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Master of City Planning, 2013 Urban Design Concentration University of California, Berkeley

JA YOUNG KIM ARCHITECTURE & URBAN DESIGN


TABLE OF CONTENTS

ACADEMIC WORKS URBAN DESIGN

Retrofitting Stanford Shopping Center Building within the existing urban footprint

Invitation to Lake Merritt Accommodating for an ever-growing population

Revitalizing the waterfront with parklets Reshaping a network of vibrant open spaces that link to the waterfront

Activating Streets Minneapolis Downtown East mixed-use neighborhood development

PROFESSIONAL WORKS

Market & Octavia Living Alleys

ARCHITECTURE & URBAN DESIGN

Illustrative analysis of existing conditions of alleys

Addison Streetscape Study Plaza & Shared Street Concepts

The BioNet City Songdo Bio Research Complex

Next Nest Housing for workers in nuclear power plant

Urban 4 Rest Ttukseum 3BL Mixed-Use

ACADEMIC WORKS ARCHITECTURE

Rediscovering the Place Creating an art village in an old steel material factory complex

Returning to the Edge The new possibility for Dangin-li power plant

Restructuring the Memory Reconstruction of mega-structure in Sewoon District


Master of City Planning, 2013 Urban Design Concentration University of California, Berkeley

URBAN DESIGN & PLANNING ACADEMIC WORKS


Retrofitting Stanford Shopping Center Building within the existing urban footprint + Apr 2013 + Location: Stanford Shopping Center, Palo Alto, CA + CP248 Advanced Studio second course work + University of California, Berkeley (instructed by Prof. Peter Bosselmann)

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Stanford Vineyard

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Stanford Shopping Center: 9 buildings, 45 businesses

Expansion of the center

Sold to Simon Property Group with 51-year lease of land

59.3 acre

COMMERCIAL

4750 cars

PARKING

5534 cars

RESIDENTIAL

1670 units

63.8 acre

LIVE / WORK

153 units

¯ Existing

2013

Stanford Management Company

Circulation

Street Frontage

Parking

Commercial

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¯ Ground Floor Plan

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Invitation to Lake Merritt Accommodating for an ever-growing population + Feb 2013 - Mar 2013 + Location: land adjacent to Lake Merritt Channel, Oakland, CA + CP248 Advanced Studio first course work + University of California, Berkeley (instructed by Prof. Peter Bosselmann) + extensive 3d modelling work & rendering in ArcMap & ArcScene

Issue Laney College I-880

Issue

Better Connection Better Land Use Preparation for Sea Level Rise

Better Connection Better Land Use Preparation for Sea Level Rise

Union Pacific Oakland Railyard

BCDC prediction 100year 55ft

1_new boundary

2_underground infrastructure

Union Pacific Railroad

Industrial buildings Oakland Fire Department Facilities

1_new boundary HARD:

hybrid levee raised shoreline SOFT: tidal marsh, wetland

HARD: hybrid levee raised shoreline SOFT: tidal marsh, wetland

BART: underground extension 7th Street: converted to cover the BART line

South Pacific Railroad: underground The Embarcadero: 10ft raised above seawall

3_new blocks & streets

4_new developments

100ft Green Buffer from the freeway : Parking and Parks

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Revitalizing the waterfront with parklets Reshaping a network of vibrant open spaces that link to the waterfront + Mar 2012 - Apr 2012 + Location: Northeast waterfront, San Francisco, CA + CP208 Plan Preparation studio course work + University of California, Berkeley (instructed by Prof. Elizabeth Macdonald)

With our new open spaces along the Embarcadero, the neighborhoods and visitors can enjoy the activated amenities on the waterfront. The Bayfront Greenway enhances the connections from Chinatown and North Beach neighborhoods to the waterfront, and these new open spaces will become attractive destinations to draw people for experiencing the waterfront.

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Revitalizing the underutilized parklets between the piers with new recreational programs

Reshaping the promenade along the waterfront with developments of piers and Sea Wall Lots

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SEE! A mounded pocket garden encourages people to linger on the bay with scenic views.

ENJOY! A floating swimming pool and sand beach offer people a variety of waterfront experiences as recreational area.

TOUCH! Aquabus terminal and wood decks draw people directly to the water. JA YOUNG KIM | ACADEMIC

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Activating Streets Minneapolis Downtown East mixed-use neighborhood development + Jan 2013, The ULI/General D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition + Location: Downtown East, Minneapolis, MN + University of California, Berkeley (instructed by Prof. Elizabeth Macdonald) + played a key role in collaborating various disciplines, setting goals and concepts, and masterplanning + participated as a menber of a group of five incl. two MCP, two M.Arch, and one MBA students

ACTIVATE the STREET

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CONVENTION CENTER / RETAIL

GOURMET DINING / RESIDENTIAL

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VIKINGS HOTEL

LOCAL RETAIL / RESIDENTIAL

PARKING RAMP

Visit a cafe in the morning Shop at the farmer’s market Have lunch with a friend A end a class at the community center Get your errands done on High Street

Stroll down Entertainment Ave Explore new restaurants Go bar hopping with friends Shop local small businesses Have a summer picnic in the park

Start a game of soccer with friends at the park Go ice ska ng in the seasonal outdoor rink A end fes vals at the Stadium Plaza & Park Go to football games at the Stadium Bike over to the River front

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GOURMET DINING / RESIDENTIAL

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LOCAL RETAIL / RESIDENTIAL

PARKING RAMP

Visit a cafe in the morning Shop at the farmer’s market Have lunch with a friend A end a class at the community center Get your errands done on High Street

Stroll down Entertainment Ave Explore new restaurants Go bar hopping with friends Shop local small businesses Have a summer picnic in the park

PHASE ONE

- Retail: 561,970 sq - Hotel: 312,415 sq - Residen al: 1,129,628 sq Market Rate Rental Housing: 600 units Market Rate For Sale Housing: 202 units - Open Space: 105,982 sq

PHASING

Start a game of soccer with friends at the park Go ice ska ng in the seasonal outdoor rink A end fes vals at the Stadium Plaza & Park Go to football games at the Stadium Bike over to the River front Residen al

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LAND USE

- Retail: 135,705 sq - Residen al: 633,082 sq ENTERTAINMENT AVE, ARMORY COMMUNITY Market Rate Rental Housing: 210 units Market Rate For Sale Housing: 70 units Affordable Housing: 120 units - Parking: 285,900 sq

Green Corridor

Entertainment Ave RESIDENTIAL

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RetailSTADIUM CENTER & VIKINGS Civic / Ins tu onal Open Space Parking Ramp

High Street

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ARMORY COMMUNITY PLAYDIUM

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PHASE ONE

- Retail: 561,970 sq - Hotel: 312,415 sq - Residen al: 1,129,628 sq Market Rate Rental Housing: 600 units Market Rate For Sale Housing: 202 units - Open Space: 105,982 sq

PHASE TWO

- Retail: 135,705 sq - Residen al: 633,082 sq Market Rate Rental Housing: 210 units Market Rate For Sale Housing: 70 units Affordable Housing: 120 units - Parking: 285,900 sq

LAND USE

Green Corridor

Entertainment Ave RESIDENTIAL

Residen al Hotel Retail Civic / Ins tu onal Open Space Parking Ramp

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San Francisco Planning Department Taecker Planning & Design Kunwon Architects

ARCHITECTURE & URBAN DESIGN PROFESSIONAL WORKS


Market & Octavia Living Alleys Illustrative analysis of existing conditions of alleys + Mar 2013 - Present + Location: Market & Octavia Planning Area (Hayes Valley), San Francisco, CA + Internship work in San Francisco Planning Department (City Design Group) + This is part of presentation boards prepared for a public workshop.

LILY ST

between BUCHANAN ST & LAGUNA ST LAND USE: Residential | Cultural / Institutional CHARACTERISTICS: • A moderate slope up to Buchanan St. • Shadowed near Laguna St. due to SF Zen Center and trees

LINDEN ST

between BUCHANAN ST & LAGUNA ST LAND USE: Residential | Commercial Cultural / Institutional CHARACTERISTICS: • New SF Jazz with sidewalk improvement (trees, lights & bikeracks) • Potential mid-block connection at Gough St. to “Living Alley” project

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Addison Streetscape Study Plaza & Shared Street Concepts + Location: Addison Street between Shattuck & Oxford, Berkeley, CA + Streetscape study for Berkeley Art Museum / Pacific Film Archive, 2013 + Role: developing design concepts and major graphic support on a shared street design and created project document + Urban Designer and Planner at Taecker Design & Planning

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The BioNet City Songdo Bio Research Complex + Location: Songdo, Incheon, Korea + Competition 1st Prize, 2009 + Role: Schematic design and design development for office buildings and housings as a Junior Designer at Kunwon Architects. + Project Description: A new bio research complex with the concept of symbiosis among program network of related businesses. The phasing strategies of the project and multi-level pedestrian parks and plazas were highlighted. BUILDING

URBAN PATCH

OPEN SPACE

NETWORK PLACE

TRANSPORTATION

PLAZA & COURT

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Next Nest Housing for workers in nuclear power plant + Location: Youngkwang, Korea + Competition 3rd Prize, 2009 + Role: On-site research, hand-drawing, 3d modelling, and assisted on concept design as a Junior Designer at Kunwon Architects. + Project Description: Redevelopment of existing housing regarding future development of this area, preservation and use of natural environment for sustainable development with emphasis on community spaces for the workers Type II: Sky Village - 12-15F tower residential - open view plan - water space program

Type I: Green Village - town houses - private garden - deck parking system

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Urban 4 Rest Ttukseum 3BL Mixed-Use + Location: Ttukseum, Seoul, Korea + Role: Assisted conceptual design phase & unit plan development for residentials, conducted modelling, sketch and graphic works and prepared presentation materials CONCEPT and interdisciplinary meetings as a Junior Designer at Kunwon Architects. URBAN FOREST URBAN 4 REST + Project Description: Filling the empty space in the city by making the best use of its adjacency from the Seoul Forest. Accommodating a number of people in the ultra-high buildings will GREEN GREEN GREEN LIVING LIVING ART ART rejuvenate the area with the completion of newLIVING subwayARTstation on construction. WORK WORK

SITE ANALYSIS environment

zoning

entrance

direction / view

WORK

3 x REST + GREEN LIVING FOREST ART FOREST WORKING FOREST

NATURE

VEHICLE

RIVER VIEW

VEHICLE

URBAN

PEDESTRIAN

GREEN VIEW

PEDESTRIAN

RESIDENTIAL

RESIDENTIAL

URBAN VIEW

RESIDENTIAL

OFFICE

OFFICE

BLOCKED

OFFICE

3 UNIT PLAN

1 TOWER - A

1 TOWER - B

6 unit

Sun direction

2 UNIT PLAN

2 unit + 3 unit

Sun direction

3 unit + 3 unit

Sun direction

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ART CENTER

1. Excellent : 168 units (60%) 2. Good : 112 units (40%) 3. Average : - units (0%)

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ART CENTER

1. Excellent : 159 units (58%) 2. Good : 84 units (31%) 3. Average : 31 units (11%)

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1. Excellent : 220 units (79%) 2. Good : 59 units (21%) 3. Average : - units (0%)

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RESIDENTIAL

HOUSING GALLERY

3 side open 2 side open Seoul Forest + Han River

1. 3 side open : 224 units (80%) 2. Seoul Forest+Han River : 224 units (80%) 3. Han River : 168 units (60%)

3 side open 2 side open Seoul Forest + Han River Han River

1. 3 side open : 106 units (38%) 2. Seoul Forest+Han River : 274 units (100%) 3. Han River : 53 units (20%)

1. Excellent : 188 units (64%) 2. Good : 94 units (33%) 3. Average : - units (0%)

View OFFICE

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3 side open 2 side open Seoul Forest + Han River Han River

1. 3 side open : 220 units (79%) 2. Seoul Forest+Han River : 279 units (100%) 3. Han River : 110 units (40%)

3 side open 2 side open Seoul Forest + Han River Han River

1. 3 side open : 188 units (66%) 2. Seoul Forest+Han River : 282 units (100%) 3. Han River : 94 units (33%)

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Bachelor of Architecture, 2009 Hanyang University Seoul, Korea

ARCHITECTURE ACADEMIC WORKS


Rediscovering the Place Creating an art village in an old steel material factory complex + Aug 2008 - Dec 2008 + Location: Mullae-dong, Seoul, Korea + Graduation thesis project + Hanyang University (instructed by Prof. Seungbom Roh)

YROTCAF LAIRETAM LEETS EALLUM

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MULLAE ART VILLAGE


In Korea, the deindustrialization in Seoul has brought a series of plant closings and relocations in recent decades. The former factory sites have the potentials to be reused and fill the gap in the City. The former Mullae steel material factory site is located adjacent to Yeongdeungpo, one of the subcenters in Seoul metropolitan area. It is surrounded by new massive developments such as high-rise apartments and office buildings, as well as the existing small-scale factories and single family houses.

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Existing building

Existing structure to reuse

New skin with frame

Extension with new mass

New roof for in-between

JUXTAPOSITION OF OLD & NEW Some artists from major places know for art and design in the center of Seoul have moved into the vacancies of the former factories and created a significant scale of complex, so-called ‘Mullae Art Village’. Not only do they occupy the place, but they also try to communicate with local people by various means. Instead of relying on traditional way of exhibition, they created a network system that requires intense bidirectional communications between a transmitter and a receiver.

Roof Gallery at in-between space

Extended Space with existing structure

Deck Bridges connecting space to space with landscaping

Art Shop in existing building Open Studio in existing building New building on the boundary

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Landscape

Deck

I laid a huge emphasis on reusing the former factory site. Especially, the small-scale factories in Mullae needed a suggestion which can provide the solution for arising urban issues engaged with its history and residents and neighbors’ memories. Contrast to the massive scale of neighboring redevelopment, preserving its own scale and characteristics would enable this happen.

Addition

Extension

Existing buildings

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Returning to the Edge The new possibility for Dangin-li power plant

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FERRY POINT AQUATIC LEISURE CENTRE

LOW WOODS

OPEN AIR CINEMA CIRCULAR FOUNTAINS

WIDE BIKE PATH

PICNIC AREA WET MEADOWS

STUDIOS & RETAILS

INDI CULTURE CORRIDOR

PERFOMANCING AREA

HIGH WOODS

PRIMARY SPECTATOR AREA

CAFES

RESTAURANTS

ROOF GARDEN

BOSQUES

PUBLIC BOTANICAL PATH

MULTIPURPOSE HALL

Dangin-li Line with conveying coal to Dangin-li power Culture with No Boundary_ the traces of plant were covered by asphalt surface, and new culture passes through the line. Returning the isolated land to people gives appropriate prominence to cultural connection in the relation with Dangin-li Line. Considering the potential of indi-culture in the neighborhood area, Hongdae, I suggested a ‘Place’ which can embrace every activities that could happen, instead of building a building structure with fixed program.

VERTICAL GARDEN

Culture with No Boundary_ the traces of

PLAYGROUND

+ Mar 2008 - May 2008 + Location: Dangin-li, Seoul, Korea + Selected works (Docomomo-Korea Design Competition) + Hanyang University (instructed by Prof. Seungbom Roh)


SITE WITH LOCKED BOUNDARY

LINES FROM EXTENTION OF URBAN TEXTURE

DESIRES TO MOVE ALONG THE LINES

EXTENDED FRINGES OF THE CITY

GREEN AREA

ENLARGED GREEN AREA WITH NEW TOPOGRAPHY

MEMORIES OF DANGIN-LI

NEWLY CREATED EDGE

Fringe_ Dangin-li Power Plant have sustained its own boundary for a long time in the metropolitan city of Seoul and remained cutting itself off SITE

from surrounding urban contexts. Despite its geological position in the city, this site ironically represents itself as urban fringe. Here, I want to redefine the meaning of fringe. It is the thing that develops itself with new form and meaning, while possessing some parts of urban structure and contexts. Which fringe is going to be seen among the elements overlapped in the city. Dangin-li is about to be a fringe of Seoul, Han river, and culture.

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Restructuring the Memory Reconstruction of mega-structure in Sewoon District + Oct 2007 - Dec 2007 + Location: Pungjeon Hotel in Sewoon District, Seoul, Korea + Hanyang University (instructed by Prof. Jitaek Lim)

Sewoon District forms a long axis that connects Jongmyo to Mt.Nam and consists of 4 separate buildings. By the cooperative work in a team, we create a masterplan for this complex and develop the design of each building individually. My site is the third area in Sewoon District and now Pungjeon Hotel is located. Based on an analysis of surrounding urban area, I focused the connection of the narrow roads and continuing communication.

WATER PATHS + STREETS 1770

STREETS 1840

STREETS 1911

STREETS 1947

STREETS PRESENT

Main water paths, Namchon district, Seoul, 1770 + Map of the Capital City

Main streets, Namchon district, Seoul, 1840 + Suseonchongdo

Main streets, Namchon district, Seoul, 1911 + street map of Gyeongseong-bu

Main streets, Namchon district, Seoul, 1947 + Map of Seoul

Main streets around Sewoon District, Present + National Geographic Information Institute

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OVERLAPPED ALL


HOTEL

BOOK

1 HOTEL 5630m2 UNITS(3type) + LOBBY HALL + CAFE + OPEN LOUNGE + OFFICE + SERVICE etc. 2 EXHIBITION 930m2 ROOM 1 / LOBBY(430m2) + ROOM 2(200m2)+ ROOM 3(270m2)+ OFFICE

PAPER

PERFORMING

3 COMMERCIAL 1260m2 BOOK STORE(630m2) + BOOK CAFE + OFFICE + SERVICE etc. 4 PERFORMING PLACE 485m2 STAGE / TECHNICAL ROOM(220m2) + SEATS(195m2) + FOYER(70m2)

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4-1 LOBBY / ROOM 1 4-2 ROOM 2 4-3 ROOM 3

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the way home | pen and ink | 9 1/2 x 3 1/2 in

on the millenium bridge in London | pen and watercolor | 7 x 5 1/2 in

walking around | watercolor | 12 x 18 in

village | watercolor | 22 x 14 in


JA YOUNG KIM Master of City Planning (Urban Design), 2013 University of California, Berkeley Bachelor of Architecture (5-year), 2009 Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea 510.517.7165 jaykim37@gmail.com


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