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CONTENTS

INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO

[HOSPITALITY] [WORKPLACE]

mohu: hotel+ lounge “Workplace of the Future” Competition entry for Metropolis

[HEALTH CARE] [WORKPLACE] [RESIDENCE] [RETAIL] [FURNITURE]

[DRAWINGS / PAINTINGS ]

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*All the drawing credits+graphic

New York Fertility Center Animal Welfare (Megazine Office Design) Loft Apartment Warby Parker (Eyewear Store) Puzzle Lounge Leaf Coffee Table Domino Chair Artworks


mohu hotel+lounge

Type: Hospitality Area: 45,000 SF

Hotel Mohu (Chinese: blur) anticipates and is designed for a future where work and play are seamlessly integrated. The design includes multiple circulation zones, both traditional and alternative modes to move throughout the hotel. For example, each room is connected both to the main hall but also to a stair that goes up to a gym or down to a cafĂŠ.

STAIR

Located in Shanghai China, the hotel accommodates travelling Google employees; it reflects and projects a world of plerk (play+work). SELECTED BUILDING

rotational design sketches (shift-balanced form)

hybrid furniture design

bed+bench+storage+desk+vanity+mirror+lighting panel 2

mohu

library+bench


Concept Model work play work+play

Stair (blur tool)

Site Analysis

EASY OF ACCESS

Pudong, Shanghai, China VIEW PORT TO HALLWAY

Subway Tunnel / Bridge

GUEST ROOM

CAFE

NAPPING POD

GYM

PARK AND VIEW

Parks River view Skyline

GUEST ROOM

GUEST ROOM

GUEST ROOM

TRAINING ROOM

WORK AND PLAY

Work Play

C: Ground Floor Lobby mohu

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Floor Plan

Private Public Circulation Outdoor Support

1

Meeting Area

2

Guest Room

Private Public Circulation Outdoor Support

1

Ping-pong Table

5

Juice Bar

2

Wii / Game

6

Massage

3

Climbing Wall

7

Yoga

4

Gym

B

Private Public Circulation Outdoor Support

1

Guest Room

2

Shower

3

Sleeping (nap) Pod

4

Climbing Wall

B

4

B

3

L

4

3

2

2

2 1

A

A

5

A

2

2

2

4 5FL

A

N

1

1

1

B

N

N

B

6 FL

SCALE: N/A

A

1

7

6

B

A

1

2

7 FL

SCALE: N/A

SCALE: N/A

B Private Public Circulation Outdoor Support

1

Check-in

2

Kiosk Bar

3

Bar

Private Public Circulation Outdoor Support

1

H

A

1

Cafe

2

Conference Room

3

Retreat Room

4

Garden

5

IT

6

Storage

7

Video Conference Room

8

Work Area

9

Library

10

Gallery

11

Vending Machine

4

6

I A

7

A

2 NOT IN SCOPE

2 N

C

1 FL

B

SCALE: N/A

4

3

2 FL

SCALE: N/A

mohu

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D 9


Floor Plan

Private Public Circulation Outdoor Support

1

Maitre d’ Station

2

Bar

6

Outdoor Dining

3

Wine Cellar

7

Dining

4

Standing Bar

8

Waiter Station

5

Outdoor Bar

9

Kitchen

Private Public Circulation Outdoor Support

1

Private Dining

2

Waiter Station

3

Lounge Bar

B

Private Public Circulation Outdoor Support

1

Suite Room A

2

Suite Room B

B

B

5

6 J 4

2 3

A

A

A

A

1

A

A

1

1

7

F

K

9

2

2 3

8 B

N

N

B

8 FL

B

8M FL

SCALE: N/A

N

9 FL

SCALE: N/A

SCALE: N/A

B

B Private Public Circulation Outdoor Support

3

2

1

1

Meeting Area

2

Guest Room

3

Training Room

4

Waiting Area

5

Sauna

6

Outdoor Pool

7

Shower

8

Sun bedding

9

Garden

9 3

2 4 7

5 A

11

A

1 8

A

2

5

6

G

2 10

N

N

E B

3 FL

B

SCALE: N/A

mohu

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Section

RCP

Furniture

B

B

A

A

A

A

N

1 FL RCP SCALE: N/A

B

A

N

B

2 FL RCP SCALE: N/A

3 FL RCP SCALE: N/A

FURNITURE

SECTION ‘B’ SCALE: N/A

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mohu

The Cubrick Pendant Light Santa&Cole

ME&U, Softline Busk&Hertzog, 2005

Tetris Coffee Table Stephan Veit, 2008

Honey Chair Holzwerkstatt, 2007

Gemma Karim Rashid, 2013

Bipod Ottomans Cedric Ragot


Furniture B

RCP

B

Section B

B

A

A

A

A

N

8 FL RCP

B

A

N

8M FL RCP

SCALE: N/A

N

B

9 FL RCP

SCALE: N/A B

A

A

B

SCALE: N/A B

B

N

A

B

CUSTOM FURNITURE

A

A

A

N

4 5FL RCP SCALE: N/A

B

A

A

N

6 FL RCP

SCALE: N/A

B

N

7 FL RCP

B

SCALE: N/A

Outdoor Furniture

Stool / End Table

Chair

SECTION ‘A’ SCALE: N/A

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H: Ground Fl. Lobby

G: 2nd Fl. Hallway

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mohu

I: Ground Fl. Lobby

E: 2nd Fl. Gallery


F: 9th Fl. Suite Bedroom

D: 2nd Fl. Library

K: 8M Fl. Private Dining

L: 7th Fl. Climbing wall+Nap Pods

J: 8th Fl. Restaurant Bar

mohu

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Model

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mohu

Material


Material

Model

mohu

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WORKPLACE

OF THE FUTURE

INDUCING SERENDIPI MUTABLE WORKPLAC

“PEOPLE GATHE

A STRATEGY FOR TH 24 / 7 MULTINATION OFFICE IN 2020


Competition Entry for designing “workplace of the future” by Metropolis. *All the drawings and graphic credits of Eunjin Min

ITY IN A

ACE

ER AND THINGS HAPPEN...” - JULIANNE MAURSETH

HE DESIGN OF A NAL CORPORATE


*Work from internship at JGArchitects

WORKPLACE

OF THE FUTURE MULTI-NATIONAL CORPORATE OFFICE

ADJACENCY DIAGRAM

WORK SEPARATING “WORK” AREA FROM “DESTINATIONS”: MAXIMIZE THE NUMBER OF POSSIBLE INTERSECTING PATHS ? OVERLAPPING INTERSECTING PATHS WITH ADDITIONAL PROGRAM: ALTERNATIVE WORK AREAS; "BREAK" AREAS, DESTINATIONS: BENEFITS OF PHYSICAL DENSITY ?

IMPROMPTU GATHERING

SERENDIPITOUS ENCOUNTERS

SOCIAL BONDING/ TRUST BUILDING

ALCOVES FOR PROMOTING LONGER DISCUSSION

NEW AVENUES OF BUSINESS INQUIRY AND ACTIONS

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Workplace of the Future

BRAIN STORMING

MUTABLE WORK AREA

AL -ATE A


ALCOVES

DRYCLEANING

ALTERN -ATE WORK AREA

ALTERN -ATE WORK AREA

LUNCH AREA

SNACK/ PANTRY

ALTERN -ATE WORK AREA ALTERN -ATE WORK AREA

HALL

ALTERN -ATE WORK AREA

SHOPPING

DAYCARE

CAFE

RESTROOM

SLEEP/ NAP

GYM

RETREAT ROOM

SHOWER

RESTAURANT

PLANNED MEETING AREA

TV ROOM

MOVIE THEATER

LIBRARY

ATM

GARDEN

PHARMACY

COFFEE/ BEVERAGE/ WATER

WII

LTERN E WORK AREA

HEALTH CARE

COPY

BICYCLE LOT

ALCOVES

SOCIAL CONDENSER: HALL OF SERENDIPITOUS ENCOUNTERS ALCOVES

DESTINATIONS

EVERYDAY 24 / 7 Workplace of the Future

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*Work from internship at JGArchitects

WORKPLACE

OF THE FUTURE MULTI-NATIONAL CORPORATE OFFICE

MUTABLE WORK AREA

“The most pervasive shift taking place in the world today is the relentless acceleration in the pace of change, since today’s infrastructure is based on digital technologies which driven by Moore’s Law, continue to evolve at an exponential rate.” J.S. Brown, A. Pendleton-Julian and R.Adler

“According to ecologist C.S. Holling, ‘wealth [in the 21st century] should be measured, not in money or power but rather in the ability to change and adapt’. In both physics and ecology theory, resilience is a way of conceptualizing this ability. But the best resilient systems don’t just bend and snap back. They learn.” A. Pendleton-Julian

FACILITATING MUTABILITY IN THE WORKPLACE: A PROGRAMMATIC STRATEGY FOR ACCOMODATING UNKNOWN CHANGES AHEAD AND CONTINUALLY RECALIBRATING IN THEIR AFTERMATH Question: What if anyone could move or reconfigure any furniture at any time ? Easily. Question: What would be the rules in this mutable system ? Can they continually change to incorporate ‘lessons learned’ --while at the same time, maintain code-mandated clear aisle widths ? 16 Workplace of the Future


Workplace of the Future

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*Work from internship at JGArchitects

WORKPLACE

OF THE FUTURE MULTI-NATIONAL CORPORATE OFFICE

MUTABLE WORK AREA

“Swarm Intelligence applies to animal or even artificial groups that exhibit intelligent behavior at a group level well beyond that shown by its individual members. The dynamical organization of a social insect’s colony is a striking example of this notion, whose efficiency is reflected in their widespread ecological success. It is now evident that a colony’s collective performance depends as much on the interactions between the individuals and with their environment as on as individual complexity. In spite of the workers generally limited behavioral repertoire and learning capacity, and their inherently random character, the colony is a well-organized and stable structure that nevertheless responds adaptatively to the unpredictable nature of its environment and changes in its internal composition…” G. Theraulaz and J.-L. Deneubourg, Swarm Intelligence in Social Insects and the Emergence of Cultural Swarm Patterns 18 Workplace of the Future


Workplace of the Future

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*Work from internship at JGArchitects

WORKPLACE

OF THE FUTURE MULTI-NATIONAL CORPORATE OFFICE

SOCIAL CONDENSER: HALL OF SERENDIPITOUS ENCOUNTERS

“Though we have become increasingly comfortable interacting online, our face-to-face interactions are still most conducive to accessing valuable tacit (hands-on) knowledge. Tacit knowledge is the knowledge that is in our heads and that we have a hard time articulating to ourselves, much less anyone else. We generally access this knowledge through deep trust-based relationships that emerge through shared practice, working side by side with each other in addressing challenges. ...we need to maintain some balance between the virtual flows of knowledge, and those during our face-to-face interactions. These interactions, shaped by the places where we live, work and play, can be catalysts for creativity; they spark ideas and build deep, trust-based relationships that may never have developed simply through a chain of emails.” John Hagel; Space Counts: Why Physical Flows Matter in an Increasingly Virtual World

IDENTIFYING AND ACCOMODATING THE ESSENTIAL DRIVERS OF WHY A CENTRALIZED PHYSICAL WORKPLACE IS NECESSARY, --IF IT EVEN IS: A PROGRAMMATIC STRATEGY FOR MAXIMIZING THE POTENTIAL BENEFITS OF THESE ESSENTIAL DRIVERS AND THE SPECIAL CASE OF SERENDIPITOUS ENCOUNTERS Question: Is a centralized physical workplace necessary ? 20 Workplace of the Future


Workplace of the Future

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*Work from internship at JGArchitects

WORKPLACE

OF THE FUTURE MULTI-NATIONAL CORPORATE OFFICE

ALCOVE FOR PROMOTING LONGER DISCUSSION

“Serendipitous encounters between people generate unanticipated conversations; horizons are expanded, new projects emerge, and shared challenges create new contexts for innovation. Serendipitous encounters can be extremely productive because they not only break down boundaries, but often they ignore them completely. The key challenge is to glean maximum value from those encounters: to shape serendipity through preparedness… and to use the encounters to catalyze new avenues of inquiry and action.” J.S. Brown, A. Pendleton-Julian and R.Adler 22 Workplace of the Future


Workplace of the Future

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*Work from internship at JGArchitects

WORKPLACE

OF THE FUTURE MULTI-NATIONAL CORPORATE OFFICE

DESTINATIONS: EVERYDAY SUPPORT SPACES GROUP RETREAT ROOM INDIVIDUAL RETREAT ROOM

COFFEE

LUNCH AREA

SNACK/ PANTRY

COPY

ALT. WORK AREA

WII

Group Retreat Room: [Shown at right] Prayer Informal Meeting Game Boards Quiet Space Individual Retreat Room: [Shown at right inset] Prayer Breast Pumping Private Telephone Call Foot Washing / Body Cleansing Crying Napping / Sleeping Massage 24

Workplace of the Future

GROUP RETREAT ROOM


INDIVIDUAL RETREAT ROOM Workplace of the Future

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*Work from internship at JGArchitects

WORKPLACE

DRY-CLEANING

OF THE FUTURE MULTI-NATIONAL CORPORATE OFFICE

DESTINATIONS: 24 / 7 WORKPLACE SUPPORT SPACES VIDEO CONFERENCE

HEALTH -CARE

DRYCLEANING

SHOPPING

DAYCARE

CAFE

GYM

DINING

THEATER MOVIE

SLEEP/ NAP

SHOWER

ATM

PHARMACY

TV ROOM

LIBRARY

BICYCLE LOT

GARDEN

AS A COUNTER BALANCE TO THE ABILITY TO WORK REMOTELY, ON AN OCCANSIONAL BASIS TO WORK “IN-HOUSE” 24 HOUR A DAY / 7 DAYS A WEEK FOR MORE INTENSE PERIODS OF WORK, SUCH AS BEFORE A DEADLINE; OR WHEN TRAVELING TO VISIT AN OFFICE, INSTEAD OF STAYING IN A HOTEL 26 Workplace of the Future


DAYCARE

ALTERNATIVE WORK AREA

VIRTUAL WHITEBOARD

CASUAL DINNER

SHOWER

SLEEP/NAP

Workplace of the Future

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New York Fertility Center

Project Type: Healthcare Project Area: 15,000 SF + Roof Garden

The Center for Reproductive Medicine and Infertility

CASE STUDIES

DESIGN CRITERIA Natural Light Views Garden Meditation

NYU Fertility Center

Clinique OVO

Functional LAB

Columbia Univ. Center

Friendly Environment Warm Color Selection

Zouves Fertility Center

New Hope Fertility Center

CHA Fertility Center

SITE ANALYSIS

17 Battery Place New York, NY 10004

Whitehall Building 19th, 20th Floor

BUBBLE DIAGRAMS

Daylight

Exit

Exit

Pharmacy Workstation

Roof Garden

Clinic

Exam Room

Clinic Area

Wellness Department

Yoga / Gym

Doctor’s Office

Nutrition

Wellness

Yoga

Operating Room

Exam Room Psychology

Laboratory

Reception

Staff Locker Lounge

Doctor’s Office

Public

Clinic

Roof Garden

New York Fertility Center

Wellness

Reception

Clinic Nurse Station Waiting Area

Wellness Nurse Station Waiting Area

Reception Waiting Area

Support

Primary Adjacency Secondary Adjacency

Staffs

Patients

Acupuncture

Therapy

Recovery Room

Roof Garden Pantry

Psychology

Procedure Room

Nutrition

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View & Noise

SEQUENCE DIAGRAM

Roof Garden Acupuncture

Site & Park


INSPIRATION

CONCEPTUAL SKETCH

PARTI

Henry Moore: Late Large Form

SECTION SKETCH

Section A - Looking South New York Fertility Center

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Axonometric

Stacking Diagram

Stair Diagram

21th

Roof Garden

Skylight Stair: 20th-21th Floor

Clinic

Nurse Station, Doctor’s Office, Ultrasound Room, Exam Room, Procedure Room, Recovery Room

20th

Wellness

Nurse Station, Nutritionist’s Office, Acupuncturist’s Office, Acupuncture Therapy Room, Psyghologist’s Office, Gym, Yoga Room, Lecture Room

Staff Zone

Meeting Room, Shower, Copy/File, Pantry

20th Floor

Support

Laundry Room, Mechanical Room, Storage, Trash Room, IT

Staff

19th

Meeting Room, Lab, Egg Freezing Room, Research, Staff Locker, Staff Lounge, Pharmacy

Stair: 19th-20th Floor

Patient

Open to Below From 20th Floor

Children’s Play Room, Library

Entry

Reception, Waiting Area

Support

Mail Room, Storage

19th Floor

Public

Private

Support

Circulation

Outdoor

Floor Plans

Egg Freezing

Lab

Mail

Laundry

Meeting Doctor

Pharmacy

Doctor

Mechanical

Meeting

Meeting

Storage

Nurse Station

A

Research

A

Doctor

Library Staff Locker

Play Room

Reception

Shower

File & Copy

Ultrasound

A Exam

Procedure Recovery

Staff Lounge

Storage

Open to Below & Above

Exam

N

19th Floor Plan

20th Floor Plan 12’

Key Plan: 19th Floor 30

Key Plan: 19th RCP

New York Fertility Center

9’

16’

Key Plan: 20th Floor

Key Plan: 20th RCP

12’


Roof Garden

Trash

IT

Yoga

Lecture Storage Gym

A

Nurse Station

Psychologist

Pantry Nutritionist

Acupuncturist

Acupuncture Therapy

N

Roof Garden

Zoning Diagrams New York Fertility Center

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A: 19th Floor Reception

B: 20th Floor Stair

C: 20th Floor Hallway

1. South Elevation - 19th Floor


A

Open to Above

1

N

Floor Plan: 19th Floor Reception

Furniture

Open to below 2

Finishes

N

Floor Plan: 20th Floor Stair

File & Copy

2. East Wall Elevation - 20th Floor

Shower

LEED Project Check List Sustainable Site Site Development - Maximize Open Space Site Selection - Heat Island Effect

Procedure

Water Efficiency Water Use Reduction

Recovery

Floor Plan: 20th Floor Stair

N

Indoor Environmental Quality Outdoor Air Delivery Monitoring Daylight and views Low-emitting Material New York Fertility Center

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Animal Welfare Megazine Office Design

Inspiration

Lichard Hall ‘maze’

Parti Sketch 34

Animal Welfare

Conceptual Sketch

Volume Study

Project Type: Workplace Project Area: 24,000 SF

With modular designs and cubicles maximizing the efficiency of space usage firmly imprinted in people’s mind and representing what is modern and urban setting, a maze will express the general idea about animal rights among the public whose opinions are interwined to a grd-lock with a lack of simple and direct solution. Circulation pattern will make the people share the feeling of being lost and lectures will give them a guide to develop their own solution to a maze.


1' 3

7'

1'

Mezzanine Floor

TOP FLOOR

36th floor 36TH FLOOR

1'

2

28'

8'

36th floor INTERMEDIATE

12'-6"

5'-6" 1' 28'

3'-6" 1'

1

9'

12'-6"

35th floor

35TH FLOOR

1'

Bubble Diagram with Adjacency

1'

Key Plan

A

A

ELEVATOR LOBBY

FREIGHT ELEVATOR

NOT IN SCOPE

35

RCP

N

public office circulation

collaborative support

35

Floor Plan

A

Section - Looking North

N

35

Key Plan

N

Animal Welfare

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A

A

ELEVATOR LOBBY

FREIGHT ELEVATOR

36

RCP

N

public office circulation

collaborative support

36

Floor Plan

36

N

Key Plan

N

DOWN

A

A

ELEVATOR LOBBY

FREIGHT ELEVATOR

36M

RCP

N

public office circulation

collaborative support

36M

36

Floor Plan

Animal Welfare

N

36M

Key Plan

N


Hallway - Maze like ambiguous materiality

Work Area Animal Welfare

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Loft Apartment

INSPIRATION

Bicycle Wheel Duchamp

CONCEPT STUDY

Reservist of the First Division Malevich

INTERPRETATION OF THE ART WORKS: The wheel of a bicycle pointing skyward represents the transform of idea. Portraying a russian military unit by overlapping everyday objects represents the acuumulation of idea. Concept Model The concept model incorporated in the site model contains layers of tubes that correlate with the sight lines of the occupants of the house. While providing continuity and security, sight lines that pass thru the house will be an element of transformation since the images delivered thru the tube will be foreign part to the room itself while that image is still part of the house in general. 38

Loft Apartment

Project Type: Residence Project Area: 5,600 SF

Study Model Interpretation of the artworks expressed in 3d concept model shows the accumulation element with interwined wooden pieces and the reflected images on the mirror shows the transformation of the image by creating multiple images of a single 3d space formed by wooden piece on a plane.


N

2 KEY PLAN

N

1 KEY PLAN PUBLIC

PRIVATE

SIGHT LINE DIAGRAM

RENTAL

FURNITURE

BATHROOM

ROOM

HALLWAY

FINISHES

KITCHEN ROOF GARDEN LIVING ROOM DINING ROOM NOT IN SCOPE

N

2 FLOOR PLAN

MUSIC ROOM

NOT IN SCOPE

1 FLOOR PLAN

N

Loft Apartment

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A SECTION: KITCHEN, LIVING ROOM, ROOF GARDEN, STUDY ROOM, MUSIC ROOM

B SECTION: KITCHEN, DINING ROOM, ROOF GARDEN, MUSIC ROOM, BEDROOM DINING ROOM

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Loft Apartment


MASTER BEDROOM

ELEVATOR

ROOF GARDEN LIVING ROOM

Loft Apartment

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WARBY PARKER Retail Group Project by Eunjin Min, Daseul Jung

A SECTION: VESTIBULE, DISPLAYING AREA

B SECTION: MULTI-MEDIA WALL, CASHIER

C SECTION: AT THE ENTRANCE 42

Warby Parker

FACADE DESIGN


CONCEPTUAL SKETCH

FLOOR PLAN

RCP SKETCHES

Warby Parker

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furniture design

puzzle lounge

inspiration

connection

puzzle lounge ch

piece vibrant fun conceptual sketch

top view scale: n/a

sketch 44

Furniture Design: Puzzle Lounge

actual model


chair

vertical section scale: n/a

side elevation scale: n/a

back elevation scale: n/a

front elevation scale: n/a

Furniture Design: Puzzle Lounge

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furniture design

leaf coffee table

inspiration

leaf coffee tabl

conceptual sketch

top view

scale: 1:20

sketch 46

Furniture Design: Leaf Coffee Table


vertical section scale: 1:20

ble

actual model

1 elevation

2 elevation

3 elevation

4 elevation

scale: 1:20

scale: 1:20

scale: 1:20

scale: 1:20

Furniture Design: Leaf Coffee Table

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furniture design

domino chair

inspiration

domino chair

how it works

sketch 48

Furniture Design: Domino Chair

actual model


a section

top view scale: n/a

scale: n/a

b section

front elev. side elev. scale: n/a

scale: n/a

scale: n/a

back elev. scale: n/a

Furniture Design: Domino Chair

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UNTITLE ACRYLIC, 18” X 24”

STREET ARTIST OIL, 24” X 32” 50

Drawings / Paintings


COMMUTE INK+COLLAGE, 20” X 16”

LINE IN LIFE ACRYLIC, 18” X 8”

DRAWING PASTEL, 24” X 18”

LIGHTING PARK PHYSICAL MODEL Drawings / Paintings

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Interior Design Portfolio  

Eunjin Min

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