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JASPER LEUNG Architecture Portfolio


CONTENTS 3 RESUME 4 FUSING

A Restaurant

10 ANCHORAGE A Culinary Academy

18 VANTAGE

Academy for the Distilling Arts

28 CLIMB

Cabin in the Woods

34 mini HOUSE

Ryerson Summer Day Camp

35 In Full Bloom

Bata Shoe Museum Window

35 Parklet TO Street Bench


JASPER LEUNG

Contact

email : jasper.t.leung@ryerson.ca cell : (647) 222 1731

I am an architectural science student exposed to a spectrum of designing with digital software in school and physical fabrication of small projects collaboratively and individually. I am interested in designing interactive spaces that connect people to their program destinations involving sustainability.

Education

09. 2015- Current

Work Experience

Architecture Camp Instructor -Lead a small group of campers in planned program -Plan, prepare, and implement daily activities -Design and produce program crafts

Structures III -study the design and load transer of concrete and steel structures

Extracurricular

06. 2017

06. 2017

09. 2016 08. 2016

Production Team -Assisted in fabrication of panels with the use of the CNC table, adhesives, and hand tools -Provided feedback during the fabrication process and installed 3D prints accordingly

Integration Studio I -formulate and create digital models to express archtiectural ideas from context response involving program, and structure

Parklet TO | Toronto,ON

Workshop Team -Organized module parts in an extensive format

Site Development and Planning -site analysis of circulation and park furniture, provided schematic and ideas for a park design, integrated the design in response to context

Sukkhaville Installation | Toronto,ON

-Collaborated with fabrication team to construct the structure Digital Fabrication Zone CNE Booth | Toronto,ON -Actively participated in fabrication of the mock up and final structure off and on site

3D Modelling Rhinoceros Revit

Bodily Comfort Systems -studied the movement of fresh air, change of temperature using mechanical systems providing habital space for people

Bata Shoe Museum - In Full Bloom | Toronto,ON

Technical Skills

Graphics Illustrator Indesign Photoshop

Fabrication

Laser cutting Workshop tools

Drawing Software AutoCAD

Microsoft Office

Department of Architectural Science Current Third Year Envelope Systems -explore heat transfer through wall assembly, separating exterior elements for the ability to control the interior conditions

Ryerson Summer Day Camp | Toronto,ON

07-08. 2017

Ryerson University | Toronto,ON

Interests

Project Economics -management of projects from scopes of cost, scheduling, risk, life cycle analysis that impacts the initial design to its construction Commercial Residential

Fabrication Sustainability

Cycling Canoeing

Sight Seeing Music

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FUSING A Restaurant

Design Studio II Harbour Square Park, Toronto 2016 - 2018 Plans Section Perspectives Diagram Digital Model

: Illustrator : Illustrator, Photoshop : V-ray, Photoshop : Illustrator : Rhinoceros 5

Situated at Harbour Square Park is a restaurant that breaks from the city core to the city’s edge. Seating takes advantage of the geometry being arranged along the south and south east of the building revolving around the kitchen. Using treated wood and its colour, it provides a soft inviting environment for guests and passerby.

SITE PLAN

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N


View of dining from south west of building

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A 3

B 4

1

2

B

PLAN

A 6|

1. Kitchen 2. Dining 3. Washroom 4. Entrance

N


d. Juxtaposition of two shapes

c.

h.

Center and fragment

g.

e.

a. Steel structure b. Wood flooring on concrete slab c. Wood frame roof structure

a. e. Compromise

i.

e.

k. b. Views towards lake

e. Light gauge steel framing Wood panel cladding Wood panel finish f. Steel mullion windows

f. j.

d. Corrugated steel panels

g. Cast in place concrete walls

f.

h. Precast concrete panels i. Wood panel drop ceiling j. Stainless steel kitchen hood k. Wood panel guard

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SECTION AA

SECTION BB

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View from entrance

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ANCHORAGE A Culinary Academy

Design Studio II

Plans Section Envelope Section Elevation Perspective Physical Model Digital Model

: Illustrator, Photoshop : Illustrator, Photoshop : AutoCad : Illustrator, Photoshop : V-ray, Photoshop : Laser cut : Rhinoceros 5

The school for the culinary arts includes programming from learning to experience situated south of the Keg Mansion and north of the Jarvis Collegiate Institute. The form is generated off of a grid in relation to the Keg Mansion. This anchors the site of the two historic buildings while defining the corner of the intersection.

Jarvis St.

505 Jarvis St, Toronto 2016 - 2018

Wellesley St E

SITE PLAN

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N


View of building from intersection

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SOUTH ELEVATION

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WEST ELEVATION

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W1 Curtain wall steel panel 25mm air space 110mm rigid insulation Steel bracket 110mm rigid insulation Vapour barrier Steel Beam

F1 30mm polished concrete tile 60mm pedestal 95mm rigid insulation Water proof membrane Vapour barrier 125 cast in place concrete Steel decking Open web joist Drop ceiling structure 3 layers of 16mm gypsum

W1

F1

SECTION AA

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A

7.

1.

6.

2.

4. 5.

8.

9.

3.

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

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N

A

1. Dining 2. Kitchen 3. Retail 4. Storage 5. Lobby

6. Presentation/ Break Space 7. Lecture Room 8. Office 9. Loading


A

15.

13. 10. 14.

12. 11.

14.

A 10. Banquet / Events 11. Kitchen 12. Bakery 13. Incubator Kitchen

14. Incubator Storage 15. Keg Mansion

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

N

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VANTAGE

Academy for the Distilling Arts

Integration Studio I 18 Trinity Street, Toronto 2017 : Revit, Illustrator, Photoshop : Revit, Photoshop : Revit, Photoshop : Revit : Illustrator : Laser cut : Revit 2018

Located by the entrance intersection to the Distillery District is a revitalization of an old paper mill building. The design recalls the warehouse form of the nearby distilling factories as an extention to the branding of the distilling process. Parts of the south facade and the east facade are maintained to complete the corner anchorage. The public has two entrances into the building along Mill Street. In the center form provides circulation corridors with vantage points into the distillation process and the vertical aging storage.

Trinity St.

Plans Section Elevation Perspectives Diagram Physical Model Digital Model

Mill St.

SITE PLAN

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Mill St. and Trinity St. entrance

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PROGRAM SEPARATION INTO 3 FORMS

PROGRAM BREAKDOWN

Distillery (F-1 Occupancy)

Entertainment

Bar with Mezzanine Restaurant

Aging and Presentation

Mechanical

Commercial

Fermentation Distillation and Service Aging Display, Tasting, Presentation Aging Storage, Bottling, Temporary Storage Student Area Third Second Ground Basement

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Office Retail Water Treatment, Boiler Room


GROUND FLOOR PLAN

2.

3.

1. Restaurant and Kitchen 2. Shipping Receiving 3. Quality Control and Filtration 4. Distillation 5. Tasting and Presentation 6. Retail

4.

6.

1. 5.

SECOND FLOOR PLAN 7. Bar 8. Prep Room 9. Serving Kitchen 10. Boiler 11. Material Storage 12. Staff Area 13. Fermentation 14. Control Panel 15. Tasting and Presentation 16. Office Space

10.

8.

11.

12.

14. 7.

9.

13.

16.

15. N

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c.

a. b.

a. view into distillery from East of distillery

WEST ELEVATION

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SOUTH ELEVATION


b. vertical aging display in tasting and presentation

EAST ELEVATION

c. view into distillery from East of distillery

NORTH ELEVATION

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North east corner of building

View to west side of building through park

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South east corner of building


Section through distillery and whiskey aging display

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Sectional perspective through restaurant and bar (West volume); tasting and aging display (center volume); retail, offices, and education (East volume)

26| Section AA


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CLIMB

Cabin in the Woods

Design Studio I Evergreen Brickworks 2016 - 2018 Plans Section Perspectives Digital Model

:Illustrator :Illustrator, Photoshop :V-ray, Photoshop :Rhinoceros 5

The cabin lightly touches the ground as the interior spaces terrace upwards along the slope of the north ridge. The pitched roof design can be recognized as a home destination providing two researches a shelter during their stay. A break space is located between the bedrooms and the general workspace that separates work and living. Views toward the site are maintained for each level, while privacy is achieved from the verticality.

View from kitchen

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View to entrance

SITE PLAN

N

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GROUND

A

SECOND FLOOR

B

A

THIRD FLOOR

B

A

B

5.

UP DN

1.

4. UP DN UP 3.

DN

2.

A

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B

UP

A

B

A

B


FOURTH FLOOR A

B

a. Steel Structure

DN

g.

b. Wood Flooring

e.

c. Wood stair with HSS Structure d. Wood stair with wood stringers e. Plywood Wood stud Insulation Vapor barrier Plywood Interior wall wood panels

f. f.

d.

f. Exterior treated wood cladding g. Treated wood panels roof Battens Gypsum Interior ceiling wood panels

b. f. c.

A

B

N

1. Boiler 2. Terrace 3. Work space 4. Kitchen 5. Bedroom 1 6. Bedroom 2

a.

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SECTION AA

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SECTION BB

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mini HOUSE Ryerson Summer Day Camp

Architecture Camp Ryerson University Summer 2017 Digital Model Physical Model Material

: Rhinoceros 5 : Laser cut : MDF

I was in charge of designing and producing a craft that was built and taken home by the campers. Each was provided with a kit to build a model within a 8.5” x 11” base. The assembly involved the insertion of friction connectors to hold the “window”, “wall” and “roof” panels in place. This provided the option to reconfigure the panels or gluing if the desired final form is achieved. In addition, the mini House craft can be lit up from the inside.

“Wall” panel

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“Window” panel with right angle connectors forming 270 degrees between exterior face

“Roof” connectors

Right angle connectors forming 90 degrees between exterior face


In Full Bloom

Bata Shoe Museum Window Design Leads: Lisa Boulatova, John Zhang, Liam Hall The design of the installation celebrates Canada 150 incorporating the floral association of each province and territory. Coordination with team members, understanding of the design, and application of shop skills during the production process contributed to the installation.

Parklet TO Street Bench

Design Team: Joana Benin, John Benner, Jason Glionna, Gregorio Jimenez, Marissa Liu, Tess Macpherson, Diana Sobaszek Being part of the Ryerson University Workshop Team, organization and machining of numerous Accoya wood into their modular groups provided efficient assembly. These modular units provide potential seating.

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JASPER LEUNG Contact jasper.t.leung@ryerson.ca 647 222 1731

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