Title Spatial Change Patterns and Residential Characteristics of Sloped Naturally Occurring Unlicensed Houses
Authors 장경이(Jang, Kyung-Yi) ; 유재우(Yoo Jae-Woo)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2021.37.9.81
Page pp.81-172
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Housing type; housing adjustment; spontaneous village; extension pattern; lifestyle; furniture and home appliances
Abstract This study examines the housing change patterns that have been carried out at the sites where villages were formed spontaneously without permission for construction without land divisions, targeting villages and houses, which are the sites of life of the settled migrant poor since the 1960s. wanted to derive. And the social network after liberation and the spatial change patterns that appeared in the process of extension and remodeling were extracted unconsciously in the special situation of the social network and slopes after liberation. We tried to estimate the living standards and living standards through. Through research on internal and external spaces, villages and housing cases that were naturally created by rural migrants building houses without permission and without an infrastructure plan on a slope near downtown were discovered and documented. In addition, under the narrow site conditions, single- and double-family housing types that exist from the early days of settlement to the present were discovered, and data on 'architectural architecture without an architect' were created by tracing the patterns of living and extending the necessary space. provided.