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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTURE
2012 - 2017
Bachelor of Architecture Los Angeles, CA
CLAREMONT HIGH SCHOOL
2009 - 2012
SAMOO Architects & Engineers
Songpa District, Seoul, South Korea
Summer Internship Researched about the assigned site and organized information. Prepared for presentations and made site physical models. Assisted group with small tasks. Project: Hana Bank Data Center NOV 2017- Now
New Line Design Los Angeles, CA
Junior Architectural Designer
Participating and designing interior and exterior commercial, restaurant, and residential projects in both 2D and 3D. Have done city permit process several times.
Language So ware
KOREAN ENGLISH Rhinoceros 3D V-Ray Illustrator Photoshop Cad Revit SketchUp LEED Green Associate V4 Autodesk Revit Certiﬁed User
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Michael Young: Thesis Adviser email@example.com
Ramiro Diaz-Granados: First 4th year Adviser firstname.lastname@example.org
CONTENTS 2 BIOGRAPHY
CHAPTER \ OFFICE WORKS 5 RESIDENTIAL / 1444 HI POINT ST
COMMERCIAL / TOEBANG RESTAURANT
COMMERCIAL / KEUNGAMA RESTAURANT
COMMERCIAL / 425 S WESTERN AVE.
CHAPTER \\ EDUCATIONAL WORKS 21
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA INSTITUE OF FASHION MIS FIT HOUSE
34 CHICAGO VIVARIUM/ LABORATORY 39 BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB 43 LA MODERN MUSEUM
OFFIC FFICE FICEO C
WO RK T
project1 5 SMALL LOT SUB-DIVISION house development
R E S I D E N T I A L
project data Address : 1444 Hi Point St. Los Angeles, CA 90035 LOT : FR 9 APN : 5068017036 TRACT MAP : 3909 LOT SIZE : 8,500.9 S.F. ZONING : [Q] R3-1 Work Description - New 5 Small Lot Sub-division - 5 - 3 Story Single Family Dwelling Development - New 5 Lots of Small Lot Subdivision - 39 Feet Proposed Height - One Standard, One Compact Parking space per lot, back up shared w/ lots to south Type of Construction - Type V-B Const. N.R.
my role -correction assistant -3d modeling (+rendering) -creating packages for clients and hearing
drawings P L A N S 6 44
elevations 7 44
1 unit cross section
drawings S ECT IO N S 8 44
render 9 44
to e b a n g restaurant
C O M M E R C I A L
interior renovation project data Address : 3465 w. 6th st. #110 Los Angeles, CA 90020 LOT : FR 1 APN : 5502020016 TRACT : champman park track 2 ZONING : c2-1 Work Description - t.i. for existing restaurant Development - new restaurant dining and kitchen layout - t.i. for existing patio project building area: - 1,500 s.f.(restaurant)+950 s.f.(patio) construction type: type v-b
my role -drafting -permit process (health+building) -correction assistant -3d modeling (+rendering) -research (wallpaper, lighting, furniture..)
drawings P L A N S
EXISTING FLOOR PLAN
PROPOSED FLOOR PLAN
drawings SECTIONS & ELEVATION
EXISTING PATIO ELEVATION
EXISTING PATIO SIDE ELEVATION
EXISTING BUILDING SECTION-2
EXISTING BUILDING SECTION-1
EXISTING BUILDING SECTION-3
PROPOSED INTERIOR ELEVATION-1
PROPOSED LONG INTERIOR ELEVATION-1
PROPOSED LONG INTERIOR ELEVATION-2
PROPOSED INTERIOR ELEVATION-2
PROPOSED LONG INTERIOR ELEVATION-3
PROPOSED LONG INTERIOR ELEVATION-4
PROPOSED INTERIOR ELEVATION-3
PROPOSED INTERIOR ELEVATION-4
PROPOSED FLOOR PLAN
OUTDOOR DINING AREA(PATIO) INDOOR DINING AREA
elevations 14 44
RENDERED PLAN 5.
C O M M E R C I A L
keungama restaurant interior renovation project data Address : 3498 W 8th St, Los Angeles, CA 90005 LOT : 142 APN : 5093015019 TRACT : TR 2189 ZONING : c2-1 Work Description - t.i. for existing restaurant Development - new restaurant dining and kitchen layout project building area: - 1,800 s.f.(restaurant) construction type: type v-b
my role -3d modeling (+rendering)
425 s Western ave. exterior renovation
C O M M E R C I A L
project data Address : 425 s. western ave los angeles, ca 90020 LOT : FR 79 APN : 5503015022 TRACT : WESTMINSTER SQUARE ZONING : c2-1 Work Description - facade renovation for existing building Development - new exterior facade design project building area: - 7,800 s.f.(restaurant)
my role -3d modeling (+rendering)
EDUCATIONAL C H A P T E R \ \
WORK 20 44
Southern California Institute Of Fashion 2013-2014 Spring Term
Location: Los Angeles, CA Type: School, College Instructor: Christopher Korner This studio explores programming as a means of generating organization models and conceptual narratives that shift basic morphologies into new spatial realms. Primary to this study is an investigation into the gradient of space between architectural form and cultural action. By focusing on methods of
organization, the project will be engage in processes that can affect traditional systems of order and transform them into renewed models of spatial interaction.
Los Angeles Fashion District. The Los Angeles Fashion District, the is a design, warehouse, and distribution nexus of the clothing, accessories and fabric industry in Downtown Los Angeles. The Fashion District spans 90 blocks and is the hub of the apparel industry on the West Coast of the United States. There are approximately 100 blocks of independently owned retail and wholesale businesses with apparel, accessories, footwear, beauty and cosmetics for the entire family
MORPHOLOGIES TO SPATIAL REALMS
TYPE3. DONUT SLAB
OUT OF 4 DIFFERENT GIVEN TYPES, STUDENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO MIX, COMBINE, AND MANIPULATE THE MORPHOLOGIES WITHIN THE 3X3X3 BOUNDARY BOX. ALSO TRANSFORMATIONS OF THE MORPHOLOGIES CAUSE UNINTENDED SPATIAL INTERACTIONS BETWEEN EACH MORPHOLOGY AND INTRODUCE COMPLEX OVERALL APPEARANCES. AFTER RAB L .EPYT TRANSFORMED MORPHOLOGIES INVADE EACH OTHER, STUDENTS GET CHANCES TO MANIPULATE AND CONTROL THE SPACES ACCORDING TO THE REQUIRED PROGRAMS OF THE PROJECT. THE NEEDS OF THE OPENINGS SCHEME IS INVESTIGATED BY EACH STUDENT AND DEVELOPED TO THE ARCHITECTURAL LANGUAGE TO BE PROJECTED INTO THE PROJECT.
MAIN ACCESS AND PARING
1. Auditorium 2. Seminar Room 3. Studio Space 4. Sewing Room 5. Dying Room 6. Toy Room 7. Printmaking Lab 8. Computer Lab 9. Library 10. Fabric Library 11. Lobby 12. Runway/ Exhibit 13. Store 14. Cafe 15. Lounge 16. Offices 17. Bathrooms 18. Storage
M I S F I T HOUSE 2015-2016 Fall Term Location: Palm Springs, CA Type: Residential House Instructor: Diaz- Granados This studio examines and investigates how volumetric parts will affect each other in a given rules and system whether they will supplement each other or not. The observation focuses on the relationship between the volumetric parts and the massive whole. Are the parts clumsy but the whole elegant? Do the parts and whole have congruous relationships or not? Students are expected to keep questioning potentials happening between the volumetric parts and the massive whole.
Palm Springs Palm Springs, a city in the Sonoran Desert of southern California, is known for its hot springs, stylish hotels, golf courses and spas. It's also noted for its many fine examples of midcentury-modern architecture. Located in the dry part of Palm Springs, the site is separate from the urban neighborhood and simply contains nothing but desert. It is a guaranteed land where designers can be creative for both a house and landscape.
knot vector node This exercise introduces problems of massing composition through the scripted relationship of multiple centers and their corresponding vectors to nodes along a volumetric knot. Using the provided script(s) students are each asked to create three different massing versions that address the parameters and produce an ambivalent relationship between the following qualities: unified vs. fragmentedÍž clumsy vs. elegantÍž internally congruous vs. incongruousÍž in the ground vs. of the ground . Given that multiple centers and vectors are built into the script, consider and speculate on how hierarchy might get established between these qualities and manifested in the overall massing. Variability is quite extensive within the script so each of student needs to determine what set of parameters are being manipulated towards a desired configuration.
SKIN SHEME Patterns of the skin or envelope is emerged from the house's own properties with the help of digital tools. As a result, abstract patterns not representing any typical materials are generated on the skins and naturally become a part of the project. Also, by the help of a computative digital tool, certain size of patterns are automatically grouped and transformed to rectangles to act as apertures of the house.
1st Section 1. Living Room 2. Kitchen 3. Dining Room 4. Restroom 5. Bedroom 6. Storage
2nd Section 1. Living Room 2. Kitchen 3. Dining Room 4. Restroom 5. Bedroom 6. Storage
2nd Level Floor plan 1. Living Room 2. Kitchen 3. Dining Room 4. Restroom 5. Bedroom 6. Storage
Ground Level Floor plan 1. Living Room 2. Kitchen 3. Dining Room 4. Restroom 5. Bedroom 6. Storage
C H I C A G O VIVARIUM/ LABORATORY 2014-2015 Fall Term
Location: Chicago, IL Type: Research Lab, Learning Center Instructor: John Enright Partner: Goric Wong This studio locates the idea of architecture at the intersection of various systems of information: from technical to cultural, from visual to tactile. Students will learn how to manage the development of abstract geometry as it becomes pressurized toward material concerns. The process of pressurization should yield refinement, nuance, and specificity to a structural framework as it transforms from a generic condition into a complex and particular building proposal.
Chicago Chicago, officially the City of Chicago, is the third-most populous city in the United States. The metropolitan area, often referred to as Chicagoland, has nearly 10 million people and is the third-largest in the United States. Chicago has often been called a global architecture capital and is considered one of the most important business centers in the world. The site location has 2 ground levels, one original ground and one artificial ground which is actually seen as actual ground. Because the built ground is now accepted as the actual workable ground, the original ground is taking the underground part but still exposed to the natural daylight.
The whole project begins from creating iconic and abstract form of morphology for further structural and geometrical studies. Adding more iterations help understand how each iteration is interrelated to each other in terms of structure and roles.
This exercise is not resolving the structure of an idealized, a priori form. Rather, students view structure as a primary layer for giving shape to an abstract system of geometry that emerges when multiple systems collapse onto each other. While some of these layers have been encountered in previous projects (site organization, program distribution, circulation) this exercise adds new performative parameters including structure, envelope, and building systems. For this project structure will be the primary organizational system by which these layers are concatenated. The structural resolution of a building will not be thought of as merely the most feasible way of supporting an idealized form. Rather, structure will be an organizational system rich with spatial content that collapses building performance with effect.
MODULE ARRANGEMENT SCHEME: MULTIPLICITY The project considers the uses of precedent and antecedent, and catch the capacity to use as a methodological tool to guide a rigorous approach to decision making. Villa Capra and Villa Savoye have their identical floor height ratios regarding their forms, spatial functions, zones, and so on. Multiplicity of modules allow project to categorize and arrange programs accordingly based on their sizes, accessibilities and performances. Being comprised of two types of modules, the pair works as a basic unit of ag gregation, and is doubled in size to satisfy different types of programs. This process is required to continue until every program is placed inside of the aggregation.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
Lobby Vivarium Computer Lab Prep Space Classroom Cafe Gathering Space Office
9. Restroom 10. Green Room 11. Lecture Hall 12. Back stage 13. Parking Lot
1. Lobby 2. Vivarium 3. Computer Lab 4. Prep Space 5. Classroom 6. Cafe 7. Gathering Space 8. Office 9. Restroom 10. Green Room 11. Lecture Hall 12. Back stage 13. Parking Lot
PERSPECTIVE SECTION 1. Lobby 2. Vivarium 3. Computer Lab 4. Prep Space 5. Classroom 6. Cafe 7. Gathering Space 8. Office 9. Restroom 10. Green Room 11. Lecture Hall 12. Back stage 13. Parking Lot
Location: Los Angeles, CA Type: Learning center, shelter Instructor: Margaret Griffin Projects work within the variable conditions that determine the characteristics of a site, whether conceptual (eg. musical score, text, painting, idea) or physical(eg. location, geometrically described piece of property, legal boundary condition). Students explore the various conditional relationships that affect the reading and description of sites, and understand circumstance and environment as complex systems of information
Hollywood Hollywood is a neighborhood in the central region of Los Angeles, California. This ethnically diverse, densely populated neighborhood is notable as the home of the U.S. film industry, including several of its historic studios, and its name has come to be a shorthand reference for the industry and the people in it. Located at the Northern part of Hollywood, the project site has 17ft tall sloped geographical feature. Surrounded by diverse and busy neighborhood, the project requires to set secure and isolated community for children.
B O Y S A N D GIRLS C L U B 2013-2014 Fall Term
2D GRID TO SPATIAL GRID
Regular Grid system
+ Arbitrary grid systemC
ircles derived from the grid
Circle derived from outside the boundary
GRID TO FIGURE/ FIGURE TO GRID Starting off from a golden ratio box, whether they are systematized or not, certain grids are affected, intersected, and eventually become base lines to introduce primitive geometries. Once again, the geometries are used as references and finally a figural shape is delineated. As the golden ratio boxes are arrayed
A FIGURE UTILIZED TO A GRIDI
NTERNAL SPACE OF THE MASSING
Arrange and place the massing on the site.
Main core insert
PROGRAM 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.
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LA MODERN MUSEUM 2012-2013 Spring Term
Location: Los Angeles, CA Type: Museum Instructor: David Freeland This studio serves to develop analytical and conceptual strategies that direct notions of spatial ordering systems and architectural form. A series of evolutionary and interrelated projects involving various media (both digital and physical) will serve to guide the students toward an understanding of sophisticated notions of spatial compositions and material considerations.
Little Tokyo Little Tokyo, also known as Little Tokyo Historic District, is an ethnically Japanese American district in downtown Los Angeles and the heart of the largest Japanese-American population in North America. It is one of only three official Japantowns in the United States, all in California (the other two are Japantown, San Francisco and Japantown, San Jose). The area, sometimes called Lil' Tokyo, J-Town, is the cultural center for Japanese Americans in Southern California. It was declared a National Historic Landmark District in 1995. In addition, the project site includes 2 adjacent museums, MOCA and Japanese American National Museum, which can strengthen one of the features of Little Tokyo.
Altes Museum Architect: Karl Friedrich Schinkel Type: Cultural Architecture/ Museum Completion year: 1830 Location: Berlin, Germany Style: Neoclassical architecture. Construction system: Bearing Masonry
The exercises begin with a research based formal analysis of a significant building. The individual assignments can only be understood together as constituting a whole; they are a series of investigations interrelated with one another. The exercises start with constructing, disassembling, and later reassembling space to closely understand the complex relationships that lie within. Each exercise will require a rigorous method of working, deploying representational strategies for examining and describing geometry, form, and effect. Emphasis will be placed on developing precision in the investigational process through critical thinking, drawing, and model making.
The primitive geometries found in the previous exercises will suggest a new way to form a module which is 2 massings are intentionally penetrating each other so that, through this process, three different zones will be automatically generated. On the intersecting points of the 5x5 grid, the modules will aggregate and be read as a bigger whole. Each module will be fairly scaled in its own way and the grid will also have a chance to alter its system to get a clearer identification. The basic massing will be cut out from the grid by project site boundary box.
Gallery and Stair
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