Han Pilwon / Journal of the Architectural Institute
of Korea, Vol.20 No.4, April 2004
The objective of this study is to analyze the lot pattern and house type, and their change from 1965 to 2003 at the housing sites in Daejeon old CBD. Through the research that are based on literature analysis and field survey, it is found out that the lot pattern and house type are closely interrelated. The consequences of this research are summarized as follows.
There are four major house types in the old CBD, Japanese-style house, traditional house, western-style house, and shop house, among which the traditional house type is dominant. The means of lot area in the Japanese-style house, traditional house, western-style house, and shop house lots are 99.5§³, 168.3§³, 177.8§³, and 151.5§³, respectively. The mean of the front-side ratio in the Japanese house lots is 0.70, and that in the shop house lots is 1.28, while that in each of other two major house types is around 1.0. The house lots are typically approached through either alley with a width less than 4m or flagpole-shape lot, except the shop house lots most of which are approached from wider roads. The location of a house lot varies with its house type.
Keywords: Daejeon, Old CBD, Housing site, Lot Pattern, House type, Japanese-style house, Traditional house, Western-style house, Shop house