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Urban Park and Green Space Planning System according to Newly Enacted Land Planning Related Laws, South Korea

  • Lee Myung-Woo
    • Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture International Edition
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    • no.2
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    • pp.25-31
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    • 2004
  • Newly revised Urban Park Act and Land Planning Law are evaluated. Through exploring their functions and limits. Critical guidelines for Green Space Preservation and Planning Law are suggestec. The following is the summary of the findings: 1. New urban and regina! planning system has the foundation for green space plannig expressed as environmental planning, green space planning, landscape planning and park planning. 2. New Urban park act broadens and diversifies the range of urban park and green space(eg, stream and river, road, detention pond etc.) 3. The Urban Natural park items are removed because of long tenn unconstructed urban facilities and the new concept of 'Urban Park Zone' are inserted. And Green Space Preservation District and Urban Greening District's were introduced. And system of Contract of green space utilization and Agreement of Greening were adapted. 4. There exists new emerging needs for establishment of comprehensive green space preservation and planning law. 5. And the green space system can be classified to preservation system, recreation system and scenery system .. 6. The types of proposed green space planning are regional green space plg. urban green space plg, and district unit green space plg.

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An Establishment Specialization the Planning of Fishing Villages in Biando via Analysing Amenity Resources (어메니티자원 분석을 통한 비안도 어촌 마을 특화계획)

  • Lee, Chan;Lee, Doohyeong;Kang, Hyunkyung;An, Kyungjin
    • Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning
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    • v.19 no.1
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    • pp.209-220
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    • 2013
  • The aim of this study is to establish the planning of Biando fishing village where can be well-known fishing villages in Korea. In order to have highlighted a tourist attractions, the identities of Biando fishing village were investigated natural resources, amenity resources, ecological resources and so on. Based on these resources, the planning of Biando fishing village considers to between community facilities and community spaces. To create the attractive fishing village, the study was underwent 5 process. The 5 process is followed as; 1) Choose the planning site 2) Literature review 3) Fields survey 4) Site Analysis 5) Spatial Planning. Through those results, Biando fishing village were classified 4 spaces. Each 4 spaces have got their own theme. The main focus of 4 spaces was associated with communicating between space and space, connecting between space and space. The first space theme was "Meeting the geese" and the main focus of planning was entry space creating. The second space theme was "Walking in the heaven" and the main focus of planning was ecological resource exploring space and relaxing space. The third space theme was "Secret of shingle beach" and the main focus of planning was leisure and experience space. Last space theme was "Falling into the sea" and the main focus of planning was trekking and leisure space.

An Impotance-Performance Analysis of Planning Factors for Teenager Leisure Space (청소년 여가공간 공간계획요소의 중요도-성취도 분석)

  • 서주환;이준근
    • Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture
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    • v.28 no.4
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    • pp.125-131
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    • 2000
  • In order to collect basic data for the plan, design, and improvement of teenager leisure space as well as to contribute to the preparation of various youth leisure spaces, this study is to examine and analyze leisure space planning factors under the consideration of leisure patterns changing rapidly in youth activities. We used sufficient amount of questionnaires and a physical environment analysis at downtown parks and Tongdaemun fashion complexes where various leisure activities of teenager are happened. In addition, an importance and performance analysis was attempted on planning factors of each derived leisure space. on sequently, effective and efficient preparation of youth leisure space for desirable youth leisure activities should be carried out after finding out characteristics of teenager leisure spaces, deriving and integrating suitable planning factors for each characteristics, and finally adapting such derived planning factors by performance and importance. The future space for youth leisure should be improved and prepared after mature consideration about importance and performance of planning factors, which are suited for leisure patterns and characteristics of teenager leisure spaces.

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A Study on the Environmental Planning Guidelines for Crime Safety at Elementary School settings (초등학교 교육환경의 범죄안전 환경계획방안에 관한 연구)

  • Byun, Gi-Dong;Ha, Mi-Kyoung
    • Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal
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    • v.22 no.2
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    • pp.211-219
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    • 2013
  • The purpose of this study is to propose the environmental planning guidelines of elementary school settings for a crime safety. The research methodologies To achieve the goal, the literature review analysis and the survey were used as main research methodologies. The survey is organized as follows. First, elementary education facilities were divided into 20 spaces based on the major space. Second, after analyzing the domestic and foreign CPTED Guidelines, elements of environmental planning were classified to fit in the space. Based on this, the expert survey was conducted. The results of this study are as follows; First, it is necessary to consider specific places such as 'toilets', 'parking lot', 'in-between space', 'main access road', 'sub-access road' and 'harmful facilities around school' for safer school environment. Second, it is significant to plan 'equipment facilities' and 'outdoor space in the school setting' with priority for elementary education environment. Third, environmental planning elements for safer elementary schools can be classified into 9 factors(types) including 'natural surveillance planning', 'territoriality reinforcement planning', 'mechanical surveillance planning', 'access control planning' and 'neighborhood reinforcement planning'. Forth, regarding 'indoor space', crime-free elementary school environment can be build through 'natural surveillance planning' and 'territoriality reinforcement planning'. Finally, regarding 'outdoor space', the crime can be prevented through 'natural surveillance planning' and 'access control planning'.

A Study on the Planning Directions based on the Analysis of the Campus Plan (대학 캠퍼스계획의 분석을 통한 방향설정에 관한 연구)

  • Ahn, Kyung-Hwan
    • Journal of the Korean Institute of Educational Facilities
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    • v.16 no.5
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    • pp.27-33
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    • 2009
  • The existing universities enlarged the scope, filled up the facilities. And many new universities are founded by increase of university students, the change of curriculum and extension of installations for new curriculum. However, the planning for university campus hinders desirable activities in campus and also the origin function of university, because of the problems caused by an application of a uniform planning standard that lacks in logical analysis and such a short step as the occasion demands for the growth and the change of the university campus changing more rapidly than any other field in society. This dissertation is for space program beginning from architectural explanation and basic planning concluding a general structure-planning for land utility, circulation planning, and building layout planning in order to find the practical solution for the applicable campus plan. The contents of this dissertation is summarized below. First, I studied the characteristics of the university, the structure of the university facilities and the expansion the development process of the campus. Second, through the case study of domestic campus planning, I analyzed the characteristics and the problems about space programming, facility layout planning, circulation planning and exterior space planning. Third, in the basis of the above analyses, I set up the directions of comprehensive campus master plan.

A Study of the Small Urban Space Design Method in Consideration of Ecological Environment (생태적 환경을 고려한 소도시공간설계 방법에 관한 연구)

  • Lee, Gwangyoung;Chong, Geonchai
    • Journal of the Korean Institute of Rural Architecture
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    • v.2 no.2
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    • pp.75-88
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    • 2000
  • This study is based on the Ecological Design Theories related with the Urban space planning. The purpose of this study is to propose the Urban Space Design Method in consideration of Ecological Environment. To achieve this purpose, Normative Theory Study which means Logical Analysis of Ecological Theories in the new field of Ecological Urban Design, is done in accordance with the object of this study. This results derived of this study are as follows: 1. Six(6)-Ecological Urban Planning Elements related with the purpose of this study, are clarified these are Land-use planning, Transformation planning, Plants and Living-thing Ecological System planning, A Culture planning related with water, Energy and resource planning, and Urban-amenity planning. 2. Urban Space Design Method in consideration of Ecological Environment is porposed by means of the Normative theroy study analysis and contents analysis related with Ecological Urban planning which contain Ecological Planning Elements.

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The Creation of Ubiquitous Space from an Urban Planning Perspective : The Case of Digital Media Street (유비쿼터스 공간구현의 도시계획적 모색 : 디지털미디어스트리트를 사례로)

  • Byeon, Chang-Heum;Shin, Jung-Ho;Kim, Dong-Wan;Kim, Jun-Hyung
    • Journal of Information Technology Services
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    • v.2 no.1
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    • pp.145-156
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    • 2003
  • This paper presents and analyzes urban planning process to be adopted to create ubiquitous space in city environment, using City of Seoul's Digital Media Street Project as a case study. The Digital Media Street will become the main pedestrian thoroughfare in the Digital Media City (DMC) in Sangam area, planned to become the world's first ubiquitous environment in full urban scale. Ubiquitous space is reinterpreted from an urban planning perspective, and a new approach to planning such a space is introduced, including strategies to couple technology, space, and human activities. Methodology, role of different actors, planning process, and institutional arrangement are examined in turn, and this yields further agenda for improvements that can be made in planning ubiquitous spaces in the future.

A Research on Generation of Prototypes for Chosun Upper-class Housing - Space Planning with 'Yaejae' Logic Model - (조선(朝鮮) 상류주택(上流住宅)의 형태학적(形態學的) 원형생성(原型生成) 연구(硏究) - 예제(禮制) 논리(論理) 모델에 의한 공간계획(空間計劃) -)

  • Yoon, Ki-Byung;Hong, Seung-Jai
    • Journal of architectural history
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    • v.6 no.3
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    • pp.45-59
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    • 1997
  • One of the main purposes of architectural history is the analysis of existing designs in order to find laws and orders of certain types, while space planning emphasizes the generation of design. In this study, relational space planning methodology is used to generate Chosun upper-class housing prototypes based on 'Yaejae' logic model. During the Chosun Dynasty era in Korea, Confucianism was the ruling ideology for its society. The patio type house was the main upper-class housing type during the Chosun Dynasty, and it can be viewed that space planning was heavily influenced by the law of 'Yaejae' in Confucianism. The logic of 'Yaejae' can be interpreted as relationships between spaces. Relational space planning methodology that reasons through constraint propagation is used to generate prototypes. Prototypes are compared in order to verify actual applications of the logic into space planning.

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A Study on the Space Planning of Youth Centers in Urban (도시지역 청소년수련관 유형별 공간계획에 관한 연구)

  • Chai Ghoul-Gyun
    • Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal
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    • v.13 no.6
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    • pp.115-122
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    • 2004
  • The space planning and interior lay out of youth centers should be determined carefully for youth education and leisure after school which is considered cultural exchange, hobby, physical training in area of the daily life and to prevent unvaried or unwanted situation in the interior space. Recently, the youth center in youth facilities is architectural planning and managing without consideration of conditions of location environment, regional characteristics and prior condition of space. This paper try to provide basic architectural concept of the space planning for youth centers in urban. On the bases of survey and analysis, the basic data for youth centers have been proposed in consideration of the development of youth activity and community environment in korea. The results of the study were firstly, general basic data for the general architectural planning, secondly, guidelines for the space planning of youth centers in urban, thirdly, new alternative youth centers with 3 types.

The Theoretical Study on the Functions of Urban Space for Pedestrians (도시보행공간의 기능에 대한 이론적 고찰)

  • 이양재
    • Journal of Korean Society of Transportation
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    • v.5 no.1
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    • pp.75-83
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    • 1987
  • The modernistic rationalism which thinks much of the mathematical rationality and economic efficiency is widely spread in Korea economic planning, urban planning, urban transportation planning, and the like. As a result the demands to humanity, amanity, and so on have been disregarded in the name of rationality in urban spatial organization, the typical examples, one of the pedestrian space. The pedestrian space which is passed over easily from the view point of the modernistic rationalism, is actually the space that should be reflected abundantly in urban space. The author emphasized a need of reconsideration on the position of pedestrian space in urban spatial planning process, and adopted the theoretical research on the functions and roles of pedestrian space. In consequence of this study the functions of pedestrian space are considered : the first, the function as a space for moving, the second, the function as a space for buffer. the third, the function as a space for intermediation. the fourth, the function as a space for urban daily life. the fifth, the function as new urban environment-making factor.

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