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A PORTFOLIO BY

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JINWOO JUN


JINWOO JUN

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>!EDUCATION

JIN∙WOO JUN / ‘ji∙nü ‘jǝn / [abbr. Jin] etymology ¹ Born in Korea, raised in California, educated in New York ² Fluent in English & Korean, Conversational in French usage ¹ Trained in art history to observe ² Thinks like an architect to spatialize ³ Plans as if an urbanist to problem solve ⁴ Designs with a philosophy to innovate ⁵ Promotes social justice to inspire

>!PROFESSIONAL

REFINED : >!RESEARCH

>!SKILLS

>!PHONE! ! 415(686(8755( (

>!EMAIL jinwoojun(@(gmail.com

2009$2013! ( (

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BARD!COLLEGE,!B.A.!ART!HISTORY!!|!!GPA!3.5( Focus(on(Architectural(and(Urban(History,(Theory,(&(Criticism

Summer(2012! ! !

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COLUMBIA!UNIVERSITY,!GSAPP Introduction(to(Architecture(Program

Summer(2012! ! !

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INSTITUT!DE!TOURAINE French(Intensive(Program

Summer(2010( ( (

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BARD!URBAN!STUDIES!IN!NEW!ORLEANS!PROGRAM Focus(on(Urban(Geography(&(Sociology

2011$2013!

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TEACHING!/!ADMIN!ASSISTANT!@!Bard!College!Art!History!Program Aided(administrative(assistant(with(daily(tasks,(organizational( projects,(&(research.(Lecture(preparation,(PowerPoint(design,( slide(scanning.(Archival,(image(sourcing.

Summer(2011!

!

TEACHER!/!GRAPHICS!INTERN!@!Next!Generation!Scholars Taught(a(course(titled(“Visual(Justice:(Focus(on(Media,( Architecture(and(the(Urban(Landscape”(for(the(Summer(Academy.( Devised(a(multidisciplinary(curriculum.(Collaborated(with(other( faculty(members(to(create(an(integrated(environment.(Designed( print(publications.

Summer(2010(

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COMMUNITY!BUILDING!INTERN!@!Neighborhood!Housing!Services!of!NOLA Surveyed(post$Katrina(property(conditions.(Analyzed(survey(data,( created(graphs(and(charts,(and(plotted(progress(from(previous( surveys.(Organized(a(“Data(Release(Event”(for(residents,( community(leaders,(&(local(politicians,(visualizing(the( statistical(progress(of(revitalization(in(the(neighborhood.

May(2009(

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INTERN!@!TURNBULL,!GRIFFIN,!&!HAESLOOP!ARCHITECTS Assisted(architects(to(create(sustainable(and(effective( educational(spaces.(Fabricated(miniature(models(with(topography( from(CAD(plans.(Rendered(small$scale(projects(with(SketchUp.

2012$2013(

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SENIOR!THESIS Interdisciplinary(research(paper(titled!“Regarding(the( Uncertainty(of(our(Hyphens:(Locating(Hybridity(in(the(Imaginary( Landscapes(of(Do$Ho(Suh.”

Spring(2013(

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SELECTED!MEMBER!OF!BARD!SHIPPING!CONTAINER!ARCHITECTURE!TUTORIAL Performed(research(on(site$placement,(building(codes,(and( historic(heritage(preservation,(and(strategized(effective(space( design,(project(branding,(and(a(viral(marketing(campaign(for( raising(awareness(with(a(team(of(students,(professors,(and( professionals.

April(2013!

!

PRESENTER!@!Thinking!the!City!Conference Presented(paper(to(group(of(professors(and(students.( Interdisciplinary(research(on(contemporary(urban(issues(in(Korea.( Participated(in(panel(discussion.(

Languages!

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Fluent!in!Korean,!Conversational!in!French HTML,!CSS,!JavaScript

Software(

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Windows!+!Mac,!Microsoft!Office,!Photoshop,!Illustrator, InDesign,!iWork,!iLife,!FinalCut!Pro,!Google!SketchUp


JINWOO JUN

DEFINED :

J

>!EDUCATION

JIN∙WOO JUN / ‘ji∙nü ‘jǝn / [abbr. Jin] etymology ¹ Born in Korea, raised in California, educated in New York ² Fluent in English & Korean, Conversational in French usage ¹ Trained in art history to observe ² Thinks like an architect to spatialize ³ Plans as if an urbanist to problem solve ⁴ Designs with a philosophy to innovate ⁵ Promotes social justice to inspire

>!PROFESSIONAL

REFINED : >!RESEARCH

>!SKILLS

>!PHONE! ! 415(686(8755( (

>!EMAIL jinwoojun(@(gmail.com

2009$2013! ( (

! (

BARD!COLLEGE,!B.A.!ART!HISTORY!!|!!GPA!3.5( Focus(on(Architectural(and(Urban(History,(Theory,(&(Criticism

Summer(2012! ! !

! !

COLUMBIA!UNIVERSITY,!GSAPP Introduction(to(Architecture(Program

Summer(2012! ! !

! !

INSTITUT!DE!TOURAINE French(Intensive(Program

Summer(2010( ( (

( (

BARD!URBAN!STUDIES!IN!NEW!ORLEANS!PROGRAM Focus(on(Urban(Geography(&(Sociology

2011$2013!

!

TEACHING!/!ADMIN!ASSISTANT!@!Bard!College!Art!History!Program Aided(administrative(assistant(with(daily(tasks,(organizational( projects,(&(research.(Lecture(preparation,(PowerPoint(design,( slide(scanning.(Archival,(image(sourcing.

Summer(2011!

!

TEACHER!/!GRAPHICS!INTERN!@!Next!Generation!Scholars Taught(a(course(titled(“Visual(Justice:(Focus(on(Media,( Architecture(and(the(Urban(Landscape”(for(the(Summer(Academy.( Devised(a(multidisciplinary(curriculum.(Collaborated(with(other( faculty(members(to(create(an(integrated(environment.(Designed( print(publications.

Summer(2010(

(

COMMUNITY!BUILDING!INTERN!@!Neighborhood!Housing!Services!of!NOLA Surveyed(post$Katrina(property(conditions.(Analyzed(survey(data,( created(graphs(and(charts,(and(plotted(progress(from(previous( surveys.(Organized(a(“Data(Release(Event”(for(residents,( community(leaders,(&(local(politicians,(visualizing(the( statistical(progress(of(revitalization(in(the(neighborhood.

May(2009(

(

INTERN!@!TURNBULL,!GRIFFIN,!&!HAESLOOP!ARCHITECTS Assisted(architects(to(create(sustainable(and(effective( educational(spaces.(Fabricated(miniature(models(with(topography( from(CAD(plans.(Rendered(small$scale(projects(with(SketchUp.

2012$2013(

(

SENIOR!THESIS Interdisciplinary(research(paper(titled!“Regarding(the( Uncertainty(of(our(Hyphens:(Locating(Hybridity(in(the(Imaginary( Landscapes(of(Do$Ho(Suh.”

Spring(2013(

(

SELECTED!MEMBER!OF!BARD!SHIPPING!CONTAINER!ARCHITECTURE!TUTORIAL Performed(research(on(site$placement,(building(codes,(and( historic(heritage(preservation,(and(strategized(effective(space( design,(project(branding,(and(a(viral(marketing(campaign(for( raising(awareness(with(a(team(of(students,(professors,(and( professionals.

April(2013!

!

PRESENTER!@!Thinking!the!City!Conference Presented(paper(to(group(of(professors(and(students.( Interdisciplinary(research(on(contemporary(urban(issues(in(Korea.( Participated(in(panel(discussion.(

Languages!

!

Fluent!in!Korean,!Conversational!in!French HTML,!CSS,!JavaScript

Software(

(

Windows!+!Mac,!Microsoft!Office,!Photoshop,!Illustrator, InDesign,!iWork,!iLife,!FinalCut!Pro,!Google!SketchUp


ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

RENAISSANCE 2.0 DYNAMIC PUBLIC SPACE IN HARLEM “THE INTENTION WAS TO GO BEYOND ORTHOGONALITY, BEYOND EUCLIDEAN GEOMETRY, TOWARDS AN ARCHITECTURE BASED ON A NON-EUCLIDEAN GEOMETRY, ON TOPOLOGY... THE FUNCTION OF THE OBLIQUE IS THE APPLICATION OF TOPOLOGY TO ARCHITECTURE AS A WHOLE, AND NOT ONLY TO PARKING GARAGES OR TO THE GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM. IT’S LIKE SAYING: ‘EUCLIDEAN GEOMETRY HAS BUILT ARCHITECTURE FROM EARLY HISTORY UNTIL MODERNITY. TOMORROW WE WILL BUILD WITH TOPOLOGY.’” PAUL VIRILIO

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY GSAPP INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURE PROGRAM, SUMMER 2012


ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

RENAISSANCE 2.0 DYNAMIC PUBLIC SPACE IN HARLEM “THE INTENTION WAS TO GO BEYOND ORTHOGONALITY, BEYOND EUCLIDEAN GEOMETRY, TOWARDS AN ARCHITECTURE BASED ON A NON-EUCLIDEAN GEOMETRY, ON TOPOLOGY... THE FUNCTION OF THE OBLIQUE IS THE APPLICATION OF TOPOLOGY TO ARCHITECTURE AS A WHOLE, AND NOT ONLY TO PARKING GARAGES OR TO THE GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM. IT’S LIKE SAYING: ‘EUCLIDEAN GEOMETRY HAS BUILT ARCHITECTURE FROM EARLY HISTORY UNTIL MODERNITY. TOMORROW WE WILL BUILD WITH TOPOLOGY.’” PAUL VIRILIO

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY GSAPP INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURE PROGRAM, SUMMER 2012


A study involved in inventing an original design language from research/data and translating it into spaces. The spatial vocabulary is defined by the macramĂŠ technique, in which the tension of the strings provided by the knots and bound by the grid incrementally gives form to the spatial data extracted from the site in Harlem (Lenox Ave x 125th). From there, the flat, static orthogonality of the site is reborn as fluid, “obliqueâ€? surfaces that reflect the dynamism seen in the streets of Harlem.


A study involved in inventing an original design language from research/data and translating it into spaces. The spatial vocabulary is defined by the macramĂŠ technique, in which the tension of the strings provided by the knots and bound by the grid incrementally gives form to the spatial data extracted from the site in Harlem (Lenox Ave x 125th). From there, the flat, static orthogonality of the site is reborn as fluid, “obliqueâ€? surfaces that reflect the dynamism seen in the streets of Harlem.


DATA MOTION & DYNAMISM

Harlem’s rich culture was born, fostered, and told by the streets and enriched by the translation of storytellers such as Langston Hughes and Zora Neale Hurston. In this spirit of the location, the culture of the site is extracted by examining [1] pedestrian circulation & density, [2] jaywalking patterns, [3] site visibility from the sidewalk, and [4] dwelling time of pedestrians.


DATA MOTION & DYNAMISM

Harlem’s rich culture was born, fostered, and told by the streets and enriched by the translation of storytellers such as Langston Hughes and Zora Neale Hurston. In this spirit of the location, the culture of the site is extracted by examining [1] pedestrian circulation & density, [2] jaywalking patterns, [3] site visibility from the sidewalk, and [4] dwelling time of pedestrians.


LANGUAGE INSPIRATION & INNOVATION

Like jazz beats flowing from the strings of a guitar, the dynamic data

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becomes knotted into fluid surfaces that reflect Harlem’s street culture. Theoretical base extracted from Claude Parent and Paul Virillio’s “The Function of the Oblique,” and Stan Allen’s “Landform Building.”

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LANGUAGE INSPIRATION & INNOVATION

Like jazz beats flowing from the strings of a guitar, the dynamic data

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becomes knotted into fluid surfaces that reflect Harlem’s street culture. Theoretical base extracted from Claude Parent and Paul Virillio’s “The Function of the Oblique,” and Stan Allen’s “Landform Building.”

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TRANSLATION SCALE . PROGRAM . CONTEXT

The Harlem Renaissance lives on with an abandoned, vacant lot reborn as a dynamic public space. Utilizing the new spatial language, the previously static piece of land becomes an extension of the street, hybridizing the functions of a path, a node, and a landmark.


TRANSLATION SCALE . PROGRAM . CONTEXT

The Harlem Renaissance lives on with an abandoned, vacant lot reborn as a dynamic public space. Utilizing the new spatial language, the previously static piece of land becomes an extension of the street, hybridizing the functions of a path, a node, and a landmark.


URBAN DESIGN

BARDWALK SPATIALIZING CULTURAL HERITAGE

BARD COLLEGE URBAN DESIGN PRACTICUM, FALL 2012


URBAN DESIGN

BARDWALK SPATIALIZING CULTURAL HERITAGE

BARD COLLEGE URBAN DESIGN PRACTICUM, FALL 2012


Redefining cultural heritage, not simply as a look into the past - the history - but also a lens forward that promotes and sustains the living culture of today. Inspired by China’s “The Red Ribbon” in Tanghe River Park. Abstracting the natural environment into dynamic benches. Taking one of the most frequently accessed, yet underutilized space and reappropriating a mere passage of mobility into a public monument and entertainment space to foster Bard’s vibrant campus culture.

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inspired by the hudson river valley landscape


Redefining cultural heritage, not simply as a look into the past - the history - but also a lens forward that promotes and sustains the living culture of today. Inspired by China’s “The Red Ribbon” in Tanghe River Park. Abstracting the natural environment into dynamic benches. Taking one of the most frequently accessed, yet underutilized space and reappropriating a mere passage of mobility into a public monument and entertainment space to foster Bard’s vibrant campus culture.

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inspired by the hudson river valley landscape


PRESENTATION DESIGN

NARRATIONS EFFECTIVE STORYTELLING

“DANCING BETWEEN THE LINE OF NARRATIVE AND REPRESENTATION, CARTOONING IS A MEDIUM THAT FACILITATES EXPERIMENTATIONS IN PROPORTION, COMPOSITION, SCALE, SENSIBILITY, CHARACTER PLASTICITY, AND THE PART-TO-WHOLE RELATIONSHIP AS THE PAGE BECOMES AN OBJECT”

JIMENEZ LAI


PRESENTATION DESIGN

NARRATIONS EFFECTIVE STORYTELLING

“DANCING BETWEEN THE LINE OF NARRATIVE AND REPRESENTATION, CARTOONING IS A MEDIUM THAT FACILITATES EXPERIMENTATIONS IN PROPORTION, COMPOSITION, SCALE, SENSIBILITY, CHARACTER PLASTICITY, AND THE PART-TO-WHOLE RELATIONSHIP AS THE PAGE BECOMES AN OBJECT”

JIMENEZ LAI


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communicating the city as a bridge between heritage & modernization

“the use of both korean and international green building rating systems ensures that projects are built to a high standard of sustainable design and construction”

JIN JUN SPRING 2013 THINKING THE CITY: LITERATURE, THEORY, VISUAL ARTS RE: THE CITY IN TRANSLATION

“BRAND NEW CITY” Concept-Branding for Conference Presentation

Thinking the CIty Conference, April 2013

greenest city international gateway city-in-a-box instant city

smart city ubiquitous city aerotropolis atopia global business hub the future city dream hub

“compact smart city”


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N E W

C I T Y

communicating the city as a bridge between heritage & modernization

“the use of both korean and international green building rating systems ensures that projects are built to a high standard of sustainable design and construction”

JIN JUN SPRING 2013 THINKING THE CITY: LITERATURE, THEORY, VISUAL ARTS RE: THE CITY IN TRANSLATION

“BRAND NEW CITY” Concept-Branding for Conference Presentation

Thinking the CIty Conference, April 2013

greenest city international gateway city-in-a-box instant city

smart city ubiquitous city aerotropolis atopia global business hub the future city dream hub

“compact smart city”


[ contain ]ing the landscape bard shipping container tutorial 2013 re: design

“[contain]ing the landscape� Type-based Design for Idea Session Presentation

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designing [ the empty space ]

case study: bmw guggenheim lab

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Bard Shipping Container Lab Tutorial, Spring 2013

site technical [ convenience ]

practical [ utility ]


[ contain ]ing the landscape bard shipping container tutorial 2013 re: design

“[contain]ing the landscape� Type-based Design for Idea Session Presentation

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]

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designing [ the empty space ]

case study: bmw guggenheim lab

]

Bard Shipping Container Lab Tutorial, Spring 2013

site technical [ convenience ]

practical [ utility ]


FALLEN STAR 1/5

PRESENTED BY JIN JUN

COLLISION COURSE Do-Ho Suh’s Search for the Perfect Home

“Collision Course” Modular-type Design for Academic Presentation

enamel paint, glass, honeycomb board, lacquer paint, LED lights, pinewood, plywood, resin, spruce, styrene, polycarbonate sheets, PVC s h e e t s , A B S, b a s s wo o d , b e e c h , ceramic, enamel paint, glass, honeycomb board, lacquer paint, LED lights, pinewood, plywood, resin, spruce, styrene, polycarbonate sheets, PVC sheets, ABS, basswood, beech, ceramic, enamel paint, glass, honeycomb board, lacquer paint, LED lights, pinewood, plywood, resin, spruce, styrene, polycarbonate sheets, PVC sheets, ABS, basswood, beech, MATERIALITY

Art History Junior Seminar; Project on Do-Ho Suh, Spring 2012

UP

BIOGRAPHY

“ do_ho suh b.1962 Seoul, Korea


FALLEN STAR 1/5

PRESENTED BY JIN JUN

COLLISION COURSE Do-Ho Suh’s Search for the Perfect Home

“Collision Course” Modular-type Design for Academic Presentation

enamel paint, glass, honeycomb board, lacquer paint, LED lights, pinewood, plywood, resin, spruce, styrene, polycarbonate sheets, PVC s h e e t s , A B S, b a s s wo o d , b e e c h , ceramic, enamel paint, glass, honeycomb board, lacquer paint, LED lights, pinewood, plywood, resin, spruce, styrene, polycarbonate sheets, PVC sheets, ABS, basswood, beech, ceramic, enamel paint, glass, honeycomb board, lacquer paint, LED lights, pinewood, plywood, resin, spruce, styrene, polycarbonate sheets, PVC sheets, ABS, basswood, beech, MATERIALITY

Art History Junior Seminar; Project on Do-Ho Suh, Spring 2012

UP

BIOGRAPHY

“ do_ho suh b.1962 Seoul, Korea


FREEHAND DRAWING

MOTION CHOREOGRAPHING STASIS


FREEHAND DRAWING

MOTION CHOREOGRAPHING STASIS


Exploring the figure as the user in space, bodily motions were extracted from the stillness of the models. With the lines unrestricted and unbound by the conventional space of the body, a potential for movement is explored.


Exploring the figure as the user in space, bodily motions were extracted from the stillness of the models. With the lines unrestricted and unbound by the conventional space of the body, a potential for movement is explored.


J J jinwoojun @ gmail.com 415 686 8755

A Portfolio by Jinwoo Jun  

Design portfolio with selected work: - Architectural Design - Urban Design - Communication Design - Freehand Drawing

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