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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 0


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 / 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 2015 - present

09. 2017 - Present 10. 2019

09. 2017 - 04. 2018 09. 2016

EDUCATION 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 + Mentor + Guided first and second year architecture students

International Conference on Emerging Technologies in Architectural Design (ICETAD) 2019

+ Assisted organization and operation of the conference + Photography

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

Timberfever | Design-Build Competition

+ Volunteered to contribute in executing a 4 day design-build competition

09. 2018 - 09. 2019

EXPERIENCE ARUP | Toronto, Ontario

04. 2018 - 09. 2018

KPMB Architects | Toronto, Ontario

+ Architectural Intern/Co-op + 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) + Architectural Intern/Co-op + Prepared Schematic Design & Design Development phase packages for mainly office building projects + Preliminary design researches and studies at conceptual stages + Produced physical + digital models (Revit/Rhino) and renderings (Vray)

2011 - 2013

Taekwondo, WTF Association of PEI | Charlottetown, PEI

09. 2018 - 09. 2019

ACHIEVEMENT + EXTRACURRICUL AR ACTIVITIES Timo School in Haiti

+ Guided students as a part of an instructing team

+ 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)

05. 2017

Community Garden Pavilion Competition | AKFC

09. 2015

Entrance Scholarship | Ryerson University

+ Top 5 Finalists + Collaborated as a design team of 3 to propose a Community Garden Pavilion in celebration of Canada 150

SKILL Technical

+ Autodesk Revit 2019 | AutoCAD 2019 | Rhinoceros 3D 6.0 | Vray Rendering | Adobe Photoshop CC 2019 | Adobe Illustrator CC 2019 | Adobe InDesign CC 2019 | ArcGIS | MS Office

Fabrication + Interests

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

Languages

+ Korean | English


01 acclimate INTELLIGENT CANOPY SYSTEM FOR HOT CLIMATES

02a define

ACADEMY FOR DISTILLING ARTS | PART A

02b gaze

ACADEMY FOR DISTILLING ARTS | PART B

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ARTIST PERFORMANCE AND RESIDENCE

04 action reaction ART INSTALLATION

05 dialog

COMMUNITY GARDEN PAVILION COMPETITION

06 professional works


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acclimate INTELLIGENT CANOPY SYSTEM FOR HOT CLIMATES

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 greener y 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 R A S O L P R I N C I P L E AS LI GH T + WATE R STRATE GY

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Linear Actuator at the Middle to Operate Telescopic Column 3 Rack & Pinion System

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Open w / Detection 4 Passive Infrared Sensors (PIR) to Detect Directional Movement Detection Boundar y Motion Input from the User

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H eight Reconfiguration Based on the Density Of User s

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SL ID IN G TR IA N G UL A R A LUM IN IUM COM P OSITE ( AC M) PA N EL S SYSTEMS R OOF PA N EL STR UCTUR ES SHA P E M EM ORY A L LOY ( SM A ) L IN EA R ACTUATORS

Series of 1 module

B A SE P L ATE WITH SHA P E M EM ORY A L LOY ( SM A ) SP R IN G SYSTEMS CA N OP Y STR UCTUR E A SSEM B LY

Int e rme d i a t e p re fa b . C on n e c t i on s t o e x p a n d

CON CEA L ED 4 PA SSIVE IN F R ARED SEN SOR S ( P IR) SER IES OF TEL ESCOP IC COLUM N S W ITH CEN TR AL SM A L IN EA R ACTUATOR & HEXAG ON A L R ACK COLUMNS

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LOCA L W OOD F IN ISHES ( YELLOW P IN E) STEEL F LOOR B EA M S G A LVA N IZED STEEL SCR EW PILE F OUN DATION Pinio n on h e x a g on a l r a c k colu mn t o a l l ow ve r t i c a l c a n op y move me n t 12 interconnected modules

E X PLO D E D A XO N O ME T R I C

E X PAN DAB LE S T R U CT U R AL AS SE M B LY

SU P P LY 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.

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SMA LINEAR AC T UATO R BOLTED SP LI C E CO N N E C T I O N BIAS SPRI N G SMA WIRE B E T W E E N BIAS SPRI N G TO ALLO W DIREC TIO N AL MO V E ME N T OF TH E PAN E LS RUBBER ACCO R D I O N SE AL

CONC EALED 4 PIR SENSORS CON CEALED BOLTED SP L ICE CONNEC TION GALVANIZED HOLLOW RAC K

PIN ION TO RACK WH ITE TR I AN GU L AR AC M PAN E LS BALL J OIN T GALVANIZ E D PINION S YST E M GALVANIZ E D H OLLOW R AC K

1 5 0 X1 5 0 X5 0 0 0 m m R ECTA N G UL A R HSS 3 -WAY CEN TR A L HIN G E JOIN T ON STEEL P L ATE

STEEL F LOOR B EA M G A LVA N IZED STEEL SCR EW P IL E F OUN DATION

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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.

TELESCO PIC COLUM N TO TEMPO RA RY FLOO R STRUCTURE

PE R MA N E N T A PPL I C AT I O N

150X 150X 5000mm REC TANGUL AR H SS 3-WAY C ENTRAL H INGE J OINT ON STEEL PL ATE EL ASTIC BEARING ON STEEL PL ATE PERMANENT STRUC TURE

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02a 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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VISUAL CONNECTION IN DISTILLERY + NODES

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PHYSICAL MODEL 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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02b gaze

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

ADDITION OF NEW ELEMENTS ON THE EXISTING FACADE FOR SPECIFIC EMPHASIS

C I R C U L AT I O N

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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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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 HEAT-STRENGTHENED GLASS 02 L89X89X9.5 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 AS CANTILEVER CLOSURE (WELDED) 14 C310X31 (WELDED) 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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INSUL ATED DOUBLE-GL A ZED SKYLIGHT AUTOMATIC ZIPPER TRACK ROLLER SHADING SYSTEM METAL ANGLE AT TACHED TO STUD TO SUPPORT ROLLER SHADE SKYLIGHT MULLION BRICK SHEATHING BAT T INSUL ATION INSERTED BET WEEN PARAPET STEEL STUDS STEEL BEAM OF STEEL SHEAR PL ATE WALL PLYWOOD METAL CAP FL ASHING

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 14 -1X3 WOOD BED CLADDING ASSEMBLY -6mm WHITE ACM WALL PANEL -FRAME EXTRUSION 15 -J-CLIP ZBAR100-43AX120

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OPEN WEB STEEL JOIST METAL ROOF DECKING ROOF BOARD ROOFING MEMBRANE (CONTINOUS AROUND PARAPET TOP, INSERTED TO SKYLIGHT MULLION) RIGID INSUL ATION PROTECTION MAT DRAINAGE GROW TH SUBSTRATE STEEL RETENTION ANGLE GRAVEL

N OT E : The disconnection between the new building addtion and the existing 4 wythe brick wall allows the 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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ARTIST PERFORMANCE AND RESIDENCE

TYPOLOGY

| MIXED-USE

INSTRUCTOR | COLIN RIPLEY DURATION

| FEBRUARY- APRIL 2017

LOCATION

| 241 VICTORIA ST, TORONTO, ON

SOFTWARES | ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR CC 2017, ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CC 2017, AUTOCAD2017, RHINOCEROS 3D 5.0, V-RAY, REVIT 2017 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.

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DUNDAS SQUARE

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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

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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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PERFORATED METAL PANEL ON STEEL CABLE TRUSS

CONCRETE COLUMN INSULATED DOUBLE GLAZING SUSPENDED CEILING CONCRETE PANEL

80mm EXTRUDED POLYSTYRENE 0.05mm POLYETHYLENE FILM 190mm CONCRETE SLAB

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action reaction ART INSTALLATION PART OF DESIGNTO 2020

TYPOLOGY

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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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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 ser vo 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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dialog COMMUNITY GARDEN TOP 5 FINALISTS

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 connection to the outside W E S T E L E VAT I O N may be completely blocked toNthe perforated walls. N O RorT transparent H E L E V Adue TIO

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GLOBAL ISSUE | SHIFTING VIE WS

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KPMB PROFESSIONAL WORK HUDSON YARDS | RELATED

TYPOLOGY

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| 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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Red Leaf NY

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CADD FILE NAME:CPG_FWL100_As_agen_gnote_04

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F6 STC: N/A STC: - FINISH PER FINISH SCHEDULE FR: 2HR FR: 1HR - CONCRETE SLAB (REFER TO OBC SB-2 STRUCTURAL) R3 TABLE 2.2.1.A -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)

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R4 P73 -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) REVISIONS - STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING (REFER TO ISSUED FOR INFORMATION ONLY STRUCTURAL)

R4

2019/07/26

90% SUBMISSION

NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

- CONCRETE CURB WIDTH VARIES, (SEE STRUCTURAL) - 64mm STEEL STUDS @400 O.C - 16mm GYPSUM WALL BOARD

STC: FR: 1HR

P73 - 75mm PRECAST CONCRETE PANEL SYSTEM - 89mm HORIZONTAL GALVANIZED SUBGIRTS, SPACED AS REQUIRED WITH 75mm SEMI-RIGID MINERAL WOOL INSULATION,(RSI1.9(R10.75) BETWEEN SUB-GIRTS - 25 mm FIBERGLASS THERMAL SPACERS, SPACED AS REQUIRED WITH 102mm SEMI-RIGID MINERAL WOOL INSULATION, RSI 3.04(R17.2), BETWEEN THERMAL SPACERS - WATER PROOFING MEMBRANE - CONCRETE CURB (VARIES) - 64mm STEEL STUDS @400 O.C - 16mm GYPSUM WALL BOARD

STC: FR:

11

60

P73

40

0

73

N.T.S

422mm

SCALE(S)

STC: FR: 1HR R4 -TPO ROOFING MEMBRANE - 13mm EXTERIOR SHEATHING - TAPERED INSULATION - 76mm RIGID MINERAL WOOL INSULA - 13mm TREATED CORE GYPSUM BOA - CONCRETE TOPPING (REFER TO ST P72STRU - STEEL ROOF DECK (REFER TO - STRUCTURAL STEEL WITH 50mm SEMI-RIGID MINERAL WOOLFRAMING (REF INSULATION, RSI 3.04(R17.2) STRUCTURAL) - WATER PROOFING MEMBRANE 422mm

STC: FR: 1HR

1000

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)

R4

GIRTS, SPACED AS REQUIRED - 13mm TREATED CORE GYPSUM BOARD SHEATHING WITH 63.5mm SEMI-RIGID MINERAL - STEEL ROOF DECK (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) WOOL INSULATION,(RSI1.9(R10.75) - STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING (REFER TO BETWEEN SUB-GIRTS STRUCTURAL) - 102 mm FIBERGLASS THERMAL SPACERS, SPACED AS REQUIRED WITH 102mm SEMI-RIGID MINERAL WOOL INSULATION, RSI 3.04(R17.2), BETWEEN THERMAL SPACERS - AIR/ VAPOUR BARRIER STC: - 13mm EXTERIOR GRADE SHEATHING FR: 1HR BOARD R4 - 152mmMEMBRANE STEEL STUDS @400 O.C -TPO ROOFING - 16mm GYPSUM WALL BOARD - 13mm EXTERIOR SHEATHING - TAPERED INSULATION - 76mm RIGID MINERAL WOOL INSULATION (R-16) P72 - 13mm TREATED CORE GYPSUM BOARD SHEATHING STC: - 75mm PRECAST CONCRETE PANEL - CONCRETE TOPPING (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) FR: SYSTEM - STEEL ROOF DECK (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) - 28mm AIR CAVITY - STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING (REFER TO - 75mm RIGID MINERAL WOOL STRUCTURAL) INSULATION,(RSI1.9(R10.75),

3000

600

50

1000

STC: N/A FR: 2HR OBC SB-2 TABLE 2.2.1.A

DRAWING No. A0112

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 REVISIONS various types of D FOR REVIEW 2019/07/26 involved consultants as well. 90% SUBMISSION REVISIONS

2019/07/26

90% SUBMISSION

ISSUED FOR INFORMATION ONLY

SCALE(S)

DRAWING No. A0112

DRAWING No. A0112

REF. STRU

STC: N/A FR: 2HR OBC SB-2 TABLE 2.2.1.A

R3

- 102mm CLOSED-CELL POLYISOCYANURATE FOAM F5 INSULATION BOARD (R-20) STC: N/A --PORCELAIN TILE (FINISH PER FINISH AIR/ VAPOUR RETARDANT MEMBRANE FR: 2HR -SCHEDULE) 13mm TREATED CORE GYPSUM BOARD SHEATHING OBC SB-2 --DRY PACK STEEL ROOF DECK (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) TABLE 2.2.1.A --CONCRETE SLAB (RFER TO STRUCTURAL) STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING (REFER TO STRUCTURAL)

422mm

50

REF. STRU REF. STRU

FILE: RTI_A_DM_ARCH_ZZ_XXX

50

REF. STRU REF. STRU

BLDG. REF. No.

F5 - PORCELAIN TILE (FINISH PER FINISH SCHEDULE) - DRY PACK - CONCRETE SLAB (RFER TO STRUCTURAL)

F6 - FINISH PER FINISH SCHEDULE - CONCRETE SLAB (REFER TO STRUCTURAL)

REVISIONS

REF. STRU

OBC SB-2 TABLE 2.2.1.A

F5 STC: N/A CONTRIBUTION | Finch West LRT- PORCELAIN StationTILE is (FINISH the terminal of PER FINISH station FR: 2HR SCHEDULE) Finch West Light OBCthe SB-2 - DRYRail PACK Transit (FWLRT). Along TABLE 2.2.1.A - CONCRETE (RFER TO STRUCTURAL) involvement with otherSLABbuilding projects within FWLRT line, Finch West LRT Station was the project with most affiliation. The involvement with F6 F6 STC: N/A - FINISH PER the project started in FINISH the SCHEDULE early phase, 10%FR: and 2HR - CONCRETE SLAB (REFER TO OBC SB-2 continued until STRUCTURAL) the submission of 90% package. TABLE 2.2.1.A Therefore during the stay, I was able to experience the conceptual designs of the project to the development of construction drawings. F6

00

50

600

F5

F4 - FINISH PER FINISH SCHEDULE - LIGHT WEIGHT CONCRETE TOPPING - CONCRETE FLOOR (REFER TO STRUCTURAL)

WHERE REQUIRED ON DWGS. A0051 TO A0054

422mm

50

REF. STRU

REF. STRU

BLDG. REF. No.

FILE: RTI_A_DM_ARCH_ZZ_XXX

50

- CONCRETE FLOOR (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) F4

F5

F6 STC: N/A - FINISH PER FINISH SCHEDULE 7 FR: 2HR - CONCRETE SLAB (REFER TO 000 OBC SB-2 F6 STC: N/A STRUCTURAL) FR: 2HR TABLE 2.2.1.A R3

F6 - FINISH PERV-RAY, FINISH SCHEDULE RHINOCEROS 3D 6.0, REVIT 2019 - LIGHT WEIGHT CONCRETE TOPPING

REF. STRU

BLDG. REF. No.

- 150mm RIGID INSULATION BOARD - COMPACTED GRANULAR FILL (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) - PREPARED SUB-BASE (REFER TO STRUCTURAL)

FILE: RTI_A_DM_ARCH_ZZ_XXX

REF. STRU

PHOTOSHOP CC 2019, AUTOCAD 2019,

FOR REVIEW

WHERE REQUIRED ON DWGS. A0051 TO A0054

WHERE REQUIRED ON DWGS. A0051 TO A0054

50 50

REF. STRU

REF. STRU

SOFTWARES | ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR CC 2019, ADOBE

D

40

73

REF. STRU

REF. STRU

REF. STRU

| 315 FINCH AVE W, TORONTO, ON, CANADA

REF. STRU

LOCATION

BLDG. REF. No.

| SEPTEMBER 2018 - SEPTEMBER 2019

F4

0

WHERE REQUIRED ON DWGS. A0051 TO A0054

DURATION

F5

1000

60

WHERE REQUIRED ON DWGS. A0051 TO A0054

F4

0

11

F3 | TRANSPORTATION (RAILWAY)

FILE: RTI_A_DM_ARCH_ZZ_XXX

56

50

TYPOLOGY

DRAWING No. A0112

0

65

19

11

REF. STRU

REF. STRU

F2

38

0

ROOF ASSEMBLY

F2

REF. STRU

REF. STRU

PROFESSIONAL WORK FINCH WEST LRT STATION

90% SUBMISSION

66

REF. STRU

ARUP F1

REVISIONS

25

F2 STC: N/A WHERE - FINISH PER FINISH SCHEDULE WHERE REQUIRED ON FR: 1HR CONCRETE (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) REQUIRED ON DWGS. A0051 -TO DESCRIPTION TYPE ULC: F906 DWGS. A0051 TO DESCRIPTION A0054 - STEEL DECK (REFERTYPE TO STRUCTURAL) A0054 - STEEL FRAMING (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) CADD FILE NAME:CPG_FWL100_As_agen_gnote_04 - SPRAY FIREPROOFING R1 F1 STC: R1 STC: N/A R2 -TPO ROOFING MEMBRANE - FINISH PER FINISH SCHEDULE FR: 1HR P70 - GREEN ROOF ASSEMBLY (REFER TO - CONCRETE SLAB (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) FR: N/A - 13mm EXTERIOR SHEATHING ULC: N/A TPO ROOFING MEMBRANE - UNDERSLAB VAPOUR BARRIER - 76mm CLOSED-CELL POLYISOCYANURATE FOAM F3 FLOOR ASSEMBLY ROOF ASSEMBLY F3TO R2 - 13mm EXTERIOR SHEATHING - COMPACTED GRANULAR FILL (REFER INSULATION STC: N/ABOARD (R-15) - FINISH PER FINISH SCHEDULE - 76mm CLOSED-CELL POLYISOCYANU STRUCTURAL) -DESCRIPTION 102mm POLYISOCYANURATE FOAM FR: CLOSED-CELL N/A TYPE - CONCRETE SLAB (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) TYPE DESCRIPTION INSULATION BOARD (R-15) - PREPARED SUB-BASE (REFER TO INSULATION ULC: N/ABOARD (R-20) - UNDERSLAB VAPOUR/ BARRIER R1 F1 - 102mm CLOSED-CELL POLYISOCYAN STRUCTURAL) - 13mm TREATED CORE GYPSUM BOARD SHEATHING STC: F1 BOARD - FINISH PER R1 STC: N/A - 150mm RIGID INSULATION FINISH SCHEDULE -TPO ROOFING MEMBRANE FR: 1HR FR: N/A INSULATION STEEL ROOF DECK (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) - CONCRETE SLAB (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) - 13mm EXTERIOR SHEATHING BOARD (R-20) - COMPACTED GRANULAR FILL (REFER TO VAPOUR BARRIER ULC: N/A - UNDERSLAB - 76mm CLOSED-CELL POLYISOCYANURATE FOAM - AIR/ RETARDANT MEMBRAN - STRUCTURAL FRAMING (REFER TO CADD FILE NAME:CPG_FWL100_As_agen_gnote_04 - COMPACTED GRANULAR FILL (REFERSTEEL TO INSULATION BOARDVAPOUR (R-15) STRUCTURAL) STRUCTURAL) - 102mm CLOSED-CELL POLYISOCYANURATE FOAMGYPSUM BOA - 13mm TREATED CORE SUB-BASE (REFER TO INSULATION BOARD (R-20) - PREPARED SUB-BASE (REFER TO - PREPAREDSTRUCTURAL) STRUCTURAL) - 13mm TREATED CORE ROOF GYPSUM BOARD SHEATHING - STEEL DECK (REFER TO STRU STRUCTURAL) - STEEL ROOF DECK (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) F2 - STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING (REF - STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING (REFER TO STC: N/A - FINISH PER FINISH SCHEDULE STRUCTURAL) STRUCTURAL) FLOOR ASSEMBLY ROOF ASSEMBLY WALL ASSEMBLY FR: 1HR F2 - CONCRETE (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) F2 STC: N/A - FINISH PER FINISH SCHEDULE ULC: F906 FR: 1HR - STEEL DECK (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) CONCRETE (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) TYPE DESCRIPTION TYPE DESCRIPTION ULC: F906 TYPE DESCRIPTION - STEEL DECK (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) - STEEL FRAMING (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) - STEEL FRAMING (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) F4 -R1 SPRAY FIREPROOFING F1F4 P70 - SPRAY FIREPROOFING F1 STC: STC: N/A R1 STC: N/A FINISH SCHEDULE R2 PER - FINISH PER FINISH SCHEDULE - FINISHSTC: -TPO ROOFING MEMBRANE - 50mm COMPOSITE METAL WALL PANEL FR: 1HR STC: P70 R2 FR: - GREENSYSTEM ROOF ASSEMBLY (REFER TO LANDSCAPE) FR: - CONCRETE SLAB (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) FR: N/A - 13mm EXTERIOR SHEATHING 2HR FR: 1HR WEIGHT CONCRETE TOPPING N/A STC:HORIZONTAL - TPO ROOFING MEMBRANE GALVANIZED SUB- UNDERSLAB VAPOUR BARRIER - LIGHT ULC: - 76mm CLOSED-CELL POLYISOCYANURATE FOAM - 89mm F3 - GREEN ROOF ASSEMBLY F3 R2 - 13mm EXTERIOR SHEATHING OBC SB-2 - COMPACTED GRANULAR FILL (REFER TO (R-15) GIRTS, SPACED AS REQUIRED STC: N/A (REFER TO LANDSCAPE) -INSULATION FINISH PER BOARD FINISH SCHEDULE CONCRETE FLOOR (REFER TO FR: 1HR R3 76mm CLOSED-CELL POLYISOCYANURATE FOAM FR: N/A STRUCTURAL) 102mm CLOSED-CELL POLYISOCYANURATE FOAM WITH 63.5mm SEMI-RIGID MINERAL --CONCRETE SLABTABLE (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) - TPO ROOFING MEMBRANE 2.2.1.A R3 INSULATION BOARD (R-15) ULC: N/A - PREPARED SUB-BASE (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) INSULATION BOARD (R-20) WOOL INSULATION,(RSI1.9(R10.75) F3 - UNDERSLAB VAPOUR/ BARRIER -TPO ROOFING MEMBRANE - 102mm BETWEEN CLOSED-CELL POLYISOCYANURATE FOAM R2 STRUCTURAL) 13mm TREATED COREEXTERIOR GYPSUM SUB-GIRTS - 13mm SHEATHING --150mm RIGID INSULATION BOARDBOARD SHEATHING STC: N/A INSULATION BOARD (R-20) - FINISH PER FINISH SCHEDULE STEEL ROOFGRANULAR DECK (REFER STRUCTURAL) - -102mm FIBERGLASS THERMAL SHEATHING 13mm EXTERIOR --COMPACTED FILLTO (REFER TO - 76mm CLOSED-CELL POLYISOCYANURATE FOAM - AIR/ VAPOUR RETARDANT -STRUCTURAL) STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING (REFER TO P71 SPACERS, SPACED MEMBRANE AS REQUIRED - CONCRETE SLAB (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) FR: N/A - 13mm TREATED CORE GYPSUM BOARD SHEATHING - TAPERED INSULATION WITH 102mm SEMI-RIGID MINERAL WOOL -STRUCTURAL) PREPARED SUB-BASE (REFER TO INSULATION BOARD (R-15) ULC: N/A - STEEL INSULATION, ROOF DECK (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) RSI 3.04(R17.2), BETWEEN STRUCTURAL) - UNDERSLAB VAPOUR/ BARRIER F2 - 76mm RIGID MINERAL WOOL INSULA STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING (REFER TO THERMAL SPACERS F2 - 102mm CLOSED-CELL POLYISOCYANURATE FOAM-STRUCTURAL) STC: N/A PER FINISH SCHEDULE - -AIR/ VAPOURTREATED BARRIER - 150mm RIGID INSULATION BOARD -- FINISH FR: 1HR 13mm CORE GYPSUM BOA CONCRETE (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) F5 INSULATION BOARD (R-20) - 13mm EXTERIOR GRADE SHEATHING ULC: F906 - STEEL DECK (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) F5 TO - COMPACTED GRANULAR FILL (REFER BOARD - STEEL ROOF DECK (REFER TO STRU STC: N/A RETARDANT MEMBRANE - PORCELAIN TILE (FINISH PER FINISH - STEEL FRAMING (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) - AIR/ VAPOUR F4 - 152mm STEEL STUDS @400 O.C F4 STRUCTURAL) - SPRAY FIREPROOFING STC: N/A FR: 2HR STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING (REF - FINISH PER FINISH SCHEDULE - -METAL LINER PANEL STC: SCHEDULE) R2 13mm TREATED CORE GYPSUM BOARD SHEATHING FR: 2HR - LIGHT WEIGHT CONCRETE TOPPING STC: FR: 1HR - PREPARED SUB-BASE (REFER TO OBC SB-2 GREEN ROOF ASSEMBLY (REFER LANDSCAPE) STRUCTURAL) OBC SB-2 FR: 1HR --CONCRETE FLOOR (REFER TO 25 TO R3 - DRY PACK - STEEL ROOF (REFER 66DECK TABLE - STRUCTURAL) TPO ROOFING MEMBRANE P71 2.2.1.A TO STRUCTURAL) R3 0 F3 0 STRUCTURAL) -TPO ROOFING MEMBRANE TABLE 2.2.1.A STC: 65 F3 R2 - 13mm EXTERIOR SHEATHING - 50mm COMPOSITE METAL WALL PANEL STC: N/A SLAB (RFER TO STRUCTURAL) - FINISH PER FINISH SCHEDULE - CONCRETE - STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING (REFER TOP71 - 13mm EXTERIOR SHEATHING 19 FR: - 76mm CLOSED-CELL POLYISOCYANURATE FOAM SYSTEM - CONCRETE SLAB (REFER TO STRUCTURAL) FR: N/A - TAPERED INSULATION INSULATION BOARD (R-15) 89mm HORIZONTAL GALVANIZED SUBULC: N/A STRUCTURAL) - UNDERSLAB VAPOUR/ BARRIER - 76mm RIGID MINERAL WOOL INSULATION (R-16)

TYPE

FOR REVIEW

R1

STC: N/A FR: N/A ULC: N/A

00

70

FLOOR ASSEMBLY

D

DESCRIPTION

R1 -TPO ROOFING MEMBRANE - 13mm EXTERIOR SHEATHING - 76mm CLOSED-CELL POLYISOCYANU INSULATION BOARD (R-15) - 102mm CLOSED-CELL POLYISOCYAN INSULATION BOARD (R-20) - 13mm TREATED CORE GYPSUM BOA - STEEL ROOF DECK (REFER TO STRU - STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING (REF STRUCTURAL)

50

00

06

TYPE

10780

DESCRIPTION

600

TYPE

ROOF ASSEMBLY WHERE REQUIRED ON DWGS. A0051 TO A0054

NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

DESIGNED

G.COLOMBANI

2019/07/19

DRAWN

N.SHAM

2019/07/22

CHECKED

G.WUNSCH

2019/07/24

APPROVED O.NAKHAEI

2019/07/26

N.T.S REVISIONS

ISSUED FOR INFORMATION L I G H ONLY T I N G S T R AT E G I E S NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

SCALE(S)

N.T.S

REVISIONS 2019/07/26

ISSUED FOR INFORMATION ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION SCALE(S)

N.T.S

P U B L I C C I R C U L AT I O N

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FIN

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