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문헌 및 회화자료를 통해 본 조선시대 지배계층의 모정에 대한 인식과 건축적 특징

Title
문헌 및 회화자료를 통해 본 조선시대 지배계층의 모정에 대한 인식과 건축적 특징
Other Titles
A Study of the Awareness of the Governing Classes and the Architectural Characteristics of Mo-Jeong in the Joseon Dynasty through Literature and Paintings
Author
한동수
Keywords
정자(亭子); 모정(茅亭); 초정(草亭); 지배계층; 조선; Jeong-Ja; Mo-Jeong; Cho-Jeong; the Governing Classes; The Joseon Dynasty
Issue Date
2013-08
Publisher
대한건축학회 / The Architectural Institute of Korea
Citation
대한건축학회 / The Architectural Institute of Korea), 2013, 29(8), p.149-158(10쪽)
Abstract
The purpose of this study is to analyze the awareness of the governing classes of Mo-Jeong and its architectural characteristics in the Joseon Dynasty by means of a review of literature and paintings. Mo-Jeong is a sort of open-air pavilion with a roof made of thatch and constructed with one or two spans. In previous times, Mo-Jeong was considered as the representative architecture of the Jeon-Nam Province, where it was used in farming communities. However, a review of ancient literature and paintings depicting Mo-Jeong reveals that it was not used only for one specific class, but rather was used by a variety of groups ranging from ordinary people to the members of the ruling class. Moreover, there are several examples in literature and paintings which show that Mo-Jeong was used in palaces and for the governing classes’ gardens. The results of this study are as follows: In the Joseon Dynasty, the governing classes used Mo-Jeong not only for official areas in palaces but also as a leisure space near their rear garden and in the sarangchae (the men’s part of a house), due to its simple structure and ready supply of materials. Furthermore, Mo-Jeong was embodied in the governing classes’ philosophies and ideas such as Neo-Confucianism, Daoist hermit ideology, and the thought of Lao-tzu because its material represents its simplicity and natural beauty.
URI
http://www.dbpia.co.kr/Article/NODE02227902http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11754/50041
ISSN
1226-9093
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