Title Examining Trends in Model House Research From 1994 to 2023
Authors 정수환(Cheong, Soo-Hwan) ; 백진(Baek, Jin)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2024.40.5.85
Page pp.85-96
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Model House; Housing Exhibition Hall; Housing Cultural Center; Trend of Research; Systemic Literature Review
Abstract Since the Korea National Housing Corporation (KNHC) constructed the first model house in 1969 to experiment with the pre-sale system for apartment housing, this concept has attracted attention across various disciplines in Korea. However, a comprehensive analysis of trends in model-house research has been lacking until now. This study aims to explore the trends of model houses through a systematic literature review. A total of 95 relevant papers published in Korean academic journals from 1994 to 2023 were examined, utilizing quantitative analysis of sources searched from databases like RISS, DBPIA, and AURIC. The research was then categorized into four groups using content and frequency analysis based on the perception of model houses: apartment interior units, independent facilities, virtual technology, and others such as concepts reflecting housing sales, cultural, philosophical, and urban phenomena of Korea. The frequency analysis revealed that the majority of research focuses on apartment interior units at 45.3%, with significant contributions from the other groups at 20.0%, 21.3%, and 13.7%, respectively. These results not only deepen our understanding of model house research but also substantially broaden perspectives, providing a solid foundation for future studies and enhancing the efficiency of literature reviews for new researchers. This is particularly useful for distinguishing between prominently addressed and less emphasized topics in model house research.