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design 101

fall ‘09

In a sequence of rapid movement, leaves trace of a sudden drop, forceful slide, and an agressive push

critic soo-in yang


3 movements, 3 geometric sequences and 3 forms a

Three 5 x 5 x 5� basswood cubes intrepreting bodily movements following the use a scarf, jacket and a pair of shoes

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Sectional promenade of stained glass artist and museum visitors

“ The envelope reveals shadows that are designed uniquely to accomodate the programs of two distinct identities �

Museum Visitor: Entrance - Exit

visitors: entrance - exit

stain glass artist entrance - workshop

Stained Glass Artist: Entrance - Workshop

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design 102

spring ‘09

ivan shumkov


modular

land-scape “

Transformation of the object and mind


A unit, module and subsystem; landscape Modular landscape is created upon a modular system with variations of rotational direction, sliced angle and pivot point of rotation. A system of structure is created through a combination of units. A unit is mirrored along its right edge to produce module. These modules are then added, Base a Unit Sub-system Base Unit Sub-system rotated incrementally to make sub system.

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Various moment of combination through surface to surface contact; varies in height and angle of approach

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dialogue between the space and landscape

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sketch model of temple

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plan of templed on landscape


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Transformation of the object and mind

Surfaces consist of cube structures whose sides rotate horizontally. Sliding creates mutliple openings in the space. The sturcture of the cube changes through out the circulation. cubes begin to open up, stretch and rotate. The surfaces transforms from a three dimensional objects into planes then to segments. The symbolisim lies within the activities that occur on this landspace; sun rituals and its effect of freeing ones mind the chaotic modern society.


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landscape and temple plan

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landscape and temple section


representation III

fall ‘10

critic gil akos


layering void

through analyzying Haeckel’s sectional drawing, geometry is derived to construct a new organism


Loose Taxonomies

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interior exploration

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crown

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geometrical analysis of Haeckel’s drawing

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biological components of the created organism derived from the previous geometrical observations

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sectional model revealing the structure of the organism

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“heart” is chosen of the interior organs of the organism to be reproduced with acrylic and chipboard

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contour of the internal void within the “heart”

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Translucent acrylic board is used for the surfaces interior to the model, while the contour chipboard tie the acrylic together

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sections of the model to observe the geomterial and spatial characteristics of the realized heart

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diagram of the inner void of the heart

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The model has a strong reflective quality that comes from the interior of the structure. From the outer perspective, the interior view is distorted. These voids are created by the movement of the interior surfaces somewhat portrayed by the outer wood contours. The change of geometry within tthe model allows for this void to form, in which space is finally created. b


design 201

fall ‘10

critic fred levrat

kinder’dorf “

creates the relationship between the individual, group to a community for children to reflect, interact, and cultivate.


A school for children in Staten Island 54 Saint Marks Pl Staten Island, NY 10301

“cut, fold and warp the planes of a hollow cube to create a space for a classroom unit� The main concept of the project is creating an environment that structures relationship between the individual, group to a community for children to reflect, interact, and cultivate. Dual classrooms allow a joining of two individual spaces while the modular system of the classrooms create a community.


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Alternation of the exterior to interior condition creates a village-like site where children can experience a various types of scale changes as long as the corresponding social conditions a

parti & geometric planar diagram

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conceptual depiction of the maneuvering center circulation

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top view of site & kindergarten

entrace render inc ontext of site

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voids

central circulation

solids

1:400 a

Fluidic circulation meanders through the modules and the topology. Voids of cubes and other parts of the projects is shifted vertically and horizontally to create entry conditions, light filters as well as connections to unite or disconnect spaces.

a exploded axon revealing the relationship between void, soild and central circulation b plan shows shifting and puncturing of soilds and voids c

a typical classroom


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kitchinette

readng space

classroom bathroom

cubbies

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digital crafting

spring ‘11

Light

Bubble

critic ronnie parsons


Molding Basketry buttonhole

double coiling

Basket weaving is a process of weaving unspun fibres into a basket or other simliar form. It is defined by the interaction between two primary components, the weave and foundation substrate. Characterized by fuctions of pull, push, rotate and changes in fibre dimension, this interaction establishes sturctural intergrity throught the basket weave.

basic coiling

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jiwon shin arch 522c digital crafting week 1: basketry

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explording four techniques of basket weaving

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analysis of weaving techniques and structural strength

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braiding analysis


In basket weaving the position of the weave and foundatio substrates is contingent upon the chronology, duration of weaving and connectivity of fibres through out the basket. However, in the context of digital production basket weaving is free of physical connectivity, permitting higher degrees of differenation to occur that is unbounded by proximity and the sequence of weaving operations. d

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3 test renderings of possible milling exploring toolpaths

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interpreting diagrams to CNC milling toolpaths

derived from the weave diagrams e


manipulating the digital fabric

Digital basket weaving is an adaptive system consistion of two layers of toolpaths, each determining the movement of the milling machine and subsequent removal of material. The manipulation of the weave determines the amount of material to be removed, resulting a dynamic range of effects.


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CNC tool path is designed to manipulated weaving in a way that is unrestrained by the physical structural limits

a simulated milling design and maniuplated toolpaths b

toolpath, section of the final model

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milled 36� x 36� foam passes light through its material creating an illusion of inverted volumes of the carved surfaces. This process results an image of protrude bubbles. Depending on the direction of light and thickness of foam the milling will produce dramatically distinct images a

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light on the final pieces creates dramatic shadows

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simulated image of creating a cast by using the milling as a mold

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the relationship between the toolpath, thickness of foam and light is reveealed

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joho architecture

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architect design team completion date

location

kimpo, kyong-gi, South Korea

construction

MDF panel + lacquer finish

construction budget

40,000,000 won (commissioned by the Seoul Ministry

site area

of Culture Health and Tourism) 2 classrooms, corridor and clinic

jeong-hoon lee kwang-jae shin, jiwon shin august 2011


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classroom before the renovation exposes wiring and un

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renovation aims to mend the faults by layering a wrap

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sketch rendering of new design

friendly structures of the room around the enclosure c


This classroom renovation was completed after multiple meetings with the students and teachers. Through several seminar with students in Sunam elementry school in Gimpo the direction of the design executed towards creating a brighter, and softer atmostphere for the students. We concentrated on designing through the childrens scale creating smaller reading nooks, seatings, and a stage.


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the stage of the classroom functions as a place where the students can perform as well as a large board to display the childrens works. The doors to the stage allow for maxmized display surfaces

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The corridor is also renovated with new shelves and more reading nooks


summer ‘11

joho architecture

Dancing Wave The Fantasy of Memory and the Spirit of the Land A line is unfolded to create the horizon. The horizon transforms into another line; a line of waves to form the sea.

Music brings rhythm to landscape, while the waves dance to the sea, This is the moment when the land meets music. This is the space where we feel the music, the land the sea.

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When the landscape disappears at the light of dusk, Dancing Wave and its form is solidified in our memories as the spirit of land and the fantasy of memory.

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jeong-hoon lee kwangjae shin + jong-il kim + jiwon shin busan open house design competition

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We remember the sea as a part of unrestricted reality; a fantasy of the waterline and the waves. Land embodies, then delivers this fantasy to us.


Site Analysis & Mass Development Volume GUBONG MT. INTERNATION AL FERRY TERMINAL

rigid rectangular mass

horizontal manipulation

vertical manipulation

dynamic volume

puncture & twist

axial opening

external & internal openings

EAST SEA YONG-DOO-SAN PARK

Axis

OLD CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT

DAEGU closed solid

BUSAN STATION

Form

INTERNATION AL FERRY TERMINAL

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ULSAN

OPERA CENTER YONG-DOO-SAN PARK

GIMHAE

OLD CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT

JAPAN EAST SEA

JEJU ISLAND

Busan is a city formed between mountain ranges and bordered by the sea and rivers. The chosen site symbolizes Busan’s topographical characteristic as it faces the mountain and the sea simoulataneously. The site is also aligned across the famous Old Central Business District and the International Ferry Terminal. It suggests the symbolic value of Busan, as the first and largest port city of South Korea.

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wave - spatial disturbance

01 Mass Analysis

04 Skin - Aluminume Panel

deformation

flexible spatial movement

02 Structure - Space Frame

03 Skin - Aluminume Panel

`06 Structure - Space Frame

07 Skin - Aluminume Panel


Fifth floor plan

Fifth floor plan

Scale 1200:1

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2d vs. 3d

Closed vs. Open

The mass is developed into a three dimensional volume when another axis connecting the historically significant areas of Busan, alters the shape of the mass. The axis folds to form an angle, and the firm surfaces are stretched open. When the two openings are created. another set of spaces are consequently defined. This stage of the development defines four distinct interior and exterior regionsa set of two exterior space and two interior openings.

A closed solid mass is punctured across the center by an axis of the city that highlightthe unique natural c ondition of the site - connecting the large mountain ranges of GuBong to the East Sea. Circulation is not only allowed around the mass, but also through and in the volume. The Mass has not transformed into a form that is not merely an objects but a space that is occupiable.


Programs are combined organically through parallel and perpendicular zoning of spaces. The pedestrian promenade and vehicle circulation is arranged according the three different uses of spaces; private, public and VIP. Public visitors enter the building through the grand foyer on the first level. They have direct access to the information center and the ticket box; if advanced further, they are lead to the upper Opera Center. This foyer and the greenhouse create a large interior space. In other words, through maximized use of natural light, received by the upper ceiling and minimized use of artificial light, a bright refreshing space is created. The foyer also allows for an access to the outer public area, a park characterized by the organic placement of spaces


The two performance halls created within the space creatively, but differently represent the essence of the Dancing Wave.The Opera Hall interprets the wave’s elegant movements through a series of lines on the surface of the space. The actual walls remain flat while the light emitting linear patterns create a volumetric illusion of the hall. Like the sea waves glistening under the sun, the walls of the opera hall produce a subtle movement within the vast mass.

Structural Skin

Masses are layered perpendicularly amongst one another under one unifying roof system. This roof system is a space frame that is to be read as one single object; one mass embodying multiple masses interior to its form.

Skin Frame

The skin consists of multiple layers –one of which is an aluminum frame that is constructed based on a grid system. This aluminum layer provides insulation between the exterior and interior space as well as act as a rigid structure to the exterior skin pattern.


street

vertical design 301

program

masters students dormitory

design team

jiwon shin + kevin greindling

site

88 grand & myrtle avenue brooklyn new york, U.S.A

fall ‘11

critic lawrence blough


Braiding Facade pattern/ order

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b

inward movement & collateral structure/ edges

thickness/ tightness/ defition form & order

void

“weaving the interior and exterior spaces following the technique of braiding�

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exploring and analysing the techniques of braiding leads to a a paper model that inherits the same technical traits in its folds

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facade is derived the exterior to itnerior spacial relation ships discovered from the braiding facade study


Blending Programs

ZONING

Toward the facade of the building is the circulation where stairs connect the villas together through the diagonals of both the concrete and the steel structure. Canteliver slabs are public living rooms spaces most social interactions are expected. Through the corridors are open kitchen units and bathrooms. These essential programs acts as blending factors that balance between the extreme private areas of single bedrooms towards the backyard to the public circuatltion of the facade.

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planar shift

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zoning

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firerated prefabricated kitchen modules

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layering

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vertical extension of the street into the dorm

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second floor

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Four Villas Two floors can be grouped as one Villa where the lower floor accomodates communal kitchens and restrooms. The upper level is mostly an atrium where individual bedrooms occupy most of the space with communal shower rooms stacked on top of the kitchen/bathroom unit from the lower level.

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Vertical Extension This student housing space is analogous to then vertical extension of the street where the housing units are stacked on top of another; public and private marked by the pedestrian road which in this architecture is articulated by the corridors.

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elevation

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long section

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short section


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front facade detailed section

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back facaade detailed section

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exploded facade structure


WEATHER SEALANT STEEL EXTENSION PLATE DISK MOUNT PLATE STEEL DISK GLAZED GLASS STEEL PIPING

MOUNTING BRACKET INSULATION GRATE/VENT PIPE EXTENDER

CONCRETE SLAB GLASS STEEL FRAMES BATT. INSUL

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STEEL SHADING CONSTRUCT ANCHOR BRACKETS EXTERIOR GLASS MESH INSULATION

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FORMED PANEL STEEL PANEL FRAME FRAME CLIP

STUD WALL TOP PLATE

PLY BLDG PAPER

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1/16� model (basswood and acrlylic)

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back lawn over the parking garage


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nanotectonica

spring’12

jonas coersmeier

nano-tectonica

design team

jiwon shin + wilson cheng


Selected Physiology


Drawing Natrual Probes


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suggest planes inheirted within the landscape

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suggested vector diagram of constructed landscape

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dialogue between the space and landscape

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plan of templed on landscape


model derived from qualities discovered in each generative drawing

Two seperate analysis of oganisms are combined to create a new structure of its own. The new organism inherits the characteristics of both observed organisms and is able to change its structure’s porosity, density, scale and angle


design 302

spring ‘12

bridging boats

program

masters students dormitory

design team

jiwon shin + chelsea mailler

site

columbia university baker athletic complex 533 W 218th st new york, new york

critic susan wines


elevation


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1:1000

Stretching across the site

The technical analysis of the boat rowing motivated the design to maintain the energy, power and strength that the sport has. There are two large masses; one of the boat storage and the other for exercise room, changing room, cafe and changing rooms.

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ground floor plan

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persepective rendering

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COLUMBIA BOATHOUSE SUZAN WINES

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

CHELSEA MAILLER & JIWON SHIN


Bridging and penetrating into the site Instead of create a singular large mass this dualistic scheme allows for maximized outdoor space. Although two masses do not emerge on to the other two bridges combines two masses into a singular unit of continuous spaces. Although a single line of connection, the bridge divides into two parts; one which connects directly the two masses and the other oth which digs into the hill behind the site. This allows for new entry way from the stadium.

a COLUMBIA BOATHOUSE SUZAN WINES

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second floor plan

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boat storage facade detail

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wall detail section

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1/4� model of boat stoage


The roof of the boat storage allows for natural light to shine into the shed without overheating the space with the slanted roof fragments. This 30 feet high shed has openings on each end making natural ventiliation to be maximized. Laminated wood columns, and beams run through the entire room each with a slightly different profile to create visual interior movement. The remaining longer walls are made of a butterfly-like skin structure that can be operated to control desire amout of transparency. a

b COLUMBIA BOATHOUSE SUZAN WINES

WALL SECTIONS CHELSEA MAILLER & JIWON SHIN


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SITE PLAN 1/16”

SHED ROOF

GREEN ROOF/ CIRCULATION

STRUCTURE

MULLIONS/ FACADE_01

METAL PANELS/ FACADE_02

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1/16” model of the boat house in basswood

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interior of the boat storage in the morning

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bridge connecting two masses

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axon exploded axon of boat house structure


summer ‘12

삶것/ lifethings

Potluck Park Gonju Province Public Art Competition

architect design team

soo-in yang jiwon shin garosu-gil, gangnam seoul, south korea


Gonju City & Jae-min River In Gonju city, there has been many efforts to re-populate the area in the recent years - one project that is in progress is to re-landscape the river and add points of cirulation along it to create more access points. The site which is a small stadium like green zone, is in close distance to one of thee points

“ Designing the hardware and the softgram �

1 year later

3 years later

The Potluck Park re-designs not only the appearance of the abanboned green area, but also designs the programme within the space. This programme requires the community’s regular involvment creating a closer and active environment for the city. Instead of creating a figular form, Potluck Park is a field of icons that can be experienced differently every time by all users


program potluck park

community

manhole

Bring your manhole! Similar to a potluck party, the potluck park requires the community to bring their own piece to the park. Instead of bringing a dish of food, you must bring a manhole that you have altered in anyway you wish!


Using manholes as the main icon to the park allows for low cost, fast, and sturdy process. A manhole will be delivered to a community group such as a schools, hospitals, educations, governmental institutions. The group will alter the manhole in any shape or use. Then it will be delivered back to the park.


altered manholes

nets

grass deck

concrete slab

reusuable manholes or chimneys

Potluck park is not just a location or a place, but it is system where the community comes together to learn, play, relax and socialize. The slanted concrete slab allows easy maneuveriing around the original steep steps. Under the slab is space for the rain rise up. This under-concrete space will be used to grow a diverse of plants.


fall ‘12

삶것/ lifethings

Energy Energy Farmacy maxxi Farmacy

architect design team location completion date

soo-in yang peter logan +jiwon shin + kyung-jin jung Seoul city hall, seoul south korea march 2013 maxxi museum exhibition

Some time in between 2010 and 2020, the world’s supply of oil and gas will fall below international demand


Public Control Society often intervenes in the public use of dangerous substances or limited resources, through means like legal restrictions or taxation. Energy belongs to both of these categories. Abuse can lead to catastrophe of global magnitude and there are already signs of shortages like occasional spikes in oil price, black outs in New York, or constant power shortage alerts in Seoul.

RECONFIGURED ELECTRIC ENERGY ECOLOGY SYSTEM: S SE DP EPE RAT ENERGY CLINIC

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“ In 2040 global energy demand will be approximately 700 quadrillion BTUs, about 35% greater than in 2010 ”

SEDP (Separation of Energy Dispensing and Prescribing) We imagine a new social system to dispense mobility energy, not to different from how SDP (Separation of Dispensing and Prescribing) works in the pharmaceutical industry. An individual is diagnosed on one’s mobility energy use pattern at a certified energy clinic and is issued a prescription for appropriate amount. The individual can fill one’s prescription at a near by Energy Farmacy.

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Mobility Energy and Food Energy Food energy is essential to human and transportation accounts for 13% of all energy related to food system in the US[1]. In South Korea, the food mileage, average distance food is transported from the time of its production to its consumer, is 7,085 ton*km per person[2]. If food were to be produced locally, the consumption of mobility energy can be greatly reduced due to the shortened travel distance.

FOOD ENERGY UTILIZE

PRESCRIPTION

FARM CONSUME

Area per Gas station

Rome Italy 2 3.35 km

Seoul South Korea 2 0.94 km

London UK 2 5.27 km

ese existing ubiquitous urban infrastructures for a brand new system.

don UK 2 7 km

Tokyo Japan 2 1.52 km

Paris France 2 0.52 km

MOBILITY ENERGY

New York USA 2 2.29 km

PHARMACY PRODUCE

MOBILITY ENERGY

Tokyo Japan 2 1.52 km

CANOPY

Paris France 2 0.52 km

PRODUCE

FOOD ENERGY

Energy Farmacy

( Post Gas Station Establishment)

New York USA 2 2.29 km

VEGETABLE CANOPY


WHERE? Gas Stations

Gas stations are dense, but obsolete. We utilize these existing ubiquitous urban infrastructures for a brand new system.

Area per Gas station

Rome Italy 2 3.35 km

Seoul South Korea 2 0.94 km

London UK 2 5.27 km

Tokyo Japan 2 1.52 km

Paris France 2 0.52 km

New York USA 2 2.29 km

Energy Farmacy VEGETABLE CANOPY

CANOPY

FILLING STATION

OIL TANK

COLUMN

CHARGING STATION

FOOD MARKET W

WATER VESSEL

Energy Farmacy We reimagine the gas stations, ubiquitous urban infrastructure with underground tanks, open ground space and a canopy, with our design of Energy Farmacies. The canopy hosts farms for energy production, both mobility energy and food energy. Ground space becomes a place for exchange of energy including a market and electric car charge pods for both personal and shared cars. Underground tanks are remediated and used as urban aqua farm. Various forms of participation in the energy farm, aqua farm or purchasing of grown-in-place food in the market allows for extra prescription or coupons for shared car minutes.

FISH TANK

[1] Fluck, R.C Energy in Farm Production. Elsevier Science; 1 edition. March 1, 1992 [2] National Institute of Envrionmental Researc. Rise of Food Mileage in South Korea, Published May 17, 2012 Available at: http://www.nier.go.kr/eric/portal/kor/nf/nier-nf-03.page?boardId=NIERNF03&bltnNo=13372149931870&command=READ


WHY?

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TRADITIONAL AGRICULTURE Unhealthy Use of Pesticides Fertilizers Heavy Machines

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Energy Farmacy Less Water Less Money Less Pollution More Food

SEOUL Year 2010 Population 10,051,000 # Gas Stations 643 # Energy Farmacy 0 Availabe Area for 2 Urban Agriculture 51.15 km

Year 2040 Population 9,240,000 # Gas Stations 0 # Energy Farmacy 643 Availabe Area for 2 Urban Agriculture 165.50 km

GROW

VISIBLE LIGHT DIFFUSER

INFRARED PHOTOVOLTAIC FILM

CABBAGE

SPINACH

LETTUCE

TOMATO

CARROT

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BROCCOLI

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GREYFISH

SALMON

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HENCE,

It is possible that Energy Farmacy will cover up to 31% Seoul’s green vegetable consumption with the participation of 12.7% of the city population.

- Mobility Energy

CHARGE

+ Mobility + Food Energy Energy

GROW

KA-CH ING

!

W

RETAIL

HENCE,

It is possible that Energy Farmacy will cover up to 31% Seoul’s green vegetable consumption with the participation of 12.7% of the city population.

Daily

1

KA-CH ING

15 kg

x 1/2

17 kg 3 days at the Farm can produce an amount equal to a person’s yearly fish consumption (51.3 kg).

13695 kg

1 !

W

=

+ Mobility + Food Energy Energy

GROW

RETAIL

+ Mobility + Food Bonus Energy

Approximate Production Data

- Mobility Energy

CHARGE

=

x 913 15521 kg

+ Mobility + Food Bonus Energy

a

a

(1 Farmacy = approx. 1826 people)

diagram of Energy Farmacy system

b

front view of Energy Farmacy 1 (market + farm)

c

back view of Energy Farmacy 1 (car charge)


b

c


Seoul Citizens Hall, which opened in 2013, is a platform for communication. <Yobosayo>, a public artwork dedicated to the Seoul Citizens hall, is a medium that collects ideas, proposals and messages from the citizens and shares them with others. <Yobosayo> is also a digital ecosystem in which these messages are passed on to future generations or recycled and become music. <Yobosayo> will fill the Seoul Citizens Hall with stories of Seoul.

fall ‘12

삶것/ lifethings

yobosayo 여보세요 ※ YOBOSAYO is a Korean word used to call someone's attention, like 'hello'

작가 : 양수인

Artist : Yang, Soo-in

디자인팀 : 최재석 / 신지원

Design Team : Choi, Jae-seok / Shin, Jee-won

제작 및 시공 : 임병시 / 박태규 / 정유준

Manufacturing & Construction : Lim, Byung-si / Park, Tae-gou / Jeong, Yu-jun

구조 엔지니어링 : 박병순

Structural Engineering : Park,Byung-soon

인터랙티브 엔지니어링 : 유원대

Interactive Engineering : Ryu, Won-dae

주최 : 서울시

Sponsorship : Seoul Metropolitan Government

예술감독 : 민병직 / 박동수 / 이웅배 / 이재준

Art Directors : Min, Byung-Jic / Park, Dong-Su / Lee, Ung-Bai / Lee, Jae-Jun

시민 : 김정안 / 박종화 / 송수연 / 온드라

Citizen : Kim, Jung-Ahn / Park, Jong-Hwa / Song, Soo-Yeon, Magsarjav Undrakh

행정 및 전문가 : 김영호 / 은병수 / 이나미 / 조주연 / 정헌재

Government & Expert : Kim, Young-Ho / Eun, Byeong-Su / Rhee, Na-Mi Cho, ju-Yeon / Jeong, Heon-Jae

시민참여 퍼포먼스 작가 : 더잭 / 전미래 / 난나 최현주

Performance Artist : The Jack / Jeon, Mi-Rae / Nanna Choi, Hyeon-Ju

...

삶것

architect design team location completion date

soo-in yang jiwon shin + jaeseok choi Seoul city hall, seoul south korea feb 2013 winning design public art for the seou city hall


promenade into the bulding tell your story

City Hall main entrance Sejong St. entrance

hear your story listen the to muscial intrepretation of your story

Seoul City Hall Seoul Plaza entrance

The piercing veriticality of the for m refers to a symbolic meaning to a flag. The reflective material will mirror the city and its people on its surface.

south elevation

A person is intrigued by the form that reminds one of a gramophone. It records the personâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s message

west elevation

The form continues down the escalator and when the person descends, the past recordings will be played through the built in speakers

Inside the building one find an audio spot that will whisper the musical intrepretation of his very own message


There will be three â&#x20AC;&#x153;headsâ&#x20AC;?; one for each entrance into the Seoul City Hall. Each is designed specifically to its physical alignement of entry

Sejong St. entrance

City Hall main entrance

Seoul Plaza entrance


audio spot light

plan

Top layer uses stainless steel mirror

sensor + microphone (records when the one looks inside the head)

micro controller speaker

The lower layer uses the colors utilized in th the city hearing hall; bright blue, red and yellow etc

front

side


competition winning design


보 세 요

YOBOSAYO

1 ...

하고싶은 이야기를 생각하고 <여보세요>에 가까이 다가서세요. Think of what you want to say and get close to <Yobosayo>. 把想说的话提前准备好,靠近后用<喂>打招呼。 話したい内容を考えた上、<ヨボセヨ>の近くに立ちましょう。

...

2

당신의 이야기를 남기세요. Leave your story. 请在此留下您想说的话。 あなたのお話を残しましょう。

3 ...

시민들이 남긴 이야기를 시민청에서 들어보세요. Listen to the citizens’ stories at Seoul Citizens Hall. 有关市民们的留言可以在市民厅听取。 今度は、みんなが残した話を聞いてみましょう。

4

...

시민들이 귀 기울이지 않는 이야기는 음악으로 바뀌게 됩니다. Un-listened stories are changed to music. 没有引起市民们关心的内容将改换成音乐播放。 人々が耳を傾かない話はメロディに変っていきます。

5

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음악으로 바뀐 이야기를 소리갤러리에서 들어보세요. Listen to the stories changed into music at Sound Gallery. 可以在音乐播放栏收听改换成音乐的内容。 音楽に変わった話を音のギャラリーで聞いてみましょう。

2013년 개관한 시민청은 소통의 플랫폼이다. 시민청의 상징 조형물 <여보세요>는 서울시민의 단상, 아이디어, 제안, 메세지등을 수집하여 다른 시민들과 공유하는 장치이다. 또한 시민들이 남긴 메세지가 살아남아 미래로 전달되기도 하고, 도태되어 음악이 되기도 하는 디지털 생태계이다. <여보세요>를 통해 서울의 이야기가 시민청 가득 채워지길 기대해 본다. Seoul Citizens Hall, which opened in 2013, is a platform for communication.

<Yobosayo>, a public artwork

dedicated to the Seoul Citizens hall, is a medium that collects ideas, proposals and messages from the citizens and shares them with others. <Yobosayo> is also a digital ecosystem in which these messages are passed on to future generations or recycled and become music. <Yobosayo> will fill the Seoul Citizens Hall with stories of Seoul. ※ YOBOSAYO is a Korean word used to call someone's attention, like 'hello' Artist : Yang, Soo-in

작가 : 양수인 디자인팀 : 최재석 / 신지원

design team: jay choi / jiwon shin

Design Team : Choi, Jae-seok / Shin, Jee-won

제작 및 시공 : 임병시 / 박태규 / 정유준

Manufacturing & Construction : Lim, Byung-si / Park, Tae-gou / Jeong, Yu-jun

구조 엔지니어링 : 박병순

Structural Engineering : Park,Byung-soon

인터랙티브 엔지니어링 : 유원대

Interactive Engineering : Ryu, Won-dae

주최 : 서울시

Sponsorship : Seoul Metropolitan Government

예술감독 : 민병직 / 박동수 / 이웅배 / 이재준

Art Directors : Min, Byung-Jic / Park, Dong-Su / Lee, Ung-Bai / Lee, Jae-Jun

시민 : 김정안 / 박종화 / 송수연 / 온드라

Citizen : Kim, Jung-Ahn / Park, Jong-Hwa / Song, Soo-Yeon, Magsarjav Undrakh

행정 및 전문가 : 김영호 / 은병수 / 이나미 / 조주연 / 정헌재

Government & Expert : Kim, Young-Ho / Eun, Byeong-Su / Rhee, Na-Mi

시민참여 퍼포먼스 작가 : 더잭 / 전미래 / 난나 최현주

Cho, ju-Yeon / Jeong, Heon-Jae Performance Artist : The Jack / Jeon, Mi-Rae / Nanna Choi, Hyeon-Ju

replica of the information panel infront of the art


jiwon shin 2

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