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2006, Vol.12, No.1

  • 1.

    A Study on the Spatial Organization of Major Area in Cancer Hospitals

    이성원 | Park,Jae-Seung | 2006, 12(1) | pp.7~16 | number of Cited : 3
    Abstract
    The recent change of the medical treatment market is reforming the hospital space. The death-rate caused by cancer diseases is increasing in the domestic and outside of the country. The specialized hospital for cancer patients must be required. This study analyzed the space structures of the main section in cancer hospitals with the comparison analysis method. Space structures of domestic cancer hospitals are not specialized comparing to other nations' cancer hospitals. The conclusion of this research is that we need the architectural planning standards of the specialized cancer hospital through the space structure mainly concerning patients.
  • 2.

    A Study on the Functional Change of Elderly Care Facilities according to Introduction of Long-Term Care Insurance in Japan

    Teuk-Koo Lee | Kim Seok Jun | 2006, 12(1) | pp.17~26 | number of Cited : 7
    Abstract
    The demand for long-term care is continuously on the rise as number of elders among the population increases. Due to the rapid growing demand for long-term care in Korea, there have been discussions for the introduction of new long-term care system into Korean society. The purpose of this study in to analyze changes of elderly care facilities in Japan after the beginning of long-term care system in 2000. The functional and architectural changes of Japanese facilities were researched to be used as references for predicting changes in Korean facilities. In Japan, after the execution of long term care system, the alterative aspect of facilities is divided into some categories; in sum, the change of environment for long term care, the effort to spread specialized facilities in a whole community, and the tendency to complex a variety of function of facilities such as an facility for home care service, and the like.
  • 3.

    A Study on the Realities of Easy Access of the Integrated Education Institution for People with Disabilities and Their Improvements

    변성헌 | Ki-Chang Seong | Kwang-jae Park and 3other persons | 2006, 12(1) | pp.27~40 | number of Cited : 3
    Abstract
    This study was intended to present the proper operational scheme and present the criterion for establishment of proper convenient facilities and its planning method and the proper method of laying all sorts of teaching aids out. For this purpose, it attempted to investigate the type of crippled disorder and the behavioral characteristics of schoolchildren with crippled disorder with a focus on the descriptive study on disabled schoolchildren receiving complete integrated education. And it sought to analyze the present situation of complete integrated education and the case of integrated education and dissect the realities of its operation and the realities of the establishment of convenient facilities for disabled schoolchildren with a focus on the survey research.
  • 4.

    A Study on Characteristics of Healing Environment in the Late Work of Frank Lloyd Wright

    Kim, Kwang Ho | 2006, 12(1) | pp.41~48 | number of Cited : 11
    Abstract
    The purpose of this study is to find Healing elements in the late work of Frank Lloyd Wright. Healing elements are mainly composed of physical, social and psychological functions, which are clearly reflected in holistic attitude and intuition in his Organic theory of Architecture. Late works of Wright since 1935 show particularly shapes of triangle and circle creating the emotional images associated with Hope and Infinity. His image-oriented design attitude is thought to be strongly related to the pursuit of Utopian ideal which means peaceful condition. He regarded it as the consequence of integrity and control, which could be thought as condition of Healing environment. Refuge and Prospect can be complementary elements of spatial expression representing peaceful and dynamic condition of the Nature itself. Five works selected in this case study have unique design ideas related to the function and image of Healing environment interpreted by the criteria of Refuge and Prospect.
  • 5.

    A Case Study on Swine Farms for the Planning of Gnotobiotic Pigs' Facility

    Kwon, Soon-Jung | Seong Je-Kyung | 염수청 | 2006, 12(1) | pp.49~60 | number of Cited : 3
    Abstract
    According to the increase of demand for human organs such as kidney, heart, pancreas, joint, and cornea for therapeutic transplantation, the production of alternative organs based on Gnotobiotic Pigs gains a lot of concerns all over the world. However, it is not common to design and build Gnotobiotic Pigs' facility, and there are only a few those facilities and planning principles for them. Considering the situation above, this paper tries to develop planning guidelines for space organization and circulation system of standardized Germ Free Pig's facility on the bases of case analysis. The results of this study are as follows. At first, four swine farms including a Gntobiotic Pig's facility has been analysed from the point of space organization and circulation system. Secondly, the space zoning of Gnotobiotic Pigs' facility has been proposed into 5 groups : pigs' area, adminstration area, operating room and laboratory, service area, and mechanical area. Space components of each group have been presented also. Finally, circulation system of Gnotobiotic Pigs' facility has been explored from a operational point of view. This, also, includes human circulation, pig's circulation, and goods' circulation. This study has some limitations because it does not consider the SOPs(standard operational policies) of that facility to the fullest measure and does not suggest space area of each part, either. Despite of some weaknesses, it is expected that this study can give some useful guidelines for the design and planning of Germ Free Pigs' facilities.
  • 6.

    A Study on the Analysis of Area for the Planning of Diagnostic Imaging Department

    윤우용 | Chai, Choulgyun | 2006, 12(1) | pp.61~70 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The Diagnostic Imagining Department essentially needs to be transformed by the plan of the room and the medical equipment which should be improved according to a rapid development in technology. And the room should be considered the scale and composition an the time of planning. Because this part is often influenced in a specific character of imaging equipment in the room. The researches on the scale and composition of Diagnostic Imaging Department were the main part in 1980's but after 1990's this kind of researches have not been enough. So this study has an intention of proposing basic data which is used in planning the Diagnostic Imaging Department by analyzing the actual condition of the area organization in general hospital.