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BYOUNG KUK NA P O R T F O L I O 2007 - 2011

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BYOUNG KUK NA P O R T F O L I O 2007 - 2011


RESUME 4

Personal details

Name Address

Phone

Byoungkuk Na Dongdaemun-gu Imun-dong 264-223 302 , Seoul , South Korea nabkuk@gmail.com nabkuk@hanmail.net +82) 19-379-7314

March 2003 ~ February 2005, March 2007 ~ February 2010

Korea National University of Arts, Seoul, Korea Department of Architecture (5 years) Graduation Project - Title : Landscript Urbanism Tutor : Seung H-Sang

July 2009 ~ August 2009

Fontainebleau schools, France Faculty of Architecture (2 months) Summer school Tutors : Tom Sheehan, Pablo Lorenzino, Anne Scheou, Antonio Frausto, Phillipe Niez, David Leclerc, Jean-Guy Lecat, Daniel Vaniche, Margaret Gray

March 2010 ~ February 2012 ~ (still working)

Design Group Seoga (architecture office) Head Architect : Jae-Hak Jung , Hae-sun Park Architect (designing, modeling, drawing)

July 2008

Hyeopdongwon (architecture office) Head Architect : Min-ah Lee Internship

June 2007 ~ July 2007

FRD (architecture office) Head Architect : Yong-Jae Lee Internship

February 2005 ~ February 2007 January 2005

Korean Army Driver & Auto Mechanic (Driving and fixing cars in Korean army)

July 2004

Children’s architecture school in Paju Teacher (teaching 50 children)

February 2010 February 2010 August 2009

Bachelor of Architecture (Korea National University of Arts) Graduation of RIBA(Royal Institute of British Architects) Part Two Diploma of Fontainebleau Architecture school

Computer program

Auto CAD, 3d MAX, Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, Sketch up, Microsoft office series

E-mail

Education and training

Work history

Skills and qualifications

Hobbies and interests

Rainbow Bridge English Camp Teacher & assistant (managing & teaching 100children)

-Reading (magazines, news, novels) -Playing sports (baseball, basketball) -Hand crafting (modeling, making small furniture) -Cooking (Korean foods, simple western foods)


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ACADEMIC _ Korea National University of Arts Design Studio 2009, Landscript Urbanism _residential complex project

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2008, Opening the backdoor of ‘Korea National University of Arts’ _landscape project

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2007, Connecting Roads _commercial project

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Tutor _ Seung H-Sang (individual work)

Tutor _ Song Ryul (individual work)

Tutor _ Son Jin (individual work)

Exstra works 2007, Structural system _model study

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2008, Urban Hug _steel structure

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2008, Book fair Saegaesa booth _Floating paper island

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2009, Fontainebleau School Architecture Workshop

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2008-2009, Glass Blowing works

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Tutor _ Sunwoo Park (individual work)

Tutor _ Sunwoo Park (group work)

Tutor _ Song Ryul (group work)

(group works & individual works)

Tutor _ Junyong Kim (individual)

PROFESSIONAL _ Designgroup Seoga 2010, Sinwoldong planning _design Seoul project

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2011, Sanghadong HOUSE _housing project

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2011, Gwangju Biennale _exhibition

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2010, Exhibition ‘Correspondence’ _exhibition

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2011, URBAN FOLLY _competition

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2010, Medical Research Center at SNU _competition

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Supervisor _ Jaehak Jung (group work)

Supervisor _ Haesun Park (group work)

Supervisor _ Haesun Park (group work)

Supervisor _ Jaehak Jung (group work)

Supervisor _ Haesun Park (group work)

Supervisor _ Haesun Park (group work)


Korea National University of Arts

works


academic _ individual project

2009

LANDSCRIPT URBANISM

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solid, void and openspace

site _ Junggaebon-dong

Location _ Junggaebon-dong, Nowon-gu, Seoul, South Korea Program _ residential complex

This project was to plan a town which is one of old hillside villages in Seoul. The topography of the site has deep slopes which sloped to the north. It is bad condition for houses

strategy This village is very old. So redevelopment is necessary. And this project’s main goal is redeveloping this village without destroying the nature and the memories of the land. site map

Bulam Mountain sports facilities

Junggaebon-dong

apartments

5th Year Project (march 2009 - december 2009) Tutor _ Seung H-Sang (hseung@iroje.com)


site analysis Bulam Mountain

Junggaebon-dong

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There are apartment complex, Bulam mountain around the site. 2009, Landscript Urbanism

The village is very old. Roads are narrow, houses are too outdated, people are still using briquette to warm their houses which is the old way in Korea. 75m

There is 75m gap between the lowest level and the highest level

site _ sector 8

sector 8

What I HAVE TO avoid

sector 1

sector 5 sector 2

sector 4

sector 6

sector 7

sector 3

This sector is the most independent sector of 8 sectors.

site section

As you can see from the sections, this site is part of the mountain. There are steep slopes and they sloped to the north.

normal way of making apartment complex in Korea


site requirement The width of the site is approximately 49,000 square meters large. The floor area ratio is 180 percent, which means necessary total floor area is 88,200 square meters. Necessary number of houses is 710. It also needs 2 senior citizen centers, 1 play ground, 1 control office, 1 religious facility.

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site analysis

topography They are directions of contour of the site. Most of the site is consisted of land which sloped to the north.

waterway There was a waterway originally. waterway is one of Landscript

mountain 3 sides of the site are covered with Bulam mountain

unit TYPE A _ linear type 1

There are several houses on each floor. Each house has 2 bedrooms, 1 kitchen, 1 livingroom, 1 bathroom.

TYPE B _ linear type 2

Each house has 2 bedrooms, 1 kitchen, 1 livingroom, 1 bathroom.


dividing site

area 1 area 2 area 4

I divided my site into 4 areas. Each area has particular features. They have different slopes, different memories, different roles. Suitable type of mass will be placed on each area.

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area 3 2009, Landscript Urbanism

area 1

Because this area is the most northern part of the site, high-rise type of buildings are placed on this area to protect the amount of sunshine for the rest of the houses.

area 2

area 3

This area’s main aim is connecting the Bulam mountain which is on the west and south part. So, this area requires linear type of buildings.

The worst land for residences because of the most steep slope. Retain the original road system. Each buildings are connected by bridges.

area 4

The most gentle land is located in this area. This area’s main aim is connecting the Bulam mountain which is on the north and south part. Therefore, linear type of buildings are placed on this area.

TYPE C _ tower type

There are 4 houses on each floor. Each house has 2 bedrooms, 1 kitchen, 1 livingroom, 1 bathroom. There are some commercial shops on the first floor.


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master plan

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original elements

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connecting mountain original road system original waterway

typical level

elevation A - A’

A’

A


section B - B’

A - A’ 15

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A

A’

bridge

bridge

waterway

B’

B

design elements

connecting nature

road system _ existing road

community area

waterway _ original landscript

solid _ houses

bridge


construction detail

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2 5 3

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4

5 6

2 7

7 10 8

1. Plywood panel 2. Gravel 3. Render 4. Footpath paver 5. Reinforces concrete

6. Insulation 7. Wire netting 8. Lean concrete 9. Screed concrete 10. Drainage, perforated / porous pipe


structure system Tower type - Rahmen

core, shaft, duct

beam

column

ventilation, lighting

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slab

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exhibition

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academic _ individual project

2008, Openning the Backdoor of K.N.U.A

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2008

Opening the backdoor of ‘ Korea National University of Arts ’

site _ Imun-dong

Location _ Imun-dong, Dongdaemun-gu, Seoul, South Korea Program _ dormitory & facilities

This project’s goal was mixing 3 universities which are close together, Kyunghee University, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies and Korea National University of Arts.

strategy open the backdoor of the Korea National University of Arts which is almost blocked.

Korea National University of Arts

Chunjang Mountain

Site

Apartment

4th Year Project (march 2008 - december 2008) Tutor _ Song Ryul (suparc.seoul@yahoo.co.kr)


site analysis

Kyunghee University

Korea National University of Arts

Korea National University of Arts

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Korea National University of Arts

Kyunghee University

Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

Hankuk University of Foreign Studies Kyunghee University

Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

3 universities & road system

This site is located between 3 schools’ backdoor. Students usually use front door so this site become unpopular space.

Program of buildings

house commercial + house apartment commercial exclusive house

Backdoor of Kyunghee University

Backdoor of Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

SITE

site on the 3 backdoors

Backdoor of The Korea National University of Arts

2008, Openning the Backdoor of K.N.U.A

Chunjang Mountain


existing backdoor

Korea National University of Arts

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Kyunghee University

Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

fence of K.N.U.A from inside of the K.N.U.A

Back door of the Korea National University of Arts is usually closed and only open in day-time for people not cars. In the daytime, there is only a tiny small door.

fence of K.N.U.A

from outside of the K.N.U.A

existing program Korea National University of Arts

Only houses & shops which isn’t popular with the students. Therefore, this road between HUFS and KNUA become very unpopular road that students don’t come. Korea National University of Arts

Kyunghee University

Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

ESTATE COMPANY

ESTATE COMPANY

ESTATE COMPANY

KINDERGARTEN RESTAURANT

ESTATE COMPANY

RESTAURANT BAR

SUPERMARKET CAFE

SUPERMARKET ESTATE COMPANY

SANDWISH SHOP

SNACK BAR

BEAUTY SHOP SUPERMARKET

PUB

LAUNDRY ROOM RESTAURANT

Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

BEAUTY SHOP SNACK BAR

SUPERMARKET

BOOK STORE

Kyunghee University


strategy

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Korea National University of Arts

Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

separation of 3 schools

Kyunghee University and Hankuk University of Foreign Studies are already open to the public.

HOW? Korea National University of Arts

Korea National University of Arts

If the Korea National University of Arts’ backdoor opens, the Korea National University of Arts will be perfectly opens to the public.

people get together in this area

Korea National University of Arts

Hankuk University of Foreign Studies Kyunghee University

combination of 3 schools

2008, Openning the Backdoor of K.N.U.A

Kyunghee University


program

student’s house

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Programs which are very popular with the students are needed in this site to gather the students from 3 universities. studio

playground

Univ. individualized supply shop

student cafe

space boundary concept idea sketch

There are a lot of ways to draw the boundary between space and other space.


deconstructing square I couldn’t deconstruct the squares when I was esigng. So I decided to study about deconstructing square.

model study 1 _ reference study Peter Eisenman House 3

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model study

model study 2

model study 3


stair system

1F

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This project’s stair system is from the original outside stair system of the site. People can go up and down in one direction continuously.

2F

3F

2F

1F

material

Materials are from the buildings around the site because I don’t want this project to be strange in this area. There are brick and concrete the most. So the main materials will be brick and concrete. brick

concrete


unit

Each unit is designed for 2 students. Each students have their own studio.

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The kitchen of each units can open to other students.

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bed room

1 unit is for 2 students studio

bath room

openable kitchen

bed room

studio

2 2 1 1

Bedroom Studio Openable Kitchen Bathroom

openable kitchen

bedroom 1

studio 1

bathroom

openable kitchen

bedroom 2

studio 2

student 1 live in this space.

student 1 works in this space.

student 1 & 2 use this space together.

student 1 & 2 cook & eat in this space.

student 2 live in this space.

student 2 works in this space.

student 1 sleep, dress up, decks up here.

student 1 designs, draws paintings, does the computer work here.

they take a shower, brush their teeth, wash their hands, shave themselves here.

they have a party with their friends, cook & eat, chats, enter & exit through here.

student 2 sleep, dress up, decks up here.

student 2 designs, draws paintings, does the computer work here.

sketch process

I suggested hand drawing masterplans. After that, I chose the most natural and reasonable masterplan from those drawings.


Korea National University of Arts

site plan

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B

A

J

H

H F G C

H H H D

G

E

H

H

I

J

Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

A B C D E F G H I J

: : : : : : : : : :

student’s studio house tennis court basketball court cafe restaurant wooden road & bench small hill sculpture shop main pathway


Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

site model

shop restaurant

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cafe

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sports facility

student’s studio house

sports facility Korea National University of Arts site model

model _ student’s house

sculpture


plan

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entrance

entrance

workshop

entrance

1st floor There are 4 units, workshop space on the first floor

void void

2nd floor There are 11 units on the second floor

void

void


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void

void void

3rd floor There are 11 units on the third floor

section

void

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void


elevation

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A’

A

B

B’

atrium _ lighting, ventilation

void study

There are various shaped voids on each floors and the light can come into the second and first floor through the voids. This space is atrium of the building.

ventilation system atrium

lighting system

light through the void


site collage

Korea National University of Arts

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structure system

column

beam

column & beam column

Hankuk University of Foreign Studies


perspective view

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first floor

first floor third floor

second floor


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2008, Openning the Backdoor of K.N.U.A

from inside of the university


academic _ individual project

2007

Connecting Roads

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Site _ Itaewon-dong

Location _ Itaewon-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea Program _ commercial

This project was to choose any place and any program in Itaewon. Most of the side roads have very strong character in Itaewon except on side road. This project’s main aim is to make whole side roads in Itaewon to have strong character.

an exclusive residential area

side road Ita ew on ro ad

Site

side road

road

3rd Year Project (march 2007 - december 2007) Tutor _ Son Jin (isonarch@chollian.net)

s id e ro ad

side

US army

mosque

elementary school


site sketch I drew some sketches when I first went to Itaewon for this project. Itaewon was very strange place in Seoul. The largest number of foreigners and various kinds of shops were there.

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Itaewon international shops

signboards

inclinations

Seoul tower view from Itaewon

Hamilton Hotel

side road

high class houses

site road system

Itaewon road

Antique furniture stores road

Dancing clubs road

Gay bars road

high salary restaurants road

This is the main road in Itaewon. There are a lot of stores. For example, clothes stores, bag stores, shoe stores. And also you can find many bars, restaurants, fast foods and cafes.

This road has many kind of antique furniture stores.

A lot of dancing clubs are there in this road. Most of the customers are foreigners. It becomes very crowded at nights.

This road is gay bar’s road. There are a lot of gay bars. Only guys and transgenders are welcome here.

This road has many high salary restaurants and bars.

Each of the side roads have strong characters. But only one side road has no special character. And most of the commercial shops are closed in this side road. This project’s goal is to solve this problem.

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entrance of Itawon Road


site condition

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The site is located between middle of the Itaewon Road and end of a side road. Almost all of the shops in this side road has been closed because people couldn’t pass through.

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The reason is that there is more than 9m difference between Itaewon Road and this side road. people only can pass through this site using a stair which is part of a building. so it is hard and uncomfortable to go to one road to another.

d Itae won Roa

S id e

Roa

d

Itaewon road

side road

site section

from the side road

from Itaewon road

project concept

the present situation

after this project

Gathering people and cars into this site


program

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clothes shop sports equipment store fast foods ceramic store cafe accessory store Korean restaurant noodle shop supermarket

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+ which is not in Itaewon

2007, Connecting Roads

To gather people, popular programs are required which can be found in the site. And then add various popular programs which is not in Itaewon.

mixing programs

building facade’s direction Almost all of the building’s facades are facing the Itaewon road directly. But there is one building which is different from others. This feature makes people to have interest on this building. So I decided to use this idea.

sample unit core

Too small space is useless. So I suggested a minimum size of the module. After that I chose 3 different size of modules and arranged them in to 15 types.

shop a general shop

10m x 10m

10m x 15m

10m x 20m


layout study

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layout study with 3 different type of modules and PICK the most REASONABLE layout.

open space

break straight line of the building sides

extintion from the next building

various routes between two roads

design detail

Connect two area more naturally.

corner + door Cut corners of the masses to make easier to enter from any side of the building.

It is very important to look through the building to connect two roads which are located on the opposite side. Especially in this project because the main goal of this project is to connect Itaewon road and the side road.

Stairs are located around the building so customers can look around the shop easily while they are going up and down. And also layout of the shop could be more flexible.


site plan

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void

fitting ro om

service

service


plan

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parking lot

under the ground

-parking lot

parking lot

-water tank -sanitation facilities

Basement

-mechanical equipment room

1m

5m

1m

5m

clothes shop

under the ground cafe

-clothes shop -cafe

theater

-theater -information

First floor (side road level)

pathway between 2 roads

outside side road


plan

under the ground

food court

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outside

-food court theater

-theater -open terrace pathway between 2 roads

Second floor

1m

5m

1m

5m

Itaewon road

clothes shop gallery

bar -clothes shop -gallery restaurant

-restaurant -bar pathway between 2 roads

Third floor (Itaewon road level)

side road


section

CB

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D

A

A’

A’

A

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C’D’B’

B’

B

C

C’

D

D’

Process _ modeling


construction detail

a b c d e

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

waterproofing vapour barrier plasterboard open perpend cement screed thermal insulation column gravel

detail a

8 1 6 2

4

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detail b

3

study model

detail c

4

construction system detail d

bearing wall structure

beam

5 1 6 2

wall

slab

3

7 2

column detail e wall

base

material : reinforced concrete structure - underground : Rahmen construction - ground : Box frame construction

column structure

slab

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1


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ventilation, lighting

perspective view

from the side road _ Seoul Tower


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from Itaewon road

from Itaewon road

clothes shop

food court

parking lot

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from the side road


academic _ individual project

2007

Structural system Studio

Extra Works

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This studio was to study about system of structure with modeling an existing building which has openable roof. The model had to be opened itself. So I used fishing gut to open the roof which is hard to see. Through this studio, I could study how to design and plan structural buildings.

site plan

3rd Year Project (march 2007 - June 2007) Tutor _ Sunwoo Park (psw0320@karts.ac.kr)

plan

section


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Extra Works

The roof of the model can open and close itself.


academic _ group project

2008

Urban Hug

Extra Works

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site _ Dongdaemun

Location _ Changsin-dong, Dongdaemun-gu, Seoul, South Korea

office

Program _ residential building (steel structure)

upper floor

This project was to design the steel structure residential building. Our plan was to put new steel structure

community floor

on the existing building which is located in Dongdaemun.

down floor

community floor

4th Year Project (march 2008 - June 2008) my role : designing, CG, drawing(plan) Tutor _ Sunwoo Park (psw0320@karts.ac.kr)

home

office+home


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Extra Works

upper floor

community floor down floor

core system

+ mega truss BELT TRUSS

+ tensile strength

existing building


academic _ group project

Extra Works

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2008

Book fair Saegaesa booth _ Floating paper island

There was a Book Fair in Coex(Korea World Trade Center) in 2008. I and my studio mates participate in designing one of the publishing company’s booth, Saegaesa.

This work’s main aim was to knock down the boundary between the corridor and the booth. We picked up the papers and made paper boxes. After that, we arranged them to be open to the corridor. And then, we displayed books on the paper boxes.

4th Year Project (April 2008 - May 2009) Tutor _ Song Ryul (suparc.seoul@yahoo.co.kr)


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Extra Works


academic _ individual & group project

Extra Works

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2009

Fontainebleau Architecture School Workshop, France

There were courses in architecture and music. It was a very historical workshop for international architecture students. Most of the students were from America and I was the first Korean student who attended that school since it was established in 1921. Every class was held inside the Fontainebleau Chateau and some of the projects were continued with students majored in music. In each week, different topics of the project were presented and there were a few group works and one individual work.

2009 work shop (july 2009 - August 2009) Tutor _ Tom Sheehan, Pablo Lorenzino, Anne Scheou, Antonio Frausto, Phillipe Niez, David Leclerc, Jean-Guy Lecat, Daniel Vaniche, Margaret Gray


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Extra Works

redesigning market place _ group work festival planning _ individual work

Object instrument _ group work (architecture students + music students)

Pavillion of reflection _ individual work


2008 - 2009

Glass Blowing

Extra Works

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I studied Glass blowing for 3 semesters and Glass casting for 1 semester. it was a huge experience to me. Glass is a very interesting material and the products are beautiful and also useful.

4-5th Year Project (march 2008 - June 2009) Tutor _ JunYong Kim

academic _ individual project


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Extra Works


Designgroup Seoga

works


professional _ group project

2010

Sinwol-dong Planning

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site _ Sinwol-dong

Location _ Sinwol-dong, Yangcheon-gu, Seoul, South Korea Program _ townscape

This project was a pilot project of Seoul city which was designing one particular area, Sinwol-dong to make a better scenery and environment. residents in Sinwol-dong also want their hometown, Sinwol-dong to be redesigned. This project has begun on the construction a month ago and it is still under construction.

Designgroup Seoga Project (March 2010 - June 2010) my role : designing, CG, drawing(section, elevation, plan) supervisor : Jae-hak Jung (designseoga@gmail.com)


site analysis

Red buildings are the places where we redesigned the items, such as dumping place, fence, parking lot, signboard, rest place and others.

Designgroup Seoga works

townhouse

apartment

elementary school

commercial

house apartment

town house

commercial

town house townhouse

apartment

townhouse

existing situation

There are a lot of places where redesign is necessary. They are too messy and destroying the scenery of the town.

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public institution


masterplan

_ design by Byoungkuk Na

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Designgroup Seoga works

park park

park

item

repair the fence

hide the building equipments

change the signboard

install the open fence

design the parking lot

design the breast wall

design the rest area

design the dumping place

pave the road

_ design and CG by Byoungkuk Na

dumping place

Dumping place was dirty and hard to maintain the clean condition. So we changed the design.

rest area

Redesign the rest places to be more comfortable and useful plces.

paved road

Existing road was too messy. We designed it to be more simple and clean.


repairing fence

hiding building equipment

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parking lot

There are many building equipments which are not go well with the building. We hided them with fences.

open fence

Put some plants and pave well-designed blocks to be better parking lot. The view of the road was terrible because of the perfectly blocked walls of the houses. Change the walls to be open walls. It makes the view of the road better.

Existing signboards are too messy. We simplified them.

wall

The existing walls were just made concrete. Nothing is on the walls. We put some drawings of the artists who are from Sinwol-dong.

Designgroup Seoga works

There were several fences which need to be repaired. We redesigned them.


professional _ group project

2011

Sangha-dong HOUSE

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site _ Sangha-dong

Location _ Sangha-dong, Giheung-gu, Yongin, South Korea Program _ house

This project was a house for two families. Two couples live in this house. one couple and their daughter’s couple. Each couple wanted their privacy. However, somtimes they wanted to be together. strategy Put parents house on the first floor and put their daughter’s family on the second floor.

Designgroup Seoga Project (February 2011 - August 2011) my role : designing, modeling, CG, drawing(section, elevation, plan) supervisor : Hae-sun Park (designseoga@gmail.com)


site

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Designgroup Seoga works

location of the site

site section

concept father & mother

usually

Usually they live separately. daughter & son-in-law

unusually Sometimes they get together. For example, in holiday, when whole family comes here, they use this house as one big house.

design normal house

rooms

new idea

garret

livingroom

corridor

bedroom

kitchen

Design each room to have differnt heights according to the program of the room.


model study

_ by Byoungkuk Na

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perspective view

section

_ by Byoungkuk Na

_ by Byoungkuk Na

stair case garret bedroom

bath room

corridor

library

kitchen

kitchen

terrace

livingroom

stair case

daughter & her husband’s house

parents house


plan

_ drawn by Byoungkuk Na

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bedroom

kitchen

utility room

Designgroup Seoga works

library bath room

2nd floor 1st floor

main extrance

terrace bath room

dress room

livingroom

corridor

terrace

open to their daughter’s family

bedroom pathway

private area First floor - parents house kitchen

1st floor

kitchen bedroom

closet

bathroom

livingroom

terrace

utility room

kitchen & garret

Second floor - daughter & her husband’s house terrace

livingroom


communication area

This is a terrace on second floor. People can easily see the first floor’s terrace

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each floor’s terrace is a communication area between two families.

communication area

This is a terrace on first floor. People can see second floor’s terrace. Therefore, it can be a communication place between first floor and second floor

construction process


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Designgroup Seoga works


professional _ group project

2011

Gwangju Biennale

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site _ Itaewon

Location _ Gwangju, South Korea Program _ exhibition

We planned 4 booths of Gwangju Biennale, 2011.

Designgroup Seoga Project (June 2011 - September 2011) my role : designing, planning, displaying supervisor : Jae-hak Jung (designseoga@gmail.com)


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2010

Exhibition ‘Correspondence’ _Guyon Jung

There was an exhibition in Ilmin Gallery which is located on the corner of the most historical and huge intersection in Korea. It was about one of the most famous architect in Korea who designed a lot of buildings which were only for ordinary people not rich people. His name was Guyon Jung. He was a teacher of me and my boss, so we decided to plan and design the exhibition of his whole projects to show people about his thoughtful projects.

Designgroup Seoga Project (July 2010 - November 2010) my role : designing, planning, displaying supervisor : Hae-sun Park (designseoga@gmail.com)


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We displayed his library works with movies which were recorded by a famous movie director because his library projects were concentrated on happenings in the library.


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2011

URBAN FOLLY

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site _ Gwangju

It was a competition about temporally folly for Gwangju Biennale, 2011.

Designgroup Seoga Project (December 2010 - February 2011) my role : designing, modeling, CG, drawing(elevation, plan) supervisor : Hae-sun Park (designseoga@gmail.com)


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This folly was expressing an old rampart of Gwangju city. We designed it with long sticks. each sticks have properties - light, bench, bicycle rack- where they are relevant.


professional _ group project

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2010

Medical Research Center at SNU

site _ Seoul National University

It was a competition about Medical Research Center at Seoul National University. My role was assisting and modeling.

Designgroup Seoga Project (December 2010 - February 2011) my role : supporting designing, modeling supervisor : Hae-sun Park (designseoga@gmail.com)


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BYOUNG KUK NA P O R T F O L I O

Byoungkuk Na Portfolio  

Byoungkuk Na Portfolio 2007-2011

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