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Portfolio Selection Academic & Professional Work

Candidate May 2018

Master of Architecture 1 Syracuse University

Seokhyung Hong


Contents Academic Work

01 02 03 04

Syracuse, NY

Winery and Brewery Fingerlake, NY

House 2.5D Grid Structure

2.5D Gas Station Mat Urbanism - Pattern

05

Reclaiming publicness in urban space

06

Office + Housing

07 Professional Work

Office + Research Center

08 09 10

_Taking to the street

Mix use program

Melting the Candle in Catholic Mass Architectural approach for Ceramic Urn

MunlyBrown Studio&Ashley McGraw Architects Syracuse University Catholic Center

SAMOO Architects & Engineers Muju Taekwondo park 2010

SPACE Group_Architecture Noryangjin fisheries wholesale market 2009


01

Office + Research Center

Comprehensive Design Studio, Syracuse, NY


Automatic Window Automatic Louver Exhuast Fan Radiant Panel for Heating

Louvered grate Fresh Air Supply from smart floor

Heated Fresh Air

Winter Heating Strategy

Ventilation in Summer

Reflective Louver

Reflective Board

Reflective Board

Louver Facade

Louver Facade

Reflective Board

Louver Facade

Sun-light in Summer

Sun-light in Winter


02

Winery and Brewery

Design Studio Work, Fingerlake, NY

Equipment Dimensions

5.6

6.9

Automatic Punch Down/Pumpover Fermenter 6800 L

Barrel room

Horizontal Membrance Press (Fermented Grapes Capacity) 5200 lbs

Settling Tank 7000 L

Settling Tank 8000 L

Settling Tank 10500 L

Filter System

4.1

Slovenian Oak Round Cask 1000 L

Bottle Filler 10500 L

Bottle Corker

3.3

1.4 6.3

4.2

7.9

Gallery

Tasting room

3.0

4.9

3.5

11.2

Selling Store

6.2

11.5

Office

6.8

6.1

5.9

6.6

6.8

Parking Reception

Capper

Barrel room Glass Storage

Glass Storage

Glass Storage

Case goods

62.6

Barrel room

Room Dimensions

Bottling

20.3

108.3

7.9 76.8

20.2

29.2

37.4

21.5

32.3

5.5

4.9

67.5

87.4

4.9

Loading dock

Settling & Filtering

Fermentation

Crushing

Pressing

DeStemming

Assignment 2: Abstract Machine Group 3 Professor Pelicano Vertical Studio | Summer 2015

Fermentation

Settling & Filtering

Barrels

Bottle Filer, Corker & Capping


03

House 2.5D

Grid Structure

House X’ “The more architecture mutates, the more it confronts its immutable core” Rem Koolhaus, S,M.L.XL (New York: Monacelli Press, 1998), xix. Using and building upon the techniques of controlled manipulation which we began to evolve during the project, This project called to create architectonic volumes. To achieve this aim, I took a brief look at the diagramming strategy the Peter Eisenman employed during the design of his House X project. Extrapolating from these techniques and constraints, this work evolved their own strategy for the mutation and manipulation of a set of simple primitives to produce volume and ‘mass.’ It was also asked to evolve a new relationship to ‘ground’ as their volumes evolved towards something we might begin to consider architectural.


04

2.5D Gas Station

Design Studio_Mat Urbanism - Pattern

Mat Urbanism : The Thick 2-D Mat building is characterized by active interstitial spaces, where matter shapes and channels the space between things, leaving room for the unanticipated. The boundary is indeterminate and if imagined as an urban experience, the building could never be perceived as a whole. In mat configurations, section is not the product of stacking(discrete layers, as in a conventional building section) but of weaving, warping, folding, oozing, interlacing, or knotting together.

-Stan Allen


05

Reclaiming publicness in urban space Downtown, Syracuse

Reclaiming publicness in urban space _Taking to the street Arendt presents public realm as a place of action by people. She explains this idea with an illustration of Agora as community and where an opportunity for action is given, through which political life is established. Also, in her writing Public Rights and Private interests, she claimed what is necessary for the public realm is that it be shielded from the private interests which have intruded upon it in the most brutal and aggressive form. Political expression and activity are the core functions of public space. The place for publicity should be played as an area where people in civil society can communicate and interact with each other, as well as where social, political expressions and activities, social learning, and exchange are freely made. In order to revive the publicity, this paper would propose the city as urban bases where citizens will be able to implement what they wish to in their own way. It is only through such a space that citizens can meet and communicate with each other. Such space, not just an empty space, is important factor of the publicity. Carmona and Heath argue that the public realm, which includes the concept of public space, has three functions(ideally). The first function is to play as a square where political expressions and activities can be presented, the second is to play as a space for communication and interaction in civil society, and finally, it functions as a place where social learning and exchange are made. 1 H. Arendt, The Human Condition, 1958 2 Carmona, Heath, Public Place, Urban Space, Oxford, 2003

As presented in the documentary ‘The Square’, public space as an infrastructure that plays a social and political role in the city is still important. Therefore I have response to the public space that citizens are re-claim their publicness. It could be start with the architectural way from the urban open space. Which are building solid wall, non-occupied urban open space, government office buildings. My intervention is an architectural response to the notion of “taking to the street” which is typically associated with political unrest or in its extreme, revolution. As a physical infrastructure for political discourse, the proposed apparatus seeks to support everyday social and political exchange - a persistent “taking to the streets”. Its presence alters the spatial experience of the urban street and seeks to promote a more participatory public realm.


Downtown, Syracuse : along State St., between Mc Carthy Ave and Harrison


06

Office + Housing

Constuction Studio Work, Seoul, Korea


07

Ritual Melting Progress the Candle in Catholic Mass Architectural approach for Ceramic Urn

Ritual Progress

Introductory Rites 1.1.Introductory Rites

2. Liturgy of the Word

2. Liturgy of the Word

3. Liturgy of the Eucharist 3. Liturgy of the Eucharist (Eucharistic Prayer) (Eucharistic Prayer)

Combined Candle jar In assignment 2, I began with the objects of the candlestick and candleholder to make the plaster mold. The lighting of the candle, its becoming meaningful through the flame, was indirectly represented with the passage of time through the thickness of the slipcast candle. While the Candle is burning, the candlestick becomes lighter in mass as it is converted into light. In the cast object, this relationship is represented inversely. The longer the mold is filled with liquid slip, the thicker and heavier the mass of the cast candle becomes. This can been seen in the cross section of the candle lid.

Assignment 2 : Combined Candle Jar

Candle / Candle Stick

Flame Combined Candle and Candle Stick

Melting the wax (Symbol of Jesus sacrifice) Flame Meaning of the Flame “I am the light of the world”

Candle Stick

Candle

Combined Jar

4. Liturgy of the Eucharist 4. Liturgy of the Eucharist (The Lord's Prayer) (The Lord’s Prayer)

5. Concluding Rites 5. Concluding Rites


Plaster mold

Slip casting

Ritual progress

Applying the ritual in slip casting mold

Slip mold


Bunch of candles In assignment 3, I also directly used the candlestick and the candle holder as the form for the plaster mold. Cast in ceramics, they created two distinctive types of void, the void of the candle holder and the voids of the candlestick. The change in thickness of the cast additionally produced different formal relationships between the voids of the candlestick and candleholder. Just as the candlestick is shortened over time in the ritual due to the flame, the voids of the candlestick become shortened with the accumulation of time due to the growing material thickness.

Progress of Ritual

Morphological change of the candle when ritual progress with time

Applying time ow of ritual

Morphological change


Plaster mold

Slip casting

Ritual progress

Applying the ritual in slip casting mold

Slip mold


08

Syracuse University Catholic Center, Syracuse, NY Munly Brown Studio / Ashley McGraw Architects

Co_work with Ashley McGraw Architects Professor Ted Brown Contribution: Craft Modeling, Planning, Drawing, 3D modeling May. 2017 - Aug. 2017 (Syracuse, NY) Site: Syracuse University Catholic Center, Syracuse, NY


Render Image by Ashley McGraw Architects


New Construction @ 9,380 gross (exterior)

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50

100

N

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New Construction @ 10,777 gross (exterior)

10

50

Plan Drawing by Professor Ted Brown

100

N

0


SUCC_South Elevation


SUCC_East Elevation_Main Entrance

Scale 1/16" = 1'0"


09

Muju Taekwondo park, Korea SAMOO Architects & Engineers

Co_work with Design office 1 Jongho, Jinyong, Kyungwon, Seungki Contribution: Craft Modeling, Planning, 3D modeling June. 2009 - Aug. 2009 (176 Jamsilbon-dong, Songpa-gu, Seoul) Site: Muju-eup, Muju-gun, Jeonbuk, Korea


10

Noryangjin fisheries wholesale market, Seoul, Korea SPACE Group_Architecture

Collaboration with Design part 2 Sungmin, Jaewon, Hwayoung, Subin, Jinmyung Contribution: Modeling, Sketch, Design proposal, Planning Dec. 2008 _ Feb. 2009 (55 Jae-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul) Site: 13-8, Norangjindong, Dongjakgu, Seoul, Korea


Seokhyung Hong_Master of Architecture Portfolio  

Candidate May 2018

Seokhyung Hong_Master of Architecture Portfolio  

Candidate May 2018

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