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Jee Hyung Park

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Car exhibition complex on the entry of city highway

Circles Student Work Undergraduage Studio Critic: Ku, Seunghoi Program: Multi purpose complex Project Type: Master plan Date: 2011. 3 ~ 9 This is a huge complex. But don’t worry. You don’t need to walk that much. Whatever place you want to go, you can drive in to the exact building while enjoying the riverside view. You can shop any programs or events in your seatbelt. When you find something interesting, just park at the spot, and run into it. Have fun! Pedestrian’s Park As the cirular geometry makes paths longer than with straight lines, people feel less burdened on the downhill slope to the riverside and attract more people who finished their game at the nearby sports complex. Also, buildings share its structure with driveway. By doing so, building obtain the closest location from the driveway. THis allows drivers to readily access the building

Jee Hyung Park

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b. Driver’s Park Just like walkers stop by at some store to peep whether there is anythign grasp their interest, drivers are able to travel around the complex and see what attracts them, too.

Jee Hyung Park

jpark6@gsd.harvard.edu


SK Networks Co. Design consulting project

Mechuri Island Professional Work in CRAFT_design Program: Resort Location: Guinggido, Korea Project Type: Urban Date: 2011. 9 ~ 2012. 2 Project Description: SK Networks Co. planned to develop a new resort complex in Gyunggido, Korea, which is two hours driving distance from Seoul. Due to the Remote location, we had to come up with specific programs to attract buyers. Suggestion: a. Real Toy Platform Target customers were young rising CEOs in East Asia who enjoy collecting wine, automobiles, yochts, but lack space to accomodate all their toys. Considering their desire for privacy, each units are inspired by fortress and dunjon. b. Infinite Race Track Eventhough the target customers like sports cars, there are no space to actually drive them in appropriate spead. We proposes infinite race track for free racing. C. Marina The site is only half an hour distance from Seoul and Shanghai with yacht. With marina, the complex will achieve higher direct accessibility from major citys around Yellow Sea.

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Jee Hyung Park

jpark6@gsd.harvard.edu


Resident B Park_Artist Father Dewelling of modern family (57)

House

Resident A Park_Student Daughter (23)

Student Work Undergraduage Studio Critic: Kim, Yong Jae Program: House Project Type: Residential Date: 2010. 3 ~ 6

Modern Family In the past, a family had a common lifestyle. However, in modern society, people are busy with their own professions that bring different life patterns into a single family unit. Some members might randomly stay up late to submit their work to meet the deadline (like me) whereas other members follow regularr work schedule. Beacuse people have different life pattern, thay hardly find time to get along with. Ambient Presence This house is designed for three family members who have all different lifestyles. They need independent space so that they can fully focus on their work at home. Each space is visullay connected through voids, so members can see each other working. Those openings are planned not to distract the individuals from working. To manipulate the voids, spaces are arranged at tilted angles and space varies in levels. By studying the right position for each rooms, overall figure got settled.

Jee Hyung Park

jpark6@gsd.harvard.edu


Study of enclosure and visual peneturation in field condition

Infill Project Student Work Harvard GSD 2nd Core Studio Critic: Hong, John Program: College Project Type: Campus Date: 2013. 3

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a. Visibility Study This project is to design an infill building between two existing college builing. The concetp is to design the vision of the visitors so that the college’s indoor activity becomes visually accessible from the public visiting the building.

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b. Between Field and Figure -Thick Thin Columns In order to achieve this, thin cloumns are deployed to guide visions, to partition spaces, to hold the floor plates. The columns are leaning toward certain visual nodes that only from those nodes, the visitors can see through the building.

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c. Spatial, Structural Integration Since columns are converging and diverging in same ratio according to its z-cooridorate, the space columns are semi-defining gets bigger as it gets higher.

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1. Second Floor Plan 2. Third Floor Plan 3. Ground Floor Plan 4. Concept Model 5. Physical Model 6. Visibility Gradient Study

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Jee Hyung Park

jpark6@gsd.harvard.edu

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Installation to the mecca of private education

Block Scenario Solo Work Undergraduate Studio Critic: Lee, Dong Hee Program: Youth Facility Location: Seoul, Korea Project Type: Urban Teenage: Time to design the next 90 years Site: Dae-chi-dong, the mecca of Korean private education the private institute distric in Dae-chi-dong is very dense and jammed with cars. Eventhough about 123,000 students regularly come by to the site after school and spend two to six hours a day studying, there are no safe space for them to hang out between classes. Proposal: a. Youth Street The inbetween space of private institute buildings are currently used as parking lots. I suggest to move the parking lot to a close empty space and integrate the space between buildings to provide a street for the youth. b. Youth Cafe Between students hectic schedule, they may take a break without being pressured by school work. Youth Cafe will fit in students’ intervals and offer quality time. I suggest a temporary instatllation to the existing institute buildings in order to inject a counterpart program to the cramming education system, where youth can spontaneously participate in extera curricullar activities.

Unusual Private Education Fever in Korea Korean students suffer under high pressure on academic performance because it has been considered as the one and only criteria to get into good college. So, many students addicionally go to private education institute, which are mostly cram schools.

Youth Street

Let’s install a Youth Cafe. We cannot deconstruct the private institutes districts nor renew the whole area. I suggest an temporary installation to the existing institute buildings in order to inject counterpart program to the cramming system of education, where the youth

Jee Hyung Park

jpark6@gsd.harvard.edu

Private institute district is very dense and jammed with car


Studying configuration of archi-proto module

Lock Project Student Work Harvard GSD 1st Core Studio Critic: Barkan, Katy Project Type: Experimental Date: 2012. 11~ 12

Orientation and configuration in architecture gives hierarchy space in a most fundamental way. With the aid of mechanism, I studied a series of its arrangement and the relationship between unit buildings in or to answer the following two questions: How can the function of identical building units change in relation to one another? And how does the configuration of discrete buildings influence in reading the site?

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Solid Volume/ Folding Panel

Four Typology Pavilion: Combination of two archiproto modules. Potentially it can be use as series of small guest rooms. Building: Combination of four archiproto modyles. Potentially it can be use as small offices or classrooms. Courtyard: Cluster of more than three archrproto module which creates semi-enclosure. Potentially it can host a community event or be a temporary market place. Pathway with follies: Moments that more than eight modules line up. Potentially public park space with centeralized path where public follies scatters.

Deck/ Corridor

Folding Window/ Door Stairs

Transparent Volum 24 ft 18 ft

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Archi-module is the minimal scale of architecture that has all necessary spatial elements but incompleted in scalewise. It is composed of a bar which solves vertical/ horizontal circulation, and a parallelepipedon which provide space where activities can happen.

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Jee Hyung Park

jpark6@gsd.harvard.edu


Mechanism This moving architecture source its power from Boston horbor lock gate. Attached to the gate, the mechanism opperates whenever the gate opens and closes. Designed mechnism is an iterated version of the “Three gaps interval mechinism.� By hybriding consistantly operating element and conditionally operating element, I discovered an organic move which is hard to predict. The corriography that the seemingly free-floating new element makes with regular movements, it generates almost infinite variety of configuration of archiproto-modules.

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Typology_04 Pathway/withfollies

A(1) _Trigger

A(m) _Hybrid Base Point

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a. Three gaps index mechanizm

b. Hybrid components _ Mid point of circle(A) + One point of circle(B)

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A(3) b. Hybrid components _ Mid point of circle(A) + One point of circle(B)

Typology_02 Building

Typology_03 Courtyard

Typology_01 Pavilion:

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