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A Study on the Characteristics of Traditionality Expression at TM Style Chinese Restaurants - Focused on Chinese Restaurants in Hong kong - (TM 유형 중국식 레스토랑의 전통성 표현 특성 연구 - 홍콩에 소재한 레스토랑을 중심으로 -)

  • Kim, Ji-Eun;Oh, Hye-Kyung
    • Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal
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    • v.21 no.5
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    • pp.280-288
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    • 2012
  • The objective of this study was to analyze the characteristics of traditionality expressions at modernized Chinese restaurant in Hong Kong. As a case study, the study examined 12 modernized Chinese restaurants in Hong Kong. The gathered data were categorized and examined according to the ways of traditionality expressions, which included reproduction, transformation, and reinterpretation of traditional components. Each of the components was measured for the amount of traditional or modernity expression on a five-point scale. The five-point scoring system put an emphasis on tradition; 1 point was given to principal modernity(modernity: 90-100% + tradition: 0-10%), 2 points were given to principal modernity + auxiliary tradition(modernity: 70-90% + tradition: 10-30%), 3 points were given to the same ratio between tradition and modernity(modernity: 40-60% + tradition: 40-60%), 4 points were given to principal tradition + auxiliary modernity(modernity: 10-30% + tradition: 70-90%), and 5 points were given to principal tradition(modernity: 0-10% + tradition: 90-100%). The analysis performed according to those criteria and methodologies led to the following findings and conclusions: TM style, in which modernity was principal, usually did transformation and reinterpretation of traditionality. As for the design attributes of the styles, the TM style, they processed a majority of the spatial components as modern or reinterpretation of traditionality, which would be easily considered to be modern without careful observation, and applied a small amount of direct reproduction or transformation, which gives out a direct hint at traditionality, to attract more attention. Many of the spatial components did not express traditionality directly, expressing it indirectly or metaphorically. Traditionality was expressed in a small number of the spatial components, thus serving as a focus or impact point in the given space.

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The Meaning of Modernity and the Role of Tradition in the Modern Movements of Architecture - A Study of Berlage's 'Evolving Historicity'- (초기 근대건축에서의 근대성의 의미 및 전통의 역할 -베를라헤의 '진화하는 역사성'에 대한 소고-)

  • Yim, Seock-Jae
    • Journal of architectural history
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    • v.2 no.2
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    • pp.119-130
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    • 1993
  • Berlage's importance in the history of the Modern Movements of Architecture lies in his effort to combine several sets of contradictory dual aspects of architectural values. Tradition and modernity are one of the contradictory dual aspects. For Berlage, tradtion and modernity were not tow opposing, but reconciliatory concepts. In this sense, Berlage thought that modernity did not mean a total rejection, but a reinterpretion of tradition. Berlage's concern with his contemporaty architectural situstion was how to revive the stagnant repetion of past styles in Historicism and, at same time, how to prevent an extreme rejection of tradition by the Avant-Gardists. Berlage's architectural belief that neither stagnant imitation of past styles nor extreme revolution can be an ideal model for his era, lies in a traditional art theory of 'style evolution' and the interpertation of Nature's lessons for it. This study is to understand Berlage's concept of 'style evolution' and the meaning of tradition and modernity in the early Modern Movements of Architecture.

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A Case of the Early American College Building Tradition in Korea

  • Kim, Young Chul
    • Architectural research
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    • v.1 no.1
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    • pp.1-10
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    • 1999
  • During the first twenty-six years of its existence from 1954 to 1980, Keimyung University established on its Daemyung Campus a unique community of Western period-style buildings which recalls an old liberal arts college in America. During the first fifteen years, Keimyung built basically in the neo-Georgian style in accordance with the visions of the first two presidents, both of American nationality. During the next eleven years when Keimyung considerably expanded its facilities, it built in the neo-Classical style. The architecture of the Daemyung Campus is not without dynamism as it shows some efforts to integrate the expressions of the historical and the modern, culminating in the Main Library. The Daemyung Campus thus presents an interesting case study of how Western period-style architecture was assimilated in a provincial Korean city with a sense of an on-going building tradition.

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A Study on Vivienne Westwood Design (비비엔 웨스트우드(Vivienne Westwood)의 작품세계 연구)

  • 방수란
    • Korean Journal of Human Ecology
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    • v.2 no.1
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    • pp.129-141
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    • 1999
  • The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of historical costume style and painting on Vivienne Westwood design. For this purpose, the costume style after 16C and the rococo painting of 18C are researched. And through Westwood's recent designs, the external form and internal symbol are compared. The results of this study were as follows : 1. From Renaissance, Rococo, Crinoline, Bustle, S style were showed on Westwood design. 2. In external method, historical costume styles were expressed by silhouette, detail, costume item, textile and various cuttings. 3. In the case of painting, it focused on Rococo painting of 18C. Costumes in painting were realized or painting itself were used for textile. 4. Most of her design was cut in the round rather than in the flat, bold cutting and slash were employed. 5. These works are symbolizing the harmony of tradition and future, at the same time through the transformation of orthodox style, containing ridicule to the authority and a challenge to society as well as sex. These results let us know that Westwood is versatile to transform the history and harmonize the tradition and 20C Fashion successfully. (Korean J Human Ecology 2(1):129∼141, 1999)

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The Preference of One Room Apartment According to the Type of Life style (라이프 스타일에 따른 원룸주택선호도)

  • 심은실;강순주
    • Journal of the Korean housing association
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    • v.8 no.3
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    • pp.111-118
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    • 1997
  • This study is intended to analyze the preference of one-room apartment according to the type of life style of single people between 20 and 30 years age. The major findings were as follows: 1) The single people prefer the one-roon apartment(90.2%). 2) The Life styles were classified into 5 types: tradition preservation. self-fulfillment, fashion-pursuit. economy priority. convenience-pursuit. 3) The preference of a one room apartment is strongly influenced by all types of life styles regardless of tradition preservation.

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A Study of North Korea′s Traditional Dress in Cultual Aspect (북한 전통복식문화에 관한 연구)

  • 김여경;홍나영
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Costume
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    • v.54 no.6
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    • pp.53-64
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    • 2004
  • North Korea's traditional dress(chosun-ot) has developed as follows: right after the liberation(l945). North Korea tried to get rid of Japanese style and empty formalities and vanity, so chosun-ot became simple and practical. And from the Korean war to 1950's North Korea had tried to establish through a restoration of the war and chosun-ot is more easy and simple. For 1960's People became to be interested in their clothes owing to a stable socialistic economy and politics, and tried new style due to the influence of the Korea-Japanese. Since 1972 North Korea has claimed a dictational socialist organization, and constructed its own culture. Therefore North Korea emphasized its own clothing habit. and its garment style developed differently from South Korea. Since 1984 North Korea tried to change its policy dramatically. and chosun-ot has changed to a modern and various style. But on the other hand, traditional style of chosun-ot was more emphasized. North Korea especially tried to succeed its traditional style. it pursued only partial changes by sticking to its original style. And its color to bright and magnificent one with additional ornaments. Because it tried to change the style within the limits of its tradition, traditional dress has a quite fragmentary and flat appearance.

A Study on the Housewife's Life Style by Residential Areas - In Pusan Area- (주부의 주거지역 특성에 따른 라이프스타일 연구- 부산지역 주부들을 대상으로-)

  • 정용선;최수행
    • Journal of Korean Home Management Association
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    • v.8 no.2
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    • pp.15-30
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    • 1990
  • The purpose of this study are 1) to offer the basic data for consumer education by examining and analyzing housewife's Life Style. 2) to make the housewife lead for Life Style better and more resonable. Questionnaires were sent to 623 housewives in Pusan who have elementary , middle and high school students. Frequence, Factor analysis, Cluster analysis, One-way Anova, X 2-test were used to take statistics. The results were as follows. 1) Housewife's Life Style in independent house area were ' the economical seeking pattern' which takes up th high proportions, next 'the practical reserved seeking pattern' ,'the tradition and reservational fashion seeking pattern', and 'the negative neverlessness pattern' On the other hand, the Life-Style in apartment area were' the rapid purpose seeking pattern', next ' the economical seeking pattern', the fashion and pleasure seeking pattern' and 'the tradition and reservational fashion seeking pattern'. 2) By surveying the relationships the housewife's Life Style and the demographics, first, there was a difference in housewife's Life Style of the independent house area by the level of education, monthly mean income and husbands occupation. 3) Finally, as I studied th characterization of which they possessed thing, it usually appeared the characteristic possession by types.

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A Study of Housing Production by the Native Civilian Capital in the Modernizing Ages of Korea - in the Focus of Korean Style Housing Constructions in the Japan Imperialism Ages - (근대 한국의 토착민간자본(土着民間資本)에 의한 주거건축(住居建築)에 관한 연구 - 일제하(日帝下) 개량한옥건설업(改良韓屋建設業)을 중심으로-)

  • Kim, Ran-Ky
    • Journal of architectural history
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    • v.1 no.1
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    • pp.106-116
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    • 1992
  • This Study is, under the Situation that the Germ of the Autogenetic Capitalism were Broken by the Imported Force, and were Transplanted the Western Capitalism by force, and go through Imperialized Procedure, the Resaerch how the Modernizing of our Capitalistic Constructions were settled down, how Developed the Tradition of Native Architectural Technologies by those technocrafts, and What Came out the Architectural Productive Character in those Housings. The Conclusions of this Study are as Follows. First, Improvemental Tradition Housing Constructions by the Native Capital were Hard Tasks, under the Situation that Japanese Imperial Constructions have Monopolized the Whole Korean Constructions and it has been Prosperous. Second, Improvemental Tradition Housing Constructions by the Native Capital Imported Modernized Capital Management System, It, after that, Influenced our Constructions Seriously. Third, It is a Desiable Fact that Acceded Traditional Style, Provided the Small-middle Class Housing for the Common People on those Demand. Fourth, It is a Point that Contribute the Mooing Problem of Korea. Fifth, It is that Supply the Low-class Housing.

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A Study on developing Korean Style Apartment House through Analysis of Traditional Residences (전통주거공간 분석을 통한 한국형 아파트 개발에 관한 연구)

  • 안경은;민찬송
    • Proceedings of the Korean Institute of Interior Design Conference
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    • pp.126-132
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    • 1999
  • The purpose of this study is to advance apartment houses in quality as a residence through revitalization of tradition and the procedures are as follows: The first procedure is theoretical contemplation. The second procedure is analysis of the traditional residential space that gives a starting point of introspection of it without cease at the stage of formal following or pattern application in revitalizing tradition in the apartment houses. And the third procedure is to select and suggest aspects applicable to developing Korean style apartment houses. The suggest is embodied by a plane figure of 55 pyong type apartment house after selecting the concrete development aspects with approaches such as arrangement and interior space analysis, behavior analysis and space division and design analysis. This study has its meaning in that it suggests a possibility of various approaches other than formal following or pattern application in revitalizing tradition in a new Korean type apartment house, that it gives another selection to diversifying consumers' patterns and that it helps recognize and develop our tradition in this age of cultural nationalism.

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A Study on the Design Characteristics of Traditional and Modern design converged Hotel - Focus in Prague boutique hotel facade and lobby - (신·구 융합 호텔의 디자인 특성 연구 - 프라하 소재 부티크 호텔의 파사드와 로비를 중심으로 -)

  • Oh, Hye-Kyung;Kim, Do-Yeon
    • Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal
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    • v.21 no.5
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    • pp.308-316
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    • 2012
  • The purpose of this study was to analyze the characteristics of exterior look and interior space of Boutique hotels in Prague and to identify how the tradition and the modern styles were integrated in each element. The subjects of this study were 12 tradition and modern style integrated hotels in Prague. From the collected data, the followings were investigated; what are traditional and modern elements, how they are integrated, and what the ratio of the tradition and the modern style is. The results are as follows. First, regarding the level of integration of tradition and modernity in Boutique hotels in Prague, exterior look showed conservativeness and interior space showed innovation. Second, in the conservative combination of exterior look, the traditional facade made conflicts with the modernity of the signage but the expression was limited to the modern expression of façade and signage maintaining the traditional form. Facades were modernized with the limitation such as not to interfere its traditional atmosphere and signs were designed to be compatible with facade. Third, in the innovative integration between the traditional and the modern of interior lobby, they partially maintained traditional elements or reinterpreted the traditional elements in modern terms in ceiling, walls, columns and windows and used modern expressions in most of ornamental elements.

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