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ARCHITECTURE P O R T F O L I O

SELECTED WORK BY

JINHYUCK

LIM


Jinhyuck Lim A P ro s p e c t i v e A rc h i t e c t u re D e s i g n e r , M S c f ro m T U D e l f t

PERSONAL INFO

E mail

jinsclub3@gmail.com

Available Working Day

Full time

Living

Delft, Netherlands

Available Contact Time

Anytime

Nationality

South Korea

Date of Birth

21 Sep 1987

Language

Korean, English

Certificate

TOEFL 100 (27/24/23/26)

Design Skills

Rhino, Sketchup, V-ray for Rhino/3D MAX Auto CAD, Vertorworks Adobe - Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign Excellent Hand drawing

EDUCATION

AWARD

Msc course in TU Delft (graduated)

2016 - 2018

Bachelor of Architecture Design (graduated) : Chung-Ang University, Seoul, South Korea

2007 - 2016

Academic High School (graduated) : Duksan High School, Seoul, South Korea

2004 - 2006

Competition AIK 2014 Student Architectural Exhibition

EXPERIENCE

Wounded Valley

Bronze Prize

8th KICA Srystal Scale Prize 2013

The New Layered Library

Bronze Prize

9th KICA Srystal Scale Prize 2014

The Cultural Cubes

Awarded

Work Experience Internship in KCAP Rotterdam

2018. 07 -

Internship in Manifesto Architecture

2015. 06 - 10

Administering Affairs in HAU Lecture, Korea Architecture Institute

2015. 01 - 08

Junior Researcher and Designer in A.A.L., Chung-Ang University

2014 - 2016

Internship in Junglim Architecture

2014. 01


CONTENTS

Interaction In-between

Small Neighbors

The New Layed Library

Epiphyte of Memory

Collage Plaza

TerraSchool

The Entrance

The Detonator of Memory

The Culture Cubes

Epiphyte Seoul


Academic, Individual Work TU Delft Graduation Project (9.5/10) prof. Lidy Meijers program: Art Academy Apeldoorn, Netherlands

INTERACTION INBETWEEN ;the reinterpretation of Centraal Beheer Office

How to recolor the new function and the context on Centraal Beheer Office, the icon of Dutch Structuralism Architecture?

The graduation studio is dealing with Centraal Beheer Office, designed by Herman Hertzberger, one of the most representative Structuralism Architects. What is notable in Structuralism architecture, including Centraal Beheer Office, is that they already inherit the possibility of modification in themselves with the response of changing future requirements. Related to this characteristics of Centraal Beheer Office, the project set the position on adapted reuse design as ‘keeping the rule while breaking the rule’; more precisely, modifying the existing situations while reusing the underlying architectural principle of Herman Hertzberger. Through this methodology, the project aimed to make a reinterpretion of Centraal Beheer Office. With the new program, Art Academy, the project aimed to 1. how to retrieve the publicness of Centraal Beheer Office, 2. how to accommodate the new program, and 3. how to improve the comfort of the building while keeping the existing value of the building. Based on these purposes, the design strategies of this project consists of three parts.


2F axonometric drawing


How to recolor the new function and the context on Centraal Beheer Office, the icon of Dutch Structuralism Architecture?

Despite its architectural meanings and values, Centraal Beheer Office is now disconnected with its surroundings and remained as abandoned place. Therefore, it is essential to balance between preserving the building’s own value while improving its current situation. In this regard, the primary position in this project toward re-designing Centraal Beheer Office is modifying the existing situations while reusing the underlying principle

of the building. In other words, instead of conservation nor mere transformation, the project is aiming to become ‘the reinterpretation’ of Centraal Beheer Office. Under the slogan of ‘keeping the rule while breaking the rule,’ theprojectaimedtoreinterprettheinitialideaof Hertzberger. The project attempted to make Centraal Beheer Office regain its architectural meaning while catching up with the new requirement of the present.


the whole axonomatric drawing


The essential aspect of the master plan is to retrieve the publicness of the building. To accomplish this goal, one of the vital tasks is connecting the building with the urban context. Creating the new main entrance by demolising existing parts was taken into consideration. Through this process, it will be able not only to make the building more recognizable from the city but also to link the building and the city.

connect with the urban context

apply spatial elements for interaction

extend the inner spatial logic

create greenery zone

Centraal Beheer Office before


Entrance view from Northern park

Centraal Beheer Office before after


IN-BETWEEN; THE CITY AND THE BUILDING Broadening Inner Street

Centraal Beheer Office has been disconnected from the surroundings and remained as a lonely island of the city. Therefore, it was essential to retrieve the publicness of the building. For this reason, the project aimed to bring the urban context into the building. By broadening the inner street, the building would be able to be linked with its surroundings and bring people into the building. This process was held under the moto, ‘keeping the intension of inner street, while breaking the existing form.’

GL axonometric drawing


Inner street - Northwest part

To broaden the inner street, the existing structures on the center part have to be removed. After demolition, the new structure will be inserted, which is following the existing grid line while showing contrast with existing concrete structure through its wooden materiality.

Demolition

Inserting the new structure


IN-BETWEEN; THE SPACE AND THE FUNCTION Spatial Reorganization

Though it was designed based on the idea of Individual Interpretation, the spatial organization of Centraal Beheer Office was more customized for office program. Therefore, to accommodate the new program, Art Academy, into the building, it was necessary to reorganize the spatial system of the building. To apply the concept of ‘interaction’ to the architectural design, the project suggested the spatial elements that could create interaction among the people. These elements were applied into in-between space, the gray zone where could create unexpected interaction.

keeping the existing grid, breaking the existing module system

keeping the smooth transition from public to private, while breaking the existing form

applying spatial elements for interactions on the plan


Public area - large stairs

Semi public area


Public zone

The public zone was planned as linear form to improve the way-finding of the building. It consists of several types of spaces, from large stairs to the greenery open space.

Gray zone

The gray zone is designed as semi-public and semi-private space, which are mostly planned as flexible spaces that could be differently used by the demand of users.

Private zone

The private zone is mostly planned as the studio space for each of department. They are located on the side to ensure the natural light and the privacy.


partical 1:100 physical model


IN-BETWEEN; THE DESIGN AND COMFORT Double Facade Scheme To improve the sustainability of Centraal Beheer Office, this project applied a double facade scheme to the existing building. This scheme will create in-between space, which could function as an attractive and flexible space.

Through a double facade scheme and rooftop window, the natural light will lighten the building. To avoid overheating in summer situation, the project applied PV cell on the rooftop. At the same time, the solar heat collector system was also applied to reuse the summer heat during the winter period.

up : perspective section of double facade (left) / detail section (right) down : perspective section of whole building


GROUND FLOOR PLAN

ELEVATION F

Since it is facing the main road and the city, the Office. Through Double facade scheme, the timeness; the past


FROM NORTH

e Northen facade is the ‘face’ of Centraal Beheer building will present the overlap of different t and the present.

1F PLAN


2F PLAN

3F PLAN


public zone / semi public zone / private studiol (from up to down)


Academic, Individual Work TU Delft Msc 1 (2016.09-2017.01) prof. Birgit Jurgenhake

SMALL NEIGHBORS revitalization of neighborhood

Mariahoeve, Den haag, NL

Too wide road, irresiponsibly open spaces make, and contrast between public and private; these are the reasons why Mariahoeve is losing its human scale. They caused the lack of the sence of community between neighbors. Therefore, it was necessary to form small units of neighbors. This ‘small neighborhood’ will work as a unit that decides the residential block. To develop the social intercourse in Mariahoeve, collective spaces were planned for those units, which will not be easily exposed to unspecified individuals. Throughout these, the collective space will provide the room for communication among neighbors. It would bring the concept of ‘neighborhood’ back, which has been absent for years in this desolate area.


How to create the neighborhood unit that could provide the sense of belonging to the town? URBAN TRANSFORMATION PROCESS

create new open space

seperate car road and pedestrian street by extruding a block

make a block protected from outside

divide a block by small alleys

BLOCK DESIGN PROCESS

one collective block

set back upper floors for spatial quality of collective area

set back to make collective area more concentrated

section before

Section AA’

detach each houses to make visual connection with outside


the perspective drawing of a whole housing block

the perspective drawing of a collective space


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Housing Type 1

Housing Type 3

Housing Type 2

1F Plan


Ground Floor level

2F Level

Housing Type 1

Housing Type 2

Housing Type 3

15,500m2 / living room, kitchen, master bedroom, 2 rooms, 1 bathroom, 1 toilet

11,200m2 / living room, kitchen, master bedroom, 2 rooms, 1 bathroom, 1 toilet

11,600m2 / living room, kitchen, private living room, terrace, master bedroom, 2 rooms, 2 bathroom, 1 toilet


MATERIAL & CONSTRUCTION Housing Type 3 white aluminum cladding covers all the details behind(window frame, steel angle, sunblind, timber frame, etc.). Therefore, there are only three white horizontal line in the facade of the building

an anatomical drawing of Housing Type 3

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Detail Plan


Section BB’


Academic, Individual Work, Competition prized

NEW LAYERED LIBRARY

CAU Bsc 4 (2013.09-12) prof. Yoonkyeong Choi Seoul, South Korea

The project aimed to built a library into hongdae street, where is extremely active and commercial area. To design a library for this characteristic street, it was necessary to rethink of the library program from different angle. As the way to harmonize the library program and Hongdae street, the required activities of the library were rearranged. Based on this rearrangement, the spatial layers of the library were reorganized. Through this process, the project was designed as the new type of library, which could become the spatial prototype; the library for the places where the library program seems not suitable.


How to design the library on the site where the library program is not suitable? Hongdae street is one of most famous commercial street where culture and commerce were successively harmonized. It’s unique character had been formed by young artists.

SITE ANALYSIS

Site faces main axis of Hongdae street, which is hottest commercial street in Korea.

The average height of Hongdae street’s building is 5-6F. without tall building.

Ground level in this districtis is functioning as commercial role, attracting people to come.

MASS DESIGN PROCESS

divide by program

water lounge

follow the grain of surroundings

draw the flow from the main axis

offset and rotate carrel masse

create courtyard in carrel masse


Take a walk Take a rest

PUBLIC

- attract people only who want library program

Private

Common library as ‘WALNUT’

PRIVATE

- accept limited types of people’s need

SEMI PUBLIC

Semi Public

Getting information Communicating Lecture Talking Sunbathing Watching people Tea time

PRIVATE

- private program is enclosing public program

PUBLIC

Take a coffee Book finding Searching Homework Take a rest Semina

Public

OUTSIDE

Reading Thinking Studying Planning Getting information

OUTSIDE

Reading Thinking Talking Studying Communicating Lecture Semina Meeting Playing Take a coffee Book finding Searching Homework Take a rest Planning Tea time Watching people Take a walk Sunbathing Getting information

SEMI PUBLIC

PROGRAM ANALYSIS

- public program is enclosing private program - attract people not only who want library program but also are not intersted in library - accept various types of people’s need

New library as ‘PEACH’

SECTION FR

This library building is divided into 3 layer; publi outside world directly, functioning as auditorium, c public and private layer, consisted of ramps which fo layer provides quite carrel space


THE LAYERS OF THE LIBRARY

Public Layer Auditorium

ROM SOUTH

ic, transfer, and private layer. Public layer is facing cafe and rest place. Tranfer layer is located between orms architectural promenade in this library. Private e, protected from outside world.

Transfer Layer Corrider

Private Layer Void

Carrel


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4F PLAN

exterior view from North

1. auditorium

2. cafe

4. bookstack

5. carrel

3. atrium


physical model view from a bird-eyes view

left : interior view of Auditorium / right : interior view of Atrium space


Academic, Individual Work TU Delft Msc 2 (2017.03-06) (9/10) prof. Lidy Meijers

EPIPHYTE OF MEMORY the new cultural center of Treebeek

Brunssum, Netherlands

After mining collapsed, the identity of Treebeek as the mining town have been diluted. These days, the past and the present of Treebeek are showing a discrepancy between each other. The current social problems of Treebeek such as loneliness and loss of identity are caused from this dissonance. For these reasons, this project suggested the way utilizing St Barbara’s church as the new cultural center of Treebeek as the mediator which correlate the remembrance of the past and the new memory of the present. This building could be the new basis for the memory of the future, which will be accumulated in the next generation of Treebeek.


“Let St Barbara’s church grows in the environment of Treebeek” Epiphyte Architecture Epiphyte architecture is a design methodology that ‘adding new architectural elements onto existing buildings and creating complementary and symbiotic effects through their organic relations.’ Through this methodology, it would be able to set the new relationship between St Barbara church and the new intervention as an equal relationship instead of hierarchical one.

added part

modified demolished

To link the past and the present of the town, the essential part was to balance between keeping the church’s characteristics and adding the new intervention with community center program.


DESIGN METHODOLOGY

Design Range

Encounter of Old & New

The design range of the project is modifying the existing house and creating the new intervention of accommodating the new program. The old church will be preserved at it had been, and will be used as large flexible space.

Through the contrast between the walls of the old church and the new intervention, users could feel the timeness while walking along the existing wall

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Transition between In/Out, Old/New

Spatial Sequence

By transition spaces, the new intervention could coexist not only with the existing church but with the greenery on the east and the cemetery on the North.

Related to the transition between Old and New, various types of spaces with different characters were arranged, which would provide ‘architectural promenade’ by spatial sequence

Eastern Elevation


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1. lobby 2. administration office 3. auditorium

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4. stage

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5. individual lesson room 6. foyer

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7. core

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8. group lesson room 9. studio 10. preparing room

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11. cafe / bar

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12. WC 13. kitchen 14. Archive

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Ground Level Plan

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Section AA’

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Academic, Individual Work CAU Bsc 5 (2013.09-12)

C O L L AG E P L A Z A

prof. Woohyeon Yang Seoul, South Korea

Apgujeongdong is one of the most luxurious and wealthy place in Korea and is very commercial place which attracts many people. As the subject of this project was ‘commercial complex’, the symbolic character and current circumstances of this site was important material for this project. The project was proceeded under the purpose of improving commercialization of this site. By analysing both macroscopic and regional viewpoint, I set four design strategies including extending street, create plaza, and expanding building’s contact surface.


SITE ANALYSIS

Wide perspective

Middle perspective

Close perspective

An ‘axis,’ acrossing the site, is connecting both popular commertial area in Seoul

City’s context is based on ‘road’ and there are no place functioning as community place for public

Many ‘node,’ such as subway or bus station, are not harmonized with the site’s context

DESIGN STRATEGY

Vertical Street

Creating Plaza

By accumulating, the street is extended vertically. This vertical street is in the commercial axis, and it will attract people’s flow into commercial complex.

office

commercial street

Since there are only roads in Apgujeong’s without any suitable spacious rest place for public, I planned to compose this site as ‘plaza’.

cultural facilities

Collage of Programs the complex is consists of various programs that could attract people to come to this place. Through coexistence of these programs, this place would be the ‘collage plaza.’

shopping mall


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1. Retail Shop 2. Market

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3. Mall

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4. Office 5. Cultural Center

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6. Parking Lot 7. Beauty Center

Ground Floor Plan

Section AA’

Section BB’


up : model view from East left : model view from North / right : model view from West


Academic, Individual Work CAU Bsc 5 (2014.03-04)

TERRA-SCHOOL

prof. Hayub Song Seoul, South Korea

The subject of the studio was ‘eco-friendly school’. Therefore, the design was proceeded under the purpose of providing green community place for students and locals. Also, as the starting point of design, the relationship between educational architecture and education system was strongly considered. So the project was proceeded based on its own education curriculum and materialized data of required programs, etc. In this regard, the ultimate goal of this project was to harmonize architectural design, sustainability, educational background; to realize the belief that ‘architecture space have to include social and cultural surroundings’.


CLIMATE ANALYSIS

the green hill on the city

Wind of Summer

In the forest of the apartment complex, school will provide a green hill for students and local people, and it would become the green landmark for the region Average Sunlight of Summer

Average Sunlight of Winter

Wind of Winter

DESIGN CONCEPT

Inclined Land

Wind Path

Connection


ZONING PLAN Before designing, the analysis of required programs was proceeded, based on the number of students/faculties and the curriculum. And those required programs were planned on their appropriate place.

public space

gym

archive

library

cafeteria

study room

media room

school nurse

classroom

special classroom

auditorium

office

community room

core & facilities

core & facilities

faculty area library

communiti area machinery

open to public

faculty office

faculty refectory

student’s area

Required Programs

faculty archive

facilities

faculty’s area

classroom area

Program Arrangement

perspective view from South

left : view from Atrium / right : view from roof terrace


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1F Plan

1. atrium

4. cafeteria

7. family room

10. faculty lounge 13. school nurse

2. lounge

5. class room

8. study room

11. archive

14. auditorium

3. library

6. special class room 9. faculty office

12. office

15. gym

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Ground Floor Plan

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Academic, Individual Work CAU Bsc 3 (2012.03-06) prof. Hayub Song Seoul, Korea

T he En tran c e t h e rev i t a l izat ion of J ong ro s t re et

This project was proceeded under the subject of ‘Adapted Reuse’. I aimed to reflect the urban context of Jongno in architectural design. By strategies for revitalization, I purposed not only mere adapted reuse of existing building but also to make my building to be a seed of ‘revitalization’ of this area. Also, by applying Korean traditional architectural language to design, this building would represent the historical context of this site.


3. Office 4. Terrace 8. Museum

3. Office 4. Terrace 7. Residence 8. Museum

6. Studio 7. Residence

4. Terrace 5. Lobby 6. Studio

1. Store 2. Cafe 3. Office

1. U-glass 2. U-glass frame 3. I-beam structure 4. colored glass

a. U-glass

5. wood louver

b. existing building structure

6. glass window

c. colored glass

7. window frame

d. glass window

8. timber column

e. wood exterior finishing

9. concrete core

f. stairs

10. core stairs


W O U N D E D VA L L E Y

Competition (Bronze Prize) Individual Work CAU Bsc 5 (2014.09-12) Panmunjeom, DMZ, South Korea

Korean War Memorial Park

how should Korean War be remembered after the unification of South and North Korea? COUNTER MONUMENTALITY Korean war and separation are not to commemorate, but to be embarrassed and to be remorsed. Therefore, it should not be beautified and wrapped in good. It should allow us to see how painful these memories were. Panmunjom is the symbolic place where could symbolize the ‘separation.’ The honest description of pain from Korean War on this place will ironically present the value of peace. By marking the main battles points and drawing lines between Panmunjom and the points chronologically, the line becomes a memorial path, inscribing the history of Korean War on Panmunjom. Through this line, visiters would walk along the history of Korean War.

Design Process

the symbolic site

carving the scar

The Scar of Korean War the line of the scar presents the chronology of Korean War

skin over with new memory


Spatial Sequence A

Spatial Sequence B

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Spatial Sequence C

C B

Spatial Sequence D

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Spatial Sequence E

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Spatial Sequence F

left: Master Plan right : Spatial Sequences


Competition (Awarded) group work CAU Bsc 5 (2014.09-12) Seoul, South Korea

T H E C U LT U R E C U B E S ; the cultural village in Gangnam residence

The site is Gangnam area where is surrounded by big scale of apartment buildings. Therefore, it was important not only to follow the existing context but also to break the monotonous huge grain of the site. For this reason, the purpose of the project is to create village-like cultural center. Related to this goal, we planned to scatter small cultural facilities around the big one. Through harmonizing these different types and scales of facilities, it would be able to create synergy effect between them and to enlarge cultural influence to the surroundings.

enlarge the cultural influence by scattering small ‘cultural pieces’

Master Plan


exterior view from the cultural village

interior view of the central library


Competition group work professional experience A.A.L.(2015.04-06) Seoul, South Korea

EPIPHYTE SEOUL ; Re-constructing Seunsangga Citywalk

The project was held for the international competition for Re-structuring Seunsangga CityWalk. Alternative Architecture Lab(A.A.L.) participated in the team, mainly dealt with the whole general concept and architectural design parts. I, as a junior researcher of A.A.L., aid my effort on the investigation of the site analysis, the idea of Epiphyte, and architectural strategies. Also, as part of the design team, I drew the several drawings and participated in diagram works. After the competition, the idea of ‘Epiphyte’ had been improved with my individual research, and it the result was my master thesis, ‘Epiphyte architecture: a study on an alternative method as architectural regeneration,’ which also affected to Msc2 course project, ‘Epiphyte of Memory.’ In this regards, this project not only proofs my experience in the competition of professional field but also shows my ability in combining research and design works.


5 strategies of Epiphyte Urbanism are proposed at Seun to reconnect separated urban fabrics and revitalize the underused mega-structure.


EX TRA EXPERIENCES Besides the internship in architectural offices, I made various kinds of working experiences as a researcher of AAL(Alternative Architecture Lab) in Chungang University. Those experiences include not only architectural field, but other areas such as administration of architecture competition or exhibition. Most of those work were done under the collaboration with Seoul metropolitan goverment

Administration and participation in 2014 Seoul Architecture Festival : as a researcher of AAL, worked with Seoul Metropolitan Goverment

Administration of Han River Imagination in 2015 Seoul Architecture Festival (right) : as a researcher of AAL, worked with Seoul Metropolitan Goverment

Internship : Model making


HAND DRAWINGS Excellent not only in free hand drawing but also in more detailed one such as portrait.

Jinhyuck Lim Architecture portfolio 2018  

a graduate from TU Delft

Jinhyuck Lim Architecture portfolio 2018  

a graduate from TU Delft

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