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Volume 22, Issue 6 - Dec 2013
Volume 22, Issue 5 - Oct 2013
Volume 22, Issue 4 - Aug 2013
Volume 22, Issue 3 - Jun 2013
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A Study on Implementation of Culturenomics based on Placeness
Jung, Won-Wook ; Kim, Kai-Chun ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 22, issue 2, 2013, Pages 3~10
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2013.22.2.003
The study is motivated by methodological approach on how to apply the existing traditional placeness to the present age. Moreover, its purpose lies in establishment of character of place that not only embraces the existing meaning of place but also reflects on the new paradigm of space through culturenomics which embraces the core indexes of modern values such as economics, culture, and everything. Culture has a potential to create various values through its convergence with other fields, one of which is place. Place is essentially an original center of human existence. Culture is no more separated from daily life and people's way of life becomes a culture. In the a culture-oriented social system, design of place will be developed in a multi-dimensional way that accepts diversity and centers on relation. At our places experiencing placelessness through uniformity and modernization, this study has a significant meaning since it shows culturenomics may offer a solution to the direction of growth in the future.
The Analysis of Evaluation Items of Korea Green Building Certification Criteria in Office Building - Focusing on the Case Study of Office Building Certificated by GBCC from 2010 to 2012 -
Kim, Chang-Sung ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 22, issue 2, 2013, Pages 11~19
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2013.22.2.011
Korea Government have carried out various policies to save the Earth environment from global warming and environmental pollution. It has also executed the Green Building Certification Criteria(GBCC) in 2002. The GBCC of office building was executed in 2003 and was revised twice in 2010 and 2011. Concerns about green building construction were quite increasing to keep the building performances sustainable. The aims of this paper is to check the reliability of weighting factors and scoring difficulties in all assessment categories of GBCC and to suggest the amendment direction of the future assessment criteria for green building. For the study, the old and new version of GBCC were examined to present the revision direction of GBCC and the 10 cases certificated by the old and new version, respectively 5 were analysed to compare with the difficulties in obtaining the certification. According to the results of the study, the GBCC requires additional amendments about the assessment categories of the energy consumption monitoring and the building commissioning as required subjects in order to secure the building performances. In addition, the operation mamagement of the building need to be assessed more intensively.
A Case Study on the Evaluation of Small-Sized Apartment Houses in aspects of Universal Design - Focused on the 18 pyung Apartment Houses -
Oh, Chan-Ohk ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 22, issue 2, 2013, Pages 20~30
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2013.22.2.020
This study was intended to suggest that new small-sized apartment houses should be designed and provided on the base of the concept of universal design. This is based on the diversity of each resident, that is, resident of not as a family, but as an individual. On the background of this, this study evaluated the small-sized apartment house in aspects of universal design. The walk-through and the residents' evaluation were carried out by using 60 items related to the principles of universal design. The 18 pyung apartment complex and housing unit in Jangyou new town area was evaluated. Also, 100 residents living in that apartment housing unit were asked to evaluate these 60 items by using 5 point Likert scale. The walk-through with measuring and taking pictures was carried out by researchers. In general, the apartment house was not met the fundamental elements of universal design. Thus, it was not appropriate for the disabled or the elderly to live in. Specially, the door width of bathroom and kitchen balcony was too narrow to pass through. Also, the floor of entrance and bathroom was not flat, so that the wheelchair user cannot enter by alone. The residents evaluated negatively many items related to design, such as shape, color, and material. Therefore, in order to provide the living environments for diverse residents such as the elderly, or the disabled to live together, the new small-sized apartment houses should be designed on the base of the principles of universal design.
Comparing Traditionally Designed Restaurants in Korea and China with Emphasis on Their Traditional Design Elements
Peng, Si-Si ; Shin, Kyung-Joo ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 22, issue 2, 2013, Pages 31~38
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2013.22.2.031
In this study, we selected 12 typical traditional restaurants in Korea and China and analyzed their application of traditional design approach. Through this analysis, we tried to explore similarities and differences of Korean restaurants and Chinese restaurants in order to determine the preferable way to express their own traditional design. We categorized traditional design approach as cultural elements, designing method, coloring and materials. The results are as follows: First, following a tradition and interpreting a tradition are considered as compelling design methods to express traditional culture. However, when combining a traditional and a modern design approach, it is important to either strongly emphasize traditional design elements or use small number of traditional design elements as focal points in modern design restaurants. Second, when designing a traditional restaurant using modern design elements with traditional focal points, it is more desirable to follow and/or to interpret a traditional elements, rather than experimenting an excessively unconventional design. Moreover, the design elements of exterior of a restaurant shows the identity of the restaurant. Therefore, using traditional elements in the exterior helps recognizing the traditional characteristics and culture. On the other hands, for the interior of the restaurant, it is better to use modern design method and materials for the practical reasons, such as construction cost reduction and ease of construction. We also discovered that it is more effective to use traditional elements to the pattern and color. The results of this study will set a foundation for further research of developing a design guideline for traditional restaurants.
A Study on the Characteristics of Everydayness in Contemporary Architecture - Focused on the Contemporary Japanese Architectural Works -
Kim, Jeong-Suk ; Choi, Wang-Don ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 22, issue 2, 2013, Pages 39~47
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2013.22.2.039
The purpose of this study is to search for values and meanings of everydayness as a design concept by organizing concepts of 'everydayness' shown in contemporary architecture and systematically describing its characteristics through various analysis methods. 'Eerydayness' shown in contemporary architecture is defined and the criteria of case study are suggested, so that characteristics of everyday can be identified by systematically classifying and analyzing the Japanese cases in order to find the values and meanings of everydayness. The findings of this study are as follows: first, materials that show users' everydayness has indefinite potential as an element of architecture concept, and they play the role of communication and sympathy between architecture and users; second, implementation of everydayness leads to design emergence; third, everydayness can be widely applied to architecture; fourth, everydayness can be implemented regardless of architecture uses. In conclusion, the value of everydayness in contemporary architecture is that it draws user-based diverse and fresh architectural expressions that lead to opulent designs. To users, everydayness improves satisfaction of life gained from architecture and provides rich life environment because it changed common human life to a form of art.
A Study on the Design Characteristics of Boutique Hotels by Design Collaborations - Focus on examples of collaborations between industry and designers -
Lee, Min-Hee ; Kim, Moon-Hee ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 22, issue 2, 2013, Pages 48~57
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2013.22.2.048
With the environmental changes of the times, consumers expect new experiences and seek hotels with various leisure facilities and sensuous design rather than existing static and conservative ones. In particular, boutique hotels connected to all the aspects of lifestyle including architecture, culture, art and fashion are trying out a variety of designs through collaborations in the ways of enhancing their brand images in the design industry. Design through collaboration between different fields has an infinite possibility of breaking from classicism and creating a new type of space in hotel design. Thus, this study attempts to analyze a few cases of boutique hotels by collaborative design that has recently been vitalized and to seek for a direction by suggesting the methods of utilizing design by collaboration for the hotel industry that will further be expanded in the future. For this purpose, first, the theories of collaboration and boutique hotel will be reviewed and the characteristics will be drawn out based on the examples of boutique hotels to which collaborations have been applied by enterprises and designers. By analyzing and classifying the cases of the domestic and foreign boutique hotels through practical experiences among the hotels recently designed by the collaborations between enterprises and designers based on the basic frame of the five characteristics drawn out: identity, symbolism, temporality, locality and interaction, objective values will be drawn out and data for presenting the future orientation will be built. In the Korean hotel industry that is gradually expanding, boutique hotel designs through the appropriate collaboration between enterprises and designers should be considered for the extensive development of the future hotel industry.
Analysis of Preference Survey for the Media Facade Cases according to the Sensibility Keywords
Kim, Ju-Yeon ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 22, issue 2, 2013, Pages 58~67
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2013.22.2.058
The methods used in this study included investigation of media facades used for landmarks in downtown areas in previous studies, visits to these areas, and recording of media facades. The changes in the colors or the size of buildings were analyzed among the recorded cases and 12 of these cases were selected for further study. The sensibility preference of the media facades was evaluated by sorting the 12 kinds of media facades, and providing them as materials to a group of 60 participants (40 undergraduate and 20 graduate students majoring in architecture and design) consisting of an equal proportion of males and females. This study addressed the following four_stage questions: 1) Five questions of recognition evaluation about media facades and the cognitive evaluation items of emotional vocabulary and color preference in each research case; 2) sensibility preference items regarding the media facade color design; and 3) design evaluation items of the media facades; 4) Video clips and still images were recorded from a middle distance at 7p.m to 11p.m. in central New York, Singapore, Seoul, and Beijing. The participants looked at the changes in colors through the video clips in each case and evaluated their preferences through 23 pairs of emotional vocabulary items using system dynamics. Construction of an emotional vocabulary followed, based on previous studies about media facades and color design. To evaluate the sensibility preference and the perceived representative colors of the media facade, this study suggests new emotional responses that depended on the color emotional vocabulary of light in the LED lighting technical evaluation methodology. A media facade with a moving change of colors, unlike a fixed landscape color design, suggests a new communication method based on architectural factors. New architectural color coordination can be presented for urban landscapes at night. Designs that factor in the pedestrians' emotional vocabulary or preference should take precedence over the use of high luminance and various colors.
A Study on Expressive Aspects of Subversive Mimesis Found in Architectural Design - With a Focus on the Concepts of Appropriation and Détournment -
Park, Young-Tae ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 22, issue 2, 2013, Pages 68~80
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2013.22.2.068
This study is about expressive aspects of subversive mimesis found in architectural design under 2nd Modernity. Architectural works under 2nd Modernity are described based on pseudo-scientific positivism and philosophical ontology of Deleuze. However, subversiveness found in works of arts by architects such as Rem Koolhaas present a few complexities to relay on such a description. This is about 'subversiveness' which absorbs the positive and negative factors of modernity which has been multi-layered as 'cultural capital'. This study aims to identify meta-phenomenon as well as the specific correlations between expression and purposes of any work of art that is presented in the form of subversiveness. To achieve this aim, this study approached with the concepts of appropriation and detournment based on Adorno's subversive mimesis concept. Meta-phenomena of architectural design methods occur from relations of three, which are social reality, artist, and work of art. This was connected to productivity of mimesis practice of self-reference and self-examination, which was then, summed up from the perspectives of appropriation in pure arts and d
tournment of situationalists. Based on this work, subversive expressive characteristics of architecture under 2nd Modernity were framed from the perspectives of the absorption of cultural capital, reflection and negation, autonomy, instrumentality, and meta properties. In this way, this study found that Adorno's subversiveness should be effective for creative and methodological systemization in terms of interpretation of cognition, practice, and effect after materialization.
A Study on the Integrated Design Method of Architecture-Art-Nature found in Foundation Beyeler Museum
Kim, Jong-Jin ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 22, issue 2, 2013, Pages 81~88
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2013.22.2.081
Foundation Beyeler museum located near Basel, Switzerland is one of the most-visited art museum of the world. Although the entire volume of the museum is not huge, its art collection as well as the well-known museum building designed by Renzo Piano deserve to attract many visitors. The initial design was started in 1991 when the city of Basel decided to fund and support the project. Through a couple of design stages, the museum was finally opened to public in 1997. There have been various research papers dealt with general design issues of Beyeler museum such as composition of exhibition spaces, and natural lighting. However, this paper aims to study the design methods and relationship between art, architecture and nature. Although the museum building is located on the site quietly, there are various specific design solutions to create unique spatial experience of art and nature at each parts. This study focuses on 4 parts of the museum that are located on the main circulation. How art, architecture and nature are integrated together is the main target of the analysis. The analysis is based on visual-perceptual experience and spatial configuration. In chapter 2, general background of the project was studied. In chapter 3, characteristics of the site's natural environment and Piano's design concept's were examined. In chapter 4, each parts were analyzed in detail with diagrams. In chapter 5 & 6, the spatial characteristics were compared together and the fundamental role of the museum architecture was concluded.
A Study on the virtual line on Daniel Libeskind Architecture Space
Lee, Young-Sun ; Yoon, Sang-Young ; Yoon, Jae-Eun ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 22, issue 2, 2013, Pages 89~99
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2013.22.2.089
The comtemporary architecture has not an discourse on form and representative style, but a new architectural concept of the generative process through the various relationship of the urban context, the continuity of the time and the experience of the people. This architectureal concepts make new and various architectural attempts to have a virtuality. The viruality is a reality to coexist with the present in contemporary philosophy. Daniel libeskind makes various arhcitectural experimentative attempts to reveal his virtuality through his memory as the Jews and his unconscious virtuality. The 'line' has the connotation of architectural reality and virtuality. Every line drawn becomes architectural form for example, walls, windows and makes spaces, and reveal a boundary as a connection. Architecture's visibility understates and structures its invisible aspect, so that the visible and the invisible make the architecture together. Daniel libeskind maks the virtual lines having the invisible of unconsious, time, and place. He no longer divide the form of architecture, its spatiality from all the implications which it adresses beyond its own particular built time and place and public unconsious mind. He demands the 'virtual line' that remembers distress and the past and reveal the virtuality of time and place. The virtual line is the sentimental communication of architecture.
A study on the library of 'The Name of the Rose' as a Haptic space
Park, Miyoung ; Joh, Hahn ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 22, issue 2, 2013, Pages 100~111
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2013.22.2.100
The theories of optical/haptic perception provide us contrasting insights into the perception of space in movie and architecture. Through the lenses of these theories, this study aims to analyse the optical and haptical aspect of the medieval library of the film, The Name of the Rose. The dominance of vision over the other senses has been maintained by many philosophers, such as Plato, Aristotle, and Aquinas, and this trend leads to the development of the hierarchical and perspective space of Renaissance and Modern Architecture. Those conceptions of optical space help us not only identify space as clear and distinct three-dimensional entity but also separate the subject and the object. However, tactile/haptic perception is more useful to explain the experience of film and contemporary architecture than optical perception. This haptic space is developed by Alois Riegl, Walter Benjamin, and Gilles Deleuze. This study intends to search for the difference between two perceptions on the architectural space of the movie, examine the relation between architecture and human, space and user.
Study on Influences of Religious Philosophy upon Modern Creativity-art and Artistic Volition - Focus on the Ideas of 'Panentheism' appeared in Avant-Garde Building Artists in turns of Century -
Oh, Zhang-Huan ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 22, issue 2, 2013, Pages 112~119
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2013.22.2.112
This study focuses on an innate 'spiritual' quality of arts including building art, or a meaning of the religious philosophy of 'creativity-art'. In particular, this focuses, among two aspects in roots of modernism, especially on the irrational facet veiled by the name of 'a new' religious faith, rather than the rational such as the function. In fact, although modern Avant-gardes' religious philosophical faiths called by different names respectively have generally considered as one of the sources for their designs, nevertheless it had veiled because of the religious 'orthodoxy power' at that time. Arguably, as known well, the creativity of art is intimate relation with a religious ideas. Thus, for this purpose, this study treats this theme in central these three issues; Orientalism, Universalism, and Froebelianism which are intimate in the realm of religious philosophy. Ultimately, through a research on the universal religious philosophy in all three objects as keeping a quality not of pantheism but of 'Panentheism' emphasizing the individual's 'divine' artistic volition, this study deepens the understanding on the Creativity-art as the main characteristic of modernity. Namely, it is very important to draw a distinction between pantheism and Panentheism; because, through the pantheism, it is difficult to comprehend a stream and a characteristic of the twentieth new religious thoughts including those of modern avant-garde artists, as well as their existential free-will as a whole.
A Study on the Planning Elements for Eco-friendly Outdoor Playground
Kim, Ja Kyung ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 22, issue 2, 2013, Pages 120~130
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2013.22.2.120
Since Seoul city supplied 'Sangsang Children's Playground', domestic playgrounds are changing from formal facilities to creative play and learning space recently. From eco-friendly safe playground model development project, eco-friendly playground planning and its actual cases have been occasionally introduced. However, we could not know how well most playgrounds reflect eco-friendly features and whether they are eco-friendly or not because the definition about the concept of eco-friendly playground is inadequate and there are not the specific planning guidelines and evaluation standards for making the eco-friendly playground. Therefore, the development of guidelines for the construction of eco-friendly playground is required and evaluation guidelines for them should be made for the active dissemination of the actual eco-friendly playground and the proper construction of the eco-friendly playground. In this study, we defined the concept of eco-friendly outdoor playground and presented the types and characteristics of the playground based on the concept and suggested basic plan guidelines based on the existing requirements for becoming eco-friendly playground. For this purpose, we checked the plan's common points in the existing playground configuration requirements, installation standards, regulations, and safety standards, and offered the planning elements and guidelines through the analysis of outdoor space evaluation standard in eco-friendly safe playground guidelines and eco-friendly building certification system.
Proposed Color Scheme with Feng Shui Significance - Focused on the Bonmyeonggung of business owners -
Park, Hyo-Chul ; Lee, Seung-Noh ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 22, issue 2, 2013, Pages 131~139
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2013.22.2.131
The purpose of this study is to propose a new direction for color schemes of city signages to provide psychological stability to business owners and improve business value. Types of city sign color schemes and Feng Shui awareness of business owners were examined. Color schemes for signs were proposed, reflecting city landscape colors, color perception theory, and the Feng Shui Sangsaeng Sanggeuk theory. Results of the study can be summarized as follows. First, in order to secure colorscape quality of existing city buildings, signs should be small and consist of only three or fewer colors. Second, existing signage colors and the Feng Shui ideas of business owners have something in common with the five traditional cardinal colors. Thus, it can be interpreted that Feng Shui ideas are deeply rooted in the color use awareness of the Korean people. Third, background colors of signages can reflect the idea of innate Sangsaeng according to the Bonmyeonggung of business owners. The concept of acquired Sanggeuk can also be applied to other design elements such as characters. Fourth, as a second choice according to the function of sign, city landscape or preference of business owner, etc., the background color can remain a color of Sangsaeng, while other design elements such as characters can use a color scheme corresponding to Bihwasaek. Fifth, signs can create a statement and stand out using lightness contrast or saturation contrast theories. A variety of sign color schemes are also possible just by altering the lightness and saturation levels.
A Study on the Residents' Awareness on the Occurrence of Allergic Diseases in Residential Buildings
Kim, Sung-Hwa ; Jang, Mun-Young ; Lee, Jae-Hoon ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 22, issue 2, 2013, Pages 140~148
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2013.22.2.140
The purpose of this study is to examine the current status of allergic diseases associated with the housing environment and the psychological attitude of residents towards relevant risk factors. This study surveyed 1,200 people. In the first round, 200 participants were questioned through direct survey methods, while 1,000 participants filled out an online survey in the second round. Selected study subjects consisted of allergic diseases known to be closely related to housing environment factors. With advice from medical experts, the analysis included the examination of the prevalence status regarding five types of allergy-related diseases-allergic conjunctivitis, allergic rhinitis, allergic dermatitis, asthma and headache-with the range of disease incidence set within the past ten years. The survey was conducted on all age groups except those nine years old and younger, and the findings are as follows. Allergic diseases were found to be more prevalent among women than men. Residents identified effective methods for the alleviation and treatment of allergic diseases as ventilation, use of environmentally-friendly finishing materials, maintenance of a clean living space through cleaning or washing, and sunlight exposure. Residents' understanding of allergic diseases varied depending on their experience with such diseases and residential characteristics.
Study on Renovating Housings for the Disabled through Case Studies
Kim, Bong-Soon ; Park, Mi-Young ; Kim, Moon-Duck ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 22, issue 2, 2013, Pages 149~156
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2013.22.2.149
Men should be able to do whatever they want to and want to safely protected at home which is special domain for them. The disabled live mentally uncomfortable lives at home which should be a place where they should be comfortable and convenient. Renovation projects started in Incheon since 2009 by commencing renovation projects for the disabled by the government and welfare centers. Since the project is a program supported by the government or welfare centers thus priority on renovation was decided and carried out by in-depth interview to decide areas to renovate because of limited budgets. This paper is aimed to propose plans for renovating homes according to priority for renovation for dwellers when renovating homes for the disabled with limited budgets. Renovating home for the disabled can be broadly divided into physical, environmental, esthetic renovations, and physical renovation is a basic renovation for daily lives without restrictions in living and include easy movements, accesses to each rooms and adequacy of movement, easily accesses related with easily accessible distance and height, safety to prevent accidents caused by physical inabilities. Environmental renovation is general supports becoming the base of daily living and include control for controlling lighting, heating, air quality for comfortable environments in living space and pleasantness to maintain bright and pleasant interior with sufficient light. Esthetic renovation includes expression of identity by expressing image of one self and visual effects or spatial consideration for hobbies to enjoy comfortable and rich lives.
A Study on Application of the Interior Environmental Design Using Natural Elements in Underground Space of Urban Entertainment Center
Ha, Mi-Kyoung ; Kim, A-Hyun ; Lee, Hyo-Chang ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 22, issue 2, 2013, Pages 157~166
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2013.22.2.157
The underground space of urban entertainment center can do various roles for urban development. Especially, the design of underground space using natural elements is necessary to sustainable development of facilities. The purpose of this study is to propose the elements, characteristics and application around interior environmental design using natural elements in underground space of urban entertainment center. The research methods of this study are research references, survey and field-study. This study can be concluded as follows; First, the factors of interior environmental design using natural elements in underground space of urban entertainment center are 'landmarks expression of natural elements', 'introduction and planning of daylighting', 'planning of materials using natural images', 'planning of ecological footpath' and 'planning of energy recycling'. Second, pedestrian space and openspace considering regional context are necessary. Third, introduction of daylight and design of artificial lighting in underground space are needed to making eco-friendly environment. Fourth, landmark design using various natural elements in underground space is needed to provide eco-friendly amenity. Fifth, the interior environmental design using natural elements is needed to community space in underground space. Sixth, eco-friendly pedestrian space in underground space is necessary. Seventh, interior environmental design using natural elements is needed to the entrance of underground space of urban entertainment center.
A Study on Types of Strategies of Brand Communication and Analysis of a Case of Fashion Flagship Store applied with VMD Expressional Elements
Lee, Jeong-Yoon ; Jung, A-Young ; Kong, Soon-Ku ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 22, issue 2, 2013, Pages 167~175
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2013.22.2.167
This study aims to suggest a direction for interior space design for fashion flagship stores in the future where the brand identity can become correctly recognized by the consumers, and consumers can have various and differentiated experiences. As research method, theoretical concept review and case study on brand communication and VMD were used. Specifically, for review on brand communication, concept, strategies, and space types were explored, and, for review on VMD, concept, purpose, and expressive elements were researched. Also, the study looked at the relevance between and importance of strategy types of brand communication and VMD. Through these reviews, strategy types of brand communication and analysis criteria for VMD application were written based on the research and analysis of 8 cases in Korean and elsewhere. The results of this study is as follows: Based on marketing-oriented thinking with understanding of VMD, the plan must accurately understand the image and identity pursued by the brand, take into account the store layout, atmosphere, product concept, trend, and display, so that the store can communicate with the customers with cognitive consistency, diversity of senses, and differentiation from other companies. Currently, fashion flagship stores in Korea are concentrated on sales in expressing VMD, and, therefore, are difficult to deliver brand identity to consumers and they require diversity in expressive elements in doing so. Therefore, in the interior space design of fashion flagship stores in Korea, brand communication must enhance cognitive, behavioral, relationship, and culture marketing, and, requires confirming VMD expression in details by linking with brand communication and specific expressions based on it.
Case Study on Sustainable office space of the LEED Green Building in the United States - Focused on the Materials and Resources of Indoor Evaluation Factors -
Ha, Sook-Nyung ; Han, Young-Ho ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 22, issue 2, 2013, Pages 176~185
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2013.22.2.176
(Background)In modern industrial society, the design industry failed to observe the law of nature, destructing it. Regardless its intention, the design industry destructed the environment so that it can't maintain the future life because of waste and disaster. For the purpose, it is important to adopt the technology to reuse the waste resource generated by building or minimize the damage to environment for the resource that can't be recycled. (Methods)On the assumption that the material and resource can be an alternative plan for the design that can make environment be sustained, the study analyzed materials and resources out of superior office space of USA, which were selected by LEED Green Building Rating System. (Results)The analysis result revealed that all cases reused main structural part of existing building and indoor and various materials were reused or recycled. Especially, the materials without or with low amount of VOCs and formaldehyde were used. In order to reduce construction waste, the finish of existing building was exposed as it was, 50% of reused materials were used or disassemblable materials were used. When regional materials are used, there is an advantage to reduce transportation cost and recycle the materials rapidly. Lastly, the environment-friendly certified by FSC was used in all cases. (Conclusion)After all, the material is one of the space design strategies sensitive to environment so it is important to select good material. Harmless, environment-friendly materials applied to sustainable office space contribute to the creation of healthy environment. In addition, the use of recycled materials and reused materials to minimize waste is also essential factor for creating sustainable space.
A Study on the Expression Method and Characteristics of Ecology Design in Commercial Space
Lee, Jin-Young ; Seo, Ji-Eun ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 22, issue 2, 2013, Pages 186~193
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2013.22.2.186
In the commercial space, the modern consumers want to consume not only product but also culture. Thus, the modern commercial space tries to induce the customer's concern and purchase to the differentiated design. The introduction of this 'the natural element' delivers the pleasure and stability to the consumer buying process and availability is enlarged. Therefore, the purpose of study is gain that expression and characteristic method of the natural element in the commercial space. The detailed study method are as follows. First, the study looks into the natural element expression tendency in the modern space. Second, the expression type of the natural element was classified as 'Reappearance', 'Transformation', and 'Fuse' based on the preceding research. And according to the content of the expression type, subdivided method of 'Inclusion' and 'Replication' of 'Reappearance' and method of 'Imitation' and 'Association' of 'Transformation' and method of 'Juxtaposition' and 'Combine' of 'Fuse'. Third, the result of analyze the characteristic of expression of the natural element of the besides the commercial space case 20 place is as follows. First, 'Inclusion' of 'Reappearance' introduced the external scenery or planned garden as the inside through the opening. 'Replication' is used for decorative purposes or functional purposes as the natural element. 'Imitation' of 'Transformation' imitated the form, pattern, and color of the natural element and was mainly expressed in the wall and objet. The method of 'Association' expressed the concept of the natural element for the whole of the space and a portion of the wall and objet repetitively. As for 'Juxtaposition', mixture of 'Reappearance' had a good visual effect, because it can be obtained the external-internal nature. As for 'Combine', mixture of 'Replication' and 'Imitation' was the most common method. Thus, the study results are expected to be utilized as base date in designing the commercial with development of the natural element application method.
A Study on Space of Conversion Communication Method through Materials in Commercial Space - Focusing on Domestic and International Commercial Spaces in 2008~2012 -
Ji, Ju-Yeon ; Seo, Ji-Eun ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 22, issue 2, 2013, Pages 194~202
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2013.22.2.194
Commercial spaces are very sensitive in terms of trend and uniqueness, and many elements expressing space coexist together with brilliant ideas aiming to attract consumer attention and even induce sudden desire of purchase. Coexistence in space is expressed in various ways and out of those ways, representation by material is especially apparent. The application of material does not individually influence the expression of space, but the characteristics of multiple materials applied contribute to the distinction of space through mutual communication. This study intends to analyze how conversion is centered to express the distinction of space through materials communicated in space. The detailed study results are as follows. First, the conversion expression method of material resulted as 'Substitution', 'Contrast', 'Assimilation', 'Creation'. These four was divided and analyzed into 'Time', 'Space', 'Genre'. As a result of this analysis, such significances were shown as 'Contrast' in 'Time', 'Substitution' in 'Space', and 'Assimilation' in 'Genre'. Second, the conflict due to heterogeneity by conversion of 'Contrast' in 'Time' through past and current materials appeared to induce interest amongst consumers. Third, within 'Space', 'Substitution' of natural/artificial materials was noticeably applied. This is evaluated as a constructive way of expressing natural forms into artificial forms further intending to provoke attention and stimulate emotion. Fourth, in conversion through 'Assimilation' in 'Genre', rather than using materials only from other areas, synchronizing it by combining architectural materials is an effective method. Such results are thought to be a distinctive design method that draws attention of customers by communicating disparate materials in commercial space. Thus, the study results are expected to be utilized as an elementary resource in designing commercial space with character and high satisfaction.
A Study on Characteristics of Space Composition for Exhibition and Convention Facilities - Focused on the Function Distribution and Area Composition -
Park, Tae-Sung ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 22, issue 2, 2013, Pages 203~210
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2013.22.2.203
The purpose of this study was to investigate and analyze the function and scale on aspect of construction planning with examples of exhibition and convention facilities constructed recently in domestic and foreign area. Also, it was to provide the result for basic data for construction planning and architecture of similar facilities constructed later. The study methodles, but they had characteristics to use the space with compound purpose for exhibition, conference, etc through installing multi-purpose hall. Finally, for effective construction planning of exhibition and convention facilities, it was required to decrease the ratio of common area gradually and derive rationalization of whole space composition by deriving complexity of function rather than planning of single purpose of each facility for exhibition and conference function. was to analyze the characteristics of construction planning for composition and scale of exhibition, conference, public use, support, maintenance functions, etc and placement composition of unit rooms by each floor on the basis of internal area of exhibition and convention facility in Korea and Japan. As the result of analyzing 10 examples(K1~J5), the placement of auditorium and multi-purpose hall was affected according to location of exhibition room and conference room in the composition of unit rooms by each floor and the installment ratio of support facility in Korean examples was higher than in Japanese examples. In case of facility scale, the Japanese examples were overall small in the whole scale relatively to Korean examp.
A Study on the Environmental Planning Guidelines for Crime Safety at Elementary School settings
Byun, Gi-Dong ; Ha, Mi-Kyoung ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 22, issue 2, 2013, Pages 211~219
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2013.22.2.211
The purpose of this study is to propose the environmental planning guidelines of elementary school settings for a crime safety. The research methodologies To achieve the goal, the literature review analysis and the survey were used as main research methodologies. The survey is organized as follows. First, elementary education facilities were divided into 20 spaces based on the major space. Second, after analyzing the domestic and foreign CPTED Guidelines, elements of environmental planning were classified to fit in the space. Based on this, the expert survey was conducted. The results of this study are as follows; First, it is necessary to consider specific places such as 'toilets', 'parking lot', 'in-between space', 'main access road', 'sub-access road' and 'harmful facilities around school' for safer school environment. Second, it is significant to plan 'equipment facilities' and 'outdoor space in the school setting' with priority for elementary education environment. Third, environmental planning elements for safer elementary schools can be classified into 9 factors(types) including 'natural surveillance planning', 'territoriality reinforcement planning', 'mechanical surveillance planning', 'access control planning' and 'neighborhood reinforcement planning'. Forth, regarding 'indoor space', crime-free elementary school environment can be build through 'natural surveillance planning' and 'territoriality reinforcement planning'. Finally, regarding 'outdoor space', the crime can be prevented through 'natural surveillance planning' and 'access control planning'.
A Study on Characteristics of Knowledge Information Construction & Transfer in the Library Space
Hwang, Mee-Young ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 22, issue 2, 2013, Pages 220~229
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2013.22.2.220
Recently, the volume of knowledge information in the form of electronic media is quickly increasing in the library field along with the advancement of electronic communication technology. Libraries have both printed data and electronic data and are faced with the issue of corresponding with the access and use of knowledge information in terms of the space. This study is for building the layout of a sustainable knowledge information space based on the view that the library is the official infrastructure of the knowledge information based society. It is intended to analyze the meaning of knowledge information in the modern society, characteristics in the spatial organization and the transmission of knowledge information. The goal of this study is to understand and forecast the spatial structure where users access knowledge information and exchange with one another and developing the direction and guidelines for the spatial plan that today's libraries prefer through this analysis. For this, this study firstly prepared the base for the research on library space which can be considered as the physical realization of such concepts, through the theoretical review about the knowledge information and social concepts as well as characteristics of modern society. Also, it seized the characteristics in the transmission of knowledge information by conducting a structural analysis of the information service such as knowledge information and space, space and information media, space and space through the cases of 10 public libraries. The analysis resulted in basic data including the system of organizing knowledge information, system of knowledge information transferring elements and structure, and layout pattern of each library. These results are deemed meaningful for the promotion of communication with the user through the exchange, creation, and experience of knowledge information, the social role of today's public library.