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Jerry M Hong Portfolio 2018


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Technology Consultant Consultant Technology education University of of Florida Florida AT AT Lab Lab University

Aug 2016 2016 -- May May 2018 2018 Aug Gainesville, FL FL Gainesville, Provide services services and and assistance assistance inin the the computer computer labs. labs. Provide Master of Architecture May 2018 University of Florida International study in Japan and Singapore (summer). Architectural Intern Intern May 2016 2016 -- Aug Aug 2016 2016 Architectural May The Beck Beck Group Group Tampa, FL FL The Tampa, TampaZoo Zoogorilla gorillaexhibit, exhibit, office officerenovation, renovation, and andschool school Tampa proposal. proposal. Master of Construction Management Dec 2017 University of Florida Capstone Project using Revit.

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Architectural Intern Intern May 2015 2015 -- Aug Aug 2015 2015 Architectural May Bluarch Architecture Architecture New York, York, NY NY Bluarch New Brownstone renovation, renovation, permit permit drawings, drawings, and and Brownstone renderings. renderings. Bachelor of Design Architecture May 2015 University of Florida Exchange Program with Xi'an University of Architecture and Technology (summer). NCARB IDP enrolled. enrolled. 869 hours hours completed. completed. NCARB -- IDP 869 International study in Vicenza, Italy (fall).

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skills activities

Master of of Constr Const Master University of of Flo Fl University Capstone Projec Projec Capstone

Revit Revit publications

AutoCAD AutoCAD

activities Design-Build Studio Studio Design-Build references Fall 2017 2017 Fall

publications Vorkurs: Exquisite Exquisite Corpse Corpse Vorkurs: Graduate School School publication. publication. Graduate

Collaborated on on two two Collaborated built community projects. built community projects. Rhinoceros 3D 3D Rhinoceros Design in in Repurpose: Repurpose: Design Vorkurs: Exquisite Corpse Lisa Huang (Thesis Chair) design-build studio studio fall fall 2017 2017 design-build Sketchup Sketchup Supervised Teaching Supervised Graduate School publication. Assistant ProfessorTeaching at UF Graduate School publication. Graduate School publication. Fall 2017 2017 Fall Adobe Creative Creative Suite Suite lisahuang@ufl.edu Adobe Led Design Design IV IV studio. studio. Led Design in Repurpose: Maxwell Render Maxwell Render (Prof. Montoya) (Prof. Montoya) design-build studio fall 2017 Jeet Singh Graduate SchoolLaser publication. Laser Cutting Cutting Architectural Designer at Beck Group Model Making Making Model jeetsingh@beckarchitecture.com Model Making Making Model Summer 2014 2014 Summer Michael Montoya Teaching Assistant Teaching Assistant Adjunct Professor at UF


jerrymhong.com

jerry m hong

jerry m hong

W - www.jerrymhong.com

P - +1 904 403 3211 E - jerrymhong@gmail.com

A - Long Island City, New York

experience

education

Technology Consultant Aug 2016 - May 2018 University of Florida AT Lab Gainesville, FL Provide services and assistance in the computer labs.

Master of Architecture May 2018 University of Florida International study in Japan and Singapore (summer).

Architectural Intern May 2016 - Aug 2016 The Beck Group Tampa, FL Tampa Zoo gorilla exhibit, office renovation, and school proposal.

Master of Construction Management University of Florida Capstone Project using Revit.

Architectural Intern May 2015 - Aug 2015 Bluarch Architecture New York, NY Brownstone renovation, permit drawings, and renderings.

Bachelor of Design Architecture May 2015 University of Florida Exchange Program with Xi'an University of Architecture and Technology (summer). International study in Vicenza, Italy (fall).

NCARB - IDP enrolled. 869 hours completed.

Fluent in English and Chinese (mandarin).

Dec 2017

skills

activities

publications

references

Revit

Design-Build Studio Fall 2017 Collaborated on two built community projects.

Vorkurs: Exquisite Corpse Graduate School publication.

Lisa Huang (Thesis Chair) Assistant Professor at UF lisahuang@ufl.edu

AutoCAD Rhinoceros 3D Sketchup Adobe Creative Suite Maxwell Render Laser Cutting Model Making

Supervised Teaching Fall 2017 Led Design IV studio. (Prof. Montoya) Model Making Summer 2014 Teaching Assistant Summer 2013

Design in Repurpose: design-build studio fall 2017 Graduate School publication.

Jeet Singh Architectural Designer at Beck Group jeetsingh@beckarchitecture.com Michael Montoya Adjunct Professor at UF Associate at ELM mmontoya@elmplan.com


jerry m hong

contents

Cover Page. Emanating from Douglas Darden’s Condemned Buildings, a simple architectural canon is imagined. A House is a Vessel of Aroma. A series of allegorical symbols compose a suggestive section to respond to the prompt. The prompt seeks to introduce the role of smell and aroma through the ritual of bathing and translate the intangible into the tangible.


2018 edition

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a craft in the making

a rising field

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atrium as conjunction

an assemblage of light

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re-painting

displacement of water |

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displacement of water ||

public space as catalyst

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a horizontal dialogue

repurpos(e)ing


29.65 N 82.32 W

a craft in the making | Gainesville | Fabrication Studio | Medium The dinosaur workshop is imaginative proposal that is appropriate for the site in Gainesville, creating a new relationship with natural history museum, the paleontology program and the fabrication laboratory at the University of Florida. The site is along a bicycle trail edge, the workshop becomes both as studio and an exhibit itself.

Stemming from archaeological process of digging, carving, plastering, these process become methods which the design actualized from. Carving and layering wax was a process to explore spatial relationship and question of privacy and public along the trail.

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(1) site , connection, museum, program, fabrication


archaeological process | carving | change conditions

(2)

(2) scale,vertical vs horizontal, fossil replication process

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independent project

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(1) drawing processes carving and melting


archaeological process | carving | change conditions

(2)

(3)

(2) carving process to inform relationship of massing, ground, and negative spaces (3) speculative section of fossil replicas in the making with a horizontal jib system

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26.07 N 119.29 E

a rising field | Fuzhou | Farm | Medium This project seeks to revive the cultural art of goldfish cultivation. The existing field is tradition farmland, a field of water container set within the ground. Injecting a sequence spatial journey, these moments of displacement bring new spatial experience to the existing landscape.

The field is bisected into two zones, breeding and selling, the central wall separated these into two fields with views into both the fields. A series of displacement, measured against the horizontal line, below, between, and above becomes different means to enjoy the site and bring new perspectives onto goldfish cultivation.

(1)

(2)

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(1) fields, density, tools, goldfish, and ritual of feeding (2) images of an existing goldfish farm


measurement | displacement | sequence

(3)

(4)

(3) water level, occupying the water, selling, and ritual of selection (4) 1:32 conceptual model and circulation sketches

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independent project

(1)

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(1) aerial plan and section 1:16 scale


measurement | displacement | sequence

Vessels of Displacement

Constructed Horizontal Experiences Constructed Views, Vista, Belvedere

Volumes of Water Implied Vertical Void

Existing Module Plurality of Scale

Layering of Masses and Voids

(2)

(3) components axonometric

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independent project

(1)

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(1) entering a transuclent volume


measurement | displacement | sequence

(2)

(2) engaging the goldfish from above

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independent project

(1)

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(1) intimacy of water


measurement | displacement | sequence

(2)

(2) at level with water and goldfish

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independent project

(1)

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(1) viewing the into the breeding field


measurement | displacement | sequence

(2)

(2) above the field

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independent project

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(1) observing the vertical and horizontal movement of goldfish in the breeding field


measurement | displacement | sequence

(2)

(2) observing the site and the landscape

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41.38 N 2.18 E

atrium as conjunction | Barcelona | Hotel | Large Hotel at the services of locals, or tourists? The project considers the identity of the hotel in terms of those distinct groups. The forms are derived from two different audiences and the atriums serve as the conjunction for these two audiences. The form is further articulated for views, light, and connections.

The ground articulation functions as an anchor to the city with culture programs that cater to both the locals and tourists, a conjunction of the city and the hotel.The urban connector contains a bicycle ramp linking the city circulation into the hotel circulation.

Hotel Program Studies

Hotel Proposed Programs (1)

anchoring

alternating

suspending

canopy

concealed

residential

atrium

hotel (2)

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(1) hotel program studies and proposed programs (2) sectional studies of atrium retlationship


intersection | identity | podium | atrium

City Blocks

Project Site

Water Promenade

(3)

(4)

(3) Barcelona waterfront and site location (4) view from the water promenade

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collaborative project (Sarah Vecchione)

Roof Garden

Infinity Pool

Urban Corridor

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(1) roof garden, infinity pool, and urban corridor as part of the urban fabric


intersection | identity | podium | atrium envelope

programs

garden

skin structure skin

condos

lounge hotel pool

spa theatre

meeting bike + walk

community framework skin panels framework

structure

slabs

columns

steel columns

bike ramp

community (2) building systems axonometric

urban connection

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00.00 N 00.00 E

an assemblage of light | Speculative | Light Diffuser | Small Light qualities are explored in drawings first and later transform into a construct. Diffuse and soft light are explored via layering varies material quality. The project continues into materials studies that would translate the concepts from the drawing into 1 to 1 physical construct.

A 1 to 1 construct brings a new set of challenges: methods of joint, scale of materials, and material qualities. Wood was selected because of its willingness to bent and fold. Using the living hinge method to create a surface curved surface. The curving of a surface would produce a much softer refracting off than a flat one. The construct is imagined as a facade that would impose light on to other surfaces.

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(2)

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(1) living hinge joint wood studies (2) plan, section, and front elevation


layering | translucency | depth | movement

Glass Panel GLASS PANEL

Primary PRIMARY Structure STRUCTURE

Assembly ASSEMBLY

Light Diffuser Connector LIGHT DIFFUSERHorizontal HORIZONTAL CONNECTOR

Polycarbonate POLYCARBONATE (5)

(3)

(3) construction components axonometric

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independent Project

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(1) 1:1 scale wood and polycarbonate model, details and front elevation (natural light)


layering | translucency | depth | movement

(2)

(2) 1:1 scale wood and polycarbonate model, details and back elevation (artificial light)

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00.00 N 00.00 E

re-painting | Digital | Landscape | Independent project In response to the prompt present by Perry Kulper, Painting (not) by Numbers: establishing a deep read of a painting, developing instruments to “work” on the painting, and establishing an understanding of digital means for working. Reading the painting as analogically to an archaeological site.

The analogous thinking on the painting “The Mexican Window” ( Robert Maxwell 1974) as an abstract field that holds the markings of the previous inhabitants, through re-engineering a set of artificial instruments emerges based on the translation of pigment, color structure, texture, painting strokes, and lines. These set of equipment collect and interpret another reading of the painting, transpose the markings into the second set of this diptych. The painting itself is a collection of data that is constantly re-record and re-mark. The painting is to be understood as individually or as a diptych.

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(2)

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(1) Robert Maxwell The Mexican Window, 1974 (2) Re-record, read and collect


field | markings | palimpsest | ruins

(3)

(4)

(3) Robert Maxwell, The Blue Door, 1973 (4) Re-paint, re-read and mark

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67.93 N 13.08 E

displacement of water l | Norway | Belvedere | Medium An investigation on displacing water as a method for exploring human relationship with water. Reine Island located in the northern part of Norway, a part of a collection of islands known for fermented kippfish. The process of preparing kippfish, or dry cod, is transforming ritual that embodies the cultural essence of these fishermen. The process dehydrates the fresh cod for later reconstitution, ensuring a stable food source. The site is perched on the ridge of the mountain. At this particular point, one can view the entire village and the mountain peaks surrounded by water.

The location has a sense of fantasy. The architecture charges the project by incorporating a ritual that is unique to this region. Imagine hikers ascending the trail to encounter a wall that rises from the ridge, a wall that carries the aroma of dry cod. Here, the hiker leaves a kippfish before entering the long, narrow space that is a construct of steel; a material that is raw and cold. They reach the end to find a view of the sea and a shelter where they would enjoy a dish of reconstituted cod. The act of removing ourselves from the water by hiking upwards is later reconciled with the consumption cod, coming from the water.

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(1)

(2)

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(1) process of kippfish drying (2) geographic location and typography


water | displacement | narrative

(3)

(3)

(3) images of kippfish drying and the site (4) the trek to the pavilion

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independent project

(1)

(2)

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(1) longitudinal section (2) aerial plan


water | displacement | narrative

(3)

(3) paper and foam conceptual model

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independent project

(1)

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(1) perspective of the vista space


water | displacement | narrative

(2)

(3) perspective moments along the entrance and the belvedere

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1.35 N 103.81 E

displacement of water ll | Singapore | Pavilion | Small The second exploration of our relationship with water. Jurong lake in Singapore, where creating reclaimed land is a cultural norm. The notion of creating new environment is reinforced with displacing water to allow for new relationships between people and water. the Island is an extension of the lake promenade into the water accessible only through kayaking. The pavilion providing a unique spatial sequence to view the lake’s aquatic life.

Aquascape, the art of creating miniature landscapes underwater, is a popular pastime in Singapore. this process became a method of creating views and aperture to filter light through. During the monsoon season, the water level will rise to create a new environment, one where the participates could kayak through space as if it was a cave.

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(2)

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(1) process of aquascape (2) geographic location and typography


water | displacement | culture

(3)

(4)

(3) images of Jurong Lake (4) paper conceptual model

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independent project

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(1) transverse section


water | displacement | culture

(2)

(3)

(2) longitudinal section (3) plan

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independent project

(1)

(2)

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(1) approaching the pavilion during monsoon season (wet) (2) approaching the pavilion during dry season


water | displacement | culture

(3)

(3) displacement of water and spatial relationship to water

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41.90 N 12.50 E

public space as catalyst | Rome | Mixed-Use | X-Large Located on the east bank of the Tiber River, this block intervention seeks to reinvent a corner of the ancient city of Rome by inserting contemporary programs within a strong historical context that anchor a public piazza - the Roman staple of public space. Housing is the fabric of the intervention, with public buildings at the community’s service.

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The city of Rome is understood as a series of courtyards and piazzas with varying levels of intensity. level 2 might be a small, hidden neighborhood space, while level 3 would be piazza Palazzo Farnese, level 7 Campo di Fiori, and level 10 would be the Spanish Steps. This intervention seeks to establish a level 6 intensity.


piazza | edges | urban fabric

(1)

(1) view as a city block

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41.90 N 12.50 E

collaborative project (Sarah Vecchione)

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(2)

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(1) section perspective of the library, piazza, and shops (2) view into the piazza


piazza | edges | urban fabric

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4 (3)

1. Library 2. Institution 3. Piazza 4. Commerical 5. Business Incubator 6. Residential

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(3)commerical and housing (4) civic buildings frame the piazza and the institution frames the view outward towards the river

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47.60 N 122.33 W

a horizontal dialogue | Seattle | School and Housing | Large A school of 7 crafts including wood, stone, glass, color, clay, metal and textiles and student housing was the brief. The workshops are arranged with two additional programs. library and gallery to inform a central courtyard. The courtyard is an extension of the workshops. Workshops are aligned with a band of horizontal glass, a constant connection to the other workshops.

The doors of the individual craft spaces rotate up creating a continuous roof connecting to the courtyard, a continues dialogue emerge from one workshop to another workshop. The library anchor the school east edge and the gallery act as a mediator between the school and Gas Work Park. The housing is extending into the water, the school act as a separation, inform a sense of layering and privacy.

Material Qualities

Disciplines

Operation

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Wood

Stone

Glass

Color

carving soaking molding drying shaving

carving quarrying dressing

melting tinting annealing

mixing dyeing

Layering

Subtraction

Transcluency

Addition


permeability | inside and outside | extension

Clay

Metal

Textiles

molding firing glazing

melting welding extracting

weaving dyeing stitching

Renewal

Conditioning

Overlapping

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(1) understanding crafts through process and spatial implications

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independent project

(1)

(2)

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(1) sketching of courtyards and workshops spatial relationship (2) section throught the glass and clay workshop


permeability | inside and outside | extension

(4)

(3)

(3) rotating door detail

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independent project

housing

library

textiles 47

glass

wood


permeability | inside and outside | extension

gallery

metal

stone

(1) exploded axonometric

clay

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29.65 N 82.32 E

repurpose(e)ing | Gainesville | Enclosure | Small Repurpose Project, a material and recycling thrift store located in Gainesville. The proposal is a series of phases carried out by the design-build studio from the University of Florida. The phase we focused was the south east corner. The client intent for this area was a drop-off and wood storage area.

(1)

All materials were sourced and re-purposed from the site. A series of spatial fences that protect and enclosed this storage wood yard. Along the fences, moments of rest emerges engage the foliage along the outer edge of the site and along the art zone on the opposite side.

(2)

(3)

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(1) 1/16� basswood model (model by team and author) (2) materials and tools (3) exsiting site conditions with some of the posts (photos by team)


materiality | repurpose | system

(4)

(4) existing plan, red is the intervention area (drawing by team and author)

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collaborative project

(1)

(2)

(3)

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(4)

(1) deck (2) Pause-along-the-Windows (3) Pause-by-the-Tree (4) Pause-by-the-Red (photos by team)


materiality | repurpose | system

(5)

(6)

(5) fence along the east wall (6) work and denailing stations (photos by team)

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collaborative project

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(1) plan (drawing by team and author)


materiality | repurpose | system

(1)

(2) fence as-built exploded axonometric

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collaborative project

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(1) deck as-built exploded axonometric


materiality | repurpose | system

(2)

(2)Pause-along-the-Windows as-built exploded axonometric

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collaborative project

(1)

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(1) Pause-by-the-tree as-built exploded axonometric


materiality | repurpose | system

(2)Pause-by-the-Red as-built exploded axonometric

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The dinosaur workshop is imaginative proposal that is appropriate for the site in Gainesville, creating a new relationship with natural history museum, the paleontology program and the fabrication laboratory at the University of Florida. The site is along a bicycle trail edge, the workshop becomes both as studio and an exhibit itself. Stemming from archaeological process of digging, carving, plastering, these process become methods which the design actualized from. Carving and layering wax was a process to explore spatial relationship and question of privacy and public along the trail.

Jerry M Hong

The dinosaur workshop is imaginative proposal that is appropriate for the site in Gainesville, creating a new relationship with natural history museum, the paleontology program and the fabrication laboratory at the University of Florida. The site is along a bicycle trail edge, the workshop becomes both as studio and an exhibit itself. Stemming from archaeological process of digging, carving, plastering, these process become methods which the design actualized from. Carving and layering wax was a process to explore spatial relationship and question of privacy and public along the trail.

Jerry M Hong Portfolio 2018  

Jerry M Hong is an architectural designer. This is his portfolio sample 2018 edition.

Jerry M Hong Portfolio 2018  

Jerry M Hong is an architectural designer. This is his portfolio sample 2018 edition.

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