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PANHARITH EAN


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PANHARITH EAN eanpanharith@gmail.com myweb.wit.edu/eanp (617) 435 5166

Education Wentworth Institute of Technology -Boston, MA Bachelor of Science in Architecture

Extracurricular Activities 2011 – present

Professional Experiences Collective Studio -Phnom Penh, Cambodia June - August 2012 Design Intern: Worked on both architecture and interior projects, design developing, diagramming, model making, material testing, and contract documenting. Jhuk Bejra -Phnom Penh, Cambodia Freelance Graphic Designer: Name card, brochure, and web advertisement design for a silk shop Jhuk Bejra.

May 2012

iOne Digital Artwork Contest, 5th place

Skills Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat) Autodesk AutoCAD, Rhinoceros, Maxwell render Google SketchUp Hand drafting, model making

References Eva Lloyd Co-founder, Collective Studio evalloydunsw@gmail.com

Achievements Wentworth Institute of Technology: Dean’s List Diversity Writing Award, Honorable Mention

Wentworth Architecture review (WAr), Graphic Designer Wentworth Architecture Club (WAC) American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) 2013 Social Justice Retreat, Teaching Assistance

2011 – present 2012 2010

Elizabeth Ghiseline Adjunct Professor, Wentworth Institute of Technology, Department of Architecture ghiselinee@wit.edu

Exhibition Casella Exhibit –Boston, MA de Young Memorial Museum’s Façade Study

March 2013

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URBAN SANCTUARY > SITE: South End Burying Ground

Washington St, Boston, MA > PROGRAM: A contemplative space that

allows users to reflect or meditate on the ephemeral qualities of light and the passage of time. > 2nd Year, Spring Semester, Instructor, Benjamin Peterson

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URBAN SANCTUARY > The concept of this project is to use light to articulate visibility of mass and the absence of mass and to create a narrative from horizontal space to a vertical threshold. The absence of masses can be seen around the volumes of residential buildings. This information is translated into a vertical language for the design. The ordering systems further develop according to axes from the Burying Ground, the residential neighbor, and John Hancock tower as a symbolic association with the observation tower. The narrative begins from a columbarium space, beneath the ground where there are strips of light and a light tunnel that allows direct visibility towards the sky. This connection between the earth and sky creates a promise of a mediated experience

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moving upward in between the skins of the light tunnel and finally be exposed on the observation deck, where one’s experience is divorced from the dark columbarium and the tightness of the upward circulation.

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South elevation

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light

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circulation


masses organization

external circulation

transitional threshold

dialogue between light, shadow, and masses

internal circulation

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PERFORMANCE PAVILION > SITE: Newbury/Dartmouth Street, Boston MA > PROGRAM: An urban performance space that

distorts a boundary between public and private, creating total harmony between performance and public engagement. > 2nd Year, Fall Semester, Instructor, Daniel Sullivan

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PERFORMANCE PAVILION

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> The aim of this design is to create a continuity between audiences, performance, and the city through a formal strategy of a Mobius strip. The geometry of Mobius allows visual and acoustical connections. The articulation of this geometry creates different spatial conditions. Outdoor terraces are fitting for public performances, whereas an indoor stage can program a more formal performances that

require acoustical enhancement. Given the context of this urban fabrication, the morphing desire of two natural elements: water from Charles river and greenery from the park have brought into the site in order to humanize the busyness of the city. Also, creating a space that sets back from the franticness and allows people to observe the city and enjoy its performative movements.


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North elevation

South elevation

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East elevation

West elevation


study models

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Water

Charles River

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Green

Commonwealth Avenue

City

Newbury & Dartmouth st.


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INTERNATIONAL YOUTH HOSTEL > SITE: Newbury/Dartmouth Street, Boston MA > PROGRAM: An integrated program of a hostel

and a performance space that creates dynamic relationship between activities from individual program. > 2nd Year, Fall Semester, Instructor, Daniel Sullivan

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INTERNATIONAL YOUTH HOSTEL > This project is an integration from the last project with a new program of a hostel. The concept is still stressing on the continuity between audiences, performance, and the city, but now with an addition of hostelers. For remaining the emphasis and continuity, the formal strategy of Mobius enhances the seamless circulation but differentiates the movements between private and public. Topography also separates the circulation between hostelers and audiences without creating a physical barrier. The circulation consists of a ramp moving from exterior, and then branching out to connect different interior spaces, and still maintain full visual access to the performance space.

Spaces for hostelers with visual connection to performance and city

Spaces for hostelers and audiences (public) with visual connection to performance and city

Full access (spatial, visual, acoustical)

Spaces for hostelers Spaces for hostel staffs Visual access

City Hostelers Audiences Performance City

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No access


North elevation

South elevation

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Bath

Bath

Bath

Trash

Section A Mechanical

Section A

Bath

Bath Restroom

Bath

Restroom

Bath

Bath Bath

Cafe

Bath

Bath

Bath

Bath Bath

Check-in

Office

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Section A

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Ground


Section A

Section A

Bath

Bath

Bath

Bath

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Library

Third

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study models

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Portfolio 2013