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2010 - 2013 Jongsun Lee Master of Architecture / University of California, Berkeley (510)508-5830 jongsun.lee.83@gmail.com


CONTENTS

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[ BUS STOP + FLOOD CONTROL SYSTEM ]

[ SOLID OFFICE + VOID SPACE ]

[ PRIVATE UNIT + PUBLIC SPACE ]

WATER STOPS

LINES OF FLIGHT

URBAN COMPOSITION

Study on New Type of Flood Control System

Office Re + Innovation

Thinking of Housing Typology Interacting with Community

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[ BRIDGE + ISLAND ]

[ EXTENDED GRID + INTERNAL SPACE ]

[ FIRE STATION + GALLERY ]

ORGANIC ECO CENTER

PIER X : KAYAK CENTER

FIRE STATION GALLERY

Study on New Type of Kinetic Architecture

New Meaning of Pier Typology

Symbiosis Between Fire Station and Gallery

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36-41

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[ UNIT ASSEMBLY + ]

[ MIXED USE PROGRAMS + ]

[ OLD THEATER + NEW THEATER ]

LIVING MODULE

THE PLAYGROUND

A.C.T RENOVATION

Housing Unit Prototype Study

Minneapolis Downtown East Neighborhood Development

SOM SF Office Summer Internship

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[ BUS STOP + FLOOD CONTROL SYSTEM ]

Urban

Suburban

Ideal Characteristics of New Flood Control System Decentralized

Centralized

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Infrastructural

Versatile

Single-purposed

Can the insertion of urban flood passive control units promote beneficial resource decentralization in Seoul? Flooding is a phenomenon caused by the overflowing of water from rivers onto dry land following continuous precipitation. Floods in urban areas is a specific type of flooding that leads to particular consequences, because the modification of the land surface during urbanization produces changes in the magnitude of runoff processes. Within the urban fabric, floods lead to increased runoff causing drainage control issues. Existing flood control mechanisms such as the dam, are the primary insertions that prevent inundation by the river. Unfortunately, current large scale systems are inappropriate to prevent flooding that leads to excessive urban runoff. Furthermore, the urban flooding occurs at unpredictable times and unpredictable locations within the city, posing further problems and further demanding solutions. The purpose of this study is to test a new type of flood control system that can effectively be utilized to respond to and resolve urban floods. The project proposes that decentralized small reservoirs be placed in numerous locations throughout the city. The localized reservoirs that span the city can react immediately to unexpected floods and manage runoff. In order for these reservoirs to be more adaptive to the local district of installation the scale of the reservoirs have to be reduced. Also, for the purposes of sustainable utilization of the flood controller, passive ways of using the system have been thoroughly explored.

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WATER STOPS [ Study on New Type of Flood Control System ] State : Individual Thesis Program : Bus Stop + Urban Flood Control System Instructor : Maria - Paz Gutierrez Location : Seoul-si, South Korea Duration : Spring 2013

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WATER STOPS

I propose an exposed reservoir that comprise of a group of long and thin straw-like cylinders. Just as buildings have become taller to accommodate overcrowding population within limited urban area, this vertically long form gives an advantage of capturing a large volume of water in a limited site within a dense urban area. Cylinders can be changable to adapt excessive amount of rainfall.

Passive Way to Capture the Water by Syringe and Floating Body

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Passive Way to Raise the Leverage

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What if the flood control system integrates with bus stops? Seoul has approximately 8600 bus stops. The bus stops are evenly distributed all over the city, so the flood control system can immediately reacts the flood anywhere. Moreover, bus stops are one of the network systems existing in urban area. The cylinder can be easily transported and eventually water can be efficiently distributed. Bus stop does not have any designated morphological Lever typology since there is no significant program or function :far from the center other than a platform to limit its form. In other wards, this can be a landmark as an urban node with any type of ornamentality. Based on earlier study, suggested bus stop is a open box with an operable roof and lots of transparent columns. This consist of a primary water reservoir underground, plugable cylinders(secondary water reservoir), two levers and a platform.

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WATER STOPS

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Cylinders : Transported by Bus

Cylinders : Stacked up

Cylinders = Temporary Storage


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As a cylinder is filled up with water, it’s unplugged and transported to the bus terminal, where all the buses park as the last stop. At the terminal, cylinders are piled up temporarily. Whenever it is needed, it moves back out by the bus. 7,000mm

Cylinders : Stacked up

Water Supply Structure Storage Outer Skin Cylinders = Temporary

A cylinder has potential of being used as various kinds of temporary building components which can utilize the captured water inside simultaneously. This can be used not only as a water supply system component, but also as a structure and outer skin.

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To use it as temporary building components, cylinders are easily assembled and disassembled in both parallel way and three-dimensional way. Steel edges on both ends of the cylinder with 8 screw holes allows cylinders easily assembled with a few moduled components.

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WATER STOPS

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User Accessability

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Entry View

Water Flow


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Night View, Water Stop, Seoul

Flood control system and bus stops, these two different typology have distinct potentials of being used in different ways. A bus stop has a potential of being used as a gathering space for people since a lot of people not only just stop by, but also wait for the bus, or other people. The flood control system itself is a huge machine that has a systematic mechanism. However, it also has a potential of providing people phenomenal spatial experiences by the water in the cylinder. Since the cylinders are all exposed, people can understand how the water is stored by the system. Moreover, by the exposed water, people can experience various features of water such as transparency, reflection, diffusion, refraction, etc. Thus, if the bus stops can function as an easily-accessible-gathering space that has a distinct spatial atmosphere by the exposed water, it can be a new type of folly typology in urban fabrics. And ultimately, it can play a significant role as an urban node to provide a new orientation of the city in the near future.

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WATER STOPS

Gathering Space

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Ground Transportation Platform


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Cross Section 1:100

Operable Roof Level

Upper Gathering Space Level

Ground Transportation Platform Level

Primary Reservoir Level

Secondary Reservoir Level

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1 Piston Pole 2 Steel-Coated Cylinder Edge 3 Rubber-Coated Piston Head (Cork) 4 5 6 7

PMMA Cylinder Skin Building Floor Structural Ring Elastomer Cylinder Drainage Stopper

8 Steinless Cylinder Cap 9 Cylinder Case Twist Cap

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Thermal radiating Bar Opener Platform Water Purification System Floating Body Steinless Steel Cylinder Case Primary Reservoir Steinless Footing Drainage Stopper

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Thermal radiating Bar Opener Platform Water Purification System Floating Body Steinless Steel Cylinder Case 15 Primary Reservoir Steinless Footing Drainage Stopper

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Cylinder(1:25) Height : 4.8m

1 Piston Pole 2 Steel-Coated Cylinder Edge 3 Rubber-Coated Piston Head (Cork)

10 Thermal radiating Bar Opener 11 Platform 12 Water Purification System


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Wall Section Model 1:25

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[ SOLID OFFICE + VOID SPACE ]

Isolation

Regional Isolation

Site Isolation

Building Isolation

: Urban Real Estate Issues

: Dead End (Parking Lot Surrounded)

: Prison Typology

Lines of Flight

Lines of People

Lines of Nature

Lines of Anxiety

: bringing people from anywhere

: providing dynamic condition of the wetland

: relating with the old, extending to the infinite end

Existing Building “Multiplicities are defined by the outside: by the abstract line, the line of flight or deterritorialization according to which they change in nature and connect with other multiplicities. The plane of consistency is the outside of all multiplicities.� Deleuze and Guattari

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The building is isolated in many different scales. A concept of Lines of Flight by Deleuze and Guattari is the inspiration of how to break the isolation of this condition. The goal is designing the meeting center replacing the isolation of this building with full of multiplicity. A part of the existing building is carved out and a new set of space which has different from the old building in contents and materialism is inserted. This provides visitors various spatial experience.

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LINES OF FLIGHT [ Office Re + Innovation ] State : Individual Work Program : Office + Conference Center Instructor : Jill Stoner Location : 395 Oyster Point Blvd, San Francisco, CA Duration : Fall 2011

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LINES OF FLIGHT The new building is structurally independent from the old building, while there are lots of multiple scaled connection between two. A New set of space provides three distinct notions. New insertion provides a large open space and avoids two-dimensional spatial hierarchy. Outer glass skin is contextualized to the surroundings by transparency, reflection, and digital. These features make this insertion recognized not as a soild volume, but a void. A gap between the old and the new building shows distinct identities of each by different materialism. This becomes a buffer zone between two buildings while giving a better connectivity from outside. Red Tubes interpenetrate two buildings and these enhance interaction between two. By providing a new axis of connection, these help breaking a prison type typology of this existing building.

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TUBE CONNECTION

IN-BETWEEN

TUBE CONNECTION

EVENT SPACE IN-BETWEEN

Existing building

TUBE CONNECTION

IN-BETWEEN EVENT SPACE

EVENT SPACE IN-BETWEEN Independent Structure

CONFERENCE

EVENT SPACE IN-BETWEEN TUBE CONNECTION

CONFERENCE

THEATER IN-BETWEEN

THEATER IN-BETWEEN Insertion

Mass Composition (Plaster Physical Model) 1. Main insertion(theater, event space) 2. Conference room 3. In-between space 4. Red tube connection

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LINES OF FLIGHT A

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Identity of the facade is constantly changed as time is changed. 0700 1200 1700 1900 2100

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Fog blurs the building and makes the new insertion look as it flies over the water by itself. Reflection brings sky onto the facade and merge it with background nature(sea, sky). It brings the sunset and start turning transparant. Transparency makes the space visually open to the outside just as a void. Digital visualization allows people to interact with the facade in different way.

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LINES OF FLIGHT 1

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1. Event space 2. Theater 3. In-between space 4. Red tube connection, 2th floor

5. Red tube connection, 3th floor 6. Conference room 7. Viewing area 8. Entrance from In-between space

Seminar Room

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Event Space

Auditorium

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In-Between Space

Red Tube Connection

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[ PRIVATE UNIT + PUBLIC SPACE ]

Site Analysis

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Inner Public Space : Commercial , Culture

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The project is aimed at making public connection between various types of people. When we take a look at the site, it lacks spaces for outdoor activities or other community comparing to a high rate of the number of residents around. So I assumed that most people may have tendency to ride a car to go out or just stay home. In order to build some community spaces to have people around this site conduct various kind of activity based on any events and situations, I use a notion of ‘Street’. Street has not only spaces for fixed program, but also many gaps which has potential of any events.

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Exterior


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URBAN COMPOSITION [ Thinking of Housing Typology Interacting with Community] State : Individual Work Program : Housing + Community Area Instructor : Danelle Guthrie, Raveevarn Choksombatchai Location : Franklin St. & Page St., San Francisco, CA Duration : Spring 2011

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URBAN COMPOSITION Design Process

Two types of circulations exist in this building. Most of the areas are for residential program, and some parts of the building is open to the public while keeping privacy of the residents in the building. 1)All the housing units are connected to either of two vertical cores for efficiency of circulation.

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2)Public space in each levels of floor are linked with the other circulation which are 1:2 slope of stairs and 6ft-width corridors. 3)Public spaces are outside(ground level).

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1 Person + 1 Public Space : No Community

Shared Community Space :Community for Residence in the Same Level

Linked Community Spaces : Community with Residence in Different Level

SOCIETY

Linked with Society : The Most Public

Amphitheatre

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Outer Green Space

Multiuse Space

Swimming Pool


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Looking at the same Multiuse space From Public Area (Public Stairway)

Looking at the same Multiuse space From Private Area (Residential Corridor)

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URBAN COMPOSITION There are some types of community spot in the ‘Street”. The three inner community spots are multiuse spaces. This can be normally used as a recreation room, study room, exercise room, lecture room for residents, and also changed into spaces in temporary use with moving walls. The four outer community spots are filled with grass on the floor. This spots can accept any activities in a park. On the top floor there is swimming pool, and on the bottom is amphitheatre. All the spots are doubleheight, and programmatically flexible based on various situation. The link can be open to public from outside as an exhibition hall, an event space, and a flea market.

Amphitheatre

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Multiuse Space


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SWIMMING POOL

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Open space + Temporary storage

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[ BRIDGE + ISLAND ]

The project starts from questioning what an organic architecture is. An organic architecture should not only have organic shape, but also has possibility of immediate reaction to the nature. It is similar to a kinetic architecture, but the difference is that this project is transformed by natural forces. It is self-sufficient, even has a potential of generating energy that can be used for the building itself. The building consists of groups of small box-type rooms and is rearranged by tidal change with initial design concept of expansion and contraction.

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Expansion : Bridge


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ORGANIC ECO CENTER [ Study on New Type of Kinetic Architecture ] State : Individual Work Program : Eco-Tourism pavilion + Botanical Garden Instructor : Koji Tsutsui Location : Lake Sihwa, Ansan-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea Duration : Fall 2012

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ORGANIC ECO CENTER Lake Sihwa is an artificial Lake made originally for providing agricultural water by desalination. However it became polluted by the waste water discharging from the industrial complex around. The desalination project has been cancelled and now it becomes cleaner as a lake of sea water. Therefore, Eco Center in Lake Sihwa can remind visitors of importance of symbiosis with nature and make them think of what the sustainability is.

Reed Garden

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Sihwa Tidal Power Plant

West Sea

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Reshape based on the site

Divide into small group of island for the best efficiency of utilizing natural force

Roofscape as an extended landscape


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Flood

Ebb

Operation Mechanism

Steel Sliding Connection Steel Beams and Columns Steel Floating Body Tempered Glass Stainless Steel Roller Stainless Steel Rail

Footing Anchoring Bar

Components Materials

Tidal change around Lake Sihwa has approximately 10m difference between flood and ebb in hwight of sea level. It has a lot of potential of being used as a significant natural force. The group of units are assembled out of operative mudules, which makes it possible to expand and contract by tidal changes. Basic Module comprise of three box-type spatial componenents with independent foundation of each. Each box is connected to each foundation and is also connected to the adjacent box. There are threee different connections to make this operative system stablized. Between boxes on the side and their foundations, rollers from the boxes are connected along the tracks of the foundations. Between a box in the middle and its foundation, anchoring bars are anchored to the foundation and and it only allows this box to move up and down. between boxes and another set of mudule, these are connected with shilding joints like a drawer.

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ORGANIC ECO CENTER

Exhibition Hall

Auditorium / Projection Room

Time-Based Morphological Phase Change

Islands of Botanical Roof Garden (Flood) : As each Module contracts to the center, it becomes isolated and rooms are enclosed. Slanted roofs with vegetations are gathered, and visitors can walk around this collective roofscape. It limits people enable to reach only by boat. Tidal Power Generator : As each module moves 4 times a day by tide, it can generates power. The power can be mainly used for electricity of the building facilities and maintenance of the roof garden. This allows the module to be self-sufficient building. Bridged Eco Center (Ebb) : As each module expands to the side, it connects to each other. And it becomes a bridge of both corner of the site. Rooms of the modules are exposed, So that visitors can see the contents of eco-tourism as they cross the bridge.

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Contraction : Islands


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9. Temporary Exhibition Hall 10. 3D Map Room 11. Library 12. Shop

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PIER X : KAYAK CENTER [ New Meaning of Pier Typology ] State : Individual Work Program : Pier + Kayak Center Instructor : Mark Anderson, Ron Rael Location : Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA Duration : Fall 2010

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[ EXTENDED GRID + INTERNAL SPACE ]

Exterior : Mirrored Seascape

Physical Model, 1ft=1/16inch

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PIER X : KAYAK CENTER

Program

Shore

Seawall

Pier 14

Structure

Since Seawall was built in nineteenth century, contextual relation of these two areas was no longer connected . No one could feel tidal changes or walk along the shore. Only way people could get interaction with sea was getting on the boat. Pier 14 was one of the proposals which could have people get involved in seascape. People can walk into the middle of the sea and take a look around in 360 degrees. However, this was regarded as a passive suggestion. Thus, more active suggestion to reconnect it with programmatic or sulrealistic approaches are made.

Extended Grid

It is extended grid from city street onto the sea using roof, and folded by contextual needs and programs. There are two types of design strategies related in the concept. For people in the city, it is a sort of pier. But the middle part comes on and under the water when its level changes, so that people can see thetide at the shore. Also, sea plant can be grown there, thus it can be used for seaplant garden. the other strategy is a huge and wide mirrored glass at the front side of the building. When kayakers on the sea look at this glass, they can conceive the sea flowing into the cityscape.

Mirrored Seascape

Roof when High Tide -Seaplant garden

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Finishing Room Loading Area Workshop Kayak Storage & Exhibition Launching Dock Storage Viewing Area

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PIER X : KAYAK CENTER

Kayak Storage + Exhibition hall B-B’

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LV -3’

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Main Entrance Loading Area Workshop Kayak Storage & Exhibition Bike Parking Storage Office Finishing Room Material Storage Spray Room Tool Storage

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CNC Room Worker’s Locker Shower Room Kayak User’s Locker Restroom Training Room Paddle Storage Clubhouse Access To Gallery

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FIRE STATION GALLERY [ Symbiosis Between Fire Station and Gallery] State : Individual Work Program : Gallery Instructor : Mark Anderson, Ron Rael Location : 1908 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA Duration : Fall 2010

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[ FIRE STATION + GALLERY ]

Exterior

Top : Site Rendering, Bird-eye View Bottom : Physical Model, 1ft=1/16ft

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FIRE STATION GALLERY Program Diagram

E D U C AT I O N A L G A L L E R Y M U LT I - U S E G A L L E R Y

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Multi Use, Public Space

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Circulation Diagram Elevator Core Intersection Entrance Access to the Open Space

Physical Study Model

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Structure

Louver

Historical, Educational Gallery


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Conceptual Typologies

Fire Station - Gallery

Fire Station + Drive-in Path

Site for Gallery

Off the Ground

There are three major conflicts between a new gallery and existing conditions. 1)A fire station needs to have a clear pathway for the fire vehicles, while there is no space for the gallery other than the pathway.

Program - Program

Complexity of Program in Gallery

Seperated by Categories

Twisted for interaction

2)The gallery consists of three different categories. Each one needs to be distinct from each other while it sometimes needs to be interconnected with other two. 3)Surroundings are morphologically simple while the gallery needs to have complicated form due to diverse circulations.

Context - Envelop

Simple Surrounding vs Monster

Direct Daylighting

Covered with Louvers

In order to figure these out, space frame with horizontal louvers are used to hang the gallery off the ground and to cover the complicated form.

Elevation from Parking Lot (South) 1’ = 1/48�

Exterior : Night View From South

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FIRE STATION GALLERY

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Shattuck Ave

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Existing Fire Station

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20' Tall 30' Tall

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15' Tall

25' Tall

View from Upper Fire Pole

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View from Upper Gallery

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View from Hose Tower Viewing Area

Site plan 1’ = 1/96”

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B-B’

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1’ = 1/48”

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[ UNIT ASSEMBLY + ]

Activity Diagram

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Ph.D

Book Collection

Study

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Sleep

Art Collection

Cook & Meal

Bath

Rest

Entrance

Cook & Meal

Bath

Rest

Entrance

Cook & Meal

Bath

Rest

Entrance

One bedroom unit : a 39 years old woman, doing a PhD in psychology (a former cooperate lawyer), loves and collects art

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Curator

Study

Screenwriter

Sleep

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Book Collection

Study

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Art Collection

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Two bedroom unit : an independent art curator who living with a screenwriter with large collections of journals

Private Space

Connection within a single unit

Common activities which can be shared

The project starts from the notion of recognition that neighbors always have some interest and hobbies in common. Since there are residents’ activities that has a potential to share to the neighbors, sharing space between the residents adjacent to each other is proposed.

Unit Typology

Two Different Unit

Weaving

Ringing

As two units are woven into one module sharing the common space, this module also can attach to the other modules shaping rings. The multiplied modules obtain courtyard inside adjacent to the sharing spaces. The one sharing space can influence the other through the courtyard in between giving more oppertunities to have some public relation.

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Facade


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LIVING MODULE [ Housing Unit Prototype Study ] State : Individual Work Program : Housing Instructor : Danelle Guthrie, Raveevarn Choksombatchai Location : None Duration : Spring 2011

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Perspective Section : Sharing Space

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Wall Section Model(1’=1/2”)

Entrance Living Space Kitchen Bed Room Corridor


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Lower Corridor Privacy From Passerby Or Public Space

Single Module

Shading And Natural Ventillation Mirrored Glass Privacy From Outside

Interaction With Outer Context

Surface tectonics of this building facilitate stronger public relations with modified terras, corridors, and outer envelop etc. And simultaneously these keep privacy in fine level.

Wall Section A-A’ 1ft = 1/8 Inch

Perspective Wall Section Section B-B’ : View from 1ft the = 1/8corridor Inch

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THE PLAYGROUND [ Minneapolis Downtown East Neighborhood Development ] State : Collaborative Work with Four Members / Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition Program : Urban Redevelopment Masterplan (Mixed-Use) Instructor : Elizabeth Macdonald Location : Downtown East, Minneapolis, MN Duration : Spring 2013 Work : Concept and Design Development, 3d Modeling and Rendering

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[ MIXED USE PROGRAMS + ]

Goals & Strategies Activate The STREET Integrate The STADIUM Into An Urban Fabric Provide SUSTAINABLE LIFESTYLE CHOICES CAPITALIZE On The SPORTS INDUSTRY

Concept 3 PLAY Nodes - Vikings Stadium Plaza:

NEIGHBOR PARK

Utilize the plaza as a space for community-building events and make it a place for the neighborhood to enjoy often

- Historic Armory Community Center: With a constantly rotating set of activities occurring, people will know that there is always something new to explore here

ARMORY COMMUNITY CENTER

VIKINGS STADIUM PLAZA

- Neighborhood Park: Green space dedicated specifically to the residents, for smaller scale activities

3 PLAY Paths - Entertainment Avenue: A place where everyone in town knows they can have a good time, with loads of restaurants, bars, clubs, and shops

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A place for residents to complete their errands and everyday needs

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By utilizing the existing bike lanes, we can draw a connection between the green corridors and the Mississippi River, and emphasizing Downtown East’s natural assets

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3 PLAY Edges - Destination Retail: attractions for tourists and visitors

- Neighborhood Retail : services and stores for locals

- Niche Local Retail :

View B : Entertainment Ave, New Viking Stadium, Armory Community Center

local, small businesses that show the flavor of Minneapolis and make the place feel unique

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SCALE 1” = 150’ 0

Light Rail Stop Light Rail Line

9 Local Retail / Residential

100

300

1 Enterainment Street

5 Living Street

2 Historic Armory Community Center

6 Vikings Stadium Plaza

10 Local Retail / Residential

14 Retail / Residential

3 Neighborhood Park

7 Convention Center / Retail

11 Gourmet Dinings / Residential

15 Courtyard Gardens

4 Green Corridor

8 Vikings Hotel

12 Local Retail / Residential

16 Walkway

13 Parking Ramp

Phasing

Phase One

Phase Two

- Retail: 561,970 sqft - Hotel: 312,415 sqft - Residential: 1,129,628 sqft Market Rate Rental Housing: 600 units Market Rate For Sale Housing: 202 units - Open Space: 105,982 sqft

- Retail: 135,705 sqft - Residential: 633,082 sqft Market Rate Rental Housing: 210 units Market Rate For Sale Housing: 70 units Affordable Housing: 120 units - Parking: 285,900 sqft

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Land Use

Residential Hotel Retail Civic / Institutional Open Space Parking Ramp


STREET SECTION

1” =25’

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Green Corridor

Entertainment Ave RESIDENTIAL

RESIDENTIAL

RESIDENTIAL

RESIDENTIAL

RESIDENTIAL

RESIDENTIAL

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RESIDENTIAL

High Street COMMERCIAL

ARMORY COMMUNITY PLAYDIUM

RETAIL 1

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RESIDENTIAL

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RESIDENTIAL

COMMERCIAL

COMMERCIAL

RETAIL

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2. LIGHT RAIL 3. PLANTING

RETAIL

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4. PARKING 5. VEHICLE LANE 6. BIKE LANE 7. BIKE PARKING

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Circulation

5' 5' 3.3' 6.4' 3.3'

A - A’

30'

26'

Transportation

ENTERTAINMENT STREET

6' 8'

11'

B - B’ 34'

GREEN STREET

Primary Road

Light Rail

Light Rail Station

Public Open Space

Bus

Bus Stop

Semi-Public Open Space

Neighborhood Road

Bike

Plaza Green Corridor

C - C’

8. BUS LANE

Activities

Open Space

Secondary Road

Pedestrian-only

11' 6' 7' 8'

Weekday

Visit a cafe in the morning Shop at the farmer’s market Have lunch with a friend Attend a class at the community center Get your errands done on High Street

Weeknight

LIVING STREET

Stroll down Entertainment Ave Explore new restaurants Go bar hopping with friends Shop local small businesses Have a summer picnic in the park

Weekend

Start a game of soccer with friends at the park Go ice skating in the seasonal outdoor rink Attend festivals at the Stadium Plaza & Park Go to football games at the Stadium Bike over to the River front

View A : Green Corridor and Neighborhood Park

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[ OLD THEATER + NEW THEATER ]

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Top : 1920 Bottom : Today

Proposal


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A.C.T RENOVATION [ SOM SF Office Summer Internship ] State : Collaborative Work Program : Theater Location : 1119 Market St, San Francisco, CA Duration : Summer 2012 Work : 100% SD, 30% DD - 2D Drawings and Physical Modeling

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A.C.T RENOVATION Key design strategy of this project is to install a large transparent screen on the front of house. This screen is as large as it sticks through 2nd floor level and goes all the way up to the ceiling. It projects various kinds of videos and images as it function as ‘The other stage of the theater’. people from outside can see this through the openings on facade, so that the theater can interacts with existing site context.

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Stage Orchestra Level Seating Balcony Level Seating Atrium

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Rehearsal Room Plan : Lobby Level

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A.C.T RENOVATION

Facade

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Rehearsal Room

Lobby


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Sectional Physical Model 1ft = 1/4inch

Seating

Stage

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Portfolio : Jongsun Lee