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JAEHO J I N

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PENNDESIGN | THE SCHOOL OF DESIGN MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE ll JINJAEHO@GMAIL.COM | 215.375.4022


'ORGANIZING & ESTABLISHING' FINDING ARCHITECTURAL"ORDERED MECHNISM" ‘Organizing and Establishing’ are two architectural terms which can represent my creative works well, for my design process can help me recognize the difference in existing factors, draw the relation between their variety and complexity and materialize the difference and relation through ordered mechanism. Accordingly, when I begin to work, I always try to find out and perceive ‘Forces’ at the present situation. Though they may be abstract and conceptual words or environmental metaphors existing in reality, once I analyze their properties and gradually clarify the images, I’m able to form a basis for architecture of my own which could maintain close relations between them.


JAEHO J I N UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PENNDESIGN | THE SCHOOL OF DESIGN MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE ll JINJAEHO@GMAIL.COM 215.375.4022


CONTENTS

Academic Work 01

RE-IMAGINING PENN STATION

The Void between Penn Station & MSG Academic Work 02

INVOLUTED FIGURES & BLACK HOLES

New Whitney Museum, New York Academic Work 03

LIGHT INVOLUTION

New Typology of Skyscrapher with Multiple Facades & Novel Interiority Academic Work 04

URBAN BLUR

New Prototype of Complex for Residential & Commercial Academic Work 05

COORDINATING SYMBIOSIS

Info-Data City For Prosumer Academic Work 06

WALL OF GROTESQUES

Hard-Boiled Wonderland Wall Professional Work 07

TRINITY

The Korea Teachers Pension Head office Professional Work 08

MUNHAK SWIMMING STADIUM

Swimming Pool Arena for 2014 Incheon Asian Game Professional Work 09

U.PLATFORM

UNIST, Ulsan science and technology Univesity Masterplan Professional Work 10.1

EXPO 2020 MOBILITY PAVILION, DUBAI

Internship at Adrian Smith + Gordon Gilll Professional Work 10.2

214 WEST 57TH & 58TH STREET, RESIDENCE ENTRY

Internship at Adrian Smith + Gordon Gilll


SELECTED W O R K S 2008-2015 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PENNDESIGN | SCHOOL OF DESIGN MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE ll JINJAEHO@GMAIL.COM 215.375.4022


Work 1 Academic / Design Studio / PennDesign

RE-IMAGINING PENN STATION The Void Between Penn-Station & MSG UPenn_ARCH 701 Design Studio Instructor: Thom Mayne Group work / Fall 2015

In this Studio we have researched and speculated about a new developmental strategy for Penn Station. We analyzed the historical issues (political, operational) that caused such severe ruptures in the Station’s history. Simultaneously, we have examined the opportunities that lie within the city’s urban context and propose a strategy that will address the social and economic challenges of the neighborhood. Also, we re-evaluated and integrated the multiple political

and infrastructural agendas that at once buoyed and burdened the development of Penn Station resulting in its current state of demise. By considering the intersection of multi-nodal transportation and planning policy regulations, economics and social impact, and the previously proposed development strategies, the studio have worked to redefine the notion of what a transportation hub will be for the next generation.


Efficient Circulation

Visual Connectivity

Open Space

Natural Light

Monumental Void


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Penn Station Riail Networks NJ Transit / LIRR / Amtrak / MTA

No Reconition as a Station

Analysing Current issues Confusing Circulations / Overcrowde wating areas / Lack of vsual connectivity / No Station Identity Entrances / Lack of Open space, natural light, Iconic experience and public space Tiny Spaces as a Station

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Confusing Circulations and Overcrowded Waiting Area

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Thinking of Urban Scale_Relationship between Site Context Penn station has very small volume and disconnected with MSG and other programs above the ground. So, the main issue was how the station and MSG have a new connection and how we can make maximized volume of the station still keeping the MSG at the existing site. MSG lifted up and has a new organization with void in the center, so they can have more flexible areas. As MSG and station is merging, they can also, have large area on the top of the roof, as a park for New York city.

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Transformation Progress With urban ideas based on our researchs, we more focused on the architectural scale of the Penn station. We tried to figure out how the new relationship between MSG and Station with Void can have sorts of transformation progress. Basically, the stadium has its own figure, the stand figure is very clear object to be fixed, but the other part of stadium is able to transform according to the context. The public

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hall of MSG is located on the front of the street. The frame is easy to recognize as an entrance for people who are using station and by doing this, the station has strong urban axis from west to east. Since our mass has so deep and long length, we thought another entrance of light is needs. And this carving space is connected to pathway for other block’s roof top.


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01 Re-Imagining Penn Station


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Urban Asix from West to East into Station / The Void acting a media to make a relationship between Pennstation and Madison Square Garden floated

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The Void

There are various aspects that people can recognize the void. In the main concourse area, reversed openess is povided and in the middle of building level, it become a edge of the inner space where people can observe the continuous spectacle through the void. The most top level is an urban park which is new level of open space in the New York City inbetween tall buildings' forest.

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Various levels to experience the Void: On the ground level / the top of the MSG / the top of the roof

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Circulation(Station Level)_New Proposal

Program Distribution(Station Level)_New Proposal

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Circulation System_Proposal 01 Re-Imagining Penn Station


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Physical Sectional Model 23.5 X 10.5 inch "The void in the new Station is an inverted urban territory where visitors can have a sense of magnificent space inside the building. Also, this architectural medium is a kind of reinterpreted history of stations and a novel icon in the New York City."


Work 2 Academic / Design Studio / PennDesign

INVOLUTED FIGURES & BLACK HOLES New Whitney Museum, New York City * Published in Pressing Matters 2015-2016

ARCH 704 Design Studio Instructor: Tom Wiscombe, Classification: Academic / Individual work Year: Spring 2015 Locaton: New York City, USA Area: 7,525 sqf Type : Fine Art Museum Floor: 8F, B2F

Softwares: Rhinoceros, Maya, Maxwell, Keyshot, Z-Brush Draft: Autocad, Illustrator, Photoshop Physical Model: Makerbot, 3D pouder printing

In this studio I worked on the problem of near-figuration, which is a form of resolution of the polarizing discourse of form versus shape of the last ten years. Near figuration is defined as the appearance of distinct, legible objects from illegible conditions, that is, as the simultaneity of things which have both graphic and formal features. In this semester, I extended that problem to include involuted figures, which can simultaneously create exterior depth effects but also interior spatial figuration. One of the fundamental things architecture does is characterize the threshold between exterior and interior. In this, it must take an ontological position with regards to the state of existence of “outside” and “inside”, and the degree to which they might be illusions. LaTour captures that indeterminacy so well when he says “there is no outside…the outside is just another inside.” This studio defined this threshold as elastic but not blurred. Like black holes, these involutions may not constitute literal points of entry but rather moments of allure and lack of access. In Interstellar (2014), Chris Nolan goes to great lengths

to represent black hole possible, the most “real” based on scientific calculation and state of the art rendering techniques, producing never-before seen phenomena at the event horizon. Despite how it is presented by Nolan - as a form of knowledge and plausibility- what resonates in the film is the mysteriousness of the object and its seeming impossibility. Stanley Kubrick, that film’s greatest influence, knew this innately, choosing not to burden his monolith from 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) with being “real” in the sense of accurate or concrete, but rather making it even more alluring as a matter of speculation on the real. When Dave Bowman, rocketing across the expanse of the monolith, utters “my God, It’s full of stars”, we are confronted with a vexing entity that is delimited in scale on its exterior, yet seems to contain the universe. Its contents are bigger than the container- something Timothy Morton associates with “hyperobjects”, or entities that are vast yet withdrawn. In this studio, we will speculate on new container/ contained and inside/out relations in architecture, and seek to produce strange new forms of interiority.

The early Figure Studies


“The object can be viewed as a kind of black hole whose interior has receded infinitely from view, but which also leaks a certain amount of radiant energy…the adjective ‘black’ indicating that this noise is at all times object oriented, not formed of loose universal qualities.” -Graham Harman, Guerilla Metaphysics-


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A key part of studio work was the exploration fake and real shadows, reflections, and halos, in terms of how they may emanate from objects and deep involutions and then be reified into physical features. These features may exist as surface effects, such as changes of material or sheen, or they may be used to transform the three-dimensional mass more aggressively.

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“The Hyperobject is a liar…we see the shadows of the hyperobject, gigantic patches of darkness that slide across the landscape… The time of Hyperobjects is the time we discover ourselves on the insides of some very big objects…Hyperobjects are Tardis-like, bigger on the inside than the outside” -Timothy Morton, Hyperobjects-

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Academic Work | PennDesign Landscpae Patterns on HighLine A key part of studio work was the exploration fake and real shadows, reflections, and halos, in terms of how they may emanate from objects and deep involutions and then be reified into physical features. These features may exist as surface effects, such as changes of material or sheen, or they may be used to transform the three-dimensional mass more aggressively.

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2D Tattos From HighLine A key part of studio work was the exploration fake and real shadows, reflections, and halos, in terms of how they may emanate from objects and deep involutions and then be reified into physical features. These features may exist as surface effects, such as changes of material or sheen, or they may be used to transform the three-dimensional mass more aggressively.

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The Starting point of High Line The Floating Mass above the High line extends High Line Park's public space more vertically, while the platfrom functions as a canopy above. Ground object also makes a connection with pedestrian way under High Line, where another entrance can be generated.

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Academic Work | PennDesign Refer to "Flat Ontology of Architecture, Tom Wiscombe" "Project, A Journal for Architecture, Spring 2014, Discreteness, of Towards a Flat Ontology of Architecture, Tom Wiscombe" The Object is a vertical museum. Verticality alludes to its civic function, but also maintains the building’s distinction from the horizontality of the infrastructural buildings. The mass of the building is super componet; it is made up of both large and small Jack-shape objects collected into a composite, irreducible shape. Its silhouette becomes more defined towards its base, where it stands lightly on the ground on 'Jack' tips and faces. This gives the sense that the building is dislodged or movable. The ground it stands on is in fact another building which further defers landing of the Jack-shape mass. This ground-building is a reified shadow cast from the mass above. Architecture, in this way, begins to produce its own context. 26

Super Component

Subtracated Figure Making Involution

Ground Object

SHADOW PROTECTION

Architecture that makes its own Context_ Shadows of Object as Ground Building

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Vicarious Relation with HighLine Withdrawing from contexts like the High line creates a discrete and internalized world for art. This withdrawal is intended to incite and confound speculation as to the building’s origins, and create a sense of mysterious depth beyond its superficial qualities.


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Wrapping around High Line

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The building is sitting close to the High line, which is directlyopposed idea with existing new whitney museum. This site plan is more aggressive way to have a relationship with the high line as an urban infrastructure.


Plan Concept

The Involuted black hole became outdoor gallery, where the carved 3D Tatto traces became movable space like corridor for watching art works. Liner have its own shape between involuted figure and envelop, where they have non-gallery programs like office and culture center.

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Site Plan & Exhibition Level Floor Plan

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New Interiority

"Subtracted figures generate mega-dark holes in which multiple reflected-effect results in maximization of a mysteriousness with faked tattoo and real one, being a catalyst to extend for new interiority."

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Front view from East Washington street

Silhouette of Involution The Involution gradually start to reveal its figure with reflected 3D tattoos. This hollow creates mysterious sense of interior space which transform the three-dimensional mass more aggressively as going inside.

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Back view from Bloomfield street

02 Involuted Figures & Black Holes


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Physical Model_Exploded

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Physical Model 19.5 X 11.5 inch

"Subtracted figures generate mega-dark holes in which multiple reflected-effect results in maximization of a mysteriousness with faked tattoo and real one, being a catalyst to extend for new interiority."

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Object in Object

Poche space is getting inhabitable

Physical Chunk Model_16 x 11 inch

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PRIMARY ROOF TRUSSES AT 16M INTERVALS SECONDARY TRUSS BAYS PRIMARY STRUCTURE BEAM

COMPOSITE PANELS FOR REFLECTION FROM ENVIRONMENT

OPEN SEAM RAW SCREEN WITH MEMBRAIN BENEAT

COMPOSITE PANELS FOR REFLECTION FROM ENVIRONMENT EXTRUDED SEAM FROM REFLECTION

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INTERIOR ENCLOSURES

METAL PANEL LASER CUT ANODIZE ALUMINUM PANEL

H BEAM

H-500x300x10x15(mm)

STEEL SUB FRAME1” STEEL FRAME 2”

Mega Component-Chunk System This detail chunk model is to take a new approach to design development as it is conventionally understood in practice. I re-considered drawing in terms of plastic survey and magnetic resonance imaging, where things can be hacked apart, peeled away, cut away, sliced and exploded.

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Cuts will no longer be flat as in conventional plans and sections, but will be warped and active. I Attempted to combine multiple ontologies into the discussion, where things may be represented in terms of their profile, silhouette, internal organization, energy, action on other things, depletion, integration, and dis-integration all at the same time.


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CONNECTION RING

Build-Box 600x600x30(mm)

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MATT BLACK PANELS

Laser cut Anodize aluminum panel sSructural Taped on Z-clips and Locked on U-clips

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ROOF PANEL TRUSS H-300x300x10x15(mm) H-200x200x8x12(mm) Construction Layer 01

STELL PLATE

Hard Insulation Water Barrier

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CHROME BLACK PANELS

Laser cut Anodize aluminum panel sSructural Taped on Z-clips and Locked on U-clips

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CONNECTION RING

Build-Box 600x600x30(mm) Construction Layer 04_2

MATT BLACK PANELS

Laser cut Anodize aluminum panel sSructural Taped on Z-clips and Locked on U-clips

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CHROME BLACK PANELS

META-SEAM/SUPER-COMPONET

Laser cut Anodize aluminum panel sSructural Taped on Z-clips and Locked on U-clips

MATT BLACK PANELS

Laser cut Anodize aluminum panel sSructural Taped on Z-clips and Locked on U-clips

MATT BLACK PANELS

EXTRUDED SEAM FROM REFLECTION

Build-Box 600x600x30(mm)

CONNECTION RING

Laser cut Anodize aluminum panel Sructural Taped on Z-clips and Locked on U-clips

CHROME BLACK PANELS

Construction Layers + Materials

COMPOSITE PANELS FOR REFLECTION FROM ENVIRONMENT

Exploded Chunk Detail

PRIMARY STEEL STRUCTURE OF CHUNK

Laser cut Anodize aluminum panel Sructural Taped on Z-clips and Locked on U-clips

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Work 3 Academic / Design Studio / PennDesign

LIGHT INVOLUTION

New Typology of Skyscrapher with Multiple Facades & Novel Interiority

* Published in "Asset Architecture 1"

ARCH 703 Design Studio Instructor: Ali Rahim & Ferda Kolatan & Peter Trummer Classification: Academic /Group work Collaboration with Szu-An Yao Year: Fall 2014

Locaton: New York City, USA Area: 68,500 sqf Type: Office Floors: 75F, B3F Softwares: Rhinoceros, Maya, Maxwell Draft: Autocad, Illustrator, Photoshop Physical Model: Makerbot

In times of immense growth in capital due to economies in the world there is more capital than ever in the world today. While monetary capital has always played a significant role in determining the built environment, recent shifts in the character of global finance have resulted in a new relationship between investment practices and buildings. In this era, the growth of capital leads to affects in architecture and urbanism. New York City for example has 12 percent of its housing market vacant. That is a large number. Mega buildings are newly constructed as capital market logic. Buildings are getting denser and expanded, but are getting empty. That is, they can be called Ghosts or Zombies city. How can architecture take on this issue and be more in alignment of or critique architecture formed global capital markets?

Skyscraper consisting of partial buildings New skyscraper in new generation need to be re-conceptualized; "whole things are made of other whole things and not of parts." The massive skyscraper is not able to act by the whole any more, but the partial buildings should have their own personalities. Urban Asset : LIGHT & MULTIPLE FACADES The linear gaps happened as individual office buildings are astronomically collected, where indirect light comes in. In contrast with views in usual building, they share various facades since each buildings are very closely located. And with influx of lights, they can have quality of Novel Interior which enables our skyscraper to become New architectural typology as an Urban asset.

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Eastern Sub Core

Western Sub Core Main Core

Circulation for an Office Circulation from an office to an office Circulation for Public Facilities

Individual office prototype

The individual office building is comprise of 4~5 floors, where users organize their own space program by themselves. Inner facade is whole glazing system, while outsite is solid pannel for indirect light effect. The linear gaps happened as individual office buildings are astronomically collected, where indirect light come in. In contrast with views in usual building, they share various facades since each buildings are very closely located. And with influx of lights, they can have quality of Novel Interior which enables our skyscraper to become New architectural typology as an Urban asset.

Circulatioin & Zoning

03 Light Involution


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Elevation & Section

Variations in Interior spaces according to each individual offices - floated masses in the lobby on the ground, creating continuities by connectiong individual voumes

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Section B3F~18F 1. Entrance_Lobby 2. Street 3. Exhibition Gallery 4. Public Retail 5. Entrance 6. Auditorium

7. Office B Lounge 8. Office A Lobby 9. Office A Unit 10. Office C Unit 11. Lounge_Share Zone

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Mechnical Support Area

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Vertical Stairs from office to office Ventialation Grill Opening Circulation Tube Translucent Glass for Diffusing Light

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Section 40F~60F 1. Atrium 2. Office E Unit 3. Office F Lobby 4. Office E Conference 5. Office F Conference 6. Office G Unit

7. Atrium in Office G 8. Office G Sky Lounge 9. Auditorium

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Mechanical Support 6

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Circulation Tube

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Ventialtion Grill

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Academic Work | PennDesign Skyscraper consisting of partial buildings

New skyscraper in new generation need to be re-conceptualized; "whole things are made of other whole things and not of parts." The massive skyscraper is not able to act by the whole any more, but the partial buildings should have their own personalities.

Urban Asset : LIGHT & MULTIPLE FACADES

The linear gaps happened as individual office buildings are astronomically collected, where indirect light come in. In contrast with views in usual building, they share various facades since each buildings are very closely located. And with influx of lights, they can have quality of Novel Interior which enables our skyscraper to become New architectural typology as an Urban asset.

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Between Multiple Facades

Indirect light from the involuted gap between individual buildings is critical point for interiority in this new skyscrapher. Users in this building experience new atmosphere from the indirect light through multiple facades which is new typology in terms of view inside.

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Public bridge for circulation

Each building pieces are small program by itself. However, in order to exist as one building, it need to have publicity. The Bridge act as not only circulation, but als o public area for all users in the building.

03 Light Involution


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Physical Model Picture Scale 1:200 Size 42 X 21 inch

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Non-familiar Aperture

The formal expression of the built object is simultaneosly restrained and quirky. It sits on the site with floppy way as if curtain for the theater. Especially, front bottom elevation has unfamiliar aperture, which creates and completes a distinct graphic identity for the street landscape.


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Another scale effect in NYC

Its height is tall enough compared to other tower around, even the tallest one near the Central park. However, since their way of composition has difference emphasizing individuality of each pieces, it is more like vertical clustering, not just mega volumatic tower.

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Work 4 Academic / Design Studio / Ajou Univ.

URBAN BLUR

New Prototype of Complex for Residential & Commercial * Graduation Award with Excellent prize, 2005-2006 I looked for the place where a variety of urban infrastructures coexist in a metropolis like Seoul. In regard to this, ‘Dongdaemun Market’, one of the most famous markets, was the perfect place for the experiment on my architectural viewpoint. Through the medium which connected coexisting factors here such as cubic roads reinterpreted on the border where different programs meet, I tried to bestow a new order on the site.

Modeling Rhinoceros, Maya Rednering: Maxwell, Keyshot, Photoshop Draft: Autocad, Illustrator

Design Studio 5-6 Instructor: Myeong-Je Ahn (KIA) Classification: Academic / Individual work / Graduation work Year: Fall 2005 Locaton: Seoul, Korea Area: 23,755 sqm Type : Mixed-Use, Commercial, Residential Floor 9F, B2F


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DESCRIPTION: There was disappearance as well as appearance of many things due to its restoration. At the very site, the poor street vendors who had scraped bare living were threatened to lose their shelters and bases of livelihood under the name of urban development. At this, I tried to answer the question like what I could do for them. I came to know the backgrounds about the time, politics and economy here and made dozens of field investigation and surveys on behavior of the poor vendors, which motivated me to contemplate the mechanism for the balance between the interest of a society as a whole and the disadvantaged life of social underdogs, and to produce the “Ordered Mechanism_urban blur�, and I expected that there will be regeneration for new citizen lives and culture.

Phase 01: Located in the existing seven-story roadside Cheonggyecheon distribution of commercial buildings over 200m in length are a form of plate-shaped mass. This approach is limited in mass and one can not but stir the program. Thus, programs, people, and culture for a smooth communication system required. Phase 02: the phenomenon that many programs are superposed over the clear segment of the program complexity and can be equipped with a system that can be adjusted. Their respective mass manufacture, sale, distribution, and program for the meeting can be set. Phase 03: pre-existing sites and programs to promote diversity and to meet the basic framework is more than a three-dimensional system with the need to evolve a mechanism and the behavior of which can hold shift and public programs through a transparent band this can provide power to operate mluti-programs. This Band can be composed of exhibiton, restuarant, small shop and public space to meet differnet individuals.

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04 Urban Blur


Academic Work | Ajou Univ TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN Mixing commercial & residence 01.Manufacturing 02.Distribution 03. Production 04.Production Shop 05.Office 06.Exhibiton & Observatory corridor 07.Deck for Commercial 08. Deck for Residential 09. Residential Unit A 10. Residential Unit B

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Proposal of the NEW prototype of the complex for residential and commercial Part of the city's development paradigm is positive and the negative side coexist. The city is being restored Cheonggyecheon purification of livelihood but lived here for the original low-income traders lose their place in the midst of crisis. Lower part of the paradigm of traditional mixed-use high-rise residential and commercial facilities consisting of representatives of wealthy water. However, the level of housing for the underprivileged paradigm to pursue. Typical of this new mixed-use development on the back of the light the hidden dark areas can be a little light.

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Work 5 Academic / Competition

COORDINATING SYMBIOSIS Info-Data City For Prosumer

* Honored with Gold Prize, 2007

2007 Incheon Urban Design Competition Credit: Collaborated with 4 members as a team Leader: Sungjune Bae, Heejin Kim, Yeonhee Hoe, Hyojeong Nho Critic: Haeseong Je Classification: Academic / Group work Duration: May. 2007 - Oct. 2007 *Honored with Gold Prize Locaton: Incheon, Korea Type: Urban Design_ Commercial, Residential, Business center, Row Housing, Cultural facility Softwares: Form.Z, Sketchup, V-ray Draft: Autocad, Illustrator, Photoshop

What is new city’s paradigm? It’s a system which is able to control indiscrete expansion and contraction in urban. Thinking of urban boundary_ The new city should be able to form diverse interaction by comprising diverse hirachies’ spaces after escaping ununiform relation of masses which corresponding urban. Moreover, we have to create new program through the process of change from one-sided limited program to multidirectional interaction.


Academic Work | Ajou Univ The individual elements comprising urban structure show indiscreet and indeterminate situations, as even if having particular charatecristics. This phenomenon can be refered to spatial idiosyncrasy in current urban. The ‘New City’ which is to be organized and designed on historical district in Incheon should be becomed to the image to be able to create another obvious urban identity when thus identities are in harmony. The city, urban, architectural installations and places will play the role COORDINATING diverse urban entities, forming new urban paradigm and leading rapid change in urban.

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Adding to INFO DATA, the program spot is appeared near context of the site. These spots will control their location and territory depending on structural system and function of the site, which harmony with the existing city.

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DATA is more personal belongings is not provided by unconditionally INFRA nor to the public one, not the city by moving consumer goods production, and serves as the capital. And we have termed these cities DATA CITY. In Incheon Station to be a new plan, visitors can visit the three cities to buy INFORMATION magnetic information provided by the consumer and the seller of the cities around them, and the city is provided by a variety of producers INFORMATION, DATA, and these roles are active INFRA has been growing constitute the entire city goes .

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Growth for the city: In order to be sustainable, the city should grow over time, as if the organisms be grown. Flecibility in the city: The city is a where different people are gathered and acts diverse activities. Thus, each elements of the city should be more flexible to accomodate diverse features of the city rather than be definite.


Work 6 Academic / Research / PennDesign

ARCH 744-401 Digital Fabrication Instructor: Ferda Kolatan Classification: Academic / Group work Year: Spring 2015

WALL OF GROTESQUES Hard-Boiled Wonderland Wall

A strange and dreamlike novel, its chapters alternate between two bizarre narratives — "HardBoiled Wonderland" (a science-fiction part) and "The End of the World" (a surreal part). The evennumbered chapters deal with a newcomer to "The End of the World", a strange, isolated Town, depicted in the frontispiece map as being surrounded by a perfect and impenetrable wall …..His Shadow has been "cut off" and this Shadow lives in the "Shadow Grounds" where he is not expected to survive the winter. Residents of the Town are not allowed to have a shadow, and, it transpires, do not have a mind.

Murakami Haruki’s Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World

Locaton: None Area: None Type: Facade reinterpreted Size: 3F-4F

Softwares: Rhinoceros, Maya, Maxwell Draft: Autocad, Illustrator, Photoshop Physical Model: Makerbot


Academic Work | PennDesign Gesù Nuovo, Naples, Italy (1750) Dematerialization‐Awkward Scale Characterized by the pyramid‐shaped ashlar stones on its façade, whose carvings are said to be esoteric symbols

Awkward Symmetry

Overall façade designed based on the symmetry. Simple relationship with 6 windows and boundary conditions.

Unique façade

The façade is not flat like most other churches, but covered in mini pyramid shapes made of stone projected out from the surface. The architecture is unique in its simple facade comparing to other architecture in the Baroque. There are pulled out elements mostly for the decorations. There is a hybrid of simple geometric shapes such as triangle, square, and circle and it harmonizes and creates interesting shades and patterns.

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Pliable branch– Organic, Light, Pliable Structure

The contemporary constructive logic, human-made structure, that is more liked rigid in terms of structural and aesthetical aspect. Otherwise, the Fundamental of structure system in nature world is very pliable one as well as they also purse a kind of firmness to sustain from forces like gravity, which is our aesthetic quality of the structure system.

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Hard Cunk

To bring a feeling of hardness from the precedent study of Gesu nuovo, we created variable hard chunk and carved in intaglio and relief. It results in having a shadow and light effect as well as creating a hardness wall.


Digital Fabricaton

Frame Division + Bolting System

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Characteristic Aggressive wall - hardness Triangulated Shadow – assembly of individual shadows Pyramid shaped component - 3 dimensional components Brutal material – Stone Object-ness and object relationship Wall getting an object-ness through designing certain boundary profiles, rather than a Field-type, endless wall Aperture getting an object-ness through emphasizing the window profile. Weird proportion of openings – Window size becoming bigger from bottom to top Construction / Fabrication All organization of wall was fabricated based on stacking technique on simple grid frame

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Maintaining object-ness of individual wall elements such as wall, apertures and structure is key to generate an weird wall-ness which has a strange atmosphere come from distinct treatments of scale, texture and shape. And the way of combining object is supposed to be involved with exaggerating each characteristic, rather than reducing the quality of object-ness. -Wonder Wall-

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Work 7 Professional / Tomoon Architects

TRINITY

The Korea Teachers Pension Head office

* Competition_Winner, 2011 * Completion of Construction, 2014

Position: Project Lead Designer Location: Naju, Korea Working Period: Dec.2010 April.2011 Working Scope: 2D Drawing, 3D Modeling, Overal Exterior design, Management, Rendering Project Architect: Yeol Park Company: Tomoon Type: Headqauter, Office Area: 9,916.84 sqm Floors: 11F, B1F

The new office building of The Korea Teachers Pension Head Office is the trinity in pursuits of a stable future of teachers through organic connection of three bodies(Teachers, The Korea Teachers Pension Head Office, and the Country). The building stands at the intersection of two axes, configured to the street that offers the greatest abundance of sunlight and ventilation. The continuous volume of the lower levels is transformed in lines and sections within the tower and becomes a part of the Eco Smart Skin.


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Site Plan Concept A fuction which is determined by building condition and site context is an access from the north and recognition of image as symbol from a corner. Moreover, it should play a role a pleasant environmet to office program with southern location. The edge of the mass that flows meet and loover design should be considered in order to fulfill motif of this design concept and program of the building. Even though the programs are divided by podium and tower, the surface and the volume have to be maintained infinte.

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Physical Model

Size 12 X 20 X 19 inch

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The nonlinear podium intentionally leads visitors to inside, improving structural continuity and finish of the Urban Fabric of the innovative city while responding to the urban axis. Such circulation adds dynamic energy and continuity to the urban context and accentuates. The podium that acts as the entrance to the building is an extension of the urban axis that extends the urban context of Naju into the offices. This move accentuates the visual recognition of the urban landmark as an intrinsic part of the city. The building stands at the intersection of two axes, configured to the street that offers the greatest abundance of sunlight and ventilation.

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Professional Work | Tomoon Architects

The main entrance is placed through the open square in the east of the site, where the landscape is well harmonized with the water. The lower levels accommodate a promotion hall, customer service room, multi-functional all and sports facilities, in connection with the outdoor space known as the harmony court and Green Culture Slope in the south. The continuous volume of the lower levels is transformed in lines and sections within the tower and becomes a part of the Eco Smart Skin.

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Work 8 Professional / Tomoon Architects

MUNHAK SWIMMING STADIUM Swimming Pool Arena for 2014 Incheon Asian Game

* Competition_Winner, 2009 * Completion of Construction, 2014

Position: Project Lead Designer Location: Naju, Korea Working Period: June. 2009 -

July. 2010

Working Scope: Concept Design, Design Develop, 3D Modeling, Structural Facade , Management, Rendering Project Architect: Sooyeol Lee Company: Tomoon Architects Type: Sports Facility, Stadium Area: 9,916.84 sqm Floors: 3F, B1F

What we consider in this site? The cluster of Munhak stadium is one of the palce in which citizen in Incheon has came frequently. Moreover, the site is located in front of the entrance of the cluster. Thus, New Moonhak swimming pool will be a symbol representing surrounding envrionment and familiar to residence near the site. Another thing that we do not forget is that the characteristic of the site is situated at corner of crossroad. This tell us that oblique axis which connecting entire Munhak cluster is significant element for access of recognition of visitors to the stadium. There are another schedule to be constructed Sunhak stadium oppisite side. Our site should play a role in leading extensive cluster of stadiums as a core.


Professional Work | Tomoon Architects 90

2F Level Floor Plan_Entrance Level for Visitors

1. Three dimensional pedestrian circulation : Separting circulation of each facilities according to type of users. 2. Circulation of access connecting with main pedestrian circulation of exsiting stadiums in Munhak cluster. 1F : plan of main entrance for athletic player / operator / broadcastor 2F : plan of main entrance for visitors Jaeho Jin

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Logitundinal Section

Transverse Section 08 Munhak Swimming Stadium


Professional Work | Tomoon Architects

Interval space making by 2 surfaces directs divers events as meeting nature and culture. The space is a road for entrance from outdoor space as well as promenade to be able to take a walk. In addition, the road in triangle frames play a role as a exhibition corridor to recall history of the stadium and memory, and play a role as a resting deck and observatory to look outside scene, so which is called ‘Blue Corridor�.

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2F Main Lobby Rendering View_2009

08 Munhak Swimming Stadium


Professional Work | Tomoon Architects

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Bird eye View_2009

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The idea of leading cluster of Munhak to a place of community is a Double skin which has triangle pattern like a group of fishes. An inner surface made by polycarbonate and outermost surface, finishing material, which is made by steel triangle structure are bring people in Incheon pride visually. Also, it is a gift that give them diverse pleasures in the stadium and interval space-gap between inner surface and outer surface.

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Exterior Photograph: Completion of Construction_2014

Exterior Photograph: Completion of Construction_2014

08 Munhak Swimming Stadium


Professional Work | Tomoon Architects Structural Frame Constrcution_2013.0307

Finishing Material Construction_2013.0524

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Exterior Photograph: Completion of Construction_2014

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Exterior Photograph: Completion of Construction_2014

08 Munhak Swimming Stadium


Professional Work | DA Group

Work 9 Professional / DA Group Architects

U.PLATFORM

UNIST, Ulsan science and technology Univesity Masterplan

* Competition_3rd Place, 2013 Position: Project Lead Designer Working Period: April.2013 June.2013 Working Scope: Concept Design, Site Plan, 2D Drawing, 3D Modeling, Elevation Design with sustainable environmental factors Project Architect: Sanghyuk Lee Company: DA Group Location: Ulsan, Korea Type: Educational Facilities Area: 27,000 sqm Floors: 6F, B1F

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Masterplan: Model picture Educational environment for Communication + Amalgamation 99

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Logitundinal Section 09 U.Platform


Professional Work | DA Group Plan QWL+Educational Facilities 100

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Work 10.1 Professional / Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture Internship

EXPO 2020 MOBILITY PAVILION, DUBAI Location: Dubai, UAE Type: Exhibition Pavilion Area: 18,750 sqm Floors: 3F, B1F

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Working Scope: Schematic Massing Modeling with Maya & Rhino Schematic Floor plans and Section with AutoCad and Rhinoceros Jaeho Jin


Plan Concept & Develop The main form of the building is an efficient shell layer that shades and protects the program spaces within and also provides renewable energy generation, daylight mediation, natural ventilation, physical movement and digital information display. The protected interior form is independent of the shell to allow for the dynamic movement of visitors throughout the three exhibition levels via ramps that form the interior atrium space linking the ideas of movement, connectivity and speed at various scales of visitor experience.

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Work 10.2 Professional / Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Internship

214 WEST 57TH & 58TH STREET, RESIDENCE ENTRY, NEW YORK, NY Location: New York City, NY Type: Mixed Use, Residential

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Working Scope: Residential Lobby Light Fixture Design, 2D Drawing for Detail Section & floor Plans, Rendering, Revit Documentation Jaeho Jin


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Gasan Digital District, Seoul, Korea Project Designer 02/2013~03/2013 | copyright to DA Group Architects

Hanhwa Galleria Department Store Renovation, Seoul, Korea Project Designer 06/2013~07/2013 | copyright to DA Group Architects

Ramada Hotel, Jeju, Korea Project Main Designer 12/2012~01/2013 | copyright belong to DA Group Architects

Howard Johnson Hotel, Seoul, Korea Project Main Designer 02/2013~03/2013 | copyright belong to DA Group Architects

Magok E-Land Educational Research Center Seoul, Korea Project Designer 09/2012~10/2012 | copyright belong to DA Group Architects

National Information Society Agency Headquater, Jeju, Korea Project Main Designer 10/2012~12/2012 | copyright to DA Group Architects

Public Prosecutors' Office [Eastern Branch of Seoul], Korea Project Designer 08/2013~10/2012 | copyright belong to DA Group Architects

Olympic village Master plan, Jincheon, Korea Project Designer 05/2012~08/2012 | copyright to DA Group Architects


Foreign Language High School, Sejong City, Korea Project Main Designer 08/2010~11/2010 | copyright to Tomoon Architects

Provinvial Government Office Buildings, Gyeongbuk, Korea Project Designer 01/2010~03/2010 | copyright to Tomoon Architects

The National Museum of Modern Art, Seou, Korea Junior Designer 12/2009~02/2010 | copyright to Tomoon Architects

Incheon Asian game Volleyball stadium, Korea Junior Designer 08/2009~11/2009 | copyright to Tomoon Architects

Yongsan National Military Service Facility, Seoul, Korea Junior Designer 03/2009~06/2009 | copyright to Tomoon Architects

The Naval Academy Bldg., Jinhae, Korea Junior Designer 09/2008~11/2008 | copyright to Tomoon Architects

Gwangju Cultural Community Center Junior Designer 03/2008~05/2008 | copyright to Tomoon Architects

Provinvial Government Office Buildings, Chungnam, Korea Junior Designer 01/2008~02/2008 | copyright to Tomoon Architects

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JAEHO J I N 4247 Locust St #814, Philadelphia, PA 19104 215.375.4022 | jinjaeho@gmail.com

EDUCATION 2014~2016

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PennDesign, School of Design Master of Architecture ll

2006~2008

AJOU UNIVERSITY Graduate school of Ajou University, South Korea Master of Engineering in Architecture

2001~2006

AJOU UNIVERSITY Department of Architecture, South Korea Bachelor of Engineering in Architecture l Graduated with honors

PROFESSIONAL 06. 2015~08. 2015

ADRIAN SMITH + GORDON GILL, Chicago, IL | Summer Internship -Participation in the schematic design, 3D modeling, physical modeling and preparation of drawing set for the EXPO 2020 MOBILITY PAVILION, DUBAI -Participation in the Modification for Residence Entry of Extell tower at 214 WEST 57TH & 58TH STREET, working Residential Lobby Light Fixture Design, 2D Drawing for Detail Section & floor Plans, Rendering, Revit

05. 2012~08. 2013

DA GROUP Urban Design & Architecture, Seoul, South Korea | Project Designer -Project Designer for numerous design competition entries including a number of winning and placing entries. Typical competition responsibilities include project design, primary systems, concept design, space planning, consultant coordination, and team management. Winning competition entries include: RAMADA HOTEL in Jeju, HOWARD JOHNSON Hotel in Seoul, Gasan Digital District in Seoul.

01. 2008~05. 2011

TOMOON Architects & Engineering, Seoul, South Korea | Project Designer & Junior Designer -Junior Designer as well as Project Lead Designer for numerous design competition entries including a number of winning and placing entries, Typical competition responsibilities include project design, primary systems, development of concept design, rendered 3D models, physical model, and AutoCAD drawing plans and sections. Representative Projects include: The Korea Teachers Pension Head Office(2011), Munhak Swimming Stadium(2009)

06. 2007~08. 2007

SAMOO Architects, Seoul, South Korea | Summer Internship -Participation in the schematic design, 3D modeling, physical modeling and preparation of drawing set for the Relocating Headquarters of Korea Express way Corporation

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE 06. 2007 08. 2006~12. 2006 03. 2006~06. 2006 03. 2005~03, 2005 03. 2007~12. 2007 05. 2005~present

SDW(SAMOO Desing Workshop), June 2007 Teaching Assistant for Design Studio 1, Instructor Byungho Min (Fall 2006, Ajou University) Teaching Assistant for Design Studio 6, Instructor Yongkwon Kim (Spring 2007, Ajou University) Graduation Exhibition Design Coordinatior (Fall 2005, Ajou University) A Student Representative of Graduate School, Ajou Univ. Academic Organization: Urban Design and Urban Development (2006~present)


JAEHO JIN |

4247 Locust St #814, Philadelphia, PA 19104 215.375.4022 | jinjaeho@gmail.com

HONORS l AWARDS 2014~2015 08. 2014 09. 2007 06. 2007 10. 2006 09. 2006 04. 2006 11. 2005 10. 2005 07. 2005 02. 2005

University of Pennsylvania Academic Scholarship 3rd place digi-blast competition l distinguished work in PPD student of PennDesign 2nd prize, Incheon Urban Design Competition Mentioned, Do.Co.Mo.Mo Korea Design Competition 1st prize, Solar Energy Architectural Competition Mentioned, Housing Architectural Competition Research Assistant Academic Fellowship 3rd prize, Gyeong-Ki Architectural Competiton (KIA) Exellent work(3rd prize), Ajou University Graduation Award 3rd prize, Steel Structure Architectural Competition (Posco) Honorable mention, Ideal Architecture Award PUBLICATIONS l EXHIBITIONS

12.2015 05.2015 09. 2011 08. 2011 02. 2008 09. 2006

Pressing Matters Publicatoin_"Involuted figures & Black Holes" | University of Pennsylvania PennDesgn Year End Show | University of Pennsylvania Tomoon Works for 20th Anniverssary l ISBN 978-89-951687-3-8 The Korea Teachers Pension head Office, Naju, Korea l ft. in Archdaily, Concept, CA A Study on Standing Pattern of Activities in Pedestrian way of Urban Housing District l A Database in the National Library of Korea For period of unification in Korea, seeking for direction of new housing(Namnam Buknyeo) l Seowon Gallery, Seoul

COMPUTER & OHER SKILLS 3D Modeling Parametric Modeling Physical Modeling Drafting Rendering Others

l Rhino 3D, Maya, ZBrush, Sketchup, Form.Z l Rhino Grasshopper, Rhino Python Script l 3D printing, Laser cutting, CNC milling l AutoCAD, Revit l Maxwell render, Vray render, KeyShot render, MentalRay render l Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, After Effects, Microsoft Office

LANGUAGES Korean (Native), English (Proficient)

STUDIO REFERENCES Ali Rahim

Contemporary Architecture Practice http://www/c-a-p.net Professor of Architecture, Director of PPD Design Studio Instructor, Fall 2014 ali.rahim@c-a-p.net, c. 917.700.2376 Thom Mayne

Morphosis , Principal http://morphosis.com Distinguished Professor at UCLA Design Studio Instructor, Fall 2015 thom@morphosis.net

Tom Wiscombe

Tom Wiscombe Architecture, Principal http://www.tomwiscombe.com Undergraduate Program Chair at SCI-ARC Design Studio Instructor, Spring 2015 tom@tomwiscombe.com, c. 213.842.3894


JAEHO J I N UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PENNDESIGN | THE SCHOOL OF DESIGN MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE ll JINJAEHO@GMAIL.COM | 215.375.4022

Portfolio 2015 Jaeho Jin  

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