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HANUL KIM PORTFOLIO FOR POSITION IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE hanul.kim@alumni.harvard.edu 703/ 835 4891


STUDIO MYCORRHIZAL CITY REACTIVATING TERROIR IN TENOCHTITLAN FRANKLIN PARK PROFESSIONAL WORK HELLS HALF ACRE WORLD TOUCH DRAWING AND SCULPTURE CITY HALL PLAZA RAVEL NETTED REPRESENTATIONAL STUDIES


HANUL KIM 103 Thurston St. Somerville, MA P 703 835 4891 hanul.kim@alumni.harvard.edu

EDUCATION 08/201205/2015 08/201205/2015

Harvard University | Graduate School of Design Master of Landscape Architecture I

Dartmouth College

Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies with a minor in Anthropology, cum laude

EXPERIENCE 01/2016present

Design Researcher- Acacia Road Ventures

06/201512/2015

Vice President of Design- Acacia Road Ventures

06/201609/2016

Research Associate- Responsive Environments and Artifacts Lab (Harvard GSD)

Contributed to concept development, client interviews, and logo design for First Circles, a mobile app creating a smart community supporting any user. App available in the Apple App Store.

Spearheaded design research, UX design, and graphic design in an innovation incubator with Harvard roots. Managed IntelliBadge--a biomonitor for police wellness--from concept development to partnership formation, and oversaw the promotional campaign for WorldTouch--a mentoring app for democratizing innovation. Company narrowed focus to First Circles post 2015.

Supported MLA 3rd semester core studio curriculum by investigating the evolution of the Boston Harbor hydrological system. Performed geospatial mapping, and modeled the harbor bathymetry. 08/201412/2014

summer 2009 summer 2010

Design Consultant-Solomon Foundation

As part of the Solomon Foundation’s Greenough Drive project, mapped the ecological and land use history of Hell’s Half Acre, the last historical marsh in the Charles River Basin. Traced historical aerial images, compared present day and historical plant inventories, and estimated historical forest extents using present tree core data.

Graphic Designer-Smithsonian Arctic Studies Center Produced the 2009 Gateways Project field report, and produced maps and illustrations for the 2010 report. Participated in field excavations in Hare Harbor, in the Gulf of Newfoundland.


RECOGNITION 05/2015

Exhibition-Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies

Studio project “Reactivating Terroir in Tenochtitlan” exhibited at the Rockefeller Center at an exhibition on Mexican urbanism. 12/2014

Distinction-Urban Ecology Studio

Project on Hell’s Half Acre awarded a distinction for historical research and presentation in consultattion to the Solomon Foundation. 06/2012

Undergraduate Honors Semi-Finalist, Mellon Mays Fellowship Presidential Scholar, Meredith Kelly Lab Stefansson Fellow, Institute of Arctic Studies

LANGUAGES English- fluent [speaking, reading, writing] Korean- fluent [speaking, reading, writing] French- proficient [speaking]

PROFESSIONAL SKILLS CAD [AutoCAD, Rhino] Visualization [Rhino, Sketchup, Revit] Adobe [Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, Aftereffects] Microsoft Office [Word, Excel, Powerpoint] Geographic Information Systems [ArcGIS] Fabrication [lasercutting, woodshop certified]

REFERENCES Academic

Academic

Professional

Sergio Lopez Pineiro

Lecturer in Landscape Architecture Harvard GSD- lopezpineiro@gsd.harvard.edu 6174985581

Peter del Tredici

Visiting Lecturer of Applied Ecology and Planning MIT Urban Planning- deltred@mit.edu

Michael Pepe

Senior Media Executive. CEO of Acacia Road Ventures mpepe219@gmail.com 9086562262


-30 mts

- Core Habitats

AGENCIES - USA Army Corps of Engineers CRITICAL LANDSCAPE

- Air Force Civil Engineer Center

GRADIENT: SALINITY 2

- US environmental protection agency

- US Army Environmental Command

- Harvard University - University of Massachussets

- Cape Cod Comission

- Mass. Military Reservation Ground water Study

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# 11

# 12

HARVARD UNIVERSITY

# 13

# 14

# 15

UPPER SHAWME LAKE BEDROCK exceeds 60mts / 200ft.

- Critical natural habitats - Core Forests

DIRECTION OF PERCHLORATE -50 mts

US AIR FORCE CIVIL ENGINEERING CENTER

DIRECTION OF RDX PLUME -40 mts

-60 mts

GROUND WATER TABLE (GWT) GROUND WATER TABLE (GWT) -10 mts

TESTING PLOT 2 1:10.000 Scaled x 4

2020 slope typologies and infrastructural configurations

on site bioremediation

Controlled testing plots will be developed at strategic groundwater contaminants are identified through monitoring wells

-20 mts

existing monitoring wells

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SECTION

MMR Indian Springs AFS, USAF Ingleside Naval Station, USN Ira Eaker (Blytheville) AFB, USAF Jacksonville IAP AGS, USAF

macro-patterns of soil through cut-and–fill

US ARMY ENVIRONMENTAL COMMAND

Removal and deposition of the remaining contaminated soil terrain of legible risk and access

2010 29 Palms Air Ground Combat Center, USMC Alameda Naval Aviation Depot, USN Altus AFB, USAF Andrews AFB, USAF Anniston Army Depot, USA Arlington Hall Station, USA Arnold AFB, USN Atlanta Naval Air Station, USN Atlantic City MAP AGS, USAF Atterbury Reserve Traqining Area, USA Avon Park AFS, USAF Badin AGS, USAF Bangor AGS, USAF Bangor Naval Submarine Base, USN Barksdale AFB, USAF Barnes Municipal Airport AGS, USAF Beale AFB, USAF Beaufort Marine Corps Air Station, USMC Bergstrom AFB, USAF USMC Birmingham MAP AGS, USAF Bogue jMarine Corps ALF, USMC Boise Air Terminal AGS, USAF Bolling AFB, USAF Bradley IAP AGS, USAF Brooks AFB, USAF 2Cameron Station, USA Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Air Station, USMC Camp Perry AGS, USAF Cape Cod AFS, USAF Cecil Field Naval Air Station, USN Chanute AFB, USAF Charleston AFB, USAF Charleston Naval Station, USN Cherry Point Naval Aviation Depot, USN DMA Aerospace Center, USAF Defense Personnel Support Center. DOD Duluth AGS, USAF Dyess AFB, USAF El Centro Naval Air Facility, USN Ellington Field AGS, USAF Everett Naval Station, USN Falcon AFB, USAF Fleet and Mine Warfare Training Center, USN Fort Benning, USA Fort Devens, USA Fort Devens, USA Fort Leavenworth, USA Fort Lee, USA Fort Leonard Wood, USA Fort Lesley J. McNair, USA Fort Lewis, USA Fort Smith MAP AGS, USAF Garland AGS, USAF Glenview Naval Air Station, USAF Grand Forks AFB, USAF Gulfport Naval Construction BN Center, USN Hall AGS, USAF Hancock Field AGS, USAF Harrisburg Olmsted IAP AGS, USAF Hector Field AGS, USAF Henderson Hall Marine Corps HQ, USMC Hill AFB, USAF

Joe Foss Field AGS, USAF K.I. Sawyer AFB, USAF Keesler AFB, USAF Key Field AGS, USAF Kingsley Field AGS, USAF Kirtland AFB, USAF La Porte AGS, USAF Lambert St. Louis IAP AGS, USAF Laughlin AFB, USAF Letterkenny Army Depot, USA Lexington Bluegrass Army Depot Act., USA Lincoln MAP AGS, USAF Little Creek Naval Amphibious Base, USN Little Rock AFB, USAF Long Beach Naval Shipyard, USN Long Beach Naval Station, USN Loring AFB, USAF Los Alamitos AFRC, USA Louisville Naval Ordnance Station, USN Lowry AFB, USAF Luke AFB, USAF MacDill AFB, USAF Malmstrom AFB, USAF Massachusetts Military Base, USAF/USA March AFB, USAF Mare Island Naval Shipyard, USN Mare Island Naval Station, USN Marine Barracks 8th and 1st, USMC Marine Corps Combat Dev. Command, USMC Marine Corps Logistics Base, USMC Marine Corps Recruit Depot, USMC Martin State AGS, USAF Mather AFB, USAF Maxwell AFB, USAF Mayport Naval Station, USN McAlester Army Ammunition Plant, USA McChord AFB, USAF McClellan AFB, USAF McCollum AGS, USAF McConnell AFB, USAF McEntire AGB, USAF McGhee Tyson Airport AGS, USAF McGuire AFB, USAF Memphis Defense Depot, USDOD Memphis IAP AGS, USAF Memphis Naval Air Station, USN Meridian Naval Air Station, USN Military Ocean Terminal - Bayonne, USA Millington Naval Hospital, USN Minneapolis/St. Paul IAP AGS, USAF Minot AFB, USAF Miramar Naval Air Station, USN Mobile Naval Station, USN Moody AFB, USAF Mountain Home AFB, USAF Mountain Warfare Training Center, USMC Myrtle Beach AFB, USAF NAVCOMM Area Mater Station. Lant, USN NW Region Naval Medical Command, USN Nashville Metropolitan Airport AGS, USAF Naval Air Development Center, USN Naval Air Propulsion Center, USN Naval Coastal Systems Center, USN Naval Communications Station, USN Naval Educ. and Train. Pro. Mgmt. Sup. Act., USN Naval Education & Training Center, USN Naval Electronic Sys. Engineering Act., USN Naval Electronic System Engineering Center, USN Naval Medical Command - NCR, USN Naval Observatory, USN Naval Ocean Systems Center, USN

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CAPE COD Commission /Environmental Professioals Massachusetts Military Base

Connecting Passage Territorie Controlled testing plots will be developed at strategic junctures within this pattern, and in potential source areas of biodiversity in the ecological gradients adjacent to the MMR. Research institutions, starting with Harvard University and the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, will curate the test plots to maximize their potential as triggers to increase dynamic flows and movements of flora and fauna, and eventually the instigators of passage territories throughout the region.

Open and cleaned areas, between t and richer soil. This will allow seeds t tions, permitting the evolution of flo

Naval Postgraduate School, USN Naval Research Laboratory, USN Naval Security Group Activity, USN Naval Strategic Weapon FAC PAC, USN Naval Surface Weapons Center, USN Naval Undersea Warfare Engineering Station, USN Naval Underwater Systems Center, USN

Ogden Defense Depot, USDOD Onizuka AFB, USAF Ontario IAP AGS, USAF Orange AGS, USAF Orlando Naval Training Center, USN Otis AFB, USAF

Norton AFB, USAF O'Hare IAP AGS, USAF Oakland Army Base, USA Oakland Naval Supply Center, USN Oceana Naval Air Station, USN

Navy Avionics Center, USN Navy Ships Parts Control Center, USN Navy Supply Corps School, USN Nellis AFB, USAF New Cumberland Army Depot, USA New London Naval Submarine Base, USN New Orleans Naval Air Station, USN New Orleans Naval Support Activity, USN New River Marine Corps Air Station, USMC New York Naval Station, USN Newark AFB, USAF Niagara Falls IAP ARS, USAF Norfolk Naval Air Station, USN Norfolk Naval Aviation Depot, USN Norfolk Naval Shipyard, USN Norfolk Naval Station, USN North Highlands AGS, USAF North Isalnd Naval Air Station, USN North Island Naval Air Station, USN North Island Naval Aviation Depot, USN

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Pascagoula Naval Station, USN Patrick AFB, USAF Patuxant River Naval Air Test Center, USN Pensacola Naval Air Station, USN Pensacola Naval Aviation Depot, USN Peterson AFB, USAF Philadelphia Naval Hospital, USN Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, USN Philadelphia Naval Station, USN Phoenix Sky Harbor IAP AGS, USAF Picatinny Arsenal, USA

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GRADIENT: SALINITY 3 FOREST CORE

US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS GRADIENT:WIND LEVEL 2

Potential Executive Agencies Board of Executives

HABITATS # 09 # 08 # 07

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unexploded ordinance clearance and soil remediation activities 8 4 2 1 0

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CAPE COD Commission Smithsonian Complex Public Sector Committee

Potential Executive Agencies Board of Executives

Occupation

UNIVERSITIES /HARVARD Forest /HARVARD Arnold Aboretum /Harvard GSD /UMASS Amherst- College of Natural science /UMASS Amherst-School of Agriculture CAPE COD Commission Smithsonian Complex Public Sector Committee

Potential Executive Agencies Board of Executives

Pre-Occupation Reseach

US AIR FORCE / Air Force Civil Engineer Center CAPE COD Commission Smithsonian Complex Public Sector Committee

Potential Executive Agencies Board of Executives

Clearance

TEST PLOT 11

UNIVERSITIES /HARVARD Forest /HARVARD Arnold Aboretum /Harvard GSD /UMASS Amherst- College of Natural science /UMASS Amherst-School of Agriculture 5.00 Kilo me ter s

Plattsburgh AFB, USAF Quonset State Airport AGS, USAF Randolph AFB, USAF Red River Army Depot, USA Redstone Arsenal, USA Reese AFB, USAF Reno Cannon IAP AGS, USAF Richards Gebaur ARS, USAF Richmond Defense General Supply Center. DOD Roslyn AGS, USAF Sacramento Army Depot, USA Saginaw Army Aircraft Plant, USA Salt Lake City IAP AGS, USAF San Diego Marine Corps Recruit Depot, USMC San Diego Naval Hospital, USN Scott AFB, USAF Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station, USN Selfridge AFB, USAF Seneca Army Depot, USA Sunny Point Military Ocean Terminal, USA TULSA IAP AGS, USAF Tinker AFB, USAF Tobyhanna Army Depot, USA Tonopah AFS, USAF Tooele Army Depot, USA Tracy Defense Depot, USDOD Traux Field AGS, USAF Travis AFB, USAF Treasure Island Naval Station, USN U.S. Army Natick R&D Center, USA Umatilla Army Depot Activity, USA United States Air Force Academy, USAF United States Naval Academy, USN Van Nuys Airport AGS, USAF Vance AFB, USAF Vandenburg AFB, USAF Vint Hill Farms Station, USA Watervliet Arsenal, USA Wellesley AGS, USAF West Point Military Reservation. West Point. NY Westover AFB, USAF Whidbey Island Naval Air Station, USN White Oak Naval Surface Weapons Cen., USN White Sands Missile Range, USA Williams AFB, USAF Willow Grove Naval Air Station, USN Winter Harbor Naval Sec. Group Act., USN Worchester AGS, USAF Wright-Patterson AFB, USAF Wurtsmith AFB, USAF Yakima Firing Center, USA Yeager Airport AGS, USAF Yorktown Naval Weapons Station, USN Youngstown MAP AGS, USAF Yuma Marine Corps Air Station, USMC Yuma Proving Ground, USA

throughout the region.

Local Communities NGOs/NPOs Smithsonian Complex Public Sector Committee

Testing plots Drawing on collaboration with and between the Air Force Civil Engineers and the Environmental Protection Agency, the project will reveal a terrain of legible risk and access, as encoded in slope typologies and infrastructural configurations resulting from unexploded ordinance clearance and soil remediation activities. On site bioremediation is use to eliminate residual explosives and unclean contaminants in the ground. Removal and deposition of the remaining contaminated soil, by creating a macro-patterns of soil through cut-and–fill, will reflect visually and spatially where is taking place the process of remediation. Also, groundwater contaminants are identified through monitoring wells.

clearance and soil remediation activities. Controlled testing plots will be developed at strategic junctures within this pattern, and in potential source areas of biodiversity in the ecological gradients adjacent to the MMR. Research institutions, starting with Harvard University and the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, will curate

Cleaning OPENING LAB employs the MMR’s disturbed but intact landscapes as a catalyst for instigating biodiversity and ecological connections, providing public access throughout the region, and ultimately driving the transition from a closed to an open system as a way to recover and repurpose the site. Drawing on collaboration with and between the Air Force Civil Engineers and the Environmental Protection Agency, the project will reveal a terrain of legible risk and access, as encoded in slope ty-

CIA

OPENNING LAB

The Closing and Opening as a Landscape Mechanism for Creating Ecological Reserves

29 million acres correspond to the total of military facilities in the U.S. where 97 correspond to large enclosed military bases, completely isolated, environmentally, socially and economically way as ‘closed island’. Within this context, -since the Massachusetts Military Reservation’s (MMR) establishment in 1931-, military training activities and the contamination have created a hazardous landscape of restricted CONTEXT

Since the MMR’s establishment in 1931, military training activities and the contamination they generate have created a hazardous landscape of restricted access, one PROJECT

Greater Boston Area

US ARMY / US Army Corps of Engineers

US AIR FORCE / Air Force Civil Engineer Center / Air Force Science Lab

Cape Cod Bay

US ARMY / US Army Environmental Command

US AIR FORCE / Air Force Civil Engineer Center

US ARMY / US Army Environmental Command

OTHER INSTITUTIONS and AUTHORITIES

DIVERSIFYING ECOLOGICAL CONNECTIONS [PASSAGE TERRITORIES]

potential source areas

0 masl / msnm +-0 mts


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Existing roads are used as a first point of accessibility for machinery, particularly equipment for UXO clearance and remediation. As testing plots are developed, selected roads are closed for vehicles but open for pedestrians. Some elevated roads are used in more delicate conditions for not interfering with the landscape. Monitoring and studying station, green houses, are develop according to the need of each agency and viewing platforms and path offer specific destination points for visitors throughout the site.

“He disregarded everything, he gave everything to art. He tirelessly visited galleries, spent whole hours standing before the works of great masters, grasped and pursued a wondrous brush. He never finished anything without testing himself several times by these great teachers and reading wordless but eloquent advice for himself in their paintings.”

TEST PLOT 14

ITALIAN ALDER Faunal, Wind, Vegetative 10-50m/ year

Class Field Trip SERVICE CAMP Short term accommodation for visitors Seasonal quarters for supervising researchers SERVICE ROAD Phased Access.

― Nikolai Gogol The Collected Tales of Nikolai Gogol

INTERFACES FOR RESEARCH AND RECREATION [INFRASTRUCTURE]

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NORTHERN BAYBERRY Faunal, Vegetative 1-10m/ year

FINAL REVIEW LAYOUT FOR THIRD SEMESTER CORE SUTDIO WITHWILSON RUI QIAN AND MARIA CATALINA PICON

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TEST PLOT #14 3 species; 3 slope ranges variable: CO2 intake

TESTING PLOT 1

RED CLOVER Faunal, Wind, Vegetative 1-5m/ year


MYCORRHIZAL CITY: WASTE STREAMS AS CIVIC SPACE PARTNER SHERRY CHEN HARVARD GSD CORE III,, 2014

JAMAICA BAY | NEW YORK CITY,, NY CRITICS SERGIO LOPEZ-PINEIRO | CHRIS REED

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THE SWAMP AT THE EDGE OF TOWN As part of the urbanization of the eastern seaboard, Jamaica Bay has developed into the sewershed of New York City. Henry Thoreau called it the “swamp on the edge of town.”

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MYCHORRIZAL CITY

FILTRATION AS CIVIC SPACE Our project proposes the landscape as a mechanism for redistributing the energy collected in the form of sewage, in a manner that engages rather than obstructs ecological processes.

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BASIN TYPOLOGIES: SEWAGE AS ENERGY

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AN URBAN ORGANISM IN THREE PARTS Urbanization according to metabolization is an alternative to the

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masterplan-based model of city planning dominant today. Rather than fabricate a city that is supposed to simultaneously meet the needs of today, tomorrow, and ten years after, it equips the city with an expandable and erodible organizing fabric, a digestive infrastructure whose branches can be increased in number, redirected, or decommissioned at will. OM MM M EE RR CC II AA LL COMMERCIAL CC O

As the wastewater treatment plant made transparent, the basin tree constitutes a stage where the acts of decomposition, digestion, and ’—”‹Ƥ…ƒ–‹‘„‡…‘‡’ƒ”–‘ˆƒ…Š‘”‡‘‰”ƒ’Š‡†’—„Ž‹…’‡”ˆ‘”ƒ…‡Ǥ As the metabolic complement of the neighborhood, it makes dense human occupation an ecologically-feasible reality.

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REACTIVATING TERROIR IN TENOCHTITLAN: RENEGOTIATING FOOD AND IDENTITY HARVARD GSD OPTION STUDIO,, 20155 LA MERCED | MEXICO CITY,, MEXICO CRITICS INAKI ECHEVERRIA | ADRIANA CHAVEZ

EXHIBITED, HARVARD ROCKEFELLER CENTER FOR LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES PUBLISHED, HARVARD GSD WEBSITE

1519 AD, the narrative of food was the spatial and spiritual foundation of the largest city in the world: Tenochtitlan. A vast web of canals linked chinampas, markets, and temples into a single urban phenomena, and ‰ƒ˜‡–ƒ‰‹„Ž‡ˆ‘”–‘ƒ…‘•‘Ž‘‰›–Šƒ–’‡”•‘‹Ƥ‡†‹–•†‡‹–‹‡•ƒ•…”‘’•Ǥ

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REDESIGNING LA MERCED La Merced will become the central node of a network of market-temples formed upon the fabric of Mexico’s remaining historic ƒ”‡–•Ǥ —ŽƤŽŽ‹‰–Š‡•ƒ‡…—Ž–—”ƒŽ”‘Ž‡ˆ—ŽƤŽŽ‡†„›–”ƒ†‹–‹‘ƒŽ–‡’Ž‡•ǡ  La Merced will celebrate and hallow the peoples’ relationship to the food h

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The market’s architecture takes cue from that

‘ˆ–”ƒ†‹–‹‘ƒŽ–‡’Ž‡•ǣƒ•–”‘‰…‡–”ƒŽƒš‹•”‹•‡•…ƒ–™ƒŽǦŽ‹‡ǡ™‹–Š ‘—‡–ƒŽ•–‡’•–Šƒ–ˆƒŽŽƒ™ƒ›‘‡‹–Š‡”•‹†‡–‘‡š’ƒ•‹˜‡’Žƒ–ˆ‘”• –Šƒ–Š‘•––Š‡ƒ”‡–ǯ•—‡”‘—•˜‡†‘”•ǤŠ‡ƒ”‡–ǡŽ‹‡–Š‡–‡’Ž‡ǡ ‹•–Š‡•‡ƒ–‘ˆ‹•’‹”ƒ–‹‘ǣ–Š‡˜‹•‹–‘”‡…‘—–‡”•ƒ•’‡…–ƒ…Ž‡ǡƒ’ƒ‘”ƒƒ ‹–‡”™‡ƒ˜‹‰–Š‡’ƒ•–ƒ†ˆ—–—”‡‘ˆ‡š‹…‘ǯ•ˆ‘‘†‹†‡–‹–‹‡•Ǥ

‡–™‘”‘ˆ…Š‹ƒ’ƒ•™‡ƒ˜‡–Š”‘—‰Š–Š‡ƒ”‡–ƪ‘‘” and celebrate the agrarian island-state of T Tenochtitlan. The chinampas Š‘•–‹†‹‰‡‘—•Žƒ†”ƒ…‡•‘ˆ…‘”ǡƒ†ƒ‰ƒ˜‡ǡƒ‘‰‘–Š‡”•’‡…‹‡•ǡ ƒ†ƪ‘ƒ–‹‹†‘‘”’‘‘Ž•…›…Ž‡†™‹–Š•–‘”‡†”ƒ‹™ƒ–‡”Ǥ ”‘–Š‡…‡‹Ž‹‰ Šƒ‰•ƒ˜‡”–‹…ƒŽˆƒ”ǡƒƒ”ƒ†ƒ‘ˆ–‘™‡”•‡ƒ…Š…‘•‹•–‹‰‘ˆ–”ƒ›•‘ˆ ˜‡‰‡–ƒ„Ž‡•™Š‹…Šƒ”‡”‘–ƒ–‡†„‡–™‡‡–Š‡•’”‹Ž‡”•ƒ––Š‡‰”‘—†

AGROARCHAEOLOGY

Ž‡˜‡Žƒ†–Š‡•—Ž‹‰Š–ƒ––Š‡–‘’Ǥ”‘†—…‹‰͖͙–‹‡•–Š‡‡“—‹˜ƒŽ‡–ƒ”‡ƒ ‘ˆˆƒ”Žƒ†ǡ–Š‡•‡˜‡”–‹…ƒŽ–‘™‡”•”‡’”‡•‡––Š‡ˆ—–—”‡‘ˆˆ‘‘†™Š‡”‡ —”„ƒ•’”ƒ™Ž‹•…”‘™†‹‰‘—–ˆƒ”•Ǥ”‘†—…‡‹•Šƒ”˜‡•–‡†„›–Š‡˜‹•‹–‘”• –Š‡•‡Ž˜‡•ǡ…‘•—‡†‹”‡•–ƒ—”ƒ–•ǡ‘”…‘˜‡”–‡†‹–‘’”‘…‡••‡† foods in workshops throughout the building. The market demonstrates

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that the stages in the process chain can be desegregated become

TABLES MARKET TABLES

•‹—Ž–ƒ‡‘—•ƒ…–•‘ˆƒ—‹Ƥ‡†•’ƒ–‹ƒŽ’‡”ˆ‘”ƒ…‡Ǥ

MARKET AREAS RAISED CENTRAL AXIS PASSAGES CHINAMPAS

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STREETSIDE MARKETS STAIRS


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++ + ++ ++ + + + +++ ++ + + PLAZA COMERCIAL + +++ MERCADO HILOS CADENA MERCADO + MERCED NAVE ++ + ++ + + + COMIDA +++ MINOR + + + + +++++++++++++++ ++ + ++ ++ + + + ++ + + + ++ ++++ ++ ++ ++ ++ + + + + + ++ + + ++ ++ ++ + + + + + ++ + + ++ ++ ++ + + + ++ ++ + ++ ++ + ++ ++ ++ + + + + + + ++ + + + + + ++++ ++ ++ ++ + + + + + ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ + + ++ + + + + ++ + + ++ + + ++ + + ++ + ++ + + + + + + + + + ++ + + + + + + + + ++ + + + + + + + +++ ++ ++ + + + + + + + ++ + + ++ + + + + + + + + + + + + ++ + + + ++ + ++ + + MERCADO + + + + MERCADO MERCED ANEXOO + + + + FLORES + + + ++ + + + + +++ ++ ++ +

DIAGRAMS OF PROPOSED DESIGN

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FRANKLIN PARK: V E G E TAT I N G A N U R B A N C O R R I D O R HA H A ARV RV V AR A R D GS GSD C CO O RE E ST TU U UDI DII O D O,, 2 0 011 3 FR RA AN N KL K L IIN N PA AR R K | BO BOS ST TO ON N , US SA CR C R IT T IC I C S RO R OSE O SE S E TT T A EL E L KI K I N | JJII LL L L D ES E S IM I M IN I I

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Planting Palette

Dawn Redwood ‘Ogon’ Metasequoia glyptostroboides ‘ogon’ S: 25’ H: 50’

Eastern White Pine Pinus strobus S: 30’ H: 50-80’

Pitch Pine Pinus rigida S: 60’ H: 50’

A

A’

Scotch Pine Pinus sylvestris S: 40’ H: 50’

Honey Locust Gleditsia triacanthos ‘inermis’ S: 45’ H: 60’

Honey Locust ‘Imperial’ Gleditsia triacanthos ‘imperial’ S: 25’ H: 30’

Pagoda Tree Styphnolobium japonicum S: 40’ H: 60’

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Zelkova Zelkova serrata S: 60’ H: 60’

Littleleaf Linden Tilia cordata S: 35’ H: 50’

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Kwanzan Cherry Prunus serotina ‘Kwanzan’ S: 5’ H: 15’

Existing Trees mostly Quercus sp.

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(CLOCKWISE FROM TOP): KWANZAN CHERRY GROVE, DAWN REDWOOD FOREST, HOLE 17 WITH HONEY LOCUST BORDER, ZELKOVA ALLEE DRIVE


BIRDâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S EYE VIEW OF FRANKLIN PARK, SHOWING PROPOSED DESIGN

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PROFESSIONAL WORK

On the one hand, it’s analytical and organizational, and on the other hand, you’re the poet craftsman. But at the end of the day, you’re designing for people, not an art book. - James Corner

WINTER SCENE OF HELL’S HALF ACRE, THE SITE INVESTIGATED BY THE SOLOMON FOUNDATION AS PART OF ITS “GREENOUGH GREENWAY” PROJECT.


HELLS HALF ACRE: COMPOSITING A SPATIAL CHRONOLOGY

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THE SOLOMON FOUNDATION URBAN ECOLOGY SEMINAR, 2014 HELLS HALF ACRE | CAMBRIDGE, USA SUPERVISORS HERB NOLAN, PETER DEL TREDICI

Hells Half Acre has been intimately involved in the ecological,

infrastructural, and cultural changes that have transformed the city of

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Cambridge and the Charles River Basin over the past 150 years. Despite its current neglect, it is distinct as the last remaining fragment of the tidal wetland that once covered the entire lower Charles River Basin, and as such, is a significant urban wild providing a shelter for waterbirds and fish.

In response to the proposed intervention to the site as part of

the narrowing of Greenough Drive, and to support an ecologically and culturally sensitive intervention, the author has spatially documented site’s topographic, hydrological, and vegetational changes that constitute the chronology of Hell’s Half Acre.

This spatial documentation consists of two parts: first, a time

series of figure ground maps, intended to complement the existing descriptive knowledge of the site’s history; second, a tree coring study investigating the dates when contingents of tree species became established on the site.

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HISTORICAL AERIAL IMAGERY OF HELLS HALF ACRE

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HANUL KIM URBAN ECOLOGY SEMINAR F14 PETER DEL TREDICI

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1971 1978 1980 1990s 2005 2008 2013


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1955

1938

1916 (ATLAS)

1903 (ATLAS)

1894 (ATLAS)

1873 (ATLAS) WOODLAND WETLAND CLEAR/ GRASS DRAINAGE DITCH INFRASTRUCTURE SITE EXTENT COMPOSITE

CHRONOLOGICAL MAPPINGS OF VEGETATION, HYDROLOGY, AND INFRASTRUCTURE

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Tree

Latin Name

Common Name

DBH

Est. Date

Est. Age

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Betula populifolia

Gray Birch

14.33”

1950

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Betula populifolia

Gray Birch

13.38”

1954

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Prunus serotina

Black Cherry

15.60”

lost

lost

4

Acer saccharum

Sugar Maple

16.56”

1955

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5

Salix nigra

Black Willow

13.69”

1972

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6

Acer platanoides

Norway Maple

16.56”

1949

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Betula populifolia

Gray Birch

9.87”

1952

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WORLD TOUCH: DEMOCRATIZING INNOVATION ACACIA ROAD VENTURES, 2015 HARVARD SQUARE | CAMBRIDGE, MA

Michael Pepe

Retired Business Executive BOSTON, USA

Covalent Ideas is a media startup founded to enhance the way people

CONNECT

in communities, share, collaborate, and help one another. Its approach

Jean-Michel, mentee

entrepreneur

since 10-14-15

BOSTON, MA

YOU AND JEAN-MICHEL

is to identify an unmet public need, partner with an institutional user,

Claude, mentee museum curator

innovate around community needs, develop a technology solution, test,

Clara, mentee

since 10-02-15 PARIS, FRANCE

since 12-22-15

choreographer

PARIS, FRANCE

and then scale through commercial opportunities. Of Covalent’s four Gahiji, mentee

since 03-15-16

Paolo, mentee tech founder BOSTON, MA

since 05-07-16

April, mentor yoga instructor OKLAHOMA CITY, USA

since 02-07-16

artist

KIGALI, RWANDA

projects, World Touch has seen the furthest development.

World Touch is an online mentoring platform developed to support David Edward’s ArtScience Program, in which teams of high school

REACH OUT

students from select schools engage in educational experiences that

Renee student

since 01-02-18 BOSTON, MA

“Michael, nice to meet you. I’m a student at BU working on developing a software platform for supporting caregivers of......”

foster artscience innovation, occurring across traditional disciplinary

Derek engineer

boundaries between art and science. By migrating the program to the

Pamela chef

web, it democratizes access to innovation education previously available only to students from a select number of schools.

since 12-14-17 BOSTON, MA

“Michael, nice to meet you. I’m a student at BU working on developing a software platform for supporting caregivers of......”

since 12-13-17 LONDON, UK

“Michael, I’m working on opening my own restaurant and would like some advice on how to arrange shares with my co-owners...”

TOUCH THE WORLD 02-15-18 joined 10-01-15

by industry

I designed a number of mock ups of the program homepage, workflow management interface, and a global networking feature called Touch the World (right).

today

by generation

INNOVATE Don’t Miss It!

VIP Ophone 7.0 Launch Followed by Q&A with David and Rachel Special Feature by Random Int’l Le Laboratoire Cambridge March, 17, 2018

Announcing the 2018 ArtScience Prize Finalists Paris, Singapore, Rwanda, London... Meet and Greet Le Laboratoire Cambridge April 1, 2018

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Guolei

Producer and Director SHANGHAI, CHINA

YOU AND GUOLEI

05-07-16

You

07-18-16

Paolo

12-07-16

Hashmi

Guolei

YourZ

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WORLD touch

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DRAWING AND SCULPTURE

To create, I destroyed myself; I made myself external to such a degree within myself that within myself I do not exist except in an external fashion. I am the living setting in which several actors make entrances, putting on several different plays. - - Fernando Pessoa, The Book of Disquiet

BIRDâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S EYE VIEW OF BRISTOL MODEL OF PROPOSED DESIGN FOR HARVARD TRAFFIC ISLAND.FIRST SEMESTER CORE STUDIO.


CITY HALL PLAZA: REDEFINING CIRCULATION WITH HABITABLE WAVEFORMS HARVARD GSD CORE STUDIO, 2013 BOSTON CITY HALL | BOSTON, USA CRITICS ROSETTA ELKIN | JILL DESIMINI

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FINAL MODEL

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RAVEL: A LANDSCAPE OF MATERIAL TENSION INDEPENDENT STUDY, 2011 DARTMOUTH COLLEGE | HANOVER, NH CRITICS SUNNY SOO YOUNG PARK

3/8” BENDING POPLAR PLYWO OD SCULPTURE 3’ X 4’ X 1.5’ | PRE-LAMINATED BOARDS 10” X 23’

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NETTED: OBJECTIFYING CRUSTACEAN BEAUTY SCULPTURE I, 2011 DARTMOUTH COLLEGE | HANOVER, NH CRITIC PAUL BOWEN

LOBSTER SHELL, STEEL WIRE, BARBED WIRE FIGURE 6’ X 3’ X 3’ | PIECE 15’ X 5’ X 2’

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REPRESENTATION STUDIES MULTIMEDIA ESSAYS OF VEGETATION

Exhibit 1. Rolling Fields, Rolling Skies

Exhibit 1. Rolling Fields, Rolling Skies

Exhibit 2. Swathes of Vegetation, Swatches of Offset Sky

Exhibit 2. Swathes of Vegetation, Swatches of Offset Sky

The Sky as a Tool for Representation

The Sky as a Tool for Representation

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Exhibit 2. Clumps of Vegetation, Clumps of Upraised Sky

Exhibit 1. Fractured Illumination of Snow, Fractured Lighting from the Sky

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REPRESENTING THE SKY AS INVERSE | PLASTER, 1/4” PLEXIGLASS, PHOTOSHOP

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DETAIL DRAWING OF Daucus carota 11”X8.5”. COLOR PENCIL AND MICRON PEN.

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SIDEWALK COLONIZATION STUDY. 16”X40”. GRAPHITE AND CHARCOAL.

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HANUL KIM hanul.kim@alumni.harvard.edu 703/ 835 4891

Hanul Kim Harvard GSD Portfolio  

Selected works by Hanul Kim, Harvard Graduate School of Design Landscape Architecture

Hanul Kim Harvard GSD Portfolio  

Selected works by Hanul Kim, Harvard Graduate School of Design Landscape Architecture

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