CONTENTS TAKSIM OPERA HOUSE -TAKSIM SQUARE, ISTANBUL, TURKEY PRATT GAUD PROJECT, 2011
ENTRE AGUAS CONTEMPORARY ART MUSEUM -BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA AC-CA COMPETITION, 2012
BOAT + BIKE CENTER -BOSTON HARBOR, MA
RESEARCH & FABRICATION
PRATT GAUD PROJECT, 2010
DESIGN FINESSE -RESEARCH PROJECT PRATT GAUD PROJECT, 2011
FORM, FORCE, MATTER -FABRICATION PROJECT PRATT GAUD PROJECT, 2012
INDUSTRIAL DESIGN WORK -2006 TO 2008 at KYUNG-HEE UNIVERSITY
TAKSIM OPERA HOUSE -TAKSIM SQUARE, ISTANBUL, TURKEY
2011 spring semester/ Pratt Institute (M.arch) Sulan Kolatan, Critic Used software : Rhino Grasshopper, Maya, Modo, AutoCad, Photoshop etc.
The beginning of the project was the research about Islamic court yard geometry and their complex zoning patterns on its applied topology. Situating the opera house and the court yard in the enclosing thin layer of the existing buildings, the courtyard becomes the bridge of both existing residence complex and new program: opera house.
Islamic patterns are complex, repeating but not in the same way. Lines expand from one point and flow toward the other point and it seems continuously altering.
The Square next to the opera house incorporates the existing transportation context and peopleâ€™s movement. Using the Islamic pattern as a weaving texture to provide multiple layers of program and the topology of landscape, the square becomes the transition of urban fabric to provide several scale of cultural performances.
Diagram showing forces and flows in the site. GREEN SPACE LOW DENSITY PUBLIC SPACE
LOW- RISE RESIDENTIAL
ATATURK LIBRARY ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
FLOW FROM HIGH-DENCITY TO LOW
ATTRACTORS MAIN VEHICULAR TRAFFIC METRO STATION
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The project uses parametric tools to explore variations of basic cell unit to figure the opera house topology. A series of different basic unit of cell structure starts to changing value of the basic cell and constructs different types of aggregations, which later varies to many. Basic unit contains the genesis of structural value, therefore, the variations of the unit cell structure maintains its structural property in its nature. In this unit aggregation, neighbouring two pots provides the initiative condition of theater spaces, and each of theater space has different axis keeping their connections.
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ENTRE AGUAS -BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA
2012 ac-ca Competition Used software : Maya, Modo, AutoCad, Photoshop, Illustrator etc.
CONTEMPORARY ART MUSEUM
THE ORIGINAL BOUNDARY OF WATER
S I T E
This project serves as a reminder of the historical existence of the sea at the site and aims to converge and mingle the differing contexts.
ORIGINAL BOUNDARY OF WATER, DIQUE3,1927
The project site faces Dique 3 which obstructed the original urban axis of Buenos Aires. In contrast, the newly developed Puente de la Mujer created an extension of the Old City along the axis. To bring back the original character of the site, the roof paving pattern is designed as a rain water harvesting system and leads into a grey water reservoir. The reservoir located at the top of the atrium creates a dramatic skylight which serves as a reminder of the historical existence of the sea.
site water boundary, 1927
memory of water site is the reclaimed ground located outside of Aduana Taylor in 19c
Rain water harvesting system into a greywater reservoir creating the dramtic water mark skylight into the exhibition space
As a metaphor to Tango, pedestrian flow from Old City toward ‘Puente de la Mujer’ and ‘ARA Presidente Sarmiento’ is infused with characteristic male Tango movementes to become the base massing.
Pedestrian flow from New City through ‘Puente de la Mujer’ is infused with characteristic female Tango movements to become the Atrium space.
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This project site is located at the outer -most defensive layer of the old city from the sea. It is an ideal location to welcome people from the New City. In relation to the two different urban characters of the New and Old City, the project site has pedestrian flows with different natures. Buenos Aires is the origin of tango, an expression of the intimate relationship between a man and a woman. As a metaphor to tango, the exterior massing of the proposed new contemporary art museum mimics male tango movements while the interior atrium space resembles the female tango movement.
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BOAT + BIKE CENTER
-BOSTON HARBOR, MA BOAT AND BIKE SHOWROOM, RENTAL, EDUCATION CENTER
The site of this project is an abandoned dry dock in the Boston harbor. The decision to use the dry dock as an operable one provides a series of pathways for the users of the site. Shortcuts are revealed at low tide and at high tide the user is required to use paths under and around the building itself, which straddles over the dry dock.
2009 Spring semester at Pratt Institute (M.arch) Alexandra Barker, critic Used software : Rhino, Maya, AutoCad, Photoshop etc.
A. bike track + testing B. restaurant C. showroom D. boat retail E. boat rental F. bike retail G. bike rental H. cafe I. librrary J. presentation center K. educational classroom L. locker room M. boat house N. mechanical/crawl space
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DESIGN FINESSE -RESEARCH PROJECT
2010 Spring semester at Pratt Institute (M.arch) Ferda Kolatan, critic Used software : Maya, Modo, Zprint
Throughout history man has used technology not only to enhance his practical abilities but also to express his deeply rooted ideas, both material and immaterial, of the world he inhabits. These manifestations have evolved to provide for a rich repertoire of features and styles. Within them one can find examples of particular intensities with an artistic intent to heighten design effects through a seemingly excessive articulation of form, structure and pattern.
PATTERN FORMATION IN BIOLOGY a
Design Finesse is used as both an investigative as well as an operative term. The first part of the research investigates historic precedents and seeks criteria to identify features and characteristics of finesse. The second part of the research is dedicated to the fabrication of a series of physical prototypes that test and apply the research by using contemporary design techniques.
Fig. 4.29 A set of sources and sinks of morphogen (a) in an idealized wing cell (here shown as a rectangular unit with veins the edges and the wing edge along the bottom) can be combined to generate many of the pattern features observed in nature (b). (After: Nijhout 1991)
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FORM FORCE MATTER -FABRICATION PROJECT
2011 Fall semester at Pratt Institute (M.arch) Gil Akos, Ronnie Parsons, critic Used software : Rhino, Grasshopper / GROUP PROJECT
Form-Active Systems offer an intuitive means of gaining direct and tangible knowledge for addressing architectural design problems with degrees of complexity typically beyond our capacity or desire to engage as designers. With these systems as a mechanism for research, this project establishes a rich territory in which Form, Force, and Matter are inherently imbricated in their conceptual domain while collectively asserting their agency within the design process. Approaching this conceptual terrain with an understanding that the elements of our systems of inquiry exist along an active continuum between the real and the virtual and investigating it through parallel methods of analog machines and physics-based simulation, we may effectively analyse the performative characteristics of Form-Active Systems, synthesize operative design strategies from this research, and redeploy these strategies through architectural prototypes capable of negotiating intrinsic and extrinsic forces across varying scales of application.
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INDUSTRIAL DESIGN WORK SHAKING LIGHTING DESIGN, 2008
SUBMARINE OBSERVATION ROBOT
-2006 TO 2008 at KYUNG-HEE UNIVERSITY
LG MOBILE PHONE, 2007
FLIPPING CHAIR, 2006
CONVERTIBLE BOAT DESIGN, 2007
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Jung Hoon Jin ADDRESS 28 Lefferts Pl Unit 5 Brooklyn, NY
PHONE + 917-558-2845
EDUCATION Pratt Institute School of Architecture / Master of Architecture 2008 - 2012 Kyung Hee University, Korea / BFA in Industrial Design
2001 - 2007
WORK EXPERIENCE KPA STUDIO, Brooklyn,NY
Curtain-wall shop drawing and job site management / Apr-Jul 2012 -Bronx Lighthouse Charter School
SK telecom Seoul, Korea
“Happy Camp” Photographer / Dec 2006 - Mar 2007
LG Electronics Seoul, Korea
Cooperative education program, Mobile accessory project 2005, 2006 Fall Semester
Inter of’s Co. Seoul, Korea
Full-time summer internship, Product designer / 2005
Designstory Co. Seoul, Korea Full-time summer internship, Product designer / 2004
EXHIBITION Performative Ornament / 2011 Robert and Hazel Siegel Gallery, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY Pratt GAUD Show / 2010 Robert and Hazel Siegel Gallery, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY Pratt GAUD++ Unpacked / 2009 Robert and Hazel Siegel Gallery, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY Korea Industrial Design Exhibition / 2006 Competition winner exhibition, Korea Design Center, Korea Seoul Living Design Fair / 2005 COEX Pacific Hall, Seoul,Korea/ Under Kyunghee University Industrial Design Booth Tea-joo Lighting Exhibition / 2005 Competition winner exhibition
AWARDS & COMPETITIONS International Merit Based Scholarship / 2008-2012 9th Steel Furniture Competition / Winner / 2006 Korea Industrial Design Exhibition / Winner / 2006 Tea-joo Lighting Competition / 2nd Prize / 2005 Dental CT design Competition / Gold prize 2005 40th Gyeonggi Art Contest / Winner / 2004
TECHNICAL SKILLS Construction documentation with Auto CAD, Revit Architecture 3D modelling with Rhinoceros (with Grasshopper), Modo, Maya, 3DS Max Professional rendering with V-ray, Modo, Mental ray Proficient in Adobe Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, After effect) Fabrication with CNC, 3D Print Bilingual in English and Korean