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DONGWOO SHIN Curriculum Vitae

CONTACT INFORMATION E-mail: dw.t.shin@gmail.com Mobile: +31 (0) 6 47 56 46 81 Harmenkokslaan 11, 2611 TN, Delft, The Netherlands

CREDENTIALS Academic 2017 M.Sc. Architecture Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands 2013 B. Arch. Architecture University of Ulsan, South Korea (Republic of Korea)

EDUCATION Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands Master of Science in Architecture. Specialized in Architecture and Public Building. University of Ulsan, Ulsan, S. Korea Bachelor of Architecture, 5-years professional degree Final Course Ranking: 1/50, Final CGPA: 3.64/4.50, Percentage: 90.06% Architectural Association School of Architecture, Seoul, S. Korea AA Visiting School in Seoul Seoul Architecture Forum, Seoul, S. Korea Summer School University of Shiga Prefecture, Japan International Workshop

Sep. 2015 - Jul. 2017 Mar. 2005 - Feb. 2013

Aug. 2014 Jul. 2014 Sep. 2010

PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE OHL + ARCHITECTS

Feb. 2013 – May 2014

Seoul, Republic of Korea

OHL+ Architects is a design firm based in Seoul, South Korea. The firm operates in the fields of contemporary architecture, urban design, and small facility projects. OHL design projects have earned commissions at national and international level for Mixed-use complex, and dwellings. I participate in projects for two complex projects and a dwelling. Tasks included: Pre-design, schematic design, research, design development, presentation drawings, and construction documents. • Architectural Designer   Mixed-Use : Complex of Gongdeok Harrington Square in Seoul, Korea. - Schematic Design, Design Development Residential : Master plan and residential design in Gyonggi-do, Korea. - Schematic Design

May 2013 – May 2014

• Internship   Mixed-Use : Master plan for Bengbu Smart City R&D Center and Industrial Park in China. - Schematic Design

Feb. 2013 – May 2013

DMP ARCHITECTURE

Jan. 2012 – Feb. 2012

Seoul, Republic of Korea

I worked for two months in the office as an intern, participating in two competition works. Tasks included: Research, model making, presentation drawings, and presentation to the team. • Internship   Public : Kim Daejung Convention Center in Guangju, Korea. - Competition Education : Ewha Women’s University R&D Center in Seoul, Korea. - Competition


TEACHING EXPERIENCE • GUEST CRITIQUE    Invited in studio critique for Faculty of Interior and Spatial design in School of Architecture, University of Ulsan.

Jul. 2015

• VOLUNTEERING    Volunteered for the city architects association at a workshop tutoring primary-school students to build architecture model.    Regularly gave tutorials to a class room of high-school students about spatial design per month.

Oct. 2012 2011

PUBLICATION AND EXHIBITION Dongwoo Shin. “Projection of Life.” The Conscious Corporate Image in Futuristic Housing Facade. The AA Visiting School, Songdo, Seoul. http://korea.aaschool.ac.uk/pages/studentwork.html, http://www.blurb.com/books/5713531-aa-vs-seoul-2014

Sep. 2014

“Emerging Corporate Territories” at Songdo, Korea, with the subject of ‘The Conscious Corporate Images.’

Aug. 2014

SKILLS AND OTHER INFORMATION I am fluent in following skills: • • • • •

Design Research Excellent ability to work in a team and capacity for flexibility to reach consensus Architectural Design and Construction Drawing Model Making Digital Fabrication: Laser cutting and 3-D printing

• Design Software: Rhinoceros (Very good), Revit Architecture (Very good), Sketch Up (Very good), V-Ray (Good),   

   Autocad (Very good), Adobe Suite (Very good at InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop). •  Languages    English    Korean

Fluent Mother tongue

  Experience

  Republic of Korea Navy Reserved - Korean Coast Guard   Seaman, honorably discharged with two years and two months active duty.

NAMES OF REFERENCES Dr. Marc Schoonderbeek (Master thesis first mentor at TU Delft)        

Director ‘Border Conditions & Territories’ group Room: 01.Oost.430 Email: M.G.H.Schoonderbeek@tudelft.nl Phone: +31 639 250 929

Dr. Sang Lee, RA (Master thesis advisor, and design instructor at TU Delft)        

University Docent 1 Room: 01.Oost.430 Email: s.lee@tudelft.nl Phone: +31 6 5084 9390

YoungMin Lee, KIA (Prior supervisor at office, and adjunct professor at University of Ulsan)   Design Principal  OHL+Architects   Email: minarc@naver.com   Work Phone: +82 2 2058 1997, 8

Apr. 2006 - May 2008


The Architecture of Suspension Mentor team: Marc Schoonderbeek, Pierre Jennen, Oscar Rommens, and Sang Lee Type: Public - Learning Center for Cognitive Impairments Site: Morarilor, Bucharest, Romania Building Footprint: 9,336 m2

Academic Work TU Delft 2017 Master Thesis

Bucharest, the Romanian capital, is growing fast and sporadically forming an urban fabric of surplus, the void, within the city. Socio-political tension, emerging from the conflict arising from differing speeds of development, becomes projected in the interstices between the void and the neighborhood as border conditions. Morarilor in Bucharest reveals its emergent spatial conditions as huge urban voids, a result from the city changing and expanding. The architecture of suspension, departing from an understanding of suspension from the root word ‘suspense,’ is manifested as an architectural equivalent based on heterogeneity of spatial quality, materialization, and tectonics. A re-reading of such socio-political tension challenges conventional perspective of urban contexts and transforming the non-conventional gaze of the urban periphery into speculative spatial practice. The project then becomes an exploration of human perception in the space: plurality, ambiguity, and density simultaneously. The architecture of suspension operates at the in-between as “seam spaces”. These are imagined as bundles of infinite walking paths diverging and converging at bifurcations, proposed in a Contemporary Learning Centre for Dementia and Amnesia. Different types of learning spaces are designed to densely overlap, visually merging without regard to boundaries. Such spatial characteristic encourages patients’ aimless wandering and intruding into learning spaces unexpectedly so that it can also be shown as a suspense in architecture from conventional perspective. New Learning Center for Dementia is projecting its less institutionalized characteristic on the public realm. The architecture is overthrowing hierarchy of conventional spatial organizations and challenging to what architecture and space should be by controlling in urban design research and process.


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2.5 D Model Mapping - Architectural Suspension in Urban Range The Range Suspension mapping in the research becomes a particular urban analysis that is free from a conventional point of view of cartography. Rather than merely representing and re-tracing the phenomena of Morarlior with common drawing technique, the mapping exploring fields of Morarlior is opening up an index of future possibilities, having constellations of elements, and having the openness to different types of spatial depth as voids as spatial characteristics. The cartography of range suspension was created via a series of an improvisational act of drawing: folding the canvas, spreading graphite on the folded canvas, tapping the canvas randomly to break certain forms of the cloud of graphite that were organized by the direction of spreading. Focusing on the initial inspiration from the drawing, as intensity or density, the mapping hovers between imagination and consideration of the real at the same time: 1) detaching particular value from the locality, 2) implementing uncontrolled approach into designing a political apparatus as an institution which is less institutionalized allowing for spatial practice.

Range Suspension

A bundle of terms derived from mapping comprises the thematic framework of the project: “directionality”, “force”, “field”, “density”, “slowness”, “complexity”, and “ambiguity”. These induce the idea of perforation as design methodology in the project.


2D - Mapping: 3D Theoretical Model: Assemblage

Hitchcock Suspension

Physical Suspension Research collaboration with Alvin Chew Yuwei


Eccentric Cylindrical Space Emergent above the Design Research 3D - Finding spatial and architectural equivalent by implementing assemblage theory and theoretical model making.


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Underground Floor Plan: Intensive care of Dementia

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The Architecture of suspension in-between Sense of Protection and Seam-like Space

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These particular routines of people with dementia ignite speculation on the idea of slowness with elongated walking spaces in the architecture, establishing spatial quality that library, class, collective housing, and clinic are restrained in cylindrical spaces in order to give people the mental image of protective therapeutic space.

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The enclosed learning spaces can delineate combination of the different types of the learning process. Architectural ambiguity emerges when more than two confined cylindrical spaces are overlapped with each, suggesting an open ending story about the circular spatial experience without particularly prescribed directionality. Space like seam can be delineated as overlapping but detaching quality and property of spaces at the same time in architecture and urban level. These atypical ambiguities in the architecture are taking place as simultaneously considering the conflict of different programmatic compositions in the area.

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Longitudinal Isometric View and Section In urban level, seam-like space as suspension operates strongly on subtle boundaries inbetween the architecture and neighboring areas. The ward for demetia projects intriguing border line image as it represents urban space for public garden in public space for visual.

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Plinth element 50mm Insulation 80 mm Water proofing 2 mm In situ concrete wall 220mm


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Floor construction Planting Cypress Vegetation Soil 1000mm Waterproofing 7mm Thermal insulation 200 mm Vapour barrier Concrete slab 200 mm Learn concrete 50mm

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Elongated Corridors - space for wandering Metalic surfaces in walking spaces can emphasize the space which is elongated infinitely. The material reflects a dim mirrored images of overlapped spaces, walkers, and indoor activities, creating a nonconventional internal ambience of the institution.


Space for Aimless Wandering

In walking aimlessly as medical symptoms, people with cognitive impairments can intrude into every single learning spaces equally from any directions, in order to access information.


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Learning Space at Bifurcation In architecture level, the suspense tells us about continuous diverging and converging of learners at circular learning spaces are significant characteristics occurring when there are no clear demarcation and hierarchy defined by a conventional spatial organization.


Winter Facade Facade, an architectural element, is an agent playfully operating in Romanian winter. Perception of the horizontal indented facade, exerted by mental image of complex learning spaces inside the architecture which is elongating continuously, provides the neighboring areas with curious impression on programs of the new learning center, and allows adjusted natural lights in the architecture in order for building less sensitive environments for the mysterious reality of people with dementia.

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Public Space and Private Garden for Dementia

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Sound Scape Tutor: Dr. Sang Lee Type: Public, Culture - Pavilions for recreation Site: Adlershof, Berlin, Germany Building Footprint: Big: 49 m2, Medium: 25 m2, Small: 5.2 m2

Academic Work TU Delft 2016

The proposal concerns itself with the creation of an original audible human experience in internal space. The architecture of modest scale will be distributed over the center square of the gigantic science and technology park of Adlershof, Berlin. Actions by users inside the pavilion produce enigmatic noises, which then consequently influence the spatial experience and ability of creativeness. As a physical aspect, movable sound instruments can be able to change its position on the small public square, creating scenic effects from outside for visual and a particular internal stream when all pavilions are synchronized. Not only creating curious sounds and effects, but also the architecture designed by diverged performative descriptions as suspending, and tying can lead us to a speculation on unexpected level changing of internal spaces when the gazeboes are utilized by people. As property, the idea of elastic floor influencing on human spatial perception shall be registering very opposite quality comparing with the static ambience of the science park of Adlershof.


Ego-Centric Mapping: Site and Static Field of Adlershof Science and Technology Park


Dependency diagram: Existing Sound installations, memory, and site


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Ball playing -Jumping Trampoline -Crawling Artificial sound source -Talking

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Loud Noise level: 70-90dB

Big size pavilion: 6 - 9 people

Net climbing -Sitting Balloon -Climbing Artificial sound source -Listening Moderate Noise level: 50-70dB

Middle size pavilion: 3 - 5 people

Small size pavilion: 1 - 2 people

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Soft Noise level: 50-70dB


Big Size Pavilion Plan - jumping, arguing, crawling, talking, and listening Scale: 1/50

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Middle Size Pavilion Plan - sitting, climbing, and listening Scale: 1/50 a. Net Climbing b. Balloon c. Artificial Sound Source

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Outside recreation and formalizing As the small pavilions only accommodate one or two people to meditate, there is less spatial challenging than the other two types. However, with specific corner design of small pavilions, visitors can create playful spaces inside and outside to enjoy as they are assembling each unit.


Perspective Section Collage Scale: 1/100


Ornament as Spatial Experience Tutor: Peter Koostra Type: Public - Roof Extension Site: Gemeente Museum, Den Haag, The Netherlands Building footprint: 875 m2

The re-proposal for a new extension in the courtyard of the Gemeente Museum Den Haag designed by H.P Berlage aims to provide a vivid spatial perception to people inside the semi-public space. The time-honored museum’s atmosphere shows magnificence when people look around both the internal and external spaces. However, as an architectural element, the dry ambience of the court yard by existing roof structure recently added, which have been restructured once as now it is, seems to less stimulate users spatial experience as an unusual event to go to the museum. As an ornament, the new roof extension allows for such aspects needed for the communal spatial quality that the architectural element represents the beauty of architectonic, materialization, and spatial characteristics unconventionally.

Academic Work Elective Course TU Delft 2016


Courtyard Perspective

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1 to 100 Model of Roof-Top Material solution of Roof-Top


Structure Module Test : 3D Printed


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Center Square: 33M X 33M

Basic Structure Module

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Components and Connections for Structural Tolerance

Center joint

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Technical Study of Modular Structure

16mm double glazed windows

200 x 145mm Steel Secondary structure #2, Copper galvanized

Perforated Steel plate THK 3mm, Bronze galvanized

Steel attachment on the secondary #1 to support the secondary #2, Bronze galvanized

200 x 145mm Steel Secondary structure #1, Copper galvanized

400 x 400mm Steel Primary structure, Copper galvanized

400 x 400mm Steel column head, Copper galvanized

Ø 420 x 50mm Steel hinge , Bronze galvanized Ø 220 Pre-fabricated concrete column, pigmented Ø 845 Concrete column base, pigmented


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Frog-eyes View of Roof Extension

The starry sky of Gemeente Museum’s atrium at night. New roof extension should be able to convey certain levels of spatial quality of exposition spaces and sensitivity by surroundings, better understanding poetic contexts, to users instead of being merely rational, in terms of ornament.


The Conscious Corporate Images Tutor: Beomkwan Kim, Jin Kim Site: Song-Do, Free Trade Area, South Korea Type: Futuristic Apartment’s Facade AA Visiting School In Seoul. 2014

Academic Work AA Visiting School 2014

The towers existed as a structure oriented in the past, but the development of technology allowed the freedom of façade: Rather than showing off corporation image and the power with fancy façade, the project proposes a facade that the façade that projects the section of life in order to create a communication between inside the building and the city.


Projection of Life The pure elements such as structure, program, and facade are treated the same and will be organized in a different hierarchy to project different life of internal facade to the external.

Isometric View of Division of Residential Volumes

Section of Life through Louvered Facade


Water Route in the Harbor Instructor: Yonghyun Yu Type: Public/ Institution (Yacht School) Site: Ulsan, South Korea Building Footprint: 7,000.20 m2

Academic Work University of Ulsan 2012 Bachelor Thesis


Through this project “Water Route in the Harbor,” I proposed a Yacht school and Marina in Ulsan Jinha Beach, Korea, to respond to the changing era and conserve the values of the original town. The site was a southern fishery town, and a huge fancy marina is currently being built next to the town. With this change, the residents’ fishing jobs and scenic location would no longer be valid. Massive exploitation is expected after the completion of the marina. On the one hand, life spans have been extended through advancements in medicine and technology, so we have an aging society, a new era of “Homohundred.” This shift makes people desire for a secondary education and greater well-being in life after retirement. Such town shift is also connected to the loss of jobs among residents who are engaged in fishing. For this reason, I designed a yacht school that would provide opportunities for changing society to both locals and tourists. The architecture becomes new waterscape that a specific logic, actual yacht courses, merged into programmatic organization evokes the different perception of maritime space which is unfolding along piers and decks vis-a-vis bent yacht courses. Using the benefits of the harbor environment, it was a change of landscape to implement the courses that included a program to promote the new harbor’s functions to be utilized in future. The waterway can reproduce actual yacht courses for training, and the school’s programs along the waterway provide beautiful and harmonious vistas to users, both inside and outside the buildings.


Middle Deck View - public space Implementing Actual Yacht Courses

45˚-90˚-45˚ Direction Change

Perspective View of Pier and Waterscape

360˚ Rescue

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View of Yacht School Craft Class and Pier toward the Sea


Allocated Sqaures Professor: Myounghee Yoo, email: bbleu@ulsan.ac.kr Type: Public - Renovation Site: Ulsan, Korea Building footprint: 1450 m2

Academic Work University of Ulsan 2010

As part of intervening the emptiness of wastelands, a collective farm-work came into being spontaneously among local people. As a ruin, the abandoned skyscraper laid out as a mixed-use once has risen in-between public and private territories for a decade in the neighborhood, remaining skepticism of the way how to transform the terrain vague into a field of community. Internalizing the characteristic of the public squares distributed over the neighborhood is an analogical way to spatialize fragmented urban fabrics in the city in order to create a unique architectural quality for the abandoned skyscraper. What could be projected onto the new image of the urban decay is, therefore, an accumulation of public squares that can be able to provide people with different spatial experience and perception regarding neighboring area’s behavior of cultivation.


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Empty Spaces Total: 4,513m2

There have been a growing number of wastelands as the city is expanding its size faster than ever at the urban periphery. And such abandoned places are now observed and utilized as kitchen gardens by residents. These pocket lands tend to gather people around it to do farm work together in the context of the neighborhood. An accumulation of the public gardens is a metaphor for facilitating new architectural sensibility of the urban decay in the neighboring area.


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Nature and the Built Environment are juxtaposed with the internal view at the 7th floor.


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Two perspectives of the 7th floor in day and night. The architecture can provide residents with a sense of community in the sky kitchen garden. Also, the architecture alludes to the creation of a perpetual image of public space at the urban periphery that the skyscraper particular was once for production and supply.


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Museum for Promenade Tutor: YongMin Lee Type: Museum, Cultural Center Site: Ulsan, South Korea Building Footprint: 1,300 m2

Academic Work University of Ulsan 2010

The studio was given a site on a gentle hill, adjacent to the Ulsan Park, in Ulsan, Korea. The site condition already conflicted with surrounding complexity of the neighborhood: residential area, commercial buildings, and government offices. I intended to suggest a pedestrian promenade that became integrated within the landscape while keeping a sense of complexity in museum’s programs. The Architecture, observed from the park, floats up over the landscape of the neighboring area, casting an anchor-like ramp and stairs, while from street view, the museum reveals a strange envelope. The program is composed of three different functions: museum, handcraft center, office. Allowing for innovative spatial representation from an inspiration of art enabled the architecture has a particular distribution of the programs. Such programmatic mixture called for a strategy of urban disjunction that incorporates a certain degree of improvisation and allows for intuitive spatial composition. The unique insertion was explored by a multifaceted spatial representation that can evolve into essential elements in museum spaces: stairs, ramp, wall, depth, and uncertainty. The multifaceted volume operates as an amalgam in-between the resident and the visitor, in-between rational and irrational, and in-between the bureaucracy and leisure.


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Creating a pure spatial representation in object level is to explore profound architectural possibilities. Victor Vassarely’s Optical Art Color depth

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The spatial representation is transformed by programmatic and pragmatic concerns in architecture. The interest of the project is focusing on how architecture operates within a spatial field of conflicts; and how implemented representation have resulted in specific spatial conditions.


Mixed-Use Complex of Gongdeok Harrington Square Role: Architectural Designer Date: Jul.2013 - May.2014 Type: Mixed-use Site: Mapo-Gu, Seoul, Korea

Structure: R.C, S.C Total floor area: 63,540.63 m2 Floors: A block: 24 stories, B block: 8 stories, C block: 3 stories Status: Completed in 2017

A strong relationship between elevation, structure, and programs come to B Block Elevations the surface allowing for city contexts nearby the transit-oriented building. The mixed-use complex has been designed with a clear glass facade to gain a unified image of different programs such as hotel, office, restaurant, mall car parking, and subway platform. The design team was selected and fully committed to conceal predesigned mega structures of A and B blocks taken place by the unstable underground conditions behind the curtain wall system. Perspective from Main Road

C Block Elevations

Bird’s Eye View

Professional Work OHL Architects Architect in Charge: YoungMin Lee, email: minarc@naver.com Design Phase Involved: S.D, D.D


Alt A

B Block and Public Spaces

Commercial Programs on Ground Level and Public Spaces


3,600 3,600 7,200

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Hotel Room

4,500

4,500

Restaurant Floor above Machine Room

Office


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COMPRESSION PANEL

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PHENOLIC FOAM

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Hotel Commercial Program

7th Floor Level

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Vertical Cross Cut Detail: Fin attached on mullion/ 24mm Vision Glass/ Aluminum Transom/ THK 130 Insulation for protective layer/ Bracket on Concrete Floor

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COMPRESSION PANEL

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Horizontal Cross Cut Detail: Fin attached on mullion/ 24mm Vision Glass/ THK 130 Insulation for protective layer/ Bracket on Concrete Floor


A Block Fourth Floor Plan - Office

A Block Eighth Floor Plan - Hotel Restaurant

Office, storage, duct room, E.V., staircases, toilets.

Restaurant, kitchen, lounge, meeting rooms, laundry, E.V., staircases, toilets.

Main Section

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B Block Sixth Floor Plan - Convention Center Convention, banquet, office, meeting room, concierge, hall, vestibule, toilets, E.V., staircases.

B Block First Floor Plan - Commerce Commerce, car parking, hall, vestibule, toilets, E.V., staircases.

Programs

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Commerce Hall Entrance to Subway Station Office Hotel room B.O.H Machine Room Store Restaurant Hotel Room Duct Room Fan Room

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A Master plan for Mountainous Dwellings Role: Architectural Designer Date: Jan.2014 - May.2014 Type: Dwelling Site: Yang-pyung, Korea

Site plan

Structure: R.C, S.C Total floor area: 8,099.17 m2 Floors: Type A: 3 stories, Type B: 2 stories, Type C: 3 stories Status: In progress

OHL Architects Architect in Charge: YoungMin Lee, email: minarc@naver.com Design Phase Involved: S.D

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The design team proposed a new master plan for residences in the mountainous area in South Korea, which provide residents with clustered public spaces to create a strong sense of community. The residential village has particular divisions between dwellings so that each cluster composes of three houses over the whole site plan. The architecture itself shows different life styles in terms of heterogeneity of plan and section types; two - stories dwellings face with three - stories dwellings continuously in the master plan.


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3150

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3150

First Floor FL=GL.+3,150

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West Elevation


Bengbu Smart City R&D Center and Industrial Park Role: Architectural Designer Date: Feb..2013 - May.2014 Type: Mixed-Use Site: Bengbu, Anhui, China

Structure: R.C, S.C Total floor area: 63,540.63 m2 Footprint: Ablock: 74,310 m2, Bblock: 158,155 m2, Cblock: 47,881 m2 Status: In progress

OHL Architects Architect in Charge: YoungMin Lee, email: minarc@naver.com Design Phase Involved: S.D

A Block Perspective

Urbanization

Urbanization highlighted on agenda of 2013 economic work

The country will center its efforts on improving the quality of urbanization, while using favorable conditions to actively guide the healthy development of the process.

B Block Perspective

The country will work to build cities with more rational layouts, making them more fit for regional and industrial layouts, as well as resources and environmental conditions.

C Block Perspective

A–地块

A Block

B Block

B-3

B-2 B-1

C Block

C–地块

B–地块 Site Plan 0

50 M


A Block Public Entrance View

B Block Courtyard View C block Public Entrance View


Kim Dae Jung Convention Center Extension Role: Internship Date: Feb.2012 - Mar.2012 Type: Convention Site: GwangJu, Korea

Structure: R.C, S.C Total floor area: 63,540.63 m2 Footprint: Ablock: 74,310 m2, Bblock: 158,155 m2, Cblock: 47,881 m2 Status: Completed

DMP Architecture Design Phase Involved: Competition


Role: Internship Date: Jan.2012 - Feb.2012 Type: R & D Center Site: Seoul, Korea

Structure: R.C, S.C Total floor area: 63,540.63 m2 Footprint: Ablock: 74,310 m2, Bblock: 158,155 m2, Cblock: 47,881 m2 Status: Completed

DMP Architecture Design Phase Involved: S.D


Freelancing Role: Designer & 3D Visualizer Date: May.2013 - Aug.2013 Type: Housing, Commerce, and Retail Site: Seoul, Korea

Housing

Commerce

Atelier d’Architecture Han / A.d’A.H Architect in Charge: KwangHoon Han Design Phase Involved: S.D


Retail


Miscellaneous Spatial Exploration through Drawing to Model Making

Density and Range I

Density and Range II

Mapping/ Notation System/ 2D Pencil Drawing, Pointillism

Mapping/ Spreading/ 2D Graphite on Folded Canvas

Discontinuity

Density and Range III

Overlaying/ Tying/ Engraving/2.5D Acrylic, Steel, String and Canvas

Perforating/ Assemblage/2.5D Sponge, Wood, and Sandpaper


Discontinuous Surface

Suspending I

Perforating/ Penetrating/ 3D Wooden-strip and Cardboard

Suspending/ Penetrating/Tying/ 3D Wooden-strip, Steel, Fabric, and Spring

Multifaceted Space

Suspending II

Folding/ Pulling/ Pushing/ 3D Cardboard and Acrylic

Suspending/ 3D String, Spring, Acrylic, and Gypsum


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