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Yale School of Architecture M.ArchII 2014 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo B.Arch 2011 Selected work from year 2009 to year 2013 Work range from academic to professional experience

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Hochung Kim

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Hochung Kim www.hojungkim.com hochung.kim@yale.edu 84 Howe St, #208, New Haven, CT T. 714.313.9639 Education

Yale School of Architecture, New Haven. Masters of Architecture II, Post Professional, Class of 2014 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. Bachelor of Architecture with Dean’s Honor List, 2011 Denmark International Study Abroad Program Aug 2008 — May 2009

Professional Experience

Moore Ruble Yudell Architects, Santa Monica, California Designer, 2011 September — 2012 July IDIQ design team to develop Construction Documents for US embassy in Hague, Netherland. Worked closely with the project manager to develop exterior facade, building details and revising floor plans. Particiapted in a winning competition design for Shanghai IT campus master plan. Morphosis, Culver City, California Intern, 2011 January — 2011 March Archiving past and present projects, updating websites, assistant to edit and redraw the final drawing presentation. In charge of translating Equal Books publisher from Korean to English. HOK, San Francisco, California Junior Designer, 2010 June — 2010 July Part of a design team to develop Schematic Design phase to Construction Documents on Renovation of Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco. Steven Ehrlich Architects, Culver City, California Intern, 2009 May — 2010 March Built physcial models, digital renderings, worked on Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Documents, and site analysis. In charge of a model shop, material library, meeting with sales representatives. Projects include: Los Angeles Valley College Performing Arts Cetner, LAUSD Swimming Pool, Abjua Gate Competition in Nigeria, UC Irvine Performing Arts Center. WE Architecture, Copenhagen, Denmark Junior Designer, 2009 January — 2009 May Young Architecture office located in Copenhagen, Denmark. Built physical and digital study models, met with the clients. Projects include :TT Villa in Phuket, Thailand, Benetton Competition in Tehran, Iran. BOA ArchitectureSan Pedro, California Intern 2008 June — 2009 August ADA surveys in DMVs in California, worked on construction Documents, Data entry.

Honors / Awards

USITT Ideal Theatre Honor Award winner Honor winner for the 2014 USITT Theatre competition, The United States Institute for Theatre & Technology (USITT) Architectural Commission. 2014 March Chumash Show Honorable MentionCal Poly San Luis Obispo 8th annual 5th year show. Received an honor awar for the project “Nomadic City”. 2011 June President’s Honors List Cal Poly Saan Luis Obispo for exceptional academic achievement as a graduating student in top 15% of the university. 2011 June


Sarang Church Scholarship Selected student based on academic purpose and goal. 2010 June CPS Douglas Butzbach Memorial Scholarship Selected student based on exceptional promise in the field of architecture at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. 2008 —2009 SHIFT competition (AIA Los Angeles) A representative from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. 2009 February Robert Hifumi Odo Memorial Scholarship candidate Nominated by 3rd and 4th year faculty from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Architecture Department. 2008 March, 2009 March Honorable Mention Cal Poly San Luis Obispo 2nd Annual third year best of the show. 2008 January

Exhibitions

SOUPER green exhibit at Architecture and Design Museum of Los Angeles Part of Doug Jackson Design Office team. In charge of renderings for the final presentation at the museum. 2011 Feb — 2011 April Cal Poly Online Student Work Website Digital Archive for Selected examples of student projects. 2011 March Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood AIA/LA 2x8 SHIFT Exhibition representative from California Polytechnic university San Luis Obispo. 2009 March Berg Gallery 2nd annual best of the best 3rd year show by Architecture department of California Polytechnic university San Luis Obispo. 2008 March San Luis Obispo Public library Exhibition of a New Information Library. 2008 January

Publications

GA Houses, Part of Doug Jackson’s “Blink House” team. Issue #120, 2011 Morphosis, Design Peak Equal Books. Translation Issue#9, 2011 Fowler Studio, Selected Student Design Studio Work, 2008-2010 Studio Ambition, Dr. Stephen Phillips Design Research Laboratory, 2010 ADD9, Annual publication of the Architecture Department of Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, 2009 ADD8, Annual publication of the Architecture Department of Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, 2008 New Times, San Luis Obispo- publication as a library of the future, 2008 January Mustang Daily, San Luis Obispo- publication in a school newspaper as a library of the future, 2008 January

Skills / Presentation

Digital skills include: Rhino, T-Spline, rendering in V-Ray, and Maxwell, Adobe Photoshop, Indesign, Illustrator Maya, Rendering in Mental Ray, AutoCAD and Revit. Physical skills include: 7 axis Robot, 3D Printing, Foam, Laser Cutting, Wood Shop, Watercolor Drawing, Photography, Collage, Hand Drafting. Fluent in Korean and sufficient in Spanish.


Hochung Kim

www.hojungkim.com

hochung.kim@yale.edu Tel# 714.313.9639 84 Howe St, Apt#208, New Haven, CT

Enigmatic Theatre Los Angeles, California 2013 Advanced Studio Instructors Marcelo Spina, Georgina Huljich The locations of three theaters are the result of three primitive geometries projected from the central axis that have been rotated into three different axis. These three geometries serve as main a framework for three different kinds of theater programs. By locating theses three theaters into three different corners create a central circulation for the public and to augment secondary and tertiary programs to grow out from the atrium. 1


Hochung Kim

www.hojungkim.com

hochung.kim@yale.edu Tel# 714.313.9639 84 Howe St, Apt#208, New Haven, CT

Boston Bay Urban Plan Boston, Massachusetts 2012 Post Professional Studio Instructors: Fred Koetter, Ed Mitchell, Aniket Shahane, collaboration with Matt Raugh The site is situated in the Boston Harbor; the proposal was to introduce four different types of courtyards. Major courtyard connects to the South Terminal to create an empty plaza, where various of activities take place. The below three diagrams illustrates the different events based on the water levels. The main ground plan is shown relation to the South Terminal.

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Hochung Kim

www.hojungkim.com

hochung.kim@yale.edu Tel# 714.313.9639 84 Howe St, Apt#208, New Haven, CT

Nomadic City Los Angeles River, Downtown Los Angeles 2011 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Professor: Stephen Phillips As a Undergraduate Thesis project, Nomatic city is a moving city along the Los Angeles River. I’ve generated a different patterning system, using a folding technique. This system allows various spaces of programmatic, circulation, structural, and services to be explored. The kinetic structures respond to the envelopes of the building. 3


Hochung Kim

www.hojungkim.com

hochung.kim@yale.edu Tel# 714.313.9639 84 Howe St, Apt#208, New Haven, CT

Art District Amsterdam, Netherlands Bass Studio: 2013 Jan - 2013 May Professors: Isaac Kalisvaart (MAB Developer), Alex Garvin, Kevin Gray The master planning project is located in a historical Navy yard in Amsterdam. The site has a condition of being isolated due to privacy, military concern for the Netherlands’ government. For the proposal, one of the main concerns was to maintain this isolation by creating an Art community. It is a semi-public community where the residents will have an access to private galleries for various events. There are sculpture gardens in between the housing apartments to activate social interactions within the community. During the course, various housing typologies were introduced to study and analyze current Amsterdam urban housing units versus creating new typologies to create more intimate, small green spaces in-between buildings. 4


Hochung Kim

www.hojungkim.com

hochung.kim@yale.edu Tel# 714.313.9639 84 Howe St, Apt#208, New Haven, CT

Pipe Organ Sanctuary Venice, California 2009 May - 2010 May Professor: Thomas Fowler Industrial technology has left the footprints of the machine parts that created society to engage in the system of mass production, thus making the lives of people not only fast paced, but also has introduced to new ideas of perceiving light and space. The space experience in pipe organ sanctuary allows people to ponder and meditate the mystical quality of light energy before they enter the main worship space.

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Hochung Kim

www.hojungkim.com

Basement Level

hochung.kim@yale.edu Tel# 714.313.9639 84 Howe St, Apt#208, New Haven, CT

Mezzanine Level

USITT Competition Dallas / Fortworth Airport, Texas Collaboration with Yale School of Drama Students, 2014 March

The scheme proposes a redevelopment of a 46,000 square feet rectangular lot bounded by George Street. The design concept for the new theatre is based on the notion of hide and reveal. A rigid external box embraces the theatre within, and this box is sliced into strips with linear intervals at minimum widths to hide and reveal the theatre according to the angle of view, much like the theatrical performance where house curtain is used to hide and reveal the spectacle.

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Orchestra Level


Hochung Kim

www.hojungkim.com

hochung.kim@yale.edu Tel# 714.313.9639 84 Howe St, Apt#208, New Haven, CT

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UNCLASSIFIED

MASTER SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN

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The Hague U.S Embassy The Hague, Netherlands MooreRubleYudell Architects & Planners Designer: 2011 Sep -2012 July

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entrance building SCAC

utility building UTL

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staff housing MSGQ

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service

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As a designer in the IDIQ team for U.S. Embassy at The Hague, my task mainly involved with producing construction documents. From creating mock up sets to constantly communicate with the contractors to develop the drawings. I was involved in the project to execute exterior facades, site plan, mechanical and lighting plans, construction details.

maintenance SPX

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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE

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N E W E M B A S S Y C A M P U S AT THE H A G U E, N E T H E R L A N D S

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SASAKI ASSOCIATES

MOORE RUBLE YUDELL ARCHITECTS & PLANNERS

June 15, 2011


Hochung Kim

www.hojungkim.com

hochung.kim@yale.edu Tel# 714.313.9639 84 Howe St, Apt#208, New Haven, CT

Los Angeles Valley College, Peforming Arts Center 5800 Fulton Avenue, Valley Glen Steven Ehrlich Architects Intern 2009 May - 2010 May During my internship at Steven Ehrlich Architects, I have built study models to help further study and visualize the space three dimensionally. The Los Angeles Valley College Performing Art Center encompasses three major theaters. Utilizing Revit, we were able to visualize, measure and try out different alternatives to materials in the building. I also drafted and worked in Revit to build digital models, develop quick sketch renderings, as well as drafting, for the Schematic and Design Development packages

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Hochung Kim

www.hojungkim.com

hochung.kim@yale.edu Tel# 714.313.9639 84 Howe St, Apt#208, New Haven, CT

Villa TT Phuket, Thailand WE Architecture, Copenhagen, Denmark Designer: 2009 Jan - 2009 May

As a junior designer at WE Architecture in Copenhagen, I was in charge of various task including making physical models, designing and making various study models for the house and Benetton competition, and research for the furniture. The last project I worked on was Villa TT, located in Phuket, Thailand, a potential house for the client. To maximize the affect of the site, three rectangular boxes are oriented in different directions in order to preserve view and the functionality. I helped to build the final physical models as well as various study models. I also helped to build the model in Rhino.

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Hochung Kim

www.hojungkim.com

hochung.kim@yale.edu Tel# 714.313.9639 84 Howe St, Apt#208, New Haven, CT

Souper Green, Los Angeles A+D Museum Exhibition Doug Jackson Design Group Designer: 2011 Jan - 2011 Mar I was part of Doug Jackson Design group to help “ Souper Green” exhibition, at The Architecture and Design Museum of Los Angeles (an exhibition of new architectural work that offers a compelling alternative to the conventional idea of “being green”). I was in charge of rendering the final images from the existing model. The process included regenerating and remaking some of the model parts in Rhino format to working on final images in photoshop.The exterior and interior renderings were done using Maxwell rendering program directly exported from Rhino. 10


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