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JULIAN JUNG DESIGN PORTFOLIO SELECTED WORKS : UIC FIRST YEAR ARCHITECTURE 2017-18


EDUCATION

EXPERIENCE

HONORS

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JULIAN JUNG

2636 S. Shields Ave. Chicago, IL, 60616 jungjulian1@gmail.com (312)-273-7603

Architecture @ The University of Illinois at Chicago [ August 2017 - Present ] Student Advisory Board Member of Arch 105 and Arch 106 [ 2017 - 2018 ] Chance Program [ 2017 - Present ] UIC NOMAS (National Organization for Minority Architects) [ 2017 - Present ]

Whitney M. Young Magnet High School [ September 2013 - June 2017 ] Robotics Team [ 2013 - 2016 ] Eco Club [ 2013 - 2015 ] Boys Track and Field [ 2014 - 2016 ] Unicef Club [ 2014 - 2016 ] ACE (Architecture Construction Engineering) Mentor Program [ 2015 - 2017 ] ACE Summer Design Build Workshop [ Summer 2016 ] Chicago Scholars [ June 2016 - 2017 ]

Intern @ Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture [ June 2017 - August 2018] Started the production of a marketing book for AS+GG’s largest project to date, Jeddah Tower, the world’s next tallest building that is now under construction in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. At AS+GG, I coordinated with client representatives from Saudi Arabia, AS+GG’s senior project directors, and other design and technical professionals. Helped the office move to new location (111 W. Monroe Street to 30 W. Monroe Street).

400+ Community Service Hours @ Whitney M. Young Magnet High School September 2013 - June 2017

CAF Newhouse Architecture and Design Competition 2017 Fine Arts Division : Viaduct Mural [Second Place] Advanced Architecture Division : CPS Space Design [First Overall Place]

UIC President’s Award Merit Scholarship Received January 2017

UIC School of Architecture Year End Show Nomination Nominated December 2017 by Professor Bair

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FALL 2017 STUDIO UNIQUE REVEALS

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SPRING 2018 STUDIO LATTICE

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TOWERING “WALL”

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UNIQUE REVEALS Fall 2017 Architecture Studio 105 Professor Kelly Bair Midterm : Vertical Things

The concept of my structure resembles an onion. Each pocket formed by the curved walls are unidentifiable until you enter it. To make the paths to the pockets less direct, fixed doors were added to the walls. They reinforce the idea of having the pockets mostly concealed while also encouraging people to “slip� through to reveal the pocket. Having a surface cutting through the structure at an angle allows people to have a slight preview before entering.

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MINOR TO MAJOR Fall 2017 Architecture Studio 105 Professor Kelly Bair Final : Horizontal Things

In OMA’s Jussieu Library, circulation throughout the building is key and it is done so using ramps. But what if ramps were replaced with stairs? And what if there was a new method of way-finding within a structure? The use of two different types of staircases does exactly that. The minor stairs have shallow steps and are embedded into the floor slab. They can either funnel you towards the major stairs, encouraging you to progress to the next level of the structure, or lead you to the very edge of the structure. The major stairs are placed inside of the structure’s core while the minor stairs in the floor slabs are placed outside of the core. When a person is outside of the core, they will have a view of the exterior without any interruptions from vertical connections.

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PRECEDENT STUDY MODEL Jussieu Libray - OMA - Rem Koolhaas Fall 2017 Architecture Studio 105 Professor Kelly Bair Precedent Study : Horizontal Things

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CABINET OBLIQUE DRAWINGS

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LATTICE

Spring 2018 Architecture Studio 106 Professor Grant Gibson Midterm : Constructed Landscapes Assigned a specific urban, suburban, and rural region of Philadelphia, I was tasked to create fabric/axonometric drawings for two distinct slivers within those regions. All seven professors collectively agreed to arrange each set of slivers into a lattice, thus producing intersections. The goal was to focus on the reconstruction of the intersecting landscapes by producing a 50/50 mix.

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WOVEN LATTICE PLAN After analyzing the intersecting landscapes and creating different iterations for the 50/50 mixes, I came to realize that roads and trails served as a basis for carving into the other intersecting landscapes. For example, the rural trails served as a basis for carving into the urban grid of Philadelphia, thus introducing diagonal roads. Since the urban and suburban slivers of Philadelphia were lacking in vegetation and greenery, dense forests were spread into those regions.

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TOWERING “WALL”

Spring 2018 Architecture Studio 106 Professor Grant Gibson Final : Quarter Quarter

Branching off the previous project, I was tasked to further develop a specific quadrant of the constructed landscape into a city (quadrant outlined on woven lattice plan drawing). A city as a locus of ideas, aesthetics and experiences, manifested through architecture and landscape. My city is divided into three clusters: a town, productive farm, and woodlands. A high-rise that seems like a “wall” extruded to its extreme stands in between the three clusters. Pockets and tunnels are carved into the high-rise to highlight zones of importance and activity.

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THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME! IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS FEEL FREE TO CONTACT ME. jungjulian1@gmail.com 312-273-7603

Julian Jung UIC First Year Architecture Portfolio  

Collection of works from my first year of architecture school at UIC.

Julian Jung UIC First Year Architecture Portfolio  

Collection of works from my first year of architecture school at UIC.

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