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rchitectural Portfolio 2020

“When I’m working on a problem, I never think about beauty. But when I’ve finished, if the solution is not beautiful I know it’s wrong.” – Buckminster Fuller


Curriculum Vitae | 01

EDUCATION Univer sity of British Co l u m b i a , V a n c o u v e r , B C

2018-Present

Environmental Design Hono u r s P r o g r a m Hoschule OsnabrĂźck, Univ e r s i t y o f A p p l i e d S c i e n c e s

Summer 2019

Construction in Landscap e I n d u s t r i e s (Germany + Switzerland) Britis h Columbia Institu t e o f T e c h n o l o g y , B u r n a b y , B C Interi or Design Certific a t e P r o g r a m Far Ea stern University, M a n i l a , P h i l i p p i n e s Bachel or of Architecture P r o g r a m

WORK

2016-2017

2015

EXPERIENCE

UBC SALA, Vancouver

Sept 2019-Present

West Elm, Granville

2017-2019

Laser Technician

Home Stylist

CV

Aspects Design, BC

Summer 2017

Architectural drafter Elanvital enclaves, PH Student Intern

Summer 2015


Curriculum Vitae | 02

COMPETITIONS Feb.2019

BENCHmark

Manitoba,Canada Sept.2019

NOMAS Student Competition New York, U.S.A

Dec.2019

The Collective Warsaw,Poland Shortlisted

TECHNICAL

SKILLS

Software: AutoCAD, Revit, SketchUp, Rhino, Grasshopper, Lumion, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign Fabrication: Manual hand drafting, Laser cutting, 3d printing, Woodworking, CNC

CURRENT

INTEREST

+

HOBBIES

In my free time I usually do some paintings which are mostly abstract and landscapes. I also like playing video games and reading books. Occassionally, I try to learn German.


Projects

Table of Contents | 03

01

Behind the Scenes

03

Seeing the Unseen

Architecture : Studio 302

Landscape Architecture : Studio 301

Collaborators : C.Kam + T.Nguyen

02 04

The Collective Competition : Warsaw,Poland

Collaborators : J.Geyer C.Kam + K.Yoshizawa

TerMINUS PLUS Architecture : Studio 402

Collaborators : R.Ferguson + R.Ranta

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Fragments A miscellaneous assortment of things


Behind the Scenes | 04

0 1 BEHIND the SCENES


Behind the Scenes | 05

Situated in a narrow site in Downtown Eastside, the challenge was to design a house for/with a friend. given the cookie cutter situation of most of Vancouver’s neighbourhood, it’s important for the house to look and feel more specific to the user. The narrowness of the site meant that height plays a major role in the design. Considering not only the location but also all impactful and most interesting aspect of their have been friends for a very long time, but we wants attention and recognition while I’m more

the particular person’s daily ritual, curating - taking the most life. I chose my friend Andy, who is a minor celebrity. Andy and I are quite similar but different in some ways. He is an extrovert who of an introvert who likes to work behind the scenes.


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The Collective | 09

0 2 The Collective A Space For Active Learning

In a world where technology dictates how we receive and interpret information, we chose to revert back to the transfer of knowledge through spoken word and interaction. The Collective, is a centre for knowledge in which information is shared with the public through ‘experts in residence’ who are chosen to provide different perspectives on a monthly theme.


The Collective | 10

2025 CALENDAR YEAR JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUNE

JULY

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

the 1920’s

red

salt

the saxophone

dance

ocean

textiles

games

chocolate

wood

light

plastic

FEB 2025

THE COLOUR RED

Anish Kapoor

Aika Lee

Michael Pastoureau

Botanist

Medieval Historian

Artist known for his work with the colour red.

Lee is a trusted expert on tropical botany.

Expert in symbology and color throughout history.

Artist

Prof. Andrew Elliot Psychologist

Elliot has written numerous works regarding how the brain interprets color.

Gordon Ramsay

Adriana Abel

Sam Mendes

Chef

A passionate chef and holder of sixteen Michelin stars.

Christian Louboutin

Pigment Chemist

Film Director

Fashion Designer

Mendes is best known A scientist who studies for directing ‘American the chemistry behind Beauty.’ colour.

Known for his shoe designs and their iconic red sole.

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Kapoor works with a team of local art students to create a temporary mural for the exterior of the Collective.

Lee works with the Collective to curate a selection of unique red plants to exhibit in the garden.

Experts and the public alike are asked to suggest and donate books during the month that orbit around the theme of ‘the colour red.’

Chef Ramsey creates a menu featuring red foods for the Collective Cafe. He works with chefs to prepare the dishes.

Experts and the public are asked to suggest music that they feel pertains to the theme. The music is then played throughout the Collective.

Local artisans are chosen to create room decor that represents the theme of ‘the color red’ that will then adorn the rooms of the visiting experts.

The experts collaborate to create engaging public programs. Director Sam Mendes can curate a movie night of movies with red cinematography.Chef Ramsey and Anish Kapoor can host a wine and painting evening. Adriana Abel can host a workshop where children can try to make colours.

Exhibits from Christian Louboutin and Anish Kapoor, as well as works from local artists, are displayed for the month.

Books are then returned to their owners after a year in the Collective.


The Collective | 11

Learn . Play . Interact We have designed the project in a way that learning about one theme can now be

interdisciplinary.

One

month

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theme may be salt and there will be an artist, chemist, and chef who can share their

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hours, lectures, and exhibits. Another month will be centered on light with a lighting producer, a photographer, and astro physicist, and an electrician. In

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variety of perspectives on one topic, the experts themselves can better understand their expertise by engaging with people from different disciplines.

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about the project go to: https://uni.xyz/project/thecollective-desc-in-a-world-where-tec/


Site Plan

The Collective | 12

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programmed to accommodate a variety of activities, from

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children’s classrooms to live dance performances there is

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First Floor Plan

an activity for everyone. The nature of our diverse

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of all different learning

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The Collective | 13

July Textiles Nana Fro

June Ocean Paul Nicklen

May Dance Tyler Peck

April The Saxophone Kenny G

Art by - Yamamoto Motoi

March Salt

Febuary Red Art by - Anish Kapoor

December Plastic Dianna Cohen

November Light Olafur Eliasson

October Wood

September Chocolate Jacques Torres

August Games Brianna Wu

Section - Elevation

January the 1920s Art by - Anish Kapoor

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Learning in our library is achieve through a rotating set of twelve themes in a year. Each month a new theme is introduced and a host of international experts live and work in the building and share their knowledge on the theme with the community. Our aim is to keep learning fresh and fun by having a variety of different topics to delve into throughout the year.


Seeing the Unseen | 14

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The project is created with three goals in mind; catching the sediment on site, preventing said sediment from leaving the site, and stabilizing the sediment on the slope. While our installations do help to slow down erosion, it is not intended to stop erosion from happening completely as we are well aware that erosion is an inevitable process. Instead, we are hoping to buy enough time to move existing infrastructure at the top of the slope further inland. By keeping the sediment on the site and making the unseen seen, we believe that our installation will be the provide a solution to combat the erosion currently affecting the Point Grey Cliffs.

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0 3 SEEING the UNSEEN

The concept of the unseen is built from our analysis of the Point Grey Cliffs where we discovered that many of the forces, and their effects, are actively shaping the landscape through erosion, but remains unseen. We’ve identified these forces as the seepage and runoff moving the sediment within the site.

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Seeing the Unseen | 15

INITIAL PLAN Bigleaf Maple

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Western Red Cedar

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Western Red Cedar

Sand Fences

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Seeing the Unseen | 16

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LEFT SIDE

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Western Red Cedar Private Residential Property

White Oak

Bigleaf Maple

ROAD

Douglas Fir CATCHMENTS Bigleaf Maple

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American Beechgrass + Saltmeadow Cordgras Sand fences Biorock

Impermeable soil


Seeing the Unseen | 17

DETAILED SECTION

Biorock

Sand Fences

Catchment


Terminus Plus | 18

0 4 TERMINUS PLUS Reimagining the Galata Bridge and the T1 tram line as instruments of exchange in a depopulated Istanbul.

Istanbul is a sprawling megacity composed of many distinct neighbourhoods, each with its own identity. In a depopulated future, residents of these areas face increased social and cultural isolation, with vacancies and cuts to services creating disconnected clusters of activity. Transportation infrastructure provides a solution to this spatial dispersion but insulates riders from embodied experiences of the city. Our project engages Istanbul’s T1 tram line on a level beyond travel times and service schedules, rethinking the route as a continuous line of exchange that connects people, amenities, and community identity. The design centres around a new tram station and urban park on the Galata Bridge which together provide opportunities for play, social interaction, and learning. The architecture works with the movement of the bridge to connect people with local artists and craftspeople, and their work, at a variety of temporal and spatial scales. Ultimately, the new public space on the Galata Bridge encourages meaningful exploration of the city beyond the bridge. This design is supplemented by interventions along pedestrian routes which directly connect dispersed community amenities to the tram stations, and thus, the Galata Bridge itself.

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BEFORE AFTER Isometric Time-Trace scale 1:400


Terminus Plus | 22

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Behind the Scenes Model making

a 1:100 physical model of the house from the first project.

Bordeaux House

Studio 302

a case study of the Bordeaux house by OMA. “how it looks vs how it works”

Between the Planes

Model making

a conceptual model emphasizing the void, made from an abstracted floor plan.


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