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독일 현대건축 사조

  • Song, Min-Gu
    • Korean Architects
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    • no.9
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    • pp.2-8
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    • 1972
  • 현대건축조류를 더듬어 원고를 정리하고 있는데 그 이유는 필지 불어 올 북의 거센 바람에 맞서는 다시말하여 건축이라는 창작활동에 있어서도 사상적으로 마음을 가다듬고 사물을 정확히 파악하여 이에 대비하려는 마음에서이다. 원고의 일부인 일차대전후에서 기능주의의 시작까지를 회지에 기고하였다. 물론 독일표현주의가 더 많은 지면을 찾이 하여야 할 것이다. 기회가 있으면 그 다음을 계속하겠고 독자 여러분의 참고가 될는지 모르겠다.

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A Study on the Thermal Properties of Architectural Greenery System Typology Based on the Contemporary Architectural Trend (현대건축경향에 입각한 건축물녹화시스템 유형의 열적물성치에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Tae-Han;Lee, Ju-Hee;Kim, Chul-Min
    • KIEAE Journal
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    • v.13 no.1
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    • pp.65-74
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    • 2013
  • Recently, greenery system is frequently applied on buildings and artificial grounds to improve urban ecological functionality. Specifically, architectural greenery is also known as an architectural language that can meet the sustainable design concept of architects. Although the architectural greenery system can be optimized through an interdisciplinary approach between architecture, horticulture and landscape- architecture, there is a problem of communication on the ideal gap between them. Therefore, this study is expected to establish the comtemporary architecture as hi-tech and the organic architecture in internationalism. Moreover, it can analyze the case study on architectural greenery system designed by a Pritzker Prize winner who represents the comtemporary architectural trend. In this analysis, we calculate and compare the U-value of the free-form surface system based on the international standards: ISO and CIBSE etc. Moreover, we calculate a change of artificial soil transmittance respect on compounding ratio of the bottom ash and pearlite. In the case of California Academy of Science by Renzo Piano, total transmittance of the greenery system results in 48% of domestic thermal insulation standard in dry condition. This result will be used as a basic study to promote developing the advanced system based on the concept of consilience.

A Study and Evaluation of Japanese Design Group "Keiji Kobo" -especially on the designs of Toyokuchi Katshei- (일본 디자인그룹 "형이공방(型而工房)"의 활동과 업적에 관한 평가-토요쿠치 카츠헤이의 디자인 활동을 중심으로-)

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    • Archives of design research
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    • v.17 no.1
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    • pp.37-48
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    • 2004
  • Keiji Kobo is a unique self-generated design research group in Japan, which was founded in 1928 when Bauhaus movement was in its peak, and which lasted ten years until the end of the Second World War, when any activity of the group became virtually impossible due to the war. With insight to see the future, the group aimed at Modern Design advocating a new spirit in architecture, and played a significant role in prosperity of Japanese Modern Design assimilating Western design trends. Pursuing of craft works for everyday life--practical furniture works--Keiji Kobo actively executed various projects to realize modern philosophy. The range of the works of this group was very large: survey, mock-up, experiment, research, exhibition, lecture, order-based sale, advertising and writing. The works of the group were oriented to serious academicism, not compromising with commercialism. Considering the peculiar political situation such as Japanese Militarism, the spirit of functionalism that the group pursued was surprisingly academical and pure. This group was relatively small and clumsy, which lasted as short as around ten years. However, strong motivation was in their seemingly quiet movements, and the influence of the group cannot be underestimated even with today's criteria. There were a number of pioneers who contributed to today's prosperity of Japan and Keiji Kobo can be estimated to be one of the pioneers in the field of design. It was found that the contemporary intellectuals hoped that the committment and activity of the group would contribute to modernization of the life quality of ordinary people. In a sense, Keiji Kobo can be estimated to be a little Japanese equivalent for Bauhaus that could not fully bloom.

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