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MANSOO HAN GSAPP MSAUD 2020 2019-2020 SELECTED WORK


Contents 19SU-6849-A ‘Urban Design Studio 1’ 19SU-6824-A ‘Reading New York Urbanism’ 19SU-4528-A ‘Digital Techniques’ 19FA-6850-A ‘Urban Design Studio 2’ 19FA-4987-A ‘Architectural Photography’ 20SP-6851-A ‘Urban Design Studio 3’ ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY

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MANSOO HAN Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Architecture at Konkuk University Master of Architecture at Pratt Institute, 2019 Master of Architecture and Urban Design at Columbia University, 2020 +1-646-341-2458 mh3982@columbia.edu


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Cognitive Map Summer 2019 _2019.06 ~ 2019.08 _Academic _Professor Jesse Hirakawa _Reading New York Urbanism


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HOSPITAL AS PARK PROGRAM TRANSITION OFFICE 3F 84,750 SQFT

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Bear Mountain Site Model

Isopink Foam, Steel Wire, Wooden Sticks, Mesh / 2019


BEYOND SCHOOL SUMMER 2019 _2019.06 ~ 2019.08 _Academic Team Work _Professor Nans Voron _Urban Design Studio 1 ‘Sunset Park’ The Project vision is to tap into the public realm of Sunset park and to create safe, educational and playful space for the children of the neighborhood. Today Sunset Park Neighborhood has a growing population of which 30% are children. There is a lack of of open space in the neighborhood, overcrowding of schools, unsafe streets for kids to walk in, and neccesity for afternoon activities, when their parents are at work. The objective is to strenghten the routes between home, school and the park, which are integral part of their daily routine. Therefore, we propose to create playful, safe and educational spaces in diffefrent scales of interventions around schools and in Sunset Park park.

Sunset Park Mapping

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Our vision is to tap into the public realm of Sunset Park and to create safe, educatinal and playful space for the children of the neighborhood. Today Sunset Park Neighborhood has a growing population of which 30% are children. There is a lack of open space in the neigborhood, overcrowding of schools, unsafe streets for kids to walk in, and neccesity for afternoon activities, when their parents are at work. Our objective is to strengthen the routes between home, school and the park, which are integral part of their daily routine. Therefore, we propose to create playful, safe and educational spaces in different scales of interventions around schools and in Sunset Park park.

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SHARING GREEN ECONOMY SPRING 2020 _2020.01 ~ 2020.05 _Academic Team Work _Professor Kate Orff _Urban Design Studio 3 ‘Great Rift Valley’ ‘Beira, Mozambique’ The port of Beira has been the main economic driver of the city. Powered by FDI, however, this city asset and its supporting infrastructures and services have been serving solely the extraction and exporting industry which Mozambique has long relied on. This highly capital-intensive mode creates very limited opportunities and benefits for the people, and the port’s massive footprint fences off the water access of the rest of the city which is crucial to the local livelihoods. Segregation between the port and the city isn’t just a physical disconnection, but is embedded in the social and economic mechanism.


BEIRA PORT IS SEGARAGATED FROM THE CITY Physically, Socially and Economically

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- Deforestation due to the expansion - Extremely polluted, even toxic of human settlements - Unregulated - Less protection of Coastline - Insustainable - Destroyed Ecosystem

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DESIGN VISION Bridging the Local and Global Economy

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BEIRA’S PORT CONNECTS TO THE WORLD With Muti-functional Port Infrastructures


A ECOLOGICAL LIGHT INDUSTRIAL PARK With A Rebuilt Rail Line Connects to The Region


CANALS CONNECT TO THE CITY With A Thriving Public Realm


BRINGING DIVERSE JOBS INTO THE NEIBORNOODS With Diversified Industries for More Job Oppurtunities


BEIRA AS AN INSPIRATION FOR A NEW GLOBAL ECONOMY That Harness its Global Connections for A Thriving Local Economy

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NEW YORK POPS SUMMER 2019 _2019.06 ~ 2019.08 _Academic _Professor Carmelo Ignaccolo _New York, POPS (Privately Owned Public Space) 3D Mapping Drawing

GIS Mapping, Photoshop, Rhino / 2019


ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY FALL 2019 _2019.09 ~ 2019.12 _Academic _Professor Michael Vehrenwald _From Models To The BUILT WORLD


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