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CHUL PARK

URBAN PLANNING + DESIGN + GIS PORTFOLIO

+65 93578613 chpark4087@gmail.com


PROJECT KEYSTONE - AERIAL RENDERING

Aerial rendering that looks at the high rise residential development with office towers next to the future MRT station.


PROJECT KEYSTONE - AERIAL RENDERING

Aerial rendering that shows the overall view of the whole project site.


PROJECT KEYSTONE - EYE LEVEL RENDERING

Eye level rendering of the low rise commercial areas.


PROJECT KEYSTONE - LAND USE PLAN

PLANNED AREA Sq. Meter

LAND-USE LOW-DENSITY RESIDENTIAL

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HIGH DENSITY RESIDENTIAL

235,570

COMMERCIAL

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OFFICE

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PUBLIC

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NEW YANGON CITY - AERIAL RENDERING


NEW YANGON CITY - AERIAL RENDERING


NEW YANGON CITY - AERIAL RENDERING


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COLOMBO PORT - PERSEPCTIVE VIEW


COLOMBO PORT- SECTION


DALIAN DIAMOND BAY - DESIGN STRATEGY

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Diagram illustrates some of the major projects along the green axis.

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DALIAN DIAMOND BAY- URBAN FORM STRATEGY

The height of the Dahua area gradually increase from the waterfront to inland. This maximizes the views all the buildings, and creates a layered skyline.


DALIAN DIAMOND BAY - VIBRANT WATERFRONT

To create a reputable waterfront the diagram proposes a variety of waterfront projects along the coastline of Dahua area.


DALIAN DIAMOND BAY- TRANSIT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT

The dense transit oriented development around the MRT and water transportation promotes the use of public transit and minizes the travel of private vehicles.


DALIAN DIAMOND BAY - Sustainable System Integration Model

GIS analysis to assess the efficacy of the different land use plan options to determine the one with highest scoring.


DALIAN DIAMOND BAY - Sustainable System Integration Model


M3M AEORPOLIS- CONCEPT DIAGRAM

Live

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M3M AEROPOLIS- AERIAL RENDERING

Largest iconic Smart City in the National Capital Region


M3M AEORPOLIS- EYE LEVEL RENDERING

Collecting stakeholder and community input was vital in ensuring that the vision for the future facilities was aligned with community values.


M3M AEROPOLIS- AERIAL RENDERING

The recommended development sites created the potential for a connected civic core, improving way finding, visibility of city services and customer service.


ASPEN CIVIC MASTERPLAN - CONTEXT Aspen Mountain

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INVENTORY OF CITY OWNED PROPERTIES

SUITABILITY STUDY AND ANALYSIS

RECOMMEND SITE OPTIONS TO CITY COUNCIL Aspen City Offices

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CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

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Above map shows the context of city of Aspen and the diagram below shows the planning work flow for the civic office relocation project for the city of Aspen.

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ASPEN CIVIC MASTERPLAN - CURRENT FACILITIES 48% OF TOTAL SQFT PROPERTY LEASED

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ASPEN CIVIC MASTERPLAN - PUBLIC OUTREACH

Design Criteria 1

Design Criteria 2

What level of building sustainability do you see as appropriate?

Average Building

International Green Building Code/ City of Aspen Building Code

US Green Building Council’s LEED Gold Rating

To implement a responsible building, how far into the future should the relocation solution be planned for? World Class Model of Sustainable

What architectural character is most appropriate for these facilities?

Traditional Building Style

Innovative and leading edge style

Forward-looking architecture style

“Aspen” office building Style

What level of architectural presence should the building create?

Humble and not calling attention to itself

Infill to existing community buildings

Important presence Significant landmark calling building appropriate attention to a civic place to their function

Should public outdoor spaces be included?

No public outdoor space Only connections

Community

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What level of community interaction do you see as appropriate for the Police Facility? No community gathering space

Limited community interaction to facilitate key services

Interior space to facilitate greater police and community interaction

What level of community meeting space do you see as appropriate for the City Service Facility?

No community gathering space

Limited use for community gathering (Lobby)

Interior community meeting space

How interested are you in including a leasable space for an affordable restaurant? Create a high level of public gathering and amenity space

Stakeholders

Collecting stakeholder and community input was vital in ensuring that the vision for the future facilities was aligned with community values.

Not at all interested these are not compatible uses

Interested enough to consider more information

Very interested - this is important to the community


ASPEN CIVIC MASTERPLAN - COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS COUNTY OFFICES

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PITKIN COUNTY LIBRARY

Aspen Mountain

CITY MARKET

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Perspective rendering of highway 9 in city of Silverthorne, Colorado, showing the reduction of public right of way

BULB-OUT INTERSECTION


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Perspective rendering of highway 9 in city of Silverthorne, Colorado, showing the reduction of public right of way and mid-block crossing

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SIDEWALK


ULI HINES COMPETITION - CHICAO CONFLUENCE 5

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1. Flex Space 2. Single Family Housing 3. Shared Office 4. Retail Edge 5. Makerspace 6. Commercial Space

ADAPT 1. Beer Garden & Plaza 2. Kat Park 3. Fleet Park 4. Bend Park 5. Light Riverwalk 6. Neighborhood Greenway 7. St. Paul’s Spur 8. Ogden’s Park

ATTRACT 1. Makerspace 2. Mixed-use Residential 3. Multi-modal Transit Hub 4. Pedestrian Bridge 5. Commercial Space 6. Flex Spaces 7. Residential Building 8. Residential Building

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ULI HINES COMPETITION - CONCEPT DIAGRAM ACTIVATE

ADAPT

Preserve and renovate existing industrial buildings to create flexible spaces that supports a multitude of uses.

Retrofit and enhance the urban fabric through the development of greenspace and energy efficient building system.

Regional Context

The Chicago Confluence is located just north of Goose Island, in the heart of Chicago’s Industrial Corridor.

TRANSIT CONNECTIVITY

Though nearby transit already exists, the site is currently a gap in the larger network; multiple connection points and nodes exist nearby, few directly address the site.

ATTRACT

The addition of new structures and uses as infill development will make this burgeoning district into a richer and more cohesive community.

GREENWAY CONNECTIVITY

Wright’s vision is largely a reality, but must be broadened, branching out from a necklace to an Emerald Lattice; a web of greenery running throughout all of the Second City.


ULI HINES COMPETITION - EYE LEVEL RENDERING PEOPLE’S RIVERWALK

ADAPTIVE REUSE

The riverwalk seeks to open up the shoreline industrialization overtook back to the people of Chicago, their namesake.

Adaptive reuse connects present residents to the past in a tangible way, by allowing them to experience something new in the same spaces as those that came before.

KINGSBURY NORTH Condominium towers taking full advantage of the newly renovated river and shoreline, it provides of the Chicago skyline.


WATERFRONT PLAZA Providing space for people to gather is a priority, and we believe the waterfront plaza serves that purpose.

ACTIVE FLEX SPACE Flex space allows the older building to be they office, brewery, marketplace or makerspace.

OGDEN’S BEER GARDEN In memory of William Butler Ogden, old mayor of Chicago, the beer garden creates more vibrancy in the neighborhood.


B U S A N GANGSEO2030 LAND USE P L A N For this studio, I mainly focused on the possibility of the new KimHae ariport opening adjacent to the Gaduk Island. Currently, the Korean government is considering the relocation of the airport because KimHae Airport cannot operate twenty-four hours. I believe the new airport in this district could potentially solve this issue.

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E C O D E LTA C A M P U S MASTERPLAN A

Summary: This is a master plan of EcoDelta City in Gangseo region. I planned a site where it incorporates research, education and workplace. The site consist of university, research institute, and high technology manufactures.

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SPATIAL DESIGN

DESIGN PROCESS

HIGH TECH MANUFACTURE RESEARCH

STEP1. SELCET POTENTIAL CORES UNIVERSITY

WATER FRONT STEP2. CONNECT BETWEEN THE CORES

KNOWLEDGE BASED RESEARCH

RECREATIONAL PARK

PLANNING OBJECTIVE

MANUFACTURE ORIENTED

STEP3. DESIGN PEDESTRIAN ACCRODINGLY

PRODUCTION RESARCH EDUCATION ORIENTED

Transitioning the previous manufacture oriented site to a research and education based site.

STEP4. CONNECT ALL WITH THE STREAM


PARTIAL PLAN

University Green Space Research Institute Commercial

Arterial road

Recreational

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• Created cluster of Industry-Research-University. • Positioned artificial lake for recreational purpose. • Arranged commercial and recreational park within walking distance from the lake.

• Arterial road circulating around the site. • Collector road arranged in a crossbones shape that allows access to the entire sight. • Local roads within the site to promote circulation.

Bicycle axis

• Bicycle road along all major roads in the site along with other major bicycle lanes that allows access to major places within the city, and this promotes bicycle network within the site.

Landscape Axis Connecting Axis

Green Axis Blue Axis • Planned green network along the existing river stream. • Positioned a central park at the center of the site that promotes access from different parts of the sites.

Trail • To emphasize the cluster of Industry-Research-University, we planned the major pedestrian axis that connects the all three sectors. • Incorporated organic pedestrian network by preserving the curves of the river stream and the shape of the site.

Central Axis • Focused mainly on the connection between research institute and university. • Planned landscape axis based on existing river stream and green network.


DETAIL PLAN

Elevation Planning

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Axis Planning

3D Spatial Plan University open space boundary

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Wide open space to give a feeling of openness.

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A strong pedestrian axis connecting the open space and the river

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Created the entrance of the campus building to be facing the open space.

Elevation Planning 1

Created pilotis structure buildings which are adjacent to the open space.

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Wide sidewalk works as a different form of open space and it also induces other activities.


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Summary: This is a masterplan of Gaduk Island in Gangseo region in Busan. The main theme of this site plan is to create a tourist attraction and its affiliated facilities to support and promote tourism in this site. The site includes different types of amenities that can incorporate tourists with different interests such as marina, cruise facilities, and fisherman village.

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CONCEPTUAL DIAGRAM

SPATIAL DESIGN FISHERMAN EXPERIENCE

WATER FRONT PENSION

WATER LEISURE AQUARIUM

Learning TU

ECOLOGICAL LEARNING

RESORT & HOTEL

MARINA PORT

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Working TU TU stands for space in Korean and I wanted to emphasize this TU in our concept throughout the design within Gangseo Region.

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ECOLOGICAL LEARNING CENTER

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PARTIAL PLAN

Marina Green Space Youth Hostel Commercial

Arterial road

Recreational

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Fisherman

Local Road

• Planned commercial and marina bay along the coastal region • Positioned the fishing village farther away from the center of the site

• Due to the site’s narrow shape and landscape, we planned a road system that allows reasonable accessibility. • Preserved the circular structure of the site and planned road systems accordingly.

Bicycle axis • Tried to design an extensive bicycle facility to compensate for the lack of road system. • Encourage the use of bicycle to attract tourist activity in the site.

Landscape Axis Green Axis Blue Axis • Created a plan that conserves the adjacent mountain and planned green networks accordingly. • Utilized the river stream within the site and planned water front sceneries based on it’s structure.

Connecting Axis Trail

• Similar to road design, we shaped the pedestrian axis based on the physical structure of the site. • While planning a grid structure in the center, we tried to preserve natural curves on the northern side of the site when planning pedestrian network.

Central Axis

• Greatly utilized the slope of the site when planning the general structure of the site. • Planned a connecting axis that passes through the major destinations within the city, encouraging pedestrian activity.


Axis Planning

3D Spatial Plan

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Made a wide opening between buildings to create a spacious environment. Lowered the floors near the sea to create the right of sight

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Unified the height of the buildings adjacent to the open space.

Elevation Planning

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Planned an oval shape pedestrian axis along the open space.

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Connected the pedestrian axis with the youth hostel and the hotel.

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Promoted first floor commercial for all the buildings near LRT station for easy access.

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Promoted the oval shape by placing the buildings accordingly.

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Created an open view of the ocean that can be seen from the LRT station.

Planned a pedestrian node in front of the LRT Station.

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Connected the two major open space with the pedestrian axis

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DETAIL PLAN

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NETWORK ANALYSIS

GIS assignment on network analyses to find the best route to libraries according to different network analysis settings.

LibraryRoute 1 - in default library order with no optimization

LibraryRoute 2 - order optimize without start and end point

LibraryRoute 3 - library order in total optimization in distance

LibraryRoute 1 - route with restrictions applied

Service Area - library service area in one mile buffer

Closest Facility - closest library to each schools


Atlanta DRUNKEN MARTA Overview:

Methodology:

Our idea is to create a public transit network that will serve the premier nightlife and high density residential areas of Atlanta. First, we identified the most popular bars and restaurants within the Atlanta city boundaries according to TripAdvisor suggestions. Then, using ARC population density data and college locations, we mapped residential hotspots where service demand would be high. We used geospatial analysis to create a service buffer of one quarter and one half mile around both origin and destination points. These were overlayed with existing transit routes and used to pinpoint potential stop locations for the proposed routes. Using network analysis functionality in GIS, we determined the optimal routes to safely and efficiently connect bar patrons to popular living destinations, in a way that integrates with existing public transportation options. This resulted in two bus routes, one loop in central Atlanta, and a line servicing north Atlanta and Buckhead residents.

Create road network

Bar and Restaurants

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Map above shows geolocated locations of top 20 Atlanta restaurants.

This map demarcates residential hot spots based on population density and college locations in Atlanta. These exist primarily in Midtown, Downtown, Buckhead, and Virginia Highlands.

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This map shows the residential service areas identified by geospatial analysis. Buffers of one quarter mile and one half mile were identified for location of service stops.

The popular bars and restaurants that were identified in the previous step using TripAdvisor rakings were then given a service buffer of one quarter and one half mile.

We geocoded the top 20 Atlanta nightlife destinations to locate these stops in a point layer.


EARTH CRAFT SITE ANALYSIS PACKAGE Earth Craft Site analysis package of a site for a tax credit senior community development.

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Arched structure using hexagon cell

Chair using Voronoi 3d

GRASSHOPPER ALGORITHMIC DESIGN

Pavilion using Voronoi 3d with Weavebird extensions

Diamond Panel using Diamond cell

Twisted structure with divide curve

These are grasshopper outputs that I rendered. They are all a part of my learning exercises from tutorials Online to familiarize myself with the grasshopper user interface.

Noodle Pavilion using poulate Geometry and Interpolate

Pipe Structure using pop 3d, Vornoi 3d and Weavebird


Sin panel with Weavebird

Panel using surface morph

Dome structure using Weavebird and pipe

Building massing with Import Shapefile + TTtoolbox extruded according to its building height.

Dome structure using Weavebird and pipe

Parametric tower using Shift list


AXOMETRIC DIAGRAM OF USES

SITE PLAN

This site is a senior community in Amelia Island, Florida. I participated in producing the conceptual site plan for this project. This site plan is a Sketchup model rendered with Visualizer. The main building includes independent living, memory care. The site also includes independent living cottages and duplexes. My goal while working on this 3d model was to produce a video that can be shown to the clients.


ENTRY RENDERING

This is an entry level rendering of Amelia Island Senior community using Sketchup and Visualizer


RENDERING

This is an entry level rendering of Amelia Island Senior community using Sketchup and Visualizer


RENDERING

This is a rendered image of a senior community to help client to visualize the entry drive of the site.

EE HILLS PARKING BIRD’S EYE VIEW

Profile for Chul Hong Park

Chulhong park portfolio  

Chulhong park portfolio  

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