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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN HA YOUNG KIM


Ha Young Kim hayoungk1221@gmail.com +1 206 565 4396 Seattle, WA

ARCHITECTURE STUDIO WORK

TABLE OF CONTENT Il Nuovo Palazza Pubblico

ARCH 400 | Autumn 2017 | Rob Pena, Penelope West | Rome, Italy

A Sauna for Scandinavian Studies ARCH 401 | Winter 2018 | Galen Minah | Seattle, WA

The First Encounter: Room for a Photographer ARCH 301 | Winter 2017 | Jennifer Dee | Ballard, WA

Continuity of Forest Experience

ARCH 300 | Autumn 2016 | Rob Pena | Discovery Park, WA

MODELS

Råå Day Care Center

ARCH 300 | Autumn 2016 | Precedent Study | Basswood


REPRESENTATION WORK

Architectural Representation Abroad

ARCH 491 | Autumn 2017 | Rob Pena, Penelope West | Watercolor | Rome, Italy

Architecture Fieldwork Abroad

ARCH 496 | Autumn 2017 | Rob Pena, Penelope West | Pen | Rome, Italy

DESIGN PROJECT

SKETCHES

Topics in Design: Chair

DESIGN 265 | Summer 2015 | Rhinoceros 5, KeyShot

Introduction to Drawing ART 190 | Summer 2015 | Charcoal

Spatial Corner: Gould Hall

ARCH 200 | Autumn 2014 | Judith Swain | Graphite Pencil

Selected works 2014-2018


Il Nuovo Palazza Pubblico

ARCH 400 | Autumn 2017 | Rob Pena, Penelope West | Rome, Italy

PIAZZA TESTACCIO, ROME, ITALY

Il Palazzo Pubblico proposes the creation of a new neighborhood communal space along with a beautiful Sala Grande for a wide range of activities. With a set of supports and outdoor spaces, the communal space creates an architectural enclosure that connects people physically with place and time, as well as with each other in the neighborhood of the Eternal city of Rome. Selected neighborhood, Piazza Testaccio is a grand piazza with a central monument of a water fountain, Fontana Delle Anfore. Piazza is active and secure with the presence of people while children occupy the central space of piazza and adults stay in the marginal seating area socializing. The purpose of the intervention is to activate the piazza during the absence of children and to make the space complete by the presence of its users.


YOUNG CHILDREN OLDER CHILDREN ADULTS

SITE ANALYSIS

DESIGN INTERVENTION

ELDERLY

The design process started from the site response of the piazza being inactive during the absence of children during the day. The grand monument of the water fountain became the focal point of this new Palazzo Pubblico and the repetition of arches marked the boundary. Symmetrical form naturally developed and the space was divided into 3 categories: Summer Sala Grande, Winter Sala Grande and a residential apartment for the caretaker. Summer Sala Grande is designed as an outdoor social space during the summer and Winter Sala Grande is for special occasions such as art exhibitions, workshops, and indoor activities during the winter.

PASSAGE SUMMER SALA GRANDE WINTER SALA GRANDE RESIDENTIAL


SUMMER SALA GRANDE

WINTER SALA GRANDE


GROUND LEVEL

APARTMENT LEVEL 4

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5 0. FONTANA DELLE ANFORE 1. SUMMER SALA GRANDE 2. WINTER SALA GRANDE 3. COMMUNAL AREA

4. CARETAKER’S APARTMENT 5. BALCONY 6. BATHROOM 7. BEDROOM

CARE TAKE’S APARTMENT

SUMMER SALA GRANDE

FONTANA DELLE ANFORE

WINTER SALA GRANDE

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SUMMER SALA GRANDE


WINTER SALA GRANDE


A Sauna for Scandinavian Studies ARCH 401 | Winter 2018 | Galen Minah | Seattle, WA

This project proposes a sauna facility on the University of Washington Seattle campus for the faculty and students of the Scandinavian Studies department. While sauna is an important ritual in the Scandinavian heritage, this small scale facility can accommodate 10 persons, a pool, and a communal space with restricted access.


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View towards Savery Hall

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View towards Denny Hall

The main concept for this project is to reproduce the experience of a Finnish summer cottage on the University of Washington Seattle campus. This site is specifically chosen because it is isolated from the main pathways and surrounded by tall trees. As it was inspired by the Finnish summer cottage, this sauna facility is designed to be mostly made out of wooden elements, and the main structure follows the steps of the ritual of a sauna. The contrast between warm and cold is vivid from the last two steps in the sauna facility, mimicking saunas in the Finnish summer cottages where people jump into an ice cold lake in the winter woods after experiencing the sauna.


1. RECEPTION 2. COMMUNAL SPACE 3. ACCESS FOR DISABLES

4. CHANGING AREA 5. SHOWER 6. SAUNA 7. POOL

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COMMUNAL AREA

SAUNA

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COMMUNAL AREA

CHANGING AREA

SAUNA

POOL

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The First Encounter: Room for a Photographer ARCH 301 | Winter 2017 | Jennifer Dee | Ballard, WA

This project proposes a gallery space that is closely connected to the main artistic style of a certain photographer. The space is thoroughly inspired by the style of the famous Japanese photographer, Hiroshi Sugimoto and his approach to the concept of time and humans. The story of a hunter wandering around in the forest and discovering the ocean for the first time, inspired by his famous quote, formed the experience of the gallery space.

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BOTTOM FLOOR

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Seascape series by Hiroshi Sugimoto Hiroshi Sugimoto captured the flow of time through accumulation of lights by exposing the camera for numerous hours.


“Sea is an early example of a human naming something outside the world inside himself.� - Hiroshi Sugimoto


Continuity of Forest Experience

ARCH 300 | Autumn 2016 | Rob Pena | Discovery Park, WA

This project proposes a retreat shelter for the visitors at the forest site of Discovery Park. Main structure frames nature in the forest and detailed tectonic skeleton mimics the engagement with the light that gets filtered by trees for a continuous experience of nature. In terms of the program of the space, the public and private space are separated and designed to have reversed approaches to the view facing the water and to the forest providing a secure shelter for visitors.

WATERFRONT

FOREST

WATERFRONT

FOREST PUBLIC SPACE PRIVATE SPACE


1. Indoor Social Gathering 2. Cooking Space 3. Outdoor Social Gathering 4. Study Space

5. Cleaning Space 6. Storage 7. Contemplative Space 8. Sleeping Area

SECTION AA

SECTION BB

SECTION CC


RĂĽĂĽ Day Care Center

ARCH 300 | Autumn 2016 | Precedent Study | Group Work | Basswood

This precedent study and model making project is about understanding how the concept of specific architecture developed in steps by breaking its structure down to simple Parti models and creating the section model with group mates.


Parti Model

For RĂĽĂĽ day care center by Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter, we comprehended the sequence of development from setting boundaries to occupying core spaces with tectonic layers. We applied this sequence to the procedure of our section model.


Architectural Representation Abroad

ARCH 491 | Autumn 2017 | Rob Pena, Penelope West | Watercolor | Rome, Italy

Siena Cathedral, Siena, Italy


Piazza Navona, Rome, Italy


Architecture Fieldwork Abroad

ARCH 496 | Autumn 2017 | Rob Pena, Penelope West | Pen | Rome, Italy

Urban Analysis Project: Il Rioni di Roma Facade sketches and scaled section drawings of the three important pilgrimage churches were drawn after the analysis of Rione Monti. I learned that the sense of scale and the size of the public realm are associated with the importance of the church. The piazza that was designed along with the church as part of the public realm had seemed to develop into becoming a part of the urban fabric in the present Rome.


Basilica di Santa Croce in Gerusalemme

Basilica Papale di Santa Maria Maggiore

Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano


Topics in Design: Chair

DESIGN 265 | Summer 2015 | Rhinoceros 5, KeyShot This project was about designing a chair with great freedom using Rhinoceros. I decided to design an outdoor chair for watching the stars with a simple wooden structure and strings that provide lower back support. There are some parts that required some close attention to make the rendering look realistic; the surface of the pillow is uneven and each of the strings are dropped due to gravity. Lastly the model is rendered in KeyShot and Adobe Photoshop to apply colors, lightings, and a pertinent background.


RENDERING USING KEYSHOT AND ADOBE PHOTOSHOP


Introduction to Drawing ART 190 | Summer 2015 | Charcoal


Spatial Corner: Gould Hall

ARCH 200 | Autumn 2014 | Judith Swain | Graphite Pencil


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