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ERIC WONSEOB JUNG ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO SELECTED WORKS 2016-17


e. wonseob.jung@r yerson.ca c. +1 (647) 637-2657 a. #2309 - 35 Finch Avenue East, Toronto, ON M2N 6Z8 l. h t t p s : / / w w w. l i n k e d i n . c o m / i n / w o n s e o b - e r i c - j u n g p. https://issuu.com/eric-wonseob-jung/docs/portfolio

ERIC WONSEOB JUNG ABOUT ME Hello! I am currently a 3rd year Architectural Science co-op student at Ryerson University. My passion and appreciation towards architecture are explored through the following selection of works and initiates from the abilities of architecture to frame human lives in particular ways. I hope to share and contribute similar passion to your firm.

EDUCATION

2015 - present

09. 2017 - Present

Ryerson University | Toronto, Ontario

+ Bachelor of Architectural Science, Co-operative Internship Program + Expected to graduate in Spring 2020

AFFILIATION American Institute of Architecture (AIAS) | Ryerson Chapter + Graphics Coordinator + Produce graphic works to brand AIAS and promote events

09. 2016

Timberfever | Design-Build Competition

09. 2017 - Present

American Institute of Architecture (AIAS) | Ryerson Chapter

+ Volunteer to contribute in executing a 4 day design-build competition + Mentor + Guide first and second year architecture students

EXPERIENCE 04. 2018 - Present

KPMB Architects | Toronto, Ontario

07. 2015 - 12. 2015

Baroli Cafe | Toronto, Ontario

2011 - 2013

Taekwondo, WTF Association of PEI | Charlottetown, PEI

+ Architecture Student + Schematic Design & Design Development + Preliminary design researches and studies + Revit modeling and producing renderings + Customer service as a barista + Work as part of small and large teams + Guide students as a part of an instructing team

COMPETITION + ACHIEVEMENT 09. 2017

Timberfever | Design-Build Competition | Moses Structural Engineers

05. 2017

Community Garden Pavilion Competition | AKFC

05. 2016

Cisc Architectural Student Design Competition | Cisc

09. 2015

Entrance Scholarship | Ryerson University

+ A 4 day design-build competition that architecture and engineering students form a design team to create a public wood structure in the urban context

+ Top 5 Finalists + Collaborate as a design team of 3 to propose a Community Garden Pavilion in celebration of Canada 150 + Collaborate as a design team of 4 to propose a suspended system that demonstrates capabilities of steel

SKILL Technical

+ AutoDesk Revit | AutoCAD | Rhinoceros 3D | Vray Rendering | Adobe Photoshop CC | Adobe Illustrator CC | Adobe InDesign CC | ArcGIS | MS Office

Fabrication + Interests

+ Laser Cutting | 3D Printing | Woodwork | Physical Modeling | Sketching | Painting

Languages

+ Korean | English


outreach CULINARY ACADEMY

move

ARTIST PERFORMANCE AND RESIDENCE

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define

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home

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ACADEMY FOR DISTILLING ARTS

DESIGN-BUILD COMPETITION

dialog

COMMUNITY GARDEN PAVILION COMPETITION

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outreach CULINARY ACADEMY

TYPOLOGY | INSTITUTIONAL INSTRUCTOR | MASHA ETKIND DURATION | NOVEMBER- DECEMBER 2016 LOCATION | 505 JARVIS ST, TORONTO, ON SOFTWARES | ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR CC, ADOBE

PHOTOSHOP CC, AUTOCAD,

RHINOCEROS, V-RAY

The focus of this project is to create a future culinar y school for Ryerson University. Foods always have been our essentials and possess many capabilities such as the abilities to gather different entities of people since long ago until the extant date. However, it is now perceived that we lack appreciation towards them. OUTREACH focuses on demonstrating the process of food, making from the initiation to the final dishes to truly appreciate the art of food and their complete processes through architectural languages.

o u t r e a c h [ACADEMIC]

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KEG MANSION

0 1 . H E R I TA G E A N D C O N T E X T U A L R E S P O N S E

0 3 . I N T E G R AT I O N O F P U B L I C G A R D E N

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0 2 . E M P H A S I S I N L I N E A R C I R C U L AT I O N

0 4 . P R O G R A M M AT I C A D J U S T M E N T S

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With respect to the adjacent heritage building, Keg Mansion, a public garden extends from the main linear circulation of the building to mark its public engagement initiation, where the circulation pierces through the building with various interactions of programs that demonstrate process of food.

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DISPOSAL

EVENT ROOM

R E S TA U R A N T PAT I O

S TO R A G E

K I TC H E N

B LO B B Y

A D M I N I S T R AT I O N

B LO A D I N G

R E S TA U R A N T

R E TA I L

A G R O U N D F LO O R

N O R T H E L E V AT I O N

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LO B BY | G R O U N D F LO O R

S O U T H E L E V AT I O N o u t r e a c h [ACADEMIC]

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90mm Structural concrete topping

200mm Hollow concrete core slab 600x450mm Concrete beam

160mm Steel shelf angle

80mm Extruded polystyrene 0.05mm Polyethylene film 12.7mm Gypsum boar 160mm Mineral wool insulation 12.7mm Gypsum boar

160mm Steel stud

01. STRUCTURE

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0 2 . WA L L F R A M I N G

0 3 . W A L L L AY E R I N G


Concrete coating Double glazed aluminum curtain wall Spandrel panel Post framing Steel bracket anchored on to concrete beam Sealant 160mm Mineral wool insulation

Fire stopper Install duct works+electrical lines

Insulated hidden horizontal mullion

Flashing Metal Panel

Thermal break for curtain wall

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HVAC installation

Cavity + Fastener

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0 3 . C U R TA I N W A L L

03. CLADDING

0 3 . H VA C + U T I L I T I E S

SECTION A-A o u t r e a c h [ACADEMIC]

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PUBLIC GARDEN | BASEMENT

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Terracotta panel HSS steel member Aluminum curtain wall Hinge Connection Steel grating Cantilever bracket Aluminum spandrel panel Mineral wool insulation with cantilever bracket penetration Concrete Beam Concrete Column

D O U B L E S K I N F A C A D E D E TA I L

W A L L S E C T I O N | AT R I U M

SECTION B-B o u t r e a c h [ACADEMIC]

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move

ARTIST PERFORMANCE AND RESIDENCE

TYPOLOGY | MIXED-USE INSTRUCTOR | COLIN RIPLEY DURATION | FEBRUARY- APRIL 2017 LOCATION | 241 VICTORIA ST, TORONTO, ON SOFTWARES | ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR CC, ADOBE

PHOTOSHOP CC, AUTOCAD,

RHINOCEROS, V-RAY, REVIT

MOVE is a Performance Arts-Residence project that includes a performance theater and an artist residential complex to heighten the opportunities for the future stars in Toronto. As MOVE fundamentally focuses on enlivening of traditional performance arts, the project highlights on transition and the movement. It attempts to bring the conventional theatrical quality of performance arts, which is to disconnect the audience from the outer urban context through articulating spatial transitions and body movements to ultimately provide a journey that advances towards a haven.

m o v e [ACADEMIC]

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0 1 . P R I V AT E + P U B L I C M A S S D I V I S I O N

0 2 . I N T E G R AT I O N O F C O U R T YA R D

DUNDAS SQUARE

03. STREET CONNECTION ENHANCEMENT

0 4 . P R I V AT E + P U B L I C E N T R Y D I F F E R E N T I AT I O N

0 5 . F O R M A L E M P H A S I S I N P E R F O R M A N C E S PA C E S

0 6 . A R T I C U L AT I O N O F M O T I O N + L I G H T E N T R Y

The articulated urban courtyard provides a breathing space to the tight Victoria Street while the light-colored perforated metal panels that are wrapped in different masses brightens the shaded urban context to contribute in creating an exceptional space in the urban environment, a journey derived from transitions and movements.

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COMMERCIAL

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RESIDENTIAL

EXPERIENTIAL SECTION The following section is the preliminar y experimentation of transition and motion through spaces. This spatial configuration is progressively carried on to the project.

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OFFICE

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ADMIN DESK

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B G R O U N D F LO O R

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W E S T E L E V AT I O N | V I C T O R I A S T R E E T

SECTION A-A m o v e [ACADEMIC]

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P E R F O R M A N C E T H E AT E R | S E C O N D F L O O R

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Perforated metal panel on steel cable truss Concrete column

Concrete panel 80mm Extruded polystyrene 0.05mm Polyethylene film 190mm concrete slab Insulated double glazing Suspended ceiling

B A L C O N Y D E TA I L

SECTION B-B m o v e [ACADEMIC]

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define ACADEMY FOR DISTILLING ARTS

TYPOLOGY | COMMERCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL INSTRUCTOR | EDWARD WOJS DURATION | DECEMBER 2017 LOCATION | 18 TRINITY ST, TORONTO, ON SOFTWARES | ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR CC, ADOBE

PHOTOSHOP CC, AUTOCAD,

RHINOCEROS, V-RAY, REVIT

DEFINE is an adaptive reuse project with an existing building that is adjacent to the main gate of Distiller y District. The goal of the project is to create an Academy for Distilling Arts, relating to Distiller y District. The building is consisted from private learning spaces to highly commercialized, yet public engaging programs. With prominent provisions from the theoretical learning to direct application of distilling arts, the academy searches to characterize the contextual presence through its iconic expression and establish valuable connections with the surrounding nodes.

d e f i n e [ACADEMIC]

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PA R L I A M E N T SQUARE PA R K

FUTURE S U B W AY S TAT I O N

FUTURE PA R K

DISTILLERY DISTRICT

0 1 . I D E N T I F I C AT I O N O F N O D E S

02. EXISTING BUILDING VOLUME

03. INSTITUTIONAL + COMMERCIAL DIVISION

04. VISUAL CONNECTION IN DISTILLERY + NODES

05. PROGRAM ENGAGEMENTS WITH DISTILLERY

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P R O M I N E N C E I N D I S T I L L E R Y D I S T R I C T G AT E

With identification of highly public areas in the context, the building provides a prominent distiller y with a contrasting geometr y to more clearly characterize the context as a Distiller y District through its processional demonstration in the distilling process to the public.

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PHYSICAL MODEL

d e f i n e [ACADEMIC]

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PRODUCT STORAGE

LOADING

DISPOSAL

FERMENTATION RAW MATERIAL

QUALITY CONTROL

DISPLAY AREA

PUBLIC TASTING

STORAGE

RETAIL STORAGE

RETAIL

AGING STORAGE DISPLAY

G R O U N D F LO O R

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S O U T H E L E V AT I O N

N O R T H E L E V AT I O N

W E S T E L E V AT I O N d e f i n e [ACADEMIC]

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TRANSVERSE SECTION

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STRUCTURE | CONSTRUCTION

CL ADDING | CONSTRUCTION

C O N C E P T UA L S K E TC H

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04 home

1x4 1x3 Plywood strip cladding

Design-Build

TYPOLOGY | PAVILION DURATION | 21-24 SEPTEMBER 2017 LOCATION | GOULD STREET, TORONTO, ON COLLABORATION | GABRIELLA VOJTILA, OLA 2x2 Secondar y structure

OBEED, MEREDITH DAVIS,

BRENDAN MCDONALD

SOFTWARES | ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR CC, ADOBE

2x4 2x2 Primar y arch structure

PHOTOSHOP CC, AUTOCAD,

RHINOCEROS

Timberfever is a 4 day design-build competition with limited usage of wooden boards, a given inspirational object and a design theme of a reading room. HOME, the reading room, is originated from a television as the inspirational object. The concept of the project extracts the merit that resides in a home. As a person’s home often becomes the location to provide oneself with the greatest lessons and freedoms with most comfort, HOME attempts to send a reminder of this notion through the iconic house symbol that is expressed through the primar y structures. They frame the user inside the reading room to encourage reading activities to the passing pedestrians, ultimately broadcasting the encouragement like a Television to dispersedly send the messages in the urban context.

1x4 2x2 1x2 Seating / book shelf

Wooden base

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dialog COMMUNITY GARDEN TOP 5 FINALISTS

TYPOLOGY | PAVILION DURATION | MAY 2017 LOCATION | 2389 PÉPIN CT, GLOUCESTER COLLABORATION | JIMMY HUNG, TIANA LEE SOFTWARES | ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR CC, ADOBE

PHOTOSHOP CC, AUTOCAD,

RHINOCEROS 5.0, V-RAY

In celebration of Canada 150, the competition requires to construct a public gathering space that is adjacent to a farm and touch upon shared Canadian value of inclusion, diversity, dialogue, a local/global issue. Dialog explores to create a gathering space that simultaneously unifies the community among each other as well as with the surrounding environment. The pavilion seeks to bridge a dialogue between the past, present, and future of Canada, celebrating mutual values across the nation. The pavilion is consisted of modular faceted systems for feasibility and efficiency of construction. Furthermore, a repetitive pattern of wooden slats were implemented for a sense of unity. These wooden slats will be tinted in three different wood stains representing the diverse and mosaic culture of Canada.

d i a l o g [COMPETITION]

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R E P R E S E N TAT I O N O F C A N A D I A N H I S T O R Y

PA S T P R E - C O N F E D E R AT I O N (ABORIGINALS)

PA S T C O N F E D E R AT I O N (4 PROVINCES)

PRESENT 1 5 0 Y E A R A F T E R C O N F E D E R AT I O N (ADDITIONAL 9 PROVINCES)

FUTURE FUTURE ACTIONS

FA C I N G N O R T H

Along with representation of Canadian history, the pavilion gets people to ask where they stand in the environment through visibility in space. The walls of the structure frames views to the different aspects of the site: the field, trees, and the barn. Depending on the user ’s position, this visual connection to the outside may be completely blocked or transparent due to the perforated walls.

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G LO B A L I S S U E | S H I F T I N G V I E W S

J U S T F O O D FA R M

SITE PLAN

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

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NIGHT PERSPECTIVE

x9 ceiling slat

x9 roof panel

x1 wall panel

x2 wall panel

x1 wall panel

MODUL AR SYSTEM

NORTH

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E L E V AT I O N

W E S T E L E V AT I O N


2x2 Timber cladding

12mm Gypsum board

1x6 Wood cover

2x6 wood roof framing

2x2 Wood slat

2x4 Wood stud

1x6 Timber flooring + assomption sash patterned valance

LED lighting

2x6 Wood floor framing 4x4 Wood post + Concrete foundation

E X P LO D E D A XO N O M E T R I C

S O U T H E L E V AT I O N

E A S T E L E V AT I O N d i a l o g [COMPETITION]

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e. wonseob.jung@ryerson.ca c. +1 (647) 637-2657

a. #2309 - 35 Finch Avenue East, Toronto, ON M2N 6Z8

Eric Jung | Architecture Portfolio 2018  
Eric Jung | Architecture Portfolio 2018  
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