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A Study on Planning of Korean Convergence Housing Complex's Residential Culture. -Focused on Segwon Jeong's Improved Hanok Planning-

한국형 융합 집합주거문화 계획 연구 -정세권의 개량한옥 계획을 대상으로-

Choi, Ho-Soon
최호순

  • Received : 2018.12.31
  • Accepted : 2019.04.20
  • Published : 2019.04.28

Abstract

The Study aims at carrying out basic research on the future housing culture plan by the aging and low fertility phenomenon which is the most serious problem that Korean society faces today. In the future, the housing culture will be transformed into a 'convergence housing complex's residential culture' that can be coexisted with households with various members, rather than a housing type represented by apartments today, due to the phenomenon of nuclear family and the increase of one resident. In this regard, this study is a basic study on the housing complex culture of Korea. It is not that the hosing complex culture has been imported from the western society today, but the Korean traditional housing complex's culture proposed by Korean first developer Segwon Jeong has already existed in Korea urban and architectural perspective. In the early 20th century, Segwon's improved Hanok planned to complement the disadvantages of the existing hanok and the modernization of hanok such as the standardization of hanok, moreover the most important point is the beginning of the Korean style housing complex by modernization of the inner space of hanok. It is expected that this study for Segwon's housing complex of improved hanok will provide important basic data for the Korean-style convergence residential culture plan needed for our society in the future.

Keywords

Convergence housing complex's residential culture;Segwon Jeong;Improved Hanok(Korean traditional housing);Nuclear family phenomenon;Aging.low fertility phenomenon;Urban & Architectural Design

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Acknowledgement

Supported by : National Research Foundation of Korea