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2008, Vol.14, No.2

  • 1.

    A Study on the Area Calculation and Spatial Composition of Medical Rehabilitation Center in the Workplace Accident Rehabilitation Hospitals

    이특구 | 최광석 | 2008, 14(2) | pp.3~14 | number of Cited : 4
    The rehabilitation for the workplace accident victims is basically aimed to get them back to their working place through the secondary care processes which have some more special and more professional rehabilitation than any others, after the primary treatments like operation in an acute hospital since the accident. They need more concentrative rehabilitation efforts according to classified injury types during the period of acute, sub-acute and convalescent. This study is for the partial research of rehabilitation hospital for workers' accident victims and presents design data which can be used for the appropriate area calculation and spatial composition. Drawing documents analysis, interviews, observation were used to examine the condition of existing rehabilitation hospitals.
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    A Comparative Study on the Sense of Healing Expressed in the Void Space of Jong-soung Kimm and Hyo-sang Seung's Works

    Kim, Kwang Ho | 2008, 14(2) | pp.15~23 | number of Cited : 0
    The criterion of ‘void space' in this paper is based on the sense of unusual experiences to afford the improvement of the value of cultural life with the sense of Healing. The more chances to spiritual converse with nature and oneself, the higher the value of healing experiences that one has will grow. This analysis has been done on the premises that this is derived from the inner conversation with ‘nature’ and ‘oneself’, as well as among ‘others’. In other words, while the ‘community void’ affords programmatic aspect in relations between humans, the ‘ecological void’, systemic aspect in relations between human and nature, the ‘meditation void’, the aspect of image in relations between human and human’s inside. Jong-soung Kimm and Hyo-sang Seung are Korean architects who have consistently expressed contrastive essential characteristics of the ‘void space' in their contemporary works. While the void space of contemporary Korean architectures have shown various external forms, there has been a trace deeply rooted from the absolute and neutral concepts of the masters of Modern architects and ‘Madang’of Korean traditional space. The integrated composition in the works of Jong-soung Kimm suggested integrated characters and healing affordances of ‘Madang’, but it hardly showed the poetic simplicity that could be seen from the image of traditional ‘Madang’. On the other hand, the works of Hyo-sang Seung represented the simple and silent image of ‘Madang’, but showed fragmented characteristics that didn't sufficiently afford the integrated healing functions of ‘Madang’.
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    A Study on the Architectural planning of Spatial Organization Feature in Emergency Medical Facilities

    최충호 | 박재승 | 2008, 14(2) | pp.25~34 | number of Cited : 3
    The purpose of this study was to spatial organization feature and area composition of the over 500beds general hospital that will be expected construct in Seoul, Gyeonggi-do area after 2000year. From this study, we can suggest architectural planning for the efficiency operating of emergency medical facilities that can be used as preliminary data. The Spatial organization of emergency medical facilities are categorize into 4 session as medical examination and treatment, diagonosticradiology, staff, public and the others. We can find spatial organization system and area composition that compare area composition of 6 hospital the subject of research in a emergency medical facilities. The result of this study were as follows : spatial distribution of its field, grasping of spatial organization factor and recognize its merits and demerits should be researched in advance. Through this kind of recognizing emergency system, realistic medical local and condition architectural planning for spatial organization will be operate.
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    A Study on the Architectural Planning of the Areal Composition of Provincial Medical Center

    김길채 | 2008, 14(2) | pp.35~42 | number of Cited : 6
    Over the last 10 years several Provincial Medical Center has been carried out rapidly in the welfare facilities in Korea. Provincial Medical Center is for public and economic. So This study is an analysis of the areal composition between the Provincial Medical Center and General Hospital in Korea. The changes of Provincial Medical Center are caused by role in the environments. The Factor of economic is more important than for public in this situation.This paper analyzes architectural drawings for 4 Korean medical center which constructed in recent 10 years in aspects of the spacial composition, presents areal composition and pattern of spacial allocation for researching hospitals. According to the areal composition of Provincial Medical Center is important in healthcare facility environment.
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    A Study on the Architectural Planning of the Rehabilitation Sports Center- Focused on the Disabled in the Wheelchair-

    채철균 | 성기창 | 2008, 14(2) | pp.43~51 | number of Cited : 2
    Rehabilitation sports center is one of the sports center for the disabled that offers and operates programs to live with ordinary people through activities including various sports. This center must offer an environment that users be able to lead an sports activity by a removing physical and psychological obstacle. But most centers get in trouble using facilities that are so excessive or partly negative. Because, this center is offering a physical environment that absents correct comprehension of a standard plan and circulations of disabled. To takes part in physical exercise programs actively and encourages living sports activities, this study, will analyze circulations of disabled in accommodation and propose considerations at planning of rehabilitation sports center.
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    A Study on the Architectural Planning of Traditional Herbal Medicine Distribution Supporting Facilities

    배좌섭 | 오종희 | 강원필 | 2008, 14(2) | pp.53~64 | number of Cited : 2
    This study is the architectural planning of 5 distribution supporting facilities for traditional herbal medicine cultivated in the rural areas. The main function of the facility consists of storage, pre-treatment/processing, loading/unloading and the assistant function consists of inspection, office, exhibition/sale, technical equipment etc. The planning shows the modular plan and the section plan of the storage space reflecting the shape and size of storage container, the action radius of carrier and the possibilities of space lease. The total floor area of the storage is 3,192㎡ consisting of 27 space. The total floor area of the pre-treatment/processing is 1,488㎡ consisting of 7 space. The total floor area of the loading/unloading is 329㎡ consisting of 4 space. The total floor area of each facility storage is 8,284㎡ including of public space 2,170㎡. Also this planning shows the preliminary design, "fundamental model design" for 5 rural government BTL project. Therefore, this result of planning will be the guidelines of the RFP(Request For Proposal) for the private sector company interested in this BTL project.
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    A Study of the Trend on Structuralism Appeared in the Contemporary Hospital Architecture

    Cho, Jun-Young | 양내원 | 2008, 14(2) | pp.65~72 | number of Cited : 2
    Structuralism on the architecture have been appeared in the middle of 20th Century against Functionalism. The hospital architecture which is a representation of functionalism architecture couldn't be an exception in the stream of this change. This study doesn't regard the hospital architecture as a specific area limited by Functionalism but as a general area of the architecture. This study analyze the features of the form and system on the hospital which is affected by Structuralism. Then by the analysis of the features on the change of a native hospital, it will be interpreted that a native hospital would be adapted with the formation of Structuralism.