2000 S L Davis Ave Austin, TX 78702 firstname.lastname@example.org 956-249-0859
Jaehyung Ahn Education
August 2006 - July 2011
The University of Texas at Austin
Bachelor of Architecture Bachelor of Science, Architectural Engineering GPA: 3.2/4.0 AutoCAD, Sketch Up, Adobe Photoshop, Indesign, Illustrator, Revit Architecture, MS Word, Excel, Outlook, Access
March 2012 - June 2012z
How Do You Roll?, Intern
October 2011 - February 2012
Floors, Inc., NHMS Department (estimating)
April 2011 - March 2012
Thai Spice, Sushi Chef
June 2008 - February 2011 August 2010 - December 2010
Performed test-fit of various lease spaces Produced a document set to implement decor change directive Ordered equipment and confirmed delivery dates with vendors Contacted builder representatives to request for information Gathered flooring material data from construction documents Performed quantity takeoff of bath and kitchen wall tiles Team-worked to complete orders accurately and promptly
Crave Restaurant, Server/Sushi Chef
Maintained communication between diners, cooks, and owners
Daily Texan, Stand-in Comic
Submitted a comic each week for the university newspaper
Habitat for Humanity, Volunteer Building Information Modeling, Cost Estimating, Project Management, Structural Analysis, HVAC Design
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fall creek Winery
re-use screen riverwalk Parket
thatch Roof hill country Chapel
WINERY Inspired by the rows of grapevine on project site, the spaces of Fall Creek Winery are organized by rows of copper paneled wall. The copper panels were perforated to recreate the dappling of light through grapevine leaves, and staggered spaces along the north-south axis leaves room for future expansion of major spaces such as fermentation room and barrel aging room.
Site Plan/ Aerial
Emphasizing the lengthy, linear nature of the wineryâ€™s design, the winery was sited right along the edge of the vineyard, serving as a threshold between outside world and the grapes.
Plan / Longitudinal Elevation / Section
1. Restaurant/Bar 2. Shop/Front Desk 3. Receiving 4. Fermentation Room
5. Barrel Storage 6. Bottling 7. Loading Dock
Transverse Elevation / Sections elevation
water proof membrane tapered insulation corrugated metal roof deck wide fl ange beam 6” steel carrier track 1” x 8” wood slat
4’ x 8’ weathering steel panel 1.5” carrier track 1” continuous rigid insulation moisutre barrier 1/4” drywall board 5” batt insulation 5” light gauge metal stud 5” HSS column
4’ x 8’ weathering steel panel 1.5” carrier track 5” light gauge metal stud double glazing 5” HSS column
2.5’ x 3’ concrete paver concrete slab on grade
re - u s e
The challenge was to build a screen in full scale, utilizing any items found at the Habitat for Humanity Re-store. Common laundry pins were decontructed and reassembled as a screen.
san antonio, texas
PARKET Driven by vision of a continuous market that begins at the river level and transitions into a parking garage at higher levels, the Riverwalk Parket is a complex combination of spiraling driveways, undulating market, and a nestled post office.
Site Plan/ Aerial Located right on the heart of San Antonio, TX, the Riverwalk, the design of the project was mindful of the different conditions of the site at river and street levels.
10 PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT
Plan: Ground level / Level 1 1. Boat Dock 2. Post Office, service 3. Market-Dock 4. Circulation Core
5. Loading Zone 6. Market-Street 7. Market-Mezzanine
2 a 5 1 PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT
Plan: Level 2 / Level 3
1. Computer Lab 2. Market-Top 3. Smartcar Parking A
4. Post Office, employee lounge 5. Garage-Level 1 6. Smartcar Parking B
5 2 b
Plan: Level 4 / Level 5
1. Garage-Level 2
2. Post Office, office 3. Garage-Level 3
Plan: Level 6
1. Meeting room 2. Garage-Level 4
Sections/ Elevation a
light well at market 4
A simple design excercise to creat a roof supported at four points was a learning experience in understanding how systems of structure come together. Design of the roof jaxtaposes modern and traditional. The multilayered substructure of thatch construction on deep, gabel steel frame creates visual contrast.
th a tch
texas hill country
CHAPEL Rammed earth was part of the design requirements for Chapel on Texas Hill Country. Another intersting requirement was that the Chapel cannot be a closed environment. Driving force behind this design was my formal interest in creating a series of vaults. Lightness of the barrel vaults contrast against massiveness of the rammed earth walls, while creating opportuny for daylight to wash down the walls.
Site Plan / Plan Located on a non-specific site in the Texas hill country, the building orientation faces a nearby creek for quiet contemplation.
1. Prayer Room 2. Courtyard 3. Catacombs
construction A project in construction class required us to recreate a set of building details for a published residential work: Studio House by Olsen Kundig Architects.
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