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A Case Study on BIM-enabled Evaluation of Design Alternatives for an Actual Remodeling Project in Korea

Title
A Case Study on BIM-enabled Evaluation of Design Alternatives for an Actual Remodeling Project in Korea
Author
이진국
Keywords
BIM; Spatial Program Review; Old Apartment; Remodeling; Quantitative Analysis; 건물정보모델링; 공간 프로그램 검토; 노후화 공동주택; 리모델링; 정량적 분석
Issue Date
2015-10
Publisher
한국실내디자인학회
Citation
한국실내디자인학회 논문집, v. 24, NO 5, Page. 117-127
Abstract
This paper depicts a case study of the BIM (Building Information Modeling)-enabled evaluation of design alternatives for an actual remodeling project in Yeongwol, Korea. The increase of urban population and income followed by the growth of economy has derived massive supply of grand scale housing project in Korea since 1970s. Consequently, building remodeling became one of the feasible resolutions for renovating such old housings in these days. This paper aims to introduce a technical approach to such remodeling projects based on BIM-enabled applications focusing on quantitative analysis of design alternatives. Among the technical issues of such building remodeling projects, this paper focuses on the BIM-enabled area analysis and comparison between design alternatives to support decision-making even in early phase of remodeling design process. BIM and its variety of applications have broadly influenced the domain of AEC-FM (Architecture, Engineering, Construction, and Facility Management) within the lifecycle of buildings. As one of the applications facilitated by BIM, the automated area calculation and scenario-based comparison between alternatives can play an important role in the early phase of remodeling project. We modeled three design alternatives (buildings) and three housing modules (units) based on the actual case in Yeongwol city, Korea using a BIM design authoring tool. Nine combinatorial BIM models were demonstrated for the BIM-enabled review process described in this paper. To determine the most optimal design scenario among nine alternatives, this paper demonstrates a result of the conducted spatial program review. The main subject includes specific spatial program issues on; 1) the number of unit spaces; and 2) area of individual/grouped and private/shared spaces.
URI
http://www.koreascience.or.kr/article/ArticleFullRecord.jsp?cn=SNDJBZ_2015_v24n5_117http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11754/27932
ISSN
1229-7992
DOI
10.14774/JKIID.2015.24.5.117
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COLLEGE OF HUMAN ECOLOGY[S](생활과학대학) > INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE DESIGN(실내건축디자인학과) > Articles
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