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2003, Vol.9, No.2

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    A Study on the Architectural Planning of the Hospice Ward in a General Hospital - focused on spatial composition of the hospice ward -

    Sungchang Kang , Park,Jae-Seung | 2003, 9(2) | pp.7~16 | number of Cited : 3
    Abstract
    Terminal cancer patients in Korea have increased due to the development of medical technology and the structural change of diseases resulted from life quality improvement. Following this trend, many hospitals are making efforts, such as renovating hospice wards, but architectural criteria are not sufficiently suggested for specialized hospice wards.The purpose of this study is to present the research data to improve the quality of hospice ward in general hospital . Data collecting skills such as drawing documents analysis, interviews, observation were used to examine the condition of hospice ward. And, case study method was used to generate the design data which can be used for the appropriate spatial composition and the area calculation
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    A Comparative Study on the Spatial Composition of the Hydro-therapy Complex using a hot spring water

    김인순 , Kang Pyoung Keun | 2003, 9(2) | pp.17~24 | number of Cited : 7
    Abstract
    The purpose of this study was to analyze the Comparative Study to extract the spatial factor of Hydro-therapy complex in the health spa facilities that was composed of the Hydro-therapy space, sport space, leisure space, lodging space, adminstration space.The results of this study were as follows ; the hot spring complex in korea can be converted into the hydro-therapy complex. The spatial factor of functional replacement must include to the consultation room, medical cure room, inspection room and the exercise consultation pool as the consultation space.
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    A Case Study of Architectural Design of Hospital Based on the Regional Characteristics of Cheju Island

    임성보 , 김치헌 , 박순희 | 2003, 9(2) | pp.37~42 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The recent project has been progressed from focusing on the establishment of having an international sense and making a symbolic building in Cheju Island. Its purpose is to provide the best medical services to the inhabitants, and to reflect the local feelings and the entire design concept based upon the role of the health promotion. This study is to explain the process of a traditional architecture method of Cheju Island applied to the modern design element and re-composition into the layout plan, the composition diagram of the exterior, the elevations, etc. of the drawings of the project.
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    A Study on the Concept of Architectural Planning in Consideration of People with Disabilities

    Ki-Chang Seong , Choul-Gyun Chai | 2003, 9(2) | pp.43~50 | number of Cited : 22
    Abstract
    This paper try to provide basic and universal concept of the architectural planning for the barrier-free environment. To accomplish this purpose this study has analyzed inductively the architectural requirements for all kinds of people with disabilities. The Analysis showed a safety, an accessibility and a distinguishment as the concept of architectural planning for the people with disabilities. Based on the findings of the study have been researched the general cases done for the barrier-free architectural environment. As the result, it has been proved that the design concept for the disabled person should be regarded as the basic concept of the general architectural planning.
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    A Study on Basic Planning of Play Environment for Physically Disabled Children

    김영은 , Kang Pyoung Keun , Ki-Chang Seong and 1 other persons | 2003, 9(2) | pp.51~58 | number of Cited : 4
    Abstract
    The elements of a medium for gathering the able bodied and the disable bodied children are examined within the scope of this study. Starting from the importance of play for the children, the characteristics and the properties of middle childhood are chosen as domain. This study showed that though most of the playground sites were accessible to Physically disabled Children, and were safety.For Physically disabled Children, the opportunities to play in a play area depend largely on the accessibility of the facilities. this study also explored the play experience of children with disability. The play spaces and the playgrounds including the equipment are examined. The results of study suggest there be creatived planning items in terms of accessibility and domain, which, in detail, are summarized in following six points; Accessibility, Barrier-free, convenience, movement, safety, domain. A guideline on the design of an accessible & safety playground for Physically disabled Children should be made.