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SULGI SUH

Architecture Portfolio


Table Of Contents Washington State University 09-13 Undergraduate Studies

Sustainable Multifunctional 01 Tower

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Live & Work Housing 02

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Music Conservatorie 03

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Prefabricated House 04

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3rd year WSU Design studio project Fall 2011 Sustainable Design

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Sustainable Multifunctional Tower In San Francisco

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rban Nature This multi-use tower in San Francisco seeks to provide its urban users with the opportunity to connect with an experience of nature. The program for the tower consists of residences, offices, and a hotel. In order to accomplish this connection, several extensively planted spaces were developed throughout the project started with the plaza on the ground floor that connects the tower to the public realm. In the tower itself, several garden courtyards are interspersed vertically throughout the tower culminating of the top floor roof garden.

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Screen Shape Diagram The Initial idea of screen shape was tree branches. I also captured the moment of shadow among the branches. Tree Capture Branches Gathering

Programatic Massing Diagram

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This Programatic development of Massing is reflected to dynamic creation among tree branches

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Site Plan The Garden has four different concepts. It designates four different direction. I was inspired the theme from oriental thought, which is four essential to live: Water, Wood, Earth, Gold.

Water - fountain Wood - Green Garden Earth - Zen garden Gold - Steel

Garden Diagram Four Themes: Water, Wood, Dry, Steel Green Garden (Wood)

Water Fountain Water Fountain

Dry Garden (ZEN)

Shelther Garden (Steel)

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Plans Designwise, the consideration was the big picture of San Francisco and the visual outlook with symbolism which connects to its function itself. Therefore, it shows tree shaped form itself, having gesture of inviting people to come in nature, but still urban glance at the same time.

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Institution(2nd-10th level) Hotel(12nd-25th level) Residential(26th-44th level)

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4. Institution Office

2. Atrium

5. Meeting Room

3. Lobby

6. Hotel Room

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Residential Level 1 (Town House)

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Section The most competitive strength is the abstracted shaped double skin on both side. It will give people aware trees as well as invite them to this place. In accordance with it, people are able to meet the moment of shadow through the screen, which is dynamic shape of compositions.

Residential Hotel Office Garden Atrium

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Outside Garden

Cafe at Lobby

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4th year WSU Design studio Group project Fall 2012 Aberration- Hybridization -Intervention Partner: Eric Susanto

Live & Work Housing In Seattle

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This is a hardware/second-hand store transformed from an old warehouse building located in between Fremont and Wallingford district. Wallingford used to be a factory district in the early 1900s, the neighborhood now consists of numerous furniture stores, housing, commercial, and a landfill site south to the site. In order to transform this building, while still maintaining the 'identity' of the neighborhood, we adopted the developmental attitude of "Do-it-Yourself" for our master plan. There are artists' studios, restaurants, Hardware store,Education Institutions, and Flea market. The local "Stoneway Hardware" store occupies and runs the hardware/second-hand store with the flea market located just next to it. The programs react to the neighborhood by having the flea market area that is surrounded by both hardware store and landfill site. Original Site

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Site Evolution

Main Intervention

Public Space

Add Bike Path

Connect to Neighborhood

Supplimentary Building Addition

Final Intervention

Neighborhood Context

Site Commercial Residential Landfill Site

Mostly, there are Commercials in the left direction, and residentials in the right direction. This Work and Live Housing is directly connected to neighborhood context. It is located in the north-east corner, providing people’s needs who are local artists, amateur people who are interested in making their one things, or other people who want to have a space to live and work together.

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Front View Perspective

Ground Floor Plan

Program Diagram

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Activation on the Ground floor. There will be many activities such as Flea market, Exhibition, and Bike Path.

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2. Glass Garden

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First Floor: Exhibition Space

PNWB Building Massing Development The intervention in the Pacific Northwest Ballet building (PNWB) on the north-east corner will provide housings and shared studios for both local artists and Stoneway Hardware managers. They will produce goods/artwork that can be either displayed or sell in the flea market.

Existing massing

Subtracted for public Space

Add & Divide floors

Extrude for Natural Light

Adjust Down

Adjust down between massing

Subtract for Natural Light

Finished Light is comming all direction (Housing Level)

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Second Floor: Working & Living Together

Second Floor Housing Interior plan

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Mezzanine Level

1. House

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2. Working Space 4. Bathroom

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5. Sleep Area

7. Dinning Room 9. Working Area


Third Floor: Housing

Third Floor Housing Interior plan

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South Section A truss is over 13ft tall, which is possible to construct more floors. Rather remaining that much height as blank, I added a floor to have more housing on top level. Therefore, there will be private housing, comparing to other two floors.

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3rd Year WSU Design Studio Project Spring 2012 Music School Design

Music Conservatorie

In Portland

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The project consists of 4 main forces which will contribute to the design process: External forces, adjacent forces, internal forces, and design forces. First, the external forces analysis the city of Portland context and urban fabric. This also includes the history and the antiquity of the preserved area. The second force is the adjacent forces, which deals with the site configuration, the immediate site analysis of nearby contexts and the influence of the surround climate and environment. The internal forces is the pedagogical program which will inspired the arrangement and the organization of the programs, to create a successful design of balance spaces and efficiently functioned by the architecture and how the design interact and response to other forces.

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Historic Landmarks

Art Galleries Commercial

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Context of Portland


Massing Development

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Carved in and out for Atrium and Auditorium

Push to door way

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Music School

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Activating Public Space

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The main entry of the building generates a public space as well as articulated ground for and efficient circulation. The design of this moment intended to invite the publics into the spaces.

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1. Practice Room 2. Restroom 3. Atrium 4. Winter Garden 5. Lobby

6. Faculty Office 7. Recording Studio 8. Auditorium 9. Library 10. Classroom

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Interior Circulation

Auditorium

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Zoning This project has been divided into four major zones, and each zone is independent from one another within the fluctuation of thermal loads related to the organizations of programs. The diagrams above showing the four different zones according to the following programs. Public spaces of the Music school, the interior circulations, the Auditorium, and the library.

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Garden on the roof. Public accessible place. People are able to use this place as a way of taking a rest, playing, gathering together and etc.

At the basement floor, there is Bamboo plants in the Atrium along practice rooms for buffer zone in purposed with getting away from public shared space

1. Roof Garden 2. Student Lounge 3. Library 4. Meeting Room

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5. Faculty Office 6. Lobby 7. Practice Room 8. Atrium


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WSU Design Studio Project Spring 2012 Modern House

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This is a modern prefabricated house addressing the functions of living featuring wather storage and heating cooling unit. Total area of the house should not exceed 900 sq ft. Lot size is 2,500feet. The house must be transportable by truck and assemble with ease. All sizes of wall, roof segments less than 8x12, structural components can be as long as 12ft.

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Diagrams

Supported Wall (Concrete)

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Metal Panel

Panel Exploded Diagram

Types of Panel

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Plans & Section UP

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First Floor 1. Living Room 2. Kitchen 3. Dining Room

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Total Sq ft: 872 sqft Lot Size: 2500ft

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4. Master Bedroom 5. Bathroom 6. Hallway (Light Wall) 7. Kids Bedroom 8. Balcony


First Floor: Living Room

Second Floor: Balcony

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