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1108 S. Lincoln Ave. #102 Urbana, Il 61801

Issuu.com/jesseyhan

+1 (630) 664 - 5630

jyhan2@illinois.edu

education University Of Illinois At Urbana - Champaign [August 2014 - May 2021]

experience

Illinois School of Architecture Champaign | Illinois [August 2018 - Present]

Ciclica Barcelona | Spain [July 2018] International Design + Development Cairo | Egypt [May - August 2017]

Raw Design Build Workshop Arusha | Tanzania [July 2016]

Honduras Water Project Cerro Verde | Honduras [January 2016]

National Organization Of Minority Architecture Students

achievements [2017] [2016] [2015]

skills

languages

Masters Of Architecture + Masters Of Business Administration 2021 University Of Illinois At Urbana Champaign | Joint Degree Bachelor Of Science in Architectural Studies 2018 Architecture + Anthropology Minor 2017 - 2018 Illinois Architecture Study Abroad Program At Barcelona-el Vallès Hosted By Escola Tecnica Superior D'arquitectura Del Valles

GPA: 3.73

Teaching Assistant | ARCH171 Concepts and Theories of Architectural Design - Guided first year architecture students through exercises such as sketching, design development, and construction drawings - Critiqued design ideas and helped students through design process of creating an object for enhanced seating Intern

- Translated architecture project documents from Spanish to English - Collaborated with Spanish and Catalan employees

Architectural Intern - Used evit to review and edit construction documents - Worked on pharmacy building design for hospital masterplan in Togo - Designed graphic posters for firm’s past projects - Updated firm’s website with past projects and streamlined website design for easier use

C O N T E N T S

Volunteer - Worked with local orphanage, Neema House, to build a home for twelve children with disabilities and host parents - Learned traditional building methods from Tanzanian craftsmen - Designed without use of computer modeling Structures Team Member - Collected survey data of land elevation, soil conditions, and available land for tanks - Calculated water pressure and selected material for a gravity flow water system - Transferred drawings and information to Autocad construction documents Co-vice President | Symposium Chair | Chapter Of The Year - Coordinated general meetings and board meetings - Organized and created content for 2017 symposium “Design + Public Impact” - Contacted and coordinated firms and architects for lecture series Elwood E. And Adalaide Schwenk Scholarship UIUC School of Architecture | Awards Excellence In Studio Frank B. And Jennie M. Long Travelling Award UIUC School of Architecture | Sponsored Workshop In Arusha, Tanzania Earl Prize UIUC School of Architecture | 2nd Place | Awards Excellence In Studio Architectural Programs Autocad [Expert] 3ds Max [Intermediate] Rhino [Advanced] Revit [Intermediate] Sketchup [Intermediate] Mandarin Chinese Spanish

Graphic Design Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe Indesign Hand Sketching + Watercolor Photography + Video Editing

[Expert] [Expert] [Advanced]

[Conversational] [Intermediate]

INTERGENERATIONAL

LIBRARY

RESTAURANT

CABINS

Fall 2018

Spring 2018

Fall 2017

Fall 2016

PHOTOGRAPHY

SKETCHING


ARCH573 | Integrative Graduate Studio Media: Revit, Rhino, Illustrator, Photoshop An intergenerational care center aims to cultivate a sense of community between the youth and the elderly. This IGC located in the small town of Dwight, Illinois is a landmark for the town where family members, neighbors, and other citizens can come to socialize, live, and learn. The plan is radially organized with three rings - children, intergenerational, and elderly - in order to create a transparency throughout the center which connect the two populations visually as well as symbollically.

I N T E R G E N E R A T I O N A L C A R E C E N T E R

SITE PLAN

GROUND FLOOR PLAN


25% OF MECHANICAL PLAN HOBBY ROOM PERSEPCTIVE

EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC OF STRUCTURAL SYSTEM

SECTION PERSPECTIVE


V1

ROOF MEMBRANE FASCIA A I R / W AT E R B A R R I E R R I G I D I N S U L AT I O N M E TA L D E C K I-BEAM WOOD CEILING M E TA L F U R R I N G

STO N E C L A D D I N G A I R / W AT E R B A R R I E R R I G I D I N S U L AT I O N CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT M E TA L F U R R I N G WHITE GYPSUM BOARD

i n t e g r at e d s y st e m s s e c t i o n p e r s p e c t i v e

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT DRAWINGS

INTEGRATED SECTION PERSPECTIVE


CARRER D’ALI BEI ARCH475 | Illinois Architecture Study Abroad Program at Barcelona - El Valles Capstone Project Media: AutoCAD, Rhino, Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Hand-Sketching This library is located at the beginning of the Eixample neighborhood, only a short walk from the Arc de Triumf monument, and is directly in front of a major Metro stop. All of these factors contribute to its identity as a key site for the neighborhood. Thousands of people pass by and although there is a library located nearby, there is a gap in a study and social space for students and young adults. This library serves as a connection node for that specific demographic. The first two floors have a pedestrian tunnel through the building to mimic the Eixample chamfer as well as create a pathway for commuters and neighbors. The library offers a variety of spaces including a grand three-story atrium for social activites as well as quiet study rooms with a view towards the skyline of Barcelona.

CARRER DE ROGER DE FLOR

B A R C E L O N A

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L I B R A R Y CONSTRUCTION DETAILS

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SITE PLAN


FLOOR PLANS

WEST ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION


ARCH476B | Illinois Architecture Study Abroad Program at Barcelona - El Valles Group Project Media: AutoCAD, Rhino, Illustrator, Photoshop, Model Making

-1 FLOOR PLAN 1/100

UPPER LEVEL FLOOR PLAN

LOWER LEVEL FLOOR PLAN

Located in the heart of Barcelona and adjacent to the Universitat Pompeu Fabra Library, this modern restaurant embraces the Catalan culture in its use of the traditional Catalan brick as the main material and structural element and creates a casual dining experience with intimate settings and an open terrace space for relaxed dining. From this project, we learned to work in detail with brick, to incorporate building systems, and to work collaboratively cross-culturally.

S M A L L

S C A L E

R E S T A U R A N T COURTYARD PERSPECTIVE


Ground Floor

WATER

RETURN

Ground Floor

Lower Level

DISTRIBUTION

Ground Floor

Ground Floor

Lower Level

ELECTRICITY

Lower Level Ground Floor

TECHNICAL DRAWINGS

Lower Level

NORTH ELEVATION

WATER

Ground Floor

Lower Level

Lower Level

ELECTRICITY

HAND MODEL Ground Floor

Lower Level

LONGITUDINAL SECTION


ARCH373 Fall 2016 Media: AutoCAD, Rhinoceros, 3DS Max, Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, Model Making Awards: Earl Prize Nomination Attention restoration theory states that time in nature or looking at nature can heal and restore the human mind. The [REST]oration Cabins draw from indigenous vernacular and the existing site conditions in order to create spaces for renewal, in privacy or in community. The project moves with the landscape, honoring the dynamic topography, and builds above the landscape, minimizing the disturbance of the landscape. The project also responds to the abundance of vegetation on the site and creates framed views to encourage connection to nature, even while indoors. This design intervention seeks to create an experience of retreat and restoration.

CABIN FLOOR PLAN

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K I C K A P O O

R E S T O R A T I O N

C A B I N S

COMMON ROOM FLOOR PLAN

SITE PLAN


T&G Wood roof deck GluLam beam 2 - 2x10 Header w/ 1/2” stud plate

2 - 2x4 Double header 2x6 Wood studs

2x4 Wood decking 2x6 Floor joists 2x10 Wood posts

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CABIN SECTION

2’

4’

CABIN SECTION

COMMON HOUSE SECTION


COMMON HOUSE PERSPECTIVE

HAND MODEL

CABIN PERSPECTIVE


P H O T O G R A P H Y

S K E T C H E S


T H A N K

Y O U

Jesse Han | Architecture Portfolio 2018  

Selected works from Undergraduate courses and personal projects.

Jesse Han | Architecture Portfolio 2018  

Selected works from Undergraduate courses and personal projects.

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