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ERIC WONSEOB JUNG A R C H I T E C T U R E P O R T F O L I O S E L E C T E D W O R K S 2 0 2 1


e. w.jung.mail.utoronto.ca c. +1 (647) 637-2657 a. #1508 - 3 Pemberton Avenue, Toronto, ON, M2M 4M1 l. h t t p s : / / w w w. l i n k e d i n . c o m / i n / e r i c - w o n s e o b - j u n g / p. https://issuu.com/eric-wonseob-jung/docs/portfolio

ERIC WONSEOB JUNG 2020 - Present 2015 - 2020

10. 2019

EDUCATION

Master of Architecture | University of Toronto + Expected to graduate in Spring 2022

Bachelor of Architectural Science Degree | Ryerson University + Co-operative Internship Program graduated in Spring 2020

AFFILIATION

Photographer | International Conference on Emerging Technologies in Architectural Design (ICETAD) 2019 + Assisted organization and operation of the conference

09. 2017 - 04. 2018

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

EXPERIENCE

09. 2020 - 12.2020

Teaching Assistant | University of Toronto

07. 2020 - 08.2020

Tech. Support | Ryerson University

05. 2020 - 08. 2020

Student Architect | Diamond Schmitt Architects

+ Teaching assistant for Technology Studio III + Provide software assistance to students (Rhino + Grasshopper) + Prepared Design Development phase packages for institutional project + Assisted in developing institutional and office designs + Produced 2D/3D diagrams, digital models and working drawing sets (Revit/Rhino)

09. 2018 - 09. 2019

Architecture Intern | ARUP

04. 2018 - 09. 2018

Architectural Assistant | KPMB Architects

+ Prepared Design Development phase packages for transportation projects + Assisted in competition and charitable projects + Design researches and studies of products and materials + Produced 2D/3D diagrams, digital models and working drawing sets (Revit/Rhino) + Prepared Schematic Design & Design Development phase packages for mainly office projects + Preliminary design researches and studies at conceptual stages + Produced physical + digital models (Revit/Rhino) and renderings (Vray)

ACHIEVEMENT + EXTRACURRICUL AR ACTIVITIES

10. 2020

Finalist | Fentress Global Challenge

06. 2020

Editor’s Choice | LAKA Competition 2020: Architecture that Reacts

04. 2020

Bronze Prize | Design that Educates Awards (DtEA) 2020

04. 2020

DesignTO 2020

09. 2018 - 09. 2019

05. 2017

+ Airport Design in 2100

+ Responsive Design competition + Responsive Design Category

+ Created art installation as a design group and exhibited as part of DesignTO

Timo School | Haiti

+ Worked as a team member of a charitable project in ARUP Architecture + Assisted involved architects to design and produce appropriate institutional building in Haiti + Produced digital model (Revit)

Top 3 Finalist | Community Garden Pavilion Competition AKFC

+ Collaborated as a design team of 3 to propose a Community Garden Pavilion in celebration of Canada 150

SKILL

Technical

Grasshopper Plug-ins V-ray Adobe Photoshop CC 2019

Adobe Illustrator CC 2019 Adobe InDesign CC 2019 Enscape

ArcGIS MS Office

Laser Cutting 3D Printing

CNC Woodwork

Physical Modeling Sketching

Painting Photography

Korean

English

Autodesk Revit 2019 AutoCAD 2019 Rhinoceros 3D 7.0

Fabrication + Interests Languages


01 head in the clouds AIRPORT DESIGN IN 2100

02 don mills INTEGRATED URBANISM

03 acclimate INTELLIGENT CANOPY SYSTEM FOR HOT CLIMATES

04a define

ACADEMY FOR DISTILLING ARTS | PART A

04b gaze

ACADEMY FOR DISTILLING ARTS | PART B

05 action reaction ART INSTALLATION

06 dialog

COMMUNITY GARDEN PAVILION COMPETITION

07 professional works


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head in the clouds AIRPORT DESIGN IN 2100 FINALIST | FENTRESS GLOBAL CHALLENGE 2020

TYPOLOGY

| TRANSPORTATION (AIR)

INSTRUCTOR | ALBERT SMITH DURATION

| JANUARY - APRIL 2020

LOCATION

| INCHEON, SOUTH KOREA

GROUP

| TED BULACLAC

SOFTWARES | ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR CC 2020, ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CC 2020, RHINOCEROS 3D 6.0, V-RAY, ENSCAPE ‘ He ad i n t he Cl oud s’ , t h e a ir po rt of 2100, e x plo re s f u t u r e t echno l og i cal an d t ra n s po r t a t i on al t re nd s t o b ri n g hu mani ti e s c lo s e r t o n a t u re w hi le a dd r essi n g t he f ut ur e e c o n o mi c , s oc i al a n d u r b an gr owt h of I nc h e o n . Th e pr oj e c t e n v i s i o n s a s i g ni fi cant reduct ion i n t he n e e d o f ph y s i c al p as s por ts a nd secur i t y p roc e d ur e s , e ff ic ie nt l y c i r c u lat i n g th e t rave ls . T hi s i n s i g ht pos e s a n e w para di g m of ge n e r al i ze d a ir t ra ff ic , w he re a v ia t i o n perm ea tes i nt o th e i n ti ma t e d a il y l iv e s o f t h e i nha bi t ant s. B r in g in g a vi a ti on clos e r t o t he r e g ul a r tr a ns i t o p e n s new possi bl e w a y s f or a c it y t o e xp a n d . A s t h e sour ce of c a ta l y za t i o n i n th e f ut u re d e v e lo pm en ts of th e c it i e s , t he n e w e xp a n d a ble a ir p or t typ ol ogy su g g e s t s a 2nd c i ty o f t he d e n s ifi ed I ncheon i n t he fu t ur e .

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S I T E + A P P L I C AT I O N The pro p o sed a i r po r t i n I ncheo n ai ms t o m ai n t ai n the ‘sens e of p l a ce’ t ha t res i d es i n t h e co n t e x t thro u g h pre s e r v in g t h e e xi s t i n g cu l t u re a t gr a d e a nd i nt ro d uci ng a n ew s e t of f r am e w o r k fo r t he ci v i l i z a ti o n to ex p a n d u p i n t h e s ky. I n t a ct fro m th e g ro u nd , th e g r a de tha t w as u s e d f o r the v a s t r un w a y, ta x i w a y s a n d ap ro n h a ve t h e o p p or tu ni ti es to re turn b a ck to i t s n at u r al s t at e , si gn i f y i n g o p p o r tu ni t i es fo r the re ge n e r a t i o n of n a t ure .

I N C H E O N I N T E R N AT I O N A L AIRPORT 2100

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M o reo v er, t o a nti ci pa te f u tu re g ro w t h of t h e a i r p or t a n d i t s p u b l i c f a ci l i t i es , the st r u ct u re s are o rg a n i z ed i n a h e x a go na l gri d s ys te m . F lig h t s wit h Ve r t ic al L a n d i ngs

Extension of Airpor t to Other Regions

R a il way Tr a n si t

P R E S E R VAT I O N I N E X I S T I N G C U LT U R E

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R E G E N E R AT I O N O F N AT U R E

T R A N S P O R TAT I O N I N D U S T R Y I N 2 1 0 0 I n 2 10 0 , the p ro posal en v is i on s a ge ne r al i za ti on of a i r tr a f f ic t ha t p erme a te s i nto the i n t i ma te d a i l y l i v e s of a p e r s o n . T h e t e c h n ol og ic al adv an c em e n ts c a n op e n a n e w p a r a d ig m of tr a nsp o r ta t i o n , w h ere th e u se of a i r p l a n e s a re n ot a me a n s of t r a n sp o r t a t i o n t h a t i s b est for di stance d tr a v e ls bu t e v en f o r t r a v el s i n cl o s e p rox i mi t i es a s t he co nce pt s su ch a s a f fo rd a b l e a n d c o m mo n i z e d ai r t a x is wi ll be re ali zed .

Ve r t i c a l Railway

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Ve r t i c a l A i r Tr a f f i c

Cargo Airside 4

International Airside Local Airside

AIRSIDE + P U B L I C FAC I L I T Y R ai lw ay

International Airside

2

Ammenities Fa c i l i t y

1

Commercial Fa c i l i t y

Cultural Hub

Commercial Fa c i l i t y Local Airside International Airside

Pe r f o r mance A r t s Fa c i l i -

3

Ve r t i c a l Railway

R A I L T R A N S I T S TAT I O N + P R I VAT E FA C I L I T Y

R a i l Tr a n s i t St a t i o n Hotel / Re s i d e n c e

Commercial Fa c i l i t y

Sports & Re c r e a t i o n a l Fa c i l i t y

R a i l Tr a n s i t St a t i o n

Cargo Airside

Hotel / Re s i d e n c e

4

Ammenities Fa c i l i t y PAT H O F T R AV E L

Railway

C U LT U R A L H U B

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1

International

International

2

International

Local

3

Local

Local

4

Cargo

Airport


A I R P O R T O P E R AT I O N T he ai rpor t u ses a n e twork of ve r t i ca l a i rcr af ts w i t h a s i mi l a r co nce p t of a qui c k pi t s to p . T h e ve r ti ca l a i rcr a f ts o p e r at e w i t h a ca ps u le s y s te m , w h e re t h e c a p s u le s s im pl y d e t a ch a nd a tta ch t o el e ctr i ca l l y p o w er t he p l a nes a nd l o a d the p as s e n g e r s. T h e c apsu le s are th e tr a i n s i ts e lf, w it h th e f l ex ib il i ti e s t o o p er a t e b o th ho r ti z o n ta l l y a nd ve r t i ca l l y, w o r ki ng i n ta n d e m w i t h t he v er ti c al ai rc raf ts .

INSERT

AT TA C H

VERTICAL AIRCRAFTS

LIFT

TA K E O F F

V E R T I C A L R A I L W AY

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S U S TA I N A B I L I T Y + R E S I L I E N C Y I t s op erati on im agi n es a c o m p le te s h if t f ro m th e u se of na tu r a l reso urces su ch a s n a tur a l g a s es to cl e a n e n e rg ie s to pre ve n t re s ourc e de pl et i on . Th e a ir p or t f u n ct io n s w it h a m eta p ho r, a f ie ld of f lo we r s f u l l of b e e s . Li ke a f l o w er ’s ph o to s y n t he s i s p roc e ss, th e tri ang u la t e d p an el s t h a t c la d t h e p u b l i c p ro g r a m s a re D y e- se nsi t i ze d S o l a r Ce l l (D S S C) p a nel s th a t c o n t i n u o u s l y g e nerate en ergy fo r th e a ir p o r t a n d t h e n ea r b y re g i o ns t o sha re.

Ver tical Wind Turbine

Clean Energy Storage Unit

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D Y E -S EN SI TI Z ED SO L AR CELL ( D SS C) G L A ZI N G EN ERG Y GEN ERAT I O N

Energy Distrib ution Nearby Region

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02

don mills INTEGRATED URBANISM

TYPOLOGY

|

INSTRUCTOR |

MIXED-USE JONATHAN CUMMINGS

DURATION

|

SEPTEMBER - DECEMBER 2020

LOCATION

|

DON MILLS, TORONTO

GROUP

|

MICHEL SALEH

SOFTWARES |

ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR CC 2020, ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CC 2020, RHINOCEROS 3D 7.0, V-RAY, ENSCAPE

D o n M i l l s, as a fi rs t c o mpr e h e n s i v e s ub ur b i n C a n a da , co nta i ns t he r e ma i ns of c ar - c e nt r ic u r b ani sm t hat was vi s u a li z e d t o be a c o mple t e l y s e lf - s uf fi ci ent to wn. In e ffe c t , t h e n e i g h bo r hoo d i s d e f i ci ent o f pede s t ri a n i n fra s t r uc t ur e , un a ble t o r e si d e wi t ho ut c ar o wn e r s h i p. M or e ov e r , n e i gh bo rho od ex pec t s h ig h i nc r e a s e i n e l d e r l y a n d f a mi l y po pul at i on in t he up c omi n g d e c a d e s . T h e p ro po sed scheme ai ms t o f ut u re -p ro of t he n e i gh bo rho od t o gr ad ua ll y r e d u c e v e h ic ul a r d e m ands and augme nt pe d e s t r ia n- pr i ori t i ze d n e t w or k t hro ugh out t h e s it e . A d d i t io na l ly , to c o p e w i t h t he ong oi ng d e n s i fi c a t io n i n Do n M il l s , t h e p rop osed u rba ni s m an t ic i pat e s t o tr a ns for m t h e e x t ant of f i ce l a nd s t o mi xe d - us e bl oc k s t ha t p r e s e rv es t he spa ti ou s s u bu rba n me r it s .

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S I T E A N A LY S I S

SITE C o nc e n tri cal l y o rg aniz e d, th e s i n gl e d e t a ch e d h ousi ng s rad i a te aro u n d t h e ce n t r a l D o n Mi l ls Mal l and b ey on d t h e re s id en ti al la y e r, offic e l and s are p r im a r ily in p la c e . As a re p re s en tati v e foc use d s ite , th e of f i ce l an ds at S W qu a dr a nt i s stu di ed .

R e s id e n t ia l I n s ti tu t i on al C o mm e rc ia l O ffi c e

LRT Loc a l B u s Comm uni t y B u s Bike N et w o rk

Programs

Private vs Public

Bike Network

Green Area

Parking Lot

Floodplain

N

PROPOSAL Th e p ro posal anti c ip ate s a pe d es t r ia n - o r ie n t ed a n d d ens i fi ed nei g hb o r ho o d t ha t p res er v es t he s pa t i a o u s b u c o l i c m e r i t s of Do n Mi l l s t o attrac t ne w ag e g ro u p s t o f o rm a f le x i bl e m u l ti - g en er a ti o n a l l i v i n g .

Future High-rise Developments

Existing Ravine

Proposed Mid-rise Developments

Existing Single Detached Housings

N

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EXISTING

Co mmercia l

O f fi c e

Cultural

PROPOSED

L i gh t In du st r ia l

C o m me rc i a l

Of fi c e

C u lt u r a l

Res i d enti a l

PROGRAMS Ex i s t in g site i s c o mp ris e d of co m m erc ia l, of f i c e, c u ltu r a l a n d l i g h t i n d ustr i a l p rog r a ms . W h i l e de n s if y in g t h e e xt a n t l a n d u s e p rog r a ms, re s ide nt i al i s pro pose d o n t op of t h e p od i u m s to resp o n d to t he ex p ect ed d e nsi t y of th e f u tu re re si d en t s .

M aj o r R o ad s

M a jo r R o a ds

C o m me rc ia l BLV D

Se c on da r y S t

Pe de s tr i an- fr i end l y B LV D

STREETS Ex i s t in g stre et c ond i tio n s de m o n s tr a t e s t ro n g d is c o n n ect i o n b et we en the ma j o r ro a ds w i th p ub l i c t r a n s i t a nd a re h ea v i l y car- ce n t r i c w it ho u t an y bi k e l anes . T h e re f o re, s tre e t wi de n i n g s a re pro p o se d t h ro u g ho u t th e s i te w i th pe de s t ri a n - pr i o r it i ze d pro gr a m s an d Au t o n om ous Shu ttl e sy s te m to conn e ct p ub l i c tra nsi t s .

GREEN AREA Th e si t e ge neral l y l ac ks g re e n e r y, d e f ic ie n t of b re a k ou t sp a ces f o r the res i d en ts . The p ro p o sa l env i s i o ns e n r i chi n g t he va st n e s s of t h e si t e , p ro v i di ng a de qua te pr i vate an d publ i c gre e n spa c e s .

PA R K I N G LOT S As a resul t of a c ar-c en tr i c u r b a n is m , v a s t s u r f a c e pa r ki ng l ot s a re p res en t o n si t e. The p rop o s a l co nj u n ct s t he p a r k i n g s p ac e s w i t h p od iu m prog rams as e le vate d park i ng l ots th a t c a n s er v e the v ehi cl e de ma nd t od a y b u t h a s the po te nt i a l to re va m p t he pa r k i n g spa c e s wi th offi c e or res i de n t ia l p ro g r a m s wh e n t h e v eh i cl e d e ma n d re d uces i n the f uture. d o n m i l l s [ACADEMIC] 13


T Y P O L O G Y A | M AT - H O U S I N G

ROW HOUSING

Office

Commercial

Row Housing

Parking

I n t h e prop ose d sc he me , 2 b u ild in g t y po lo g ie s a re p ro po s ed , sha r i ng t h e s a me n oti on of el e va te d park i ng t hat co nt ai n s t h e po te n t ia l to be re va m pe d whe n th e v eh ic le de m a n d of th e n ei gb o r ho o d re d u c e s in the futu re. R e t a in in g th e bu c oli c ch ara cte ri sti c s of D o n M i l l s w i t h s pa ci o us ba c k ya rds , the mat-ho u si n g s c o n ta i n a s e r ie s of row h o us i n gs w i th ge n e ro us ter ra c es an d a sm a l l ec o s y st e m s u ch a s be e p o l l i na to r g a rd en in the mi dd le for t h e re si d en t s .

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TYPOLOGY B | TERRACED HOUSING

TERRACED UNIT

Communal Area

Commercial

Terraced Unit

Parking

S h a r i ng th e sam e not io n of e l e vate d park i ng tha t c an be re va m pe d , t he t e r rac ed h ousi ng t yp ol og y s p e ci f ic a lly re sp onds to t h e a d ja ce n t r a v i n e c o ndi ti on . In eff e c t, a s p ec t s su c h a s u n d e rg rou n d p a r ki n g a re e x c lu d ed in the ty pol ogy d u e to t h e f lo od p la in s f ro m t h e r a v i ne . S imi la r ly to mat- hou sin g , buc o l i c cha ra cte ri st i cs of D o n M i l ls a re p re s e r v e d te rr a c ed un i t s w i t h spat i o us ba l con i e s .

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03

acclimate INTELLIGENT CANOPY SYSTEM FOR HOT CLIMATES BRONZE PRIZE IN RESPONSIVE DESIGN | DTEA 2020 EDITOR’S CHOICE | LAKA 2020

TYPOLOGY

| PAVILION

INSTRUCTOR | MAZIAR ASEFI DURATION

| SEPTEMBER - DECEMBER 2019

LOCATION

| E MALL, FREEPORT BAHAMAS

SOFTWARES | ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR CC 2019, ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CC 2019, AUTOCAD 2019, RHINOCEROS 3D 6.0, V-RAY

In temperate and hot climate regions, it is a constantly ongoing issue to initiate outdoor activities for the inhabitants as the problem of dealing with heat is becoming intensified with current climate change dilemmas. These problems are especially accentuated in parks, lacking a complete use of the space. To cope with this, the design proposes an intelligent canopy system in an urban park that ameliorates the effects of hot climate through its capability to rapidly adapt to the necessar y programs or simply the needs of various occupants underneath. The interactive features aim to attract the locals and tourists to further utilize the parks, as well as fulfilling the various needs of the users that static shading devices could not touch upon.

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C A N O P Y PA N E L M O V E M E N T S T U D Y

Downtown of Freepor t, Bahamas S I T E + A P P L I C AT I O N ‘Acclimate’ is located at the downtown of Freeport Bahamas, where the occupants are a diverse group of tourists and locals. Despite the potentials of sufficient greenery and open spaces that are available in the neighborhood, the community lacks the uses of them. Acclimate envisions to enhance this dilemma by implementing intelligent canopy system that is capable of responding to the frequently changing needs of the users. In further applications, the project can be viewed to be applied in other typologies of shading devices such as bus shelters to be dispersed around the city and enhance the daily activities of the community overall.

PA RASOL P R IN CI P L E AS LI GH T + WAT E R ST RAT E GY

Enclosed State

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Op en S ta te


5000 2500

Lo w M ove m e n t / D e ns i t y D e t e ct io n

H igh M o vem en t / D en sity Det e c t i on Linear Actuator at the Middle to Operate Telescopic Column 3 Rack & Pinion System

01

ACTIVENESS / DENSITY

2500

3 Steel Column With Hinge Joint Connection

USER INTERACTION

H e ig h t R eco n f igu ratio n Base d o n the De nsity Of User s

Cl o s e d w /o D e t e ct i o n

D ire cte d w / Dete ctio n

Op en w / De tec tio n 4 Passive Infrared Sensors (PIR) to Detect Directional Movement

E A ST E L E VAT I ON

Motion Input from the User

PE RSP E C T IV E S E C T IO N

02

Detection Boundar y

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S l id i ng Tria ngu la r A lu m ini um C o m p o s it e ( ACM ) Pane ls S y s t e m s R oof Pa ne l S t ruct ure s S hap e M e m or y Al lo y (S M A ) L inea r Act uat o r s

S eries of 1 m o du le

B a s e P la t e w it h S hap e M e m or y Al lo y (S M A ) S p ring Sy s t e ms Ca no p y S t ruct ure As s e m b l y

In te rm e d i a t e p re f a b. Co nn e c t i on s t o e x p a n d

Co nc e al e d 4 Pa s s iv e I nf rare d S e ns o r s ( P I R ) S e ri e s of Te le s co p ic Co l um ns w it h Ce nt ra l S M A L ine ar A ct uat o r & H e xag o nal R ack C o lum ns

4 in terc o n nec ted m o d ule s

L oc al Wo o d F i nis he s ( Ye l lo w P i ne ) S t e e l F lo o r B e am s

Ga lv ani ze d S t e e l S cre w P ile F o und a t io n Pin io n on he x ag on a l r a ck c o lu m n t o a ll ow v e r t ic a l c an op y mov e m e n t 12 in terco n ne cte d m o du le s

E X PLO D E D A XO N O ME TR I C

E X PA N DAB L E S T R U CT U R A L AS SEM B LY

SU PPLY S YST EM The canopy system utilizes hydraulic compressor as its main supply of energy. The compressor can cover a network canopy system within the range of 1km3km and supplies the electrical currents that the SMA linear actuators and SMA wires require to operate.

Hydr aulic Com pr essor

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H IN G E N O DE TO ACM PAN E L

LIN E AR ACT UATOR TO R ACK

3 - Wa y H in g e N od e We ld e d C - C hann e l To 1 0 0 x10 0 x1 8 0 0 m m Re ct a ng ul ar H SS Se al ant O n B ac ke r R o d W hi t e Tri ang ula r ACM Pan e l s

SM A L in e ar Ac t ua t or Bo lted S p l ic e C on ne c t i on Bia s S prin g SM A Wire B e t we e n Bia s S prin g t o A l low Direc tio n a l Move me n t of the Pan el s R ub b er Ac c ord i on Se a l

C on ce ale d 4 PI R Sen so r s Co nce al e d Bolte d Sp lic e Co nn ec tion G alv a nize d H o llo w R ac k

P INION TO R AC K Wh ite Tria ng u l a r ACM Pa n e l s Ba ll Jo in t Ga lva nize d P i ni on S yste m Ga lva n iz e d H o llo w Ra c k

1 5 0 x15 0 x5 0 0 0 m m R e ct ang ula r H S S 3 - Way Ce nt ra l H in g e Jo i n t O n St e e l P la t e S t e e l F lo o r B e am G alv ani z e d St e e l S cre w Pile F o und at i on

NOTE: In permanent applications, the foundation is substituted with the splice plate connection that contains elastic bearing layer to prevent canopy structure movements to influence existing structures.

T E LE SCO PI C CO LUM N TO T EM PO R A RY FLO O R STR U C TUR E

P E R MA N E NT A P PL I C AT I O N

1 50 x15 0 x5 00 0 m m R ec tan gu lar H SS 3 -Way C en tral H in ge J o in t o n S teel Plate Ela stic Be arin g o n Stee l Pla te Pe rm a n ent Stru ct ure

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04a define ACADEMY FOR DISTILLING ARTS | PART A

TYPOLOGY

| COMMERCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL

INSTRUCTOR | EDWARD WOJS DURATION

| OCTOBER - DECEMBER 2017

LOCATION

| 18 TRINITY ST, TORONTO, ON

SOFTWARES | ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR CC 2017, ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CC 2017, AUTOCAD 2017, RHINOCEROS 3D 5.0, V-RAY, REVIT 2017

Define is an adaptive reuse project with a mid 1900’s 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 with a wide spectrum of programs 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.

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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

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I D E N T I F I C AT I O N O F N O D E S & E X I S T I N G B U I L D I N G

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INSTITUTIONAL + COMMERCIAL DIVISION

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VISUAL CONNECTION IN DISTILLERY + NODES

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

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

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ACADEMY FOR DISTILLING ARTS | PART B

TYPOLOGY

| COMMERCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL

INSTRUCTOR | GARTH NORBRATEN DURATION

| JANUARY - APRIL 2018

LOCATION

| 18 TRINITY ST, TORONTO, ON

GROUP

| HYO YEON (TIANA) LEE

SOFTWARES | ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR CC 2017, ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CC 2017, AUTOCAD 2017, RHINOCEROS 3D 5.0, V-RAY, REVIT 2017

Gaze is the part 2 project of Define, the Academy for Distilling Arts. With further identification of heritage values and implementations of highly hazardous zoning requirements, the same concept of contextual characterization is re-explored with a partner. Contrasting from the iconic expression of Define, Gaze attempts to represent the context in a more complimentar y manner to the existing building components. The new additions are approached to be minimalistic and clearly differentiated to heighten the existing values that resides in the extant conditions.

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VODKA DISTILLERY

01 DEMOLITION OF FEEBLE EXISTING BLDG. PORTION + RESTORATION OF FACADE TO 1970S WHISKY DISTILLERY

RETAIL

02 ATRIUM JOINING THE NEW BUILDING TO THE EXISTING

LOBBY ARTIFACT DISPL AY

Public Tasting

General Public Experience

03 ADDITION OF NEW ELEMENTS ON THE EXISTING FACADE FOR SPECIFIC EMPHASIS

C I R C U L AT I O N

The division of existing and new building through the central atrium’s West-East axis results in preser ved facade facing public street, with new addition tucked back. Contrasting from the exposed components at the existing building portion, the notion of concealment and minimalist approach is attempted to be implemented throughout the building.

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SOU T H E LE VAT IO N

Distiller y + Commercial Tour Experience


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PERSPECTIVE SECTION Contrasting from the wood framing & load bearing 4 wythe brick wall structures, the new addition is held by light-weight steel structures for modern looks and functional attributes. In between, the primary structural system of the atrium is composed of a series of heat-strengthened laminated glass fins. This is to achieve minimalistic appearance with obscuring of any intricate connections that may create visual complexities.

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84mm Glass Fin Bolted w/ 5 Layers Of 16 Heat-Strengthened Glass 02 L89x89x9.5 17 03 6mm White ACM Wall Panel 04 Frame Extrusion w/ Flush Head Screw 05 Clip Extrusion 06 J-Clip 07 6mm White ACM Wall Panel Reveal Strip 08 Recessed L76x76x11 Bolted to Laminated Glass Fin and HSS 152x76x9.5 & 600 S162-54 09 M20/M14 Hex Bolt 10 12.7mm Gypsum Board 11 HSS 152x76x9.5 & 600 S162-64 Parapet Assembly w/ C210x31 Closure on Both Ends 12 12.7mm Plywood 13 W200x31 Beam ss Cantilever Closure (Welded) 18 14 C310x31 (Welded) 19 15 1600 SS Curtain Wall System

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0.38mm Aluminum Flashing w/ White Paint and Caulking Green Roof Assembly - 75mm Growth Substrate Supported By L76x76x7.9 - Filter Sheet - 20mm Drainage Layer - 7mm Protection Mat - Root Barrier - Extruded Polystyrene - 1.6mm EPDM Roof Membrane w/ 3M Self Adhered Air Barrier & Vapor Barrier - 19mm Densdeck Roof Board - 55mm Metal Deck Gravel 24k7 OWSJ on Cantilevered W460x144 on W250x73 Column

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01 84mm Glass Fin Bolted w/ 5 Layers Of Heat-Strengthened Laminated Glass 02 Caulking w/ Backer Rod 03 L76x76x11 04 Spray Foam Insulation 05 14mm M14 Hex Bolt 06 12.7mm Gypsum Board 07 HSS 356x254x9.5 08 Threaded Rod w/ 35mm Gap to Allow New Building Movement 09 Steel Plate w/ Slotted Hole 10 4 Wythe Existing Brick Wall 11 1600 SS Laminated Curtain Wall System 12 Neoprene Gasket 13 Flashing Assembly -White Painted Aluminum Flashing -3M Self-Adhered Air Barrier & Vapor Barrier -12.7mm Plywood -1x3 Wood Bed 14 Cladding Assembly -6mm White ACM Wall Panel -Frame Extrusion -J-Clip 15 ZBAR100-43x120

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N OT E : The disconnection between the new building addtion and the existing 4 wythe allows the brick wall strucutral forces from the new building to be directed to only the new structural systems. Additionally, to allow shifting for the new addition, components such as neoprene gasket and threaded rod w/ gap create independent movement.

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action reaction ART INSTALLATION PART OF DESIGNTO 2020 TYPOLOGY

| INSTALLATION

INSTRUCTOR | VINCENT HUI DURATION

| DECEMBER 2019

LOCATION

| GRAFFITI ALLEY, TORONTO, ON

GROUP

| JIMMY HUNG, ANGELA CHAU, TED BULACLAC, DANIEL GAWEL, AMANDA WU, AMBER TONG

SOFTWARES | ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR CC 2019, ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CC 2019, AUTOCAD 2019, RHINOCEROS 3D 6.0, V-RAY Action-Reaction is a project that encourages mutual relationships between the user and the installation. As the installation possesses various levels of interactivity that a user can pose to the installation, Action-Reaction is articulated based off the proximity of oneself. The effect that the user inputs to the surrounding environment reciprocally stimulates the user, establishing interactivity. The different proximity of the user to the installation evoke various levels of illuminance. If a user is outside of ActionReaction, the installation will not light up and the facets of mirror remain stagnant creating a calm environment. Once the user enters the space to begin the engagement, the interactivity contains 3 essential states of operation. The user walking into the installation casts their reflections around the adjacent mirrors, causing visual contributions to the environment. Secondly, the dispersed LED lightings at the low points of the angled mirrors sequentially light up as a user approaches closer to the installation. The light generated by each LED lighting is intensified with surrounding mirrors and the user is able to control the brightness that is held within the environment. Lastly, if a user is very close to the installation, the point lasers will be activated, shooting a ray of light into a rotating prism hidden within the pentagon modules. This creates a series of rays that are dispersed within the installation. That being said, the user is able to determine the illuminance of the environment that dictates the atmospheric aspects, as well as the sensational feedbacks that are received to the users.

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Laser Cut + CNC

Arduino Implementation

Assembly

Vacuum Form

ASSEMBLY PROCESS

EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC | FULL INSTALLATION 1

Modular Spherical Polyhedron

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1.5mm Acrylic Pentagon with One Way Mirror Film

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PROGRAMMING Major components used were the Arduino micro controller to process data collected from the ultrasonic range sensor to be fed to a serial register to sequentially activate the arranged LED petals and finally a laser and servo module. The capacitor was used for the individual PCBs at each Hexagon to control the current flowed to the LEDs, thus resulting in a smoother turn on time. The resisters were used after the capacitors to limit the current going to each diode. STAGES OF INTERACTIVITY

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SECTION | FULL INSTALLATION

Level of illumination by Proximity

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dialog COMMUNITY GARDEN TOP 3 FINALISTS | COMMUNITY GARDEN PAVILION AKFC

TYPOLOGY

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PAVILION

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HITESH DOSHI

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MAY 2017

LOCATION

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2389 PÉPIN CT, GLOUCESTER

GROUP

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JIMMY HUNG, HYO YEON (TIANA) LEE

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ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR CC 2017, ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CC 2017, AUTOCAD 2017, RHINOCEROS 3D 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.

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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 TO 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

FAC I N G N O RT 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 W E S T E L E VAT I O N N O R Tmay H be E Lcompletely E VAT I O N connection to the outside blocked or transparent due to the perforated walls.

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GLOBAL ISSUE | SHIFTING VIE WS

J U S T F O O D FA R M

SITE PLAN

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

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KPMB PROFESSIONAL WORK HUDSON YARDS | RELATED

TYPOLOGY

| OFFICE

DURATION

| APRIL - SEPTEMBER 2018

LOCATION

| 30 HUDSON YARDS, NEW YORK, NY, USA

SOFTWARES | ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR CC 2018, ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CC 2018, AUTOCAD 2018, RHINOCEROS 3D 5.0, V-RAY, REVIT 2018, Enscape

CONTRIBUTION | ‘Related’ is an office / interior project that is part of the Hudson Yards development. During the work period, the project was integrally focused on schematic works and the transition to design development phase. Therefore, the main affiliations has been preliminar y design studies, as well as the development of initial working drawings. Under the super visions of the Project Lead, numerous design studies were executed. Some of the major tasks included extensive material studies, product researches and millwork designs along the instructions of architects within the project team. To accomplish the studies, the frequent tasks were modelling of physical/digital models through Rhino/Revit, renderings through V-ray and production of working drawings.

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LOCATION

| 315 FINCH AVE W, TORONTO, ON, CANADA

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CONTRIBUTION | ‘Finch West LRT Station’ is the terminal station of Finch West Light Rail Transit (FWLRT). Along the involvement with other building projects within FWLRT line, Finch West LRT Station was the project with most affiliation. The involvement with the project started in the early phase, 10% and continued until the submission of 90% package. Therefore during the stay, I was able to experience the conceptual designs of the project to the development of construction drawings. Under the Senior Architects and Architects in the team, frequent tasks involved with spatial configuration studies, considering the materiality and public circulations of the station. Moreover, appropriate working drawings at ever y phases were to be explored and thoroughly produced. Along the process, I was also able to experience numerous coordinations with various types of involved consultants as well.

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R3 -TPO ROOFING MEMBRANE - 13mm EXTERIOR SHEATHING - TAPERED INSULATION - 76mm RIGID MINERAL WOOL INSULATION (R-16) - 13mm TREATED CORE GYPSUM BOARD SHEATHING - STEEL ROOF DECK (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) - STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING (REFER TO STRUCTURAL)

R4 -TPO ROOFING MEMBRANE - 13mm EXTERIOR SHEATHING - TAPERED INSULATION - 76mm RIGID MINERAL WOOL INSULATION (R-16) - 13mm TREATED CORE GYPSUM BOARD SHEATHING - CONCRETE TOPPING (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) - STEEL ROOF DECK (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) - STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING (REFER TO STRUCTURAL)

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PROFESSIONAL WORK CARLETON ENGINEERING DESIGN CENTRE

TYPOLOGY

| INSTITUTIONAL / OFFICE

DURATION

| MAY - AUGUST 2020

LOCATION

| 3010 MINTO CENTRE, OTTAWA, ON, CANADA

SOFTWARES | ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR CC 2018, ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CC 2018, RHINOCEROS 3D 6.0, V-RAY, REVIT 2019, Enscape

CONTRIBUTION | ‘Carleton Engineering Design Centre’ is an institutional / office expansion project that adds 25000 square feet to Carleton’s existing Mackenzie building. During the involvement, the project went through both schematic and design development phases. Working in a small project team, I was able to be exposed to diverse range of tasks. The major tasks consist of preparing presentation materials, renderings, design explorations such as daylight and materiality studies and developments of various working drawings. To complete the works, Revit and Enscape was mainly used.

V I S I B I L I T Y + D AY L I G H T S T U D Y

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e. w.jung@mail.utoronto.ca c. +1 (647) 637-2657 a. #1508 - 3 Pemberton Avenue, Toronto, ON M2M 4M1

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