PORTFOLIO 2011 W O N W O O
P A R K
KNOT International Competition Summer 2011 Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation
This emerging ring-typed loop will cross South Helsinki sea and correct east-west waterfront. It will utilize the existing infrastructure and expand urban activities such as festival, market, convention and tourism into waterfront area. Along the ring, these activities will be reinforced in size
and density by the help of its loop circulation system for pedestrian, public vehicle and ship. Different users of these systems, visitor, residents and workers get together along their own track of the ring, but sometimes be mixed and separated by different time and place.
Map of Helsinki
Aerial View looking Northwest
program leisure activity
existing through traffic
detour for through traffic and cargo traffic
expansion of the city structure
Expansion of the waterfront Followed by a proposed marine ring, the existing events can be held more expansively on place and freely on time. For instance, a flee market place located in the middle of the waterfront
View of New Urban Gate
pedestrian ring and bike ring
can be expanded inside the marine ring for not only locals but international visitors from two ferry terminal. The inside ring can suggest the place of same condition for winter season and raining. It make it possible to occupy
demolish and relocate existing infrastructure
big size events without season and place. Also, linear shape of the ring can suggest continuous and flexible program inside.
GREEN linear green space new green area
existing area Market Square
Business Center 2F
PUBLIC linear public space new public space existing public traffic route existing publc space
Market Hall 2F
Makasiini Terminal 4F
Urban Ring Parking Lot 4F
Multi-Level Eco-Bridge Mall
Indoor Recreational Center 4F
BIKE new bike-lane existing bike-lane Plaza Satamatalo 1F
TRAFFIC proposed through traffic
Entrance of Traffic Olympia Terminal 3F
pedestrian-friendly existing roads
SITE CONDITION buidlings to be demolished buidlings remaing
indoor market lecture hall
conference hall foyer
New Urban Gate To establish the identity of Helsinki, the sea parts of the urban ring will be the bridge to connect east-west part of waterfront. The bridge will be used for pedestrians and small vehicle for commuter and visitors.
Under the bridge ferries for two terminal and private boats will pass through day and night. They will make the image of dynamics for Helsinki. While do not interrupt the existing sea route, concentrate the existing role as a port to two terminal.
Terminals After two logistics terminals move to other ports, Helsinki waterfront terminal can be mainly used for visitor-oriented of tour, convention and event. The marine ring plugs these terminals into waterfront and utilize the whole area as concourse for visitor oriented programs. Following the concourse inside the marine ring will transcend visitors into each program locations all over the waterfront. To achieve this goal,
we suggest to detour the existing cargo traffic. It will help visitors and locals to approach to the sea easier. Its approach for pedestrians, both citizen and tourist, will be the circular way along the marine ring. It finally expand the existing market place and realize the concept of ‘sea to the city direct market’. Finally, the concourse will conclude seamless ‘city to the sea’ sequence and create spaces for interaction with water.
Transportation Apart from a typical deck-style of waterfront, this circle-style typology can facilitate the development of Helsinki waterfront by means of diverse connections to existing bus, mono rail, bicycle and pedestrian. These public transportation routes will act as bridges to expand existing urban activities into the waterfront so a circulation of the marine ring can increase until urban scale of Helsinki city. Them should penetrate and connect land maks and
Public Port Makasiini Terminal
1st fl. 216 EA 2nd fl. 216 EA
main boulevard of the city and finally reach the new marine ring. It also will make it possible to increase economical, educational and cultural connection between areas of Helsinki. For instance, students of Helsinki can use existing monorails to attend international academic conventions held on the waterfront. The marine ring will have new monorail and bus stations along its linear mass. It will suggest convenient transition and short travel time.
166 EA +1.6
Pedestrian Way Bikeway Cargo Traffic Access Cargo Traffic Exit Vehicle Traffic Tram Existing Building Terminal Parking Lot
Indoor Mall and Parking
View of waterfront market
View of pedestrian pathway
BRIDGE TOWER Academic Work, SHIFF competition Fall 2008, Spring 2009 Illinois Institute of Technology College of Architecture Critic
Antony Wood, David Scott
The typical skyscraper has a strong aura but its effect on the urban condition is usually negative. The only relationship with the urban setting is a visual one, with the tall building usually dominating. This has led to the syndrome of tall building as â€˜isolationistâ€™ architecture - stand-alone, non-site specific models that are readily transportable
around the cities of the world. Tall buildings have an opportunity to reinvent themselves as the typology for a sustainable urban future. This project is inspired by a need to create urban agriculture in the face of (i) increasing urbanization, (ii) loss of arable land, (iii) degradation of soil quality and (iv) the need to reduce the carbon implications of food mile.
Major Vehicle Movement - Lake Shore Drive
Chicago’s Green Roof Plan
Bridging The site is located between LSD (Lake Shore Drive) and entrace of Chicago river. It is devided by two area with road meaning break point of existing accessibility to waterfront.
It will also be a ‘building as a bridge’ to more strongly connect the city to the leisure / recreational functions currently concentrated along the lake shore (and vice-versa).
This leisure / recreational function will be taken vertically up into the city, to suggest a system of high-level, public ‘sky bridge’ routes / functions in the city.
Upper Residential Zone Plan (Looking Down on Podiums Green Roof and Hydroponic Food Circulation)
Floating Podium Plan 1. Fish Farming (Tilapia) 2. Farmers Market Tilapia 3. Library & Education Area 4. Flexible Space 5. Flea Market 6. Theatre & Performence Hall 7. Culatural Space 8. Production Area 9. Restaurant 10. Observatory
introducing upper green layer lake shore drive route lake front recreational route
Non-Isolationist This new horizontal-vertical recreational route will be aligned with verdant vegetation, thus introducing the green / organic nature of the lake front into the city. With these functions, this project creates a new â€˜green
floating podiumâ€™ at height to act as a significant public space and production area through a hydroponic food production system. Finally, this project will create a mixed use community and a prototypical urban sky farming for 2050 in Chicago.
introducing new recreational hub new Chicago gateway
Residential Core Public Core Office Core Escalator Sky Bridge
Residential Zone Mixed Zone Public Zone Office Zone
second tower double skin
green roof neighborhood scale food production sky garden with semi public area Diverse Service Strategy
vertical pocket gardens semi-public area
public open space with vegetation massive green roof for second city
Structure The two towers support each other so that buildings themselves can be the major â€˜dependable structureâ€™. With floating podium structure and inclined building, they are tied up strongly.
Program All program connect each other systematically, with green features. public area in floating podium povide diverse programs to communities through multiple routes.
floating podium hydroponic food farm
inclined residential with private terrace garden
lake shore drive high way new urban gate
vertical pocket garden
inclined recreational building
podium green roof hydroponic farm
x-braced belt truss
Hydroponic Farm Structure 1. X-Braced velt truss, primary structure 2. Secondary beams for ‘hanging baskets’ 3. Hydroponic food tray 4. Hanging basket track 5. Supporting wire for grazing 6. Glazing frame 7. Polycarbonate double glazing
plan of hydroponic farm
Buffer Suspended ‘cool white’ fluorescent lighting hung between rails Hanging Basket Track System driven by rotating drive beam
Load carrying unit supported by secondary beams
section of hydroponic farm
Vertical or horizontal steel wire mesh to control plant growth
Tray with inert medium for plant support
View of hydroponic farm
CONDENS-CITY Academic Work, Urban Design Spring 2011 Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation Critic Richard Plunz, Kenneth Frampton
Through the implementation of brownfield self-cleansing system, our proposal is to condense growth along the infrastructural lines; railway and subway, seizing the opportunities to spark new industries, and cleaning contaminated lands to create development zones along transportation corridors allowing terrain to be returned to forestlands and convert the former
abandoned sites into agricultural land. The remediation facilities next to the tracks will be the centers from which expansion will occur parallel and perpendicular to the subway and tram lines. Through the revitalization of the train tracks, we utilize the axial efficiencies.
New Russian Clusters Business cluster with new industries created from remediation process.
Indus-cape Global landscape with brownfield remediation process, new industries, self-cleaning system, tourism and educational facilities.
Russian Cities Rehabilitation of Major russian cities to create new remediation industrial centers
Reuse of Underutilized Industrial railway to transport brownfield soil, contaminated material
Map of major indus-cape network and supportive cities
Global Eco-scape During the Soviet Era, Kharkivâ€™s large manufacturing facilities are located along Russian Railway lines. After the fall of the Soviet Union these industries no longer have a significant
presence leaving the buildings greatly under-utilized and the grounds contaminated. These existing conditions provide an opportunity to re-think the future of the sustainable linear city.nt
New Industrial Heterotopia
MOSCOW Station Автозаводская KIEV Station Караваевы Дачи
KIEV Station Левый Берег
MOSCOW Station Бирюлев Павелецкий платформа станция
KIEV Station Дарница
MOSCOW Station Курский платформа станция
Industrial Heterotopia Proposed industrial linear city, global impact russian railway brownfield remediation centers business connection
KHARKIV : CENTER OF NEW INDUSTRIAL LINEAR CITY
KIEV Station Киев Московский
MOSCOW Station Курский платформа станция
MOSCOW Station Вековка Казанский платформа
SHRINKING OLD LINEAR CITY
OLD INDUSTRIAL AREA
SUBWAY + TRAM NODES
shrinking industries railway subway stations tram line
industrial area railway
SECONDARY REMAEDIATION AREA
remediation center industrial area railway subway stations tram line
PRIMARY REMEDIATION AREA GROWTH OF LINEAR CITY WITH PROGRAM BARS
BROWNFIELD REDIATION CENTERS
CONDENSED INDUSTRIAL LINEAR CITY
EXISTING LOW-RISE HOUSING INFORMAL BUSINESSES
remediation centers remediating railway soil flow tram line
informal business program bar remediation centers remediating remediation complete railway new industries tram line
informal businesses condensed linear city remediation centers urban forest railway tram line
Adaptive reuse of abandoned industrial buildings near by railway provide lot of space for remediation facilities and workforce. It also means that Russian railway will be utilized as an economic trigger creating eco-scape.
View of adaptive reuse of abandoned factories
View of reutilizing Russian railway
subway, tram line railway new rail station remediation tech-center urban forest re-utilized existing buildings new mixed-use buildings
View of urban infill and sequence of main street
Perpendicular Program Bar
connection, trigger subway station railway station railway
triggers, brownfield remediation center secondary triggers, mixed-use zone
remediation center new tech center for remediation re-utilized buildings, mixed-use new buildings
phyto-remediation athletic feild edge parks small squares, plaza old linear park enclosed
Phasing 3_secondary industry Phasing 5_link_growth of industrial linear city research center railway subway existing building new building
Aerial view of Condens-City
adaptive reuse of abandoned buildings
mixed-use residential area
phyto remediation + eco-scape media plaza for new russian generationa
subway station / underground market
remediation tech center (education, research)
trailor green house
process water storage tank
russian rail way
CLOT Academic Work, Residential / Urbanism Summer 2007 Illinois Institute of Technology College of Architecture Critic Peter Land
This project is for the incremental reconstruction of the south side of Chicago city blocks, based upon energy self sufficiency, and the high density, low-rise concept. The lowest costs for economic houses are the result, in general terms, of simplicity and clarity in design and building technology, as well as size.
Each option has its own strength of passive solar design, re-arrange subdivision geometry, increase density with regional implications, efficient garage system, dense landscaping in enclosed private gardens for summer cooling, solar collectors, PVC arrays, and so on.. typical Chicago lot style
re-arrange subdivision geometry
2 story w/o garage (1st fl)
2 story w/o garage (2nd fl)
1 story w/o garage
1 story w/ garage
1 story w/o garage
1 story w/ garage
2 story w/o 2 story w/o garage garage (2nd fl)
2 story w/ garage
2 story w/ garage (2nd fl)
3 story w/ garage
3 story w/ 3 story w/ garage (2nd) garage (3rd fl)
House Plan, Form
1 story w/o garage
1 story w/ garage
1 story w/o garage
Isometric of 4 lots combination
1 story w/ garage (studio type)
2 story w/o garage 2 story w/o garage (1st fl) (2nd fl)
2 story w/o garage (1st fl)
2 story w/o garage (2nd fl)
2 story w/ garage (1st fl)
2 story w/ garage (1st fl)
2 story w/ garage (2nd fl)
2 story w/ garage (2nd fl)
Lot combination Each option has its own strength of passive solar design, re-arrange subdivision geometry, increase density with regional implications, efficient garage system, dense landscaping in enclosed private gardens for summer cooling, solar collectors, PVC arrays, and so on..
Each option has its own strength of passive solar design, re-arrange subdivision geometry, increase density with regional implications, efficient garage system, dense landscaping in enclosed private gardens for summer cooling, solar collectors, PVC arrays, and so on..
2 Lots Combination 2 Big Bedroom Scheme
Isometric of 2 lots combination
7 Lots Combination 3 Types
1 story w/ garage
2 story w/ garage 2 bed room scheme (1st fl)
2 story w/ garage 2 bed room scheme (2nd fl)
2 story w/ garage 3 bed room scheme (1st fl)
2 story w/ garage 3 bed room scheme (2nd fl)
4 Lots Combination Scheme
FIELD HOUSE Academic Work, Comprehensive Studio Fall 2006 Illinois Institute of Technology College of Architecture Critic Susan Hicky
This project is for designing a prototypical field house of south area of Chicago. The Park District hopes to utilize cost-effective construction system and techniques used in both the public and private sectors, creatively adapted to the building program.
The concept is to focus on creating efficient construction process to provide new community place. The porposal includes cost-efficienct, economic module unit of passive solar collection, sustainable features such as sky light, reuse of gray water, natural ventilation through a big court yard and 3â€™ of lifting.
green roof with skylight
primary structure_long span
prefabricated passive heating panel
mullions and windows
Interior view looking court yard
pedestrian behavior pattern
Exotic Simplicity The concept of interior is very simple but also exotic enviroments with the big courtyard. Prefabricated long-span and wood louvres support functionality of this communal space. Interior space wll be remain to be designed by neighborhood except several funitures.
Skylight will create very cozy space and save energy. The walls on center willl devide programs with activity. The West side of building is for diverse community events, and the other side will be dynamic space including indoor athletic field.
fresh air (cold)
rain water hot air
natural ventilation strategy and sustainable features of court yard
Sustainability The main factor for realizing sustainability in this building are holes; court yard, skylights, floor holes and 3â€™ lifting. These will mechanically operate with passive solar system on the exterior wood wall and
provide natrural feeling which means inside feels like outside. The building is not a massive solid but a new layer wraping existing context to create familiarity with a new sense of space.
wall construction 0.15” prismatic toughened solar glass 1.2” cavaty 1.6” wood louvres windproof layer 0.6” cellulose-bonded gypsum board 3.8” cellulose thermal insulation sealing layer interior
heat storage by wood louvres
Storaged Heat Radiate
floor construction in gym Poured polyurethane surface layer Seperating layer Polyurethane thermal insulation Damp-proof membrane Reinforced concrete floor slab Broken Glass
Passive Solar Collector The wall construction is comprised of two main factors; wood and glass. Prefabricatred wood louvers are for collecting solar energy. The storaged hot
air in the gap between glass and wood louvers will radiate to interior space by electric radiator. Hot air will also effect on natural ventilation.
storaged heat radiation
court yard various enviroment
primary structure prefabricated long-span steel structure secondary structure extended ceiiling lights
prefabricated wood louvre varied design depends on site. 1.2â€? cavaty, heat storage prismatic toughened solar glas to collect solar energy
Prototype All of building components will be prefabricated except coutyard and material of interior. To be site-specific few flexible elements are systematically fit to various sites and create different moods and feelings. Because court yard is the main daytime lighting generator, mood of interior will vary depends on the site.
The angle of wood louvres should be different depends on the weather condition of the site so that it functions well enough to provide passive hot air. The purpose of angled roof is aesthetical and functional as well. It is smoothly angled feeling very elegant and help naturally collect rain water.
CHOCOLATE FACTORY Academic Work, Comprehensive Studio Spring 2007 Illinois Institute of Technology College of Architecture Critic Tom Braucher
The aim of this project is for designing new factory for Vosges Chocolate company. The Vosges Haut Chocolate mission is to create a luxury chocolate experience rooted in a sensory journey of bringing about awareness to indigenous cultures through the exploration of spices, herbs, roots, flowers, fruits, nuts, chocolate and the obscure.
The concept is to focus on designing virtual tourism root with diverse landscaping issue. This concept is to satisfy the goal of company which is about sensory journey and chocolate experience. The chimney system will be a function of virtual tour and hardscape on the roof top garden. Virtual tour experience will also be merged with beautiful court yard which contain renovative landscape area.
1. roof garden 2. eco-garden water
Materialism and Gardens in Factory The aim of chocolate factory is not just about producing chocolate but also about introducing new urban factory to the neighborhood. Various hard and soft-scape provide community place to get diverse tourism in the factory. Particulary, the roof garden is composed of various materials that represent Vosgesâ€™ scheme.
rearrangement of layers
roof garden hardscape concept
Roof Construction 1.2” basalt strips 1.6” precast concrete slabs layer of volcanic stone:sealing layer 9” foamed polystyrene thermal insulationseperating layer 4.7” screed finished to falls 6” reinforced concrete slab 1”wide beams PVC planting box-Linear plating
The Roof The factory’s roof will be the new community place of the neighborhood. It is comprised of multifunctional-chimney system and massive roof garden. People can experience factory’s process but mainly, they will enjoy the view of city and materialism in garden. Basalt strips give a sense of continuous journey on the roof, and people can enjoy various vegetation in the PVC planting box. The roof is not just a roof but a new space.
MULTIFUNCTIONAL CITY Academic Work, Urban Planning Spring 2006 Hong-Ik University College of Engineering, Urban Planning Dept Critic Inwon Lee
The philosophy of the city is to wrap the urban form around the existing natural and historic legacy. The city site has been mapped from the point of view of natural features and historic features. Central of the natural features are the mountains to the north of the main city site, selected river view notably, and the historic sites. Traditional and existing villages which become the core of social/recreational activites. Through pre-analysis, analytic land use will help change existing environment.
Analysis Pre-analysis is composed of two steps. The first step is analyzing existing context; countour, villages, culture, streams, mountains, density, traffic, flood area, aspects, soil, wind direction. Based on these research, 3-dimensional site model was created by Arch GIS.
Concept of the density, traffic plan and cityscape will be created through the process. With the rough idea of cityscape, suitability analysis will be the next step. Arch GIS will provide refine information about the site; availability of development, landuse and denity.
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Residential Commercial Industrial Administrative Green Arch GIS analysis
Tram High Way Major Road Minor Road Green Under Path Open Tram Space Station/ Walk Public Area Plaza
Network The city network is base on TOD development. Two kinds of public transportation; subway and tram system, will provide high velovity for the future urban life. Stations of public transportation are the first development area to spark economics. Tram stations connect to subway station directly, all fares are shared and people get benefits.
The river and waterfrontage and amenities are seen as a major part to the lanscape, with maximum emphasis on locating activities on the water frontage, including some set piece buildings, and creating a waternetwork. From the point of view of the city, the principle of diversity will allow a constant change of moods and styles, from aggresive and large modern buildings in certain herbs.
LOS Transit Oriented Street
post-analysis of traffic
typical street section
Urban void + Programmed Area (Underpath, Overpath)
Green Open Space Public Area Plaza
Green Network Programmed Area + Open Space
View of central park
Exploded axon of waterfront development
MESH Academic Work, Comprehensive Studio Spring 2009 Illinois Institute of Technology College of Architecture Critic Martin Felson
The south side of Chicago is now developing and in a complexive condition due to urban expansion. This project is for providing a new community place to south area of Chicago. It is to consider enviromental sustainability dependant upon collective, community -scale effort. This space will be a â€œprogrammatic morphosis.â€? This unique space can be transformable dependant upon time, season and program.
Current Central Plan Area of Chicago
Current Community Events
South Urban Development
31st street with growing water plan
Existing Diverse Communities
Park and Green
Housing Hosipital Parking Lot School Church Olympic Village
Urban Infill Urban sprawl of city of Chicago will continue toward South side. This reforming lot concept will terminate it and infill urban context with green elements. It also provide diverse path route for pedestrian with knotting, fragmenting, re-organizing. Design process is composed
of three big idea. First of all, existing land will be refomed; adding, subtracting, inclining and extruding. Second, new layers of sustainablity and community elements will add onto that. Walkable green roof will finish the reforming process to create diverse path route and event place.
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Walkable Green Roof Natural-Air filter wall (South-facing) Community Wall Perforated Green Metal Pedestrian Walkway (inside) Eco-paved Outdoor Walkway Park Way Plaza Community Exhibition Area
Community Place Itself
Vehicle Roads, Bypass
Pedestrian Path, Walkway
Integration with Parking, Empty Lot
Pedestrian Path, Walkway + Bypass
Integration with Parking, Empty lot + Pedestrian Walkway
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Eco-paved Community Street Programmed Bar Sloped Green Roof Bridge Exisiting Vehicle Road Exhibition Area Park Way Plaza
FIRST FLOOR PLAN
ground floor plan
Scheme 1. Reforming of open lot with existing infrastructure 2. Input community program 3. Utilize and maximize of current usage 4. Input technical energy saving system 5. Seasonal, time-concerned plan
rain water Clean Air
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ed Scheme - Open / 100% percentage use
green wall detail 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Green Roof Construction Natural air-filter wall (South Facing) Gravel Eco Paver Heating Line Flexible Wall for Community Pedestrian Walk way Sky Light Community Exhibition Wall (North Facing)
Module The linear shape buildings are composed of regular module system with green features. Each module has its own rainwater filtering, ait filtering system, and they will function as a whole. Inner space
will be used for market, exhibition, and pathway in the winter. All buildings are oriented to potential directionj for the future development and it can be modified and customized whnever it is needed.
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Grenn Wall The green wall is based on living wall system which is composed of vetated panels. Green will filter dirty air by photosynthesis mechanism. Through this, rain water will also be cleaned. This living walls
Living Walls Filtering Unit Internal Fan System Hanger Water Pipe Filtered Water Supply Primary Structure (Module Structure) Secondary Structure for Filtering Unit
are always albe to be customized with paintable panel for community events. Primary and secondary structure connect to the modular system.
POETRY FOUNDATION Professional Work, Cultural Chicago, IL 05/2008 John Ronan Architects Status : Completion
The Poetry Foundation is a not for profit organization which grew out of Poetry magazine dedicated to the promotion of poetry in contemporary culture. Their headquarters building, in the River North neighborhood of Chicago, is comprised of a building in dialogue with a garden space. Visitors reach the building by walking through the garden; the buildingâ€™s internal arrangement is configured to allow for views from all spaces back out onto the garden.
ground floor plan
Secret Garden Visitors enter through the garden, an urban sanctuary that mediates between the street and enclosed building. Entering the garden, visitors first encounter the library space, announcing that they are entering into a literary environment. Inside, an exhibition gallery connects the library to the performance space, where visitors listen to poets read their
work against the backdrop of the garden. Public functions (performance space, gallery and library) are located on the ground floor, while office spaces are located on the second level, organized into three areas (Foundation Administration, Poetry magazine/ website, and Programs). The building is configured to allow for views from all spaces into the garden.
view of garden space
North Elevation w screen wall
North Elevation w/o screen wall
glass wall + garden system / mediation
glass handrail and wood layer system / interior
black zinc and screen wall system / exterior
System and Materialism Tectonically, the building is conceived of as a series of layers that visitors move through and between. Layers of zinc, glass, and wood, peel apart to define the various spaces of the building.
The building’s outer layer of oxidized zinc becomes perforated where it borders the garden, allowing visual access to the garden from the street to encourage public investigation.
early screen models
Transparency The design process started with a series of diagrams describing possible relationships between building and garden. Early screen model show various strategies between garden and street. All scheme are a relationship whereby the building pushes into the garden and vice versa.
Transparency would be differnet but the gesture to provide dynamical semipublic space is same on each option. The building is clad in oxidized zinc, which forms a screenwall that defines the interface between street and garden. Layers of metal, glass and wood organize the interior spaces and orient then toward the garden.
view of library Interior The building is accessed through an exterior garden that is screened from the street. The double-height library comes into view first and a continuous ribbon of wood
shelving lines the library, second floor and terminates in the reading room at the buildingâ€™s east end, where poets read their work aloud. Â
URBAN MODEL SCHOOL Professional Work, Institutional Chicago, IL 07/2009 John Ronan Architects Status : Completion
This urban high school prototype for the City of Chicago is organized into three thematic components: body, mind and spirit, that relate to the various programs and activities within the school that comprise the curriculum. The site is zoned according to these thematic areas. Bars are created housing the athletics (body),
the academy classrooms and teaching spaces (mind), and the library, arts and music (spirit). The bars slide against each other to create outdoor spaces on theÂ site, programmed for specific activities that work in conjunction with the buildingsâ€”entry courtyard, athletics fields, and reading garden.
ground floor plan
Prototype This urban model high school is very compact model that would fit 1,200 students within a single city block measuring 266 by 600 feet.
The spatial program for each school had to be similar to maintain parity between communities, bur each would be a unique identity. masonry wallsections
Masonry The three parts of the school are bounded by a continuous wall that snakes through the site. Dark on one side and light on the other, the wall serves to defferentiate the building massing based on perspective.
Student Services Mail Room
color interior elevations
Adaptibility and public interface Inside, the space planning stresses adaptability and flexibility that we had previously explored in other projects, with main public spaces serving multiple functions. The gymnasium, with deployable seating for sporting events, converts to a 1200 seat auditorium via separate deployable theater seating. An adjacent multi-purpose space can be adapted to changing needs (music recitals, art exhibitions, dance studios and lectures). Â
We proposed that some of the dedicated spaces of the building could be shared with the community when the school was closed, to promote interaction with the community and maximize the utility of the public investment. Thus, the library can be entered directly through the Reading garden after school hours; likewise, the pool and gymnasium can be entered directly from the exterior.Â
BURNHAM MEMORIAL Professional Work, Landscape Urbanism Chicago, IL 03/2009 John Ronan Architects Status : Honorable Mention
The design explores the boundary between building, space and landscape in the creation of a memorial that is both destination and passage. Through strategies of intervention and erasure, the project seeks to introduce visitors to Burnhamâ€™s accomplishments in a way that is consistent with his vision for Chicagoâ€™s lakefront.
Burnham Park Threshold The memorial seeks to create a threshold at the head end of Burnham Park to reinforce the Parkâ€™s importance as a tribute to Daniel Burnham. Markers portraying Burnhamâ€™s accomplishments, linked by material to the Burnham Memorial, could be placed strategically throughout the park in future years, to reinforce the idea that the memorial encompasses the entirety of this lakefront landscape.
3 4 Re-establishing Green Space The site is currently home to two conflicting hardscape languages, in which an abundance of Olmsted-inspired winding pathways terminate abruptly into the Beaux-Arts style Museum forecourts. The memorial design seeks to mediate between these two
geometries and to re-establish the green space to the north of the site. Superfluous pathways are erased in favor of a continuous green landscape more in keeping with Burnhamâ€™s intentions for the lakefront. A stair within the memorial itself re-establishes the axial approach to the Shedd Aquarium.
legend 1 path from existing tunnel 2 re-establisheded green space 3 tree grove
4 stair 5 ramp with Burnham image 6 statue of Burnham
view of entrance
Axis A landing at the high eastern end of the memorial provides a panoramic view of the Chicago skyline. A statue of Daniel Burnham punctuates the existing plaza in front of the Shedd Aquarium, and provides a link to other proposed markers in Burnham Park highlighting Burnhamâ€™s accomplishments.
The Ramp The eastern portion of the memorial is a ramped surface (at a 1:20 slope) which connects the level of the existing walkway under Lake Shore Drive to the museum forecourt level. Sloped at a 1:20 pitch, it provides an accessible path through the site and accommodates heavy pedestrian traffic during the summer and for events at Soldier Field.
Digitally cut holes in the surface of the ramp create a dot screen image of Daniel Burnham that appears as an elongated abstract form when viewed from above, but collapses to normal perspective when viewed frontally at the base of the ramp. At night, these holes are backlit so that the image can be seen at any time of day or night.
The Steps Cut into the steel ramp are shallow steps forming a wide stair to take visitors between the different levels of the site. The Stair is located asymmetrically within the memorial space, and centered on the entry to the Shedd Aquarium,
to re-establish the axial relationship disrupted by the routing of Lake Shore Drive. The thirty foot wide stair is a gradual rise composed of 80 steps (3â€? risers and 48â€? treads). The names of the memorial donors are engraved into the risers.
Memorial Space Upon arriving at the memorial from the north, the visitor enters a grove of shade trees. The surface under
foot changes here to decomposed stabilized granite, similar in color to the rusting steel walls that bound the memorial space.
HOME Professional Work, Freelance Sudong, South Korea 11/2011 Co-work with Moram Architects Status : Completed
The design explores the boundary between mountains and existing villages in the creation of diverse framing which is major strategy. Through the perspective from interior, framing process creates building forms and overall environment of indoor environment feels like outside; mutual communication with the context. Each design layers will be explored by materialism and sequence of journey seeing panoramic view of the site.
Framing The notion of design process is starting from framing existing environment conceptually into interior space. For the best options, the shape of the house is undulated and layered. Each facade is toward panoramic view of the site and simutaneously has a picturesque scene.
Each frame has different mood depending upon program; calming for work space, romantic view for master bedroom and panoramic view for living room. The sequence of view will be explored by walking through a hall way located on the center
Architecture of Happiness It is architectureâ€™s task to stand as an eloquent reminder of our full potential. If we are happy with walls, chairs, buildings and streets that surround us, it is the destination of architecture.