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A Study of the Feminism Design Emphasizing Feminity and Conversion of Design Paradigm (디자인 패러다임의 전환과 여성성이 강조되는 페미니즘 디자인에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Yang-Hee
    • Journal of The Korean Digital Architecture Interior Association
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    • v.10 no.1
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    • pp.5-14
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    • 2010
  • The change in the social paradigm has been directly reflected in design. Throughout the conversion of design paradigm based on ecological paradigm, ecological design and green design make it possible to sustain society and improve the quality of human life. Also, the conversion of design paradigm mean that it changed from Male-identified and Male-dominated design to feminism design, which emphasizes femininity. Because the characteristic of ecological design and feminism design can be understood in the same context. Feminism design is not the kind of design that embodies the stereotype of social gender but the design that reflects the femininity which can be conferred as emotional, intuitional, mutual, sharing, organic and natural. If the result of design recognizes the diversities and differences of the users -based on the female users' experiences and knowledge- and if the need and the requirement of the design are useful enough, through the unity with human environment and harmonious participation, Eco-design and Feminism design will use their abilities to sustain the society and to enhance the quality of human life.

A Study on the Development of Architectural Design Indicator for Small Public Building (소규모 공공건축물의 디자인 지표 개발에 관한 연구)

  • Ryu, Soo Hoon
    • KIEAE Journal
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    • v.13 no.1
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    • pp.83-92
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    • 2013
  • Public buildings as a public space of the community have a close relationship with local residents and urban space. Public buildings are not a simple role as office space, but closely related to the life of the local residents. In addition, a variety of approaches, spatial, and program elements should be considered. Rising awareness for public buildings recently, aspect of design also has began to be interested. Small building is a public building that can actively cope with the social and economic environment in the rapid change. However, small building is lacking the design consideration according to the scale and economics. This paper is to present the Design Indicator that can be used to create 'small public buildings' that has been alienated from the large public buildings design development. This is intended to derive and utilize the design categories and design detail indicator of small public buildings. There are composition of design categories and design detail indicator of developed small public buildings. Design categories have developed six such as Public and Harmony, Access, Landscape Design, Space, Sustainable Design, Technique and Performance. Design Detail indicator of Small public buildings have developed all 24. Presented Design Categories and detail indicator are composed of design indicator available in all areas of design evaluation and review that includes design, function, environment, and technology of public buildings. And it is possible to apply with small public buildings in all purpose.

Changes and Developments of Design Culture Diffusion Policies shown in Domestic Design Promotion Comprehensive Plans (디자인문화 확산을 위한 국내 디자인진흥정책의 유형과 변화에 관한 연구)

  • Park, Byung Min;Shim, Eun Ju
    • Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal
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    • v.22 no.3
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    • pp.117-126
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    • 2013
  • Since 1993, Korea Institute of Design Promotion has carried out Design Promotion Comprehensive Plan every 4 years and due to the institutes founding purpose the plans are mainly focused on enhancing quality of merchandise goods. However due to social and economic changes now enhancing quality of cultural living through design is becoming important as ever. The purpose of this paper is to find our characteristics and changes in design policies and programs to diffuse design culture in the plans. The researchers have inquired proceeding studies on cultural and design policies and also looked into cases that were carried out in Europe to diffuse design culture. By analyzing EU's Cultural Policies four means were found: Education, Exchange, Participation, and Sharing. The results are as follows. First, in the beginning main focus was to educate people about the importance of design and what good design is, in bureaucratic ways. In the Secondary plan, reaching out to local regions begin to show in order to diffuse design culture that was and still is mainly centered around Seoul. Thirdly plan shows more exchanges but not only limited to domestic regions but international wide. In the Forth plan, participation programs and those engaging design to solve social problems are shown but still not much attention is payed to sharing.

Holistic, Collaborative, Ecological, and Coevolutionary Characteristics of Service Design Process

  • Lee, Dong-Seok
    • Journal of the Ergonomics Society of Korea
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    • v.31 no.1
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    • pp.7-13
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    • 2012
  • Objective: This paper discussed the characteristics of service design process by comparing with product design process. Background: Service design has different design outcomes, project participants, and design constraints than product design. Method: The comparison took two perspectives: one was shorter-term, design process of a service, and the other was longer-term, process of service development. Results: It was discussed that service design process is similar in overall, but has four differences. First, the role of design is required earlier and longer in the process, which means service designers need to participate from the begging of the project to service operation. Thus service designers are required to have holistic viewpoint of the project. Second, service design requires many design expertise thus collaboration needs to be well defined and managed throughout the process. Third, since service provider has limited resources, regulations, and market competition, some service features cannot be provided. Service designers are required to know both customers' needs and functional constraints. Last, service design is highly coupled with service operation. Designing and providing service happens at the same time and evolves over time. Conclusion: Consequently it was asserted that the role of designers in service design is essential for success. In specific, the role of service design architect, who manages design process and design outcomes, is a new and important role in service design project.

Development of a Robot Element Design Program (로봇 요소품 설계 프로그램 개발)

  • Jung Il Ho;Kim Chang Su;Seo Jong Hwi;Park Tae Won;Kim Hee Jin;Choi Jae Rak;Byun Kyng Seok
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Precision Engineering
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    • v.22 no.4
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    • pp.113-120
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    • 2005
  • This paper presents the development of the design of the robot element. Robot element design is an important part of robot design since it decides the performance and life time of the robot. It is necessary that the robot kinematics and the robot dynamics are accomplished to design the robot elements. The robot kinematics and dynamics determine the design parameters of the element. We developed a robot element design program with which a designer can design the robot element with convenience and reliability. The program is composed of motor, harmonic driver and ball-screw design. The program is founded on the virtual robot design program. The virtual robot design program is the powerful software which may be used to solve various problems of the robot kinematics and dynamics. The robot element design program may be used to calculate the design parameters of the element that are necessary to design robot element. Therefore, the designer can decide upon the available robot elements available to perform the objective of the robot. The robot element design program is expected to increase the competitiveness and efficiency of the robot industry.

A Study on the Rhetorical Expression of Scene Design in Theatre - Focused on the Case Study of the Scene Design of King Lear - (연극 무대 공간디자인에 대한 수사학적 연구 - 세익스피어 작 "리어왕"의 무대 공간디자인 사례연구를 중심으로 -)

  • Ahn, Ju-Young
    • Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal
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    • v.16 no.3
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    • pp.21-29
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    • 2007
  • The communication in a play has a dual structure, which is composed of the communications within a play and in a theatre space. This research focuses on the scene design that creates the background or the theme of a play and communicates theme of a play to the audience. A scene design of a theatre has meta-linguistic aspects, which is the image or mood as the theme of a play. The scene design is composed of various design elements of space and objects as the properties of a play. Design elements and the objects are the design languages in various form; plane, three-dimensional, multi-dimensional form. These design languages have the significant meanings as signs like human language. The play works chooses the rhetorical expression to arouse the audience's sympathy. The scene design is completed with rhetorical expression for communication in theatre too. This research defines the category of meanings that design elements of scene design can create and the rhetorical expression of the scene design language. King Lear directed by Robert G. Anderson was analyzed with the category of design elements as a sign and the pattern of the rhetorical expression. The scene design for a play is completed effectively by the rhetorical expression of design elements as the design language for the communication with the audience in theatre.

Design Properties of Clothing of Famous Overseas Brands (해외 유명 브랜드의 의상 디자인 특성)

  • Lee, Won-Jung;Lee, Kyoung-Hee
    • Fashion & Textile Research Journal
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    • v.9 no.2
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    • pp.157-166
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    • 2007
  • The purpose of this study is to provide guidance to plan clothing design with an analysis of design property of famous overseas brands. For this purpose, the prt-a-porter fashion collection from 2001 S/S to 2005 F/W is divided into the following sectors: brands, years, and seasons, focusing on the design elements, with regards to the design property of clothing. The reference for the actual study was 1055 pictures of clothing that were collected of collections of famous overseas brand. The results of this study are as follows. With regard to the character of the clothing design classified by brand, the design property was embossed with all design elements. Therefore, we can use design elements to express design property, like clothing design of famous overseas brands. With regard to the changes of clothing design year by year, it was changed with almost all of the design elements. Therefore, it is noted that clothing design do well to reflect the fashion trends of the year with almost all design elements. With regard to design properties of seasonal clothing, clothing design properties which are popular in the S/S season are slim silhouette, see-thru material, brilliant material, abstraction pattern, and so on. On the other hand, clothing design properties which are popular in the F/W season are wide silhouette, hard material, complex material, complex pattern, inorganic decoration and so on. Therefore, it is noted that clothing design do well to reflect the seasonal trends.

Conceptual Synthesis of Design Alternatives for Mechanism Design: A Case-Based Approach (메커니즘 설계 대안의 개념적 합성: 사례 기반 접근 방법)

  • 한영현;이건우
    • Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering
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    • v.4 no.3
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    • pp.224-237
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    • 1999
  • This paper proposes a case-based approach to the conceptual design of mechanism, especially of the generation of design alternatives in function generation and motion transmission tasks. The aim of this work is to generate and provide various design alternatives by utilizing the previous design concepts underling in the existing design cases. The approach is based on the basic idea that the whole design concepts or sub-concepts extracted from different design cases can be merged to generate a variety of new design alternatives. The notion of virtual function generator is introduced to conceptualize and represent all possible underlying design concepts in the prior design cases. The virtual function generators are extracted in advance from the existing mechanism and serve as new conceptual building blocks for the synthesis of mechanism. Various design alternatives are generated basically by merging tow virtual function generators that partially match the specified function. By utilizing the design concepts that have been effectively used in the previous design cases. he proposed approach could efficiently produce more feasible design concepts than from-scratch ones. The approach proposed in this paper is illustrated with a design example.

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Framework of a New CAD System for Incorporating Design Information (설계 정보를 수용하는 새로운 CAD시스템의 프레임워크)

  • 이강수;이건우
    • Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering
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    • v.4 no.4
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    • pp.327-338
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    • 1999
  • In this paper, we propose the framework of an integrated design system as a CAD system of a new concept that can incorporate the design information. Current CAD systems are powerful in representing the shape of a product with solid models but cannot provide the design information that is used or created in designing the product. Therefore an integrated design system is proposed to enable the storage and usage of the design information in addition to the shape manipulation. In order to represent the design information, we define element object that represents design element such as a part, a sub-assembly or an assembly by using object-oriented methodology. The element object carries various design information such as design parameters, documents, catalogues, functions, and behaviors as well as shapes. By using the stored information, the system can provide a designer with some functions to assist design activity such as interrogating necessary information, setting design parameters and goals, and constructing constraints among design elements. A mailing system is also constructed among element objects to assist a collaborative design. In addition, an evolutionary design method using genetic algorithms is realized within the proposed framework.

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Development of Requirement Taxonomy for Design Bases Management during NPP lifecycle (원전 생애주기간 설계기준 정보관리를 위한 요건 분류체계 개발)

  • Kim, Jong-Myeong
    • Proceedings of the Korean Institute of Building Construction Conference
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    • pp.134-135
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    • 2018
  • Nuclear Power Plant consists of about 1.4 million facilities. and the design standards and design requirements for the continuos utilization and safety of facilities are complexly connected with the facilities. When a design change for facilities or design requirements is occurred at the time of construction or operation, there are a lot of facilities, design requirements, and design bases that are affected by the facilities or design bases being changed. The above design changes are so complex that the existing document-bases design change process is time-consuming and may also cause human error. In this study, we developed a design requirement taxonomy that can be applied to the data-centric design bases document that can improve it. To do this, we analyze the design elements from the highest level to the lowest level applied to the nuclear power plant, and classify the design elements according to the characteristics of the design elements.

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