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DU YOUNG YOON ARCHITECTURE + URBAN DESIGN

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GREEN INCUBATOR Upstate NY Design Business Center Syracuse, NY / 5,000 m2

CARVE CURVE Brooklyn Bridge Park Hotel Brooklyn, NY / 9,000 m2

WEAVING STEP Warehouse Staircase Renovation Syracuse, NY / 80 m2

POPPING TOWER Skyscraper at Washington Square Park New York, NY / 610 m2

Du Young Yoon duyoungyoon@gmail.com 315 . 420 . 9421 2


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CONNECTION THROUGH DISCONTINUITY Tactical Urbanism in Yongsan Seoul, South Korea / 3,900,000 m2

SOCIAL LIVELY HOOD’S Recreational Corridors in New Rochelle New Rochelle, NY / 16,000,000 m2

MANYATTA WAY: MULTI-SPINE Connecting to future prosperity in Kisumu Kisumu, Kenya / 4,605,000 m2

OTHER WORKS Academic + Professional + Interest

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Downtown

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01 Erie Canal Museum 02 Onondaga Historical Association Museum & Research Center 03 Center of Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems 04 I-690 05 I-81

GREEN INCUBATOR

Upstate NY Design Business Center Type year Location Area Professors Collaborator

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Comprehensive Studio Spring 2009 Syracuse, NY 5,000 m2 Michael Carroll Alex J Kim

The design challenge of this project was to re-connect the 3 districts of Syracuse that are separated by elevated highways at the site. At the heart of Syracuse, New York, there are elevated highways of I-81 and 690 which separate the city into 3 different districts - North, West and East. The site is located on 740 Erie Blvd. This is a very important zone that there is an opportunity to connect these segregated districts into the site to harmonize. Downtown, the west side of highways is known for historical attractions and vigorous art activities. There are many art galleries and museums. Compare to Downtown, the East side of highways, where site is located, is completely isolated from the downtown that there are lots of vacancies happening. In order to recall the vitality of this part of district, first introduce a boxed shaped office building and carved out the space vertically, but also connected. And, brought in those public shared programs from the downtown and plugged into those carved out spaces. In order to structurally support these carved out spaces, a mega skeletal steel structure is applied. This skeletal steel form weaves into the different office spaces with shared programs. This will maximize the interaction between surroundings and the site.

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Site Analysis

Form Strategy

The site is located at 740 Erie blvd East in Syracuse, NY. The area surrounding the site consists of several different programs and cultures. The different zones are split by the elevated highways of 81 and 690 as well as major streets such as Fayette and Almond. Along with programmatic differences, social and economic distinctions between the zones are clearly evident. Across the street from the site, there is an institution of researching sustainability and urban environment called ‘Center of Excellence’. SHIFT TO WEST AND EAST

ANGLE ADAPTATION

GREEN SPACE

VACANCY

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT

AFRICAN AMERICAN SOCIETY

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE SPEAKERS

NEGATIVE SPACE

EXTENSION

SITE

SITE

SITE

w DISECTED SOCIETY

SEGREGATION

PASSING

MAXIMIZE SUNLIGHT

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CARVE OUT SPACE FOR SHARED PROGRAMS

LANGUAGE OF DISSECTION

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LANGUAGE OF LOCALIZATION

LANGUAGE OF PASSING

CREATE A CURVED FACADE


Exploded Axon

CONCRETE WALL VIERENDEEL TRUSS CONCRETE FLOOR SLAB WITH RAISED FLOOR CONCRETE COLUMN 2ND FLOOR OUTDOOR EXPANSION

CURVED STEEL WINDOW STRUCTURE CURVED STEEL GRID STRUCTURE AUD STEEL GRID STRUCTURE

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Ground Floor Plan

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Section A-A SKY GARDEN HEADQUARTER ROOFTOP CAFETERIA GYM READING ROOM EXHIBITION GALLERY LOBBY AUDITORIUM

Mechanical System /

Workshop

Cafeteria

Cafe

Exhibition

Gallery

Outdoor Space

Section A-A

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Auditorium

Lobby

Loading Deck

/ Gym

/ Storage


Floor Plans

Detail Plan B

13th Floor Plan

Section B-B

9th Floor Plan

6th Floor Plan

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Cafeteria View

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Weld Bolt Connection Steel Plate Bolted to Diagonal Strut Diagonal Strut Steel deck Welded To Bar Joist Bearing Plate Steel Bar Joist Air Duct System Air Diffuser Steel I-beam Truss Fritted Glass Glass Fixture Concrete Fill

Detail Section

Mechanical Room

Work Shop

13th Floor

12th Floor

Glass Grid Frame SteelGrid Frame Vegetation Growing Medium Drainage Aeration Roof Membrane Structural Support

Roof Garden

Embedded Steel Beam

9th Floor

8th Floor

7th Floor

Cafeteria

Operable Window Fixed Triple Glasses Glass Modules Flooer Diffuser Raised Floor Air Duct System

Posilock Screw Posilock Head Threaded Stud Leveling Nut Steel Pedestal Tube Steel Base Plate

4th Floor

3rd Floor

Administrative Offices

Gallery

2nd Floor

Loading Deck / Storage / Gym

Boiler

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Structure Model

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Final Model

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03 02 01 Erie Canal Museum 02 Onondaga Historical Association Museum & Research Center 03 Center of Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems 04 I-690 05 I-81

CARVE CURVE

Brooklyn Bridge Park Hotel Type year Location Area Professors

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Visiting Critic Studio Fall 2011 Brooklyn, NY 9,000 m2 Jared Della Valle, AJ Pires [Alloy]

The design challenge of this project was to develop a mixed-use residence and hotel complex containing minimum of 159 residential units and 200 hotel rooms adjacent to Brooklyn Bridge Park. For the form strategy, first created a green space extension of Brooklyn Bridge Park into the site by stacking up 9 planes of parks. Then, plugged-in 2 gigantic organic figures by carving out the 9 planes from inside to outside; each become a residence and a hotel. These organic forms are supported by mega steel structures. To maximize the interaction between residents and hotel guests, 4 shared programs – restaurants on ground level, swimming pool on 3rd, ballroom on 5th and performance on 7th floor - are placed between the residence and hotel figures. The façade is made out of highly reflective glass materials that when people are standing in front of the building, they will see downtown Manhattan. In order to present a smooth and clean view of the bottom of 9 planes from the ground level, an up-turn beam method is applied to structurally support each planes. The private courtyards are provided on the balconies of each individual room. This will stand out as a unique hotel and residence complex from other competitors.

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Form Strategy

STACK UP 9 PARKS

CARVED OUT FROM INSIDE OUT

CREATE VOID IN EACH ORGANIC FORM TO ALLOW LIGHT AND AIR

3 Views

Programs

7TH FLOOR PERFORMANCE STAGE

5TH FLOOR BALLROOM

3RD FLOOR SWIMMING POOL

GROUND LEVEL

Brooklyn Bridge

Statue of Liberty Manhattan

HOTEL ROOMS HOTEL LOBBY RESIDENTIAL ROOMS RESIDENTIAL LOBBY GREEN SPACE PERFORMANCE STAGE BALLROOM SWIMMING POOL

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PRIVATE OUTDOOR COURTYARD FOR EACH ROOM


Structure

STEEL STRUCTURE SUPPORTS THE FORMS

UP TURN CONCRETE BEAMS SUPPORTS THE PLANES

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Park Level Floor Plan

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Site

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01 Erie Canal Museum 02 Onondaga Historical Association Museum & Research Center 03 Museum of Science & Technology 04 SUNY Oswego Metro Center 05 I-690 & I-81

WEAVING STEP

Warehouse Staircase Renovation Type year Location Area Professors

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2nd Year Studio Spring 2008 Syracuse, NY 80 m2 Scott Ruff

The design challenge of this project was to renovate the main staircase of Syracuse University Warehouse as efficient as possible. Before used by Visual Performing Arts department, previously, this warehouse building was owned by School of Architecture Department. In order to improve the usage, other shared programs are to be introduced. The double heighted 7th Floor provides an opportunity to create a small auditorium space for reviews or lectures. Floors from 6 to 4 have a concrete slab that is extended from new 7th floor auditorium concrete floors through gaps between steps to steps; A resting area for 4th and 6th, a private review space for 5th floor. This concrete is covered by 3 different materials – wood, metal and stone tiles. The wooden panels are embedded on steps and wall which become seats and a projector supporter for the auditorium on upper 7th floor. As the panels are expanded down to 6th floor they become a column and a folded seat for the resting area. The metal panels reveal at the door on 5th floor expand and become floor on 6th and ceiling on 4th.

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Perspective [ Lobby - Gallery 2 ] The site is the main staircase of Syracuse University School of Architecture Department’s Warehouse in Syracuse, NY. The Warehouse is about a 20 minutes bus ride from the university’s main campus. This staircase is unfortunately rarely used by students or faculties. One strategy to improve the usage is to bring the other shared programs such as an auditorium, a resting space or a private review space into the site.

Phrase 1 - Form Strategy

Final Axon

[ Folding ]

7F AUDITORIUM

EXISTING CONDITION

CREATE A FOLDED CONCRETE SLAB

PROVIDE SPACES FOR SHARED PROGRAMS

Phrase 2 - Materials [ Identifying Programs ]

6F RESTING AREA Wood Metal Stone

Projector Screen

Seat

5F PIN-UP SPACE Pin-up Board

Pin-up Board

CREATE EMBEDDED FLOOR MATERIALS

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3 DIFFERENT MATERIALS ARE APPLIED

PLUG IN SHARED PROGRAMS

4F PIN-UP SPACE


Perspectives

View [ Floor 6 ]

View [ Floor 5 ] 25


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POPPING TOWER

Skyscraper at Washington Square Park Type year Location Area Instructors Collaborators

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Rethinking BIM: Integrated Parametric Delivery Fall 2013 New York, NY 610 m2 Mark Green, John Lee, Brian Lee Tae Hyung Park, Ji Han Lew

This project’s major challenge was to use both grasshopper and Revit to create a form and patterns for a parametric tower. Popping Tower aknowledges New York City’s landmarks and scenic views. Located next to Washington Square Park, the tower takes advantage of its relatively low skyline of adjacent buildings and creates strong visual connections to the surrounding New York City land marks and scenic views by orienting large openings towards them.

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Process Diagram

EMPIRE STATE BLDG

HUDSON RIVER

POPPING TOWER

EAST RIVER

+ WTC

Rhino

Grasshopper

Creating Basic Form

Kangaroo

WeaverBird

DIVA

Revit

Form Relaxation

Creating Triangular Panel Shapes

Day Light Exposure Analysis

Adaptive skin corresponding to DIVA analysis

3DS MAX

Rendering

STATUE OF LIBERTY

Form Process

Box crops cylinders to site boundary Relaxation

Anchor Points

Triangulation

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Technical Drawings Rooftop

Level 26 300' - 0" Level 25 288' - 0" Level 24 276' - 0" Level 23 264' - 0" Level 22 252' - 0" Level 21

20th Floor

240' - 0" Level 20 228' - 0" Level 19 216' - 0" Level 18 204' - 0" Level 17 192' - 0" Level 16

15th Floor

180' - 0" Level 15

15th Floor

20th Floor

168' - 0" Level 14

Rooftop

156' - 0" Level 13 144' - 0" Level 12 132' - 0" Level 11

10th Floor

120' - 0" Level 10 108' - 0" Level 9 96' - 0" Level 8 84' - 0" Level 7 72' - 0" Level 6

5th Floor

60' - 0" Level 5 48' - 0" Level 4 36' - 0" Level 3 24' - 0" Level 2 12' - 0" Level 1

Ground Floor Ground Floor

5th Floor

10th Floor

0' - 0"

North-South

East-West

East

South

West

North

Visualization

To Revit

Panel coordinates

Analysis values

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CONNECTION THROUGH DISCONTINUITY

Tactical Urbanism in Yongsan Type year Location Area Professors

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Thesis Spring 2013 Seoul, South Korea 3,900,000 m2 Jon Yoder (Primary), Francisco Sanin (Secondary)

Since 1910, Japanese Invasion, land in Yongsan District in Seoul has been occupied by many different powers. Currently, we are transitioning to another power. Instead of seeing this land as a single continuous figure within the city, my proposal is to operate the land tactically. Fragment the figure and make some of urban experience discontinuous and create the figure itself discontinuous to produce a different urbanism.

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Site Identification

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Languages

Tactics

Green

Stripes Park and NamSan (South Mountain) are separated by a Low Rised Residential Zone. In order to make a connection between Park, Residence and mountain, I will create ‘stripes’ on the residential zone. This will maximize the connection of Park and the mountain through discontinuity.

Korean Military Base Green

F ZONE

Disconnecting Element: Infrastructure

Green

Plane over Railroad Infrastructure is dividing the park and surroundings. In order to make a connection between the districts through infrastructure, I will create a ‘plane over’ the areas. This will maximize the connection of each districts through discontinuity, and have a sectional quality.

Railroad

Vehicle Road

Railroad

Vehicle Road

A ZONE

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Residence

Commercial Commercial

Commercial Green

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Residence

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There is a strong boundary between the park and the commercial zone that causes the disconnection. In order to make a connection between the districts through infrastructure, I will ‘cut and penetrate’ the areas. This will maximize the connection of each districts through discontinuity.

Residence

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E ZONE Residence

Green

Cut + Invert Main Street is dividing the park and residence. In order to make a connection between these two districts, I will ‘cut and invert’ the areas. This will maximize the connection of each districts through discontinuity.

Sub-Green

Residence

Residence Green

D ZONE

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Business Green Green

Green Green

Green

Penetration + Plane over Railroad Infrastructure and a disconnected road are causing a disconnection between the districts. In order to make a connection between the districts through infrastructure and the park, I will ‘penetrate’ and create a ‘plane over’ the areas. This will maximize the connection of each districts through discontinuity.

Residence

Business

Business

Residence

Railroad

Railroad

Residence

B ZONE Disconnecting Element: Infrastructure

Green

+ Residence

Embedded + Stripe A disconnected Highway and railroad Infrastructures are causing the separation between the park, surroundings and each districts. In order to make a connection between the districts through infrastructure, I will ‘embed’ a green zone on the infrastructure and create ‘stripes’ between the districts. This will maximize the connection of each districts through discontinuity.

Green

Railroad

Railroad

Vehicle Road

Vehicle Road

Residence

Green

C ZONE

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A Zone Design [ Street View ]

BICYCLE TRACK RUNNING TRACK TRAIN STATION LIBRARY ROCK CLIMBING OPEN PLAZA PERFORMANCE AREA EXERICSE AREA RESIDENCE

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A Zone Design [ Running track + Library Views ] 2

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Site Model

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A Zone [ Sectional Model ]

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SOCIAL LIVELY HOOD’S

Recreational Corridors in New Rochelle Type year Location Area Professors Collaborators

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Urban Design Studio II: The American Cities and Regional Studio Fall 2013 New Rochelle, NY 16,000,000 m2 Richard Plunz, Skye Duncan, Justin G. Moore Kenneth Mata, Wu Yi, Fan Wang

“A healthy city is a socially and physically active city” The intent of these proposals is to use the existing urban fabric particular to New Rochelle’s neighborhood/city’s characteristics while adding exterior program as a catalyst for social cohesion and socially responsive urban development. The project begins by establishing existing destination areas or nodes as to identify new ones in the City of New Rochelle. [We seek to acknowledge the great potential of New Rochelle’s natural features while looking forward to improved livelihoods, public realms, and ignite social cohesion]

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Site Analysis Lack of Attraction

Opportunities 14% Beach Activity Facilities

67%

9% Playground

27% Bike Facilities

42%

14% Swimming

4% Office Space

9% Open Space

5% Picnic Area

9% Fishing

58%

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7% Boating

7% Cultural Facilities

4% Surfing

25% Public Transportation

11% Community Garden

What kind of recreational faiclities should be provided in New Rochelle?

22% Waterfront Accessibility

15% Recreational Facilities

7% Hotel

11% Shopping Center

What improvement should be provided in New Rochelle?

Design Strategy

33%

Public Space Outside New Rochelle

Transportation Networks

Vcant Lots & Parking

Where ? Recreational Destinations 1. Add Programs Play Shopping

2. Bicycle Facilities

3. New Building Typology

Vision

New Rochelle

Public Transportation-Oriented

Car-Oriented Facilities for Car

Facilities for Public Transportation

Accessibility

Disconnection

Transportation Usage

3% Bike Shopping

10% of the Open Space can be

20% Walk

7% Bus

28% of the coastline is Acccessible

Easily Accessed

20% Subway/Train

50% Drive

Private country club Inaccessible to public Accessible to public

“Omni Card�+ Additional parking application required

Activity

Athletic field with high fee required

0% Bike

21% Walk

16% Subway/Train 10% Bus

People Living near SUBURBAN

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People Living near DOWNTOWN

Open Space

Waterfront

53% Drive


Master Plan

Commerical

Concept Diagram Parks and Open Space

Surburbia Hub Education / Institution

Public Facilities

Transportation Hub

Major Bike Hubs

Waterfront Hub

Mountain Bike Hub City Bike Hub Waterfront Bike Hub

Concept Strategy Unhealth

Health

Design Phases

Ciy Bike Trail Waterfront Bike Trail Mountain Bike Trail Suburb Hub Transportation Hub Parks

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Axons [ Suburbia + Transportation Hub ] Family

Family Oriented

Children Bike Track

Students

Educational

“Park(ing) Garden”

Neighborhood

Regional Center

Street Commercial

“Out & Eat ”

Family Playground

Stage

Commercial

Suburban Changing Mode

FAMILY

Outside New Rochelle

New Rochelle Before

FAMILY

Outside New Rochelle

New Rochelle After

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Family Oriented + Students Educational + Neighborhood Center


Open Space

Mountain Bike Trail/ County Park

School Athletics Field

Type of Facilities

Bike System

Neighborhood Playground

Mountain Bike Rental/ City Bike Transfer

Type of Lane

Mountain Bike Entrance

Country Club

Educational Urban Garden

Bike Parking/City Bike Rental Children Bike Track

Bike Path

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One Family Residence The Ursuline School Enrollment : 800

Twin Lakes County Park

Beth El Synagogue Center

Multi Family Residence

A North venue

One Family Residence

Type of Facilities

Vacant Lots --Street Corner Park

Street Bike Parking

Transfer Hub

Bike Path

“BMX” Park

Type of Lane

Parking-Bike Cafe Park

City Bike Info Checking Point

Improved Neighborhood Park

City Bike & Waterfront Bike Transfer Hub

“Bike & Ride” Path

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Farm-yatta

Manyatta Knowledge Zone

Manyatta Square

One Manyatta

Healthy Manyatta

MANYATTA WAY: MULTI-SPINE

Connecting to future prosperity in Kisumu Type year Location Area Professors Collaborators

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Urban Design Studio III: The Global Studio Spring 2014 Kisumu, Kenya 4,605,000 m2 Richard Plunz, Geeta Mehta Faisal Almogren, Kenneth Mata, Cheng Zhou

Driven by existing conditions, this project aims to improve connectivity between Manyata and the rest of Kisumu by establishing transportation links which are triggered by communal activities and public spaces along a proposed Manyatta walk- a pedestrian oriented boulevard which runs through Manyatta A and B and connects different points of activities. It aims to address the issue of the informal growth of Manyatta as it was not originally included as a part of the formal Kisumu development grid in the 1930’s, which led to this informal patterns of expansions that suffer from inadequate infrastructure, poor living conditions, seasonal flooding, insecurity, and high economic inactivity. In addition, an international highway, which is currently under construction, will pass through this neighborhood, resulting in further division between the city and Manyatta’s informal areas in physical, social and economic terms.

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History of manyatta’s growth

BYPASS

4 2012 1 Founded as Port

Florence a terminus for Uganda Railway and Port Victoria. 1898

1908

2Zoning of

Residential areas into block A, B and C.

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Kaloleni

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Gradual Slope (Easy Access)

aggravate:

- Informal settlement - Lack of infrastructure Town boundary - Insecurity reduced, excluded - Poor living Conditions settlements in block - No economic C and beyond. opportunities block B

Manyatta

Informal Growth

Bypass Conditions

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block A

This new proposed ByPass will: put Kisumu in an important position in multinational perspective, bring economic flow and attract investors to the area, but these however will further aggravate division between the inner city and the outer slum belt

block C

Kaloleni

Manyatta

EXISTING

Gradual Slope (Easy Access)

Kitoleni

No Formal Entrance

No Formal Entrance Direct access between two areas

Kaloleni

PROPOSED

Manyatta

Manyatta

Project Concept

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Kisumu Kisumu Kisumu Busia - Busia - Rd Busia Rd Rd Kisumu -- Busia

BYPASS

BYPASS

CBD CBDCBD CBD Kaloleni Kaloleni Kaloleni Kaloleni

Obunga Obunga ObungaKondele Obunga Kondele Kondele Kondele

Obunga Obunga ObungaKondele Obunga Kondele Kondele

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Jomo Jomo Jomo Kenyatta Kenyatta Kenyatta hwy hwyhwy Jomo Kenyatta hwy

CBD CBDCBD CBD

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Nyamasaria Nyamasaria Nyamasaria Nyamasaria Nairobi Nairobi Nairobi Road Road Road Nairobi Road

CBD CBDCBD CBD

BYPASS

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Phasing Strategies De-parcelization

Re-parcelization

Phase 1 Parcelization Commercial Use

Public Institutions

Collective Parcel Consolidated lots Land agreement Land incentives

Phase 2 Re-zoning and Infrastructure

Educational Node Services Node

Manyatta Sq.

Solid Waste Water Management Roads

Public Space Activity Nodes

Phase 3 New Programs Manyatta Way

Manyatta Way

Inner Blocks

Public Spaces Markets Playing Fields Services Health Institutes

Inner Connections

Expanding within Manyatta

Phase 4 Expanding through Manyatta

Re-zoning Infrastructure Roads Programs

Extending to the City

Roads Transportation

Larger connections

Kisumu’s business district

Phase 5

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Manyatta Blvd

Local Water Collector

One Way: Light Vehicle

Solid Waste Collecting Point

New Commercial District

Kitoleni District

Bypass Intersection

Programs

(+) ELEV (-) ELEV

7.5 M

Intersection at the bypass Intersection at the Bypass

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36 M

16 M

60 M

178 M

Intersection at community Intersection at the community

4M

200 M

Intersection at Manyatta squareat Intersection Manyatta Square

20 M


Manyatta Square

Seasonal Water Management Jan

Feb

PREFABRICATED LIGHTING WATER TANK FROM SOLAR

March

April

May

10,000 GALLON CISTERN

June

NEW TREE INFILTRATION

July

Aug

ORGANIZED MARKETPLACE

Sep

Oct

FORMAL DRAINAGE PERMEABLE NETWORK SURFACE

Nov

Dec

MULTI-FUNCTIONAL SPACE

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OTHER WORKS

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Academic Supplementary Selected Elective Courses [ 06/2013 - 12/2013 ]

Professional Internship in Danny Forster Design Studio [ 05/2012 - 08/2012 ] Competition with Professionals [ 12/2013 ] Freelance for Stephen Alton Architects [ 02/2014 - present ]

Interests Fine Arts + Sculpture [2002 - 2006] 53


Academic Works Visualization [ Modeling in Rhinoceros + Rendering in V-Ray for 3ds Max ]

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Professional [ Internship at Danny Forster Design Studio ] Broadway Loft Program: Residential Area: 168 m2 Status: Completed Spring 2013 Project Team: Danny Forster Design Studio General Contractors: Evergreen Brothers Corp Interior Design: David Howell Design Lighting Consultant: Lido Lighting AV Consultant: Audio Breakthrough

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Professional [ Internship at Danny Forster Design Studio ] World Trade Center Courtyard Marriott Program: Commercial + Hotel Area: 12,077 m2 Status: Anticipated Completion Fall 2015 Project Team: Danny Forster Design Studio General Contractors: Cava Construction Structural Engineers: Gace Consulting Engineers PC Mechanical Engineers: ADS Engineers

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Professional [ Competition with Professionals ] Living Cities Design Competition: Residential Towers for the 21st Century Program: Mixed-Use Tower Infrastructure Area: 168 m2 Status: Competition Project Team: Stephen Alton Architects, Simpson Gumpertz and Heger, VP Holger S. Schulze Ehring, H Clark

Living Cities: Residential Towers for the 21st Century Incubator The Mixed-Use base has a program of 925,000 sq. ft. on both above grade and below grade floors that are interconnected and directly accessible from 11th Avenue. ( with retail, restaurant, city bikes, etc , and an open plan that allows for numerous types of activities to occur. The nature of the design allows for bicycles and pedestrian activities that engage the city’s charter to create neighborhoods that provide the majority of resident’s needs within a 10 minute walking area. The top of the Concourse is a full block public space, offering privileged views of the water and horizon to the west as well as framed views towards the city. This active inclined park is 100,000 sq. ft. ( with access to small retail, lobbies to buildings, gatherings for performance, reading, dog walks, exercise classes, and other resident amenities. ) The Residential Towers with their shifting view-lines and twisting skin allow for each resident to have spectacular views to the city or water as well as allow exceptional light and air into the living spaces. These towers are comprised of Studios and 1, 2 and 3 bedroom units, totaling 1.17 million sq. ft. and 1,400 units. The Hotel, on the northwest corner of the site, includes 350 keys with additional meeting rooms, restaurants, and amenity spaces which can be accessed by all residents on the site. The public arts and activity tower, is the Incubator for interaction of both this site and the broader community. It includes a wide and diverse set of programs that serve to connect the site to it’s immediate neighborhood and urban context. With spaces for an Art college, Online learning center, Cooking school, Primary school, gym, swimming, health care, theater practice space, musical exhibition rooms, and a variety of flexible spaces this tower is the generator and connective tissue that makes the block active and a vital part of Hell’s kitchen. This tower provides an additional 180,000 sq. ft. of space.

Typical Residential Floor Plates 11th

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Concourse Green Courtyard

Taken as a whole, the project achieves a high density (F.A.R. of 16) of uses and occupancy which are essential in the near future as the city grows. With a total of 2.54 million sq. ft. the project maintains a density that is comparable to some of the most dense Midtown blocks all the while providing unparalleled open space and views.

Retail and Residential Lobby

Living Cities: Residential Towers for the 21st Century Incubator The project is conceived as an Incubator for the neighborhood generating active spaces and creating a unique place within the larger city. This idea informed the generation of the mixuse program and how the project connects to the immediate context. The Incubator brings diverse activities onto the site and allows for a mixing of them which leads to a strong sense of place. Making this specific sense of place is valued as a highly desirable condition for urban living and provides the comfort and connections that enrich our lives. The starting point of the Incubator project is to create an un-programmed large open urban space. This is the inclined park which provides privileged views across to the water and connects the recreational westside linear park. This inclined and cascading concourse serves as a second ground plane, one that is for the residents above and for the visiting public. Beneath the green concourse, are medium and small scale retail, restaurants ,citi bikes, bike storage, movie theatre, live theatre, parking and market spaces which are covered and supported by a heroic scaled structure that responds to the scale of the adjacent piers and terminal structures.

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Cross Section

The residential towers above are designed to accommodate the needed density that the future population requires and just as importantly do so with a sense of luxury - in terms of light, air, and views. The towers follow the same set of massing transformations in order to achieve the spectacular views, privacy, natural light and air. The twisting forms additionally, serve to deflect the wind loading of the structure and help balance torsion forces. The forms were derived from a system of analyzing preferred view corridors, and sun angle planes. ( See diagrams page 2.) The shapes of these towers utilized the unique ability of steel structures to readily reach and bend to the favored positions derived. The tower on the south corner at 11th Avenue is seen as an artist- live / work building with a broad range of spaces that bring the public to the site and serve the site’s resident population. The activities include: a primary school, cooking school, and flexible classroom spaces for online learning, basketball courts, hydroponic farming, film screening room, piano practice room, yoga room, swimming pool, water therapy pools, healthcare center, meeting rooms, and flexible atrium gathering spaces.

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Professional [ Freelancer at Stephen Alton Architects ] Bronx Outlet Mall on 2505 Bruckner Blvd Program: Commercial Area: 60,000 m2 Status: Concept Development Stage Project Team: Stephen Alton Architects Produced 3d model and rendering for a client

Le Rivage - 21 West street Lounge Program: Residential Area: 66 m2 Status: Schematic Design Project Team: Stephen Alton Architects Produced 3d model and rendering for a client

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Interests

BALANCE

November 2005. Wood. 24” x 20” x 23”. By making serials of cuts on the wooden sticks and stacking them up together, I was able to create a unique form of arch.

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BUILDING

July 2005. pencil, watercolor, color pencil. 15” x 20”.

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Du Young Yoon duyoungyoon@gmail.com 315 . 420 . 9421 64


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