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Selected works from 2009 to 2014


ARCH 508_2013 Revit Project /

2009-2010 Work at Junglim Architecture /

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CONTENTS

IIT 2013 Fall and 2014 Spring_Martin Felson Studio /

Chicago Atlas

; Urban Research + City Rehabilitation with Info Follies

IIT 2013 Spring_Anthony Hurtig Studio /

The Wave

; Water Research Laboratory, Chicago

IIT 2012 Fall_James Baird Studio /

Green Carpet

; Music Conservatory, Chicago

2014 CEBADA Market Competition /

re-Member

; Cebada Market Renovation, Madrid, Spain

2014 KOREA DMZ International Competition /

Self-Awarness the River with Amnesia ; Observation Flatform for Peace

Blooming Structure Pavilion ARCH 436_2013 Grasshopper Project /

Parametric for Super Tree

Libya Waterfront Resort 2009 Work at Junglim Architecture /

YTN Headquarter Office, Seoul 2009 Work at junglim Arcthiecture /

K-Project, Seoul ; CJ Urban Mixed-use Complex


IIT 2013 Spring_Anthony Hurtig Studio

The Wave

; Water Research Laboratory, Chicago This project, planned very near the Michigan Lake in Chicago, is a water research laboratory. The program consists of water laboratories, conference rooms, library, lecture hall, green house, and other public facilities such as cafĂŠ, observatory, and gift shop. The special aspect of the project is continuing lake view from the site to urban fabric and using water wave profile at the building section. To continue the lake view from urban fabric, the building is divided four masses by each function; scientist, conference, public, and cafĂŠ mass. The masses are connected by curved bridge masses, which have very contrast against the rectangle four main masses. Therefore, the city has lake view through the gaps between the masses. Moreover, the whole building is situated over three feet from the ground level because some parts of the site have water spaces from the lake. Therefore, the bridge masses are floated on the water space like real bridges.

_Revit + Sketchup + 3ds Max + Adobe Photoshop

_Site Plan Sketch


_Revit + Sketchup + 3ds Max + Adobe Photoshop

To have the water image, I chose the water wave shape at the building section. Even though the building has rigid mass line on the plan, the section is very dynamic with the water wave shape. Since it has sectional variations at each mass, the building looks like four different water waves and it has unique spaces. The building has two building functions; one is programs for scientists and another is for public. From the northern part, first and second masses are mainly for scientists and third and fourth masses are for public. In the first and second masses, there are water laboratories, library, office, guest lounge, and conference rooms. Especially, library and guest lounge are located adjacent to the water. In the public masses, there are lecture hall, exhibition spaces, green house, cafĂŠ, and gift shop. With the water wave sections, the building has beautiful atrium or great exhibition space. The water research laboratory is planned in harmony with urban context and the Michigan Lake. Therefore, the building makes this area a new landmark in Chicago.


SITE

_Site Overview Sketch

“The project site is the most water-friendly place in Chicago”


Water Wave Design Process

Process #1_ Put the program masses

Process #2_ Design structure module 24’x30’

Process #3_ Cover with “Water Wave Shape” roofs

Process #4_ Envelope with general curtain walls

Process #5_ Add “ Movable Louvers” at curtain walls

Process #6_ Design landscape

The Wave_Water Laboratory

Minju Park


Water Wave Shape; Physical Model

To have the water image, I chose the water wave shape at the building section. Even though the building has rigid mass line on the plan, the section is very dynamic with the water wave shape. Since it has sectional variations at each mass, the building looks like four different water waves and it has unique spaces. Moreover, the whole building is situated over three feet from the ground level because some parts of the site have water spaces from the lake. Therefore, the bridge masses are floated on the water space like real bridges.


The Wave_Water Laboratory

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Plan for the Scientist and Public The composition of masses have a purpose to secure a view from the Lakeshore drive to Michigan lake. Drivers can see the lake between the masses. Also, the dynamic water wave shape will give special experience to people who see the lake. However, from the Lake, the building will show streight shape with the Chicago skyline.

_Ground Floor Plan


The building has two building functions; one is programs for scientists and another is for public. From the northern part, first and second masses are mainly for scientists and third and fourth masses are for public. In the first and second masses, there are water laboratories, library, office, guest lounge, and conference rooms. In the public masses, there are lecture hall, exhibition spaces, green house, cafĂŠ, and gift shop.

_Second Floor Plan

The Wave_Water Laboratory

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Movable Louver System

_3D Diagram

_Section Detail

_Plan Detail

Channel Glass Detail

_3D Detail

_Section Detail

_Plan Detail


MEP Plan

_Ground Floor Plan

_Second Floor Plan

Sustainable Design

The Wave_Water Laboratory

Minju Park


IIT 2012 Fall_James Baird Studio

Green Carpet

; Music Conservatory, Chicago

SITE PLAN SKETCH

This project, planned in front of the Mary Park on Monroe Street in Chicago, is a Music Conservatory building. The program consists of a Concert auditorium, Café, Facilities for audiences, library, practice rooms, and class rooms. The design concept of the project is expanding the green space from the Mary Park which is situated in front of the project site. In the urban point of view, the building will be able to a great cultural site in the west loop with the park and the Concert auditorium. To expand the green space, the building takes a “sloped green roof” which is declined from the park level. Therefore, residents and students can fully feel and expert the green as if they stand in front of the mountain. Also, they can naturally approach the sloped roof and enjoy the exterior activities such as taking the nap, playing the instruments, and hanging out with their friends. Eventually, the building has a sloped green roof does not only expands the green from the park, but it also enhances the park activities.


MUSIC SCHOOL PRACTICE ROOM

486-SEAT CONCERT HALL

DECK / EXTERIOR PERFORMANCE SPACE

SCHOOL ENTRANCE


W. ADAMS ST.

MARY PARK

The function of the building is separated by three; Space for students, audiences, and performers. Each has their own entrances and their own circulations. The auditorium is situated in the medium and it divided the space between students and audiences. The east side where is Existing conservatory building and the back side of the auditorium are for the students’ programs, and the west side is for audiences’ programs. Thus, building has two entrances and two circulation cores in west and east side. Particularly, the west side of audience mass is declined opposite side with the green roof to indicate the entrance easily for audiences who come to building at first time. Also, invited performers can approach to the rear of the building where has parking lots, and they could go to basement floor directly, using the circulation cores. In the basement floor, there is a rehearsal room and preparation room which is connected with stage of the concert auditorium. The music conservatory is planned in harmony with the function of the conservatory, the concert auditorium and the park with green roof. Therefore, this building makes this area a new landmark in the west loop.


Green Carpet SLOPED GREEN ROOF Main Cultural place for Residents and Students OPEN SPACE Connect between interior and exterior & Maximize the daylight

CONCERT HALL Main Cultural place for Residents and Students

MARY PARK Public Place for Residents

STUDENT PROGRAM Relation with Exterior Activities

Expension of Green Space from the Mary Park


Green Carpet Design Process

Process #1_ Put the program masses

Process #2_ Cover with a Green Surface

Process #3_ Transform the building shape by the Green Surface

Process #4_ Create Open spaces

Process #5_ Design paths on the Roof

Process #5_ Make variations of the paths The Green Carpet_Music School

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Plans & Sections

_Basement Floor Plan

STUDENT LOUNGE ELEV.

STUDENT LOUNGE STUDENT ENTRANCE STUDENT LOUNGE

MEP

CLASS ROOM 2


_Ground Floor Plan

_3rd Floor Plan

OCHESTRA ROOM

REST ROOM LIBRARY

REST ROOM

CAFE MAIN LOBBY

ELEV. REST ROOM

COAT CHECK

REST ROOM

LOBBY

MAINTENACE

REHEARSAL ROOM

CLASS ROOM 1

MEP

The Green Carpet_Music The Green Carpet School

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Structural Issues

Basically, the builidng is composed by Steel Structure and Precast Concrete Panels. The parts to support lo on the Existing building) desgined by steel trusses. Some trusses expose to the elevation as a design method of the builidng. To use 4 feet of precast concrete p fied by multiplee 4 feet.

CORE FOR AUDIENCES ; Sheer wall, Concrete

CONCERT HALL ; Truss Beam, Steel


Section & Elevation Details

ong spans (Auditorium and Upper mass

panels on the roof, the demesion is uni-

CORE FOR STUDENTS ; Sheer wall, Concrete

UPPER MASS ;Truss, Steel

GREEN ROOF ;Steel Framed + precast Concrete Panels

The Green Carpet_Music School

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IIT 2013 Fall and 2014 Spring_Martin Felson Studio

Chicago Atlas

; Urban Research + City Rehabilitation with Info Follies Urban space is composed of complex infrastructure and social issues, and it have been create many urban problems in the human life. Chicago also has lots of problems such as uneven between south and north, high crime level, closing schools, vancant land...etc.

Chicago has more than 300 landmarks and enormous tourism infrasturctures as well as it is a top ranking city of cirme rate. My research focuses on tourism and crime density so that I tried to find a solution to make the city safe tourism area.

_Segregation

_High Crime

_Foundation of Tourism

_Transportation

_Green & Blue Chicago

_Tourism Facilities


1871 Great Fire

1893 The Chicago World’s Fair

_QGIS Desktop + Adobe Illusrator

Chicago Atlas_Urban Research + City Rehabilitation with Info Follies

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Target Site & Design Strategy

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The site boundary is between 31st street and E. Pershing Road and between Martin Luther King Drive and La Sall Street. This is Black Metropolian area Which has a lot of Chicago Landmarks. However, almost of the landmarks cannot attract tourists because the area is the most high crime area in Chicago. Many landmarks are abondoned with tremendous number of vacant lots.

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01 Regenerate the Emerald Necklace 02 Restore the Neighborhood with INFO FoLLIES

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02 Chicago Atlas_Urban Research + City Rehabilitation with Info Follies

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New shape of the Target site

01 Aerial View of the Target Site 02 Concept #1 Diagram

Firstly, I will regenerate the Emerald necklace in the site, but is not original shape; I am going to put totally new shape of the emerald necklace. Secondly, I will put some catalysts to restore the high crime area, and the catalysts could be good tourism infrastructure of the area. It can call INFO FOLLY. Finally, I put the new activities with the regenerated the Emerald necklace and Info follies. Mainly, It could be a bike activity with the green boulevard.

03 Concept #2 Diagram Chicago Atlas_Urban Research + City Rehabilitation with Info Follies

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02 Legend Landmark Info-Folly School Residence Mixused Commercial Public Church Office Park

01 Building types with reshaped Emerald Necklace 02 New layers for the Target site

Site Analysis & New Layers The idea of rehabiliation of the site is covering new layers at existing condtion. The target site has lots of black metropolitan landmarks as well as modernism architectures with IIT campus and has a part of Emerald Necklace of Chicago city. New layers do not adopt the grid system in current urban fabric but it is the diagonal lines which contains animated green spaces, pedestrian friendly streets and new bike trails. It is possible with many vacant lands and abandoned buildings in this area. The vacant lands was the target of crime site. However, with the new shape of the Emerald Necklace layer, which will transform the area from high crime and low density site to vital and active tourism site. Also, it will contribute to perform the goal of Chicago is making the destination city giving the unique exeriences for the tourists. Chicago Atlas_Urban Research + City Rehabilitation with Info Follies

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Design Process

Legend Landmark Info-Folly Existing building Shortcut Bike Lane

1. Shortcut of Landmarks

3. Develope Vacant Lands with “Info Follies”

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Bus “L” Train Station Crime City-owned Vacant Neighborhood Park

2. Link with Neighborhood Parks & Main Transportations

4. Create the Bike Lane Evading Existing Buildings


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Bus Stop

Info-Folly

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“L” Train Station

Restored Parking Space

Existing building Bike Lane

Green Space

IIT Campus

Existing Parking Space

Neighborhood Park

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5. Restore the Parking spaces and Create the Pocket Parks with Landmarks & Info Follies Chicago Atlas_Urban Research + City Rehabilitation with Info Follies

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Legend Landmark Info-Folly Bike Trail Pedestrian Green Elevated Trail

Bike Trail & Pedestrian The new shape of the green strip has diagonal shape in urban fabric and it is composed with infrastructure for pedestrians and new transportation method, bicycle. Chicago has just started the DIVVY bike sharing system so that they are constructing many infra sturcture such as bike lanes and bike stations. The new pedestrian and bike friendly street can refer to green strip because it has green strips and small green poket park with the existing landmarks. The green strips are of course linked with many landmarks in this area which are low evaluated and sometimes abondoned although it has great historial trace for the black metropoitan and modernism era. However, the new shape of the Emerald Necklacemakes the area as the new tourism spot in Chicago area.

01 The shape of the Bike trail and pederian space 02 Proposal street sections Chicago Atlas_Urban Research + City Rehabilitation with Info Follies

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01 Proposal perspective of S State ST & 33th ST. (Sketchup + 3DS Max + Adobe Photoshop)


Chicago Atlas_Urban Research + City Rehabilitation with Info Follies

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POCKET PARK-1 “GATE”

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POCKET PARK-4 “ART”

POCKET PARK-7 “COMMUNITY” POCKET PARK-5 “HOLLY”

POCKET PARK-6 “PLAYGROUND”

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Pocket Parks Pocket Park #1_”Gate Park” ; With IlT Campus and Landmarks, “Crown Hall, IIT center” ; Infomation center, CTA Station, Divvy bike station, Event space, Park, Mediatheque, Bus stop, Picnic area, Urban Farm

Legend Landmark Info-Folly School Residence Mixused Commercial Public Church Office Park

Pocket Park #2_”Music Park” ; Restore “Pilgram Baptist Church” and vacant land as a Music performace place ; Music theater, Information center, Park, Divvy bike station Pocket Park #3_”Transition Park” ; Create circulation transition place in the intersection ; Divvy bike station, Information center, Auditorium, Park Pocket Park #4_”Art Park” : A park with unique black metropolitan art culture ; Gallery, Art plaza, Picnic area, Library Pocket Park #5_”Holly Park” ; Calm and remediate place with church landmark ; Park, Cafe

01 The theme & program of the Pocket Parks 02 The rule of design Pocket Park ;Landmark + Vacant land + Street ;Vacant land + Street

Pocket Park #6_”Playground Park” ; focuse on the exterior activities with school landmark ; Rock Crimbing, urban Farm, Basketball Court, Skating Pocket Park #7_”Community Park” ; community park for residences ; urban farm, picnic area Chicago Atlas_Urban Research + City Rehabilitation with Info Follies

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01Proposal perspective of “Pocket Park 2 ; Music Park” (Sketchup + 3DS Max + Adobe Photoshop)


Chicago Atlas_Urban Research + City Rehabilitation with Info Follies

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Information Gift Store Park Picnic Restaurant Rock Climbing Cafe Bike Station Bus Stop L Station Amphitheater Concert Hall Recycle Gallery Observatory Urban Farm Concert Hall Recycle Gallery Observatory Urban Farm

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Info Folly The small foot print structures (30’*30’) are designed for more dynamic experience for people. It might 120 feet of tall structure which has plenty of semi-exterior space. Moreover, small massive boxes which have inside activities are floating on the structure so that it provides mix used program with both interior and exterior program. An Info Folly might play as a landmark itself for people to indicate where they are.

01 Program diagram of Info Follies 02 Info Folly Concept Chicago Atlas_Urban Research + City Rehabilitation with Info Follies

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Info Folly Composition The Info Folly is composed by spiral exterior stairs as well as direct vertical circulation with an elevator. Also, it has small masses which has inside program such as information center, cafe, mediatheque and observatory. The exterior stairs has deck or vertical green space for outside activities which is extended from the Emerald Necklace. People can enjoy the neighborhood view when they vertically promenade through the Info Folly with various inside and outside activities. Therefore, people are naturally gathered around of the vertical densitive tall structure, which makes the neighborhood vital and secure.

01 Proposal perspective of Info Folly 02 Info Folly Circulation & Composition

02 Chicago Atlas_Urban Research + City Rehabilitation with Info Follies

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01 Proposal perspective from Observatory in Info Folly (Sketchup + 3DS Max + Adobe Photoshop)


Chicago Atlas_Urban Research + City Rehabilitation with Info Follies

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2014 CEBADA MARKET COMPETITION

re-Member

; Cebada Market Renovation, Madrid, Spain


re-Membering

_Upper Level Plan

The “Mercado de la Cebada” was first built on 1875 by King Alfonso XII using iron structures. In 1958 the current market was constructed due to hygienic problems. The market itself is currently an iconic landmark of Madrid with history. However, the sports center which was next to the market has been demolished and is currently a vacant lot used by the community of Madrid. The proposed design is to “Re-Member” the history by keeping the existing market and to connect the surroundings of the site. The “Agora” w hich is the main stream that penetrates the market is connected with Calle Toledo. Also, by connecting the subway station with the small businesses at Calle Cebada would help them “Re-Vive” which would bu ild a healthier neighborhood.out with their friends. Eventually, the building has a sloped green roof does not only expands the green from the park, but it also enhances the park activities.

_Lower Level Plan

_Previous Condition

_Re-shape the Market

Competition Work

Minju Park


2014 KOREA DMZ INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION

Self-Awarness the River with Amnesia ; Observation Flatform for Peace


_Sketchup + 3ds Max + Adobe Photoshop

The urban area expanded to the border of DMZ as much as we are far from the moment of sorrow. As the result, the money oriented situation eventually touches the “Imjin Li� where has the painful trace from the ineffaceable historical accident. This project is dealt with how we can live in the center of such abnormal circumstance in the invisible conflicts. This goal of this project is illuminating the conflict between before and after the war in the peaceful riverside village in terms of the agreement. The important aspect of the project is the wrong agree-

ments and the low-estimated identity will be exposed by each accident which is transformed by activities, and the cumulated individual experiences with the activities will make the Imjin River special at the observatory platform. Also, the experience will be very active and flexible by seasonal changes and the rehabilitating process of the water stream, which will play as an algorism to occur various types of agreements in the Imjin Li. With the process of the self-awareness of the river, the Imjin Li will be able to stand for the prototype of DMZ observation platform. Competition Work

Minju Park


Master plan Legend Platform Accidential Program Memorial sculpture Pedestrian Mershy Land


Platform Design

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Competition Work

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ARCH 508_2013 Revit Project

Blooming Structure Pavilion


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This pavilion is Revit project. It is an experiment to study the ability of generic modeling with Revit program. The dinamic shape can be made by “the curtain panel pattern family” base on “the Conceptual mass family”. It is very initial parametric design but it was good experience to study broader possibility of Revit program rather than only box shape modeling. When it comes to the pavilion design, each square module is composed by the flexible material which can be shrunk or expanded by the heat gain. It could seem like the blooming flowers as the day temperature is changed.

_Only Revit

Computer Skill

Minju Park


_Grasshopper + 3ds Max + Adobe Photoshop


ARCH 436_2013 Grasshoper Project

Parametric for Super Tree

_Outer Branch Panels

_Inner Branch Panels

_Circumferential Rings

_Concrete Core

Grasshopper Definition

Parametric Capabilities

Computer Skill

Minju Park


WORK EXPERIENCE AT JUNGLIM ARCHITECTURE 2009-2011

_February 2009 Amorepacific factory of cosmetics in Korea Assistant of working drawing, AutoCad, rendering _March 2009 Competition for the urban entertainment complex in Seoul, Korea Concept design, case study, AutoCAD, rendering, panel _April 2009 – June 2009 Competition for the headquarter office of YTN in Seoul, Korea Concept design, case study, AutoCAD, rendering, Panel _July 2009 – August 2009 Competition for the 2012 Asian games stadiums in Inchon, Korea Concept design, case study _September 2009 – January 2011 Waterfront resort in Tripoli, Libya Concept design of hotel villas, apartment and master plan, work drawing, AutoCad, rendering, Document of each phase.


Address : Janzour, Tripoli, Libya Site Area : 422,213 m2 Total Floor Area : 349,609 m2 Programs : Villas, Apartments, a Hotel, Commercial facilities, Accomodation facilities My work : Concept design of hotel villas and master plan, Elevations design, Construction drawing, Cordinate the design delivery

2009-2010 Work at Junglim Architecture

Libya Waterfront Resort

_Masterplan Conceptual Sketch

This project, planned along the Mediterranean coast in the northern African region, in Libya, is a resorttype residential development based on regional characteristics. The program consists of a hotel, villa and apartments with a market and other infrastructure facilities for the local community. A special aspect of the project is in the use of the


natural topography and site conditions of the region. Facilities are allocated in optimum locations, taking advantage of the various levels of the site. Each f acility has its own individual advantages and characteristics. The hotel facility will provide different option for lodging, adjacent to the Mediterranean ocean within the natural environment. The hotel villa, along

with hotel services will provide various choices of leisure activities. With these facilities villa, apartment and community centre are planned in harmony with the natural environment and culture. Therefore, this master plan makes this area a new landmark facility in the region.


Master plan

Land Use - Maximized ocean view possibilities through three rows of villas - Variety of open space types via a wide corridor - Community centers as focal points within clusters

_Hotel

_Villa

_Residential Apartment

_Retail & Amenity Facilities


Block #01 5 Stars Hotel, Hotel Villa and Serviced Apartment

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Hotel Presidential Hotel Villa Hotel Villa 2-plex Hotel Villa 4-plex Hotell villa Serviced Apartment 10m Setback 8.5m Setback 5m Setback 4m Setback 3m Setback

Block #02-A Villa, Apartment, Amenity and Retial

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Presidential Villa Villa 2-plex Villa 4-plex Villa Maisonette Apartment Community Facility Retail Infrastructure 10m Setback 8.5m Setback 5m Setback 4m Setback 3m Setback

Block #02-B Villa, Apartment, Amenity 01 Block #01 Plan 02 Block #02-A Plan 03 Bock #02-B Plan

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Presidential Villa Villa 2-plex Villa 4-plex Villa Maisonette Apartment Community Facility Infrastructure 10m Setback 8.5m Setback 5m Setback 4m Setback 3m Setback

Libya Waterfront Resort

Minju Park


Elevation Studies While the contemporary architecture puts emphasis on technology, Libyans were willing to put their traditional environment and Islamic culture into their project. My team encountered significant problems with the project since we were not familliered with the Islamic culture. Although my team members and I had a difficult time learning about Islamic culture and Libyan traditional architecture including streets, urban text, and even history with innumerable researches, that experience lead our project successful.

01 01 Elevation Sketch for the Single Villa before and after the study about the Islamic Architecture 02 Elevation Sketch for the 2-plex Villa before and after the study about the Islamic Architecture

03 Elevation Sketch for the 4-plex Villa before and after the study about the Islamic Architecture

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Construction Drawing


_Details

_Apartment Ground Floor Plan

_Unit Plan Libya Waterfront Resort

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2009 Work at Junglim Architecture

YTN Headquarter Office, Seoul

Address : DMZ 01-2, Sngam-dong, Seoul, Korea Site Area : 4,973 m2 Site Coverage Area : 2,973 m2 Total Floor Area : 60,135 m2 Building Height : 6 Basement Stories and 18 above ground stories Programs : Parkings, Offices, Studios and a journal museum My Work Scope : Conceptual design, Coordinate submit deliveries _Primary Conceptual Sketch

Design Process

Process #1_ Propose Conceptual Designs

Process #2_ Mass Studies

Process #3_ Develope the scheme

Process #4_ Finalize the design


Floor Plan

_Ground Floor Plan

_2nd Floor Plan

_5th Floor Plan

_6th Floor Plan


Section Plan

YTN Media Center

Minju Park


2009 Work at Junglim Architecture

K-Project, Seoul ; CJ Urban Mixed-use Complex

Address : 92-1, Gayang1-dong, Seoul, Korea Site Area : 106,311m2 Site Coverage Area : 40,600 m2 Total Floor Area : 570,400 m2 Total Stores : 4 Basement Stories, 20 Above ground Stories Programs : Residences, Offices, Hotel, Shopping malls, Cultural entertainment facilities including museums My work scope : Concept design, Presentation design, Pannel


Program Zonning Residence

Residence

Residence

Residence

Rental Apartment

Gallery / Memorial Hall

Roof Garden

Hotel Outlet/Street Mall/ Multiplex/ Food Academy/ Kids Land

Office

Concert Hall/ Art Academy/ Convention

Circulation Plan

Residence

Service Entrance Rental Apartment

Residence

Residence

Vehicle Road

Residence

Residence Cultural Circulation

Commercial Circulation

Vehicle Road Culture/Concert Hall

Office

Main Entrance

Hotel

Office/Hotel Entrance

Culture/Concert Hall Entrance


Floor Plan

Amenity

CJ Food Village

Parking

CJ Memorial Hall

MEP

CJ Food Village Plaza

CJ Food Academy

_Basement Plan

_Site Plan

Glocery Store

Amenity

Retail Book Store

Outlet

Plaza

Bank

Concert Hall

Concert Hall

Retail

Retail

_2nd Floor Plan

_Ground Floor Plan

Terrace

Cinema Academy

Multiplex Spa

Convention Gym Hotel

Office

_4th Floor Plan

Hotel

Sky Garden

Office

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