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Boreum Lee COOPER UNION School of Architecture Master of Architecture II 2013

246 W 106th ST., New York, NY boreumlee0@gmail.com 917. 833. 8602

EXPLORE Colliding Matter Chronicle of Eroding Forces On/In Los Angeles New York Anagram Systemic Environment A Thousand of Windows Academic Society Memories of A River Matter-Sphere Series


Colliding Matter

Drawing Rhinoceros 5/ Grasshopper / Excel / Illustrator Representation Illustrator CS6 / Photoshop CS6 Project description Meteoroid - Meteor - Meteorite : Time and Materiality in The Movement of A Meteor

Time has viscosity and elasticity and it reveals through materiality. A flight of a meteor is a very instant moment. When an orbit of the meteor meets the orbit of the Earth around the sun, a drastic event happens and ends very suddenly and quickly. And it disappears remaining a crater. This project starts hear from looking at a crater. The clues that can be found from Arizona Meteor Crater help to reconstruct the whole process from the birth of the meteor, which hit the area, to the precise impact process. Reconstructing the specific process of the life cycle of a meteoroid tells us that the time is not even. Different amount of time is needed to make each reaction. Especially looking at the changes of materiality where the meteor gets through different situations, the concept of time is about materiality between two objects: one is the iron meteorite and others are the space of universe, the atmosphere and the ground. This friction makes different byproducts according to the relationship between the meteor and the environments what it encounters. And the method for reading the history of the life of meteorite relates to the concept of time. It is not linear as well. Different time and movements are juxtaposed in there and delays of time are inevitable in this interlace of different speed of time that appears in the materiality.

1. A Meteoroid : Orbit Around The Sun

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Energy exchange between a meteor and the ground: Matters of an object and medium

Professor / Instructor Diana Agrest / Lydia Xynogala

An experimental model with wax and an iron ball: Heat and melting

Project Completion September 2013

Arizona Crater as a starting point: Every information comes from this site (0.7mile diameter)

Site Arizona Meteor Crater, AZ

Orbit lines of asteroids(meteorites) which are bigger than diameter 1km

COOPER UNION, THESIS

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Colliding Matter

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2. A Meteor : Flight Process Through the information from Arizona Meteor Crater, just imagine that you are following a flight of meteor with the same velocity. *Size of the meteor: 0.02mi

00:00:15.16 altitude 86 km velocity 24.6km/sec Meters Feet

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Scene 02/ 00:00:00 /altitude 500km Scene 03/ 00:00:14.5 /altitude 100km Scene 06/ 00:00:15.16 /altitude 86km Scene 08/ 00:00:16.6 /altitude 60km Scene 09/ 00:00:18.25 /altitude 30km Scene 12/ 00:00:20 /altitude 0km

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/30km/sec /25km/sec /24.6km/sec /23km/sec /21.5km/sec /0km/sec

scene 06

scene 08

: Molecule scale collision : Vaporization : Scattered/ vaporization/ intense trail : Scattered/ vaporization/ trail : Smoke/ vaporization : Impact moment

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COOPER UNION, THESIS

3. A Meteorite : Impact Process Through the information from Arizona Meteor Crater, just imagine that you are following a flight of meteor with the same speed.

Energy exchange between impact and explosion

49,000 Years After the impact Kilometers Miles

0.3

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Scene 01/ 00:00:00 Scene 02/ 00:00:0.006 Scene 03/ 00:00:0.127 Scene 04/ 00:00:60 Scene 05/ a week Scene 06/ 49,000 yrs

Contact/compression stage End contact/compression stage Excavation stage End excavation stage Modification stage Final crater

: Impact moment / instant energy transfer to the ground : Bubble(early) stage of explosion / ground water deformation : Middle stage of explosion / strata deformation : Dust cloud / strata deformation : Lake from ground water/ : Current situation


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COOPER UNION, THESIS

4. Between Object And Medium

INPUT-medium-output

Input-medium-OUTPUT

Graph of the relationship between the physical facts of meteor and the shape and size of crater

Graph of the relationship between the physical condition of environment and the shape and size of crater

*Facts: diameter(m), density(materiality, g/m3), impact angle(degree), initial velocity(km/sec)

*Facts: density of target(g/m3), gravity of the planet(kgf, N), density of atmosphere(g/m3), typical environment condition(Earth, Moon, Mars)

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Chronicle of Eroding Forces COOPER UNION, STUDIO Site Devil’s Island, Apostle Islands, Lake Superior, WI Project Completion May 2013 Professor / Instructor Diana Agrest / Lydia Xynogala

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Representation Illustrator CS6, Photoshop CS6 Project description Apostle Islands, a group of islands in Lake Superior in Wisconsin are characterized by the sea caves on their edge as a result of erosion by several forces: wind, tides, waves, ice and current of the lake. These forces are interlaced behind the single phenomenon with extremely different time scales.

Drawing Rhinoceros 5/ Grasshopper

10m 30ft -10,000 ~ -8,000

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-2,000

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Chronicle of Eroding Forces COOPER UNION, STUDIO

30m

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A: Growth of ice in winter B: Erosion by waves C: Materials and forces of erosion

20mm

0.02mm

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A-A”: Erosion by waves B-B’’:Erosion acceleration by freezing C-C”:Growth of ice in winter

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On/In Los Angeles

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COOPER UNION, STUDIO Site Los Angeles Airport(LAX), LA Project Completion December 2012 Professor / Instructor Diana Agrest / Daniel Meridor Drawing Rhinoceros 5 / Grasshopper Representation Illustrator CS6 / Photoshop CS6 Air particles

Areal cones between plane area and ground

1000ft.

Project description Three dimensional 1-hour flight movement in Los Angeles: invisible structure of urban aerial space

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/ sound movements

Sound contour map

Air tubes by the movement of airplanes


Systemic Environment iArc ARCHITECTS Location Jin-joo, Kyeongnam, Korea

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Project description A competition for a cluster of LH offices A system that allows the building to change, modify and grow : Adaptable earth on the building

Responsibility Roof system design and develop/Section documentation /3d modeling(Rhino) The Roof system is coded as a program which is projected by spatial 3D Modeling Rhinoceros 4.0 / Rhino Grasshopper system of the building. (Excel) /Microsoft Excel Project Completion December 2011, Competition

Rendering Rhinoceros V-ray Sustainability Study Ecotect Analysis Representation Illustrator CS5 / Photoshop CS5

System roof section-perspective

Roof system coding-plan sample (parts)

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Systemic Environment

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iArc ARCHITECTS

Facade module idea

Roof module idea

Module idea sketches

Module systems: horizontal tree

grass

swamp

tree

grass

swamp

ventilation ventilation

reflection lignting reflection lignting

humidity humidity

Module systems: vertical vertical green vertical green

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vertical circulation vertical circulation

reflection lighting reflection lighting

flame grass flame grass

reflection +deck/green reflection +deck/green

deck

solar

deck

solar

ventilation +deck/green ventilation +deck/green

green house green house

void void

greenhouse +humid/deck greenhouse +humid/deck


Systemic Environment

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iArc ARCHITECTS

Horizontal (roof) code: plan

Environmental analysis

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Vertical (west facade) code: elevation


A Thousand of Fenestra iArc ARCHITECTS Location Seoul, Korea Project Completion February 2012 Drawing Rhinoceros 4.0, Auto CAD

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Project description The design of Cheil Worldwide starts with developing the composition of planes where the city (people, culture and nature) and colleagues of the office interact and influence each other. Individual carries one of the fenestra (windows) to communicate with the world. Various individual fenestra gather and visualize as a big picture. Responsibility Construction Documentation / detail development / sign design

Rendering Rhinoceros V-ray Representation Illustrator CS5 / Photoshop CS5

Office A

A: Meeting room zone

Mirror

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B: Exhibition zone

LCD

B

Lobby

C

C: Greeting zone

Meeting room

Visitor Desk

Lighting window

Display panel Floor info


A Thousand of Fenestra iArc ARCHITECTS

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Interlocked plate Eiroa Architects NY Location Osaka, Japan Project Completion December 2013 Drawing Rhinoceros 5.0 Rendering Rhinoceros V-ray Representation Photoshop CS6 Responsibilities Detail modeling, Rendering (Part-time)

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A Life Cycle of A House

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Location Seoul, Korea Project Completion December 2010 Drawing Auto CAD, Illustrator, Hand drawing Representation Illustrator CS5, Photoshop CS5 Project description Increasing density of life and place

1. Life cycle of families and houses

2. Living in a room, a house, and a town

A town has houses. A house has rooms. People live in their houses.

3-1. People meet and share their space and time

3-2. Houses become a house

A town has rooms. A town is a house, And a room is a house. People live in a town. People live in rooms.

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A Life Cycle of A House

3. A core of the house: thicken walls and alley

5. Unfolding a house along the interior alley and exterior alley

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4. Thicken Wall: furniture


Two Plazas: interlaced activity

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SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY, STUDIO Location Seoul, Korea Project Completion June 2008 Drawing Auto CAD, Illustrator Representation Illustrator CS3, Photoshop CS3 Modeling Material Foam board, card board, Plexiglas, bass wood Project description Two creativity: creative art working/creative consuming Walls: medium of exchange, canvas Program: artist plaza, performance hall, sunken plaza As a result, it became mixed but divided.

Sunken Floor GL+52.4 ft.

2nd Floor GL+79 ft.

100 ft.

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Ground Floor GL+65.6 ft.

100 ft.

100 ft.


Academic Society

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iArc ARCHITECTS Location Seoul, Korea Project Completion June 2012, Competition 3D Modeling Rhinoceros 5.0 /Rhino Grasshopper Rendering Rhinoceros V-ray Sustainability Study Ecotect Analysis Representation Illustrator CS5, Photoshop CS5 Module system Explode diagram

Project description KAIST dormitory competition/ each room, floor, building and whole dormitory area make different scales of communications so that students have multi-layered relationships in their university. Responsibility Concept design and development/ facade system design/ 3D modeling

Exterior community and 1st floor planning

Green Area

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Path Way

Gathering Landscape

Connecting Zone

2nd Floor Plan


Living On The Edge iArc ARCHITECTS Location Geoje-do, Korea Project Completion May 2012 3D Modeling Rhinoceros 4.0 /Rhino Grasshopper Rendering Rhinoceros V-ray Representation Illustrator CS5, Photoshop CS5 Project description Marina-Residential Masterplan Program List: Hotel, clubhouse, Apartment house, mansion, marina Responsibility Master plan/circulation design/ Clubhouse design/ 3D modeling and rendering

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Memories of A River

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SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY, STUDIO Location Seoul, Korea Project Completion December 2007 3D Modeling, Rendering 3D MAX Drawing Auto CAD, Illustrator

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Representation Illustrator CS, Photoshop CS, After Effect CS Modeling Material Museum board, Plexiglas, bass wood present Project description Han river needs to be healed. To blur the rigid line between the land and the water, the water infiltrates into the land and the land is torn into several strips toward the water to extend its territory.

healing

healing

generatin

generatingcommunications

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[6C] Coal gas Light in 19TH Century Paris

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COOPER UNION, SEMINAR Site Paris France Project Completion May 2013 Professor Lydia Xynogala Representation Illustrator CS5, Photoshop CS5 Project description 19th Century Paris, The Capital of The World: Two faces of Modernism through city lighting

One character of Modernity is defined as violence. Coal gas lighting was one of the methods to control and suppress the public to keep the power of Napoleon III. Lighting has inverse meanings on seeing: seeing and being seen. If one can have views through the lighting, it means that others also can see the person. In the sense of control the city, coal gas lighting enabled night guards to see others clearly, and hindered the protests from hiding into the dark. The lighting mapping on the streets of Paris after the Haussmann’s planning proves this idea. However, the advent of coal gas lighting brought a great cultural, social change into people’s minds, and it was revolutionary convert. Because of the brightness of coal gas lighting, people started to have nocturnal lives: on streets, in the libraries, theaters, department stores, and cafés. Before this era, night still belong to the myth. When the coal gas light installed on the street, people ‘discovered’ the nocturnal time.

Newly added boulevard of Haussmann’s Paris planning

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Lit-up roads in Paris (With a map of 1892)

Dark islands cut by the volumes of lights

Juxstaposition of roads of coal gas lighting and roads of Hausmann’s planning


New York Anagram

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COOPER UNION, SEMINAR Site New York City, NY Project Completion December 2012 Professor Tamar Zingure Drawing Auto CAD, Illustrator CS5 Representation Illustrator CS5, Photoshop CS5 Project description

A playing A city A block Fabric without fabric

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A playing A poem A word Anagram


Seoul -Scape

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SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY, RESEARCH LAB Site Various sites in Seoul, Korea Project Completion Feburary 2011 Professor Peter W. Ferretto Drawing Auto CAD, Illustrator CS4, Photoshop CS4 Project description Through Site visit/ interview/ documentation/interpretation with the document

Chuggye-cheon, an organic factory: micro

Land Is Life

Church-pology: heterogeneities

“Unlike most other eastern capitals, such as Tokyo and Beijing, Seoul has no formal city grid structure. On the contrary, Seoul has expanded organically, like a fluid, flowing into the areas of minimun friction, and in the process adapting its urban fabric to the existing topography.” Flowing out urbanism of Seoul

Chuggye-cheon, an organic factory: macro

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Matter-sphere 1: Mold/Concrete

Modeling Material Mold: Foam board, plywood Plaster, Concrete 3D Modeling 3D MAX

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Project description Concrete is interesting material; the materiality of molds remains on the surface of it. Concrete mirrors the material. I make empty space, considering filled object, and the object is left. This reversible relationship of shape and materiality between the mold and concrete was a theme of this project. What is remained and is disappeared.

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Matter-sphere 2: Lighting/Wood

Modeling Material Plywood, wood, steel rod, lighting bulbs

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Project description In order to explore the quality of wood, several different shape, thickness, sizes of plywood, wood blocks, row branches are used. Using light bulb, they present different materiality in the sense of lighting: transparency, reflection, absorption, opacity.

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Matter-sphere 3:

Transparency/ Chemical activity Modeling Material Plexiglas tube, resin, salt, film, water, fish wire Photography aids Adjustable lighting box (Self made)

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Project description Transparency possibly has its own shadow. Experiment of material mixture and of lighting changes reveal their own particular atmosphere. And the feeling of emptiness and fullness make different feelings of transparency.

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Matter-sphere 4:

Forces And Scars And Growth Modeling Material Mixture of salt and plaster Modeling method Carved with water jet (Power washer)

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Project description In the process of understanding sea caves which are made by erosion, By recoding the erosion, the relationship between material and forces are presented.

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Matter-sphere 4a:

Forces And Scars And Growth Modeling Material Mixture of salt and plaster Modeling method Carved with water jet (Power washer)

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Project description In the process of understanding sea caves which are made by erosion, By recoding the erosion, the relationship between material and forces are presented.

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Matter-sphere 5:

Evolving Layers of The Time Modeling Material Plexiglas, paint Modeling method Rhinoceros 5 + Razor cutter

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Project description To present the erosion process in time, this shows the accumulation of time at the edge lines of the material. Time remains its layers in spaces with the physical shapes and lines, and it is like the opposite way of annual rings of a tree. It is solid, but it is possibly translucent like a motion picture.

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Matter-sphere 6: De-Constructive Toy Modeling Material 3D printing result Modeling Method Rhinoceros 5 / Grasshopper 3D print

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Project description What makes an object, as one piece. Looking closer, everything is divide. One cube with small cubes is divided small pieces and the pieces can make different shapes from the cube.

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Matter-sphere 7:

Forces And Scars And Growth Modeling Material Wax, iron ball

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Project description Heat changes the status of wax. Putting an extremely heated iron ball on a block of wax with layers of different colors shows the process of melting and the force to penetrate the wax. Impact is not the only pushing force, it contains heat and chemical reaction.

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Matter-sphere 7a: Setting a fire on a ball Modeling Material 3 inch diameter iron ball 3D Modeling Oxygen torch

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Project description While developing an idea of thesis, I divided the forces of impact into pushing, melting, and chemical reacting. To observe the force of the heat, a three-inch diameter iron ball was used to be heated and to melt a block of wax. Meanwhile, due to spraying oxygen and fuel, it looked like a meteor, a fireball in the air.

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