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O CHONG KWON 2709 E FRESNO

HOLLAND CA 9 3 7 2 6

559.907. 3518 OCHONG532 @ GMAIL.COM

Cal Poly State University San Luis Obispo

- Bachelor of Architecture

2012

San Luis Obispo, CA

2009

College of Architecture and Environmental Design Summer 2009 Catalog [2009] Student News Archive - Azvvrchitecture Department - Cal Poly [2009] ADD9 Annual Publication of the Architecture Department of Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo [2009] Mustang Daily - Cal Poly Students Win Mock Architecture Team Competition 2009’ [2009] 28th San Luis Obispo Public Library Exhibition - A New Information Library [2008] Mustang Daily. San Luis Obispo - Publication as a library of the future [2008]

Chicago Architecture Today - http://www.chicagoarchitecturetoday.com. (Chicago Competition) Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat - http://www.ctbuh.org. (Chicago Competition) Mustang Daily News - http://www.calpolynews.calpoly.edu/news_releases/2009/May/arch-award

Coop Himmelb(l)au

Vienna, Austria

Regency General Contractor

San Jose, USA

Intern Architect - work expericenced on International Projects - 3d modeling, rendering, physical modeling and construction document

Kotas Pantaleoni Architects

Intern Architect - work experienced on commercial and residential projects - 3d modeling, rendering, physical modeling, and construction document

Mark Harold Architects

Intern Architect - work expericenced on residential projects - construction document

1st place in Chicago Mock Firms National Skyscraper Challenge -[2009] - Top Mock Firm Award - Outstanding Model Presentation Award

Cal Poly Student Reconition Certificate 2009’ -[2009] - Honoring Cal Poly students who have gained top recongnition for specific educational efforts in a national or international competition

2011

2009

San Francisco, USA

ON WEBSITE]

Work Status : US Resident

Supervior - manage the time schedule, and advise the work team on job site

[HONORS & AWARDS]

Manhattan, NY

[EXHIBITIONS & PUBLICATIONS]

- Graduate School of Architecture - GSAPP- AAD

[PUBLICATION

Columbia University

2008

Fresno, USA

2006

[COMPUTER SKILL]

[HAND SKILL]

[LANGUAGE]

Auto Cad Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign Rhino 3D - V-ray 3ds Max - Mental-ray Sketchup - V-ray

Watercolor Drawing Collage Hand Drafting Wood working Physical Modeling

Korean English

[SKILL & PRESENTATION]

[EXPERIENCE]

[EDUCATION]

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Portfolio Selected Work 2005’ - 2012’

Columbia University 2012’ - Master’s Degree of Architecture - GSAPP - AAD California Polytechnic State University l San Luis Obispo 2009’ - Bachelor’s Degree Of Architecture

O CHONG KWON 559.907. 3518 OCHONG53@HOTMAIL.COM


Portfolio Selected Work 2005’ - 2012’

Columbia University 2012’ - Master’s Degree of Architecture - GSAPP - AAD California Polytechnic State University l San Luis Obispo 2009’ - Bachelor’s Degree Of Architecture

[CONTENTS] 01 02 03 04 05 06 07

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[Project] - INVERSION WITHIN INVERSION

[Public Event Space]

2012

[Project] - CONTEXTURAL RHIZOME

[IT Office and Mixed use]

2012

[Project] - DYNAMIC SKYSCRAPER

[Skyscraper]

2008

[Project] - TIME TRANSFORMATION INTO SPACE

[History Museum]

2007

[Project] - FUTURE IMAGE OF ALLEY [GOLMOK]

[Mixed use]

2009

[Project] - STRUCTURE FROM ATMOSPHERE

[Installation]

2008

[Professional Work Sample 01] - Coop Himmelblau

[Internship]

2011

[Professional Work Sample 02] - Kotas Pantaleoni Architects

[Internship]

2008

[Professional Work Sample 03] - Mark Harlod Architects

[Internship]

2006

[Resume]


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INVERSION WITHIN INVERSION

[Top View - Physical Model]

[Physical Detail Model]


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Columbia University - GSAPP - AAD

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INVERSION WITHIN INVERSION Instructor: Location: Typology: Terms:

Keith Kaseman Akihabara - Japan Urban Public Event Space Spring 2012

Void and Solid spaces are adaptable, flexible, and functional due to its spaces generated by the form. When solid spaces overlap each others it will create void spaces to have different events to take in place. Void spaces are the result of solid spaces that are parallel, perpendicular and intersect in different directions at different locations. The solid spaces consist permanent programs such as residential, commercial and utility systems. The void spaces consists flexible programs, such as different activities and cultural events that takes place in a different time. The programs are developed to embody the complexity of culture and entertainment of the existing site. It will provide new kinds of invitational spaces to bringing in the community in a complex and dense condition. A system is a result of Void and Solid spaces which will enhance the communication, accessibility, functionality of the place that will energize various events and activities. It will not only improve and activate user spaces and functions but it will also impose new kinds of relationship between the site and the community.

[Concept model 1,2,3,4]

[1]

[2]

[3]

[4]

[Conceptial Site Model]


“ Creating the new urban public space and communication that recharges the quality of social connectivity and interaction within space and community �

[Perspective View from Akihabara Subway Staition]

[Outside Pedestrian View]

[South East Street view towards Akihabara Subway Station]

[Inside Pedestrian View]


[SECT

ION a

[SECT

ION b

[SECTION a - a]

[SECT

ION c

- a]

- b]

- c]

[SECTION b - b]

[SECTION c - c]

[Perspective View towards Public Garden Plaza]


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Contextual Rhizome

[Street View toward IT Office]

[Street View toward Residential]

IT Office

Residential

Education Lab

Commercial

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[Program]

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“The concept of my project is to emphasize how one identity associates and regroups with one and another to redefine their existing identities”

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Columbia University - GSAPP - AAD

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Contextual Rhizome Instructor: Location: Typology: Terms:

Mark Rakatansky Mumbai IT Offoce and Mixed use Summer 2011

[Contextual Rhizome]

Two different living conditions exist in urban India today. The Regulated condition of historical places and Irregulated condition of the rest city. Both particular living conditions act and react with one and another in order to maintain the India condition.

[Key Concept of Project]

My key concept of the project is to carry out this irregularity rhythm of people’s activities into a form of a building. the dynamic and irregular patterns from building fadace and space organization create a wide variety of amenities in the area, thus creating ultimately enrich urban life and preserve the irregular system of the city.

[Concept model 1,2]

[1] [2]

[South East View from Street]


Section b- b

[East Elevation]

Parking Lot

[+3 Level]

IT Office

Parking Lot

[West Elevation]

Commercial, Residential & Education Lab

Section d - d

[North Elevation] [+7 Level] Section f - f

Section h - h

[+12 Level]

[South Elevation]


[Section Drawing - IT Office]

[Section I - I]

[Residential Section Cut]


[3D Section - Commercial Office]

[2D Section - Commercial Office]


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Dynamic Skyscraper

01 Concept study model

01 Process model [Multiplicity]

02 Process model [Complexity 01}

03 Process model [Complexity 02]

04 Process model [Massing]

05 Process model [Final model]

06 Process model [Final section model]


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California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo

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Dynamic Skyscraper Instructor: Location: Typology: Terms:

Stephen Phillips Dubai High Rise Mixed Use Summer 2008

1st place - Chicago Mock Firms National Skyscraper Challenge -[2009]

Dynamic Skyscraper - “The compression of thte exterior form effects the interior spaces through the creation of dynamic regions within the structure that serve to manipulate the flow of people by creating both narrow compressed spaces near the node, and wider spaces the allow for a more leisurely flow”. RESIDENTIAL 2 RESIDENTIAL 1 RESIDENTIAL 3

OFFICE RESIDENTIAL 4 OFFICE 2 RESIDENTIAL 5

OFFICE 3

OFFICE 4

Node more compression

dynamic space

Node

private & circulation

COMMERTIAL

Circulation

less compression

static space

public

EXIBITION

Space SHOPPING

more compression

dynamic space

private & circulation ENTERTAINMENT

Core

Node PUBLIC PARKING

[Concept study]

[Expression diagram]

PRIVATE PARKING

[Front Facade view]


01

02

04

03

[Exploded structure & skin] 01 - Steel bim and floor plate 02 - Steel structure 03 - Inner glass skin 04 - Outer glass skin

04

01

[Interior section view]

02

03

[Sun and air ventilation diagram] 01 - Sun light 02 - Sun light reflection 03 - Cool air 04 - Hot air GLASS FRAME

[Partial Exterior & Interior View of Office Space]

ENTIRE GLASS

PROGRAM DIVISIOIN

PRIVATE SPACE

PUBLIC SPACE

[Interior rendering view]


[Partial Exterior & Interior Section View of Office Space]

[Physical Model]


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The space time continuum

[West Elevation View]

[Perspective View from Sky]

[Front Facade View]


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California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo

The space time continuum Instructor: Joceph Amanzio Location: Los Angeles Typology: Historical Museum Terms: Spring 2007

The space time continuum - The space throughout the museum explores the idea of time distortion. Each time sequence is divided throughout the museum to reprsent different time frame, thus contains different notion of space with different information, and exhibition. The distruption of space and time is bolstered by random structure pattern to effectively create dynamic space continuum S01a

ADMINISTRATION PUBLIC PARK GALLERY 3A GALLERY 2A GALLERY 1A

[Administration]

[Concept Expression Model]

2000’

[Public engage space 2]

2040’

2020’

1920’

1960’

1980’

[Gallery space]

1900’

[Building circulation]v

1940’

[Public engage space 1]

[Concept idea diagram]

[Concept expression diagram]

[Concept study diagram]

[Interior Rendering Images]


Master Plaza

Museum

Public Plaza

[West Elevation]

[East Elevation]

[East Elevation Line Drawing]

[Front Facade Line Drawing]

[Physical model]


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Future image of alley [Golmok]

[Sky View towards Site]


SERVICE PUBLIC PLAZA

NODE 1

GARDEN OFFICE SHOPS NODE 2

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California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo

NODE 3

NODE 4

NODE 6

NODE 5

Future Image of Alley [Golmok]

PUBLIC PLAZA CIRCULATION

Instructor: Location: Typology: Terms:

Eric Nulman San Luis Obispo High Rise Mixed Use Winter 2009’

2009 Research - Future Image of Alley in Urban City

I propose to eliminate social problems such as isolation and disconnectivity by creating spaces (Golmok) to have multifultions. My idea of multifuntional spaces (Golmok) will not only intergrate one space and Another in a urban city, but it will also restore connectivity and interaction between people.

PUBLIC CIRCULATION

12 pm

Due to complexities and limited spaces in urban cities, isolation, seperation, and disconnectivity exist. As a city continues to focus on independent and individualistic uses of space, cities lose the ability to balance the development of space and often stray away from its communal needs.

SEMI PUBLIC PRIVATE

10 am 8 am

2 pm

6 am 4 pm

[Han river]

North

South

6 pm SERVICE

NODE 1

PUBLIC PLAZA GARDEN

116ft.

OFFICE

3D site diagram

SHOPS

71ft.

8 pm

CIRCULATION TUBE

26ft.

13ft. 0ft.

[Case Study Model]

[Site Research]


C

E. SECTION RENDERING (PARTIAL) F. SECTION PERSPECTIVE RENDERING (PARTIAL)

Alley [Golmok] 01

B

GOLMOK

[+1 Level]

[+8 Level]

Alley [Golmok] 02 ol G ok m

ROOF

GOLMOK

C

lle

[A

F

SCREEN

y]

[+2 Level]

Alley [Golmok] 03

[+9 Level]

GOLMOK D

RESIDENTIAL

12th GOLMOK

B

WALL

SKIN

8th OFFICE

Alley [Golmok] 04

[+3 Level]

[+10 Level]

GOLMOK

2nd

STAIR

GROUND

[Ground plan]

A

COMMERCIAL

GOLMOK

PARKING

Alley [Golmok] 05

[+4 Level]

[+11 Level] GOLMOK IS CONSIST OF FENCES AND WALLS THAT USED AS SCREEN, STAIR, WALL, ROOF AND SKIN. FENCES AND WALLS ARE REARTICULATE AND REDEFINE THE GOLMOK.

Parking lot 06 [+5 Level]

[11th floor plan]

[+12 Level]

A

B

[Section view of Golmok]

[Section view of Golmok]

Golmok (alley) is consist of fences and walls that function as a screen, stair, wall, roof, skin and fences. Walls are rearticulate and redefine the Golmok (alley).

A - Public inner golmoc space B - Public golmok space C - Public engage space

C

[+6 Level]

[Partial floor plan]

[+7 Level]

North section

West section


[Detail Physical Model]

[Physical Site and Detail Model]


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[Legato] - Structure from atmosphere

[Final Physical Model]


[Conceopt study] 01 3D perspective image of structure 02 Exploded structure diagram

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California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo

01

[Legato] - Structure from atmosphere Instructor: Location: Typology: Terms:

[Form & skin]

01

[Structure A]

Eric Nulman San Luis Obispo Installation Winter 2008

[Structure B]

[Studio group project]

This installation explored the redfinition of space through the use of a continual surface - A plywood and cloth shell divides the room into two studio critique areas and a private space define by the surface manipulation. The panels create differing light qualities in the two main critique spaces, providing each area with its own identity. Users areencourgaged to walk into and onto the private portion of the installation, accessing the space that is only slightly visible from the entry.

02

02

[Exploded structure & skin]

03 04

[3D night lighting diagram]

[Final design work image]

[Final 3D Rendering Image]

01 Public & private space 02 Public presentation space 03 Engage space 04 Private presentation space

[Top view]

[360 rotation images]

[Rendering image 01]

[Rendering image 02]


[Final Photo Image]


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Professional Experience

Coop Himmelblau Vienna, Austria

Professional Experience I worked closely with the project manager and the senior architects on the commercial, residential and mixed use type projects. I have experienced to work as an individual and also as a team with many different tasks. I worked on 3D computer modeling, CD drawings (plan, section, elevation), physical model making, and also general office work.

[Plaza and Landmark Dalian, Dalian China]

[Physical Model Making]

[Museum of Contemporary Art & Planning Exhibition, Shenzhen, China]

[Letter of Recommandation]


[+ 3 Level]

[Rendering view from sky] - Project | Fair Hall Riva del Garda |

[+ 4 Level]

| Fair Hall Riva del Garda | Project - [Floor

Plan]


[+ 2 Levell]

[Floor Plan] - Project | Fair Hall Riva del Garda |

[Roof Level]

| Fair Hall Riva del Garda | Project -

[Roof Plan]


[Section c-c]

[Section a-a]

[Section Drawing] - Project | Fair Hall Riva del Garda |

| Fair Hall Riva del Garda | Project -

[Rendering view from the street]


Kotas Pantaleoni Architects San Francisco, United State

4'-7 1/2"

Professional Experience

Roof

STAIR PENTHOUSE BEYOND 9'-7 1/2"

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9'-9 1/2"

6th Floor

I worked closely with the project manager and the senior architects on the commercial, residential and mixed use type projects. I have experienced to work as an individual and also as a team with many different tasks. I worked on 3D computer modeling and rendering, CD drawing such as plan, section, elevation, physical model making, and also general office work.

TYPICAL CLEAR ANODIZED ALUMINUM WINDOW METAL DECK RAILING

9'-9 1/2"

5th Floor

PAINTED CEMENT PLASTER

(E) BUILDING. NO WORK

9'-9 1/2"

EXISTING ADJACENT BUILDING. NO WORK.

9'-9 1/2"

3rd Floor

CONCRETE COLUMN

2nd Floor

PAINTED CEMENT PLASTER

15'-0"

CLEAR ANODIZED ALUMINUM STOREFRONT REET

GARAGE DOOR

IRWIN STREET

16TH STREET SIDEWALK 1st Floor

METAL FLASHING

METAL BALCONIES

METAL FIRE ESCAPE LADDER

METAL CAP FLASHING

PAINTED CEMENT PLASTER Roof

9'-7 1/2"

9'-9 1/2"

Roof

Roof

9'-7 1/2"

6th Floor

9'-9 1/2"

9'-9 1/2"

9'-9 1/2"

6th Floor

6th Floor

5th Floor 5th Floor

9'-9 1/2"

FACTORY PAINTED RIBBED METAL SIDING

9'-9 1/2"

9'-9 1/2"

5th Floor

METAL RAILS

9'-9 1/2"

63'-9 1/2"

9'-9 1/2"

63'-9 1/2"

9'-9 1/2"

CEMENT BOARD SIDING

63'-11 1/2"

4th Floor 4th Floor 4th Floor

3rd Floor

3rd Floor

9'-9 1/2"

9'-9 1/2"

9'-9 1/2"

3rd Floor

2nd Floor

EXISTING BUILDING (NO WORK)

2nd Floor

2nd Floor

15'-0"

15'-0"

PUBLIC SIDEWALK

1st Floor

[Rendering Image by Archicad] - Project | 16th Street |

15'-0"

1150

8TH STREET

IRWIN STREET

CONCRETE 16th STREET

1st Floor

1st Floor

| 16th Street | Project -

[Elevation]

63'-9 1/2"

4th Floor

FACTORY PAINTED METAL SHINGLES


IRWIN STREET

(E) SIDEWALK

(E) LOW HEIGHT CONC. WALL W/ FENCE ON TOP

DECK

PROPERTY LINE PROPERTY LINE

PROPERTY LINE

PROPERTY LINE

DN

(E) SHED

DECK STAIR 2

DINING

60'-0"

8 UNIT 16 2 BEDROOM 1327 SF

DINING

(E) ADJACENT STORAGE YARD

KITCHEN 6 UNIT 14 1 BEDROOM 761 SF

REF

LIVING

LIVING

REF

S S

UP

48'-0"

25'-0"

KITCHEN

S S

ADA BATH

W/D

8TH STREET 73'-0" 30'-0"

S S

TYP. (E) STREET TREES

LIGHT COURT

KITCHEN

DN

BALCONY BELOW

STAIR PENTHOUSE UP

(N) CURB CUT

BEDROOM 2 15'-5"x12'-10"

13 UNIT 5 STUDIO 621 SF

BALCONY BELOW

TYP. OF 8 (N) STREET TREES

16'-1 5/8"

BATH

155'-1/2"

2 A.5 (E) STREET SIGNS BUILT UP ROOF

DN

STAIR 2

KITCHEN

ELEVATOR 16 risers 14 treads

ADA BATH

W/D

BEDROOM 12'-6"x11'-0"

W/D

W /D

1 A.5 LIVING

RE F

DINING UNIT 7 15 2 BEDROOM 1367 1357 SF

BEDROOM 2 15'-5"x12'-10"

ALK

ELEVATOR PENTHOUSE

1 A.5

1 A.5

1 A.5

DECK BELOW

PROP.LN.

BATH

DN

ELEVATOR

S

W /D

BEDROOM 1 11'-4"x15'-0"

S

LIVING

EW

16TH STREET

LIGHT COURT

UNIT 13 STUDIO 621 SF

STAIR 1 KITCHEN

SID

TYP. OF 8 (N) STREET TREES

BEDROOM 1 11'-8"x12'-0" BATH

ADA BATH

RE F

ADA BATH

SS

REF

(E )

(E) UTILITY POLE

ADA BATH

ADA BATH BEDROOM 1 11'-3"x13'-0"

STAIR PENTHOUSE

KITCHEN

W/D

UNIT 14 1 BEDROOM 761 SF

19'-4 5/8"

SS

DINING

LIVING

DINING

SS

BEDROOM 2 16'-9"x13'-0"

(E) ADJACENT STORAGE YARD

UNIT 16 2 BEDROOM 1327 SF

BATH

DN

LIGHT COURT

LIVING

REF

STAIR 1

DECK

UP

UP

DN

REF

DECK

25'-7 3/8"

REF

EXISTING REAR YARD

DN

BEDROOM 1 11'-8"x12'-0"

ADA BATH

LIVING

EXISTING SIDEWALK

152'-10 3/8"

ADA BATH W/D

BEDROOM 12'-10"x11'-0"

PROPERTY LINE

W/D

PROPERTY LINE

(E) 1 STORY BUILDING (NO WORK)

KITCHEN S

S

2 A.5

BEDROOM 2 16'-9"x13'-0"

HUBBELL STREET

DINING UNIT 15 2 BEDROOM 1357 SF

BASEMENT PARKING PLAN

LIVING

BALCONY

[+ 3 Level]

[Floor Plan] - Project | 16th Street |

[+ 0 Level]

[Roof Level]

[Roof Plan w/ Site]

| 16th Street | Project -

[Floor Plan]


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Professional Experience

Mark Harold Architects Fresno, United State

I worked colosely with the senior Architects on the commercial, residential projects, and I worked as a cad drafter during the internship.

[+ 0 Level Site Plan]

[Site Plan] - Project | Attacl Towing Office |

[+ 0 Level w/ site]

| Residential Housing | Project -

[Floor Plan]


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