JOOME LEE 603 W Park Av A e #103 Libertyville, IL 60048 T l. 847 668 0861 Te firstname.lastname@example.org
Master of Architecture (2011) Samfox School of Design & Visual Arts, Washington University in St. Louis Bachelor of Arts in Architecture (2006) Department of Architecture & Art, Lehigh University
Designing Sustainable Environments, Contemporary Critical Regional Practices, Acoustics and Lighting, Climate and Light, Site Planning, Urban Development Seminar, Professional Practice I, Design Thinking: Research and Design Methods, Web Design, Sculpture, Figure Drawing I, Photography I, Color Theory, 21 Century Art History
Intern Architect at Skidmore Owings & Merrill LLP, Chicago IL (05/2008 - 08/2008) -Ayala Tower One/Philippine Stock Exchange, Manila Philippine: Rendering, schematic plan/section drawings -China Merchant & Wood Park, Shenzhen China: Mapping, conceptual model making Intern Architect at Design Synergies LTD, Chicago IL (05/2006-07/2007) -Toyota Dealers, Lafayette IN: Drawing architectural/structural/mechanical/pluming documents Communicating with Gensler for design quality Daily digital communication with structural engineers, facility manager, and interior designers Administrative Assistant at Performing Dept of Washington University, St. Louis MO (09/2009-05/2010) Receptionist duties, Article research for faculty members and various office tasks Laser-cutter Operator at Washington University, St. Louis MO (09/2008-05/2009) Custom cut of architectural materials from AutoCAD
AutoCAD Architecture 2011 /Revit /Ecotect Adobe Photoshop /lllustrator /InDesign Rhino Ceros: V-ray and Maxwell /3DMax Microsoft Words /Powerpoint /Excel Languages: Korean (Native); English (Fluent); French (Intermediate)
Interests & Activities
Drum and violin
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The very nature of turbulence is a progression of movement from high pressure zone to iow pressure zone. This temporal images of the turbulence was projected to the site, not only to represent a turbulent site condition but also to set psychology of progressing from dynamic paths to a simple and monotonous path as people are going to higher floor levels.
With the intersection of various traffic lines obstructing residents' sense of connection to the community, it is necessary to create a public space that connects different members of the neighborhood. The space will provide interesting sociocultural experiences. The primary focus is to create serene spaces that will provide comfort to the residents.
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entertainment space allowing people to calmly focus. The Quiet theater comprises
of public places to experience the world of deaf space, which
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to the hearing world. The programs will not Only preside public garden for mediation and serenity, but also good public space embracing the deaf community
St. Louis, Missouri.
This project is about interplay between realms of meditative garden and realms of sign language theaters where active communication is present without sounds,
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Published on Sep 8, 2012