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CONTENTS

Graduate school Work

01 FROM THE TOP New water infrastructure combined with urban programs

02 CO HABITATING : ‘ANIMAMMAL CITY ’ Quality symbiotic living of Mammals, Birds and Amphibians in a Healthy, sustainable city

03 THE NOMADIC MUSEUM OF ANTARCTICA Ice : The Fifth Element

04 FROM DARKNESS TO LIGHT (Sub)urban Swim : Balboa Park Pool

Undergraduate school Work

Professional Work

05 PLAYSCAPE Propose of New Prototypes for an open space design

06 MBC NEW HEADQUARTERS 07 LAYER @E.D.U.com Daegu University College of arts and design Complex

08 WINDOW TO THE WORLD MBC New Headquarters competition

09 PARTICIPATION WORKS

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# 01 FROM THE TOP New water infrastructure combined with urban programs

STUDIO / Thesis ‘WATER’, ON GOING STATE / Individual work PROGRAM / Urban Infrastructure_aqueduct + LOCATION / Buenos Aires, Argentina INSTRUCTOR / Paz Gutierrez Water is a fundamental element in nature and in human experience. Water sustains life and offers limitless opportunities to engage its physical and metaphorical significance in the imagination of an architect. Water is essential, seductive, sublime, a savior and a killer. It seeps into architecture and turns it to rot, frightening architects to focus more hours on the scourge of water than on any other issue in the detailing of buildings.

Humanity is facing “water crisis” as a result of climate change and overspending of water. The United Nations’ FAO states that by 2025, 2.8 billion people will be living in countries or regions with absolute water scarcity, and two -thirds of the world population are expected to be under stress conditions . Likewise many countries have water scarcity challenges , but people suffering from this are limited to certain countries. Most serious water scarcity concentrates in low income area of developing countries. Inadequate water infrastructure and access are exacerbated by water scarcity pressure in these regions. As a result, people do not have water service, flush out the rain water, thus occurred inefficient water use and shortage of water. In this sense, it is necessary to propose the methods to harvest and distribute water to water scarcity area. Therefore, my suggestion is about decentralized water infrastructure using minimal path network system. New infrastructure is expected not only to have convenient water access but also to obtain economical, sustainable, and spatial efficiency.

1. Aqueduct + Bike road

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Pakistan Nigeria Angola

Sudan Zambia

Kenya 1,103.4

Argentina

Peru Bolivia

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India

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Poor access to water for urban population (percent)

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ARGENTINA area (km²) 2,766,839

population density (millions) (pers/km²) 38.59

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number of provincias 23+1

GREATER BUENOS AIRES

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population density (millions) (pers/km²) 12.20

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number of partidos 24

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Prior to site selection, I conducted a study about status of economy and water part in the world such as GDP, income inequality, urban slum incidence, river basins, and wastewater treatment to search what area has economic water scarcity and what elements cause water problem. One of the main reasons why these countries suffer from water problem although they have sufficient renewable water is high density of population according to the urbanization. Especially in low income areas of mega cities, water issue became serious problem. Among these areas, Buenos Aires in Argentina has water problems, which is affected by economic crisis. Those are polluted water and disproportionate distribution caused by lack of water infrastructure.

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Aqueduct Design Process

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Water Flow Calculation Amount of water consumption

Water consumption of One person per day

new village

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400 L / day Water consumption of village of 100 household per day =

160,000 L / day (160 m3 /day) Reserved water volume :

Water consumption of One household per day

640 m3 /day

1,600 L / day (1.6m3 /day)

Amount of water harvest

10km Water Aqueduct Rainfall : 110mm / month Average width : 6m Aqueduct

190 m3 / day

Roof

Area of one side of blocks : 420,000 m2 Roof areas : 420,000 X 0.67 = 281,400 m2 Nearest roof area : 140,000 m2

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Aqueduct

Aqueduct + columns

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Aqueduct + columns + water storage/stairs + basic structural frame

Aqueduct + columns + water storage/stairs + basic structural frame + cladding


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Aqueduct Developement Stage 1 : Rainwater harvesting from the roof

Aqueduct Developement Stage 2 : Rainwater harvesting + Water distribution

Aqueduct Developement Stage 3 : Rainwater harvesting + Water distribution + Social housing project

Aqueduct Developement Stage 4 : Expansion of aqueduct

Aqueduct Developement Stage 5 : Expanded aqueduct + Existing urban infrastructure(railway station, park, parking lot, etc)

Aqueduct Economic model

collecting water from the roof

simple Purification process Re-selling water locally

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Social Housing Project

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1 Filtration System for Water Storage Coarse Screen Fine Screen Gravel Sand Charcoal Pea Gravel Stainless steel or Plastic support grid

2 Floor Construction 10mm oor covering 60mm heating screed Corrugate steel plate Steel I-beam Impact - sound insulation Plywood

3 Aqueduct

4 Aqueduct - non structure

High strength concrete Concrete Filled Steel tubular

Aquatic plants Sand Recycled concrete

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# 02 CO HABITATING : ‘ANIMAMMAL CITY ’ Quality symbiotic living of Mammals, Birds and Amphibians in a Healthy, sustainable city

STUDIO / The Vertical Cities Asia International Design Competition < EVERYONE AGES>, Spring 2012 STATE / Collaborative Work with two members PROGRAM / Masterplan, Housing for Aging People LOCATION / Yongsan District 2, Seoul, South Korea INSTRUCTOR / Rene Davids

The Vertical Cities Asia International Design Competition, organized by the National University of Singapore School of Design and Environment, is premised on the belief that high density compact development is a necessity for rapidly urbanizing Asian cities and seeks new models of urban architecture to accommodate their anticipated population increases. The UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design and nine universities from the United States, Europe and Asia have agreed to participate in five annual design competitions. The theme of the 2012 Vertical Cities Asia competition is “Everyone Ages”, referring to the phenomenon of rapidly aging populations in many Asian countries, especially in East Asia, where the number of people over age 65 is expected to grow dramatically over the next 50 years.

100,000 INHABITANTS

67,000 INHABITANTS 2/3 of population will be mammals (people).

33,000 INHABITANTS 1/3 of population will be animal that are native to Korea yet are categorized as rare or endangered due to urbanization and habitat destruction. 14


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Yongsan Birdeye view_ View from the Han River

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POTENTIAL OF YONGSAN Korea is a country of mountains. 70% of the country’s terrain is over 200 meters altitude, most of which is part of the country’s principle range the Baekdu-daegan, believed to feed essential life-energy throughout the land.

Designated green space

Yongsan

Seoul Green Network Plan

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SPECIES PROGRAM OCCUPANCY BY SEASON AND TIME OF DAY HABITAT HIGH RISE APARTMENT 1-2 BEDROOM

SPECIES

DESCRIPTION AGING INDIVIDUAL OVER

BALCONY WITH VIEW

A FAMILY CONIMINIUM 2-4 BEDROOM SHARED YARD

LOW RISE STUDIO 1-2 BEDROOM PRIVATE GARDEN

ROCK OUTCROP (PEAK)

GRASSLAND (RIDGE)

RIPARIAN CORRIDOR (VALLEY)

WETLAND (BASE)

TERRACED RICE PADDY

SEASONAL CREEK

PROTECTED CAVERN

NATIVE GRASSES

FLOWERING UNDERSTORY

VEGETATED RESTING ISLAND

UNOBSTRUCTED VIEWS

SMALL TREES

MEDIUM TREES

SANDY

SHALLOW STILLWATER POND

NAVIGABLE CANAL

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FOREST (SUBTERRAIN) PICNIC AREA FLAT TOPOGRAPHY LARGE TREES

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PASSIVE, OBSERVATIONAL SENSITIVE TO PHYSICAL CHALLENGE

RETIRED COUPLE 55-74 SOCIAL, ACTIVE IN NATURE

SENSITIVE TO EXTREME TEMPERATURES

FULL FAMILY

1-18 & 30-55 BUSY WORK/LEARN/PLAY LIFESTYLE SEASONAL SCHEDULE CHANGES

NEW FAMILY 25-40

CULTURED, ACTIVE IN CITY AND BEYOND FOCUSED ON SAVING FOR FUTURE

YOUNG PROFESSIONAL 18-30

DILIGENT, EDUCATED, ENTHUSIASTIC LARGE SOCIAL CIRCLE

PREDATORY BIRD

ACCIPITER GULARIS (JAP. SPARROWHAWK) MIGRATORY, SUMMER BREEDING LEAST CONCERN

MIGRATORY BIRD

TADOMA CRISTATA (CRESTED SHELDUCK) MIGRATORY, NOCTURAL FEEDER CRITICALLY ENDANGERED

SONG BIRD

LOCUSTELLA PRYERI (MARSH GRASSBIRD) NESTING IN SHALLOW WATER, WINTERING IN REEDS NEAR THREATENED

TERRESTRIAL AMPHIBIAN

PELOPHYLAX CHOSENICUS (SEOUL FROG) LIVING IN RICE PADDYS, SPRING BREEDING THREATENED

AQUATIC AMPHIBIAN

HYNOBIUS YANGI (KORI SALAMANDER) NOCTURNAL, HIBERNATING ENDANGERED

FLYING INSECT

LIBELLULA ANGELINA (BEKKO TOMBO) BREEDING IN POOLS, HIDING IN GRASSES CRITICALLY ENDANGERED

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misunlee.lee@gmail.com (+1) 213-910-4117 BIO-DYNAMIC ARCHITECTURE

RIDGE

SUBTERRAIN

BASE

VALLEY

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MORN NOON

AMENITY RETAIL

FFICE

CULTURAL

WELL-BEING

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RECREATIONAL STADIUM /ARENA SPORTS FIELD

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BICYCLE CIRCULATION

MONORAIL

PRIVATE VEHICLES

WATER CHANNELS

HIKING

TRAIN

EMERGENCY VEHICLES

BIOSWALES

NATURE VIEWING

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64%

HIGHWAY TRAVEL

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Underground Circulation

Ground Circulation

Car Subway Access Subway #6

Ground Program

URBAN ACCESSIBILITY Contrary to the current fad of placing architecturally

Car Express Train Monorail

iconic towers at the development’s center, we instead treat the core as a void; an unbroken view corridor from Namsan Mountain to the Han River transverses the site and defines its center, thus connecting Yongsan’s residents to their greater landscape context. Another stragic inversion we employ is that waterways

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District Program Electronic commercials Health care Natural environment

Residential Program High Density Low Density

Public Program Office/Hospital/School/Retail Commercial/Culture

all local inhabitants. The city program is organized into economic districts that are located nearest to the inhabitants that utilize them. We preserve industries that currently thrive in Yongsan such as the electronics market and its network of schools and hospitals. We also introduce industries that are currently lacking or have been previously destroyed: recreational facilities, a cultural district, and small-scale rice farming.

Subterrain View_ this forest canopy ecosystem is used for community and commercial amenities, municipal utilities.

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Roof Plan

Valley View_ This angle of slope of the valleyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s edge offer much variety from canyon ecosystem to riparian corridor ecosystem.

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Food A. Sun- Shines 4,380 hours each year on the southern slopes in seoul B. Rice paddy- If 1/10 of yongsan’s area had rice paddies on the roofs, retired people can farm 60 metric tons of rice D. Surplus- The remaining 50,000kg can be sold in a market E2. Restaurant- Locals or visitors can eat it in local restaurants. surplus will feed 8% of rice needs to all yonsan citizens

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* Animal-human community space: Area where people can view and interact with the other species living in yongsan * Human-human community space: Area where people can interact with people of other ages, interests, and abilities A. Easy mobility- At ground level, all necessary amenities are near. for people with physical limitations o|thu T o|thu Gjvtt|up{€G zwhjl B. Active free time- Still close to amenities, exercise paths are also convenient. for people without jobs but still active


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Base View_ Wetland ecosystem hosts secondary municipal water treatment, aquatic sports for mammals, and migratory bird resting and breeding islands.

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# 03 THE NOMADIC MUSEUM OF ANTARCTICA Ice : The Fifth Element

STUDIO / Convergence 2.0, Fall 2012 STATE / Individual work PROGRAM / Nomadic Museum LOCATION / G20 Capitals INSTRUCTOR / *Edwin Chan [ PROFESSOR’S CHOICE AWARD - 2013 BERKELEY CIRCUS ] * Edwin Chan has recently established EC3 in Los Angeles after over 25 years with Frank O. Gehry & Associates. Since the opening of the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao more than 10 years ago, there has been a boom in the construction of museums all over the world. Many attribute this phenomenon as the fallout of the so-called “Bilbao Effect.” The majority of these museums tend to be designed by so-called “star-architects” and they all try to complete with each other with their “iconic” presence to attract visitors and tourists from all over the world. While on the one hand, this surge of global interest in museum architecture is positive for the profession, on the other hand, many museums are conceived only for its formal appeal but fails to acquire the programmatic content to become sustainable to the community in the long term. It seems that the time has come to re-think the museum as a building type, especially in relationship to how its formal expression on the exterior might compliment its exhibition program inside. The Nomadic Museum of Antarctica (NOMA) is a first fully immersive large-scale exhibition of its kind that aims to raise public awareness of the effect of climate change to the Antarctic region. The interior organization will incorporate state-of-theart presentation techniques, while the exterior should evoke the Antarctic experience of coming face to face with an Iceberg.

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Iceberg Museum in snowy Central Park in New York

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“It is impossible to put into words, the feeling of first sighting of an iceberg on the horizon. Like modern day dinosaurs, these towering blocks of ice nine times greater below the surface and lay in tranquility, reminds one of a land hardly known and of a time long forgotten. But what struck me most is the deafening silence that would be interrupted occasionally by the screech of a seagull, a penguin, or a breaching whale … One cannot help but feel humbled, yet connect, when one truly understands our position in the natural order … this remarkable environment Earth, our home.” - Antarctica: A Call to Action -

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ASSEMBLE vs DISASSEMBLE Type 1

The Nomadic Museum must meet the challenge to be fabricated with stateof-the-art kid-a-parts, transported with standard shipping containers, as well as the ability to be assembled and broken down in a short period of time. Conceived as high performance architecture, the Nomadic Museum is a convergence of its requirement in durability with its fate of ultimate temporality. In this sense, staking system with block, which has 7 type of form, can be relevant proposal. These blocks are cast with FRP or FRG material, and have 3 variation of transparency: Opaque, translucent, and transparent block. With mixed these, It is able to express the ‘Melting Iceberg’.

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Galley _ Exhibition Spaces for Large Scale images, presented in conventional print or CIBA chrome

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misunlee.lee@gmail.com (+1) 213-910-4117 CONTINUOUS MOVEMENT Programmatically, the Nomadic Museum contains a large-scale traveling exhibition of Antarctica. The interior organization will incorporate stateof-the-art presentation techniques, while the exterior should evoke the Antarctic experience of coming face to face with an Iceberg. In this regard, the Nomadic Museum of Antarctica is a convergence of its functional mission to educate visitors on issues of climate change, with its formal vision to inspire the public on the beauty of our world and what is at stake. Exhibition has clear purpose to aware people about global warming, so it is effective to inform visitors with linear and continuous movement.

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Gallery

Icescape

Projection Room

3D Map

Moving Flow EXHIBITION

Lobby

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Diorama

Souvenir shop Cafe /Restroom

Coat - check

B’ Information Ticketing Souvenir shop Cafe

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Icescape Virtual reality

Diorama _ presentation of “Life on Ice”, (such as scene with Tent, Kite Skier etc.)

Diorama

Lobby _ for Special Events, such as fashion show etc.

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Graduate School Work l University of California, Berkeley PLACEMENT for NOMADIC MUSEUM The Nomadic Museum of Antarctica will tour G20 capitals over the course of seven years, and run for 90 days per city. Museum will be put in diverse site, thus it should be applied different mass formation according to the shape of site boundary.

Shape of possible site

Formation 1- Vertical shape site

Formation 2- Square shape site

SUSTAINABILITY Sun

DIFFUSE LIGHT Steel Frame South

Louver Translucent PVC coated polyester fabric

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Block Air Path South

NATURAL VENTILATION

The Museum considers sustainability. Steel frame on the roof has a gap for air ventilation and louvers design as unit thus it could rotate according to sun direction in different sites.

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90’ Virtual Reality

60’ 30’

Gallery

3D Map

Icescape

Diorama

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Projection room

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misunlee.lee@gmail.com (+1) 213-910-4117 CONSTRUCTION METHOD

Horizontal Connection

Vertical Connection

LEGO STRUCTURAL SYSTEM LEGO structures is an ideal system. Blocks are ďŹ xed each other vertically and horizontally like lego, maximizing transportability and workability.

PRE-STRESSING STRUCTURAL SYSTEM

Corner Block

Steel cable for pre-stressing system

Pre-stressing structure is more realistic system for the project. Cable pass through the corner block and pulled out making sloped wall. Blocks between corner block are binded with horizontal thin truss.

Small truss system for binding blocks

Finding structural weakness _ program : Scan & Solve for Rhino

Physical models

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# 04 FROM DARKNESS TO LIGHT (Sub)urban Swim : Balboa Park Pool

STUDIO / (Sub)urban swim_San Francisco Projects v.7 Fall, 2011 STATE / Individual work PROGRAM / Public swimming pool LOCATION / Balboa Park, San Francisco INSTRUCTOR / Roddy Creedon The project was a proposal for a new swimming facility. The size and program is similar to the existing facility [Âą14,000 sf ]. The conversation in the studio was center around the following issues and investigations: the role of municipal projects in manifesting larger civic ideals; the qualities of a contemporary language of municipal infrastructure; the nature of long-span building design; the conditions of water and ground as formal instigators; the relationship of the project to the surrounding landscape.

A space inbetween space having different light density. Pool as a light box bring continuity of outdoor space. The Goal of this project is to make people experience being outside using contrast of light and dark.

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Balboa Park is a general description for the area who’s name is borrowed from the adjacent park, but it is actually the nexus of a variety of neighborhoods including Mission Terrace, the Excelsior, Cayuga Terrace, Oceanview, Sunnyside, Crocker Amazon and Ingelside. The park of today is a remnant of its original 1910 size, with much of the land being given over to SF City College in 1940. The park currently houses 4 baseball diamonds, 4 tennis courts, a soccer field, an enclosed swimming facility, and the Ingleside Police Station. Commissioners Decide to Improve Grounds Making Them Second to Golden Gate. “The plans that have been prepared for the park commissioners for the improvement of Balboa park, which was known in the seventies as the house of correction lot, fronting on San Jose avenue, between Havelock street and Ocean View avenue, and running back to the west on the line of Phelan avenue, indicate that it is the desire in time to make this the finest park in the city outside of Golden Gate park. The building, now called the county jail and the women’s jail, formerly the house of correction and the Magdalen asylum, respectively, are to be removed and on the site will be a band stand, up to date in every respect, and a concourse in front. There is to be a concert

promenade in addition. The new police station, recently built near the center of the grounds and which is a fine structure from an architectural point of view, will remain. At the corner of San Jose and Ocean View avenues there is an athletic field of eight acres already grassed and now used daily by baseball enthusiasts. The number of trees set out, some to act as windbreaks on the south and west, and the others for ornamental purposes, has in the last few weeks increased from 10,000 to 25,000, and those first set out have all taken root and are doing well. There are to be a large lawn, a meadow, a children’s playground, tennis court, lake, boathouse and a large deer park.” Source: San Francisco Call, 04 August 1910

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Green Monitor

Pre-pool shower

Drinking Fountain

Bench

SECTION A-A’ SCALE: 1’=1/32”

Sequence 1_ Multi-purpose Room

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SECTION B-B’ SCALE: 1’=1/32”

Meeting

Performance

Rest

Exhibition

Continuous band surrounding the pool exaggerate the indoor light. Depending on the function, programs are put in the space between band. Outside part like lobby or multi purpose room is more public and bright, and going inside, space is getting dark so private programs are located. In relationship with site, I intend to connect playfield and roof of pool. Specific activities like exhibition, performance, or rest could be held on the roof.

Walk

Sequence 2_ Lobby

Sequence 3_ Hallway

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ROOF DESIGN In roof design, It started a flat roof. For the better indoor environment quality, flat roof protrude upside and tilt a little bit to obtain fresh air and light easily. Roof frame are tended to simple and minimize in order to make better connectivity between pool and outside space. In that sense, Dia-grid structure system is a suitable choice. Both side of roof is operable, thus providing natural ventilation and giving float roof image.

ROOF DESIGN DEVELOPEMENT

Operable Window Frame

Natural Ventilation

Roof Glass / Operable Window Glass

Natural Ventilation

Roof Glass Frame

Operable Windows

Diagrid Structure Frame

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TYPICAL WALL SECTION SCALE: 1’=1/8”

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# 05 PLAYSCAPE Propose of New Prototypes for an open space design

STUDIO / Graduate work, Fall 2005 STATE / Individual work PROGRAM / Urban Infrastructure : Cultural program, Flea Market, Skateboard practice space LOCATION / Ilsan, South Korea INSTRUCTOR / Choi, Wang don [ GRADUATION WORK AWARD - THE GRAND PRIZE ]

See the city as a stage of playing event. Established space includes various activities, helping to make positive event for human. Moreover, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m expecting the space that is not only for consumption of event and but also for producing make the cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s image abundant.

The complex city. Time layers in Seoul are accruing indiscriminately without elimination because of the rapid growth. Both upper and lower ground side plan of the city is a place for movements, which create sparks by collision in the crowded city, intensifying the confusion of people. These layers which is mixed several things and overlapped are separated more than one vertically, solving the meta-stable problem in the city.

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People are living in relationship with myriad element of the city, where many positive possibilities for events. The places where converge the relationships such as ways, bus or subway stations, and open space have opportunities of new events. As the open space in the city, front of the subway stations is the place expected to create events with public transport. However, according to study, another use other than just one function as resting place is rare in the open space. By planning the space that holds various events and activities, the city was expected to be revitalized and expanded. This expanding could be established diverse playing infra structure as folly in the city. Ilsan is the city located between Seoul and Paju with vigorous activities is a very static city compared with two neighbor cities. Establishing the infra structure of playing in this place forms the dynamic axis of linking with Seoul-Ilsan-Pasu, causing quite a stir throughout society.

RESEARCH OF FUTURE INFRASTRUCTURE Culture comes up in full-scale in the 21st century. Although Johan Huizingaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s claim about Homo Ludens, or Man the Player, is not accepted completely, we cannot deny that the playing is one of essence elements in Culture Generation. Majority of moderns aware the break and the playing as a fundamental part for better life. Establishing infra structure for playing converts consumptive notion of the playing to creative notion, not only generating more opportunities of contacts with culture but also making the culture identity of the city. By the propensity of person who pursues enjoying, the infra structure for playing was deduced. SPACE SIZE CALCULATION based on HUMAN ACTIVITIES

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LEVEL

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DESIGN PROCESS OF PROGRAM BOX

STEP 01 City Grid

TRANSFORM I _ New Layer

TRANSFORM Ii _ Program Box

TRANSFORM Iii _ Program Infill

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STEP 02 Flow of People

STEP 03 Seperation by flow

STEP 04 Void of overlapped space

DESIGN PROCESS OF NEW LAYER

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# 06 MBC NEW HEADQUARTERS

WORK / Design Developement to Construction Drawing 2008 Oct - 2010 Jun STATE / Professional work PROGRAM / Office, studio for brodcating company LOCATION / Seoul, South Korea

G.F.A & SIZE / 149,682 m2, B3F~14F RESPONSIBLE FOR / Elevation Design, Model Making, 3D modeling, Plan, Atrium part(structure, interior, sustainable strategy, and so on) Discussion with subcontractors Work as Assistant Manager

The purpose of the design is to implement a key infrastructural element of a global contents & media group that is able to respond to future changes in the broadcasting environment, as a multi-purpose broadcasting facility composed of a broadcasting company, rental office, and shopping center; and to construct a complex that the TV audience desires to visit, enabling ‘open’ broadcasting that the TV viewers can directly participate in, watch and enjoy. SangAm MBC New Headquarters will be presented the image of a future-oriented broadcasting system, and become a landmark in the field of DMC as a center of the digital media of the future. I am in charge of the façade design and whole things about an atrium. According to the functions of the room, I have to adapt suitable lighting system. Some rooms such as offices should be had openness, others such as studios should be closed. Moreover, I planned the whole Atrium including structure design supporting glass, the side walls design, and bridge. The atrium should be considered about great design as a symbol place in this building, efficient energy, and sustainable element.

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Professional Work l University of California, Berkeley BROADCASTING CENTER ELEVATION DESIGN FACADE MODULE

LIGHT PENETRATION RATIO

There are 5 studios and several supporting rooms in the front mass. Majority of these rooms does not require window but others like ofďŹ ces are need windows. Regarding this, the façade of front mass has to satisfy closing and openness according to the functions. Through changing the modularized units to solid or void, each rooms was able to get suitable lighting. In whole elevation images, modularized patterns embody the digital image with LED lighting and differentiate it from other common buildings.

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ELEVATION & SECTION DRAWING FOR BROADCASTING CENTER

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Professional Work l University of California, Berkeley OFFICE ELEVATION DESIGN SIMULATION OF SOLAR RADIATION

It would like to express the philosophy of the MBC, the broadcasting company, or fair report and interaction with people, through clearness, eco-friendly as well as high technology image of the building. Building is designed by multiple layers structure, showing three dimensional façade. Horizontal louvers made of metal or wood provide openness, helping to raise energy efficiency as well as high technology image. Moreover, changeable patterns of vertical louvers create rhythmic and various façade.

DIAGRAM OF OFFICE SECTION

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No horizontal Louvers

Current Plan_reduced 25% of sunlight load

Louver width 100mm_reduced 26%

Louver width 200mm_reduced 33%

SUSTAINABLE DESIGN 1. SITE_outdoor environment condition

2. BUILDING_low energy consumption

3. SYSTEM_new regeneration energy system

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STUDY MODELS

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

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# 07 LAYER @E.D.U.com Daegu University College of arts and design Complex

WORK / Design Competition, 2011 Jan - 2011 Feb STATE / Professional work PROGRAM / Educational building LOCATION / Daegu, South Korea RESPONSIBLE FOR / Plan & mass design, Model Making, Final drawings and report

Deagu University college of arts and design competition looks for design that indicate identity of College of Arts and Design, and that has a harmonized circulation between faculty members and students. Moreover, design should consider about diverse program such as lecture room or exhibition gallery and surrounding buildings, thus providing active compus life. In this project, we attempt to appear aesthetic symbol of College of Arts and Design, and to make the building as alandmark. Mark in history of university is inserted into layer and reconsistituted representing identity of College of Arts and Design.

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SITE ANALYSIS

Site for the College of Arts and Design is located in the center of campus. As a node, four streets are converged having symbolic character. Site is faced with open space so has opportunity to be developed with it. Also, interdigitated space can produce active event for student.

DESIGN PROCESS

â&#x20AC;&#x2DC; the artwork is itself negative space ,it begs meditation on the principle of art as creation, when Heizer has not in fact added but subtracted. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC; Mass design apply to essential element of art: dot, line, and face. With relevent using of these element, mass itself become symbolic landmark.

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STEP 01_Line Circulation

STEP 02_Dot Program

STEP 03_Sliding Space

STEP 04 Land Mark

STEP 01_Line Circulation

STEP 02_Dot Program

STEP 03_Face Space=elevation

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Atrium : Natural ventilation and daylighting system

Skylight : daylighting system

BIPV

Balcony : Indirect light

Parking : natural ventilation Stormwater reuse

Roof Green

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# 08 WINDOW TO THE WORLD MBC New Headquarters Competition

WORK / Design Competition, 2008 Sep - 2008 Oct STATE / Professional work PROGRAM / Office and studio for brodcating company LOCATION / Seoul, South Korea RESPONSIBLE FOR / Mass & Elevation Design, Model Making Plan, Space program analysis

The MBC Headquarters should reflect the new paradigm for Korean commerce. This requires a new way of thinking and working - to not be content to simply do what has been done before. The power of MBC is derived from its ability to tap into the culture of its people. A symbol of that power then would be to create a place that can interface and interact with people. To be both a window and mirror of the Korean culture. Designing for dynamic condition, one that naturally fosters input and output, will draw people to you, creating a hub of energy and interest. The headquarters will naturally evolve as the gravitational center, becoming the defacto flagship of both DMC and MBC. The power of this architectural design lies in its ability to create interactions with people. It is a classic design with living surfaces that serve to reflect the culture of the region. This headquarters design is much more than a place that houses the functions of a broadcast company. It is a tool for helping MBC in its mission to shape the culture of the region and to open a window to the world.

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Studio / Production

Office

News Studio /

SPACE PROGRAM STUDY_FLOOR

director room,office,meeting room,conference room for inspectors,storage(data),photo studio,writer's room,TV monitoring studio,viewer's consultation team,viewer's center storage

the president,the vice president,Inspection room,Director room,Senior manager,Meeting room,reception room,secretary,other facilities &etc

director room,office,reception room,conference room,conference room,multipurpose lecture room,Personal Figuration Bureau ,publication room,small meeting room1(public use),small meeting room3(public use),

Director's office,office,meeting room information system office,A/S room,storage,computer machine room,computer/ information room,computation development office

director room,office,meeting room,conference room for inspectors,storage(data),photo studio,writer's room,TV monitoring studio,viewer's consultation team,viewer's center storage

office,meeting room,news room

office(3),meeting & current event room,current event room(2),current event room(3),current event room(4),Meeting room for show,copy room,current event room

A/S room,A/S storage (1),(2)

news center,control room,announcer's booth,CAR(circuit control room),VIP room,dimmer room

director room,office,editing room,meeting room(small),meeting room(large),meeting room(3),TM room,current event room, small meeting room,storage,microfilm archive room,loan sector ,Compilation workspace,Adjusting studio ,Ingest room,night watchman's room,Media Resources Deposit room,library

director room,office,meeting room,storage(2)

office,drama practice room(small),drama practice room(large),drama writer's room(A),drama writer's room(B),talent room,program meeting room,tape archive room,Conti room,visitors waiting room,night watchman's room,Script preparation

director room,office,TV main control room,DMB main control room,circuit control studio,machine room,M/W studio,A/S room,seminar room,dada broadcasting studio,new media broadcasting(IPTV, MMS),setellite studio,transmitter studio,SNG studio,cafeteria,night watchman's room,broadcasting preparation room,CM editing room,A/S room,A/S storage (1),(2),control room,studio(2),control room,studio(3)(with control room),studio(4),control room,studio(5),control room,studio(6)(withcontrol room),studio(7)(withcontrol room),studio(8)(withcontrol room),studio(9),control room,studio(10)(with control room),AM news room(1),AM news room(2),control room,FM studio(1),FM studio(2), control room,radio main control room,storage,A/S room,night watchman's room,radio hookup storage,DMB studio,waiting room,radio(11)(12)studio

director room,office,office(oudio man),machinery and materials,monitoring room,studio,meeting room,office,NLE editing room,meeting room,storage(office equipment),Recording. Film studio for preview,night watchman's room

office,meeting room,archive room

office,Pratice room(s),Pratice room(L),comic actor's room,program meeting room,sound monitoring room,tape archive room,visitors waiting room,night wahtchman's room

director room,office,archive,meeting room(4),oversea program archive room,meeting room(3),archive,meeting room(1),meeting room(2),programing copy room,editing current event room,meeting room,editing studio(A)~(D),dubbing artist room,dubbing room,cinema film archive room,Social responsibility center

Total Editing,ENG editing room,Editing machinery room,NLE room,camera effect room,Process transfer room,editing room storage,editing A/S room,mixdown room,mixdown machine room,oudio post storage,dubbing room1~4(studio),dubbing room1~4(sub-control room),dubbing room(machine room),craft nle room,media station

director room,office,meeting room(1),(2),transportation reporter's office,reporter's office,editing1~12,PAD design(1)~(3),effect room,night watchman's room(men),night watchman's room(women),waiting room(1)~(2),MD room,recording studio,writer's roomstorage

director room,office,meeting room,editing room,current event room,interview room

director room,office,temp. studio,makeup room,meeting room,night watchman's room(men),night watchman's room(women),storage and lockers

news center - B,control room,announcer's booth

director room,office,editing room,CG room,interview room(meeting room),current event/preview room,writer's room/program meeting room,

director room,office,meetingr room,lighting A/S room,lighting design room,cooperation company lounge,Synthetic Editing dep. ENG editing dep.,synthetic Editing dep./ maintenance room ,synthetic Editing dep./ maintenance storage,sound studio5.1,sound studio(dubbing room),General Editing Room,camera effect room,colour compensation

sub-control room

director room,Main office,Broacaster's room,conference room,small conference room,senior writer's room,anchor men's room,makeup/costume coordination room,Director & manager(additional),feature news CG studio,texting room,N.Korean broadcast monitor,CNN monitoring room,weather broadcasting center,camera archivemonitoringroom(5room),Maincontrolroom,camerasupport(news),camerasupoort (sports)Studio6,pressroon(news)studio5,equipment storage,feature news archive room,camera editing studio,digital news server space,Ingest Room,foreign news archive room,Totalediting,dubbing room1,2,3room(3room),music effect editing room,interview room,New media editor(Internet news center),iMnews camera editing room,storage(iMnews ),meeting room(internet room),reception room,visitors writer'sroom,Morning news outsourcing production(NLE editing),night watchman's room(general , international , police),night watchman's room(photojournalist),night watchman's room(morning news team),night watchmam.s room(women),night watchmam.s room(camera editing team),night watchmam.s room(feature news CG team),open studio,Multi-viewers

sub-control room,Machine room

machine room,Guest waiting room(Male/F), ⸨㦤Guest waiting room(Male/F),lighting storage,camera storage,sound storage,art preparation room,dimmer room

lighting storage,camera storage,dimmer room

director room,office & oudioman room,equipment storage,speciality camera room,underwater equipment storage,office,current event room,A/S room,night watchman's room,

sub-control room

machine room,Guest waiting room(Male/F), ⸨㦤Guest waiting room(Male/F),lighting storage,camera storage,sound storage,art preparation room,dimmer room

sub-control room

office(design+administration),office(production1+production2),CG room,temporary setting up space,art studio,wallpaper storage,set designer's room',set designer's rounge(night watchman's room),A storage per studio (preparation room) ,paint storage(enamel),set designer's room,set design studio,set outsourcing office,real picture, cutting room,makeup laboratory room,dress room,flower arrangement room,night watchman's room(women),makeup office,makeup artist lounge,extra's office,makeup room(men),makeup room(women),VIP makeup room(1)~(4),Lighting studio 㤸㐑㐘

A/S room,A/S storage (1),(2)

nursary

machine room,Guest waiting room(Male/F), ,lighting storage,camera storage,sound storage,art preparation room,dimmer room

SECTION STUDY 21,000 18,000 15,000 12,000 9,000 6,000 3,000 Height 62

Multi-purpose hall H:18,000

Studio / News Studio H:18,000


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2nd FLOOR PLAN

MBC HQ Lobby H:10,500

Set Assembly H:9,000

Parking lot H:3,600

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# 09 PARTICIPATION WORKS

ELECTRICTITY OF VIETNAM(EVN) HEADQUARTERS

WORK / Design developement, 2006 Feb - 2006 Jun STATE / Professional work PROGRAM / Office LOCATION / Hanoi, Vietnam G.F.A & SIZE / 93,351 m2, B3F~33F RESPONSIBLE FOR / Lobby and Atrium design, Model Making, Modeling The main goal of the design was to express the identity of Vietnam and the progressive spirit of EVN at the same time. With a sense of duty to create a landmark in Hanoi, the project has been executed to establish the principle by using the modern techniques and technologies and high-quality materials. The competition design was amended after the competition.

JUKJEON DIGITAL VALLEY MASTER PLAN AND DAOU TECH INC. HEADQUARTERS

WORK / Design developement to Construction drawing, 2006 Sep - 2007 Jul STATE / Professional work PROGRAM / Office, Master plan LOCATION / Yongin, South Korea G.F.A & SIZE / 49,409 m2, B2F~7F RESPONSIBLE FOR / Mass design, Elevation design, Conference with government officer As the title ‘Digital Valley’ suggests, this project deals with the subject of nature and high technology. The project was quite difficult, since there was a need to find a point of contact between both the elements of a closely harmonized natural environment and sufficiently

representing

the

benefits

of

technology.

Based on the two elements mentioned, nature and technology, a master plan for the Jukjeon Digital Valley was prepared, and the Daou Tech Building was designed as the first step of this technology valley.

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NEATT ( NORTHEAST ASIA TRADE TOWER)

WORK / Design developement, 2006 Jul - 2006 Sep STATE / Professional work PROGRAM / Office, Mixed-use LOCATION / Incheon, South Korea G.F.A & SIZE / 295,947 m2, B3F~68F RESPONSIBLE FOR / Plan, Model Making This project was intended to establish a symbolic landmark to develop Songdo International City as the business hub of Northeast Asia. The building was planned as a world-class high-rise tower of 305m, 68 above ground floors, with shopping and accommodation facilities. It was designed to be closely connected to the developed areas and new facilities adjacent to Songdo. The project includes business facilities, serviced apartments, hotels, commercial facilities, and underground parking lots. NEATT will become the center of Songdo International City which is fully equipped with all luxurious and efficient facilities.

STUDENT DORMITORY OF KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) DESIGN COMPETITION

WORK / Design Competition, 2012 Jun - 2012 Jul STATE / Professional work PROGRAM / Dormitory for University LOCATION / Deajeon, South Korea G.F.A & SIZE / 11,985 m2, B1F~10F RESPONSIBLE FOR / Mass and plan design, Circulation, Modeling

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