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DANA SHIN

portfolio


Table of Contents

Resume

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AD2

Three Houses

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Variable Commitment House 3 AD3

Material Manifestations

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AD5 2010

Ecophysiological architecture

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AD6 2011

Operatic Operations DESIGN STUDIO

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2008

Material Dynamics

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DANA SHIN

EDUCATION B'Arch- Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Troy, NY 2009-2013 Tongji University Shanghai, China Spring 2013 Francis Lewis High School Bayside, NY 2005-2008 ARCHITECTURE ACADEMIC PROFILE 4 th year Bachelor's degree of Architecture program at RPI Center for Architeture Science and Ecology at SOM( Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP) Fall 2010 Dean's List in academic years 2008-2011 Awarded Digital Illustration award 2009 from Evan Douglis, Dean of SoA RPI Internship _ Sergio Mannino Studio LLC, Brooklyn NY 718.679.9688 SKILLS Computer Software-Expertise with modeling programs: Rhinoceros, Ecotect, 3Ds Max, Rendering Engines(Vray, 3Ds Max), Grasshopper, Adove CS5, MicroStationsV8i, AutoCAD, Maxwell, Microsoft Word, Excel Others- Bilingual(English /Korean), high ability to work in team, professional, responsible and organized.

347/291-6600 mobile dnashin1214@gmail.com shind4@rpi.edu

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AD2. Thomas Mical. THREE HOUSES. Fall 2009

private individual close

The site of this private house is based off a corner located between Washington Street and Chuurch Street Alley in Troy, NY. A family of a mother, grandmother and two children will reside in this place. By taking the unique qualities of the family’s hobbies, lifestyle, and occupations I formed a concept of the translation from public to private as a technique of design. Following this concept, the house is designed with a progression in both the vertical and horizontal directions interacting two different geometry derived from the site.

42'

opened collective

public

8'

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23'

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AD2. Thomas Mical. VARIABLE COMMITMENT HOUSE. Fall 2009

Locating on the corner of River Street and State Street in Troy, NY, the Variable Commitment House was to be designed to produce an apartment complex for three different yet similar families and an extra space for commerical purpose. In order to make the house integrated to the community, II evolved the idea of module systems of units. Using a refrence point of organization and space, I redefined and maniputated the units to fit the building in the site in best orientation. The interior circulation of the building is connected through the communal areas in order to make the entire building public yet private for noncommon spaces.

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AD3. Andrew Saunders. Material Manifestations. Spring 2009

REPETITION

WEAVING

POROSITY

Exploring the performances and material affects of the Shaker artifact, Green round basket with captured lid, I discovered the three main affects; porosity, weaving, and repetition. These three material affects of performance were redefined by techtonic and tesselation diagrams. The diagrams are reflecting the Shaker village as a physical, cultural, environmental and historical contexts.


DESIGN STRATEGY 1

ST FL

2ND FL

3RD FL

INTERSECTION/ SURFACE CONNECTING MOMENTS

VOID SPACE/ OVERLAPPING OCCURS

TRANSITION FROM ONE LEVEL TO ANOTHER-MAIN CIRCULATION SYSTEM

5-1

SPACES EXPOSED TO SUNLIGHT

ROOF PLAN 5-1

[1/4”=1’-0”]

OUTDOOR EXHIBITION AREA

SPATIALLY ADJUSTED

4-1

4-2 4-3

4-4

PLAN 4 4-1 4-2 4-3 4-4

[1/4”=1’-0”]

STAFF OFFICE EXHIBITION 5 MULTIPURPOSE HALL LOUNGE

3-1

3-5

3-2

3-3

3-6

3-4

PLAN 3 3-1 3-2 3-3 3-4 3-5 3-6

[1/4”=1’-0”]

STAFF OFFICE EXHIBITION 5 EXHIBITION 4 LOUNGE CONFERENCE ROOM OFFICE

2-1

2-2

PLAN 2 2-1 2-2

[1/4”=1’-0”]

EXHIBITION 2 EXHIBITION 3

1-3

1-1

1-2

1-7

1-4

1-5

1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-7

TRANSVERSE SECTION

LO N G I T U D I N A L S E C T I O N

[1/4”=1’-0”]

[1/4”=1’-0”]

ENTRANCE LOBBY/TICKETS MULTI-PURPOSE HALL EXHIBITION 3 RUINS BATHROOMS MUSEUM SHOP

PLAN 1

[1/4”=1’-0”]

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Skipjack tuna is oviparous, migrates to North during Spring and Summer, and to South during Fall and Winter. In order to accomplish this pattern of migration cycle, Skipjack tuna nees to swim fast without any physiological interfere. Their warm blooded and mostly-muscle composed body are crucial for them to keep up this ability of fast swimming. Countercurrent Heat exchanger in their blood system keeps their certain body temperature in cold water. This mechanism minimizes heat loss through the skin’s surface by recycling heat as the blood circulates. This phisiological idea can be applied in skins of buildings in means of heat transfer in reaction to thermal changes highly sustainably and efficiently.

AD5. CASE. ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL ARCHITECTURE. Fall 2010

Countercurrent Heat Exchanger l SKIPJACK TUNA

Physiological Component l PCV (Post Cardinal Vein)

Heat flow

VEIN

BODY MUSCLES

Muscle contraction

CORE BODY

(LOW TEMP.)

(HIGH TEMP.) HEAT TRANSFER

Heat flow + Muscle contraction

ARTERY

Component Variation variable :

f(x)= a sin (x)

a= amplitude

Dorsal Aorta : rete mirabile

T W I S T + B I F U R C AT I O N

Urban Design Issues

open i. i.aa== 11

Countercurrent heat exchanger :

Venturi Effect

Stack Effect

Lack of sunlight expo sure

Not e xp ose d to sunlight due to surrounding t all buildings

interior

Strong, sp e e dy wind cause d by Venturi ef fe c t

exterior

Neutralized air flows into the building

ii.ii.aa == 22

iii. aa= =3 3 iii.

closed


66 West Broadway, NY, New York

Wh/m2

RESIDENTIAL

218400 196800

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175200 153600

OFFICES

132000 110400 88800 67200 COMMERCIAL

45600

Program

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24000

Program /privac y gradient

South

FIRESTAIRS

East Elevation

Nor th

Thermal/solar gradient

Tesselation variations

Variation I

Variation II

Rooftop Structure section building

Variation III

D E S I G N S T R AT E G Y l

Primary structure separates programs

Tiling gradient

East

West


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AD6. SULAN KOLATAN. OPERATIC OPERATIONS. Spring 2011

VARIABLE PARIMETERS

shell

module iterations

SET i

ROOF TOP

Design challenge to propose a new Opera house in Taksim Square, Istanbul is investigated through modular thinking, producing multiple iterations of minimal surfaces. Deforming the tessemlation of module repetition and progressive gradual changes in module itself define various external and internal spaces.

module unit

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cell

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vi module component vi v iv iii ii

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MAIN STAGE

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TAKSIM SQUARE, ISTANBUL, TURKEY

ATATURK CULTURAL CENTER, OPERA HOUSE

program strategy ENTRANCE

AUDITORIUM

PROCENIUM

CURRENT

BASEMENT STORAGE area

ORCHESTRA SITTING areas

PROPOSED


AD1. Michael Oatman. Material

Dynamics. Fall 2008

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Diagonal progression

30+30 connection 15+30 connection 15 ZipTie module 30 ZipTie Module

MODULATION LOGIC:

15+15 connection allows for

30+30 connection promotes

horizontal progresssion

vertical movement


The concept behind the Zip Tie construction was to create an environment where the viewer would be forced to interact in as many ways possible with the material and become immersed within. I created a sharp contrast between a completely smooth and a loose ended side seen between the concave and convex sides of the major parts. The spatial arrangement is determined by the desire for the viewer or participant to have all of their senses stimulated, which is accomplished through the use of smooth and loose ended sides, concavities and convexities , large open spaces and the smaller and tighter spaces as well.

architectural portfolio  

dana shin's architectural portfolio from 2008 to 2012