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BOSUNG JEON Selected Works 2018 University of Pennsylvania PennDesign - School of Architecture MSD-AAD (M.Arch II) Candidate onlygratia24@gmail.com 647.325.9139


01 SECRET GARDEN Library Renovation in Historic Area 02 NEIGHBORS IN THE WALL Residential & Commercial Mixed Use Complex 03 POST-ANTHROPOCENTRIC LOGISTICS CENTER Hyperloop & Industrial 4.0 Logistics Center 04 MINGLE WITH A LANDSCAPE Public Roof Park & Hotel in Barcelona 05 REKINDLING MEMORIES Mausoleum Tower in a Dense Metropolitan Area 06 DAYTIME RENDEZVOUS Agricultural Science Company HQ 07 DERIVATIVE OF FRAMES Reinterpretation of a Historical Architectural Element 08 PAVILION IN NATURE Manitoga Artist Residency Pavilion


BOSUNG JEON

647.325.9139 | onlygratia24@gmail.com

PROJECT EXPERIENCE

PUBLICATION & EXHIBITION

HONORS & AWARDS

COMPUTER SKILLS

Kengo Kuma And Associates / Internship (Tokyo, Japan) - Schematic design of a housing project in Chiva, Spain (Preparation of drawing set, 3D modeling, and rendering) - Participation of a competition(Philharmonic hall in Geneva, Switzerland) (Preparation of drawing set and presentation diagrams) M.PAA Architecture / Internship (Seoul, South Korea) - Conducted design assistance in a competition project team - Won the competition for the design of Gwanpyeong Public Library - Design development assistance of the library (Elevation design and preparation of drawing set)

Candidate 2018

02. 2015

06. 2017 - 08. 2017

12. 2013 - 02. 2014

IFoU Workshop (Singapore) - Hosted by Jurong Town Corporation and National University of Singapore - Proposed and developed an idea for urban development in Jurong West - Participated in downtown city planning

01. 2015 - 02. 2015

University of Granada Union Workshop (Seoul, South Korea) - Proposed an idea on rehabilitation of Jong-myo, Royal Cemetery - Reinterpreted the shirine place and designed passage space - Won the best project Commendation

01. 2012 - 02. 2012

Pressing Matters 6

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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

University of Pennsylvania - PennDesign, School of Design - Master of Science in Design - Advanced Architectural Design (Master of Architecture II) Sungkyunkwan University - Department of Architecture, Seoul, South Korea - Bachelor of Architecture (5 years) - summa cum laude

RESUME

EDUCATION

“Post-anthropocentric Logistics Center” | University of Pennsylvania “Rekindling Memories” | University of Pennsylvania

Pavilion Installation Artist in Residence at Manitoga 19th Gyeonggi Architecture Exhibition “Neighbors in the Wall”

06. 2017 - 11. 2017 10. 2014 - 11. 2014

Chungnam Province Scholarship Full Semesters of a Graduate Study Course Chairman Award Graduate summa cum laude | Sungkyunkwan University Korea Institute of Registered Architects (KIRA) Commendation Academic Excellence Korea Planning Association (KPA) Award Academic Excellence Gyeonggi Architecture Culture Competition Grand Prize(1st Prize) Academic-Industrical Cooperation Grant University of Granada Union Workshop Best Project Yeong-sil Jang Scholarship Full Scholarship for 5-year Bachelor of Architecture

08. 2016 - 12. 2017 02. 2015 02. 2015 02. 2015 11. 2014 12. 2013 - 02. 2014 02. 2012 03. 2007 - 12. 2014

Rhino, SketchUP, Maya, Grasshopper AutoCAD, Revit V-ray, Keyshot, Maxwell, Lumion, Kerkythea Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, PremierePro

Modeling Drawing Rendering Adobe

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PROJECT 01 | SECRET GARDEN

01 SECRET GARDEN

Library Renovation in Historic Area Sungkyunkwan University Fall 2013 Advisor: Sujin Sung Location: Seoul, South Korea

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There are two issues concerning Jung-dok Library. First, it is not suitable for library usage because it was originally built as a school and its function has changed to a library. Consisting of three parallel buildings, it is inconvenient to recognize spaces and programs. Second, Jungdok Library is under pressure to change its program into commercial use, because it is in the middle of a village area, Seo-chon Han-ok(Traditional House) village, which is under gentrification and crowded by tourists. The prices of Han-ok buildings and the land of the area have risen steeply, and this fact significantly influences the library. However, the library has two distinct promising aspects for better use. Above all, it is a sole and huge park near the neighborhood because a huge playground has been transformed into a park. Additionally, the three buildings are totally surrounded by trees, which is an indisputable merit for a rest area. Next, since it is located above an embankment that is 4 to 8 meters high, it is possible to make observatory spaces looking down on the quaint scenery of Han-ok village. Hence, this project is focused on improving the library function by inserting a proper large space and creating observatory places and an information center for library users and tourists.

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ISSUE

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POSSIBILITY

Absence of Proper Large Space for the Library, And Pressure of Gentrification |

A Sole And Huge Park Located at the Higher Level in the Neighborhood

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b.

Site

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a. Gentrification Area b. Hanok Village (Traditional Housing) c. Library Embankment d. Library Garden

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b.

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c.

Site Analysis

d.

d.

Remodeling Process


PROJECT 01 | SECRET GARDEN

Inserting a Proper Large Space

Mullion Structure System PennDesign MSD-AAD (M. Arch II) Candidate | BOSUNG JEON

The library needs a space for a central place to organize many rooms in the three rows of oblong buildings. Thus, a central area is inserted for the main functions of the library – a mezzanine, stacks, information kiosks, and so on. The insertion is conducted by damaging the minimum volume of existing buildings and taking advantage of the rest of the existing buildings as subsidiary programs.

Making Invisible Boundaries using Height Differences Although there are a few physical boundaries, height difference gives people the feeling of entering another space. Thus, while maintaining visibility, spaces can be used as different areas.

Polycarbonate Glazing

Gradually Increasing Privacy Spaces are layered by degrees of activeness, volume of sound, and visibility. People can choose spaces from the public mezzanine to a private compartment unit place.

Overall Enclosure

Newly Inserted Auditorium And Stacks

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PROJECT 01 | SECRET GARDEN

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Large Mezzanine Space Convertible into An Auditorium

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Exterior View

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Top View

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01. Convertible Auditorium Mezzanine 02. Stage 03. Lobby 04. Indoor Garden 05. Elevator 06. Stack 07. Coat Room 08. Computer & Media Room 09. Cafeteria

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PROJECT 01 | SECRET GARDEN

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Stack Area Composition

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01. Convertible Auditorium Mezzanine 02. Stage 03. Lobby 04. Indoor Garden 05. Elevator 06. Lecture Room 07. Stack 08. Reading 09. Reading Compartment Unit 10. Coat Room 11. Computer & Media Room 12. Specific Topic Stack 13. Lounge 14. Office 15. Circulation Stack 16. Cafeteria 17. Children’s Library

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Stack Area & Reading Compartment Units

View of Library from the Inside of Reading Compartment Units

View of Traditional Hanok Village from the Outside of Reading Compartment Units


Reading Compartment Unit PROJECT 01 | SECRET GARDEN

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24 0

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150

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Reading Compartment Unit Movement

Max Size (Vlavate 2 Units)

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Polycarbonate Translucent polycarbonate doors can be extended to secure privacy securing inside privacy and offering the possibility of checking the occupancy of the inside for people outside.

Min Size (Overlap 2 Units)

Max Stretch (1500mm)

More than Just Reading If more people gather, a wider variety of activities occur in libraries – not only reading, but also discussing, socializing, playing, and so on, and libraries cannot provide every space with the proper scale. For instance, fixed physical walls cannot respond to both cases where someone needs their own private and cozy space and a group of people want a bigger one. In this case, the compartment units let people adjust spaces for their own usage. Compartment Unit In the deepest part of the stack layers, there are compartment units that are designed to make private spaces. The main features of the units are the flexibility of the space scale and the provision of social distance. The area of the units’ space can be adjusted for individual use from 1500 x 2400mm to 3000 x 2400mm by sliding them in parallel with each other. Additionally, translucent polycarbonate doors can be extended to secure privacy, securing inside privacy and offering the possibility of checking the occupancy of the inside for people outside.

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PROJECT 02 | NEIGHBORS IN THE WALL

02 NEIGHBORS IN THE WALL

Residential & Commercial Mixed Use Complex Grand Prize Gyeonggi Architecture Culture Competition Sungkyunkwan University Fall 2014 Advisor: Junghun Hwang Location: Suwon, South Korea

Project site is located right next to Hwasung fortress wall that has the potential of unused green space. By exploiting it, this project secures necessary outdoor space both for residential and commercial purposes as well as creating a circulation that connects beloved fortress wall promenade and market area to improve on bringing more people and make profit for the markets.

5.6 km

of Green Promenade of the Fortress Wall & Stream Walkway

Project Site

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Hwasung district is one of the most bustling area in Suwon City. There is a UNESCO Heritage, Hang-gung Palace and Hwasung fortress wall. Also, about half of traditional markets of the city are located in this district as well as art galleries and handcraft shops that attract huge amount of people. Due to these reasons, development of lots and buildings are highly districted, so most buildings in the town are a mixed type of stores and houses without adequate spaces. In particular, since the buildings are designed not to interfere with each other’s functions, the necessary outside spaces are sacrificed.

Mixed Housing & Commercial Zone

Art Gallery Zone

Palace

Traditional Handcraft Atelier Zone

Traditional Market Zone

Hwasung Park

41% Suwon-cheon Stream

of Traditional Markets of the city & Prosperous Streets

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Fortress Wall & Promenade

Inside of the Wall After Elimination of the Fences

Jangan-mun Gate, 2014 Pencil, invert, 35 x 25 cm


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Underused Land inside Hwasung Fortress Wall

About 2/3 of 5.6 km of the Wall is beloved by neighbors as a promenade. Approximately 65,000 km2 of green space is located along this promenade. However, it is blocked by fences and there are only few entrances to the promenade. If the fences are eliminated and the green is extended, it could complement the deficiency of the site area. 15~20m

Park

Wall

Promenade

Green

Gap

Fence

Road

Housing

PROJECT 02 | NEIGHBORS IN THE WALL

ISSUE. 1

Extention of green

Wall

Promenade

Green

Housing

Eliminating Fences & Bringing Green into the Site

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Park

Inside of the Wall And Promenade

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PROJECT 02 | NEIGHBORS IN THE WALL

H wa su ng Fo r tr es sW al l

ity mun Com on GF rculati Ci

en Gre ion ns a p Ex k ar gP un as Hw

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y unit omm n 2F C rculatio Ci

Extension of the Green Space & Community Circulation Green space and promenade are extended and mingled with community area. It elongates and becomes green patio space shared by the community, small garden spaces for houses, and indoor garden in the houses. People in the community enjoy the promenade more abundantly.

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Extension of the Green Space & Commercial And Gallery Spaces

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Housing & Community Circulation

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10500 5100

5100

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10500

01. Fortress Wall & Promenade 02. Hwasung Park 03. Garden for Housing 04. Community Circulation 05. Commercial Storage 06. Patio for Commercial 07. Commercial 08. Commercial Circulation 09. Gallery 10. Housing 11. Outdoor Playground for Housing 12. Underground Parking Lot

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01. Hwasung Promenade 02. Bridge & Community Circulation 03. Community Center Lobby 04. Fitness Center 05. Library 06. Gallery 07. Commercial 08. Community Garden 09. Community Patio 10. Parking Lot Entrance

UP

Access to Prosperous Street Prosperous Street Vehicle Access

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PROJECT 02 | NEIGHBORS IN THE WALL

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Deficiency of Outside Spaces for Commercial Buildings Due to Restricted Development

In the site area, development of lots is highly restricted so buildings have few stories with little outdoor space. Moreover, about half of traditional markets of the city are located near the site area without proper circulation space that can catalyze to get more profit for stores. Thus, reorganization of roads and pedestrian passage as well as creating proper outdoor space in limited FAR are significant.

LEISURE

WORK & SALE

ENTRANCE

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FOR KIDS

NECESSARY OUTSIDE SPACE FOR A COMMERCIAL BUILDING

1. Lack of a space for people to stay outside of a building 2. Deficiency of outdoor space for artists to work 3. Insufficient space for people to play outside 4. Necessity of outdoor space with proper level for enjoying the Hwasung Fortress Wall, an UNESCO Heritage 5. Inconvenient access for the Disabled

B1 Plan

Access to Disabled Parking Elevator & Stairs

01. Storage 02. Disabled Parking 03. Power Generator Room

PROJECT 02 | NEIGHBORS IN THE WALL

ISSUE. 2

04. Mechanical Room 05. Fan Room 06. Electricity Room

E1

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E4

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E6

41700 A1

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PROJECT 02 | NEIGHBORS IN THE WALL

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THK 50 Reclaimed Barn Wood Vapor Control Layer THK 20 Waterproof Membrane Drainage

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Sta irs &

THK 100 Tinted RC. 4800 x 1800 x 35 THK 50% Recycled Hardwood, 50% Recycled HDPE Plastic 2 x 4 in Alumimun Stud Drainage THK 100 Matt Conc. THK 200 Gravel Foundation

THK 100 Fiber Wool 2 x 4 in Stud THK 50 Plywood THK 50 Reclaimed Barn Wood

THK 35 Reclaimed Barn Wood THK 50 Steel Stud THK 50 Reclaimed Barn Wood Merchandise, Ceramics.

Vegetation Wall, Moss THK 20 Waterproof Membrane THK 30 Cement 2 x 4 in Stud THK 50 Reclaimed Barn Wood

THK 200 RC. THK 20 Waterproof Membrane THK 20 Protection Mat

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Drone Small items would be delivered by drones. Platforms and facilities for drones are necessary in the logistics center.

Small Delivery Machine Small machines would change the scenery of manufacturing process in factories. Thousands of small autonomous machines would move around and bring materials and goods even in low height and narrow spaces.

Autonomous Van In relatively near distance, delivery service is also changed. For the autonomous vehicles, the service would be steady and constant for 24 hours.


PROJECT 03 | POST-ANTHROPOCENTRIC LOGISTICS CENTER

03 POST-ANTHROPOCENTRIC LOGISTICS CENTER Hyperloop & Industrial 4.0 Logistics Center PennDesign Spring 2017 Advisor: Robert Stuart-Smith Location: Nevada, United States

Instead of small warehouse buildings, autonomous airships would function as flying logistics hubs. Hovering slowly inside of assigned region, they will carry not only products but also drones.

Hyperloop In the Industy 4.0 Era, massive delivery would be much faster due to extremely high speed logistics system. Hyperloop is one of the main options and it is even faster than Boeing aircraft now.

In the Industry 4.0 Era, many types of industries would be changed with autonomous systems; most likely distribution industry as well as manufacturing business. Post-anthropocentric eco-system; with servers, wireless networks, and machines would replace current organizations consisting of human supervisor, departments and frameworks, and human workers. In this background, this project started from the question of what the features of manufacture and logistics center are in the Industry 4.0 Era as well as how to express architectural aesthetics of the building in the era. First, manufacture and distribution process of the industries decides the arrangement of spaces. Second, scales and shapes of machines are more significant for optimization of geometry than those of humans. Above all, arrangement of spaces is affected by the circulation system of machines and is organized considering the work flow of the center. Basically, limited methods are applied for machines to move around the building; wheels, tracks, or propellers, and the rest of the machines are thoroughly specialized for their own tasks receiving signals from servers and being fixed in limited area. In this project, thus, vertical movement and inclined pathway circulation are mainly used for delivering large items, and circulation system utilizing flying method is done by drones through high spaces for carrying small items. In each process, machines move with grid system using QR Code for high efficiency and productivity. These arrangements of spaces create change of architectural geometries in different densities and in direction of masses.

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Autonomous Airship

Next, the scale and nature of various machines are more critical than those of people for both overall building form and specific shape of spaces. This is because people are usually only involved in complement positions and not more important than machines ontologically in the eco-system of the building. Also, density and usage of space are different with the factories these days – in the facilities in this project, the deviation of machine size is significantly greater than that of human height. For instance, normal one floor height can be divided into multiple floors for small machines and extremely high empty space is also necessary for flying machines, gigantic power generator, or cooling system. Furthermore, there is strict limitation for the radius of curve section of hyperloop tracks which creates streamlined form of the hyperloop station.

Server Basically, this center is operated by wireless signals. Server system would function multiple roles; supervisors, maintenance workers, analysts the center, and so on.

In conclusion, one of the major characteristics of Industry 4.0 is post-anthropocentric which would change the architectural features of the industrial buildings not only functionally but also aesthetically. Firstly, it is workflow of specific industries that decides arrangement of spaces, zoning, and circulation system. Second, scales and habits of machines would more strongly affect scale and shapes of the overall form of buildings and specific spaces. In the Industry 4.0, architects should seriously think about machines as main actors of buildings.

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ISSUE | Advent of Industry 4.0 Era & Changing Ecology of Factory And Logistics into Post-Anthropocentric System POSSIBILITY | Consideration of Autonomous System into Architecture More for Machines And Objects than Humans


PROJECT 03 | POST-ANTHROPOCENTRIC LOGISTICS CENTER

Elevation

A2

A3

A4

A5

A6

A7

A8

A10

A9

Plan

Autonomous A1

Vans

A2

A3

Conveyers

3D Printers

Screens

Autonomous Machines

Wraps

A5

Containers

Chargers

A6

Autonomous

Sorting

A7

A9

Robot Arms

Vans

A10

Industry Evolution & Industry 4.0 Logistics System Industry 1.0 Mechanization, Steam power Weaving loom

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Major Components

Global 3D Printers Market

Industry 2.0 Mass production, Assembly line Electricity power

Revenue

Unit Sales

Industry 3.0 Computers & Electronics Automation

2014

2018

158,000

845,000

2014

2018

$ 1.6 Billion

$ 4.8 Billion

Industry 4.0 Cyper physical systems Network & Internet

Transportation Speed Factories

Hyperloops

Supervisors

Eurostar 186 mph

& Designers

Bullet Train 275 mph Hyperloops

Boeing737 485 mph

Autonomous Vans

Hyperloop 760 mph Cities & Customers

Factories

Overall Sequence of the Function of the Center & Industry 4.0 Logistics System

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Autonomous Car

Platfrom

Truck

Fuel Tank

Fuel Tank

Human

Second Airship

Second Airship

Second Airship

Human Human Platform for Drone

Main Airship

Drone

Monitor Screen

Platfrom

Truck

Drone

Human

Platfrom

Truck

Human

Fuel Tank

Monitor Screen

Human

Human Human

Human Shelf

Autonomous Car

Shelf

Shelf

Shelf

Platform for Drone

Drone Human Human

Autonomous Car

Autonomous Car

Autonomous Car

Autonomous Car Drone Human

Monitor Screen 3D Printer

3D Printer

Generator

3D Printer

3D Printer

Kiva

3D Printer

Main Server

3D Printer

3D Printer

Human

Platform

3D Printer

Main Server

Ground Vehicle for Hyperloop

Crane

Monitor Screen

Container

Autonomous Car Monitor Screen

Kiva 3D Printer

3D Printer

3D Printer

3D Printer

3D Printer

Autonomous Car Human

3D Printer

Generator

Main Server

3D Printer

Main Server

3D Printer

3D Printer

3D Printer

Human

Interior Track System

Interior Track Rail

Hyperloop Facilities

Human

Human

3D Printer

Kiva 3D Printer

Hyperloop

Platform

Hyperloop Track

Kiva 3D Printer

Autonomous Car

Interior Track System

Human

Hyperloop Track

Hyperloop Facilities

Interior Track Rail

Monitor Screen

Human Platform Generator

3D Printer

Main Server

3D Printer

Main Server

Hyperloop

Hyperloop Facilities

Monitor Screen

Autonomous Car

Kiva

Human

Kiva Platform

3D Printer

3D Printer

Monitor Screen

3D Printer

3D Printer

3D Printer

3D Printer

Crane

Ground Vehicle for Hyperloop

Container Human

Charging Platform

Charging Platform

Charging Platform

Charging Platform

Charging Platform

Charging Platform

Human

Human

Ontology Diagram of Post-Anthropocentric Logistics System

3D Printer

Autonomous Car

Container

Crane

Drone

Platform for Drone

Fuel Tank

Generator

Delivery Cart

Ground Vehicle for Hyperloop

Human

Hyperloop

Hyperloop Facilities

Hyperloop Track

Interior Track System

Interior Track Rail

Kiva

Main Server

Monitor Screen

Main Airship

Partition

Platform

Robot Arm

Second Airship

Shelf

Subject Objects for A Post-Anthropocentric Architecture


12000

01. Hyperloop Tube 02. Hyperloop Ignition Space 03. Airship Control Room 04. Airship Docking Area 05. Drone Platform 06. Aircraft Fuel Charging Station 07. Kiva Robot Lane 08. Hyperloop Platform 09. Kiva Robot Recharge Station 10. Hyperloop Mechanic Station 11. Human Hyperloop Platform 12. Truck Entrance & Warehouse 13. Goods Classification Sector 14. Hyperloop Loading Station 15. Cooling System Control Center 16. Server Control Duct

B3 13200

B4

B5

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19500

B6 13200

B7 12300

B8 11400

C10 24000

10200 25200

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246200

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02

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Cooling System Control Tower Near the server room, there is a cooling system control tower. Servers and processors emit huge amount of heat constantly. Dealing with it is one of the most important issue to make the center function continuously.

Cooling System Embedded Surface Overall temperature of the building is first controlled at the surface. Additional cooling material is applied along the arrangement of the most heat emitting system.

Hyperloop Station Entrance for People Although this center is mainly occupied by machines, hyperloop is also an infrastructure for people. This new and extremely high speed transportation would make the distance between cities closer than ever before.


PROJECT 03 | POST-ANTHROPOCENTRIC LOGISTICS CENTER

Agglomeration of Small Factories In factory part of the building, machines and facilities are packed together and are often sandwiched. Thus, for the easy access to each space, overall building is divided into small factories and also securing enough surface area.

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Overall Top View of the Logistics Center Products Loading Platform At this product loading platform, various types of loading methods are functioning together. According to scale and delivery distance, one of the methods are selected from tiny drone to gigantic airship.

Cutaway Elevation View

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05. Kiva Robot Recharge Station 06. Kiva Robot Distribution Area 07. Goods Classification Sector 08. Truck Entrance & Warehouse

09. Human Circulation Tube 10. Human Hyperloop Platform 11. Control Center & Mechanical Room


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Beginning of Manufacture & Logistics At Logistics Center & Factory

Hyperloop Circulation Penetrating the Center & Factory


PROJECT 03 | POST-ANTHROPOCENTRIC LOGISTICS CENTER

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Hyperloop Center Interior View In the infrastructure architecture of the Industry 4.0 Era, aesthetic aspect would be represented by revealing systems and mechanisms of industries themselves. It is differentiated from that of Futurism. Artists in Futurism focused on creating futuristic images by imagination derived from symbols of machines and speed of modern civilization. However, in Industry 4.0, shape and image of buildings and sceneries inside factories are real and practical, which comes from actual arrangement of building volumes and alignment of machines by wireless signal orders.

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Landscape Park with Vertical Promenade

Elevator Tower

Main Entrance of the Park

Accommodation Units

Landscape Park for Mingling

Existing Housing & Commercial

Courtyard Occupied with Private Properties

Top: Main Entrance of the Roof Park Below: Relationship between the Hotel And Existing Buildings


PROJECT 04 | MINGLE WITH A LANDSCAPE

04 MINGLE WITH A LANDSCAPE Public Roof Park & Hotel in Barcelona PennDesign Fall 2017 Advisor: Anna Pla-Catala Location: Sant-marti, Barcelona, Spain

First, empty rooftop spaces will be utilized for creating new spaces. There are few empty lots in the site area that people even converted courtyard spaces into private facilities such as parking lots, warehouses, low-rise buildings, and so on. Thus, instead of restoring ground level, the spaces of the rooftops could be an effective alternative. Also, in the site area, FAR of each block is low and possible to become higher, which could be the premise of this scenario. Next, local people want to have more green spaces and visitors expect more space to enjoy after the business. The main strategy to supplement more green spaces is that each courtyard space is calculated and distributed on top of the roofs that are not angled and possible to occupy relatively easily. Those distributed spaces create new landscape and circulation network. Simultaneously, accommodations are mixed with the landscape for visitors to mingle with local people and touching the life in Barcelona. To achieve this strategy and to create geometries, parametric scripting will be written using parameters of roof areas, number of activities assigned to each area units, and distances among the programs.

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The site area of this project is 20@ in Barcelona where IT and innovative industries are prospering sharply. In the future, the number of people visiting Barcelona for a business trip would increase and it could bring more profit to the city. Yet, this area as well as Barcelona city has problems concerning this huge number of visitors, paradoxically; they occupy more spaces in the city where available lots are running out gradually. To manage this situation, two issues related to visitors and local people will be discussed in this project. First, spaces for visitors will be created and current buildings will be respected by extension of spaces on top of existing buildings. Second, green spaces will be supplemented both for visitors and local people.

Campus Audiovisual Can Ricart Fabrica Oliva Artes Reru-Pere IV

SITE

Ca l'Aranyo Eix Llacuna Residencia d'estudiants Obertura carrer Llacuna Llull Pujades Ponent

Llull Pujades Llevant Parc Central Can Saladrigas Nuciantic del Poblenou

Project Site & Development Plan of A Business Area ‘20@’ 45


A. 80 %

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Number of Business Meetings Held in Barcelona in the Context of Business Tourism from 1990 to 2016 by Type

Distribution of Tourists Visiting Barcelona in 2016 by Purpose of the Trip

3600 Source Ayuntamiento de Barcelona; Turismo de Barcelona; Gremio de Hoteles de Barcelona

Total Grean Area: 315 Total Courtyard Area: 15717

5082

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ISSUE | Deficiency of Accommodation Facilities for Business Trippers & Park Spaces for Local People POSSIBILITY | ble Flat Roofs

Low FAR of Existing Buildings & Occupia-

Expectation of More Business Trippers in Barcelona & Lack of Accommodation Facilities

B.

Only about 5% of the Courtyard spaces in the Site Is Green Space & The Rest Is Private Property

C.

Distribution of the Area of Courtyards on Top of Roofs & Combine with Landscape Hotel

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C.

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Indoor

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Take A Walk

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Width of Promenade Jogging

Take A Walk

Tea Time Laundry

Pet walk

Lunch

Shopping

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Club Bar

Parameters of Roof Park Promenade

Geometry Study for Applying Parameters on the Landscape Width of Promenade

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Jogging Take A Walk

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Public Transportation Meeting

Public Transportation

Field Trip

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Public Transportation

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The Schedule of Business Trippers

Overlapping Activities

Daily Life of Typical Barcelona People


PROJECT 04 | MINGLE WITH A LANDSCAPE

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The Scenery of the Roof Park at Night Applied parameters create landscape park on a rooftop space. A series of steps with different scales and areas make a variety of moments; circulation passage, cozy pocket space to sit, semi-closed space, and so on.

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To intertwine the roof park and the hotel, park promenade penetrates the overall space from the outdoor space to indoor. The promenade becomes a landscape hallway inside of the hotel which has pocket lounge spaces as part of the indoor landscape park. Furthermore, steps of the landscape create furnitures inside of each room; seats, drawers, tables, shelves, and so on.

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Interior View of A Hotel Unit Geometry in a hotel room is made by different parameters derived from various activities happening in a room. The geometry itself divide a whole room space into several sections such as sleeping area, table area, and closet and powder room area. The direction of wooden planks is considered for emphasizing the expression of the geometry. On the side of the steps, planks are put vertically, and for louvers, woods are put horizontally with slightly different colors.

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Balcony As An Extension Space of the Landscape

Hotel Units

Steps cross in the geometry and create concave spaces which are used as hotel units. At the edge of the elevation, steps are divided and extend the inside area.

Balcony Structure

The structure inside of the balcony makes the internal space of the balcony louver occupiable by people.

Balcony with A Louver System Integrated with louver system, elevation wall consists of dense and thin wooden panels. It contains air layers for insulation and transmit ambient light.


There are concave spaces where people can gather and sit together. Some of them are filled with water and used as small pools for people to enjoy the summer of Barcelona pleasantly.

Basically, the lower area functions as a promenade for people to walk. It consists of flower beds and steps so people can sit down on steps and enjoy the green space.

Entrance for Vertical Circulation

Entrances of each space give people an experience of passing through a geometry and sense of openness. The height of the entrance is relatively lower than other spaces so the pressure people experience while they pass through disappears after.

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Roof Park - Lower Space

PROJECT 04 | MINGLE WITH A LANDSCAPE

Roof Park - Upper Space

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Relationship Between Context Buildings And the Project


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01. Roof Park - Outdoor 02. Swimming Pool 03. Park Promenade - Indoor 04. Hotel Unit 05. Flower Bed 06. Reinforcement Structure 07. Existing Building 08. Private Property Occupying Courtyard

It is necessary to put cores with elevators in the process of extension because the buildings are usually lower than four stories and have no elevators in the site area. Thus, even if most of the existing building is preserved, some parts must be changed into core spaces. Structures for new cores and reinforcement to put masses on top of existing building are integrated as a whole so that they burden self-load by themselves which makes less burden to the existing building structure. This is implemented by a structural system that has to sides transmitting loads to the ground at the front and back side of the building.

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PROJECT 05 | REKINDLING MEMORIES

05 REKINDLING MEMORIES

Mausoleum Tower in a Dense Metropolitan Area PennDesign Fall 2016 Advisor: Ali Rahim Location: Manhattan, New York, United States

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People in Manhattan experience a shortage of spaces for mausoleums and cemetery. These spaces are important for people because they want places to cherish the memory of their loved ones who passed away. They also might want to be remembered and reminded after their death. However, people in Manhattan today hardly have a chance to be buried in cemeteries nor there is a large proper space to create a cemetery park in Manhattan. To reconcile this situation, I suggest a vertical cemetery and mausoleums in a pencil tower that is suitable for creating large space on top of relatively small ground space. Through an analysis, I tried to suggest a strategy to make enough profit to give a project feasibility in Manhattan. Also, different types of spaces that are necessary in cemetery will be produced in the tower; there are mausoleums, cremation niches, meditation chambers, ceremony spaces, and cremation sections for honorable citizens of New York.

Saint Paul's Churchyard

Third Cemetery of the Spanish-Portuguese Synagogue

Trinity Church Cemetery & Mausoleum

Trinity Church

Touch Stone Construction

SITE First Shearith Israel Graveyard

New York City Marble Cemetery

Manhattan Cemetery And Mausoleum & Their Capacity

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Deficiency of Cemetery Space in Manhattan Which Is Short of Empty Space |

Creating Vertical Cemetery with Cremation Niche And Mausoleums

To solve the issue of Manhattan’s lack of space for a cemetery park, I suggest a vertical type of mausoleum tower. However, narrow space of the pencil tower must be dealt and solved to achieve this proposal successfully. Thus, instead of floors being densely stacked, the ends of several spaces are splayed to secure spaces for putting small private parks between the floors. Moreover, this verticality could make an important function in the tower. People today need a space to recover mental exhaustion. Rekindling memories and lessons from precious people could be one of the examples. Narrow and high spaces in the tower can give people a chance to meditate and recover. People usually cannot experience spaces of the proportion that had been frequently used in ceremonial spaces in the history of architecture. These spaces would suitably function to let people be engrossed in meditation.

Vertical Mausoleums And Spaces in A Pencil Tower


83F 82F 81F 80F 79F 78F 77F 76F 75F 74F 73F 72F 71F 70F 69F 68F 67F

61F 60F 59F 58F 57F

Main Structure

Section Sky Lounge

Ceremonial Space

Vertical Cremation Niche

Mausoleums

Meditation Chambers

Mausoleums

Mausoleums

56F 55F 54F 53F

Meditation Chambers

52F 51F 50F 49F

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48F 47F 46F 45F 44F 43F 42F 41F 40F 39F 38F 37F 36F 35F 34F 33F 32F 31F 30F 29F 28F 27F 26F 25F 24F 23F 22F 21F 20F 19F 18F 17F 16F 15F 14F 13F 12F 11F 10F 9F 8F 7F 6F 5F 4F 3F 2F 1F GF

Vertical Cremation Niche Ceremonial Space

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66F 65F 64F 63F 62F

Elevation

PROJECT 05 | REKINDLING MEMORIES

Roof

Mausoleums Vertical Cremation Niche Meditation Chambers Vertical Cremation Niche Mausoleums

Vertical Cremation Niche Ceremonial Space

Cremation Sections for Honorable Citizens

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2.1%

3.4 billion

3.5 billion

2013

2014 July 2014 by Market-research Firm IBISWorld

The Revenue of the Cemetery Industry

432 Park Ave

Cremation Niche

Mausoleum

8,255 sqf $ 82 million

9” x 9” x 9” $ 3,500

20’ x 20’ $ 4.5 million

$ 10,000 / sqf

$ 74,600 / sqf 9 feet

$ 11,250 / sqf 20 feet

12 units

20 feet

The Revenue per SQF of Each Program

Cremation

Mausoleum

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82 million

( Max. of 432 Park Ave )

52 million

( Avg. of 432 Park Ave )

35 million

( Min. of 432 Park Ave )

24.33 %

35.60 %

35.60 % = 40 % of usable area except core in one floo ( 3210 sqf )

$ 4.4 million $ 6.4 million $ 10.2 million Unit price of mausoleum 35.60 % Occupation case

Proportion of Programs to Meet Break-even Point


PROJECT 05 | REKINDLING MEMORIES PennDesign MSD-AAD (M. Arch II) Candidate | BOSUNG JEON

Vertical Mausoleum Unit in A Pencil Tower Cemetery To make the project profitable, the profit of 432 Park Avenue apartment is taken as a standard. Currently, the maximum one floor profit of 432 Park Avenue is $82 million. The profit can be overtaken if 24.33% of one floor is populated with standard 9” x 9” x 9” cremation niches; unit price of $3,500. On the other hand, if the tower is occupied with mausoleum, when 35.60% of the floor area is taken by current luxury mausoleums, it already meets minimum one floor profit of 432 Park Avenue. Both percentages are feasible proportions in plan.

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Cremation Niches at Night


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PROJECT 05 | REKINDLING MEMORIES PennDesign MSD-AAD (M. Arch II) Candidate | BOSUNG JEON

One of Ceremonial Spaces in A Pencil Tower Cemetery

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PROJECT 06 | DAYTIME RENDEZVOUS

06 DAYTIME RENDEZVOUS Agricultural Science Company HQ Sungkyunkwan University Spring 2012 Advisor: Santiago Porras Alvarez Location: Suwon, South Korea

Survey for 100 People Living in the Residential Area was done, at the beginning of the project. In the questionnaire of this survey, many people said that their major reasons for moving to the district are related to having quality time with family and a better life, for instance, reducing commuting time by gaining access to the highway, public facilities and its services, leisure facilities, and education environment. Thus, utilizing the features of the company, work flow and experiment process are reflected into the space zoning and creation of critical spaces.

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Even if this is an office tower project, considering neighborhood conditions is significant because the project site is near a residential area where most of the researchers of this company live there. Thus, the symbiotic relation between the users of this building and the people in the neighborhood is one of the main factors of the design process of this project.

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Highway

Public facility a. Provincial Government b. District Court c. Geography Institute

Company HQ a. CJ Only One b. Coreana

Leisure a. Worldcup Stadium b. Woncheon Lake c. Cultural center

University a. Kyeong-gi Univ. b. Ajou Univ. c. Hapdong Seminary

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Providing Spaces for Both Researchers’ Experiment And Their Families’ Welfare

POSSIBILITY

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Garden Space for Demonstration Test for Genetically Modified Vegetation

Overlapping Time between Researchers And Their Children 9 am

4 pm

6 pm

11 pm

Business Trip

Researcher

Work Place

PROJECT 06 | DAYTIME RENDEZVOUS

ISSUE

Home & Leisure Home & Leisure

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School

Children

Private Academy

(Location change of 20 researchers and their children as time passes in a day) Researchers said that they rarely see their children in daytime after they enter school, and some of the workers wanted to show their work to their children. Since the experiment garden is for raising plants in an inside building condition with human existence, the researchers can spend break times with their children telling them about their work, which might relieve their anxiety about their children and help them to research more productively.

Factors Interfering Concentration on Work Unexpected visitors 6% E-mails 6% SNS 19 % Others 3%

Parenting

22 %

Time together Security Intimacy Education Cost

42 % 28 % 18 % 9% 3%

Sturbborn boss 16 %

Lack of experience 10 %

Chores 2% Chatting 10 %

Low expertise 6%

People said they worried about having little time with their family, especially with their children. Uneasiness derived from this reality often prevents them from concentrating on their work. In particular, researchers who have to spend much of their time working often feel inner conflicts between working time and leisure time with their children. Additionally, they are greatly concerned about their children’s security because they leave them with other people almost all day. Hence, people said they desire to see and have time with their children as much as possible. On the other hand, as an agricultural science building, the experiment garden is necessary for the building. Furthermore, in order to receive sufficient sun rays, the inclined space can show high efficiency.

Agricultural Experiment Mechanism (Algorithm Logic on Different Types of Lights) Heliophyte

Classification according to light quantitiy

Sciophyte

Indoor Raising Experiment

To deal with both of the issues, the slanted experiment garden will be used as a childcare facility. The high ceiling in the garden not only allow daylight to enter the facility, but also enable workers to see their children. Moreover, this garden can be used as a rest place for both researchers and their children.

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Typical Research Floor Plan Drawing 01. Office 02. Chief Researcher’s Office 03. Pantry 04. Small Meeting Room 05. Experiment Garden - Type A 06. Heliophyte Research Room 07. Research Stack for Heliophyte Research 08. Hydroponics Experiment Room 09. Meeting Room

10. Sociophyte Research Room 11. Sociophyte Culture Process A 12. Sociophyte Culture Process B 13. Intense Research Units 14. Multidisciplinary Research Room 15. Group Research Room 16. Experiment Garden - Type B 17. Consulting Room 18. General Stack

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Combination of Normal Glazing & Photovoltaic Film Insertion Type Glazing

1:50 Facade Study Model

1:200 Facade Study Model


PROJECT 06 | DAYTIME RENDEZVOUS

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PROJECT 07 | DERIVATIVE OF FRAMES

07 DERIVATIVE OF FRAMES

Reinterpretation of a Historical Architectural Element Academic Work Instructor: Ferda Kolatan Spring 2017

Lancet Lincoln Cathedral Nave Exterior

Lancet Lincoln Cathedral Nave Interior

Lancet Lincoln Cathedral Choir Exterior

Lancet Lincoln Cathedral Choir Interior

Geometrical Lincoln Cathedral Presbytery Exterior

Geometrical Lincoln Cathedral Presbytery Interior

Geometrical Lincoln Cathedral Nave Exterior

Geometrical Lincoln Cathedral Nave Interior

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In this project, I had a design experiment in which I created 3-Dimensional object with 2-Dimensional design element that has been frequently used in the history of architecture. Actually, the frame is 3-Dimensional and consists of volumetric components but it is flat as a whole and doesn’t have a space. By reinterpreting the features of historical frame components, I studied possible 3-Dimensional expressions.

Edmund Sharpe The Seven Periods of English Architecture, 1871

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Isometric View


PROJECT 07 | DERIVATIVE OF FRAMES

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When the components were designed, fabrication process was considered significantly as an integral part of the design. As an assembled design object, intended seams can represent how this is fabricated. Also, in terms of design intention, it is possible for people to be confused by unintended seams, so planning the fabrication process was quite critical to this project.

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Pavilion Installation in Site

Concept Model


Manitoga Artist Residency Pavilion Academic Work Instructor: Mohamad Al Khayer Spring 2017

2017 ARTIST RESIDENCY PROGRAM PENNDESIGN PAVILION Master Of Architecture Students Have Designed, Built and Installed a Pavilion for Manitoga

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Concept Model

PROJECT 08 | PAVILION IN NATURE

08 PAVILION IN NATURE

Master of Architecture Students at the University of Pennsylvania School of Design have designed, built and installed a full-scale, site-specific pavilion at Manitoga inspired by Russel Wright’s design legacy. “We are thrilled that Manitoga’s 2017 Artist Residency Program brings together a new generation of designers with a mid-century design icon,” says Executive Director Allison Cross. “In his experimental home and landscape, Wright celebrated material innovation, good design, and harmony with nature. The striking creativity shown by the student work is an inspiring tribute to his legacy.” The residency culminates a two-year collaboration between Manitoga and PennDesign’s Architecture Department. Over 150 students visited Manitoga and participated in various studio projects inspired by Wright’s design principles. A juried competition of student group pavilion concepts was a program highlight with the 2015 winning pavilion Over Cast named one of the world’s top student design-build projects by ArchDaily. com. The pavilion competition was coordinated by Associate Professor Andrew Saunders, who explains, “The design of a contemporary pavilion for the site offers a unique opportunity to extend the legacy of Wright and of Manitoga. The pavilion is meant to be a built dialogue that speculates on the trajectory of mid-century modern design of mass standardization in the context of today’s digital technologies.” The winning design concepts from 2016 - Hereafter and Devour(ing) the Dark - were developed by graduate students as one pavilion structure for Manitoga in the seminar Techniques, Morphology and Detailing of a Pavilion, led by Lecturer Mohamad Al Khayer, who also supervised the production and installation of the pavilion at Manitoga. Says Department Chair Winka Dubbeldam, “the pavilion installation at Manitoga is a unique design build experience. Students have the opportunity to take what they are learning at PennDesign and move it beyond our walls to engage a rich cultural context with an immediate impact.”

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