Title Development Process of Function and Form in the Plan of the Former Jeju National University Main Building
Authors 이용규(Yi, Yong-Kyu)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2023.39.5.105
Page pp.105-115
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Kim Chung-up; Jeju National University; Old Main Building; Function; Form
Abstract This study aims to examine the development process of the former Jeju University main building’s plan from the perspective of function and form. As a result, the development of Kim Chung-Up's architectural method was analyzed. Due to the promotion of the university, the building was initially planned as an annex at the former Jeju National University. However, as the status of it changed to the main building, its function and scale were also expanded upon. The initial design of the former main building changed dramatically; however, the functionality of the space was maintained. In addition, the stacking of functions and the planning of copper lines by external access routes continued. The closed stairwell was converted into an open ramp. The shades or brise-soleil and balconies factored the environment such as solar radiation and views that were changed to new forms while maintaining their roles. The scalpel shape of the building that casts a shadow on the lower part was also maintained. Through this study, it was found that the former main building tried to implement various functions harmoniously in one form despite its changes in form.