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2007, Vol.13, No.3

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    A Study on the Healing working space through Aesthetic Office Landscape

    진달래 , Kim, Kwang-Ho , 김혜연 | 2007, 13(3) | pp.7~14 | number of Cited : 5
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    The concept and spatial composition of office have endlessly changed according to social trend. And according to social change, members of office, namely, concept of organization has been changed. Presently, our society finds and needs appearance of office suitable for our society. According to a concept of ecological environment and a concept laying stress on human, various trials have been performed but still, stress of salaried men is treated as social issue. By having connection between psychological healing theory of Max Lscher and spatial expression elements (content : refuge, self-esteem : prospect, confidence : flow, liberty : void) as a theory, we discussed possibility of aesthetic office landscape could be developed to a type of office which could control emotion that can be a cause of stress and we intended to examine limitation and possibility through case analysis.
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    A Study on Remodeling of Health Examination Center to Health Promotion Center

    조중현 , PARK, JAE SEUNG , 신성우 | 2007, 13(3) | pp.15~24 | number of Cited : 4
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    The concept of modern medical science has been changing from the old period which is simple treatment of diseases to the new period which is active prevention from diseases. Because preventing diseases is more effective and economical than treating diseases. This is the reason that needs to HPC at the concept of Health diagnosis. Another reason of HPC is to diagnose the stresses and to prescribe an effective exercise and to show the way of nutrition intake in order to keep up the condition of individual health.According to these reasons, I foresee the demand of remodelling HPC from existing HEC on this study. I define the common space that HEC uses duplication with HPC. I also aim to analyze them and to examine the alterable function and proper size of common space in case of remodelling.
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    A Study on the Architectural Planning of the Specialized Care Center in the Korean General Hospital

    정가영 , Yang, Nae-won , Lee, Han-Seung | 2007, 13(3) | pp.25~34 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study is about change a necessary and natural change from institutionalized hospital based health care to a more patient centered, accessible health care. Rapidly change of social and medical facts such as growing aging population, malady, changing of medical policy are made new paradigm. This paradigm is both required to the hospital ; consolidate department and service; architectural change. Benefit to patient and hospital are many, so there are many challenges in Korean general hospital. The purpose of this study is find architectural design guideline to Korean general hospital which is struggling to change from to functional organization to the patient based care center. As a result, the type is divided into three classes, consultation type(C), some of examinations are added on consultation type(EAC), consultation and examination are fully integrated type(CEI). Each type has different organization and the proportion of area, group unit, process of treatment.
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    A Study on the Spacial Allocation Planning in Hospital Architecture

    Choi, Kwangseok | 2007, 13(3) | pp.35~46 | number of Cited : 15
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    Hospital architectures, as a function-oriented architecture, have a great influences on the functional program and spacial allocation for a great number of rooms and departments. Particularly, spacial allocating analysis is depends on various external forces, such as hospital-size, relationships for the others, ownerships, operating methods, long-term masterplan as well as researchers' methods. Furthermore, as there is focusing on architectural design basis rather than architectural planning In recent Korean architectural field, adequate analysing methodology of spacial allocation for the design process is needed. This paper analyzes architectural drawings for 8 Korean hospitals which constructed in recent 20 years in aspects of the spacial allocation for inner spaces and then, presents areal composition and pattern of spacial allocation for researching hospitals.
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    A Study on the Holistic Healing Environment of Children's Library

    김혜연 , Kim, Kwang-Ho , 진달래 | 2007, 13(3) | pp.47~55 | number of Cited : 8
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    The theme of this study is holistic healing environment of children's library and it was researched on the basis of anthroposophy theory of Rudolf Steiner. According to Steiner's theory, human being consists of body, spirit, and soul. Especially, children are sensitive ones, and through synthetic function of 12 kinds of senses, they can be holistically healed (healing of body, spirit, and soul). As the sense independently functions or it is a element that cannot be described, it needs spatial plan to support synthetic function of it. We classified the healing space's meaning of children library by motion (including art and music), reading, & landscape healing activities and analyzed spatial characteristic to support each activity.
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    A study on Territory Formation & The Daily Life Pattern of The Independent Elderly

    소갑수 , Lee, Han-Seung | 2007, 13(3) | pp.57~65 | number of Cited : 4
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    Over the last years several studies have been carried out in the welfare facilities for the elderly in Japan. These have mainly focused on small scale projects, multi-functional houses and on the improvement of specifically designed equipments. This study examines the residents’ life patterns and using patterns in group living having various space constitution and, does it for the purpose of looking for the formation of well state places, life patterns and the domains to use spaces for the aged who became independent. I intend to grasp their life patterns by physical space constitution and to show a direction of the house form that they can live in while feeling relieved in areas.
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