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ART + ARCHITECTURAL WORKS 2013 - 2018 By Juhyub Lee


JUHYUB LEE

Profile

Education

I have acquired analytical, organizational skills in collaborative work environment as well as an individual, through diverse experience not only from educational surroundings.

Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago, Illinois - Bachelor of Architecture, Graduation Date : May, 2015

Experience Junior Designer, PDI Design Group, Minneapolis, MN, 2015-Present Projects Participated : Museum - Cheonjisun Museum, Cheongpyoung, Korea Convention Center - Ulsan CC, Ulsan, Korea Junior Designer, PDI Design Group, Orange, CA, 2016-2017 Projects Participated : Multi-Purpose - Senior Housing Campus, Rialto, CA

Inha University Incheon, Korea - Bachelor of Architecture, Transfered to IIT : August, 2013

Awards Finalist, PDI Design Group, 2016 International Competition - Ulsan Convention Center International Scholarship, Illinois Institute of Technology, 2013 - 2015

Organizer/ Designer, Self-Employed, Seoul, Korea, 2013 Participated in Interior Installation Art Project : Restaurant Improvement, Korea

Finalist, Illinois Institute of Technology, 2014 Case Study Competition - Spring Semester

Internship, JCI Architect, Toronto, ON, Canada, 2010-2011 Projects Participated : Residential - Collingwood House, Collingwood, ON Courtyard House, Toronto, ON Renovation - Mixed-Use, Peterborough, ON

1st Prize, Illinois Institute of Technology, 2013 Concrete Vessel Competition - Spring Semester Scholarship, Inha University, 2012 1st Prize, Inha Uniersity, 2012 23rd Inha International Workshop with SsD

Skills Digital Tools

Auto CAD | Schematic Design - Construction Document SketchUp, Rhino | Conceptual & Schematic Design Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator | Graphic Design, Book Publication

1st Prize, Inha Uniersity, 2011 22rd Inha International Workshop with Martin Bechthold

Hand Drawing

Analysis Sketch | Site Analysis, Plan, Section, Elevation, Detail Conceptual Sketch | Diagram, Perspective View

Extracurricular Activities

Model Craft

Laser Cutter, Hot Wire Foam Cutter, Wood Shop Tools Excellent Model Craft; Wood, Foam Board, Paper, Acrylic

Video Making

Adobe Premiere, After Effects | Movie / Animation Composition

Volunteer, Catholic Church, 2015 Hospital Visiting - GlenBridge Nursing Center, Niles, IL Military Service, Republic of Korea Army, 2008 - 2010 Training Assistant - Yongin, Gyeonggi, Korea


YORK UNIVERSITY STUDENT CENTER Toronto, ON, Canada | 150,000 sf | Reinforced concrete | 2014 Summer


YORK UNIVERSITY STUDENT CENTER SOCIAL FARM York University’s campus holds a lot of diversity from all around the world. Student based facilities are almost evenly distributed throughout the campus, forming a “Social Farm.” Social Farm is a place where individuals interact with one and the many. Besides the facility buildings, interstitial spaces between buildings are one of the major spaces that hold interaction as well. The new student center is a Social Farm in building scale. Some programs are for interactions ‘with’ others, and some are for ‘within’ individuals. Interstitial spaces between programs are activated in three ways: Extension, Buffer and Separation. Extension is flexible in volume, and able to extend as users’ demand; buffer provides enough space for transition between one program to another; and separation creates dramatic change of program, providing different experience inside from out.


Building Design

Site Connectivity The site is centrally located along the movement path. Indoor corridors connect buildings.

The site is a gateway to the campus with an open space to its south lawn field. Buildings for student socialzing are connected to the site with indoor corridors. The project is to promote various types of socializations in Social Farm that an individActivation: Extend ual interacts with one and the Programs that have great many. difference in occupancy will constantly influence surrounding programs.

Green Area The green space south of the site is the first appearance of the campus.

What If? Student center provides various types of student socializations? Social Farm!

With Space A space builds relationships with surroundings and activates the site.

With-in Space Within Spaces inserted to With Spaces form different tension between adjacent

Gateway The student center is the gateway to the academic heart from residential areas

Destination Various programs will attract users and the building will become destination has divers spatial relationships.

Activation: Buffer Buffer activation will provide smooth transition between a program to another.

Activation: Separate Separation will protect inhabitants from outside disturbance. Flexibility and occupancy are extremely

Problem Seeking The site is connecting south field to York Central Square and surrounded by mid-height academic build-

Three Cores Three cores will interact with the users and improve building performance and vertical

Activation: Extend Programs have greater flexibility in its performance are distributed for balancing

Activation: Buffer/ Separate Programs have moderate flexibility would connect those have very limited/ none to another.


Space Design Study Space Study area connects adjacent programs and provide smooth transition. Students will interact with others through having a group meeting, but also interact with oneself by working individually. Winter Garden Lobby becomes a winter garden as well as an sitting space for events depend on contextual conditions. Users interact with others in the lobby.

Welcome Guests - Visual effect wood lumbers create by extending major direction

Define Space Extended box lights establish study area

Improve Connectivity Large opening doors increase the engagement between plaza and the lobby

Gradual Change - Wide corridor connects adjacent programs

Improve Connectivity - Wide ramp provides spacious viewing stands


Space Design Preparation Space Primarily the space slows down users’ movement and helps calming mind and body. Additionally this area provides secondary religious service room when the main center is occupied. Religious Center Religious center provides both With and Within spaces. Provide Seats - AccoThe main area is open for modate religious service in busy hours groups for any religion, and personal prayer spaces provide individual users with private spaces.

Enhance Spirituality - Indirect light intensify holiness and provide purity to the space Change in Mood - Sky light box lets natural light into the space cleansing and calming the atmosphere to prepare before religious service

Provide Separation - Translucent glass and concrete to limit visual connection

Enhance Spirituality - Reflective floor material


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1. Winter Garden 2. Lobby 3. Gym 4. Food Court 5. Auditorium 6. Religious Center

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PUBLIC BATH HOUSE Chicago, Illinois | 125,000 sf | Reinforced concrete | 2013 Spring


Hot Bath

TepidariCold Bath Shower Change

Exterior

“...The serenity, peace and primitivity made people prostrate to it.� - Peter Zumthor


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1. Entrance 2. Reception 3. Locker Room 4. Shower Area 5. Sauna

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Quarter Section of Eutopia : NEW Hammond, Indiana | 0.25 sq mi | Urban Design | 2015 Fall


SCENARIO: NEW FEUDALISM MEMORIES OF FUTURE

People were relocated in places called “region” where there is a large body of water, considering their best interests was to move closer to the most valuable resource — water. Thus seven regions replaced the fifty states, with the Great Lakes being one of them. Each region is broken down into more than a hundred of cities, while each city consists of hundreds of estates, and each estate was further divided into plots for individual families. The boundaries of these plots in most estates corresponded primarily to natural resources, which did not correspond with the plot lines of the old society. People living on a plot were expected to work the land or, less frequently, on the land, in accordance with the mandate of the estate. Each estate is having a mandate to center its activities around a particular activity or resource. This new division is based on an ideal social arrangement with the Mediarchy being in the center. Cities circle around the Mediarchy respectively presenting green space, commerce, manufacture, industry, residents, education, and farms. While applying the ideal pattern to reality, the arrangement of the cities were based on the context of the current.


SCENARIO

SITE SELECTION

ANALYSIS

IDEAL MODEL

Prospecting plausible future through collection of ‘what if’ cards to reflect societal changes within the time span of an urban design project

Choosing the site in the periphery of Chicago that would be greatly influenced by the scenario

Analyzing geographical and cultural context of the site to develop a design that harmonizes with the site

Preliminary ideas are articulated through creating physical model. Studying through models encourages to focus on the main idea

APPLICATION Applying the main idea to the site creates conflicts on to the existing issues. Solutions are developed through models and drawings

REVISION Collecting and selecting suggested solutions to compose a coherent and cohesive project


Context Design The development of the area where it was formerly the city of Hammond based on the new arrangement included selective shut down of declining industry near the Lake Michigan.

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American Maize Product plant in north end of the city was renovated to a public park for families to enjoy the harmony between the nature and an old industrial plant. This post-industrial park became the core of the eco-friendly zone that covers Eggers Grove, Wolf Lake and extended to the Lake Michi gan. The area was the perfect place to manifest Mediarchy’s goodwill leading people, reviving the nature and the quality of valuable fresh water, as well as the quality of life in this Region.

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Section Design Reservoir and distribution center are the core of Estates. The cores are distributed based on one eighth mile gird extend ed from Jefferson Grid. Cores are connected by fourty feet wide local streets. Streets submerge as they approach to a core, preserving the area for the public. Commodities are trans fered at underground loading dock. Size of an Estate is determined by required population and land area according to their Tasking.

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Reservoir Reservoir locates on Jefferson Grid in every Estate to provide fresh water to the denizen. Its size is determined by water consumption and able to contain suffi cient fresh water in the worst case scenar io.

Communal Green This green space buffers adjacent estates and provide green space for the denizens. Its area and shape are flexible correspond ing to the land demand of an estate, infrequently have no communal green between estates.

Distribution Center Distribution center locates near reservoir, forming Estate core. This facility accommo dates loading dock and large rooms for occasional gatherings of denizens.

Block Configuration Mostly blocks follow exsiting configuration of the past, but two to four floor buildings are built instead of single houses. Increased density provides small parks within blocks.


CONCRETE VESSEL VESSEL DESIGN & CONCRETE CRAFT


“A designer knows he has achieved perfection not when there is nothing left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.� Antoine de Saint-Exupery, Airman's Odyssey


MINHWA EXHIBITION ART EXHIBITION AT ITALIAN RESTAURANT

LOGO DESIGN

VIDEO PRODUCTION

FURNITURE DESIGN

CONSTRUCTION

APPLICATION


Exhibiting of Korean traditional art, Minhwa, in a modern Italian restaurant is similar to creating a new frame for both the paintings and the space. This project provides additional layer of frames that connects disparate characteristics of painting and restuarant. Extended frames become furniture that implicitly lead customers to interact with the frames. Following along the path, visitors will meet theater of light and shadow, formed by frame and light. Frames create small spaces and forms shape, light emphasizes paintings and cast shadow on the wall. Installed frames let the viewers to explore the world beyond, as we enjoy paintings through frames. Customers explore the world both present-day and the past through installation.


GRAND CANAL VILLAGE Rialto, CA | 362,515 sf | Wood Frame | Under Construction The essence of the campus is hospitality, which welcomes seniors living home away from home. This engaging complex provides interaction between residents and well-being. Located in periphery of City of Rialto, California, this 202-unit, 362,000 square foot multi-purpose campus is designed particularly for seniors. The project includes Independent Living Facility, Assisted Living Facility, Skilled Nursing Facility, restaurant , amenities building and Medical Flex Building. Easily accessible and unobstructed spaces are mainly considered in early stage design, along with seismic structure. Tight code requirements demanded innovative design solutions. The project targeted VA standard and OSHPD requirement to ensure extra safty and spacious clear path for seniors. A team of four engaged in the project. As a junior architectural designer, major task was to produce design development quality drawings for obtaining entitlement and building permit. Besides, curating the collaboration with civil, structural, MEP engineers was assigned. The project recently obtained building permit and currently undergoing construction.


MUSEUM OF CHRISTIANITY Gapyoung, Korea | 819,553 sf Reinforced Concrete | Under Construction Unification Church’s Museum of Christianity is the symbol of the religion’s philosophy for next centuries. Its classical style of architecture represents long history and dignity of the religion. Located on a breathtaking mountain top, this six-story(two underground, four above) museum houses a one thousand-seat memorial hall, a multi-purpose hall, three exhibition halls, museum storage and a plaza. The plaza provides gathering space for church’s big events, such as collective wedding, which can host roughly upto ten thousand people. Due to huge scale of the project, architect team led interdisplinary collaboration with interior design, curator, landscape architect, contractor, and structural and MEP engineer. As an architectural designer, producing architectural drawings, 3D models and rendered images were assigned responsibilities. Auto CAD, SketchUp and Photoshop were mainly used tools for thie project.


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ULSAN CONVENTION CENTER Ulsan, Korea | 376,962 sf | Reinforced Concrete, Steel Truss | Finalist

Convention center represents the city as the landmark. However, sense of place shall be decided in regards of social, urban, local environments. The desire toward humane city, curing city, the concept of city beyond “green city”, is higher than ever. Therefore, Ulsan’s new convention center shall integrate local environment, multi-dimensionally expand pedestrian axis to support social, urban demand of a city people and nature can co-exist.


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All images and models produced from collaboration with Junglim Architecture


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