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Catherine Kung

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Table of Contents Aqua Landscape

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Repository

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Artists’ Everyday Life

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Apartment Complex

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Aqua Landscape This Project is an introduction to landscape architecture. We had this flat surface to explore our creativity and program. It laid the ground work for understanding of levels, experiential qualities, and interactions between human activities and natural elements. This Project is an introduction to landscape architecture. We had this flat surface to explore our creativity and program. It laid the ground work for understanding of levels, experiential qualities, and interactions between human activities and natural elements.

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Aqua Landscape Professor: Stephanie Feldman Duration: 5 weeks First Quarter Freshman Year, 2016

The serial section drawing was based on the chosen study model. From that, the vertical and horizontal qualities developed various potentials for this project. Finally, the abstract idea was achieved in real life scale and design. The concepts are observations of levels, views to look back to, and individual moment of privacy.

Rollage

Serial Section

The unfolded elevations and rollage emphasized the depth that different extrutions gave. The depth and visual grayscale elements helped create depth clarity between depth and visual.

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Repository This project’s focus is on extracting the use of artifacts and developing programs based on the uses, physical aspects, and compositions to gather the community together by filling the existing gap on Lancaster Avenue.

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Repository Professor: Jacklynn Niemiec Duration: 5 weeks Second Quarter Freshman Year, 2017

The beginning of the path seems as though there is no end on the other side. The gradual and interacting decline makes you breathless, the uneasy balance interacts and tricks your eyes, and the specific placement gives you a feeling of satisfaction. The light and shadows rhyme, contrast, and urge you to see.The consistency roots the spacial experience in your mind.Turn right or turn left, it’s your choice to explore.

These are some research and exercises to establish relationships between the artifacts and various elements at the site (Lancaster Ave). For instance, traffic, pedestrians, and housings.

The process from study model to final design drastic but the concepts were still retained and carried over from the collage, sketches, and study models, such as, layering, intersecting, and asymmetry.

Sections 1/16”=1’-0”

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Artists’ Everyday Life The development of daily activities was explored intensively. The project focused on the effects of sunlight, the motions of human activities, and the engagement between arts and community.

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Artists’ Everyday Life Professor: Jacklynn Niemiec Duration: 10 weeks First Quarter Sophomore Year, 2017

PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDY Kung

DIAGRAMS Kung

COOKING

COOKING

Partial Plan 1/16”=1’-0”

PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDY Kung

DIAGRAMS Kung

Wall Section 1/16”=1’-0”

DINING

DINING

The diagrams and composite focused on the transition spaces and experiences PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDY Kung

GROOMING

in relation to light and shadow, purpose of each space, and the feelings a person would receive inside the space.

Section Perspective 1/16”=1’-0” DIAGRAMS Kung

GROOMING

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Floor Plans

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Unfolded Elevations 1/16”=1’-0”

Longitudinal Section 1/16”=1’-0”

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Apartment Complex This is a mixed-used residential environment with entertainment, commercial spaces, and views. It required considerations of the climate, circulation, Philadelphia city, and community to creat an innovative and interactive habitat in relationships of the viaduct, neighborhood, and city.

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Professor: Jeremy Voorhees Duration: 10 weeks Second Quarter Sophomore Year, 2018

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01_Sun Analysis The measurement from base to top. The height of a structure can depend on its purpose, design, and/or context. To give visual expression and impression using heights. Also to relate to the site where the buildings have random heights, and the use of space can alternate the height of the structure, for instance, a unit is about 10 ft tall in a ten-storey tall building.

The action of arranging something in layers, for example, stacking.

For the sun analysis, a sun diagram (above) and some elevational diagrams were provided. The sun diagram is to help create and understand the path that the sun takes while traveling past earth. This diagram also helps to determine the azmuith angle by taking the time and following around the circle to find an angle that it coincides with on the Y axis. The times marked on the diagram start from right to left depending on the time the sun rises and sets that month. Below is the elevations of the sun at 9 am, 12 pm, and 3pm.

Layering is helpful when building a tall structure to save used space and maximize the use. For instance, a 10-storey building has more units than a single-storey building.  Research Frame

Public/Private

Site Plan 1”=200’-0”

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Sequence:Path to Spaces Mass to Form Diagram

Response to Program Program

Defined Spaces that separate from everyone, a group, or an individual. Privacy is given depending on the design of the space. To design spaces that can separate from a community and a resident and give intimacy and interaction as necessary.

Access from places to places; may have a pattern like overlapping or looping or a purpose like viewing or touring. To design convenient pathways connecting outdoor, community, and resident area that give different experience on each level. Looping pathway works well when receiving the full experience of a surrounding, and it also applies well to the parking system.

It started with design languages and site conditions to focus

Response to Site

Response to Sunlight

on. There were alsoprecedent studies to understand their uses and relationships to the sites. Then the development of exterior and interior programs later formed the massing and eventually, the form.

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12 Bay Elevations (South) 1/16”=1’-0”

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Typical Floor Plan 1/64”=1’-0”

Elevated Terrace Plan 1/64”=1’-0”

Cross Sections 1/64”=1’-0’

Ground Floor Plan 1/64”=1’-0”

Longitudinal Sections 1/64”=1’-0’

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