex spreads nationwide, the form of complex commercial space assuming the nature of malls appears prominently. In such a large-scale complex commercial space, the diverse visual elements make the environment difficult to be perceived. Like this, the attention in the commercial space where a variety of visual stimuli are in the presence, is important element, so the plan of VP(visual presentation) is needed for effectively selecting or inducing the space. Thus, in this study, human visual and perception process will be reviewed and a method to evaluate the attention will be proposed. Also, the attention of each stores in the complex commercial spaces will be evaluated to propose the indicators for resonable spatial panning in the future.
A Study on the Spatial Structure of Space Syntax in Frank Gehry's Museum Architecture
Bae, Yi-Jin ; Cho, Ja-Yeon ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 59~67
The goal of this research is to find the difference between F. Gehry's museum architecture's extremely abstract and chaotic space composition and that of other architect's. Gehry's four museum architectures built from late 1980s to 2000 were selected for analysis. Four more museums, built in the same era with the size of that (atypical) museums, were selected for comparative studies. Space Syntax, a quantitative analysis method for spatial configuration, is used to find the characteristics of internal spaces. The Result shows that Gehry's museum architectures' connectivity is 0.375 times bigger and integration is 0.731 times smaller than the compared museums. High connectivity suggests that their visitors could take diverse routes. Low integration implies that their routes are less efficient than the compared museums overall. Their intelligibility is slightly higher than the other museums. This means their visitors have comparatively high understanding of the internal space.
The conditions and principles of the 'Bionik' space design on the basis of the consilient horizon of biology and architecture
Lee, Ran-Pyo ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 68~77
In this research it is concentrated first of all on the attempts to reconstruct the historical context of the idea for the space design based on the natural construction and to re-appropriate il critically to the present context. Sequentially in the areas of philosophy, biology, neuroscience, and architecture it has been variously discussed on the problems about the synthesis of biology and techniques. In the context of the consilience of biology and technique Werner Nachtigall, who has intended to shed light on the morphological principles in the natural construction, founded the 'Bionik', which is different from the bionics or the biomechanics that are oriented to the imitation of natural forms. The space design that is on the basis of the Bionik treats organisms as a functional whole. Therefore the Bionik space design follows two kinds of principle such as the principle of analogy and the principle of optimization. After all the understanding of the consilience of nature and technique for Nachtigall and Bionik designers tends toward the explication of the complex process in which the human perceptions, the environment, and the phenomenal techniques are united together, and this complex process is associated with the space design based on the Bionik.
A Study on Flexibility of Movable Exhibition through Biomimicry Notion
Lee, Yong-Jin ; Yoon, Sang-Young ; Cho, Kyoung-Young ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 78~86
The world is suffered from severe environmental problems such as climate change and global warming due to radical industrialization after the Industrial Revolution. With advancement of science and information technologies, national borders have become meaningless. In this global trend, movable exhibition shall be supposed to pursue "Local in Global." Thus, movable exhibition should get involved in an effort to find a cultural identity in the globalization and to better our position among the various cultures. As an alternative, movable exhibition can be established by combining biomimicry, which is biomimicry of life by imitating biological system, with Flexibility of movable space. By providing a hint to environmental problems and cultural uncertainty, this alternative will generate an advanced exhibition trend that is more environmental-friendly and more efficient. As a cumulative concept created by the nature for 3.8 billion years, biomimicry has evolved a lot more than the modern science. By catching this point, "A study on flexibility of movable exhibition through biomimicry notion" is providing a revolutionary paradigm stepping beyond the current exhibition trend, which pursues coexistence of human beings and the nature and, at the same time, introduces our culture.
A Study on the Spatial Effect of Material and Light: Focusing on Peter Zumthor's Projects - Bruder Klaus Chapel and Kolumba Museum -
Kim, Eunice Ja-Young ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 87~95
A Study on Characteristics of Observation Time Found in Image Evaluation of Interior Space - Focusing on Acquisition of Spatial Information by Interior Space Types -
Choi, Joo-Young ; Kim, Joo-Hyun ; Kim, Jong-Ha ; Lee, Jeong-Ho ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 96~104
Assuming that different spatial types involves the change of observation time to acquire the spatial information, this study intended to analyze the observation time by interior space types and derive the proper time for spatial evaluation. Coming to the study method, in order to analyze the characteristics of observation time in the image evaluation of interior space by types, it looked into the observation time chosen by the testees during evaluation. The findings of this study are as follows: First, the observation time differed by genders and spatial types: men's average time was longest for modern (93.3 sec.) and natural (89.4 sec.) spaces; women's average time was longest for classic space (110.7 sec.), which was the shortest for men. Second, the intensity of observation time zone differed by spatial types: this finding can imply that different design types require different establishment of observation time for evaluation even if the spatial elements are the same. Third, analyzing the distribution of time zones chosen by most testees showed that men's observation time zones were more intensely distributed than those of women. Fourthly, the observation lime for general space could be derived from the gender-based comparison that excluded the difference by types, but considering that different design types lead to different observation time, it could be seen as proper for evaluation of interior space to establish the difference of observation time by spatial types. Finally, Analysis showed the highest preference to the time '(3)'. However, obtaining information presented is the most highly effective time is '(6). Thus, the preferred time zone is different and effective, according to the results of the analysis.
A Study on Differentiation Strategy of Apartment Space According to Brand Identity Factors
Choe, Hye-Jin ; Kim, Kai-Chun ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 105~113
Brand is a useful tool for modem people living under the age of the brand, to explain the information of their products by differentiating themselves from others. It also represents the value of company and plays a major role convincing customers. Even living space brands are no exception. According to the development of marketing management ability, living space brands require the new sales strategy to dominate the market over the business competition, and plan differently for a changing market environment. On such account, companies are commercializing the living space via establishing its brands. Thus the study will cover the living space differentiation strategies for promoting the brand images of respective construction companies and will strive to compare and analyze the differentiation strategy factors that construction firms are pursuing through case analysis framework. Moreover, it's objective focuses on materializing the strategies of living space in accordance to the brand application elements.
A Study on the Exhibition Characteristics of the Digital Signage in Corporate Exhibition Hall
Jang, Hyun-Ha ; Han, Hae-Ryon ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 114~124
The development in modern world media made information expansion and conversion much easier. These changes in media environment required a lot of companies to quickly respond to the overall environment and come up with new appropriate marketing strategies. Companies use experiential exhibition halls to enhance their images. The goal of the research is to set the basis for digital signage exhibition production characteristics as a spatial mechanism by presenting the need to use the digital signage as a tool. Digital signage expands senses and connects internal and external space. There are many types of digital signage (display, projection, special media, etc) and they are informative, aesthetic, inductive, and amusing. For research methods, Korean companies' exhibition halls sample analysis and surveys were executed to analyze the awareness, expression characteristics, effects, and usage status of digital signage. In conclusion, corporate exhibition halls should: 1. be an interesting and comfortable space that can be used as a communication tool between the company and consumers 2. increase corporate potentials and faith by expanding human senses and inducing new experiences 3. continue to capture the interest of spectators through diversity.
Modernity and Regionalism of American Art Deco Architecture - Focused on Miami Beach -
Park, Kyoung-Im ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 125~134
Art Deco is a decorative and eclectic design style, popularized at the interwar period. The term Art Deco derives from the Exposition Internationale des Arts D
coratils et Industriels Modernes held in Paris in 1925. The aim of the exposition was to create new modern aesthetics. This exposition introduced the modern decorative and industrial art to the world and influenced all designers of area, including architects, interior designers, industrial designers, craftsmen, fashion designers, etc. Art Deco designers applied inspirations from a variety of sources and movements such as the Cubist abstract, the Neoclassical refinement, Egyptian exotic elements, Babylonian and Aztec temples, the machine aesthetic, avant-garde movements, etc to their modern works. Art Deco style rapidly spread all over the design areas nationwide in America. In Art Deco architecture, in particular, its inception was French but its domination was American. Skyscrapers, airplanes, automobiles, ocean liners, jazz, Hollywood film, streamline, and native Indian symbols are the defining features of American Art Deco. This study began from questions on how these features are expressed and stylized to decoration elements as the modern aesthetics in American Art Deco architecture. Thus, the purpose of the study is to find out the ornamental and eclectic factors of Art Deco style and to define a concept of the modernity and the regionalism of Art Deco architecture in America. This article provides an overview of the decoration style of Art Deco architecture in America through the analysis of ornamental and eclectic factors reflecting diverse roots. It also analyzes the wide variety of building examples of American Art Deco which represent regionalism. In addition, this study focuses on Art Deco architecture in Miami, Florida. Miami is one of typical cities that has the most unique regional aspects of 1920's to 1940's in Art Deco architecture. Miami Art Deco architecture reveals the tropical and nautical references such as streamlined and curved walls, exotic animal motifs, flora and fauna motifs, and marine motifs: use of glass block, porthole window, terra-cotta, and pastel color stucco.
A Study on the Characteristics of Interface Design at the Facade of Parking Garage
Moon, Eun-Mi ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 135~142
This study applies the 'interface' as the concept to interpret the facade design of parking garages. This study investigates the characteristics of interface design in the parking garages to improve design qualities of parking garages as a daily living space as well as a public space in today's city. The facade of parking garage is an interface between the urban streets and the parking space. Three concepts of interface and design in parking garage are defined. The concept of interface is explained as a boundary surface which activates communication and interaction. In facade design of parking garage, three main concepts of interface design are screen, communication and mobility. Through the investigation of the examples, this study summarizes the characteristics of the facade design of parking garage as follow; first, the facade of parking garage is designed as a screen which represents immateriality by specially selected and arranged surface materials. The screen facade is designed as one homogeneous surface as well as an irregular pattern with operable louvers. Second, the facade of parking garage is designed as a communication media to deliver direct information. The representation of natural or artificial characteristics at the local areas is to communicate with the people in the community. Third, the facade of parking garage is represented mobility which a car symbolizes. It emphasizes various movements and visual changes by movements. People can experience the visual changes of the building facade as they walk or drive. The visual changes of the facade are caused by natural elements such as wind and light as well as an optical illusion.
A Study of Data Acquiring Characteristics Through Image Evaluation by Types of Interior Space - Focused on Gender Comparisons -
Choi, Gae-Young ; Choi, Joo-Young ; Kim, Jong-Ha ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 143~151
Since it is important to understand data acquiring characteristics through relationship between spatial types and spatial elements and apply it to spatial plans for smooth communication between designer and user of space, the conclusions gained from analysis of data acquiring characteristics of spatial elements through image evaluation by types of interior space can be summarized as in the followings: First, for the amount of acquired data by types of interior space, it shows that the acquired amount of data is to change by types and data acquiring method (phrase and image) even though the spatial elements are same. Second, for the data acquiring process of spatial types by gender, it shows that there is a big difference in acquiring of data according to the evaluation method by phrase and image. Third, for the amount of acquired data of spatial types by gender, it shows that there is a difference between male and female, which is by "classic
natural" in case of male and "classic
modern" in case of female. regarding both of phrase and image. Fourth, for the evaluation by gender, it shows that there is a deviation in the value of difference according to the elements by which data acquiring characteristics evaluate space. It is considered that this deviation characteristic is in need of reflection in the process of spatial evaluation. This study analyzed data acquiring characteristics of space user's spatial elements through image evaluation by types of space to understand how data acquiring would be changed of spatial elements according to type and gender. Through this study, it expects to make clear that, when a designer is planning a certain space, if the space can be a space for the user by understanding of which elements should be exposed to users by types to acquire more data.
A Study on the Qptimum Size of Master Bedroom Walk-In Closet in Apartments
Kim, Jea-Heun ; Seo, Hyun ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 152~159
Housing construction companies have been providing master bedroom walk-in closet as a selling point in modest sized apartments as small as 74m
. It is noticeable that master bedroom walk-in closet in apartments provided by public sectors showed much variety in its size. This study tries to set up the guide line of master bedroom walk-in closet size. It is quite reasonable to assume that the biggest space-occupiers in walk-in closet are blankets and clothing. The survey conducted in this study shows that the number of clothes people keep in their closet does not show any significant difference regardless of square footage of their apartments. 34.7% of respondent answered they keep about 50-60 clothes using coat hangers, where 20-30 of those are winter clothes. It is calculated the required optimum length of the walk-in closet is 3.8m
. Considering the most popular longitudinal dimension of master bedroom, 3.9m, and the space needed to accommodate blankets, it can be concluded that the required length of storage in master bedroom walk-in closet is 2.1m. The length can be adjusted reflecting the length of the master bedroom.
A Study on the User's Evaluation for the Visual Types of Virtual Model House
Ha, Ji-Min ; Park, Soo-Been ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 160~169
In Korea, the construction company has provided houses through apartment sales system. Residents have obtained a variety of information about their future house by visiting a sample house called "the model house" before they purchase home. Advanced technology such as web-based VOD or Virtual Model in recent years has gradually replaced those built environment. In 2009, the Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs announced the restraint to the construction of sample houses. Instead, they highly recommended a Virtual Model House as an alternative solution. This study aimed to propose how to design the user-oriented virtual model house through the experiment and survey research. The 3D virtual model house of 85m
apartment was built and presented by two types (Type A: Bird's Eye View, Type B: Walk through View) on the web page. The subjects evaluated presence, spatial perception and cognition, and usability of each type after exploring them. The results are as follows. (1) The subjects' evaluation of presence showed Type B has more negative effects than Type A such as feeling dizzy or tired even if their values were not so high. (2) The subjects perceived and cognized both types of virtual model house more realistic for the expression of volume of space, the size of opening, and the arrangement of furniture than that of wall finishes and materials. (3) The usability of Type A was significantly higher than that of Type B.
Research on Comparative Analysis of Environment-friendly Features in the case of home and overseas Apartment house applied by Environment-friendly Factors
Woo, So-Yeon ; Nam, Kyoung-Sook ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 170~177
Recently, there has been increasing concern for green growth and environment-friendly construction work is being revitalized; hereupon this study is going to understand the present situation of environment -friendly features of the apartment house through the case study of environment-friendly apartment house in and outside the country, and to suggest the developmental direction of the domestic apartment house. First, this study is to look into respective environment-friendly factors by considering the theoretical background of environment-friendliness and certification of environment-friendly structures, and analyzing the cases of apartment house in and outside the country. This study selected as the survey target the apartment buildings located at 5 places which were completed after 2003 and obtained the domestic 'Green Building Certification Criteria'[hereinafter, GBCC] in metropolitan areas in domestic cases and the survey target to the apartment building at 5 places which were completed after 2003 and obtained the US 'Leadership in Energy and Environment Design' [hereinafter, LEED] in overseas cases. For comparative analysis of each case, this study evaluated each case twice using GBCC and LEED to be more objective in evaluation. As a result, it was found that domestic cases focused on nature-friendly landscaping and the use of the certified products while overseas cases focused on minimizing the environmental impact such as raising the energy reduction ratio and reducing water resources and consumption of resources. Accordingly, there seems to be a need for practical energy-reduction & resources-saving scheme in order for domestic environment-friendly apartment buildings to reach the level of the LEED certification.
A Study on Hygienic Spatial Composition of Self-Service Restaurants by Applying HACCP
Lee, Jong-Ran ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 178~187
This research suggested the hygienic spatial composition of sell-service restaurants applying HACCP(Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point System). The circulation of the food, dishes, waste, workers and customers were each fractionated and arranged according to the hygienic sequence of cooking food in kitchen and process for eating food within the customer space. The spaces were separated by the degree of cleanness(clean area, semi-clean area, contaminated area). After that, hygiene facilities to remove contamination and pass facilities intended to control moving were added at the possible points of cross-contamination in oder to prevent the cross-contamination. For hygienic spatial composition of self-service restaurant, the following should be acknowledged: In the kitchen, spaces in which the food is handled after being heated should be located in the clean area. As of the customer space, spaces where dishes are prepared, food and water is received, and the table hall should be located in the clean area. Food circulation should flow from the contaminated area to the clean area. Food, dishes, waste should be moved through pass facilities so that workers do not have to come and go between other areas of cleanness. Also lockers for private clothes and lockers for uniforms should be separated. Hygiene facilities should be easily accessible so that workers can use them whenever they enter their working area. The contaminated area where dirty dishes are dealed with should be separated from the clean area. Waste should be thrown out without crossing cooking areas. As of customer circulation, the hygiene facility for hand washing should be located near the space where dishes for self-service are placed. The customer circulation should lead customers to leave restaurants after giving back the dirty dishes in the contaminated area.
The Design Characteristics of Spatial Organization Elements Observed in Malaysian Hotel Lobbies
Oh, Hye-Kyung ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 188~196
The objective of this study was to identify the design characteristics of space components observed in Malaysian hotel lobbies. For this study, we conducted a case study on the facades and indoor space components of 15 hotel lobbies in Langkawi and Penang, and drew conclusions as follows. First, designs found in the facades and indoor space components of Malaysian hotel lobbies reflected all of traditional and colonial styles, religious styles including Islamic, and contemporary styles. Second, traditional designs showed rather the modernization of traditions than the preservation of traditions. Particularly in ceilings, walls and windows/doors, conservative or progressive modemization was observed frequently. Third, contemporary designs were mostly formative modernization, and materials and colors still adhered to traditions and nature. Fourth, in applied furniture, traditional wood sculptures were mixed or traditional material rattarn(stems of climbing palms) was utilized actively. Fourth, a large number of designs symbolized the Malaysian first religion Islam. Summing up these results, the common point of designs observed in the facades and indoor space components of Malaysian hotel lobbies was that they were transformed into Malaysian style regardless of whether they were traditional or colonial.
A Study on the Design Guidelines for the Spatial Planing of Conservation Area in Museums
Jung, Sung-Wook ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 197~207
In general, collections in museum are kept in storage according to a preservation and administration program in long or short term, after conservators' conservation treatment. Museum activities related to conservation science are common to do before and after exhibitions. That is, the museum collections include a flow mechanism, which circulate a space in where conservation science related activity is carried on centering around its storage. The purpose of this study is to suggest the design guidelines of a conservation area in a museum. The results of this study as follows. First, to program space planning, conservation area of museum is divided into 4 kinds of zone. Second, space for relics unloading in basically includes 'unloading room', 'control room', 'worker room', 'unpacking room', and 'unloading tools storage' and considers to install 'outdoor arrangement space', etc. In case of space for making relics collections, 'arrangement room' and 'temporary storage' are separately planned in order to arrange and temporarily store relics taken in. Conservation analysis space should be divided into 2 kinds of zone, 'conservation analysis lab' for analysis of collection characters and 'restoration lab' for conservation treatment in the bigger museum. In case of large-scale museum, conservation treatment space is basically classified with characters of museum collections. And it considers installing 'waterlogged wood lab', 'painting clothes treatment lab', 'storage of treated relics' etc. Third, for 'the spaces for analysis treatment', must consider activity contents and sizes of the department for scientific conservation every museum, can classify in detail required space, and must review the space for relics settlement in construction.
A Study on Strategies Elements(4Cs) of Space Marketing Comparative Analysis for Housing Culture Center
Kim, Ji-Hye ; Kong, Soon-Ku ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 208~216
Today, the market environment for companies around the world has been changed by globalization, digital innovation, information by opening the diversity, consumer awareness, and the development of mass media in the wide areas such as, politics, economy, society and culture. Accordingly, the function of the housing cultural center also has been changed from the Place where the trading had been made to the Space where the marketing could work. The housing cultural center is home to companies to target their corporate culture and corporate image, and the brand identity. From the space marketing standpoint, this study extracts differentiator of the housing cultural center from theoretical consideration to boom up of the housing cultural center and to build up its identification. Based on this analysis, the design identity element of the interior design of the housing cultural center is proposed by the actual and analytical cases. Such a future plan design identity elements in the design of the new housing cultural center is providing basic design guide line to recognize the importance.
A Study on the Analysis of Relational to Using Status and Connection with Space in Public Space of Platoon Kunsthalle
Yi, Bo-Hyeon ; Suh, Kuee-Sook ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 217~225
The meaning and role of public space has existed based on the periodical situation like history. The more the time has passed, the faster the meaning of it has changed. We can see the differences of it from the one which used to be. This study is about Platoon Kunsthalle which is so-called the complex cultural space. The purpose of this study is to show how the user is related to the program for the planning of the public space. It is based on the procedure of the research with absorbing the place. The people who are using the space are absorbed for knowing the user's action. And then, the specific actions are written and the status of the using space is photographed. The research is based on asking and answering about that. The result of this study is as follows : The first is that young people between 20's and 30's are using a hall comparing with other age through daily using of space and features of users. Also, Using between 7p.m. and 9p.m., a dinnertime, takes the first place and using of meals and beverages is major at lunch due to restaurant and bar. User behavior of "sitting" is the biggest part and the hall is used for the public purpose connected with "talking". The second is that the daily hall space is classified with the spacial area indirectly based on the condition. Also, it depends on the time and the using. The third is that the unusual hall space is depended on the program which is the role of leading the extention of using the space. That is why the program is important because it is effected directly to the way of using the space and the place of the furniture. I am looking forward that this study is the basic data for the planning of the public space in the complicated culture.
A Study on the Major Awareness and the Career Preparation of University Students Majoring in Interior Design - Focus on the students majoring in interior design at Daegu.Gyeongbuk State of University -
Kim, Su-Jung ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 226~235
The number of Korean university students was 4,273,000 and it took them 11 months to get a job after graduation in 2010, according to figures from the National Statistical Office. The purpose of this study is to examine the major awareness and the career preparation of university students majoring in interior design and to provide basic data about job expertise that students understand, the existing state of the career preparation and discrimination. This study collected data from students majoring in interior design at Daegu Gyeongbuk state of University. First, this study classifies the major awareness of students majoring in interior design. Second, this Study describes and analyzes the characteristics of the major awareness of students majoring in interior design by types. Third, this study investigates and analyzes the differences between the career preparations of university students majoring in interior design.
A Study on the Network and Space Planning of the Public libraries in Daegu City for Construction of Knowledge-Information infrastructure
Hwang, Mee-Young ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 236~244
As the digital information infrastructure is established for the public library system in the contemporary age, expectations and demands surrounding the public library system are growing rapidly as the place of exchange and enjoyment of information and culture, and as the place of life-long learning. In addition, a new kind of information & culture services are needed to meet the demands of contemporary men and women, who are exploring information as the information environment undergoes rapid changes - from increase in the volume of digital publications, to increase in the usefulness of online information resources, to strides made in the media industry. The public library will continue to play its role and function by providing to all users all available information, whether it's available online or offline, whether it's in a physical format or in a digital format. As such, design and management of a space appropriate as a new information environment are needed. It is deemed that an information infrastructure for Daegu that can improve the quality of life in the region and can increase user accessibility to information in this information age is needed, as well as reorganization of the pertinent environment. Therefore more public libraries have to be built in Daegu as a necessity, and it is urgently needed that the information services be expanded through an organic linkage between local libraries such as between the central library and the branch libraries. This paper aims to provide basic data for building of public libraries in Daegu. To establish an information infrastructure for Daegu, a direction is given for the establishment of a local network of public libraries and ways for improvement are explored. This paper is significant in that, first, it helps in the planning of a local network of public libraries, which plays a crucial role in improving accessibility to information as well as the level of their use; and second, it helps in setting up guidelines for spatial configuration of the user space. As for the method, quantitative review of the information environment is to be done by analyzing the present situation of the public library network in Daegu from the perspectives of region, facility, and space, in order to present a method of user-centered spatial configuration that meets the changes in social roles and forms of information in the contemporary society.
A Study on Natural Element Application Method for Creating Healing Environment in Hospital's Interior Space
Kim, Jeong-Ah ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 245~253
As interests towards health rapidly increase recently, interests and demand for hospital interior space are increasing as well. Therefore, most of today's hospitals that have been functionally designed are transforming into healing environments that consider psychological aspects, in order to assist patients forget about fear, desperation and have peace of mind. With such creation method of healing environment, natural elements can be applied to spaces in order to allow patients feel vitality, hope and adapt positive thinking, and these can eventually lead to affluent fusion of humans, nature and space. Through case analyses of how natural elements are applied to hospital's interior space, this study understands its characteristics. According to the findings, nature is largely classified into light, water, plant, stone/soil, and its application methods can be classified into center, transition, continuity, division, opening and closure. As evident from case analyses, application of natural elements to hospital's interior space promotes exchanges among patients through community formation, and achieves the effect of spatial concentration and public place. Also, ambiguity of exterior and interior boundary creates a sense of expansion and continuous effect, and can also provide a healing environment that can fully absorb natural environment open to patients. This study aims to be of service when designing hospital's interior space, with its natural element application method for healing environment research, and wishes for continuous studies on healing environments with more diverse methods.
Case Study for Revitalization of Abanoned Nordstern Mine as Industrial/Technological Cultural Properties in Germany
Kim, Hong-Gi ; Kim, Sei-Yong ; Chu, Beom ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 20, issue 5, 2011, Pages 254~261
Industrial/Technological Cultural Properties are closely related to contemporary life, and have played the dominant role as a bridge between the traditional architectural buildings and contemporary architectural buildings, reflecting the overall economical, social and cultural portraits of that time. Nowadays, due to various sprawling developments and new development-oriented urban policies, only a select few Industrial/Technological Cultural Properties are being protected, the rest facing with demolition and damages. In order to better cope with such situation, Korea has officially introduced the Registered Cultural Properties System since 2001, and began acknowledging the historical values of industrial buildings as modem cultural properties. Under this circumstances, purpose of this study is to analyze main project plans of each facility in Abanoned Nordstern Mine Gelsenkirchen in the state of Nordhein-Westfalen, that have been preserved and recycled as office spaces. and to bring out the main features of the plans, so that they can be utilized to find suggestions for Industrial /Technological Cultural Properties Revitalization.