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jaeyeong

yang

master of

architecture

university of california

berkeley


“Life is perpetually creative because...... pursuing its adventure of expression in the varied forms of self-realization.”

self-realization.”

bindranath Tagore -

- Rabindranath Tagore -

At the first day, when I made up my mind on exploring the Architecture. 01


Education Aug. 2009 - May. 2011

University of California, Berkeley

Graduate School of Environmental Design Master of Architecture, Major : Architectural Design Sep. 2007 - Dec. 2008

Dankook University, Seoul, Korea

Department of Architecture Master of Science Program, Major : Architectural Design Feb. - Jun. 2007

Kyungpook National University, Daegu, Korea

School of Architecture and Civil Engineering Master of Engineering Program, Major : Architectural Design Feb. 2007

Sogang University, Seoul, Korea

Bachelor of Science, Major : Life Science College of Natural Science

Exhibition and Award

YANG, JaeYeong

566-8, Sinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea

afinsnow@hanmail.net

Mar. 2011

Annual Berkeley Graduate Exhibition Theme of Project: Force makes Form

Mar. 2009

The 2nd Design Competition for Sustainable Design in Architecture, Korea 4th Prize, Theme : Sustainable Elementary School Design, Collaboration Work

Jun. 2008

Docomomo Competition, Korea

Theme : The conservation and utilization of power plant in Danginri

Other Experience Jan. - Dec. 1999

Math Teacher, Sigma Math Academy(Private institute), Seoul Teaching math to high school students

1998 - 2003

Personal Math Tutor

Teaching math to middle and high school students

Certificate of Qualification Jun. 2003

National Technical Qualification Certificate

Certificate of Engineer Information Processing, Certificate Number : 03201022046H

Public Services Activities Apr. 2004 - Apr. 2006

Military Service in Korea Army, a Headquarters Battalion at 35 Division

Private to Sergeant, Military Occupational Speciality : Human Resource Administration

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Work Experience Feb. - Nov. 2012

Gensler, San Francisco • North 1st Campus Project, San Jose, CA, (Sep.-Nov.2012) Spec Office Campus Design Participated in the entire process of Schematic design

• 690 Pohukaina Project, Honolulu, HA, (Jul.-Aug.2012) High Rise Residence Design Participated in the entire process of Schematic design

• 6701 San Pablo Project, Berkeley, CA, (Jul.2012) Commercial Building Renovation Performed Lobby Design

• 222 Second Street Project, San Francisco, CA, (Apr.-Jun.2012) High Rise Building Design Performed Building Core Strategy Planning

• Coleman Highline Project, San Jose, CA, (Apr.2012) Industrial Campus Design Performed 3D modeling & Detailing, and Visualization

• Urban Resort Project, Waikiki, HA, (Feb.-Mar.2012) Mixed Use High Rise Tower Design Participated in the entire process of Schematic design Jun. 2011 - Jan. 2012

Anderson Anderson Architecture, San Francisco • Triumph Power Pod (Mobile Modular Space) Project, (Nov.2011-Jan.2012) Performed 3D modeling & Detailing, Rendering and Animation Making

• Residence Design Project, Wassaic, New York, (Sep.-Oct.2011) Performed 3D modeling & Detailing, Rendering and Animation Making

• Residence Design Project, California, (Jul.-Aug.2011) Performed Physical Modeling, 3D modeling & Detailing, Rendering and Animation Making Mar. - Jun. 2007

Architectural Design Lab, Kyungpook National University, Assistant Designer • Wooson Gallery Project (Master Architect/Professor : Jeong-Ho, Lee) Participated in the entire process of design Performed Physical Modeling, Draft Drawing, 3D Modeling

Key Skills 3D & Rendering – Autodesk Revit Architecture / Sketch-Up / Rhinoceros / V-Ray Drafting & 2D Tools – AutoCAD / Photoshop CS / Illustrator CS / InDesign CS etc – Adobe Premiere Pro CS / Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) 03

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Works while studying at

University of California, Berkeley 2009

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2011,

2 Years Program

NEW HEAVENS HOUSE

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EQUATORIAL HANDY SUN DIAL_ AE - I

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MUSEUM_PERU_LIMA

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UN OBJET_ AE - II

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PARK-FROMED DISTRICT OFFICE_THESIS

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ENORMOUS PLASTIC RAIN FLOWER_ AE - III

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NEW HEAVENS HOUSE Case Study in Design, Fall Semester, 2010 Berkeley, CA

Annual Berkeley Graduate Exhibition, Spring Semester, 2011

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Residence Design Project

2nd Gesture : Preventing the Direct Sun Light It is necessary to design a way to prevent the sun light from adversely affecting human sight, as well as to devise a structure to filter the sun light into the space. Another environmental feature of the site is the huge gap of daily temperature through a year. The distinctive climate property at Berkeley, in the Bay Area, is quite a big gap of daily temperature, about 10℃ (18 ℉ ). Unlike most o big cities has affected by the heat island effect, because of the sea, the temperature change in the Bay area is very rapid as well as very sensitive to the sun light. For instance, at Berkeley, a foggy day in summer is chilly, while on the contrary, a sunny day in winter is warm. Consequently, the energy generated from the temperature change equals a significant difference in sun light power. Through analyzing this sensitive relation between the temperature and the sun light, I decided to use the force from the increase of the kinetic energy of gas moleculess—gas expansion force caused by increasing temperature—in to activate mechanical window blinds for blocking the west sun light from penetrating into the space. The built-in air cylinder at the front side of the building can generate enough power to activate the entire window blind system for the building. The energy is provided from temperature increase as well as radiation from the sun penetrating through the transparent cover of the gas cylinder. Case Study in Design_University of California, Berkeley_Fall Semester, 2010

Annual Berkeley Exhibition, 2011

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Residence Design Project

Interior Scene I : Equinox Date

Case Study in Design_University of California, Berkeley_Fall Semester, 2010

Annual Berkeley Exhibition, 2011

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NEW HEAVENS HOUSE

Interior Scene II : Filtered Light by Scattering Face

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Focus Flexibility to apply at any place Easiness to use & Recycled Materials By giving a mobility to a Equatorial Sundial which is easier to use with matching the latitude, it was designed for a Equatorial handy Sundial which has a easier and flexible application at any place. In addition, in order to make it easily by anyone, the materials of the Sundial consist of the recycled one.

Principle of Equatorial Sun Dial The gnomon is parallel to the earth’s N-S axis. Dial plate lies in the plane of the equator, perpendicular to the gnomon.

Energy and Environment, Spring Semester, 2010

University of California, Berkeley

ARCHITECTURAL EXPERIMENT - I

EQUATORIAL HANDY SUNDIAL Open the upper part of the bottle and fix it by using the elastic string

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Hour marks should be evenly spaced at 15Ëš

Rub the South pole of the magnet on the red part of a sheet of steel --> Making the iron plate to a compass

Figure out the true north (The true north depends on the location) Matching the direction of the true north and the vertical line (between gnomon and Noon) of the dial plate

Matching the latitude (by using the semicircular protractor and thread with hanged weight)

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LIMA, PERU Field Trip, Spring Semester, 2010

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‘Peru is a country where reminds us, not of its physical, economical or numerical attributes. It remind us, of their historical and mysterious ruins as well as of their amazing nature properties derived from the Andes Mountains.’

MUSEUM Lima, Peru Case Study in Design, Spring Semester, 2010

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Museum Design Project

Perspective

Weaving ‘Peru’... Structure Case Study in Design_University of California, Berkeley_Spring Semester, 2010

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Museum Design Project

Physical Model

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Perspective View from Under Bridge Portion Interior View

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Un Objet ARCHITECTURAL EXPERIMENT - II

Introduction to Structures, Fall Semester, 2009

Collaboration Work with Kylie Han

University of California, Berkeley

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DISTRICT OFFICE SEOUL, KOREA for securing Urban Green Park

Thesis, Spring Semester, 2011, University of California, Berkeley

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Abstract

PARK-FORMED DISTRICT OFFICE

This thesis focuses on integrating highly accessible urban parks with Seoul’s existing district administration offices, by designing a ‘Multi Dimensional City Park’ district office form to overcome the current lack of urban parks in Seoul, Korea. Currently, South Korea has a problem with securing more public rest and welfare places to balance the present high pressure economic level with the welfare level of the people. Nevertheless, because of Seoul’s current circumstance, including but not limited to high density and land price, the acquisition of highly accessible urban parks both easily visited and routinely enjoyed by the people in their daily lives is very difficult. However, by integrating the district office site, which has the proper conditions required for an urban green park, with the additional green space program, a park-formed district office capable of containing both functions of park and general district office emerges. This integration of both programs posits a plausible solution for Seoul’s urban park dilemma. However, this plan is subject to the priority of offering open space with an ecologically natured environment, as a major balancing factor for urban park among high-rise buildings in Seoul. Consequently, in order to secure maximum area of green open space, the issue of arranging many portions of the district office programs below the green park layer is unavoidable. The ultimate priority of this plan is a proposal for a ‘Multi Dimensional City Park’ form district office, exploring an appropriate design strategy that offers both a fine working condition for public office employees and a pleasant urban park harmonized with the site context.

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Issue : Lack of Urban Green Park

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Multi Dimensional City Park Design Project

CIRCULATION

PROGRAMS

GREEN PADS

STRUCTURE Column

Parking Strategy

Water Circulation

Stairwell

Administration Office + General Petition

Core

Elevator

Council + Public Health

Truss

Central Garden Ramp

Public Welfare

Truss Plate

Perimetric Ramp

Public Rally

MORPHOGENESIS

Thesis_University of California, Berkeley_Spring Semester, 2011

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PARK-FORMED DISTRICT OFFICE

Aerial View

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Multi Dimensional City Park Design Project

Thesis_University of California, Berkeley_Spring Semester, 2011

Sectional Perspective - I

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PARK-FORMED DISTRICT OFFICE

Perspective View from Ground Level

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Multi Dimensional City Park Design Project

Interior View from Vertical Green Garden

Thesis_University of California, Berkeley_Spring Semester, 2011

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PARK-FORMED DISTRICT OFFICE Sectional Perspective - II

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Multi Dimensional City Park Design Project

Physical Model

The required conditions for urban parks in Seoul are high accessibility, balanced distribution and appropriate area. And the existing district sites with all those attributes are optimal places to plant the needed urban parks in Seoul. Moreover, the concept of ‘Multi Dimensional City Park’, capable of performing two functions, a park and a district office, is a reasonable approach to secure the needed urban park while maintaining the district office site. Finally, in order to plan a proper type of the ‘Multi Dimensional City Park’ on district office site, the ‘Mass/Form’ strategy in three dimensions was suggested. It illustrates the mass/form changes to satisfy both functions for the park and the district office. Through this spatial organization, it is possible to achieve a reasonable layout of the required programs. Since the area of the Dongjak district office site is smaller than the average of all district office sites, it required that the program layout had to be planned in vertical and condensed way. It means that other district office forms maybe designed using a same strategy developed in this thesis. Therefore, the size of the district office site and the site context are the main factors affecting the program layout and the form of the entire structure. The strategy in this thesis, to plan a prototype ‘Multi Dimensional City Park’ with a district office, can be a positive solution to overcome the current lack of urban parks in Seoul, Korea.

University of California, Berkeley Committee in charge: Professor Fraker, Harrison S Chair Professor Anderson, Mark S Professor Southworth, Michael Spring 2011

Thesis_University of California, Berkeley_Spring Semester, 2011

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ENORMOUS PLASTIC RAIN FLOWER

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CATCHMENT

CANTILEVER

FILTRATION

STORAGE

This enormous plastic rain flower from plastic water bottles, sugared beverage containers, and other scrap plastic constructions that could be used for cap-

EPRF turing and purifying rainwater.

ARCHITECTURAL EXPERIMENT - III COLLABORATION WORK Fall Semester, 2009, University of California, Berkeley Special Topics in Construction and Materials

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STUDIO UC Berkeley

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Works while studying at

Korea 2007

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2009

OSMOSIS

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SUSTAINABLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

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DICHOTOMOUS COEXIST

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WOOSON GALLERY - I

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RESIDENCE RENOVATION

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HOUSE STUDY FOR FATHER

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anginri placed at the side of the Han River flowing through the inland from east to west as a contacting site with other countries and ground of interchange and the centripetal place. It has entered upon a new turning point when it is being expected of source of power to lead a big city like Seoul and image of Seoul in the future taking advantages of superior factors, such as the natural topography and geographical feature at the beginning of 20th century.

mercial space so that the artistic color of original Hongik Univ’s culture is faded. This situation means that HUCA’s cycle  would become decline. Moreover, awaking the Han River’s historical ability which has come to sleeping period could increase the narrow range of cycle, and eventually, it would be the most powerful catalyst that improves the growth cycle of city.

HUCA until now. And then, there can be calming effect on present uniform situation of HUCA which is caused by weak economic ability, and breathes new economic force into the Danginri which has been stagnant in the city. Finally, these inflow, other word, increased positive activities could be another factor to recover Han river’s status as living and community place.

Therefore, it could be recognized that increasing the vitality of city depends on Danginri’s revival, continuing of the growth of HUCA, and enlargement of Han river’s ability. And the hence processing aspects of three separated cycles rely on which proposal we would suggest at this point of time.

 This method and processing are like ‘Osmosis’, that is to say, ‘The phenomenon is that solvent in low density solute moves into high density solute. The solute is liken to art contents from HUCA, the solvent is liken to a floating population or commercial space or economical causing factors. And then, an inflow of solvent by this processing could perform as the new solute for drawing in various potentiality of Han river by inducing positive activity on the riverside.

Urban Scenario_Power Plant Renovation _ Seoul, Korea

Co-Growing Cycle by

OSMOSIS Danginri, which has been the source of change and supported the creation and expansion of the new positions to prompt the growth of cities, has existed, playing the original role and performing the duty faithfully. But, city’s new subcenter(esp. Shinchon which consists of universities- the area of Hongik university’s culture which was derived from the art that is major academic source of Hongik Univ, is located nearby Danginri), it has offered the economic profit and development, and it follows that all the forces generated from the secondary growth were enough to turn people’s eyes away from Danginri. And finally rising of the environment problem in the eighties has not only degenerated Danginri into the hatred problem maker of city but it has also become estranged from people’s touches and eyes while being forced to sacrifice its historical function of active place for people’s life by a country. In this case, how can we find the positive conclusion for the four aspects, growth of the city, more closely, expansion of Hongik Univ’s culture area, Danginri standing at the crossroads of its existence being left alone at the dark side, and Han river which has lost  its values into passive composition factor of city? We need to focus on the growth and expanding of Hongik Univ’s culture area and the changing ability of Han river with the present phase of Danginri’s life cycle which meets the end of its life. From the graph, we could infer the present aspects of Danginri which gets to lowest point of the cycle, HUCA which arrives in the summit point through the development, and the reduction of the Han River’s various tolerance abilities. We have to consider the phenomenon that the art spaces are expelled from HUCA  because of the weak economic ability comparing with that of com39

2008 Docomomo Competition

Through these logical approaching which is derived from the whole Synopsis(the theory of ‘A city is just like an organic body’), we would give positive effect to growth of city by groping complementary living of Danginri, HUCA, and Han river together. This disputed point could be solved by next sequenced causality. First of all, for realizing complementary living together, it is not the method to transplant new contents but give the shelters` to art spaces which are expelled from HUCA but lead the beginning and growth of

Therefore, by overcoming this situations which consist of the suffering of Danginri and the surroundings, we would give some positive stimulation to the vitality and cycle of city macroscopically. Nothing but if we could understand suffering to grow the cycle of city by creating something new, ‘Preserved reform’ will be a more valuable method which can bring up with minimum pain. ‘Preserved reform’ would present the supporting and buffering space to enlarge the range of cycle reaching limit point, and finally, it could relate to these three elements of city which have no relations each other  before, and realize the reason of living together.


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s a donor, Danginri gives shelter to art spaces which has been expelled from

HUCA so that it can induce high density of art spaces, and the result causes the improvement of economy and cognition. Moreover, this processing would lead to extend the life cycle of HUCA as the base of creating art and culture in Seoul, and have a value for achieving the hope of Danginri to recover status as the trigger of growth, the starting point of modern times, and the most active place.

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4th Prize_The 2nd Design Competition for Sustainable Design in Architecture_2009

Sustainable Elementary School Design _ Daejeon_Korea

SUSTAINABLE SYSTEM DESIGN Designing ‘Reflecting Blind’ to get the sun light from the north side. This helps absorbing the refelcting light from the north side so that it can save more electic energy for interior light. Applying ‘Inclined ceiling’ and ‘Reflecting shelf’ in order to resolve the gap of illuminance in the class room as well as to save the lighting energy.

SOLAR PANEL & VACUUM-TYPED SOLAR THERMAL COLLECTING SYSTEM

REFLECTING BLIND

The combination between the inclined ceiling and reflecting shelf offers the balanced illuminance through reflecting the sun light into the deep inside the classroom. The entire information of using and producing the electricity is opened and used for education. The vacuum-typed thermal collecting system can heat the water temperature up.

ECO LIGHTING

NOON, WINTER SOLSTICE

WEST

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NOON, WINTER SOLSTICE

EAST


B1

1F

The air can be cool down by the water-cooled system with using the slope type ceiling. The heat generator on the unshading position transfers the radiant heat to inside air.

ECO COOLING & WARMING

HEAT E XC

3F

HANGE PIPE

GEO-THERMAL HEAT PUMP SYSTEM

2F

Designing the horizontal boring-typed geothermal system for improving the efficiency. After heat exchange of rail water by the horizontal pipes ‘10m’ underground, this exchanged water is used as a medium of the heat pump in the heat accumulating tank. This way is relatively free from the ground water pollution.

4F

5F

NORTH

SOUTH

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DICHOTOMOUS COEXIST

SITE

Architectural Design-5, Fall Semester, 2007 Gangnam, SEOUL

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GANGNAM BROADWAY

EMBRACING CONTEXT


Commercial Building Design Project

Architectural Design - 5_Dangook University_Fall Semester, 2007

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Private Gallery Design Project

above Mondrian When I designed the facade of building, I applied Mondrian’s pictures characteristics of ‘Le Neo Plasticisme’ to express purely objective reality based on the most simple harmonious basis. Whereas Modrian used primary colors mainly in his expression, I tried to design the facade of 3-dimension gallery with  maximized three-dimensional effect through the density of concrete’s gray tone and the difference of textures.

WOOSON GALLERY - I Design Seminar, Spring Semester, 2007 DAEGU, KOREA

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Design Seminar_Kyungpook National University_Spring Semester, 2007

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3F

4F

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WOOSON GALLERY - I

EPISODE In two month after I started learning ‘Architecture’, I’ve met a wonderful opportunity to do real desgin work. An outsourcing work to professor began in the form of competition in the study. A landlord of building who loved art works wanted a gallery type building with a cafeteria and small stage. All members of the study were participated in the design competition. And in few days later, at the second seminar where the results of the competition was expected announce. My work was adopted as representative work of students. The briefing result of final two works which belong to professor and me did not succeed. The landlord required several arbitration in the field of plan part. The plan needed to be set up again. In two month, I learned architecture, the design work was a unexpected fortune, but a landlord’s requirement of arbitration seemed to be regret. However, this presented me with another fortune. Professor and I composing a team, continued to work naturally. as if we were master and apprentice.... Another fortune of two month long beginner who supported an able architect with more than 30 years long experience began that way. From this episode, the new design(on the right) was created with reflecting the landlord’s additional requirement. 47

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Interior Design Project

Interior Architectural Design - 1_Dangook University_Spring Semester, 2008

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Professional Works 2007

Architectural Design Lab, KNU

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2009

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Daegu, Korea, 2007

Anderson Anderson Architecture

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San Francisco, 2011

Gensler

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San Francisco, 2012

Cherish the memory with my father..... in the living room, one day in Fall, 2008

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WOOSON GALLERY - II Architectural Design Lab KNU, DAEGU, KOREA

Participated in the entire process of design Performed Physical Modeling 3D modeling & Detailing Draft Drawing Architect / Professor

Lee, Jeong Ho

EPISODE The union of an able architect with more than 30 years long experience and a two month long fledgling. Of course, the plan leader was not I. Therefore I put in the focus of this course on the leader’s know-how with long experience, and I also put a stress on understanding his intention of space composition. Sometimes, He asked my opinion. I not as an apprentice but as an imaginary person exploring his space gave him my opinion. He especially seemed to stick to light. When the plan was nearing the finish, I could imagined it myself. He intended to bind the space with ‘light’ and divide space with ‘darkness’ I hope that the space which I touched will leave in a city called Daegu in the future.

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DUFFY RESIDENCE Anderson Anderson Architecture Performed Architect Project Manager

Sebastopol, CA San Francisco, CA

Physical Modeling 3D modeling & Detailing Rendering & Retouching Animation Making Mark Anderson, FAIA Peter Anderson, FAIA Johnson Tang

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Structural Model

The classic barn form of the Duffy house is the result of an historic timber frame structure dismantled in upstate New York, cleaned, cataloged and refurbished in Texas, and planned for relocation in the wine country of Northern California. The interior enclosed living spaces within the barn form are carefully designed to preserve the massive open space of the frame, weaving in and out of the existing timbers as a simple background of folding white planes, highlighting the special wood and joinery, and gathering the mysterious light, shadow, and spatial tracery of the floating beams and columns. The pure form of the barn exterior is counterpoised with a low concrete wing cut into the hillside, locking the barn into its meadow landscape with simply formed outdoor courtyard living spaces formed by the two wings. 54


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Residence Design Project

Physical Modeling

Professional Work_Anderson Anderson Architecture, 2011

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DUFFY RESIDENCE

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WASSAIC RESIDENCE Anderson Anderson Architecture Performed Architect

Town of Amenia, NY San Francisco, CA

3D modeling & Detailing Rendering & Retouching Animation Making Mark Anderson, FAIA Peter Anderson, FAIA

Project Manager

Chris Campbell Interior View from Living Room

PROJECT DESCRIPTION This house is designed to be prefabricated efficiently in four modules in a factory and trucked to this rural site on a steep hillside. The house integrates with an overall understanding of the site as a recreational space of trails and outdoor events, forming a central crossing point in a network of trails. The cruciform plan of the house provides distinct views and outdoor living spaces each directed toward important points in the landscape, and phases of the sun and wind crossing the site. In section the house rises from a flatter meadow forming a vertical path up onto a massive granite ridge on the north edge of the house. A steeply sloping glass monitor on the roof brings directed daylight deep into the center of the house, and focuses vertical views from the kitchen and living spaces up into the trees and steep ridgeline views at the top of the property. 58


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Modular Work Space Design Project

TRIUMPH POWER POD Anderson Anderson Architecture Performed Architect

3D modeling & Detailing Rendering & Retouching Animation Making

San Francisco, CA

Triumph Power Pod (Modular Work Space)

Mark Anderson, FAIA Peter Anderson, FAIA

Project Manager

Chris Campbell

PROJECT DESCRIPTION This modular building system is designed as a fully self-contained, off-grid infrastructure for temporary or long-term construction of powerintensive projects on difficult urban and rural/ natural sites. The steel building is fully constructed off-site in a compact, transportable form. On arrival at the site, the building quickly unfolds to create a shaded glass pavilion with a powerful photovoltaic array sufficient to power numerous program uses. Current design implementations include temporary event structures, campus wi-fi and recharging stations, pop-up retail kiosks, disaster relief structures, and educational facilities in remote, developing nations.

Animation Still Cuts

Professional Work, Internship

Anderson Anderson Architecture, San Francisco, CA

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TRIUMPH POWER POD

At the End of My 3rd Journey

46' - 1 3/8" 2

3

6' - 8"

4

6' - 1 3/4"

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A

3' - 1"

ACCESSIBLE STUDY

6 46 SF

BATTERY 10.82" HIGH

B

INVERTER 16.25" HIGH

HVAC OPTION: MITSUBISHI SEZ-KD(09, 12, 15 OR 18)NA4 DUCTED SYSTEM W/ 3" DUCTS

12' - 6 1/16"

MECH.

STUDY

5

3

11 SF

11 SF

CAFE OR ACCES. STUDY

4 46 SF

22' - 3 1/2"

2 11 SF

7' - 3 1/2"

STUDY

1 11 SF

3' - 6 3/4"

STUDY

6' - 4"

6' - 4"

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32' - 7 1/2"

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2

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02 ROOF 9' - 0 1/2"

01 FLOOR 10" 01 GROUND 0"

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An elevated walkway at the 3rd floor is also an active arcade wrapping around the Piazza. It provides all weather connections to the parking structure and also creates semi-private work environments at the 3rd floor.

COLEMAN HIGHLINE

A strong address and a central driveway off Coleman Avenue makes way finding easy. This main entry to the Piazza connects drop-off to each building, tenant parking, and visitor parking.

EASY ACCESS

FULL BUILD-OUT PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

+/- 130,000 GSF (4 FLOORS)

• 6 CLASS-A OFFICE BUILDINGS, TOTALING 1.5 MILLION GSF • 6,000 TOTAL PARKING STALLS • 5,200 STRUCTURED PARKING STALLS • 800 SURFACE PARKING STALLS • LEED SILVER CERTIFICATION • COLEMAN AVENUE IDENTITY • PEDESTRIAN FRIENDLY LANDSCAPE • WALKING DISTANCE TO NEW BART STATION • NEARBYDEVELOPMENTS PROPOSED FOR A SOCCER STADIUM, RETAIL, AND RESIDENTIAL • 38 ACRE SITE

+/- 220,000 GSF (7 FLOORS) +/- 160,000 GSF (5 FLOORS) +/- 250,000 GSF (8 FLOORS) +/- 460,000 GSF (15 FLOORS) +/- 280,000 GSF (9 FLOORS) 1.5 MILLION GSF

Professional Work_Gensler_San Francisco, 2012

© Gensler_San Francisco

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COLEMAN HIGHLINE San Jose, CA

Gensler_SF Performed

Industrial Campus Design COLLABORATES WITH SWA CLIENT : HUNTER PROPERTIES

2D Drawing, 3D modeling & Detailing

TYPICAL OFFICE FLOOR PLAN

TYPICAL HIGH RISE PLAN

A NEW STATE OF THE ART CLASS ‘A’ OFFICE DEVELOPMENT • SITE SERVED BY CALTRAIN, FUTURE BART STATION, VTA, SAN JOSE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, AND SAN JOSE JET CENTER • SANTA CLARA AND PG & E POWER PROVIDERS • STAND ALONE DATA CENTER CAPABILITY • DIRECT ACCESS TO HIGHWAY 101 AND 880/17 • 2.5 MILES FROM 280/680 INTERCHANGE • SIGNATURE IDENTITY FROM PASSENGERS ARRIVING AT SJIA • IMMEDIATE ACCESS TO RETAIL SERVICES AND ON SITE AMENITIES • ADJACENT TO +/- 500,000 S.F. OF RETAIL • LEED SILVER THROUGH BUILDING AND SITE DESIGN TYPICAL LOW RISE PLAN

222 SECOND STREET San Francisco, CA

High Rise Building Design COLLABORATES WITH THOMAS PHIFER AND PARTNERS CLIENT : TISHMAN SPYER

Performed

Building Core Strategy Planning

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KNU_Architectural Lab_2007

Anderson Anderson Architecture_2011

Gensler_SF_2012

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YANG, JAEYEONG_MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE_UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY


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