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PORTFOLIO [DAHEAN LEE]


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Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Design is knowing which ones to keep. - Unknown


I am a traveler and my life is a journey.

My first journey started when I was 10 years old, by desire of my parents. They are open minded and passionate people, who wanted their daughter to have wide perspective on the world. I left my family in South Korea and came over to Tennessee, United States and in 1999. I started to go to elementary school in Tennessee. Everything that I saw and

felt even smelled was different. But I had to figure out myself how to adapt, accept, and act in a different culture to become a open minded person. And that first travel totally changed my life and still affects me now. After I finished elementary school, my parents brought me back to South Korea. They thought I could not miss Korean culture too. So I went to international language school in South Korea.

After I graduated high school, my second journey began to Iowa, United States. It was for undergraduate college. I went to University of Iowa and majored in Political Science. At that time, I wanted to become a lawyer. My father who runs a construction company in South Korea, had a law department. Every time when he had any problem

with employees or clients, lawyers helped him out. So I dreamed of becoming a lawyer and helping my dad. However, when I started junior year in college, I began to dream about becoming a designer. I always had been interested in art because of my uncle who raised me when I was in elementary school in Tennessee. He was an art lover, and collector and I was influenced by him. In that junior year, I really faced what I wanted to do. So I decided to become a designer.

After I graduated college, I went back to South Korea and started to learn drawing

in an art institute. During that period, I found my interest in interior spaces. Since I travelled a lot, I often had a dream starting from my room in United States and with a long tunnel connected to my room in Korea. Maybe this dream reflected how much I missed my family and friends in Korea. After I woke up from this dream, I always checked where I was and came back to reality. As a person who has sensitive emotions and spends a lot of time alone, my physical space was a way for me to come back to reality. I started to hope if a space can be a key to get back from a dream, I wanted my first sight of reality to be gentle and sophisticated. Since then I wanted to make a difference to interior spaces in this world to make others happy. When they are in spaces where I designed. I am enjoying myself learning skills and spread out my dream as an interior designer in Academy of Art University. Now I can say I am happy. And now I am no longer afraid of my journey. I am excited about my next journey, which can help me spreading my dreams to the world.

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EDUCATION 2013- Academy of Art University San Francisco, U.S.A. Master of Interior Design Graduate of Interior Architecture Design. 2012- 2013 Artphil Art Institute South Korea Art Institute in South Korea. Fine Art, Architecture Drawing and Portfolio preparation. 2008- 2011 University of Iowa Iowa, U.S.A. Bachelor of Political Science/ Minor in Japanese

EXPERIENCE 2016- HBA Internship San Francisco, U.S.A. 2013- IIDA Member San Francisco, U.S.A. 2012-2013 Art Phil Collaborative Work Competition/ Won First Prize South Korea 2011-2012 Se-Cheong Construction Company INC. /Design Assistance South Korea 2011 Art Director of Cultural Diversity Festival, Iowa, U.S.A. 2010-2011 President of KUSA Iowa, U.S.A. (Korean Undergraduate Student Association) 2010-2011 Research Assistant of Professor G. R. Boynton Iowa, U.S.A. 2008- Donation to UNESCO World Heritage

SKILLS Language: Computer: Others:

English, Korean, Japanese Microsoft Office, Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, Revit, 3Ds Max Architecture Sketch, Modeling

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ACADEMIC TIMELINE

FALL 2013 IAD 210 Digital Imaging Ayesha Sikanda IAD 140 Introduction to Construction Document Olga Zhovreboff IAD 100 Conceptual Design Agustin Sanders FND 113 Sketching for Communication Rachel Moseley

SPRING 2014 IAD 600 Concept Theory & Design Process Stephanie Smith IAD 640 Light & Color Perception Ken Frieders IAD 608 Digital Imaging John Chavez

SUMMER 2014 IAD 602 Building System for Interior Design GLA 602 The Art & Ideology of the 20th Century

Suzan Swabacker Andrea Maison

FALL 2014 IAD 611 BIM: Building Information Modeling Edward Pertcheck IAD 603 Sketching & Perspective Molly Ness IAD 604 Lighting Design Ryan Long GLA 606 Crossing Borders: Anna Glaze

Art & Culture in a Global Society


SPRING 2015 IAD 610 Spatial Design Samuel Mathau IAD 609 Sketching for Design Stephan Hoffpauir GLA 634 Professional Practice for Interior Design Elizabeth Tippin GLA 630 Survey of Sustainable Design Michael Sammet

SUMMER 2015 IAD 612 Material Use Stephanie Smith IAD 613 Interior Design Studio Archibald Woo MIDPOINT REVIEW

FALL 2015 IAD 620 Retail Design IAD 621 3D Modeling IAD 800 Commercial Design

SPRING 2016 IAD 605 Residential Design IAD 800 Internship IAD 450 Portfolio Preparation

FINAL REVIEW


CONTENTS COMMERCIAL PROJECTS

1. D ESI GN MI LK O FFI CE 2. SUP E R MI R A MAR KET

RESIDENTIAL PROJECT 3. SAUSALI TO GUE ST H O USE

ARTWORKS


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Design Milk offers new in Art, Architecture, Interior Design, Furniture & Decor, Fashion, and Technology. Freshness is what they aimming to deliver to subscribers and followers.

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S I T E AN ALY S I S + U S E R S CE N AR I O

Design Milk is looking for new office in San Francisco Chinabasin area. China Basin is a neighborhood built on landfill along the San Francisco Bay, includes AT&T Park, and the Caltrain railroad station. It borders on the South-of-Market (SOMA) neighborhood. Many new design firms are moving to this area and also new residential apartment buildings are located in China Basin area. Total 11 people inculde Excutive editor Jaime Derringer to Intern VY Tran use this space for editing and blogging of Design Milk. Three special posts in every week and six special posts every month. Editors and Journalists go to spot to reserch or interview during day time and might stay office late night to upload posts. Photographers, Editors, and Journalists have different roles, so they need different type of spaces. People will visit for pop up store to check out what is new in design, and see show room to get information about stuff they saw on website.

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CONCEPT PHILOSOPHY

Design Milk offers new in Art, Architecture, Interior Design, Furniture & Decor, Fashion, and Technology. Freshness is what they aimming to deliver to subscribers and followers. Their Website, Blog, or SNS accounts which work with the name of Design Milk information should be fresh and trendy to their audience. Also not just subscribers, but also designers can share their design and ideas to inspire each other. Therefore, Design Milk makes fresh, trendy and share all kinds of arts to the world.

- Social Impact: Deliever design trends to neighbors. Collaborate with local designers. Share ideas with designers. - Enviornment Imact: Use sustainable materials and finishes. Use Recycle materials to showroom. - Technology: Walk-in reservation without receptionist. Interactive displays and feature walls. - Accessibility: A.D.A. accessible. Multi-purpose spaces.

CONCEPT PHILOSOPHY I

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M O O D B OA R D


PROGRAM - Main Space

Office Space

Pop up Store +Showroom

Collaboration Area

Media room

- Secondary Spaces

Rest Area

Receiption Kichenette

Small Library

Restrooms

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PLAN DEVELOPMENT

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BUBBLE DIAGRAMS C I R C U L AT I O N S T U DY

ENTRY MEDIA ROOM + LIBRARY POP UP STORE

SHOWROOM

RESTROOM 79' - 1"

CONFERENCE ROOM RESTAREA

PRIVATE OFFICE KITCHENETTE

Leg end Electricity Natural Light

WORK STATION

STORAGE

Water Customers Employees 36' - 8"

I CIRCULATION

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FLOOR PLAN

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Legend 1. Entry 2. Showroom + Pop Up store 3. Media room+ Library 4. Conference Room

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5. Private Office 6. Work Station

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7. Multi-Space (Shelving + Seating) 8. Storage

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12. Thinking Pod

37' - 4"

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Floor Plan Scale: 1/4”= 1’-0”

10. Restroom 11. Corridor

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9. Kitchenette


FURNITURE PLAN

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Leg en d

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A. Smeg Retro refrigator

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B. Herman Miller Swoop Chair C. Customized Book Shelf D. Coffee Table E. West elm Arm Chair

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F. Conference Desk

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G. Modular Work station Desk H. Customized Thinking Pod I. Floor to Ceiling Shelving J. Bar

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K. Bar Stool

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FINISH PLAN

F-2 Finish Materials

F-1

F-1 White Polished Concrete

F-4

F-3

F-2 Carattara Gold Marble

F-3 Herringbone Maple Wood

F-4 F-4 Polished Concrete

F-5 F-4

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Finish Plan Scale: 1/4”= 1’-0”

F-5 Plank White Wood


REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

2' - 2"

3' - 6"

3' - 6"

Exposed Ceiling Pipe Line

C-1 Legend C-1 Skylight Opening C-2 Gypboard Ceiling C-3 2x2 Acoustic Ceiling C-4 Low Gypboard Planar C-5 Linear Gypboard Planar

0' - 11"1' - 9"

C-6 Dropped Ceiling Planar

3' - 4"

C-2

1' - 8"

2' - 0"

3' - 3"

C-3

2x2 Trofle Light Recessed Light Pendant Light

EQ 1' - 0"

C-5

C-6

2' - 0"

4' - 7"

C-3

EQ

EQ

1' - 1"

3' - 0"

3' - 0"

C-4

EQ

Wall Sconce

2' - 0"

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FUR N IT UR E + LI G HT I N G S E LE C TI ON

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79' - 7"

I N T E R I O R E L E VAT I O N A

37' - 4"

Skylight Opening

Thinking Pod

Notes

Materials

-Showroom area has skylight opening where light will come along with modeled shape of pop up store wall. - Storage hallway wall has graphic wall covering matching to concept. - Kitchen has lower ceiling with oak wood facade, which is empty inside. White Stucco

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Oak Wood Facede

Vintige Brick

Graphic Wall Paper


79' - 7"

I N T E R I O R E L E VAT I O N B

37' - 4"

Monitors

Angled Curtain Wall

Materials

Notes - Pink Calattara Marble material at media room as a feature wall. - Glass curtain wall area, which conference room and private office room is located, White plaster material on the top. - Office area has Gold calattara marble to make clean and neat mood.

Pink Calattara Marble

White Plaster

Gold Calattara Marble

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79' - 7"

S TO R E F R O N T E L E VAT I O N A

37' - 4"

Existing Storefront

Materials

Notes - Closed Upper and Lower glass windows to make stable. - Marble tiles on half of lower storefront wall. - Birch Wood on Upper wall, which rose up 3 feet than lower wall. - Design Milk logo going to be ceramic matarial. - One of window has Milk carton shape logo.

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Gold Calattara Marble


79' - 7"

S TO R E F R O N T E L E VAT I O N B

Existing Storefront

37' - 4"

Materials

Notes - Closed Upper and Lower glass windows to make stable.

- Oak Wood on half of lower storefront wall. - Polished Concrete on Upper wall, which rose up 3ft than lower wall. - Milk Carton shape of design milk logo on raised upper storefront.

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P O P U P S TO R E C O N C E P T

The idea of Wooden Crate Box came from the delivery of design product. When people deliver important design elements or artworks, use wooden crate box to reduce pressure from outside and hard to open. I wanted to traslate Design Milk’s trendy posts as an artwork and keep it in a wooden boxes.

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DESIGN PROCESS CONCEPT SKETCHES

DESIGN SKETCH I

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D E TA I L S D I S P L AY S Y S T E M

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I DISPLAY SYSTEM


10' - 1"

AB

21' - 9"

4' - 6" 16' - 11"

Materials

Notes Pop Up + Showroom: Real time monitors, graphics, and monthly news updates, Empty part filled with same size of wooden crate box made with acrylic.

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D E TA I L S D I S P L AY S Y S T E M

Notes Showroom Display: Fresh new trend posts, samples, collaborations, arts, and any kinds of fresh information displays.

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D E TA I L S D I S P L AY S Y S T E M E L E VAT I O N S

10' - 1"

B

A

21' - 9"

4' - 6"

1' - 5"

16' - 11"

Level 2 20' - 0"

Level 2 20' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

1' - 5"

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POP UP STORE ELEVATION SCALE:1/8”=1’-0”

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POP UP STORE ELEVATION SCALE:1/8”=1’-0”

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79' - 7"

37' - 4"

POP UP + SHOWROOM Stacked wooden crate boxes are represent of trendy information which Design Milk provide to clients. Inside of refrigerator Design Milk published or posted magazines and samples of designs of art and fashion are in it. Some of graphic designs are put it on the wooden crate box which already showed from Design Milk. Some boxes are empty and use as book shlef or another display. Design Milk logo upon the right side of wooden wall. So that people can see when they walk into the office.

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79' - 7"

37' - 4"

MEDIA ROOM Big Bocci chandlier hanging up on the 20 feet high ceiling. For feature wall material, pink calacatta marble tile. Conference room glass wall used privacy glass which works with remote control to on and off. Media room is located next to showroom so visitors, client and designers also can use. 9 monitors show recent posts and live time work flows.

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79' - 7"

37' - 4"

WORK STATION Pink paint and gold calacatta marble tile on the wall which connects to each other and it makes fresh feeling as concept. Furniture of work space formed with white and black as well as floor and ceiling. Which makes clean and organize mood. Big “got milk?“ sign makes more interesting space.

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79' - 7"

37' - 4"

KITCHENETTE Lower ceiling of out side covers up through inside. Thish makes 20 high ceiling looks more private. Dark oak wood applied to dropped ceiling, cabinet, and bar counter. This tones down of 2 sides of white subway tile wall. Polished concrete on the floor and dark wood catches brightness of lights from ceiling.

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M AT E R I A L S + F I N I S H E S

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D

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A. Subway Tile B. C. D. E.

Vintage Brick W h i t e M a p l e Wo o d Gold Calacatta Marble Pink Calacatta Marble

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F. P i n k P a i n t G. M a p l e Wo o d H. D a r k O a k Wo o d I . Po l i s h e d C o n c r e t e J. B l a c k Pa i n t

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SAU SAL I TO G U EST H O U SE This project is for Residential Guest House. Guest houses are usually smaller than main houses. This project is 500 square feet includes 2 guest bedrooms, bar, kitchen, dining, and greatroom with extra deck.

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S I T E A N A LY S I S

A DDRESS : 59 M ONTE MAR D R, SAUSALITO, CA, 9 4 9 6 5

Po p u lat i on i n S au s al i to Popu lation in 2013: 7,099 M a les: 3,283 Fema les: 3,816 M e d ian Resident Age: 53.3year s C alifor nia Median Age: 35.7 y e ar s Es t ima ted Median Household I n co m e : $ 1 2 2 ,220 C A : $ 60,190

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S I T E A N A LY S I S

Env i r onm e nt A nal y sis

Wind Distribution/ Year Sausalito wind mostly comes from Pacific Ocean. Also most of houses area located on the hillside, It effects by wind a lot.

Sun Path/ Year House located on the hill, so it get more natural sun light than usual house. Especially in Summer time sun gets higher so house will effect by sun light.

SITE ANAYLSIS I

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CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

The Location of Sausalito California is really famous site for pretty houses upon the hill. To drive between these houses are little hard because of street. Street turning like a corkscrew so big cars are even not allow to drive. However, so many beautiful beach houses or secondary houses are located in this site. The reason for this is ‘Nature‘. It is surrounded by Richarson Bay and Pacific Ocean therefore, it must have good view in anywhere in Sausalito. Wind blows toward the hill too. I wanted to make a guest house where wind can pass through, and also enjoy the ocean view in any side of house. It will be ‘The house where can accept the nature’.

CONCEPT I

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CONCEPT SKETCH

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MOODBOARD

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PLAN DEVELOPMENT

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PROGRAMMING SCHEMETIC DESIGN

Glass Wall

Entrance Kitchen

Great Room/ Living Area Dining Area

Outside Area

Entrance

Glass wall makes to see through things in guest house from main house. And also this house located up on the hill so ocean veiw and wind come along throught big curtian wall. Two guest bedrooms have each restroom but one which next to bar is use with other guests. This floor plan has smaller great room and dining room but has bar. Also kitchen is smaller than previous option.

Bar

Restroom

Entrance

Restroom

Guest Bedroom

Guest Bedroom

Floor Plan Scale:1/8”=1’-0”

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PROGRAMMING FLOOR PLAN

12' - 8" 2' - 6 5/16"

5' - 6 1/2"

2.

Share Restroom

3.

Bedroom 2

4.

Powder Room

5.

Bar/ Kitchen

6.

Bar Seating/ Hallway

7.

Great Room

8.

Dining Area

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8 20' - 4"

Master Bedroom

2' - 7 3/16"

1.

9' - 0"

4

1

3

2

6' - 4 1/2" FLOOR PLAN

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5

5' - 9"

9' - 0"

6

35' - 4"

LEGEND

6' - 9 1/2"

6' - 9"

Scale:1/8”=1’-0”


PROGRAMMING FURNITURE PLAN

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LEGEND 1.

Queen Bed

2.

Bunk Bed

3.

Customize Kitchen Cabinet

4.

Bar Stool

5.

Customize Wine Storage

6.

Dining Table

7.

Dining Chair

8.

Lounge Chair

9.

Lounge Chair

10.

Coffee Table

11.

Fireplace Wall

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10

6

5

8

12

12. Patio

1

FURNITURE PLAN

4 3

2

Scale:1/8”=1’-0”

PLAN DEVELOPMENT I

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I N T E R I O R E L E VAT I O N

GLASS WALL

FIRE PLACE BAR

Notes Maximum height is 18’-0” and the lowest slop is 10’-0” high. All glass curtain wall people can see through inside. Mainly seating area and dining room next to fireplace attach to wall can be seen. Next to kitchenette, Three pendant lights are hanging on the ceiling. Two wall sconces are located one on hallway, and another one is inside of master bedroom.

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4'

8'

16'

32'


I N T E R I O R E L E VAT I O N

GLASS WALL

BUNK BED

POWDER ROOM CUSTOMIZED WINE STORAGE

Notes Maximum height is 18’-0” and the lowest slop is 10’-0” high.This elevation shows lower slop which is back of the house. Customized wine storage is in back of the dining area below rectangular pendant light. Second guest bedroom has bunk bed where two people can use or kids can share room here.

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4'

8'

16'

ELEVATION I 61 32'


RENDERING EXTERIOR

0'

4'

8'

LEFT PERSPECTIVE 62

16'

32'


RENDERING EXTERIOR

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4'

8'

16'

32'

FRONT VIEW RENDERING I

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RENDERING INTERIOR

G R E AT R O O M

Notes The highest slop starts from entry of greatroom which is 18’-0� high. Fire place is stick to the wall and between the lime stone brick feature wall. All covered with fire rated glassed. On main sight, there is a long rectangular window aligned to back wall. This window will have a view of ocean in Saualito.

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4'

8'

16'

32'


LEFT SIDE VIEW

RIGHT SIDE VIEW RENDERING I

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RENDERING I N T E R I O R D E TA I L

MASTER BEDROOM

Notes Two sides of the master bedroom is covered by glass wall. Natural light will come through this glass walls so that not many artificial lights are needed. Also very close to nature so it will feel fresh all the time. Instead of putting book shelf, make a smaller size of rectangular window as same as in dining, use as shelf upon the bed.

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4'

8'

16'

32'


RENDERING I N T E R I O R D E TA I L

FIREPLACE + DINING

Notes Use limited materials so that it will look consistant. Black chairs in great room seating area and white dining chairs are making contrast each other. Also wood facade all around interior tones down the color of materials.

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4'

8'

RENDERING I

16'

32'

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SELECTION M AT E R I A L S + C O LO R S

WHITE STUCCO

BLACK MARBLE

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OAK WOOD PANEL

BLACK SLATE TILE

LIMESTONE BRICK

WHITE MARBLE

DARK OAK WOOD

RED OAK WOOD


SELECTION FURNITURE

RECTANGULAR GLASS COFFEE TABLE MARSHMALLOW SOFA HERMAN MILLER

LIGHT WOOD NIGHT STAND + LAMP

BAR STOOL

RECTANGULAR FABRIC PENDANT LIGHT

RECTANGULAR GLASS PENDANT LIGHT MATERIALS I

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SU P ER M I R A P R O JEC T

This store is located in Japantown in San Francisco. Building have not remodeled since they open this shop. Normally, local people around neighborhood and Japanese people visit there so owners have not consider remodel interior. From this project, I will renew interior of this shop to whole different concept.

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S I T E A N A LY S I S

Storefron t

A d d ress: 1790 Sutter str eet, San Fr anc isc o, CA, 9 4 1 1 5

In s i de of M a r ket

- E v e n t Bo ar d - I n f o r m ati o n abo ut Japan - Se ati n g ar e a - Pr e par e d Fo o d - Bake r y

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S I T E A N A LY S I S

Hi s tory o f N eig h b o r h o o d

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Built and seattled as part of the Western Addition in the 19th and early 20th century, Japanese immigrants began moving into the area after the 1906 earthquake.

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Before 1906, San Francisco had two Japantowns, one in the Chinatown, the other in the South of Market Area.

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By World War II, Presidenta Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, which force all Japanese in United States, to be relocated from Pacific coast and interned.

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In1957, San Francisco entered in a sister city relationship with the city of Osaka, Which is the block of Buchnan street in Japantown was renamed Osaka way on September 8, 2007.

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S I T E A N A LY S I S

Demogra p h ic

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The current population of Japantown is 3,724 with the median age of 49. Household income for Japantown is $64,335 which is 37% lower than San Francisco Metro($102,663). 59.3% of household are married and next highest percentage household is married with kids. Robbery crime is the main crime in Japantown. Only Robbery rate is higher than San Francisco rate.


S I T E A N A LY S I S

Us e r A nal y s i s

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Travelers: Around Super Mira, there are 2 major hotels. Transportation is convient from downtown. Two Major Fastivals in Japantown. Catering Service: Japanese cultural and community. Residents will stop by when they going back to home.

Legend Residential Area Hotels Communities

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CONCEPT PHILOSOPHY

Rakugo is a 400- year- old tradition of comic storytelling in Japan. Minimalistic performance art, Rakugo features a lone storyteller dressed in kimino, kneeling on a cushion, who, using only a fan and a hand towel for props, entertains the audiuence with a comnic monologue followed by traditional story. Rakugo is really old Japnaese performance art, which representative Japanese culture and also elderly people enjoy and have seen since they were young. Rakugo will bring nostalgia to people who live in Japantown and also give knowledge to visitors and travelers.

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CONCEPT PROGRESS

C o n c e p t Id ea

Conc ept Sk etc hes

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

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RAKUGO Organic

Cultura

HOME Traditional

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MOOD BOARD

Since concept of this store is ‘Rakugo‘ which is traditional story telling of Japan, I would like to express more traditional feeling combine to contemporary modern mood. So that not only local people or Japanese but also people who passing by get interest and would like to come in to this store. Mixing with neutral colors and bright vivid colors together with traditional pattern will make this design concept happen.

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PLAN DEVELOPMENT

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BUBBLE DIAGRAM

CIRCULATION STUDIES

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FLOOR FINISH PLAN

49' - 8"

STORAGE

OFFICE

47' - 8"

FROZEN/DRINK

MEAT

FRUIT

PREPARED FOOD

SHELVES

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CHECK OUT BAKERY

SEATING/ STAGE AREA

ENTRANCE

FURNITURE FINISH PLAN Scale:1’-8”=1’-0” -

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REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

49' - 8"

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47' - 9 27/32"

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5' - 0"

Legend 2 x4 Troffer Light Recessed Light Pendant Light Ceiling Planar

3' - 9"

REFLECTED CEILING PLAN Scale:1’-8”=1’-0”

PLAN DEVELOPMENT

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I N T E R I O R E L E VAT I O N

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47' - 8"

49' - 8"

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8'

16'

Level 2 13' - 0"

32'

Level 2 13' - 0"

MIRA

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Level 1 0' - 0" Level 1 0' - 0"

NORTH ELEVATION SCALE 1’-8”=1’-0”

Level 2 13' - 0" Level 2 13' - 0"

B

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Level 1 0' - 0" Level 1 0' - 0"

SOUTH ELEVATION SCALE 1’-8”=1’-0”


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I N T E R I O R E L E VAT I O N

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47' - 8"

49' - 8"

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C

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4'

8'

16'

Level 2 Level 2 13' -13' 0" - 0" Level 2 13' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

Level 1 - 0"

C WEST ELEVATION

Level 10' 0' - 0" SCALE 1’-8”=1’-0”

LevelLevel 2 2 13' - 13' 0" - 0" Level 2 13' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

Level 1 - 0"

D EAST ELEVATION

Level 1 0' 0' - 0" SCALE 1’-8”=1’-0”

INTERIOR ELEVATION

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S TO R E F R O N T O P T I O N A -

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47' - 8"

49' - 8"

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32'

Level 2 13' - 0"

Level 1 2 Level 13' 0" 0' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

FUNCTION

MATERIALS

Around fall to winter, when the sun lights angle is lower than other season, cover right angle of big window with traditional wall paper and outline with light oak wood to make as clean and neat mood for storefront.

TRADITION AL PAP ER

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FUNCTION

MATERIALS

Around spring to summer, use graphic wall paper which get idea from Rakugo handkerchef pattern, to make cool feeling. Also make curiousity to people walk pass by. Light Oak wood surround as outline to make it neat.

WAL L C OV ER I NG

L I G H T BI R C H WO O D

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RENDERING Seating + Shelf

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Left floor is higher than tiled floor to seperate spaces without separater. This also become a stage for monthly public event of Rakugo. Normally, tables and chairs are there for prepared food, and bakery customers. Colored poles are track of moving shelves. Shelves have wheels on the bottom so when store has event, push these shevles to back and there will be space for audience. traditional arts are the background of shelvings which harmonize with light birch wood of shelves.

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RENDERING Entry + Check-out

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Entrance of store and check out counter can see from this view. Check out counter is made of light birch wood and black gold marble for counter. Black base and top stripes are around light birch wood front. Polygon shape of check out counter can have many lines of check out points so customers do not need to wait even though in busy days. Shelvings are shown in layer. White subway tiles are on entry wall to make clean mood.

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RENDERING Food + Bakery

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Fruit, Prepared food, and bakery is right side of store. Back of these area has feature wall which made of wood panels and wave is on the top. This folding shape of feature wall on top, represents traditional seperator where people put behide when they do Rakugo. Signs of area hung from this feature wall.

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Back of store is meat section which has large store logo on subway tile wall. This can be easily seen by people when they walk into the store. Moving shelves are customized with wheels on the bottom. Back of meat section is storage and employee space.

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M AT E R I A L S + F I N I S H E S

LIGHT PINK PAINT ORANGE PAINT NAVY PAINT SUBWAY TILE DESIGN TILE BIRCH WOOD

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LIGHT GREEN PAINT LIMESTONE


BRAND IDENTITY

LOGO DESIGN

M ira

Culture Market

Mira Market is a Japanese market where sells the imported snack or drinks from Japan. Also, sells the Japanese home style food so that foreigners and trabelers can experience at least of Japanese culture. Also Mira Market located in Japanese where American and Japan cultures are mixed. Two circles indicate harmony of two cultures. Straight line in middle is connection of two cultures.

PACKAGE DESIGN

Prepared Food Box

Bakery Box

Eco Bag 93


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PREVIOUS ARTWORKS

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DRAWINGS

LIVING ROOM Medium: Color Pencil Objective: To demonstrate coloring skills you have acquired at developing perspectives of these views

FAMILY ROOM Medium: Water Color Objective: To demonstrate coloring skills you have acquired at developing perspectives of these views 96


KITCHEN ELEVATION Medium: Watercolors Objective: To further to develop your skill at rendering two-dimensional drawings.

ARTWORK

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STILL LIFE DRAWING

UNTITLE Medium: Korean Ink, Chopstick

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AFRICAN MASK Medium: Pastel

STILL LIFE DRAWING Medium: Charcoal ARTWORK

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INTERIOR COLLAGE

INTERIOR COLLAGE Medium: Charcoal, Fashion Magazine

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H U M A N + S PAC E

HUMAN + SPACE DRAWING 1 Medium: Acrylic paint, college magazine

HUMAN + SPACE DRAWING 2 Medium: Line tape, College, Thread, Charcoal

ARTWORK

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3D ARTWORKS -1

SMALL VILLAGE Medium: Cement, Foam Board, Small Light

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3D ARTWORKS -2

PRIVATE SPACE Medium: Acrylic, X-ray Print image, Line tape, Metal Steel, Form Board

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T H A N K YO U.


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

MY FAMILY / Hyun Young Lee, Sook Ja Lee, Jeong Lee, Gye Soon Shin FACULTY / Stephanie Smith-Haenel, Tony Wong, Serena Zanello, Suzan Swabacker, Ernest Mariotto, Chamindri Wijemanne. FRIENDS + CLASSMATES / Hyeyoon Jung, Jenny Jung, Theresa Hsu, Regina Lin, Chantal Yakou, Xiaoting Shen, Alex Chung, Sang Min Byun, Ji Yun Kim, Jae Hyuck Jang, and all my friends all over the world. I would like to thank all of you. Special thanks to God for giving me the strength, the will, the time and the confidence to work this through. Thank you to the instructors of Academy of Art University. I learned so much things from this school. Thank you to my friends for being there for me when I need help, support, and when I am happy or sad. The most importantly thank to my family. Without support and love of my family, this portfolio could not be completed. There will never be enough words to express my appreciation. Thank you all.


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