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EUNICE LEE

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PROFESSIONAL

TOURAINE 01-03 STUDIO MUSEUM OF UNDERWATER ANTIQUITIES (2012) JEAN NOUVEL 01-03 ATELIER NATIONAL MUSEUM OF DOHA, QATAR (2012)

EDUCATIONAL

MACHINE 01-04 CULTIVATION THESIS (SPRING 2011) CENTER 01-02 CIVIC SCHEMATIC (SPRING 2009)


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MUSEUM OF UNDERWATER ANTIQUITIES

PIRAEUS, GREECE FALL 2012 STUDIO TOURAINE + LABTOP COMPETITION The architectural design of the Cultural Coast of the port of Piraeus is part of the strategy for the design of a new landmark for the city and the port of Piraeus, with main reference to the culture, quality tourism and sustainability as well. The building’s proximity to the sea, its history and its role for the port, its distinctive architectural characteristics make this space ideal for its conversion into a Museum of Underwater Antiquities.


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MUSEUM OF UNDERWATER ANTIQUITIES

PIRAEUS, GREECE

THEME 1 : SEA A , ENVIRONMENT & MAN

THEMATIC A ATIC AXIS 2 : UNDERWA UNDERWATER WATER WA ATER ARCHAEOLOGY

GROUND FLOOR

A reflection of the mythological allure of the artifacts inside, the exhibition program is excised and displaced to the building’s roof, a sculptural lightweight crown perched shining above the rough industrial body of the museum. A sense of mystery and surprise is maintained even in the interior, as visitors navigating between forests of columns, grand atriums, winding exhibition halls, and exterior observation areas.


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MUSEUM OF UNDERWATER ANTIQUITIES

PIRAEUS, GREECE

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1 transverse section 2 longitudinal section 3 aviary 4 recreational outdoors/ north view 5 ground floor/ welcome area 6 northeast view


01 NATIONAL MUSEUM OF DOHA

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DOHA, QATAR

01/2012 - 06/2012 ATELIER JEAN NOUVEL INTERN With an exclusive team within the office, I took part in the development and final conceptualization for interior of the National Museum of Doha, Qatar. Some of the programs used were Rhino, V-Ray for Rhino, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe After Effects.


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DOHA, QATAR

These images demostrate the extensive use of digital tools. These images were not solely created by me; there was a large collaborative effort when producing any image, model, and video.


01 CULTIVATION MACHINE

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PHOENIX, ARIZONA SPRING 2011 THESIS STUDIO COLLABORATIVE This 10-person project is located in Phoenix, Arizona on a plot of land orginally designated for the annual Arizona state fair. The design intention is to create new urban setting, incorporating housing facilities, means of transportation, an original source of economy, while maintaining the annual state fair. The studio was divided to address separate aspects for a city; my team focused on the development of a new source of food for the sub-city. We redefine the farm and reintroduce the prehistoric notion of farming while utilizing futuristic technology to produce space and food.


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PHOENIX, ARIZONA

The bioplastic is secreted by robots that travel throughout the primary structure. They follow a specific pattern, which allows the bioplastic to cover the branch-like structure wherever and whenever necessary. A new system of waterless, groundless growing is being developed in Phoenix. This system liquefies food waste and combines it with worms and cocopeat to create a rich, self-sustaining compost that is able to continually provide nutrients to the plants without additional water.


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PHOENIX, ARIZONA

n creating a `cultivation machine`, our strategy addresses two main issues: how circulation interface with the agricultural machines, and how program and structure react to the state fair. In response to the circulation needs of the site, we distorted paths, creating a complex labyrinth mediating pedestrian movement and machinic requirements.  It resolves itself until reaching a point of homeostasis, creating unexpected spaces that “expand” and “contract” according to machinic, human, and agricultural flows; continually changing, never the same, and reinvigorating a certain hunter-gatherer mentality.  This dynamism allows for constant reinvention, giving the local community, as well as the state fair, opportunities to exhaust all the potentials of this system.


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CIVIC CENTER BOYLE HEIGHTS, LOS ANGELES SPRING 2009 SCHEMATIC STUDIO INDEPENDENT

The intention of the design was to pull in the public from the main street while the curvature and lift of the structure fed back into it as a means of displaying information. The curvature is to maintain the smooth transition.


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CIVIC CENTER BOYLE HEIGHTS, LOS ANGELES


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