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2008, Vol.14, No.1

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    A Comparative Study of the Remodeling of an Existing Hospital and the Remodeling of an Existing Hospital with the Addition of an Annex- Focused on Adventist General Hospital in Seoul -

    홍순명 | 2008, 14(1) | pp.7~20 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    This study is an analysis of the characteristics between the remodeling of an existing hospital and the remodeling of an existing hospital with the addition of a new annex. The comparison of the two remodeling methods focused on the difference of gross area, circulation system, improvement of hospital function, profitability of remodeling construction, and so on. The result of this study can be summed up as follows.The remodeling of an existing hospital with a new annex has the merit of enlarging new areas, promoting the function of the hospital, changing the inner circulation system, and facilitating the construction. However, it has the demerit of requiring too much money and expanded space for the construction. Therefore, it is possible to use the existing hospital remodeling method for small scale hospitals that do not have many patients, but it would be necessary for big scale hospitals with many patients to adopt the method of remodeling the existing hospital with the addition of an annex.
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    A Study on the Community Complex Combining Elderly Welfare Facility with School

    권순정 | 전성민 | 2008, 14(1) | pp.21~30 | number of Cited : 6
    Abstract
    As a result of rapid aging speed in our society, many problems related to elderly people have happened in many parts of our society. Among them, supply for elderly housing is one of the biggest problems. In downtown areas, despite of the high demand for elderly housing, there is not enough supplement of them due to the lack of real estates. Considering the situations above, this study proposes multi generation complex which combining the school and elderly welfare facility. This combination not only brings financial benefits but also has positive effects on cultural exchanges between generations. This study concentrates on finding out effective ways to combine elderly welfare facilities with community schools.
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    A Study on the Residents' Behaviors in Living Area of Special Nursing Homes for the Elderly

    안병영 | Cho, Jun-Young | 양내원 | 2008, 14(1) | pp.31~38 | number of Cited : 3
    Abstract
    Nursing Homes are different from other medical facilities, because they have a living space. And most of residents in a nursing home have dementia, therefore nursing homes are in control of outdoor activities for resident's safety and most of residents live in the living room at the daytime. The purpose of this study is analysis of spacial behaviors of residents in the living room, and reflection of the analysis into the architectural plan of nursing homes.There are two activities, individual activity and social interchange activity, in a living room and the role of a living room is semi-private space that includes both of them. Most numerous activities are watching TV and take a eat. Activities are different in accordance with the position at the living room. Individual activity and social interchange activity is same ratio in the middle and the ratio of social interchange activities are more than individuals in outside of living room. but alcove use of private.The types of living rooms are distinguished by combination of functions of livingroom, activity-room, and diningroom. The activity of use of residents have been shown different phases following the types of livingroom. The type of combination has been seen high rate of use and private activities and social communications are expressed evenly. The type of mixing has been seen low rae of use, but two activities, the above, are equal. The type of separation has been seen not only low rate of use, but also there has been only private activities.
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    A Study on the Architectural Characteristics of the German Stationary Hospice Facility

    Kim,Cheolhwan | 2008, 14(1) | pp.39~48 | number of Cited : 1
    Abstract
    Well-dying is as important as Well-Being because dying is also a natural part of life. Recently, due to the change of lifestyles, cancer, AIDS and other chronic diseases cause drastic increase of mortality rate. Needs for hospice services are growing as many terminal patients interested in quality of life during their end of life period. They want calm and dignity in case process as well as pain-relieving. However, there is not many researches on the architectural planning of hospice facilities and their service system as well as government regulations. This study focuses on the German hospice facilities which have developed advanced models through researches on service contents and architectural planning. The purpose of this study is to provide fundamental data for designing hospice facilities through analyzing 7 cases of German hospice facilities with different characteristics.
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    A Study on the Architectural Planning for Conversion from Acute-care Hospital to Geriatric Hospital

    유영민 | 2008, 14(1) | pp.49~58 | number of Cited : 3
    Abstract
    Considering the rapid growth of elderly population and the increase of medical demand for aged, many of geriatric hospitals are needed in Korea. On the other hand, supplies of hospitals for acute care are considered to be excessive. So many of small and medium hospitals facing management problems have been converged to geriatric hospitals. These attempts are considered resonable for efficient utilization of health care resources in Korea. This paper aims to identify the concept of geriatric hospital and to analyze the problems and then to seek the alternatives for architectural planning on the basis of surveying the geriatric hospitals converged from hospitals for acute care.