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. CORNELL M.ARCH 1 . tae woo kang . academic + professional 2000-2011

c.p 646-812-7671 email archk99@gmail.com

address 1816 hasbrouck apts. Ithaca, NY 14850

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Tae Woo Kang

archk99@gmail.com 646-812-7671

Education Cornell University, College of Architecture, Art, and Planning, Ithaca, NY Master of Architecture 1 GPA 3.5/4.0 Graduated December 2009 Hong-Ik University, College of Engineering, Seoul, Korea Bachelor of Architecture Engineering GPA 3.3/4.0 Graduated February 2004

Work Experience Frank Repas Architecture, New York

Sep/2011

Part-Time

Project Zhoushan, China

•Performed rendering

Radu Architect, New York

RTKL Associates Inc, Washington, DC Full-Time

Nov/2010-Aug/2011

Project Dow Jones Printing Plant Extention, Massachusetts •Produced construction drawings Project Brancusi Museum, Romania •Performed construction drawings Competition Busan Opera House/Liantang, Heung Yuen Wai BCP Terminal •Created 3D modeling and drawings

Tow Studios Architecture, New York

Intern

Sept-Oct / 2010

Part-Time

Feb-May / 2010

Project Brooklyn Public Library •Accomplished CAD drawing

Project Gimhae Lotte Outlet: shopping mall plan in South Korea •Produced schematic drawings • Participated in several presentations for client Project Campo Grande master plan: commercial/residential master plan in Brazil •Produced schematic drawings Project Iguatemi project: shopping mall plan in India •Produced schematic drawings

Njoy Plus, Real Estate Development firm, Korea Part-time work

Jan-Feb/2006

Ver-tex Design, Interior Design Office, Korea

Part-time work

Jan-Mar/2005

Project Sushi-Hiroba: interior proposal (constructed) •Analyzed internal budgets for construction

Project O-House, Spain • Performed schematic drawings • Created 3D modeling with Rhino

Pfeiffer Partners Architects, New York City

Jun-Sep/2007

Summer Intern

Project Bum Wu: map-making company research and design proposal •Developed charts for analyzing the program of building

Project Nirav Modi Residence, New York •Perform Construction drawings

Asensio-Mah, Ithaca

Project Brooklyn Performance Art Center • Performed schematic drawings • Created 3D modeling with Rhino

SKM Design, Architecture firm, Korea Summer Intern

Jun-Sep / 2008

Full-time work

Dec/2003-Dec/2004

Project Space Deco: office building (constructed) •Participated in managing construction site and produced construction drawings Project U.V Villa-residential building (constructed) •Participated in managing construction site and performed construction drawings

Additional Skills Microsoft Office, AutoCAD, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Rhinoceros, Maya, 3Ds Max, Sketch-Up


playground

park residential residential

playground

residential

residential

residential

residential

residential

reclamation facil ty parking

sports facility

646-812-7671

residential residential

residential golf course

residential

commercial

commercial park

commercial

residential residential

sports facility

golf course residential residential residential residential

commercial commercial

office

tk282@cornell.edu

office

taewoo kang

asensio_mah

cornell university M.Arch 1 graduated in 2010

professional 2003

professional 2004

academic 2005

2006

intern 2007

academic

intern 2008

academic

academic 2009

intern 2010

2011


asensio_mah 2007

2008

2010

professional 2007-2011

2010-2011


+ ZHOUSHAN Waterfront Residential, China. Part time . Frank Repas Architectecture. 2011 rendering, re-touching overview

A unique destination of globally inspired neighborhoods tied together by a dramatic park boulevard. All framing an iconic new sea gateway to PUTOU and the islands. - new regional waterfront/parkland destination and iconic gateway to putuo and other outer islands - new retail, entertainment, and cultural destination consisting of 5 neighborhoods integrating global precedents into a new unified regional urban gateway. - large unique park/boulevard intergrating diverse neighborhoods and increasing real estate value of middle of deep site. - maximize the site’s waterfront potential by creating 3 new canals and shaping xiaqingdao island edge to create iconic channel gateway to islands.

park view

architectural moments


+ Brancusi Museum, Romania. Full time . RADU Architects . 2011 construction drawings, rendering retouching overall view

As part of the redevelopment of the city of Targu Jiu, Romania, The Brancusi museum will act as a hub for visitors to the Endless Column, along the Avenue of Heros and for the entire Brancusi Sculptural Ensemble. It will include educational exhibits, space for temporary exhibitions, and gallery space for a permanent collection that celebrates the life of constantion Brancusi. The building will fuction as a local arts institution, creating public space and providing cultural events for the entire European community.

architectural moments

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+ Competition, Busan Opera House . Full time . RADU Architects . 2011 3d modeling, digital drawings, diagram strategy overall view The site of the opera provides an opportunity to create a space that is both a beacon that can be seen from the city or water and a space from which to see the city. Its location on a newly formed island creates the perfect vantage point to appreciate the city of Busan. In the spatial arrangement of the opera massing views toward the city are the primary parameter. The buildings are oriented to allow views toward the bridge, the Busan tower, the war memorial, and Busan's tallest tower. Cuts in the building skin from areas of public programs look out to various points in the city. And there are views through the site both through the lobby and through the public plaza at the ground level. This lodges the new building squarely within the existing context of the city.

architectural moments

concept entrance view

The raised building creates public plaza at the ground level.

A beacon to the city announces events

The beacon becomes a gathering place and distributes people to the various spaces vertical core

axono sections theater

central space

ground plaza

The views from the center shift the orientation of masses opera house


plans & sections

site plan

section north-south

level +15.5

level +22.5

level +25.5

level +35.5

section east-west


+ Competition, Liantang/Heung Yuen Wai Boundary Conrol Point Passenger Terminal Building . Full time . RADU Architects . 2011 3d modeling, digital drawings, diagram strategy exploded axonomeric overall view

canopy facade

structure

gates & customs

concourses

offices

architectural moments

glass structure detail

public transit bridge

gates

public transport connection

kiosk

entry stair

coach & car kiosks and customs

entrance view

cargo kiosks & customs


plans & sections

site plan / ground & podium level plan

section north-south

south elevation


+ KIMHAE Outlet, South Korea . Intern . RTKL Architects . Summer 2007 mass study, modeling with SUNGHYUN KIM( senior designer) plaza view

shop front view

plan

initial rende rendering ering


+ Y-House, Australia . Intern . Asensio-Mah Architects . Feb 2010 Single family Housing Rendering with Leyre and David( Professors in Cornell)

rendering

plan

Garage

Kitchen Bedroom 2 Guest Bedroom

D.06

Living Room / Dining Room

D.05

D.04

W.02

Master Bedroom

interior

exterior

W.01


+ O-House, Spain . Intern . Asensio-Mah Architects . Feb 2010 Double family Housing Rendering with Leyre and David( Professors in Cornell) view from street

view from balcony

view from living room

vection modeling

space format sp

ccommon area: elevator lobby, shared dining room

unit 01: two bedrooms apartment

unit 02: two bedrooms apartment


playground

park residential residential

playground

residential

residential

residential

residential

residential

reclamation facil ty parking

sports facility

residential residential

residential golf course

residential

commercial

commercial park

commercial

residential residential

sports facility

golf course residential residential residential residential

commercial commercial

office office

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academic 2006-2009

05

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+ Core Studio . Cornell M.Arch 1 . Spring 2007 AAP program in NYC is located in 17th street in midtown and in the future would extend the dormitory space above the existing building. It will provide needed extra studio, cafe, gallery and library for AAP students. As it is, the extention project would function the urban campus life in Manhattan. The research for sun shading makes the reasonable physical space for semi-detached structure in Manhattan. Open space between buildings delivers enough sunlight to utilize multi-program in building.

site

concept

section gallery

typical volume

dorm

library audito

rium

audito

17th street 6th avenue

rium

rm

gallery

do

cafe

library

deformed volume by sun

existin g bldg


ground view

program layers

level +3 6.0

m

level +

22.0m

level + 12.0m

Cafe and auditorium will occupy the low levels, while the upper floors will be reserved for dormitory, gallery and library. The overlaped space in existing building will be used for the resting and lanscaped place. Dormitory space as the main program will be curved shape affected by sunlight.

Sectional Program

level + 25.0m

level + 19.0m

level + 12.0m

1-2nd floor

leveel + 33.0m

3-5th floor

6-11th floor

12th floor

cafe

auditorium / studio

dormitory

library

gallery


+ Independent Design Strategy Study . Fall 2011 The site is located at 29th street in 2nd phase of High Line park and used in parking lot. It turns into the artificial landscape which keeps the same level to the new urban park and acts as green public space. Landscape area functions as an extended High Line park and gallery buillding in center area has different orientations from the physical shape. Paneling tools from Rhino scripting forms dynamic facade in new gallery building.

site plan

concept

paneling in faรงade

10th avenue

curve-attractor

1

old condition-parking lot and viaduct

2

random

curve-attractor

artificial landscape from High Line Park

High Line Park

28th street pattern 01

3

ramp access to upper level

4

new gallery building with three facades

pattern 02

pattern 03


High Line view

elements

THREE FACADE

STRUCTURE FRAME

FLOORS & CORE

GREENSCAPE


ground floor view

c

sections

a

b

a’

b’ c’

GL

+11,100

GL +9,700

GL +8,600

GL +7,500

GL +6,400

GL +5,300

GL +4,200

GL +3,100

High Line level GL +0

section a-a’

section b-b’

section c-c’


upper floor view

elevations GL

+11,100

GL

+11,100

GL +9,700

GL +9,700

GL +8,600

GL +8,600

GL +7,500

GL +7,500

GL +6,400

GL +6,400

GL +5,300

GL +5,300

GL +4,200

GL +4,200

GL +3,100

GL +3,100

High Line level GL +0

High Line level GL +0

east elevation

west elevation


+ Design Studio . Cornell M.Arch 1 . Fall 2008 The main goal of this project is to build media center for VIACOM, while the existing space is rental for BLOOMBERG combination

The existing pier 40 is in front of site. It is used for parking space and outdoor sports facilities. Our team is trying to use this space because West Side park is developing these days and the site is closed to West Side park.

UN with Void

Square donut shape from Pier 40 combines with site building.

structure concept

flip concept

site

pier 40

program

AUDITORIUM STUDIO HOTEL

OFFICE

city view

MIXED


Architectural Elements media center( tv studio + office for VIACOM), hotel, auditorium and entertainment facilities


view from sculpture garden

longitudinal section

aud dito t riu iu um view


views from the city


view from Husdon river


view from Manhattan

animation of concept process

01

02

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06

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sections


+107’

+131’ +0

+156’

+168’

+26’

+348’

+360’

+44’ +374’

+394’

+57’

+424’


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CAFE CAFE

LOUNGE LOUNGE

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SEMINAR

BLOOMBERG BLOOMBERG

BLOOMBERG

BLOOMBERG

structural diagrid member

2mm thick titanium sheeting

structural diagrid member

2mm thick titanium sheeting

catwalk

four-way bracket

transparent safety glass structural diagrid member

2mm thick titanium sheeting

1 hotel

fabric curtain

suspended ceiling

structural diagrid member

2mm thick titanium sheeting

transparent safety glass

structural diagrid member

2

3

office

section details

4

studio 01

studio 02


+ Design Thesis . Cornell M.Arch 1 . Fall 2009 The Highline project turned an unused piece of infrastructure into a park that will provide needed open space for urban life. As it is, the Highline in section 1 seems to function well in aspects of providing a green open space to the public. The area needs to be revitalized by through different use. The catalyst is the Highline’s development. The role of Highline supplies something valuable for the public as well as for the private. It is the interaction between the private and the public; at the same time it is an intervention to the urban fabric.

VS

WELCOME existing

PUBLIC PROPERTY

KEEP IN

current code

proposal

proposal


High Line view 01 High Line Transfer Corridor

11th avenue

10th avenue 100 feet High Line Transfer Corridor C 6-3

M 1-5

100 feet

C 6-3

High Line Adjacency Controls

25% 10t

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45’ max 35’ min 25’ min set back

10t ha ven u

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40%

60% HL level max

10th avenue building frontage

high line building frontage

30’ rear yard(total 60’) 15’ min 15’ min 20%

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west side control of HL


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PRIVATE

Multiple Entries

Increased Commercial space

Multiple Lobbies

residential

commercial

office / hotel


High Line view

public program scenario

lobby

lobby

retail

lobby

retail

cafe

lobby

lobby

Green Market

retail

restaurant

lobby

gallery

retail

cafe

retail cafe

retail

cafe

retail

lobby retail

lobby

restaurant

lobby lobby

gallery

lobby cafe lobby

lobby

cafe

lobby

level + 0 ft

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_ 0 ft level +

axono

axono

axono

lobby cafe gallery

gallery

level +30 ft

Block Typology 1 of 3

section

level +30 ft

Block Typology 2 of 3

skate park

level +30 ft

section

section

Block Typology 3 of 3


High Line view

public program scenario

lobby

lobby

retail retail

Marketplace Rock Climbing cafe

lobby

retail

lobby

lobby

restaurant cafe

lobby lobby

level + 0 ft level + 0 ft

level + 0 ft

axono axono

axono

restaurant

retail

Basketball Court gallery

patio

level +30 ft

section level +30 ft

Block Typology 1 of 3

Block Typology 2 of 3

section

level +30 ft

section

Block Typology 3 of 3


C a t a l o g o f

TYPE 01 Typology in West Chelsea District

residential

commercial

office

public space

TYPE 02 Typology in West Chelsea District

potential height increase

residential

commercial

public space

TYPE 03 Typology in West Chelsea District

potential height increase

residential

commercial

public space

potential height increase

KITCHEN

TERRACE PRIVATE

LIVING ROOM

8th

5,600 sf LIVING ROOM

PRIVATE TERRACE

KITCHEN

8th

3,600 sf

7th

4,200 sf

KITCHEN

TERRACE PRIVATE

LIVING ROOM KITCHEN

TERRACE PRIVATE

LIVING ROOM

6th 7th

5,600 sf

5,600 sf

LIVING ROOM

PRIVATE TERRACE

KITCHEN LIVING ROOM PRIVATE TERRACE

KITCHEN

6th

4,800 sf

6th

5th

5,600 sf

4th

5,600 sf

5,600 sf

KITCHEN

TERRACE PRIVATE

LIVING ROOM

5th

5,600 sf

5th

5,600 sf (outdoor space) LIVING ROOM

PRIVATE TERRACE

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

axonometric

4th

LIVING ROOM

axonometric

6,200 sf

axonometric

3rd

BATHROOM

4th

5,600 sf

KITCHEN

8,000 sf (outdoor space) LIVING ROOM BATHROOM

1,200 sf (outdoor space)

T y p o l o g i e s

LIVING ROOM

3rd

KITCHEN

6,800 sf +

LIVING ROOM

1,200 sf (outdoor space)

2nd

BATHROOM

3rd

6,800 sf

KITCHEN

8,000 sf KITCHEN

1,200 sf (outdoor space)

KITCHEN

LIVING ROOM BATHROOM LIVING ROOM

LIVING ROOM BATHROOM

BATHROOM

LIVING ROOM

2nd

8,000 sf

1st

8,000 sf

Total

47,200 sf (-600 sf)

2nd

KITCHEN

8,000 sf

KITCHEN

LIVING ROOM

section

TYPE 04 Typology in West Chelsea District

1st

8,000 sf

Total

45,200 sf (-2,600 sf)

commercial

public space

TYPE 05 Typology in West Chelsea District

potential height increase

8,000 sf

Total

27,200 sf (-20,600 sf)

BATHROOM

section

residential

1st LIVING ROOM

BATHROOM

section

residential

commercial

6,000 sf

office

public space

TYPE 06 Typology in West Chelsea District

potential height increase

residential

commercial

public space

8th

8th

8,000 sf 7th

3,500 sf

7th 6,000 sf

4,000 sf

7th

6th 6th

potential height increase

8,000 sf

4,500 sf

6,000 sf 6th

5th

8,000 sf

4th

8,000 sf

5th 5,000 sf 6,000 sf PRIVATE TERRACE

5th

axonometric

axonometric 4th

4th

3rd

3rd 6,000 sf 2,000 sf (outdoor space)

2nd

2nd

8,000 sf

1st

1st

8,000 sf

8,000 sf (outdoor space)

6,000 sf +

3rd

2,000 sf (outdoor space)

8,000 sf

8,000 sf

section

section

residential

commercial

hotel

public space

8th

6,000 sf

7th

6,000 sf

6th

5th

TYPE 09 Typology in West Chelsea District

potential height increase

2nd

8,000 sf

1st

8,000 sf

section Total

40,600 sf (-7,200 sf)

Total

TYPE 07 Typology in West Chelsea District

axonometric

5,500 sf

6,000 sf

residential

commercial

public space

8th

7th

44,500 sf (-6,300 sf)

Total

TYPE 09 Typology in West Chelsea District

potential height increase

residential

commercial

public space

8th

5,300 sf

7th

5,300 sf

48,000 sf (-2,800 sf)

potential height increase

5,300 sf

5,300 sf

6,000 sf 6th

5,100 sf

5th

5,200 sf

4th

3,500 sf

6th

5,100 sf

5th

5,200 sf

4th

3,500 sf

2,200 sf

3rd

6,000 sf

axonometric

axonometric axonometric 4th

3rd

6,000 sf

6,000 sf 2,000 sf (outdoor space)

3rd

8,000 sf

2nd

8,000 sf

1st

8,000 sf

2nd

8,000 sf 1st

2,200 sf 5,800 sf (outdoor space)

5,800 sf (outdoor space)

2nd

8,000 sf

1st

8,000 sf

Total

42,600 sf (-5,200 sf)

section

section

section Total

TYPE 10 Typology in West Chelsea District

residential

commercial

public space

52,000 sf (+1,200 sf)

Total

TYPE 11 Typology in West Chelsea District

potential height increase

residential

commercial

public space

42,600 sf (-5,200 sf)

potential height increase

TYPE 12 Typology in West Chelsea District

BATHROOM BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

residential

commercial

public space

potential height increase

PRIVATE TERRACE

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

8th

5,300 sf

7th

5,200 sf

BEDROOM BEDROOM

8th

5,600 sf

7th

2,800 sf

PRIVATE TERRACE

BEDROOM BATHROOM

KITCHEN

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

BEDROOM

PRIVATE TERRACE

6th

5,600 sf

5th

3,150 sf

4th

2,250 sf

BEDROOM

BEDROOM BATHROOM

BATHROOM BEDROOM

6th 6th

2,800 sf

BATHROOM

BEDROOM

BATHROOM DRESSROOM

KITCHEN

5,500 sf

BATHROOM

LIVING ROOM

BEDROOM BEDROOM

LIVING ROOM

LIVING ROOM

KITCHEN

5th

KITCHEN

BEDROOM

5,600 sf

BATHROOM

LIVING ROOM KITCHEN

5th

3,700 sf

BATHROOM KITCHEN

LIVING ROOM BEDROOM

axonometric

BEDROOM

axonometric

axonometric

3rd 4th

4th

4,500 sf

2,700 sf

3,600 sf 4,400 sf (outdoor space)

GALLERY

3rd

6,200 sf

3rd

1,800 sf (outdoor space)

3,600 sf +

2nd

8,000 sf

1st

8,000 sf

Total

33,000 sf (-14,800 sf)

4,400 sf (outdoor space) GALLERY

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

STORAGE KITCHEN

2nd

8,000 sf

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

LIVING ROOM

2nd

BATHROOM LIVING ROOM

LIVING ROOM

8,000 sf

LIVING ROOM

BATHROOM BATHROOM

BATHROOM LIVING ROOM

LIVING ROOM

LIVING ROOM

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

BATHROOM

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

BATHROOM KITCHEN

KITCHEN

LIVING ROOM

LIVING ROOM

LIVING ROOM

LIVING ROOM

BATHROOM

LIVING ROOM

LIVING ROOM

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

BATHROOM BATHROOM

LIVING ROOM

BEDROOM

LIVING ROOM BEDROOM

BEDROOM

section

1st

8,000 sf

Total

41,200 sf (-6,600 sf)

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

LIVING ROOM

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BATHROOM LIVING ROOM

LIVING ROOM

section

1st

8,000 sf

Total

41,900 sf (-5,900 sf)

section

RETAIL

RETAIL

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

LIVING ROOM

LIVING ROOM

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

LIVING ROOM BATHROOM CAFE

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

BAR

BOOK STORE

BATHROOM


C a t a l o g o f T y p o l o g i e s

TYPE 13 Typology in West Chelsea District

residential

commercial

public space

TYPE 14 Typology in West Chelsea District

potential height increase

7th

5,600 sf

6th

5,300 sf

5th

5,700 sf

4th

5,100 sf

residential

commercial

office

public space

8th

potential height increase

3rd

residential

commercial

hotel

public space

potential height increase

8th

5,500 sf

7th

5,400 sf

6th

4,900 sf

5th

4,500 sf

4,100 sf

7th

4,300 sf

6th

4,800 sf

5th

5,300 sf

axonometric

axonometric

TYPE 15 Typology in West Chelsea District

axonometric 4th

4,900 sf

4th

4,200 sf

3rd

4,400 sf

3rd

4,000 sf

4,300 sf 3,700 sf (outdoor space)

3,600 sf (outdoor space) BEDROOM

4,000 sf (outdoor space)

BEDROOM

BATHROOM

2nd

8,000 sf

KITCHEN

BATHROOM

BATHROOM

2nd

1st

8,000 sf

Total

42,600 sf (-5,200 sf)

1st

8,000 sf

Total

43,800 sf (-4,000 sf)

section

section

TYPE 16 Typology in West Chelsea District

8,000 sf

residential

commercial

public space

TYPE 17 Typology in West Chelsea District

potential height increase

section

residential

commercial

office

public space

potential height increase

2nd

8,000 sf

1st

8,000 sf

Total

TYPE 18 Typology in West Chelsea District

residential

commercial

public space

44,500 sf (-3,300 sf)

potential height increase

PRIVATE TERRACE

PRIVATE TERRACE

PRIVATE TERRACE

8th

4,600 sf

7th

4,900 sf

8th

6,800 sf

7th

6,800 sf

8th

4,500 sf

7th

4,800 sf

PRIVATE TERRACE

PRIVATE TERRACE

PRIVATE TERRACE

PRIVATE TERRACE

PRIVATE TERRACE

PRIVATE TERRACE

PRIVATE TERRACE

PRIVATE TERRACE

6th

5,200 sf

6th

6,800 sf

6th

5,000 sf

5th

6,800 sf

5th

5,200 sf

PRIVATE TERRACE

PRIVATE TERRACE

BEDROOM LIVING ROOM

5th

4,600 sf

KITCHEN

PRIVATE TERRACE

PRIVATE TERRACE

PRIVATE TERRACE

PRIVATE TERRACE

PRIVATE TERRACE

KITCHEN

LIVING ROOM BEDROOM PRIVATE TERRACE

axonometric

axonometric

BEDROOM LIVING ROOM

4th

4,900 sf

axonometric 4th

KITCHEN

PRIVATE TERRACE

4th

5,400 sf

6,800 sf

PRIVATE TERRACE

KITCHEN

LIVING ROOM

PRIVATE TERRACE

BEDROOM

3rd

3rd

5,200 sf

3rd

2,800 sf (outdoor space)

5,600 sf

6,800 sf

2,400 sf (outdoor space)

1,200 sf (outdoor space)

2nd

8,000 sf

1st

8,000 sf

8,000 sf

1st

8,000 sf

section

section Total

TYPE 19 Typology in West Chelsea District

2nd

residential

commercial

office

potential height increase

Total

TYPE 20 Typology in West Chelsea District

8,000 sf

1st

8,000 sf

section

45,400 sf (-2,400 sf)

public space

2nd

residential

commercial

public space

48,900 sf (+1,100 sf)

potential height increase

Total

TYPE 21 Typology in West Chelsea District

residential

commercial

public space

46,500 sf (-1,300 sf)

potential height increase

4,700 sf

8th 8th

6,000 sf

7th

6,000 sf

6th

5th

6th

8,000 sf

6,000 sf

5th

5,200 sf

4,800 sf

4th

3,600 sf

5,000 sf

7th

5,400 sf

6th

5,800 sf

5th

PRIVATE TERRACE

PRIVATE TERRACE

1,000 sf (outdoor space)

axonometric

axonometric 4th

axonometric

4,400 sf

4th

PRIVATE TERRACE

4,800 sf 3rd

4,600 sf

PRIVATE TERRACE

3,400 sf (outdoor space)

3rd

4,800 sf

2nd

1st

residential

commercial

public space

2nd

8,000 sf

1st

8,000 sf

Total

potential height increase

TYPE 23 Typology in West Chelsea District

residential

commercial

public space

4th

Total

44,300 sf (-6,500 sf)

potential height increase

TYPE 24 Typology in West Chelsea District

residential

commercial

office

public space

potential height increase

6,800 sf

8th

6,300 sf

7th

6,300 sf

6th

6,200 sf

5th

6,0v00 sf

4th

3,200 sf

3rd

3,200 sf

4,500 sf

6,000 sf 6,800 sf

5,800 sf 5th

axonometric

section

5,400 sf

6th

5th

37,400 sf (-13,400 sf)

48,400 sf (-2,400 sf)

7th

6th

8,000 sf

1st

8,000 sf

8th

7th

8,000 sf

2nd

section Total

TYPE 22 Typology in West Chelsea District

5,000 sf (outdoor space)

8,000 sf

section

3,000 sf

3rd

3,200 sf (outdoor space)

6,700 sf

5,800 sf

axonometric

axonometric 4th

6,700 sf

5,800 sf 3rd

2,200 sf (outdoor space)

3rd

4,100 sf 3,900 sf (outdoor space)

4,800 sf (outdoor space)

8,000 sf 2nd

2nd

8,000 sf

2nd

8,000 sf

1st

8,000 sf

Total

47,200 sf (-3,600 sf)

8,000 sf 1st

section

Total

42,500 sf (-8,300 sf)

section

1st

Total

8,000 sf

51,600 sf (+8,00 sf)

section


+ Design Studio . Cornell M.Arch 1 . Spring 2009 Inspired by the condition of Las Vegas, the main goal of this project is to research the hydrological environment in site and to build residential district in center of Las Vegas. The existing condition of Las Vegas has the severe water shortage and flash flood every three years. By investigating the water bifurcation via the sewerage, my team builds the water control system as well as the road structure.

channel branch system

main wash line

induced hydro-path

1st level hydromorph


model

typical Las Vegas grid division

initial block division

secondary block division

growth within block division

initial block division

secondary block division

introduction of water holding cells

division based on hydrological intervention

introduction of smaller growth elements

connections between growth

expansion of water cells and lanscape

final product

locating growth types within water division

final product

large block division

1a

2a

3a

4a

5a

6a

7a

1b

2b

3b

4b

5b

6b

7b

1c

2c

3c

4c

5c

6c

1a

2a

3a

1a

2a

3a

4a

1b

2b

3b

1b

2b

3b

4b

1c

2c

3c

1c

2c

3c

mid rise residential block

7c low rise residential block

4c high rise residential block


ideal hydrologic model on usual days

ideal hydrologic model on flash flood


site

+ Design Studio . Cornell M.Arch 1 . Fall 2007 The main goal of this project is to make physical space in Ithaca based on the research of urban topology from Berlin. After researching Berlin State Library, I found the folding mechanism in that building. In department building I installed parts of building plan between partitions in studio. In process of TOPO +FIC, I superimposed the part of floor plan of Berlin State Library into site in Ithaca. The shape fits to the site condition which has the height difference from the gorge. In process of ITHACA COM+RES, I put the commercial program in site. The linear path which cuts through the typical building connects the access from the different level in site.

RAW

TOPO + FIC

ITHACA COM+RES

from path to mass daigram

commercial program in residential building

Building 01

Office

Building 02

RAW model (Berlin state library) site analysis model

inverse orientation diagram

Bookstore

Gallery

Site Movement Diagram

P.E PE

Cafe

mass study P.E diagram site movement diagram

folding process

Process Diagram

P.E model

process diagram

movement transformation in site

final model


+ Competition Work . EVOLO Skyscraper . Spring 2007 The main goal of this project is to build skyscraper which focused on technological advances, sustainability, and innovative design for the future.

site Basically, old Skyscraper is considered by the volumetric growth of the vertical spaces as a result of the shortage of horizontal ones in city. Thus, new Skyscraper we suggest here, Urban Sponge, assimilates straggling medium-scale offices, which have occupied residential area, to offer residence horizontal public spaces sufficiently. In Urban Sponge shaped by the layers of the absorbed offices, at the same time, remain ordinary residential spaces as newly public voids for a group of the office. That is, it would be used for both the structure to support Urban Sponge and the space to build the infra-structure. In site in which office and residential area coexist would Urban Sponge be generated and devide clashed programs into each area.

Unit 01: office blocks

Unit 02: green core

Unit 03: vertical street

Absorbed office units are staced block by block with generating same amount of volumes of what the blocks had.

The voids which were residence spaces start to generate core space, rolling as vertical structure and the green space inbetween offices.

The streets between blocks are regenerated as the verticalinfrastructure and form the structural facade of Urban Sponge.

the order of absorbing blocks into Urban Sponge

01

02

03

04

05

06

07

08

09

07

08

09

the process of vertical structure in Urban Sponge

01

02

03

04

05

06

in progress Urban Sponge absorbs blocks one by one, and each stacked block works as a space while the other layers are piled up.

Urban Sponges in New York City Urban Sponge starts to absorb office units from blocks around it and generate suffient green-public spaces both in residential blocks and the new office blocks inside.


+ Design Studio . Cornell M.Arch 1 . Fall 2006 The main goal of this project is to build space for visiting faculty from the existing squash court building in campus. inside perspective

physical unit model

physical site model

diagram Step 02

Step 01

Movement in squash court = Initial movement in physically limited space

Step 04

Step 03

Re-arranged spaces by initial movement

Re-arranged spaces by initial movement

Vector of Light

Vector of Light into re-arranged spaces

Re-arranged spaces by initial movement and light orientation

Program

Spaces for visiting professors

programatic process

1.re-arranged two dimensional spaces 2.extruding program box existing building

4.extension to entrance 3.dividing spaces for living

5.connecting existing spaces by ramp 6.making physical spaces

7.clusters of re-organized spaces space for visiting faculty


+ Work Collection . Hong Ik B.Arch . 2000-2004 From 2000 to 2004 my favorite architecture projects are framed.

roadway

sa 2002 summer workshop

sidewalk bicycle path observatory

“SPACE DECO” - office building Location: Apgujung-Dong, Seoul,Korea Year of Constrcution Completion: 2005 Size: 7 stories, basement 2 stories

Location: Gasan-Dong, Seoul,Korea Year of Design Completion: 2004 Size: 14 stories, basement 4 stories

“LG D.A Institute” - proposal

B.Arch

Location: Hannam-Dong, Seoul,Korea Year of Design Construction: 2005 Size: 3 stories, basement 2 stories

“U.V villa” - residential building


+ Competition Work . SPACE competition . Oct 2003 The main goal of this project is to build the water museum in virtual space ‘100m x 100m.’ origami process

physical model

100m x 100m's water, and a mass like floating water. To approach structure road walking upside of water is reminded of 'OASIS'. A mass of forming symbolizes a vessel to fill a water. This museum, proposed to represent competition’s issue OASIS, symbolize just a filtering-water system in which people hang around and look water’s lifetime. The architectural features of the project come out of an attempt to capture prominent movement from paper’s angle soaked in water.

sketches

The participants are obliged to present a candidate work implementing the theme OASIS or water for the ecology of the global community in the future.

longitudinal section

view from the water


+ Professional Works . SKM design . 2003-2004 project 001

SPACE DECO office building

office building for SPACE DECO interior firm professional works at SKM Design Dec. 2003 INVOLVEMENT: mass design, elevation design

project 002

Introduction

LG D.A Institute

Location : Gasan-Dong, Seoul Year of Design Commission : 2004 Site Area : 508,360 M2 Building Area: 274,620 M2 Landcoverage Ratio: 54.02% Size : 14 stories, basement 4 stories Stucture : steel-frame

lavatory building for LG global company professional works at SKM Design Mar. 2004 INVOLVEMENT: mass design

Introduction

design development

Location : Apgujung-Dong, Seoul Year of Design Commission : 2004 Year of Construction Completion : 2005 Site Area : 641.4 M2 Building Area: 374.38 M2 Total Floor Area: 2,773.61 M2 Landcoverage Ratio: 58.37% Floor Area Ratio : 277.81% Size : 7 stories, basement 2 stories Stucture : Reinforced concrete step 01

elevation

step 02

step 03

step 02


+ Professional Works . SKM design . 2003-2004

Introduction Location : Hannam-Dong, Seoul Year of Design Commission : 2003 Year of Construction : 2005 Site Area : 1,720 M2 Building Area: 515,7 M2 Total Floor Area: 3,611.86 M2 Landcoverage Ratio : 29.98% Floor Area Ratio : 89.42% Size : 3 stories, basement 2 stories Structure : Reinforced concrete

project 004

Proposal for International Ideas Competiton

Seoul Performing Arts Center professional works at SKM Design Jun. 2005

The Seoul Metropolitan City that has experienced the economic miracle of the Hangang(River) has now decided to focus its attention on the improvement of the quality of life in the city. *Access to the Nodeul Island and the proposed Performing Arts Center. *Landscape design of the Island *Land use considering floods *Noise disturbance by the arterial road and the neighboring railroad bridge.

INVOLVEMENT: 3D graphic design

The Opera house and the concert hall are placed in one shell structure and seperated in two masses, in order to share many common facilities and utilitarian programs. It tries to hint the idea od unification of north and south Korea.The Sky garden which connects the east and west of the site over the ‘Hangang Daegyo’houses the parking spaces and pedestrian’s path. there are five proposed gardens throughout the ‘Nodeul Island’ and the people’s walkway circulating the whole site. The Sky garden interlock the water of Han-river landscape of the island, the Opera house, the vertical concert hall, and ve ertical and horizontalpedestrian avis.

project 003

U.V villa residential building

residential building for DOOSAN CEO families professional works at SKM Design Jun. 2004 INVOLVEMENT: elevation design, floor plan design

Opera house & Concert hall_ diagram

Interlocking two foldings -void -solid

Two nucleuses -opera house -concert hall

Circulation core & Service area


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