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DAMI LEE

PORTFOLIO OF WORKS dami.lee@ryerson.ca 647 697 6623


CURRICULUM VITAE education · 3rd year B.Arch.Sci. Ryerson University Dep. of Architectural Science. Toronto, ON. 2010-Present · Ideal Mini Secondary School. Vancouver, BC. 2005-2010

summary of qualifications · · · · · · · · ·

Autodesk AutoCAD 2013 Autodesk Revit Architecture 2013 Rhinoceros 5.0 3D NURBS Modelling Adobe Photoshop CS6, InDesign CS6, Illustrator CS6 Chaos Group VRAY Rendering Digital Manufacturing - Laser cutting Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint Hand drafting and sketching Physical modelling

· Proficient in English, Korean and German

awards · TD Bank Competition Winner. Ryerson University 2013 · Christine Gordon Award. Ideal Mini Secondary School 2010 · HMS Mission Trip Scholarship. Kwanglim Youth Group 2008 · Galiano Island Film School Scholarship. Vancouver School Board 2008 work experience · Graphic Designer. Alpha Microsystems. Richmond, BC 2011 · Sales Associate. Aldo. Vancouver, BC 2008-09

volunteer experience · · · ·

ARUP-Ryerson Ghana Project. Toronto, ON 2012-Present 3rd Year Representative. Ryerson Architectural Course Union 2010-Present Accessible Apartment Renovation. Freedom by Design by AIAS 2010-11 Vancouver District Students’ Council President. Vancouver School Board 2009-10

· Founder of Passport to Play. Vancouver District Students’ Council 2007-10


CONTENT SYMBIOSIS

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CONTRACT DOCUMENTS

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218 W-E8

ANDOKOPE K-JSS SCHOOL COMPLEX 1

Fire Enclosure

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10004

3754

1500

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Description

Date

February 25th,2013

50 % Completion

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123 Augusta Ave. Toronto Ontario T: 416.295.3486

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Conference Room

Conference Room

Conference Room

Conference Room

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Conference Room

128 Water Street

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BICYCLE HUB

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February 25, 2013

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1. Exploded Axonometric of ground plane 2. Site Boundaries. Greenspace to site’s East and South. 3. The site sits on top of Toronto’s busy PATH system. By leveling the ground plane to the Concourse Level, circulation is brought up to the ground. Bay-Adelaide plaza and Cloud Gardens are connected to create a large urban park. 4. A canopy encloses Cloud Gardens, providing a year-round indoor garden. Relationship between the public and the office is redefined; the Future Office benefits the public, as the office provides an urban park. 5. View from park

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Private Public

1. Ground Section 2. Fountain Detail 3. Private vs. Public Relationship diagram

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Cast-in-place Cast-in-place steel casing steel casing Rigid InsulationRigid Insulation

Steel bolt Steel bolt Mullion Support Mullion Support Steel Column Steel Column

Metal Clamp Receiver Metal Clamp Receiver Steel block insert Steel block insert

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Steel bolt Steel bolt Mullion Support Mullion Support Steel Column Steel Column

Steel bolt Steel bolt Mullion Support Mullion Support 1. ETFE Exploded Axonometric Steel Column Steel Column

Steel block insert Steel block insert

Metal Clamp Receiver Metal Clamp Receiver Metal Clamp2. Receiver Metal Clamp2. Receiver

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2. Casing Detail 3. Column Detail 4. Cable System Detail 5. Building section showing Floorplates division 3. 6. East Elevation


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SMALL, HIGH INCOME FIRMS, FLOORPLATE CAN BE DIVIDED INTO TWO AND EACH SIDE GETS ITS OWN ATRIUM

LARGE, MEDIUM INCOME FIRMS, FLOORPLATE USED BY ONE FIRM OR MULTIPLE FLOORPLATES USED BY ONE FIRM

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SMALL, HIGH INCOME FIRMS, FLOORPLATE CAN BE DIVIDED INTO E TWO AND EEACH SIDE GETS ITS OWN ATRIUM

LARGE, MEDIUM INCOME FIRMS, FLOORPLATE USED BY ONE FIRM OR MULTIPLE FLOORPLATES USED BY ONE FIRM

VIEWING DECK 70-71

VIEWING DECK 70-71

OFFCE E L 57-69

OFFCE E L 57-69

OFFICE D L 47-56

OFFICE D L 47-56

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SMALLER MID-HIGH INCOME FIRMS

LARGE, MEDIUM INCOME FIRMS, FLOORPLATE USED BY ONE FIRM

SMALLER, MEDIUM INCOME FIRMS FLOORPLATES EASILY DIVISIBLE AND SHARED BY MULTIPLE FIRMS

MECHANICAL FLOOR

L31-45-OFFICE C

L31-45-OFFICE C

L16-30-OFFICE B

L16-30-OFFICE B

L15-SKY LOBBY

L15-SKY LOBBY

L6-14-OFFICE A

L6-14-OFFICE A

L2-5-RETAIL

L2-5-RETAIL

P1-CONCOURSE (PATH)

P1-CONCOURSE (PATH)

SMALLER MID-HIGH INCOME FIRMS

LARGE, MEDIUM INCOME FIRMS, FLOORPLATE USED BY ONE FIRM

SMALLER, MEDIUM INCOME FIRMS FLOORPLATES EASILY DIVISIBLE AND SHARED BY MULTIPLE FIRMS

L1-GROUND (LOBBY) P1-PARKING 1

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P2-PARKING 2 P3-PARKING 3

L1-GROUND (LOBBY) P1-PARKING 1

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Photovoltaic panels

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Indoor gardens condition fresh air before being brought into offices

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Compost from building is distributed to indoor garden By connecting the Bay-Adelaide Plaza and Cloud Gardens, a vibrant urban park is created

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1. Systems diagram 2. Floorplate iterations 3. Enclosed atrium office, used by 2 firms 4. Open atrium office, 1 large firm 5. Render of enclosed atrium office condition 6. Render of open atrium office condition 6

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BUOYANCY Sherbourne Health Center

Sherbourne Women’s Clinic Dance Theater (Injured dancers use hydrotherapy Mid-Toronto Community Services Community Association and Aid for People on Wheelchairs

Hydrotherapy is an alternative treatment method using water for pain-relief and treatment for a variety of physical and psychological symptoms including Multiple Sclerosis, Muscle Dystrophy, and depression. Hydrotherapy uses the buoyancy of water to support the mass of the body, reducing stress on the joints and allowing for freedom from gravity. This concept of buoyancy is the driving force in my design, where a sense of independence is induced by the fluidity and ease of movement sought in the building.


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From point of entrance, circulation moves downwards, enabling a sense of independence

Gravity is represented with a central mass, the clinic

Buoyancy is the force exerted by water that opposes an object’s weight, thus making it float. The cantilevered central mass “floats” as users circulate into the building


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Hydrotherapy Pool Lookout 1. Lookout

Meditation

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1. Render of “Underwater� viewing space 2. Render of garden viewing space 3. Exploded Axonometric of building 4. Building Section A-A 5. Entrance level plan


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Green Roof

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Men’s W/C Women’s W/C Men’s Shower Women’s Shower

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ANDOKOPE K-JSS SCHOOL COMPLEX

Andokope

1. Working with ARUP Engineering and Orphan Heroes, a student group at Ryerson University is designing a school for the orphans in Andokope, Ghana. The bi-weekly meetings include collaboration among various disciplines, coming up with the most viable design solution for a school for orphans. The finished design will be built this summer. In addition to collaborative design, my central role was designing and modeling the latrines. The latrine was structurally and formally configured in a way that allows for natural ventillation while the height of the tower signifies importance of hygene.


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1. Iterations of spatial programming 2. Finalized Plan The school is a cluster of several “houses” that are separated by the children’s age. The central eating space is a large undercovered area that is opened to public when school is not in session. The form of the latrines is delineated by natural ventillation. The metal cladding of the chimney faces south and its heat forces out waste air.


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CONTRACT DOCUMENTS 2

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Concrete Masonry Unit 123 Augusta Ave. Toronto Ontario T: 416.295.3486

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128 Water Street

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Project No.

The project’s goal was to create a set of contract documents for a 6-story office building. Project parameters include an in-depth preparation of all aspects of a contract document - including details, annotated orthographicas, schedules, specifications, all while meeting the Ontario Building Code.


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Project No.

Description

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April 15th, 2013

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February 2nd, 2013

Concrete Masonry Unit

Dami Lee

123 Augusta Ave. Toronto Ontario T: 416.295.3486

ASC 622 128 Water Street

North, South Wall Sections 13_128

Project number

April 15th, 2013

A400

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THERMOBIMETAL CLADDING Deltabeam Š

Slanted Concrete Column Slanted Concrete Column Concrete SlantedSlanted Concrete ColumnColumn Raised Floor Raised Floor Raised Raised Floor Floor Interior Glazing Interior Glazing Glazing Spider Interior Interior GlazingConnection Spider Connection Dropped Ceiling Spider Connection Spider Connection Dropped Ceiling Ceiling Concrete Column DroppedDropped CeilingSlanted

Raised Floor Vertical Tension Cables for shading device Vertical Tension Cables for shading device Tension shading device Vertical Cables forfor shading device VerticalHorizontal TensionTension Cables forCables shading device Interior Glazing Horizontal Tension Cables for shading device Horizontal Tension Cables for shading Horizontal Tension Cables for shading device device Spider Connection Exterior glazing Dropped Ceiling Exterior glazing ExteriorExterior glazing glazing Tension Cables for Exterior Glazing Tension Cables Vertical for Exterior Glazing Tension Cables for shading device for Exterior TensionTension Cables Cables for Exterior GlazingGlazing Air CavityHorizontal Tension Cables for shading device Air Cavity Air Cavity Air Cavity Exterior glazing

Thermobimetal Shading Thermobimetal Shading Tension Cables for Exterior Glazing Thermobimetal Thermobimetal ShadingShading Air Cavity

Insulation Insulation InsulationThermobimetal Shading Insulation Window Connection Window Connection Connection WindowWindow Connection Insulation

Window Connection

Thermobimetals curve when heated, and flatten when cooled. This material can be applied into building skins as a shading device placed in side the cavity of a double facade. When the cavity heats up, the properties of the metal allow for automatic shading without use of electricity.


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BICYCLE HUB

The bicycle hub securely stores, rents, and provides a space to clean and repair bicycles, while acting as an enclosed waiting area for those waiting to be picked up at the St. Lawrence subway station. The experiential path, with the glazed pavilion on one side and interactive wall on the other, attract both pedestrians and cyclists, and become a place for information exchange.


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SUMMER OF FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT The summer of 2012 was dedicated to touring North America in search for Frank Lloyd Wright buildings scattered across the continent. Within the timespan of 3 months, I visited 180 Frank Lloyd Wright structures and 30 cities, observing, researching and documenting my journey. www.dami817.wordpress. com


79 Wellington Street West, 19th Floor Toronto, ON M5K 1A2

COMPETITION CERTIFICATE

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May 1 , 2013

Dami Lee Department of Architectural Science Ryerson University 325 Church Street Toronto, ON, M5B 2K3

Dear Dami:

Congratulations! Your innovative design for an office building of the future was chosen as a first place winner for TD Bank Group’s Enterprise Real Estate ‘Office 2020’ design competition. The judging committee consisted of experts in the industry. The judging process was challenging and there was lots of healthy debate. Your design stood out amongst those of your peers as creative, original and comprehensive. Best wishes as you continue your education in the field of Architectural Science.

Philippa Dobronyi On Behalf of the Architecture & Design Team Enterprise Real Estate TD Bank Group

1 ®/The TD logo and other trade-marks are the property of The Toronto-Dominion Bank or wholly-owned subsidiary, in Canada and/or other countries.

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