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PORTFOLIO 2019 Jerry Kim


CURRICULUM VITAE Hello, my name is Jerry Kim, and I’m a fourth year undergraduate student at University of Waterloo, School of Architecture. I am interested in architecture as a medium for enriching the human quality of life, as well as it’s potential for addressing social issues. The following are my selected projects from my academic work and past work experiences. E: jerrykim686k@gmail.com T: 1-226-268-5779 T: 39-351-031-2927

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EDUCATION 2015 - Present

University of Waterloo, School of Architecture Waterloo ON

2011 - 2015

A.B. Lucas Secondary School London ON

- Candidate for Honours Bachelor of Architectural Studies, 2020 summer - Ontario Secondary School Diploma (Honour Roll)

EXPERIENCE Jan - Aug 2019

Architectural Designer_ Cornerstone Architecture London, ON

- Preparing design drawings and models with AutoCad, Revit, Sketchup - Producing technical documents with Revit - Creating rendered images and animations with Lumion 9 - Developing design options and participating in internal design proces

Sep - Dec 2017

Architectural Designer_ Cornerstone Architecture London, ON - Drafting and revising technical drawings on AutoCad - Creating digital design models through SketchUp - Making conceptual physical models by hand - Preparing visual representations for competition entries

Jan - Apr 2017

Architectural Assistant _ Arquitectonica International Miami, FL

- Producing and revising design drawings on AutoCad and Photoshop - Creating digital concept design models through 3ds Max - Organizing drawing packages and presentations

DISTINCTIONS 2019

OAA Shift Challenge_Cornerstone Architecture Team London, ON - Selected as a winning entry for the Shift Infrastructure Challenge - Participated in developing the competition entry within the team

2018

Technology Prize, University of Waterloo

2015 & 2018

Excellent Academic Standing, University of Waterloo

2015

President’s Scholarship, University of Waterloo

- Highest standing in 1st year and 2nd year technology courses

- Academic achievement 80% or higher for all terms - Entrance average 90 - 94%

SKILLS DIGITAL - Revit - SketchUp - AutoCad - Lumion 9 - Rhinoceros 5 - Adobe PSD, AI, ID

- 3ds Max

ANALOGUE - hand modelling (+ laser cutting) - sketching

LANGUAGE - English (fluent) - Korean (intermediate) 3


CONTENTS

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PUBLIC LIBRARY INTERRELATED GATHERING SPACES / TORONTO, ON

MULTI-RESIDENTIAL INFILL ESTABLISHING PERMANENCE / TORONTO, ON

TOWER RENEWAL / INFILL ROOM TO GROW / TORONTO, ON

WORK EXPERIENCE

6 - 19

20 - 33

34 - 45

48 - 59

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ACADEMIC WORK


PUBLIC LIBRARY

INTERRELATED GATHERING PLACES 1B STUDIO / INDIVIDUAL PROJECT The purpose of this project is to create a contemporary public library on a site beside CAMH (Centre for Addiction and Mental Health) in Toronto, Ontario.

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2m

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Situated beside CAMH on Queen St. W, the Community Library is intended to address the lack of public meeting places around the CAMH complex, where both the CAMH patient demographic and local residents can mix. Reinforcing the CAMH redevelopment goal of reducing mental illness stigma and creating an open community, the library is to provide a gathering space that both the CAMH patients and local community members can feel comfortable in coexistence.

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PARTI

SEPARATION OF SPACE

VIEW CORRIDORS

Instead of creating one central gathering space that may not address everyone, the library seeks to offer a range a different spaces that individuals can more easily feel a sense of belonging. To provide spaces for different demographics without completely separating them, the library spaces are divided by transparent outdoor courtyards. The permeability of the courtyards allows the separate spaces to still be interrelated as one larger space. The divided spaces are then differentiated to provide a variety of different atmospheres, in order to best accommodate the wide spectrum of people.

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VIEW FROM QUEEN ST. W

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80m

SITE PLAN 11


SITE MODEL

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AXONOMETRIC - PROGRAM

AXONOMETRIC - CIRCULATION

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C

QUEEN ST. W

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B’ WHITE SQUIRREL WAY

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PLAN - LOWER FLOOR


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QUEEN ST. W

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PLAN - UPPER FLOOR

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ELEVATION - NORTH

ELEVATION - EAST

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SECTION B - B’

SECTION C - C’

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LOWER FLOOR ENTRY

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UPPER FLOOR VIEW CORRIDOR

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MULTI- RESIDENTIAL INFILL ESTABLISHING PERMANENCE 1B STUDIO / INDIVIDUAL PROJECT

The project is a multi-residential building in an infill site that seeks to provide affordable self-built housing for immigrant families. Situated in the Christie Pits neighbourhood by Bloor St. and Ossington Ave., the project explores the problem of potential displacement of existing lower income immigrant families as the areas around the site undergo gentrification. In order to address the issue of unwanted displacement, self-build housing is used as a means of providing an economical, and more permanents settlement to the residents, who are given the opportunity invest and personalize their unit over time. The practice of self-build is seen as an opportunity for residents to create connections within their community, as well as to their own dwelling.

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VIEW FROM PUBLIC TERRACE

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PHOTO [2] (OSSINGTON AVE)

PHOTO [3] (CARLING AVE)

CARLING AVE

OSSINGTON AVE

PHOTO [1] (OSSINGTON STATION)

[2] [4]

[3]

[1]

BLOOR ST. W

SITE PLAN

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100m

200m


MASSING DEVELOPMENT

SITE MODEL

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The units are catered to immigrant families who have been in the country for some time, but have not yet found a place to establish new roots. In order to better integrate the residents to the existing community as well as the changing demographic in the future, a spectrum of spaces for different scales of social interaction are laid out through the complex.

The theme of self-building provides a unique intersection between collectivity and autonomy of residents in that people can interact with others in a public selfbuild related programs (ie. Workshop), while the actual product is the addition of a personalized space in their unit.

PROGRAM AXONOMETRIC

CHRISTIE PITS NEIGHBOURS COMPLEX BUILDING FLOOR UNIT

kitchen stairwell meeting room laundry workshop classroom public terrace cafe

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SCALES OF SOCIAL INTERACTION (COLLECTIVITY)


TEMPORARY HOUSING

CHANGE OF UNIT OCCUPANCY OVER TIME (AUTONOMY)

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EXITING CAFE & LAUNDROMAT

SUBTRACTION & PRESERVATION

ADDITION TO PRE-EXISTING BUSINESSES

VIEW FROM TERMINAL [4]

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SELF-BUILD PROCESS (COLLECTIVITY & AUTONOMY)

VIEW FROM LANE WAY [6]

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UNIT LAYOUT

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UNIT LAYOUT

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SECTION - A

SECTION - B

SECTION - C

ELEVATION - SOUTH

ELEVATION - WEST

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SECTION - D

SECTION - E

SECTION - F

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TOWER RENEWAL / INFILL ROOM TO GROW 3A STUDIO / INDIVIDUAL PROJECT This project consists of: 1) a tower renewal process to an existing building 2) an addition of a new multi-residential tower infilled in to the site.

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Situated by the Albion Centre in North Etobicoke, this projects explores how to take advantage of the existing physical and social resources already present on the site to provide an alternative typology of social housing. The existing social conditions are neighbourhoods lacking good employment opportunities, but also an ethnically diverse population of predominately first generation immigrants. There is also a large significant concentration of existing stocks of social housing complexes (by TCHC) and affordable suburban towers in the area. In an attempt to enhance these existing dynamics, the project proposes to create one retrofit and one infill tower to integrate in to an adjacent social housing complex.

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The key strategy to reshaping the conditions to empower the existing community is offering self-build opportunities in social housing at small manageable scales, which is intended address the shortcomings of current TCHC (Toronto Community Housing Corporation) social housing in the area, which are designed to be short term solution that have limited chances for occupants to improve their living conditions both in terms of their built environment, but also financially. These self-contained clusters often become socially and physically isolated from the larger neighbourhood.

The project looks to increase physical and programmatic connections the site has to adjacent lots and the larger public in order better accommodate business opportunities for local residents. At the building level, the proposal explores reincorporate common suburban functions that were missing in existing towers, those being a neighbourhood street that offers more points of connection between neighbours, as well as room to grow one’s home.

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TCHC SOCIAL HOUSING


TYPICAL FLOOR B

TYPICAL FLOOR A

SELF-BUILD PUBLIC SEMI-PUBLIC PRIVATE (UNITS) SERVICE 1. LOADING 2. BICYCLE STORAGE 3. GARBAGE ROOM 4. WORKSHOP STORAGE 5. ADMIN. 6. GARDEN STORAGE

LANDSCAPE

2ND FLOOR

PUBLIC

PRIVATE

COMMUNITY CENTRE

GROUND FLOOR

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MAKER SPACE

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LRT

EXISTING SITE

OPPORTUNITIES TO ESTABLISH BUSINESS

EXISTING BUILDING

ADDITIONS & RETROFIT

SELF-BUILD BY RESIDENTS

13 STORIES 168 UNITS

13 STORIES & 10 STORIES 188 UNITS

SELF-BUILD ZONES

PARTI - EXISTING, ADDITION, GROWTH

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INFILL AND SITE CONNECTIONS

LRT


B

A

Market St

A

Stevenson Rd B

1.

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

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EXISTING SITE PHOTOS

VIEW FROM INTERSECTION OF STEVENSON RD & MARKET ST

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EXISTING FLOOR PLAN

PROPOSED TYPICAL UPPER FLOOR PLAN

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SECTION A

SECTION B

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UNIT PLAN (INFILL TOWER) - BEFORE SELF-BUILD

UNIT PLAN (TOWER RENEWAL) - BEFORE SELF-BUILD

UNIT PLAN (INFILL TOWER) - AFTER SELF-BUILD

UNIT PLAN (TOWER RENEWAL) - AFTER SELF-BUILD


VIEW OF “INTERIOR STREET”

INTERIOR STREET DIAGRAM 45


WORK EXPERIENCE


ARQUITECTONICA

2017 JAN - APR

ATLANTA MIDTOWN MASTERPLAN ATLANTA, GEORGIA - Masterplan design on AutoCad - Massing studies on 3ds Max *final images shown for this project not by applicant

MIDTOWN UNION / 34

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MIDTOWN UNION / 35


LAKE NONA RESORT ORLANDO, FLORIDA - Site planning on AutoCad - Massing studies on 3ds Max *final images shown for this project not by applicant

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CORNERSTONE ARCHITECTURE WESTERN RECREATION CENTRE - ADDITION LONDON, ONTARIO - Technical documents prepared on AutoCad

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2019 SEP - DEC


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CORNERSTONE ARCHITECTURE IVEY SPENCER LEADERSHIP CENTRE - ADDITION LONDON, ONTARIO - Design drawings produced AutoCad, Revit, Affinity Photo - SketchUp used for model during design process - Renders for design phase created with Lumion 9 - Technical drawings prepared on Revit

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2019 JAN - AUG


13041mm [42.8 ft]

6700

18000mm [59.1 ft]

PROPOSED TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION ACCESS (REFER TO SITE SERVICES)

REMOVE SECTION OF EXISTING FENCE TO PERMIT SIDEWALK CONNECTION

© 2019 Cornerstone Architecture Incorporated. All Rights Reserved.

UTRCA REGULATION LIMIT

EXIST. SIGN TO BE REMAIN

MH 10000mm [32.8 ft]

MH 6m (MIN) CLEAR THROAT FROM PROPERTY LINE

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10m SETBACK REQUIRED PER 31.3 OF ZONING BY-LAW

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EXISTING PRIMARY DUCTBACK POWER AND WTS (REFER TO ELEC. DRAWINGS)

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EXISTING LIGHTS ABOVE

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SALVAGE & REINSTALL EXIST. FLAG STONES IF REQUIRED BY SIDEWALK INSTALLATION TIE-IN SIDEWALK WITH EXIST. PAVED PATH

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EXIST. CONCRETE PLATFORM WITH STEP

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OAA SHIFT INFRASTRUCTURE CHALLENGE LONDON, ON - Renders created using Affinity Photo - Graphics for video prepared with Affinity Photo

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CITY OF NEIGHBOURS DAY INSTALLATION LONDON, ON - Technical drawings for installation drafted on AutoCad - Design model built in SketchUp, rendered through Lumion

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Thank you E: jerrykim686k@gmail.com T: 1-226-268-5779 T: 39-351-031-2927

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