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JULIE

EUNJIN KIM


The City of Savannah

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Hi! My name is Julie. Born in South Korea, raised in Thailand and studying in Savannah. GA. I believe good design stems from the heart of serving others. As an interior designer, my goal is to create an environment that brings harmony and happiness from an equal and humble point of view. As a third culture kid, I’m interested in promoting diversity and getting to know a person in a deeper level to unite people together. With a background in interior design, preservation design and design for sustainability, I want to promote diversity and create a spatial design that brings people hapiness for a brighter future.

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JULIE

EUNJIN KIM

912.344.7027 julie97kim@gmail.com

Education. B.F.A. Interior Design - Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) Minor Design for Sustainability Minor Preservation Design Graduating June 2020

Experience. 2018

Intern - Doho Design

Winter internship in Seoul, South Korea.

2018 - Ongoing

Davis Peace Project Competition - (SCAD)

Competition to address domestic violence in Savannah, GA.

2018 - Ongoing

International Student Assistant - (SCAD)

Organized and welcomed international students to adjust their life at SCAD.

2017

Project Aedes - Themed Entertainment Association (TEA) - (SCAD) Assisted in creating SCAD’s 1st themed entertainment attraction.

2017

Career Fair Assistant - (SCAD)

Student assistant for annual career fair event.

2016

Intern - Leslie Power Interior Design

Assisted in selecting materials for residential projects in Bangkok, Thailand.

Involvement. 2016 - Ongoing

Themed Entertainment Association (TEA) SCAD Serve group

Honors. 2016, 2017, 2018

Dean’s List

Skills. Software Adobe Suite Autocad Revit 4

Language and Certification Rhino Microsoft Suite iWork Suite

Fluent in Korean and English Certification in NCI Charrette System


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SAVI Fast-Casual Restaurant Project

Bearing These Walls Art Installation that address Domestic Violence

Musical Folly Folly Design

Weaving House Residential Project

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SAVI

2400 sqft2 - Restaurant - Individual Project Third Year - Fall Quarter - Studio II Client: Chef Yotam Ottolenghi

Fast Casual Restaurant Journey

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38 Montgomery St, Savannah, GA Restaurant - 2018 Overview Savi is an extension of Savannah’s outdoor markets transformed into a quirky fast casual restaurant. Inspired by Yotam Ottolenghi’s hometown Jerusalem and his love for children, this nature and industrial infused restaurant will encompass food and experience to bring people together. Guests of all ages should come and discover surprising new flavors that breathe life into this flavorful journey.

Nearby Restaurants

Local Farms

Stress Points

Tourist Hot Spots

Pedastrian Routes

120 Miles Radius

Concept

Providing a quick

Market Place

Short & Long Term Outcomes Throughout the Journey

and healthy lunch alternative.

User

Supporting local

Entry

farmers, promoting community events. Community

Client

Ottolenghi’s cuisine to connect the user and community.

Guided inwards towards the space.

Vegetable market

Grains and bread market

Discover local farmers and where the ingredients come from.

Deli

Waiting area/ Coffee

Check out/ Seating

See the connection between the ingredient and Yotam’s dish.

Learns news and activities around Savannah.

Walk out with a healthier food.

Creating a more wholistic and united community through Savi.

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Restaurant - Fall 2018 Overview Savi is an extension of Savannah’s outdoor markets transformed into a quirky fast casual restaurant. Inspired by Yotam Ottolenghi’s hometown Jerusalem and his love for children, this nature and industrial infused restaurant will encompass food and experience to bring people together. Guests of all ages should come and discover surprising new flavors that breathe life into this flavorful journey.

Nearby Restaurants

Local Farms

Stress Points

Tourist Hot Spots

Pedastrian Routes

120 Miles Radius

Concept

Providing a quick

Market Place

Short & Long Term Outcomes Throughout the Journey

and healthy lunch alternative.

User

Supporting local

Entry

farmers, promoting community events. Community

Client

Ottolenghi’s cuisine to connect the user and community.

Guided inwards towards the space.

Vegetable market

Grains and bread market

Discover local farmers and where the ingredients come from.

Deli

Waiting area/ Coffee

Check out/ Seating

See the connection between the ingredient and Yotam’s dish.

Learns news and activities around Savannah.

Walk out with a healthier food.

Creating a more wholistic and united community through Savi.

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Restaurant Interior

Barrel Vault Ceilings Inspired by the English Cathedral in the old sector of Jerusalem, these 21’-00” ceiling will define the characteristics of Savi.

Community

Barrel Vault

Journey

Journey II. Deli/Que

Waiting/Coffee Area The waiting area is the perfect opportunity to promote ongoing Savannah events and news while the users wait for the food.

England

Jerusalem Food Philosophy

Level 2 Kitchen/Office This area serves to provide additional cooking (such as baking). The space can be adjustable in accordance to fute needs.

Marketplace

English Cathedral Barrel Vault

Bringing people together

Journey I. Market Place

The marketplace serves as an introduction before journeying to the main cooking area. Produce and breads from locals will be sold.

Family

Savannah

Kitchen Divided into two parts, the front section showcases the process. The back section serves for functional and cleaning use.

Farmer’s Market Exterior Structure

Building Envelope Principal Elements

Opening up all windows for maximum sunlight and direct view to Franklin Square.

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Diversity

Yotam Ottolenghi


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1. Market Place

9. Seating

2. Deli

10. ADA Bathroom

3. Grab-And-Go

11. Employee

4. Small cafe

Bathroom

5. Front Kitchen

12. Bakery

6. Back Kitchen

13. Storage

7. Waiting Area

14. Locker

8. Cashier

15. Office

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FIRST FLOOR PLAN (SCALE)

FIRST FLOOR PLAN (SCALE)

Programming

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Davis Project for Peace Competition Empowering Domestic Violence Survivors Through Power of Art

“ 883 Domestic violence victims in Savannah alone... “

BEARING WALLS

Art Installation - Group Project Role: Spatial Designer Third Year - Fall Quarter - Competition

Art Installation to Address Domestic Violence

OBJECTIVES

SURVIVOR’S JOURNEY

EMPOWER

ENCOURAGE

CONNECTING

EDUCATING

SURVIVORS

DISCUSSION

NGOs

INDIVIDUALS Establishing Goal

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Ideating

Connecting

Installation

Documentation


Art Installation - Fall 2018 2301 Bull St, Savannah, GA

Light is a central theme to the display and will direct guest’s path throughout the installation.

Overview

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Our project will design and execute an art installation in Savannah, Georgia focused on domestic violence to raise awareness about the issue within our community, promote existing resources for vulnerable populations, and engage survivors in the creation of the exhibit. The conceptualization and creation of the installation will be curated by survivors of domestic abuse to authentically reflect their experiences and voices. The inclusion of survivors in the execution of the installation also intends to remove the stigmatization that many victims face and empower and amplify the existing talents, skill sets, and voices within the community.

06 Hope Room The final room will be illuminated with mirrors and lights to evoke a sense of warmth and hope - guests are encouraged to interact with each other and the NGO representatives that will be present.

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05 Display Many stories will be displayed in boxes on walls that require guests to get closea in order to read them.

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Davis Project for Peace Competition Empowering Domestic Violence Survivors Through Power of Art

“ 883 Domestic violence victims in Savannah alone... “

OBJECTIVES

SURVIVOR’S JOURNEY

EMPOWER

ENCOURAGE

CONNECTING

EDUCATING

SURVIVORS

DISCUSSION

NGOs

INDIVIDUALS Establishing Goal

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Ideating

Connecting

Installation

Documentation


Art Installation - Fall 2018

Light is a central theme to the display and will direct guest’s path throughout the installation.

Overview

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Our project will design and execute an art installation in Savannah, Georgia focused on domestic violence to raise awareness about the issue within our community, promote existing resources for vulnerable populations, and engage survivors in the creation of the exhibit. The conceptualization and creation of the installation will be curated by survivors of domestic abuse to authentically reflect their experiences and voices. The inclusion of survivors in the execution of the installation also intends to remove the stigmatization that many victims face and empower and amplify the existing talents, skill sets, and voices within the community.

06 Hope Room The final room will be illuminated with mirrors and lights to evoke a sense of warmth and hope - guests are encouraged to interact with each other and the NGO representatives that will be present.

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05 Display Many stories will be displayed in boxes on walls that require guests to get closea in order to read them.

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Outcomes Empowerment Measured by networking and sense of leadership and growth from survivors of domestic violence.

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Increased Engagement Measured through new volunteers, individuals reporting increased knowledge, and increased enrollment in NGO programs.

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Reimplement Measured through times progra reimplemented, number of atte and number of works produced

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Art Installation - Fall 2018 Revenue Earned Measured through donations, exclusive tours, and purchased artwork.

am is endees d.

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Using our branding imagery for the event, we will develop a Facebook page that displays all information relating to the installation and workshops for the program.

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Overview This musical folly translates Joe Hisaishi’s Bokudan Umi No Mieru into a series of curious, exciting then chaotic experience. Taking the role as an entrance to the historical ruin, this folly will both welcome and lure the guests to interact with this three dimensionally translated spaces of music.

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Site Plan

MUSICAL FOLLY Pedastrian Route

Translating Music to a Spatial Experience

Historical Site

SCAD Museum

Street Savannah, GA.

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Folly - Individual Project Second Year - Winter Quarter - 2018 Form, Space and Order


Folly Project - Winter 2018

Experience 1: Curiosity (00:15 - 01:12) Main beat of the music. The steps of the stairs will light up for every staccatos.

Inspired by the distinctive harmony, each stair step lights up to the beat of the music. To evoke curiosity, trees have been placed on both sides to create a tunnel like experience thus heightening a sense of mystery. The pace of the guest is controlled by the soft lights from under the stairs.

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Experience 2: Excitement (01:13 - 02:06) Reoccurring triplet motif.

The reoccuring triplet notes in the musical score inspired the custom sun roof lighting structure. The melody has been translated to a delicate weaving pattern that seems to float in the trees. Tall, curved hedges create three controlled view points from the second floor: the street, the inner courtyard and the entrance to the courtyard.

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Experience 3: Chaos (02:07 - end) The constant subtle yet emphasized harmonies spread throughout the third

With the final climax of the music, the multi access area evokes a sense of chaos. Located at the first floor, the guests will spiral down a slide from the upper level to heighten their sense of exhilaration and dizziness. Furthermore, factors such as multi colored tiles, light emiting cement tiles, and shadow panels will heighten the sense of excitement.

Surrounding Views

section of the music (like these one sixteenth notes) creates a sense of chaos.

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Floor Plans

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02 Adjacent Courtyard

Surrounding Vegetation

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View from the Site

Initial Ideation

Level 1

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Overview This musical folly translates Joe Hisaishi’s Bokudan Umi No Mieru into a series of curious, exciting then chaotic experience. Taking the role as an entrance to the historical ruin, this folly will both welcome and lure the guests to interact with this three dimensionally translated spaces of music.

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Site Plan

Pedastrian Route

Historical Site

SCAD Museum

Street Savannah, GA.

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Folly Project - Winter 2018

Experience 1: Curiosity (00:15 - 01:12) Main beat of the music. The steps of the stairs will light up for every staccatos.

Inspired by the distinctive harmony, each stair step lights up to the beat of the music. To evoke curiosity, trees have been placed on both sides to create a tunnel like experience thus heightening a sense of mystery. The pace of the guest is controlled by the soft lights from under the stairs.

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Experience 2: Excitement (01:13 - 02:06) Reoccurring triplet motif.

The reoccuring triplet notes in the musical score inspired the custom sun roof lighting structure. The melody has been translated to a delicate weaving pattern that seems to float in the trees. Tall, curved hedges create three controlled view points from the second floor: the street, the inner courtyard and the entrance to the courtyard.

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Experience 3: Chaos (02:07 - end) The constant subtle yet emphasized harmonies spread throughout the third

With the final climax of the music, the multi access area evokes a sense of chaos. Located at the first floor, the guests will spiral down a slide from the upper level to heighten their sense of exhilaration and dizziness. Furthermore, factors such as multi colored tiles, light emiting cement tiles, and shadow panels will heighten the sense of excitement.

Surrounding Views

section of the music (like these one sixteenth notes) creates a sense of chaos.

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Floor Plans

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02 Adjacent Courtyard

Surrounding Vegetation

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View from the Site

Initial Ideation

Level 1

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Revival of Historical Site. Potential use for social events and recreations.

Street

Multiple appraoch options to encourage the site use.

Museum

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Folly Project - 2018

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Curiosity

Excitement

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Integration of

Chaos

Site to Folly

Slide and Glow up Cement tiles

Triplet Inspired Hedges & Sunroof

Light Source

Elevation Study

360 Degree View: 1. Historical site

Upper levels allows shaded relaxing area

2. Folly Entrance 3. Turner Blvd. Earthwork Ample sunlight allows 12’ - 00”

dynamic sun-shade

12’ - 00”

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Weaving Home

3000 Sqft2 - Residential - Individual Project Second Year - Spring Quarter - Studio I Client: Axel and Zohar Schultz

Residence with a focus on Culture

Living Room

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Sqft2 - Residential - 2018 126 West Bay Savannah, GA.

Sun Path Analysis

Zohar

Concept: Weaving

Axel

Parti

Sustainability

Site Analysis

Inspired by Sao Paulo’s local textile, this house resembles a traditional weaving technique that requires

Material

Art

two workers working in sync. Their three values are seamed into the house.

Living Room The living room welcomes the users with the view of the cistern and access point to multiple rooms. Dining Room The dining room faces Savannah River and the resident’s artist collection for the ultimate view.

Dining Room

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Living Room

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Residential - Spring 2018

Sun Path Analysis

Zohar

Concept: Weaving

Axel

Parti

Sustainability

Site Analysis

Inspired by Sao Paulo’s local textile, this house resembles a traditional weaving technique that requires

Material

Art

two workers working in sync. Their three values are seamed into the house.

Living Room The living room welcomes the users with the view of the cistern and access point to multiple rooms. Dining Room The dining room faces Savannah River and the resident’s artist collection for the ultimate view.

Dining Room

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Material Materials that reminesce the hometowan of the users has been carefully selected. For example, Brazilian Jatoba and Ipe wood not only offers strong durability, but has been harvested in a sustainable manner, certified by the Forest Stewardship Council.

Level 1

Central Cistern The rainwater collecting cistern has an angled concrete slab from the roof to the second floor that temporarily holds the water. This placement is also the place where gray water from second floor master bathroom and guest bathroom will be stored.

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Central

Master

Cistern

Bedroom

Level 2

Level 3


Residential - Spring 2018

Second Floor Kitchenette

Kitchen

Kitchen Elevation

Master Bathroom Elevation

Section & Programs

Sketches

1. Entry

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2. Art Gallery 3. Living Room 4. Kitchen

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5. Dining Room 6. Kitchenette 7. Guest Bedroom 8. Master Bedroom

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9. Roof Garden 10. Axel’s Studio 11. Zohar’s Studio

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SAVI 2018 - Fast-Casual Restaurant Project

Bearing These Walls 2018 - Art Installation addressing Domestic Violence

Musical Folly 2018 - Folly Design

Weaving House 2018 - Residential Project Interior Design

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