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Volume 24, Issue 6 - Dec 2015
Volume 24, Issue 5 - Oct 2015
Volume 24, Issue 4 - Aug 2015
Volume 24, Issue 3 - Jun 2015
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Volume 24, Issue 1 - Feb 2015
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A Study on the Holistic Spatial Design Elements for Service User Experiences in Healthcare Facilities
Chun, Sookyung ; Nam, Kyung-Sook ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 24, issue 4, 2015, Pages 3~13
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2015.24.4.003
For last decades, the interests and efforts to enhance healthcare facility users' experience is focused on improving facility environments for healing (Delvin, 2003) and servicescapes in order to meet the users' needs (Becker, 2008; Seunghee, 2011). In the emerging experience economy, customer want experiences and they're willing to pay for the experiences and memories not goods. (Pine, J. & Gillmore, J., 1999). It is important to identify what supports customer experiences and how they perceive the experiences in healthcare environments and it will provide important information for healthcare planners, managers, architects, and interior designers. This study examines the service user experience design elements from a User Experiences design perspective. It focuses on healthcare facilities as user experience elements and build up a conceptual framework that outlines service user experience design elements in healthcare facilities. Literature review and case studies were conducted to build the service user experience design elements according to affordance theory. Findings from this study shows that service user experience design elements were introduced and newly developed which can be categorized into three factors; 1) Functional experiences in the physical environments (safety, accessibility, self-directiveness), 2) emotional expression and cognitive experiences (identifiability/clarity, natural features/pleasant environment, aesthetic elements/playful space, media richness), 3) social relational experiences(closeness, privacy, communication with staff, integrated system). These service user experience design elements will help healthcare facility designers to understand what customer experiences, how they increase the satisfaction, and how they improve facilities for modeling the industry's best practices.
A Study on Wooden Assembly Methods Appeared in Kuma, Kengo's Works
Uhm, Heechoon ; Baik, Seung-Yeon ; Park, Jin-Ho ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 24, issue 4, 2015, Pages 14~22
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2015.24.4.014
This study deals with a comparative analysis of wooden assembly methods between Japanese traditional architecture and Kuma, Kengo's works. Kuma, Kengo has known as an architect who pursues Japanese architectural traditions with integrated solutions for built and natural environments, and expresses a deep commitment to unexpected use of materials such as stone and wood with the clarity of structural solutions. Accordingly, his architecture focuses on the appreciation of the spatial relationship with the surrounding, its local characters, and the selection of materials. This article first examines two of wooden assembly methods that have been shown in Japanese traditional architecture such as 'two-way system' and 'one-way system'. And then, Kuma, Kengo's wooden assembly methods in his works are analyzed and compared in relation to Japanese wooden assembly methods to find out similarities and differences between them. Then, it concludes that Kuma, Kengo's approach is not only relying on the methods of Japanese traditional architecture, but also exploring creative ways beyond traditional assembly methods.
Developing a Checklist and Evaluation of Public Senior Centers - Focused on Seocho-gu Seoul Public Senior Center -
Kwon, Hye-Jin ; Shin, Kyung-Joo ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 24, issue 4, 2015, Pages 23~32
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2015.24.4.023
This research tried identifying the current status of Gyongrodangs to find solutions to the problems of the oldest old through revitalization of the existing senior centers. With 31 national and public Gyungrodangs in Seocho-gu, Seoul as research subjects, the research contents include a survey of the facilities including main exit doors, living rooms and lounges, kitchens, and rest rooms in the Gyungrodangs by the checklist, and as the research tool a laser finder, measuring tapes, and cameras were used. The checklist was used as the research method to investigate main exit doors, living rooms and lounges, kitchens, and rest rooms. Based on the research results, the following conclusions are presented. The safety-related items of the public Gyungrodang facilities were reaching a critical level. They need to equip emergency exit routes, install exit lights and alarm bells, and teach how to use them. After that, the issue of rest room would be raised; the oldest old had difficulty in using the rest room with no consideration of universal design(UD), so installation of grab bars is needed around toilets, washstands, and urinals. Besides them, although absence of the western style furniture without consideration of users' ages caused inconvenience of using, there are no solutions due to the limited space. Unnecessary equipment such as treadmills which only occupy spaces without users should be thrown away and replaced with the furniture people would use like tables with supplement of furnitures to lie down and rest. Overall, the current Gyongrodang Facilities lack systems and need standardized management, in which the checklist this researcher developed and used in evaluating the present conditions could be recommended. It is expected that the evaluation system of senior centers would be arranged through this checklist, so that systematic service supply could be possible in the better facility environment.
A Study on the Liminal Space Characteristics of Contemporary Architecture - Focused on of Herzog & de Meuron's Architecture -
Park, Hwa-Young ; Won, Yu-Jin ; Lee, Chan ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 24, issue 4, 2015, Pages 33~42
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2015.24.4.033
A variety of attempts for trends to overcome the limits of the uniform styles and a fixed dichotomous structure and thoughts, have been made. This research aims to apply and analyze the application of concepts of the liminal space of contemporary architecture based on the destructive inclination of post-structuralism and the theories of philosophers. Space of the past was recognized for a long time focused on functions and styles that support the building. In modern and contemporary spaces, however, the boundary of contemporary space has been blurred with the mingling of cultural phenomenon. In other words, new architectural approaches of expression have been attempted such as structure, styles and materials, in combination of diversified concepts. And, the concept of liminal space is useful to identify the multi-layered and fluid characteristics. This study examines various characteristics of expression on the liminal space characteristics of comtemporary architecture tbased on Herzog and de Meuron's architecture. The result will help us understand the expression and characteristics of the liminal space that belongs nowhere among their architectural spaces. The analysis of the ases of Herzog and de Meuron will play a crucial role in developing new possibilities of modern space and contemporary space of the future.
In Lighting Design, Space Accessibility of Vertical Elements of the Light
Cha, In-Ho ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 24, issue 4, 2015, Pages 43~50
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2015.24.4.043
In lighting design and lighting in the light of how the physical space rather than the amount of light metering is implemented in the same space as horizontal illuminance and luminance study of the spatial analysis as a basis for improving the quality of scientific and cognitive aspects analyzed the vertical component of the light. Vertical component of the light and the ability to interpret the information space can be secured more easily sense the brightness of a small area compared to the horizontal components of electrical energy, due to the contrast between the dark and the surrounding induce customers to public facilities or commercial space The pedestrian aids to facilitate the determination of the copper. In addition, to secure the brightness of the overall sense of space allows to have a sense of comfort to lower the tension of the space. The vertical component of light also has a deep relationship to improving the quality of light in electrical energy savings increase the accessibility of space, space, nightscape in the humanities also contribute to environmental and looking for one trillion people in the city in terms of cultural development and identity There.
A Study on Bergson's Simultaneity Revealed in Modern Spaces
Lee, Sang-Jun ; Lee, Chan ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 24, issue 4, 2015, Pages 51~60
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2015.24.4.051
This study aims to establish the foundation for a simultaneity research, draw the potential through Bergson's simultaneity, and explore a space with the possibility of a continued change, focusing on the simultaneous process, in which physical mobility and consciousness of space last together. First, this study was focused on understanding Bergson's simultaneity, on the basis of the perspective that space needs to have more active, dynamic mobility. For understanding Bergson's simultaneity, the understanding of Bergson's duration conception, memory and perception was preceded. After that, the characteristics of simultaneity were extracted from the concepts of duration, change, memory and perception and its characteristics, which are connected to space, were analyzed. As a result, the study on simultaneity that was intensively analyzed, based on diverse cases, re-awakened the basis of value or thought, which we must aim at, in space design of the present time. This shows the possibility of another creative form that can be found in spaces of the present time and serves as the foundation to discover an essential and potential value of space in space design. Moreover, the combination of space with science, humanities, art and digital media technology demonstrated once again that there is a good possibility of approaching non-representational space that is pursued today and it is anticipated that using Bergson's simultaneity as a medium for spatial combination in their relationship would help in drawing deeper internal meaning and potential of space.
A Study on the Characteristics of Spatial Expression on Catalogs - Focused on the Catalogs published from IKEA since 1950 to 2015 -
Kim, Jae-Sung ; Lee, Won-Jea ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 24, issue 4, 2015, Pages 61~69
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2015.24.4.061
The purpose of study is not only analyzes the space images expressed with mass-produced furniture of the time and economy throughout the cover pages of IKEA published catalogs since 1951 to 2015 but also is set to deduct the characteristics of spatial expression regarding the usage of digital media applied catalogs which is to be published along with the 2015 catalog. Thus, throughout research of basic literature such as domestic and foreign academic material, books, and websites, the theoretical consideration of the meaning of IKEA's pursuit of selling manufactured furnitures is foregone. Based on the above, Analyze and organize periodically applied interior space in accordance with context characteristic by understanding the attribute of catalogue from expansion of media space applied new digital media. The importance of research on IKEA is not only the quality of products designed by them, but emotional aspect that deeply penetrate customer's actual daily life. Implication of digital media message to advertisement is a important role in society that shares digitalized information. IKEA's innovative attempt of connection to new world using traditional method of marketing expression and smart device may help people better understand space.
A Study on the Satisfaction of Service Design of Food and Beverage Flagship Stores
Kim, Hye-Ji ; Han, Hae-Ryon ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 24, issue 4, 2015, Pages 70~79
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2015.24.4.070
The concept of food and beverage space in modern society is changing into complex space where various experiences are provided. With the increase of food service brands, those brands are getting standardized. Providing more differentiated experience and service became an element of competition to companies. The flagship stores among stores presented by companies have much influence on promotion and sales. Thus, it would be necessary to provide integrated service by adopting service design process for the differentiated design of such experiential space. The objective of this study is to examine the satisfaction of service design of food and beverage flagship stores. By creating a checklist to evaluate the space through the theoretical consideration of flagship stores and service design, the satisfaction of service design of food and beverage flagship stores was analyzed. Through the survey with users of the case space, it was possible to check the satisfaction of the service design elements applied to the food and beverage flagship store space. The satisfaction with service design was evaluated through the 5point scale. When the average point was high, the satisfaction with service design elements was high. In the results of the analysis, regarding the spatial composition of flagship stores, the overall interior/exterior atmosphere should contain the image of the company. As flagship stores compose space that can express various event space and company itself on top of the space for sales, they should present the spatial composition differentiated from other general commercial spaces. The significance of a study on service design of flagship stores is to show positive effect on flagship store space. In the future, it would be necessary to have comparative analysis on domestic and foreign cases applied with the service design process, and also to analyze the strategies in the aspect of service design.
A Study on the Utilization of Co-Housing Community Facilities in the User-Oriented Design Perspective - Focusing on the Case of So-Haeng-Ju No.1, No.2, and No.3 -
Lee, Jin Woo ; Lee, Joo Young ; Ma, Wen Hao ; Hwang, Yeon Sook ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 24, issue 4, 2015, Pages 80~90
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2015.24.4.080
This study aims to improve plans by analyzing spatial compositions of cohousing common houses, their role depending on the types of users and spaces, and satisfaction from the user-oriented design perspective. For this study, a basic concept was examined based on previous studies and literature reviews. So-Haeng-Ju(Happy House with Communication) Houses 1, 2, and 3 in Seongmisan Village was analyzed. As well, interviews with residents of these houses were conducted to analyze the role of user behavior in common house depending on the types of users and spaces. As a result, it was found that there were common characteristics of roles in an exchange with neighbors, cooperative child-care, and residents' meetings. The time and behavioral types were different depending on the living patterns, characteristics, and family members of residents. User satisfaction with the locations of community facilities including communal kitchen and communal living room, the composition of rooms, communication with residents, and the connection between communal living space and personal living space, was above the average. However, user satisfaction with storage facilities, or defect repair and facility maintenance was low. Most of cohousing common house users were satisfied with the use and size of spaces, and a sense of community, including communication with neighbors beyond the environment and Seongmisan Village. In conclusion, a realistic alternative is required for future cohousing by developing a system regarding human resources networks and cost bearing issues.
Evaluation of Seasonal Daylighting Performance according to Window Compositions of Double Skin Facades
Lim, Tae-Sub ; Kang, Seung-Mo ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 24, issue 4, 2015, Pages 91~98
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2015.24.4.091
Double skin façade is known that several features affected the building energy and daylighting performance. That is why the envelope is able to consist of all architectural materials such as glass, aluminum, wood and insulation for vision of residents and workers in buildings. Its specifications is very diverse according to the building designers and building owners. In recent times, visual environment became a major focus and resulted in the development of cutting edge engineering of diverse glazing systems and shading devices by growing interests of friendly environment. Thus this research has evaluated the fluctuations of interior lighting and atmospheric conditions based on double skin facade systems. Especially in terms of daylighting environment as dependent on solar variations, this research provides quantitative analysis of interior lighting conditions and how it affects the living conditions as well as improve the design of interior spaces.
Characteristics of Pre-Elderly's Housing Mobility Living in Seoul and New Towns in the Capital Area
Kwon, Oh-Jung ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 24, issue 4, 2015, Pages 99~110
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2015.24.4.099
The purpose of this study is to identify pre-elderly's housing mobility related characteristics (reasons for moving, change of personal life after move, housing attachment, and plan to future move) and to examine the associations between their socio-demographic characteristics and housing characteristics, and their housing mobility related characteristics. A total of 200 usable data were collected through personal survey using a questionnaire developed by the researcher. Samples were selected in Seoul and new towns in the capital area and a survey conducted from February, 2014 to December, 2014. For the analyses, descriptive statistics, factor analysis, t-test and ANOVA were used. The most frequently mentioned reasons for moving were 'a good place for nature and retirement life'. Age, education level, liiving expenses, locaion, tenure status, and housing size were the variables to show significant difference to reasons for moving. Respondents experienced positive personal life changes after moving, especially, 'physical health' and outgoing activity'. Respondents who moved to a new town was more positively changed. Personal life changes was the most important variable associated with 3 factors of housing attachment. Location, tenure status, housing size were the major variables to show differences to housing attaachment. Also, personal life changes after moving and housing attachment were the important variables affecting a plan to future move. In other words, the respondents who do not plan to future move showed higher positive life change and strong housing attachment.
An Eco-Friendly Residential Housing Design Guideline as an Elderly Housing Alternative
Lee, Jin Woo ; Nam, Kyung-Sook ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 24, issue 4, 2015, Pages 111~123
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2015.24.4.111
This study aims to suggest 'an eco-friendly residential housing design guideline as an elderly housing alternative' by mixing the concept of a 'senior citizen community' housing environment with the concept of an 'eco-friendly' housing environment, based on the directivity of an elderly housing alternative for surviving in a super-aged society and the directivity of a sustainable housing environment for providing against global warming. Basically, this study considered the directivity of 'an eco-friendly residential building as an elderly housing alternative' by analyzing housing environment elements and elements to be considered in an elderly housing environment and setting the directivity of an elderly housing environment, which reflects the change in the design paradigm. In relation to the concept of universal design, for considering the perspective of elderly users, existing elements were compared and major planning elements were applied to the scope of complex planning, communal space and housing unit space. In relation to the concept of eco-friendly design, also, a guideline was re-organized and planning elements were applied to each category by comparing domestic and foreign green building certification systems. Based on domestic and foreign authorized guidelines of universal design and green building certification systems, this study was focused on suggesting an eco-friendly residential housing design guideline as an elderly housing alternative to make users perceive the need for a specific indoor environment design guideline and system.
Characteristics of Expression of Place Identity Shown in the Public Design of Choryang Ibagu-gil
Yeo, Mi ; Lee, Chang No ; Choi, Kang Rim ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 24, issue 4, 2015, Pages 124~134
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2015.24.4.124
This study aims to identify the characteristics of expression of place identity shown in public design of Choryang Ibagugil in Dong-gu, Busan and analyze them from physical aspects and from psychological ones. Choryang Ibagugil has special historicity indicating that it is a hillside road(Sanbokdoro) dwelling site created after the 6.25 Korean War and the quintessence of Busan. In addition, the site is a good example that used the topographic characteristics as they were and used the road for movement called as 'gil' to design public environment. Ibagugil connected to Sanbokdoro (i.e. Mangyang-ro) starting from the big road (Busan Station) where there was a large floating population represented the regional identity to public design by the medium of 'gil.' As a result of analyzing the characteristics of expression of place identity based on the current status discovered, our conclusions could be drawn as follows: First, place forms identity under interpersonal relationships and there is a story on the lives of people in the contexts between place and identity. Second, place identity is an independent specialty of a certain place and expression of place identity into public design makes the place more place-like. Ibagugil expressed its identity while adapting to the topographic characteristics of hillside road(Sanbokdoro). Third, adjacent public buildings were included into Ibagugil, thus highlighting the placeness, although it is considered that it is ambiguous to determine it as public design in the current-status analysis. Fourth, from the public value aspect, slumized hillside road(Sanbokdoro) was improved, which led to improvement in quality of environment and improvement in pride of local residents. Resultingly, it can be said that the place identity appeared in the public design of Choryang Ibagugil were the stories that happened in this place. Moreover, the indication of future image of how the place will be developed in the future makes the value of the place more significant. Therefore, in public design for expressing place identity, utilization of independent speciality of the site is considered to be an important factor. By doing so, 'place becomes a real place' and 'place can get an independent identity.' Going further, it comes to get the characteristics of 'being the place as it is.'
A Study on the User-centered Patients' Room Planning Criteria - Focused on the Analysis of the Planning Criteria in Korea, Japan, Germany, U.S., and Australia -
Shin, Eun-Gyeong ; Park, Soo-Been ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 24, issue 4, 2015, Pages 135~142
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2015.24.4.135
The goals of healthcare design based on the human rights to manage physically, psychologically, and emotionally healthy life. The healthcare designs, however, have been criticized not to reflect their primary users, patients' and families' needs, under the management strategy centered by the functional efficiency. The study focused on the patients' room design on the users' perspective. The design criteria for the patients' room in Japan, Germany, Australia, U.S. and Korea were examined and compared. The subjects of analysis are the floor plans of general hospital recently planned and built in Korea and Japan and the standard floor plan models proposed by prior studies in Korea and AusHFG in Australia. Results and conclusions are as follows: (1) the patients' room has developed as a place where the users manage their living during inpatient period and has become a private room. (2) The guidelines for patients' room size in Korea and Japan are not enough considering the users' diverse activities compare to those in U.S. and Australia. (3) The guidelines of Korea should be reconsidered for the users' comfortable lives. It must include the specific criteria of the enough space between beds, the storages, and other assistant tools and facilities. (4) The desirable types of patients' rooms by the numbers of users in Korea are proposed as a one-bed room type and a four-bed room type.
A Study on Usage and Space Planning in Subject Specialization of University Library for Major
Chang, Ari ; Hwang, Yeon-sook ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 24, issue 4, 2015, Pages 143~151
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2015.24.4.143
This study was conducted under the premise that the university library's subject specialization room is in need of major modifications in order to accommodate the needs of various majors. The subject specialization room will be able to support university library users who are inclined to use the general reading room. Therefore, the study presents spatial planning for the average university library's subject specialization room by taking into account student majors. This could be a guideline for the construction and renovation of university libraries in the future. The summary of results for this study and the conclusions are as follows: 1)Natural sciences subject specialization room should be, partially connected with the humanities/social science subject specialization room in order to provide an open-concept reference room. In the shared area connecting the two subject specialization rooms needs to be installed a staff counter and subject specialist librarian service booth for users of both subject specialization rooms. 2)For humanities/social sciences subject specialization room, partially connect with the natural sciences subject specialization room. In the connecting area between the two rooms, plan an open-concept lounge for resting and reading. 3)It is best to plan subject specialization room for art/music/physical education majors separate from the subject specification room of other majors. Structurally separate art/music/physical education major subject specialization rooms from the building or plan a separate room in an art/music/physical education building. Users of art/music/physical education majors showed a high preference for a spatially separated and specialized library structure, which proves that an art/music/physical education library need to be planed based on the specialized library structure found in law school libraries or medical school libraries. Plan the center of the room with open-concept based reading room. Use wall-sides, partitions, or shelves to create reading space separate from the shelving area.
A Study on the POE by Residential Characteristics of Child inpatients in a Hospital - Focused on the Caregivers of Child Inpatients -
Ha, Ji-Min ; Park, Soo-Been ;
Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal, volume 24, issue 4, 2015, Pages 152~160
DOI : 10.14774/JKIID.2015.24.4.152
This paper proposes high quality of healthcare environments for a user-oriented children's hospital by identifying the user needs according to residential characteristics of the child, especially the hospitalization period. Caregivers, mostly parents of children in a children's hospital, participated in a questionnaire survey. The user's demands, satisfaction and hospital environment assessment were measured. A total of 103 copies of the questionnaire were finally collected and analyzed. The data was processed statistically using SPSS WIN 18.0 Version software. The results and conclusions are as follows. 1)The participants were categorized into three groups according to the hospitalization period of the child (less than 7 days, 7-20 days, and more than 21 days). 2)When the patients stayed longer in the hospital, their satisfaction was lower and their demands were higher. The long-term group required a more spacious bathroom for the child inpatients and their caregivers as well as sufficient individual storage spaces that are appropriate for the length of stay. 3)The longer they were hospitalized, the more negative they evaluated the hospital environment. These results suggest that the period of hospitalization is one of the crucial factors that impact the user's satisfaction and demands. Therefore, it is necessary to identify the design factors such as territoriality, privacy, accessability, and aesthetics to improve the satisfaction of the long-term child inpatients and their caregivers.