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Byeongjun Kim

Architectural Portfolio


INDEX

Architectural Design

About Colaboration works OPEN PLATFORM BOOLEAN DIFFERENCE DEMATERIALIZATION vs MATERIALIZATION EVENT HOUSE

Academic works INDIAN FRENCH KOREAN BANARAS WORKSHOP BLENDING CONTEXT AXIS [3RD GRADE] CONTINUOUS METARIALS [4TH GRADE] STAKING CONTAINERS [COMPETITION] CONNECTING URBAN 3D CONTEXT [FINAL THESIS]

Extra works Sketch

Drawing Model making

Selected works 2011-2017


Byeongjun Kim +82 10 5496 4507 arc6120272@gmail.com

Education NamSeoul University, South Korea 2011-2017

Experience Hyundai Steel Co., Ltd hydrogen plant l Summer Internship l 2015.6 - 2015.8 (12 weeks) IROJE architects & planners l Summer Internship l 2017.6 - 2016.7 (4 weeks) UAARL Urban Alternative Architecture Research Lab l Undergraduate Assistant l 2015.9 - 2017.8

Software AutoCAD Rhinoceros Grasshopper SketchUp Photoshop Illustrator Indesign Lightroom Microsoft Office Based on Windows

Languages Korean English


open platform Colaboration with Prof. WooHyung Lee l UAARL I worked.. Schmetic Design, 3d Modelling, Diagrams

The new Contemporary Art Wing is built upon the inherent qualities of its site. Our design approach is not an act of creating another iconic building, but a delicated adaptation of creating “Non-Iconic OPEN PLATFORM” based on linking the fragmented pieces (City and Park, Park and Park and Old and New), preserving the existing museum and parks and fitting three programs – 1. Galleries, 2. Education (Library and Classrooms), 3. Social Common (Cafe, Store and Multipurpose Room) in one continuous yet site specific planning and programmatic configuration. Adopting this attitude is to assume the uniqueness of the place and not to dismiss its richness. The principal works are tailored interventions to increase connectivity, favor adjacencies, highlight qualities and improve circulation. The vision guided by MALI to reassess the role of the new museum allowed us to celebrate change and newness, and to help the institution recast itself as an open and accessible public place and a Museum for the twenty-first century. The glass museum and new plaza create a revitalized public identity for the


01. Context

02. Re -Zoning

03.Landscape Platform

MUSEUM AS INFRASTRUCTURE

AT CITY LEVEL, new art wing is designed as a link between city and park as well as park and park, becoming an important urban intersection (hub / infrastructure)  and part of city grid system

MUSEUM AS PARK

AT PARK LEVEL, new art wing forms new links between park and park, old and new as well as brings coherence to existing museum and other structure rather than creating an iconic imposition.

MUSEUM AS CULTURAL AGGREGATOR

AT MUSEUM LEVEL, it is designed as a streetscape and aggregate of three social and cultural program, that each program works independently as public program yet all together it becomes the state of art cultural institution.

04.Micro Parks

05. Street Park

06.Programs


01. SITE

02 BASE VOLUME

• Identify Site Condition and Constraints

• Grouping and Stacking Programs by Natural Light Preference

03. MANIPULATION

04. PROGRAMS

Base Volume manipulated by ;

• Three Programs (Gallery + Social Common + Education)

• Planning to Minimize the Noise from Subway and Traffic

• Each program planned to meet specific program requirement and light

• Separation from Subway Structure

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• Gallery & Storage Massing to Underground to maintain the existing façade

• Museum as Cultural Aggregator | Three in One Programs • Each program perform as individual urban programs, yet all together as State of Art Museum

05. CONNECTIVITY

06. NEW PUBLIC IDENTITY

• Direct Access from Metro to Museum Plaza

• New Glass Museum and Tower to revitalize New Public Identity

• Two Parks connected from Underground Passage

• Skylight / Court to bring natural light to the space below

• Link City and Park by Public Plaza and Stairs

• Public Plaza performs as new public realm

• Efficient Vertical Circulation for Library and Classroom

• Site Specific Building System developed such as y Shadow Curtain wall System with White Frit Vertical Pattern.


Circulation and program


QUALITY OF LIGHTS

• Y-Profile Skylight (North)

• Y-Profile Skylight (South)

• Skylight (no filter)

• Diffused / Filtered / Monolithic

• Diffused / Filtered /Monolithic

• Direct / Casting Shadow

• Light Well

• Artificial Lighting

• No Direct Light

• Direct Light

• Dark Room

• Good For Sculptural Object

• Good For Video Proejction


FLEXIBILITY OF EXHIBITION SPACE

• Spatial Hierarchy

• One Way Route

• Room by Room

• Painting / Large Sculpture

• Painting / Small Object

• Paintings

• Spatial Hierarchy

• Room in Room

• Maze / Discovery

• Installation / Light Sensitive Display

• Special Exhibition

• Paintings


b3 floor plan

b2 floor plan

b1 floor plan

ground floor plan


transverse section

longitudinal section


1. MASS CREATION WITH OPEN SPACE

2. MASS SEGMENTATIONS / PUBLIC PROGRAM IN THE MIDDLE

3. MASS SPREADING TO EXPOSE BURIED PROGRAMS & PUBLIC PROGRAM EXPANSION

4. SUPPLIMENTAL SEGMENTAION / MASS GIVE & TAKE

5. CARVING OUT PROGRAM’S SECTION PROFILES

6. HOLLOW FRAME TO ACCOMMODATE PROGRAMS


Boolean Difference Colaboration with Prof. WooHyung Lee / Hyeon Ki Yun I worked.. Schmetic Design, 3d Modelling, Drawings (diagrams)

Intended design concept pursues Adaptive Mass Segmentations for Maximum Programatic Exposures in order to provide actual as well as visual connections among events & activities at included programs. Segmenting solid mass into pieces enables buried programs to be exposed to the public and supplementary carving out section profiles from each pieces per program requirements allows that mass becomes hollow frames accommodating various street art forms and related facilities. Also within segmented pieces by placing public programs at the middle and required programs at the sides, exposed programs are enabled to have maximum level of exposure to the public. By doing so, the proposed design challenges the ways of containing street arts into a certain form of architectural boundary with new definition of programatic configurations.


BOOLEAN DIFFERENCE Public Space for Urban Art and Sound

Adaptive Mass Segmentations for Maximum Programatic Exposures

SITE INTRODUCTION Poject location is within the Hongdae Area, Seoul, South Korea near the Hongik University, It is known for the most young and vibrant area with its urban street arts and indie music culture, clubs and entertainments. Hongdae area is known for its indie spirit, urban street arts and underground musicians. The area provides street art festivals and performances, as well as music concerts by independent artists and mainstream entertainers. which is well-known for its prestigious art college, the neighborhood was built on a foundation of artistic souls ince the 1990s. In the early days, thanks to the cheap the cheap rent back, budget musicians and street artists started moving into the ateliers of Hongdae area. Now many of them had later transform into cafes or live music venues and the area has long had a reputation as the mecca of urban arts and underground club culture.

FEATURES AROUND SITE AREA HONGIK UNIVERSITY AS ART MECA

GRAFFITI ART STREET

STREET CONCERTS BY INDIE MUSICIAN

CLUB STREET

SMALL FASHION RETAILS

STREET VENDERS

SMALL CAFES / RESTAURANTS

ART & COMMERCIAL COLLABORATION


PROGRAMATIC ALLOCATION REQUIRED PROGRAMS

ADDED PROGRAMS

1. BAR-CAFE

8. MULTI-PURPOSE PERFORMANCE HALL

2. WORKSHOP

9. GRAFFITI GALLARY

3. SOUND STUDIO

10. SHOP / CAFE

4. SERVICES - LOBBY / OFFICE 5. PERFORMANCE STUDIO

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VERTICAL WORKSHOP OUTDOOR PLAZA

AUDITORIUM

SERVICES - OFFICE

SOUND STUDIO

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GRAFFITI GALLARY GRAFFITI GALLARY SERVICES - LOBBY

PERFORMANCE STUDIO

13. WALL PAINTING LIFT

GALLARY / SEATING WORKSHOP

WALL PAINTING LIFT WALL PAINTING LIFT GALLARY / SEATING MULTI-PURPOSE PERFORMANCE HALL PERFORMANCE / EVENT STAGE

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14. GALLARY / SEATING

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BAR-CAFE

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6. AUDITORIUM

PROGRAMATIC CONFIGURATION

ART-RELATED PROGRAM

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VERTICAL WORKSHOP

MULTI-PURPOSE PERFORMANCE HALL

SOUND STUDIO

PERFORMANCE STUDIO CHANGING ROOM / SHOWER

GALLARY / SEATING

C. GIGANTIC GRAFFITI PAINTING WALL

BATHROOM

GRAFFITI GALLARY BAR-CAFE OFFICE

PERFORMANCE / EVENT STAGE CAFE EXTENSION PERFORMANCE / EVENT STAGE

WORKSHOP

MECHANICAL ROOM GRAFFITI GALLARY

AUDITORIUM

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PERFORMANCE STUDIO 3 / PREPARING ROOM

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MULTI-PURPOSE PERFORMANCE HALL GALLARY / SEATING PERFORMANCE / EVENT STAGE OFFICE WORKSHOP (DUPLEX) WALL PAINTING LIFE VERTICAL WORKSHOP

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dematerialization vs materialization Colaboration with Prof. WooHyung Lee / Hyeon Ki Yun I worked.. Schmetic Design, 3d Modelling, Drawings (diagrams)

Intended design concept pursues Conversions in the Characteristics of Materiality for Major Building Components that are exterior envelope and interior space by Burring Defined Hard Edge (Exterior Surface) VS Substantiating Undefined Soft Edge (Interior Void) in oder to challenge the boundary of definition of architectural materiality. Specifically, the concept carried out through Dematerializing Material Exterior Surface Enveloped with Sprayed Mist and Materializing Immaterial Interior Void Enveloped with translucent Glass Louvers.


buenos aires new contemporary art museum Art Museum Design Exploring Multi-Faced Manifestation of the Materiality in Contemporary Architecture

Governing architectural expression at exterior with louver provide Green features to the design by providing First, Evaporative Cooling at facade: water spray creating mist around building for the summer to cool down the temperature of the atmosphere. Second, Passive Ventilation at facade: heat chimney to vent out used air from building inside. Third, Solar Heating at roof: evacuated tube collectors to provide required heating load for the building. to achieve all of the above, louver transforms color from white at the bottom to black at the roof with gentle gradation. also Governing architectural expression at interior with translucent louver provides partitions for the exhibition, railing at void, finish pattern at floor and ceiling and artificial lights to glow at night.

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SPANISH PLAZA & WATER FEATURES

MATERIALIZATION OF VOID & GROUND LEVEL CORRESPONDANCE

EVENTS AT PLATFORM & SPANISH PLAZA & MAIN CIRCULATION

FUNCTIONS WITH GROUND LEVEL CORRESPONDANCE

FLOATING PROG RAMMATIC ICONS


PLAN

GROUND LEVEL ( G.L +0.0 )

SECOND LEVEL ( G.L +12.0 )

THIRD LEVEL ( G.L +18.0 )

FOURTH LEVEL ( G.L +26.0 )

SECTION

Key Map

MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM

SHOP OFFICE

AUDITORIUM

STORAGE EXHIBITION GALLERY


Roof field configuration to bring maximized natural light deep into galleries space through void space created correspond to sky light configuration at roof.

STEEL PLATE W/ FIN FOR LOUVER ATTACH BUILDING STRUCTURE INTERIOR FINISH -REPLACEABLE TRANSLUCENT ACRYLIC PANEL (REPLACEABLE TO SOLID PANEL FOR WALL-MOUNT EXHIBITION)

ALUMINUM MULLION W/ FIN FOR LOUVER ATTACHMENT VENTILATION VENT TUBE W/ TRASLUCENT ACRYLIC DOUBLE GLAZING TRANSLUCENT GLASS PANER WATER SUPPLY PIPE FOR NOZZLE SPRAY NOZZLE TRANSLUCENT ACRYLIC LOUVER COVER TYPE B TYPE C TYPE A TYPE D

RAIN WATER COLLECTION PIPE HEAT TRANSFER PIPE FROM EVACUATIVE TUBE COLLECTOR

TYPE E PAINTED STEEL ANGLE TRANSLUCENT GLASS PANER W/ PRE-DRILLED HOLES FOR LIGHT FIXTURE PAINTED STEEL TUBE W/ PRE-DRILLED HOLES FOR LIGHT FIXTURE TRANSLUCENT CHANNEL GLASS REPLACEABLE LED LIGHT FIXTUBE

TYPE E : INTERIOR LOUVER - TRANSLUCENT CHANNEL GLASS W/ TUBE STRUCTURE INSIDE TYPE A : EVAPORATIVE COOLING - WATER SPRAY CREATING MIST TYPE B : PASSIVE VENTILATION - HEAT CHIMANEY TO VENT OUT USED AIR TYPE C : RAIN WATER COLLECTOR - PROVIDE WATER REQUIRED FOR WATER SPRAY TYPE D : SOLAR HEATING - EVACUATED TUBE COLLECTORS TO PROVIDE HEATING LOAD


LOUVER Green features by evaporative cooling, passive ventilation, solar heating and becomes major architectural expression to the design.

ROOF system field for receiving natural sun light and governing interior space configuration below.

INTERIOR LOUVER materializing interior void space by defining envelope with translucent glass louver.

STRUCTURE : main super structure member as self-supporting structural rib : tension bar member hanging slabs from main structure : pedestal member supporting main structure

GALLERY 03 6M H

(1000m2)

GALLERY 04 12M H GALLERY 01 5M H

(800m2)

(1500m2)

PUBLIC LOBBY / EVENT SPACE (1247m ) 2

MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM (600m ) 2

AUDITORIUM (450m ) 2

CAFE (185m ) 2

SOUVENIR STORE (100m ) 2

GALLERY 02 6M H (800m ) 2

STORAGE / LOADING

(357m2)

PLANT (200m ) 2

OFFICE (180m ) 2

RECEPTION / COAT CHECK (120m ) 2


event house Colaboration with Prof. WooHyoung Lee l UAARL I worked.. 3d Modelling, Diagrams, Representation

The site is placed on a hillside with a sweeping view and a broad slope to the northwest, and faces a mountain to the south. It poses a particular challenge that the orientation of the house and of the main view cannot be the same. The couple wanted a place for various social activities and events, in addition to residence, after the husband retires. To do so, they wanted a separate guest house apart from the main house, an independent study-cum-atelier for the husband, as well as a multi-purpose space that can accommodate about 20 people.


Location 62-1, Dogok-ri, Yangseo-myeon, Yangpyeong-gun, Gyeonggi, Republic of Korea Program Private House Site area 999m² Building area 199.69 m² Gross floor area 278.34m² Building scope 2F Height 6.2m Building to land ratio 19.99% (Lawful Limit: 20%) Floor area ratio 27.86% (Lawful Limit: 80%) Design Period 2014. 9 - 2015. 2 Construction period 2015. 4 - 2016. 5 Principal architect Woo Hyoung Lee Design team Jin Hyun Suh Constructor Muyu Design Client Hong Yeol Yoon Photographer Jae Youn Kim Editor Jill, Park, Jimin Cho


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indian fench korean banaras workshop

Colaboration with NSU, Ecole (France), BVCOA (India) I worked.. Conference , Sketch , Presentation


The purpose of the workshop is the basic work of the city infrastructure in Bharansi, India, through collaboration with three universities in India. Varanasi was very old city as originated about 1,000 years. Although famous city in the all of world, nothing plan of city infrastructure as like architectural plans. Then three university ; indian, korean, frence were done works that draw all of city's frame.


MUNSHI GHAT Built in the year 1912 as a part of the palatial building named after SHRIDHAR NARAYAN MUNSHI, a finance misnister in NAGPUR

DHARBHANGA GHAT In 1915 the king of DARBHANGA(BIHAR) purchased the ghat and extended it this is now the DARBHANGA ghat the building is made of SANDSTONE from CHUNAR

RANA MAHAL GHAT BUILT IN CA 1670 BY KING RANA JAGATSINGH OF UDAIPUR THE KING HAD TAKEN SHELTER AT THIS PLACE DURING HIS PILGRIMAGE TO KASHI IT HAS BEEN BUILT IN THE RAJASTHANI STYLE

CHOUSATTI GHAT NAMED AFTER THE 64(CHAUSATHA) GODDESSES 64 STEPS LEAD TO THE MAIN TEMPLE(CHAUSATH YOGINI)ON THE GHAT THE TEMPLE IS DEDICATED TO GODDESS KALI


GHATS: MOST ACTIVE LAYER HERITAGE STRUCTURES HAWKERS TOURISTS GUEST HOUSES OLD BUILDINGS DENSE ACTIVE RENOVATIONS NEW CONSTRUCTIONS COMMERCE ORIENTED DENSE TRAFFIC HIGH FOOTFALL ABANDONED STRUCTURES

NEW CONSTRUCTION LESS FOOTFALL PASSING TRAFFIC TALL BUILDINGS

View at Node


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SECTION THOUGH BENGALITOA ROAD

GHAT, FEINGE ANALYSIS & ARTERIAL ROAD ANALYSIS

PLAN & SECTION


Works with..3weeks


Experience in India has become a good foundation for my architectural experience. It was a good experience to do a small project, bumping into other languages and people with different cultures in poor situations. Although the outcome was not high, it was a significant time to finish the project. Their culture was a special example of a religious occasion, so it could have been a different experience. Also, it will be a big step forward in building an understanding of the country.


SCHEMATIC DRAWING


PROPOSAL


blending context axis master plan of university 3rd grade

The project is planned from a city perspective. The city of songdo has many contexts. There are many stories in the city, such as roads, nodes, and buildings, which allow the construction of a building, using the context of the whole city. The project uses the axis of the principal node in the urban planning of Songdo to pursue a new master plan by blending the axis of view, cultivating and viewing the axis of vision. The new urban grid will be a new landmark in the planning city of Songdo, and will pursue a new way of thinking after leaving the traditional architectural method. Through this method, you can understand the new urban context.


23km : Far distance in site

12km : Middle distance in site

6km : Near distance in site

Make geomatric surface

Merge all layers


LONDON COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATION UNIV.

The College is also proud to house a selection of famous archives educa-

tions are invaluable tools for teaching, learning and research. Since these educations, designing considered all programs by times.

THE ROYAL BALLET SCHOOL.

The college is one of the world’s greatest centres of classical ballet training which for generations has produced dancers. And now there’s a

new generation making its mark on the world stage, all of whom trained

at the Royal Ballet School. SINCE THAT PROGRAMS, DESIGNING CONSIDERED ANY STUDIOS, AUDITORIUMS LIKE PERFORMING SPACE


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Courtyard

Ballet studios [Concert hall]


Lifelong , Library

The royal ballet school

Dormitory

London communicate collage

Made by 3d printing


contour of louvers remodeling in sin-sa 4th grade

The project is a project to remodel a building located in Sinsa-dong, Seoul. When I first started the project, I wanted to solve it in one architectural language. One architectural language wanted to set up a shape as a louvre and then proceed through the repetition through repetition. The design of the preexisting slab was designed to maintain the existing slab shape and designed the louvers. To improve the characteristics of louver, the thickness of the louver was adjusted considering the volume and the surrounding context. Inside the program, the program targeted foreign residents for foreign residents. Designed to be a good sight for the cook, the cook designed the inside of the cooking room and designed the inside of the cooking room.


Also interior design was organized through the same pattern as externally constructed.


Section details model


staking containers competition

Recently, a lot of buildings in Korea have been shown. The container has many advantages in the construction sector, with a short construction period, easy construction and economical construction. There are already many container buildings in the country, and it is emerging as a new building trend. We also plan to utilize the merits of these containers to plan the new cultural space of Gyeongju, it will be proposed in the course of design progress, architectural planning, and future plans. When we first laid the focus on this project, it was the selection of the Great Place. Without any careful consideration, it was thought that placing containers in the downtown of Gyeongju could be a tragic thing that would not match the race. The container box of the container was considered to be a material that could be interpreted as an existing building, and that it needed to be harmonized with the existing buildings and the urban context of Gyeongju.


SITE INTRODUCTION Gyeongju is a representative cultural tourism city of Korea, and the history of the Silla Dynasty remains intact. Various cultural heritage sites such as Bulguksa Temple and Seokguram Grotto are distributed. It must be an attractive tourist attraction for foreigners as well as foreigners. However, recent tourism culture has many problems. The annual number of tourists in Gyeongju is increasing, but the growth rate is decreasing. If you look at the tourist distribution, you're seeing more than 40 percent of those in their 20s, and the rise in foreign tourists, but their return rate is not satisfactory. In other words, the culture of Gyeongju is not diverse, and there is a lack of culture programs for young tourists to enjoy. Therefore, we are looking for ways to cater to tourists ' cultural programs rather than just appreciating cultural heritage sites. I wanted to go ahead with this project.

FEATURES OF SITE


GYEONGJU

Daejang-dong is the site of 476 square meters in Gyeongju, and the selected area is 660 square meters with 660 square meters. The result of the review of the statutes is that the building blocks are not less than 300 % volume and are designated as a site for railroad idle sites. Inside the temple, there was an existing building that used to be used as a toilet and warehouse in addition to Bulguksa Station. We intend to provide a container of container culture through existing buildings and harmony.


Access to cars and trains

3 layers

Seperate public & private

Void & Solid

Optimize Sunlight

Open the circulation


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connecting urban 3d context final thesis

This project is my last graduation work. It was originally located in Gongchungdeok-dong, Gangdong-gu, Gangwon Province, where it used to be located. After the wreck, the residents of Nowon and the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport remain in a residential area, a neighborhood, a parking lot, and a trash can, as a result of the planned relocation of the housing complex to the residents of Nowon and the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport. In the urban context, a narrow gap in the shape of the roads and the planned occurrence of the land in the vicinity of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Nowon-gu presents a wide range of views, including a narrow cross-section of a narrow cross-section, and a narrow cross-section of a narrow area, suggesting a restoration of a wide range of places.


Metric


process

Keep the exisiting context

Make new context for site

Divide for 4 layers

Set a height

Role of spase usage


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extra works model making, sketch, drawing


Skatch & Drawing

Boolean something

Architect who loved Mediterranean sea_LECORBUSIER


Memories

Shelter in the nature


South view

SW view

NE view

Top view


Model making in IROJE architects & planners


Byeongjun Kim +82 10 5496 4507 arc6120272@gmail.com

Architectural portfolio 2017  

Architectural portfolio, Architect, Design, Sketch, Drawing,archjun

Architectural portfolio 2017  

Architectural portfolio, Architect, Design, Sketch, Drawing,archjun

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