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June You +Architecture Portfolio 2011-2013 The University of Kansas / School of Architecture, Design and Planning


June You China, Canada & America

00 design portfolio


[education] 05 2011_05 2014

Master of Architecture _05 2014_ GPA 3.80 University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, USA

09 2007_12 2008

Business Administration _Undergraduate University Of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario, Canada

09 2004_06 2008

International Business _Bachelor of Economics Wuhan University Of Technology, Wuhan, Hubei, China

01 2014_05 2014

Research Assistant in Public Interest Design_ University of Kansas • Organizing a Public Interested Design conference • Building a web presence for the conference

06 2013_12 2013

Architectural Intern_ MANICA Architecture • Produced graphic presentations, 3D renderings, and construction drawings • Worked on projects: NBA Center in Wuqin, Brooklyn Nets Training Center & Manica’s new office

08 2012_05 2013

Woodshop Technician_ University of Kansas • Instructed and assisted students in using woodworking equipment

06 2012_08 2012

Studio 804 Warehouse Management Assistant_ Univeristy of Kansas • Created new floor flans for electric outlets and shelves layout

[experience]

[skills]

Computer Hand

Revit, Autocad, 3D Max, Rhino, SketchUp, Lumion, PhotoShop, Indesign, Illustrator Woodworking, Blacksmithing, Welding, Laser Cutting

Language

Mandarin _Fluent, English _Fluent

Academic

Shannon Criss Chad Kraus Denton Nichols

Associate Professor Assistant Professor Associate at Gould Evans

Jenny Gordy Aaron Fletcher Keith Robinson

Fashion Designer Project Manager Project Architect

[references]

Professional

scriss@ku.edu ckraus@ku.edu dnichls1@ku.edu

jennygordy@gmail.com afletcher@manicaarchitecture.com keithr@manicaarchitecture.com


June You 1016 Ohio Street / Lawrence KS USA 66044 [ 785 ] 580-8767 juanyou@ku.edu issuu.com/juneyou


+ Internship Work MANICA Architecture, 2013


01 Repurpose New Office for MANICA Architecture Kansas City


+ Graduate Work University of Kansas, 2011-2013


02 eat create relate Business Incubator Lab New Orleans


above sea level below sea level


site


proposed site The selected site is situated at the intersection of Broad Street and Bienville Street among four districts: Mid-City, Bayou St. John, Tulane-Gravier, and Treme. These are all mixed-income neighborhoods with very little new development. Neighborhood types extending out from the site indicate distinct building types and architectural languages. As a main crossroad of the city, Broad Street mainly contains commercial buildings. The existing building on site is a “out of scale” 1970’s supermarket. Along the Bienville Street, many residential buildings create a dense street façade. They typically have an open space between each other. The elevated porches activate outdoor social activities among residents. To break down the scale of existing building and react to surrounding residential buildings, Bienville Street will be the main focus of the new proposed building.

density

site

neutral ground


commercial

rensidential

bayou st. john

treme mid-city

tuLane-GraVier


design concept The proposed new building will have a strong connection with the surrounding neighborhood and the existing “out of scale” supermarket building. Along the Bienville Street, many residential buildings create a dense street façade. They typically have an open space between each other. The elevated porches activate outdoor social activities among residents. To break down the scale of existing building and react to surrounding residential buildings, Bienville Street will be the main focus of the new proposed building. The façade will speak the same architectural language as the other residential buildings on Bienville Street.

sun & wind

sun & wind

building relationships

building relationships

street actvity

street actvity

strip grids

strip grids

corner block

corner block

victory garden

victory garden


3’’ steel deck

6*8 wood joists

2*4 wood louver pieces W10*26 steel I-beam

cantilever elements

W10*12 steel column

3’concrete footing

6’’ square steel column 32’-0’’

36’-0’’


0 4ft 2ft

16ft 8ft

Upper Floor

Art Classroom

Think Tank

Cooking

Baking

Prepping

Classroom

Storage


It is a place where the community eat fresh and real food together, create new ideas and solutions for food and health problems, and relate to one another through sharing and growing food.


rainfall canopy evaporation

stormwater runoff

infiltration through roots of native plants

deep percolation

groundwater discharge


bioswale plant mix

site water treatment


03 Monarch Institute Butterfly Research Lab Kansas City

The Monarch Institute (20,000 NASF) will serve the River Market neighborhood, downtown Kansas City, and the larger metropolitan community. The building will contain a butterfly vivarium, a black box theater, a reading room, a butterfly garden, a cafe and research areas. Architecture is experienced through the senses, memories, beliefs and desires. In this project, the butterfly vivarium is an open space to accommodate thousands of butterflies accompanied by elements of their natural habitat. Well designed natural and artificial lighting is essential. What is more Important, this space should provide a full sensory experience to visitors and a living laboratory for researchers.


environmental system metal mesh screen cladding to reduce heat gain from west sunlight

LEED certified polygal sheets for better thermal insulation

green roof garden

1

structural system 2

egress system

36'


8 4

8

6

4

2

6

2

A

1

2

3

A

B

D

C

C

basement

5

4

B

E

level 1

F

6

1

3

5

7


4

32ft

8ft

8

8

6

4

2

0

6

16ft

2

UP UP

A

A

7

B

5

DN

9

B

UP

C

level 2

C

8

level 3

5

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

theater mechanical administration reading butterfly vivarium lobby / cafe research dry lab roof garden research wet lab

floor plans


planter concrete form wood chips planting soil insulation & filter fabric weeping tile

roof slab paving stone sand for leveling compacted gravel filter fabric rigid insulation waterproof membrane structural concrete slab

PERFORATED MESH MOUNTING

basement wall 8’’ concrete wall 3’’ wood wool acoustic board 3/4’’ plywood panel 3’’ insulation membrane 4’’ concrete floor slab 2’’ protection board membrane fluid-applied waterproofing gravel drain pipe

basement foundation 2’’ concrete floor finishing 4’’ concrete floor slab 2’’ protection board membrane 3’’ mud slab 6’’ gravel bed


04 aging in place

Home for Field Station Researchers Lawrence KS


adjustable + adaptive

Ecological Design Maximum southern solar exposure for heating and natural light 2. Body of water for evaporative cooling and excess storm water drainage 3. Coniferous trees for winter wind protection 1.


The client is a Field Research Station who requires three houses for their researchers and a grounds keeper/maintenance person. The site has a slight southern slope, and is populated by wild grasses and a small forest of early-successional deciduous trees. The ecosystem here is an ecotone, a transition space between forest and prairie. There are three existing buildings on the facility, but the houses will be located about 500-100 feet away, and shall be connected by a path.

metal

wood

glass

straw bale

wood

plastic

concrete


Native Kansas architecture have been important precedents, as it is ideal to retain the culture of rural Kansas. Many residents of the country tend to live in the same house until the end stages of life. Because of this, designing for aging in place needs to be a priority. The residences are comfortable for able bodied individuals, as well as the elderly and disabled. Designing for adaptability is required to provide for all stages of life.


+ Personal Work


05 publication Kiosk Magazine Issue 47 frozen moment of drama 20’’ by 20’’, 2012 soft pastel on birch plywood


06 wood working 70 degree bench/coffee table + Repurposed Sideboard

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5

2

3

6

4

1.

2 by 4 by 12 pine wood

2.

cutting and gluing

3.

clamping

4.

dowel joints

5.

sanding, sanding & sanding

6.

applying finishing


07 photography New York / St. Louis / Denver


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