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PERISCOPE HOUSE Studio I: House

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MEMORES ACTI PRUDENTES FUTURI Studio VI: Adaptive Reuse

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THE LOOP International Urban Design Competition (Third Prize)

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AGAIN SEUNSANGGA Studio VIII: Graduation Project (Dean’s Prize for the Best Graduation Project)

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SUMMER MIST Ragdale Ring Competition (Honorable Mention)

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CONTENTS


STUDIO I: HOUSE

PERISCOPE HOUSE

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STUDIO I: HOUSE

PERISCOPE HOUSE

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01 Concept Model Study on light, shadow and materiality

02 Concept Models Study on funnels and light

“Periscope House“ is a house for my parents. The site was located in Bomun-Dong, an area densly occupied by “Hanoks,” or Korean traditional houses. The project guidelines and laws restricted the height of the building to one level above ground to blend in with the other Hanoks. The site was also very small and thus most of the occupiable space would be inevitably placed below ground level. Therefore several measures had to be taken to bring natural light into the underground floor. My concept is to make two “periscopes“ to funnel and refract natural light.


3 STEEL I-BEAM FRAME

REINFORCED CONCRETE

PERISCOPE

STUDIO I: HOUSE

03 Model 1:50 scale

EMBEDDED IN WALLS AND SLAB

FUNNEL

PERISCOPE HOUSE

INSERTED “PERISCOPE”


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PERISCOPE HOUSE

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Bedroom Atrium Garden Bathroom Void

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Stairs Entrance Storage Living Room

Reading Space Dining Kitchen Bathroom

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04 Floor Plans 1st & B1 Floor

The first floor will contain the bedroom, private bathroom and atrium garden which floats above one of the funnels on a thick glass pane, letting through natural light while providing a delightfully lightdrenched atrium space. The stairs that pass through the other funnel lead underground where there is the living room, dining, kitchen and guest bathroom. The sunlight refracts off the funnel beneath the atrium into the living room. The other funnel refracts light coming from a side window into the stairs and reading space below.

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SECTION A-A’ A: Light Funnelled into Living Room B: Light Funnelled into Stairs

SECTION B-B’


STUDIO VI: ADAPTIVE REUSE MEMORES ACTI, PRUDENTES FUTURI

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01 Perspectives A: Interior B: Workshop C: Impact on Site Through Construction

STUDIO VI: ADAPTIVE REUSE

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PRESERVATION 1 2 3 4

Initial Condition The Iconic Chimney Atrium Space Facade

INTERVENTION 5 6 7

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Newly Added Entrance Newly Added Ramp for Barrier-Free Accessibility Initial Circulation Newly Added Elevator

The area around the site is currently undergoing rapid change. The small, shabby buildings in the alleyways behind Choongjung Apartment are being transformed into cafes, restaurants, bookshops, etc. The school of architecture can play an important role in this transformation. Students can actively participate in both the design and the construction process of the new buildings.

02 Concept Diagram Impact of the school spreadng into the neighborhood

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STUDIO VI: ADAPTIVE REUSE

03 Concept Image “The Dream of an Architect Student”

OLD ATRIUM

INITIAL CONDITION

OLD FACADE

OLD ATRIUM

NEW INSERTION

OLD FACADE

Preserving the facade and the atrium, the slabs in between these two layers are discarded and new walls are inserted in the emptied space. These walls are placed respecting the initial positions of the columns, so that the newly inserted space follows the guidelines of the past. The walls contain openings of various sizes and shapes to fit the needs of the programs placed in between. The result is a “sandwich” of layers that creates an enriched dialogue between the old and the new. A wide variety of ceiling heights create interesting interactions between the atrium space, the inserted space, and the facade.

04 Concept Diagram Insertion of new space 05 Study Model 1. Old Atrium 2. New Insertion 3. Old Facade 1.

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MEMORES ACTI, PRUDENTES FUTURI

A school where students can live and work together with professors on real projects and competitions, actively participate in the construction process, use state-of-the-art manufacturing tools, have ample working space in spacious workshops, debate freely about architecture and participate in open lectures.


STUDIO VI: ADAPTIVE REUSE

Removal of slabs while preserving atrium and circulation

Original Positioning of the columns

Insertion of walls respecting the original positions of the columns

The walls have openings that vary in shape and size...

...to fit the needs of the programs placed in between.

The second floor is connected to the workshop via the bridge.

06 Design Process School of Architecture

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10m GROUND FLOOR 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

6. 4. 7. 5. 3.

10. 2. 8.

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Access Ramp Lobby Cafe (B1) Cafe Atrium Garden Reading Area Library (B1) Exhibition 1 (B1) Exhibition 2 (B1) Elevator

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STUDIO VI: ADAPTIVE REUSE MEMORES ACTI, PRUDENTES FUTURI

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STUDIO VI: ADAPTIVE REUSE

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07 Section Drawings Section of each wall (as numbered in above isometric drawing)


INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION THE LOOP: REINVENTEING OUR RIVERS

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ies, culture, instead of traffic coursing through their veins. Points that are in need of regeneration will be revived in relation to other hout the early history of Quebec, providing routes for trade and nourishment for points. Points that are isolated will be connected to other points, promoting synergy. It is this “joining of the dots” that makes our the modes of trade shifted and pollution took its toll, the relevance of the four rivers proposal more sustainable, resilient and potent than simply working on the dots themselves. This strategy will restore and enhance eglected. The rivers, which used to function as arteries, started to function as walls. the roles of the rivers, rediscovering their purpose in such a beautiful and diverse city. Our vision of Quebec is one that is vibrant parcels of land, were subject to years of decay until they were rediscovered in the and embracing; it is unprecedented yet promising and powerful.

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flow”

“ONE STITCH DOES NOT MEND A TEAR”

ed spaces that could be further amplified when connected with the potential found in LOOP FORMATION ng areas are currently cut off from the rivers by poor urban planning and measures It takescultural more“estuaries,” than onethat stitch to several mend points torn urban fabric. Urhus propose a series of interwoven will join of

PROCESS

needed to patch the river deeper and tighter into the urban connected with the potential found in areas surrounding the ban liketoan intricate, pulsating patchwork of different fabric, therefore resisting the tensional forces of conflicting el- rivers. These surrounding areas are currentlyto cut off from the to the river nodes. The rivers willfabric thus beisable penetrate deeper into the1.fabric of Mapping areas of interest reveal interaction each2.area and these are grouped into “zones.” 1.2.Mapping areas ofrefined interest reveal interaction each and these grouped “zones”. The zones are tobetween the surrounding The urban zones context are refined and theare according river resonates tointo the in surrounding to urban the zones. context and the and riverthe resonates in response the zones. 2. The zones are according refined according tobetween the surrounding 2.area The urban zones context are refined and the according river resonates toresponse the in surrounding response to urban the zones. context river resonates in response to the zones. onzone several layers. In some ons between river and city,textiles, east bankspread and westout bank, and zone, element and cities like Que- ements, in some cases, even reversing those forces to bring rivers by poor urban planning and measures are needed to bec, scissors, separating separate elements together to create new possibilities.The dilute the distinct borders. We thus propose a series of interntity, breathing and interacting as rivers one. Theslice riversthrough will regainthe theirfabric functionlike as arterisolating the elements of one side from the other. Typical four rivers thrived as major arteries throughout the early his- woven cultural “estuaries,” that will join several points of intertheir veins. Points that are and in need of regeneration will be revived in relation to other riverfront particular point, or one tory of Quebec. However, as the modes of trade shifted and est into groups and connect those groups to the river nodes. ed to other points, promoting synergy. Itregeneration is this “joining offocuses the dots”on thatone makes our “stitch” on the river, failing to take into account t than simply working on the dots themselves. This strategy will restore and enhance the effect that pollution took its toll, the rivers became neglected. The riv- Points that are in need of regeneration will be revived in relathe point will have on the surrounding fabric over time. In most ers, which used to function as arteries, started to function as tion to other points. Points that are isolated will be connected ose in such a beautiful and diverse city. Our vision of Quebec is one that is vibrant cases this single stitch is gradually weakened and eventually walls. The riverside space, usually the most valuable parcels to other points, promoting synergy. This “joining” of the dots ing and powerful. torn apart by the strain of separate textiles. In other cases, of land, were subject to years of decay until they were redis- is more sustainable, resilient and potent than simply working the stitch is isolated from the neighboring context, having no covered in the recent years. Immense potential was found in on the dots themselves.This strategy will restore and enhance impact on its surroundings. Thus an entirely new approach is these neglected spaces that could be further amplified when the roles of the rivers, rediscovering their purpose in Quebec.

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“CULTURE FLOWS THROUGH THE RIVERS”

INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION

Mapping area of interest reveal interaction

The impact from the nodes spread through

The zones are refined according to the surresonates in response to the zones.

The river resonates further, interacting and binding with the urban fabric

3. The impact from thefrom nodes spread the zones, the and loops penetrate into the into urban fabric. impact the nodes spread the and zones, thegradually loops gradually penetrate the urban between eachresonates area and these are grouped zones, and thethrough loopsthrough gradually penerounding urban context and the fabric. river ounding urban context and the riverthe resonates in response to the zones. he surrounding urban context and river in response to the zones. 3. Thethe

into “zones.”

trate into the urban fabric.

PHASING OF NODES

PHASING OF NODES

The nodes are interlaced into each other creating aThe stronger nodesurban-river are interlaced network. into each other creating a stronger urban-river network. 01 Masterplan The four major rivers of Quebec and the “Loops” existing nodes

existing nodes

new nodes

new nodes

he zones, the and loops penetrate into the into urban hrough the and zones, thegradually loops gradually penetrate thefabric. urban fabric.

PHASING OF NODES The nodes are interlaced into each other creating a stronger urban-river network.

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existing nodes new nodes

ing a stronger urban-river network.

LOOP TYPOLOGIES existing nodes

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new nodes

THE LOOP: REINVENTEING OUR RIVERS

2. The zones are refined according to the surrounding urban context and river resonates in response to the zones. The impact thefrom nodes spread through the zones, 3. The impact thethe loops from the gradually nodes spread penetrate through into the the urban zones, fabric. and the loops penetrate into the into urban 2.3.The zones arefrom refined according to the surrounding urban context and the river resonates in response tothe the zones. 3. The impact the nodes spread through the and zones, 3. The and impact the loops from the gradually nodes spread penetrate through into the urban zones, fabric. and thegradually loops gradually penetrate thefabric. urban fabric.

betweenbetween each area and these grouped into “zones.” eraction each area andare these are grouped into “zones”.


the two different conditions.

sc4 : secteur des chutes kabir kouba et de wendake

ZONE 1

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MONTMOREN

ST. CHARLES RIVER beauport bay transfer station

3e avenue cegep limoilou

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10km

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150m

3e avenue 1

holy water

2

under-bridge pond

3

water purification

ST. CHARLES RIVER

4

archway canal

5

kayaking

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in-nature promenade

waterfall observatory

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leveled viewpoint

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chasm

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gestion de la immeubles

indigenous culture

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leather workshop

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bike community

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original compsition

newly b

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boat terminal marina saint-roch ecole des berges

train station

rue st. joseph

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THE ‘ART BRIDGE’ INDUCES THE COMMERCIAL FLOW OF RUE ST. JOSEPH INTO THE LIMOILOU AREA WHICH WILL BE DEVELOPED INTO AN ARTS DISTRICT.

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9

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gestion de la immeubles

weekend house village

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MONORAIL CONNECTS URBAN VENUES WHICH WERE FRAGMENTED BY THE RIVER AND THE INFRASTRUCTURE.

THE EXISTING OUTD THE WEEKEND HOUS TENTIAL OF CONNEC

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in order to interlace the broken link between the urban condition and nature, an off-set curve from the river is drawn out, leveled up cross-ways and split. this results in an interesting communication between oscillating volumes from the two different conditions.

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0 30 Holy Water

2

60

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1. expo loop 2. community loop 3. tourist loop

under-bridge pond

3

water purification

150(km) Under-Bridge Water Pond Purification

archway canal

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Archway Canal

kayaking

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Kayaking

N - natural UR - urban EX - existing areas PO - potential areas PU - public PRI - private PRE - preservation D - development

in-nature promenade

In-nature Promenade

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leveled viewpoint

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Waterfall Observatory

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chasm

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10

leather workshop 10km

from a 4x4 grid the cube mass is carved out. simple design allows these cubes to have many different modes that can be efficiently purification promoting pavilions constructed. modularized cubes consists mainly of two parts punched metal cladding as skin and criss-cross stacked wood as structure and interior.

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9

7

11

0

new trail

a

indigenous culture

Leveled Chasm THE ACCESSIBILITY Indigenous Leather THE MONORAIL STRENGTHENS OF THE EXISTING URBAN FABRIC Viewpoint Culture Workshop

ZONE 2

buffer pond 1

river (dirty water) 4

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a

waterfall observatory

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9

b1: secteur du parc linéaire

trois-saults tourism center

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0

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original compsition

MONTMOREN

chute montmore

river (purified water)

INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION

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a’

PURIFICATION SYSTEM PASSES THROUGH THE EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE OF THE CITY.

purification 2 (sedimentation)

purification 3 (filtration)

soil filter

PURIFICATION SYSTEM OF THE RIVER INTEGRATES THE NEEDS OF CLEAR WATER AND THE NEED FOR NEW PUBLIC PROGRAMS FOR PEOPLE INTO A NEW TYPOLOGY. VERTICAL ELEMENTS CAN BOTH PROMOTE THE SYSTEM AND AT THE SAME TIME PROVIDE SERVICES FOR THE VISITORS.

THE ‘INFINITY BRIDG WHILE REACHING B AND SERVICE STATIO

b1: secteur du parc linéaire

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4 0

1

buffer mounds

2

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EX

water purification loop

30

3

tidal cubes

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wooden tectonics

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prefabricated units

PU PRE

PO PRI

D

60

10km

bay-encompassing loop

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swollen platform

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500m

agriculture experience

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passive-designed hotels

a

due to its porosity combined with the changing level caused by the

150(km)

VISUAL CONNECTION FROM THE ARCH BRIDGE

tide of flows,11 theAND spacial values THE ARCH BRIDGE WATER BECOMES BOTH THE WATERWAY THE TRAIL.

ST. CHARLES RIVER existing condition

4

su

10

campiin

THE ‘INFINITY BRIDG

of the interior experiences differ depending on the time

2

3

0

from a 4x4 grid the cube mass is carved out. simple design allows these cubes to have many different modes that can be efficiently constructed. modularized cubes consists mainly of two parts punched metal cladding as skin and criss-cross stacked wood as structure and interior.

ZONE 3

1

6

1

UR 0

green covered highway

newly bu

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a purification 1 (coagulation)

14

SECTION OF THE ‘FL

500m

ST. CHARLES RIVER

buffer pond 2 buffer pond 3 due to its porosity combined with the changing level caused by the tide of flows, the spacial values of the interior experiences differ depending on the time

a’

bike community

Bike Community

THE LOOP: REINVENTEING OUR RIVERS

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BEAUPORT RI

‘the loop’

8

5

3

buffer mounds

2

green covered highway

3

tidal cubes

4

THE DEVELOPMENT PHASE OF WENDAKE REGION TAKES A VERY GRADUAL APPROACH WHICH IS SIMILAR TO POINTAGE DEVELOPMENT.

wooden tectonics

5

prefabricated units

6

bay-encompassing loop

PROGRAMS ARE DENSELY CONCENTRATED IN THE AREA. ALSO, THEY ARE NOT TIGHTLY INTERLACED WITH THE RIVER.

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swollen platform

8

agriculture experience

THE EXISTING PROGRAMS ARE SPREAD OUT TO NEARBY AREAS AND EXPAND THE RANGE OF EXPERIENCE BY INTERWEAVING THE RIVER AND THE CITY.

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3

9

passive-designed hotels

10

campiin

PRIVATE COURTYAR LOW STRONGER CO TURE AND THE URBA

mar st. lawrence river

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2

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EX

8

PU PRE 4

wendake indigenous loop

2

3

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3

UR 30

5

60

PO PRI

sentier des poetes

trail extension

D 150(km)

existing trails

LOOP JOINTS CREATE STRONGER RELATIONS.

EXTENDING THE TRAILS IMPROVES CONNECTION

VIBRANT TRAILS ENCIRCLE THE WENDAKE REGION

VARIOUS TYPOLOGIE


sc1 : secteur urbain

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12

150m

bike community

0

13

original compsition

newly built

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added volumes

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ST. CHARLES RIVER

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merged volumes

complex entrance

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art gallery

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library

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arch bridge

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250m

under-bridge park

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fisher’s market

the focal point is extruded vertically into the form of a tower that can be recog21 nized as a landmark even from distant locations.

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the boundaries of site des sports d’hiver de la pointeaux-lièvres are expanded to include the video centre, eco-quartier and the craft village. thus a new focal point is needed.

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0

10km

layered infrastructure

bike community 0

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original compsition

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Original Compostition

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newly built

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Newly Built

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added volumes

Added Volumes

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merged volumes

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Merged Volumes

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complex entrance

Complex Entrance

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M1 : secteur du parc de la chute-montmorency

art gallery

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Art Gallery

library

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Library

arch bridge

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Arch Bridge

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layered infrastructure

Layered Infrastructure

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0

23

under-bridge park

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fisher’s market

Under-Bridge Fisher’s Park Market 10km

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ZONE 1

200m

ST. CHARLES RIVER vertical, horizontal gaps in current conditions.

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21

17

3e avenue

MONTMOREN

beauport bay transfer station

1. existing bridge 2. parc de la chute-montmorency 3. train de charlevoix (cable car) cegep limoilou 3e avenue

INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION

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gestion de la immeubles a three-dimensional, vertically raised structural bridge is inserted as a connecting loop, providing a new pedestrial walkway. 21

marina saint-roch 20

boat terminal

ecole des berges

train station

further connection is made through the context both horizontally & vertically to create a complete system.

rue st. joseph

THE ‘ART BRIDGE’ INDUCES THE COMMERCIAL FLOW OF RUE ST. JOSEPH INTO THE LIMOILOU AREA WHICH

BEde DEVELOPED INTO AN ARTS DISTRICT. M1 : secteur duWILL parc la chute-montmorency

0

N

UR

EX

PO

9

PRE

passive-designed hotels

10

campiing zone

11

0

D

riverwater pool

12

kayaking under bridge

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suspended walkway

2

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30

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panorama tower

1. expo loop 2. community loop 3. tourist loop

60

15

canoe dock

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bird museum

bird observatory

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18

Montmorency station

10km

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0

cave museum

20

200m

sunken bridges

trois-saults tourism center

vertical, horizontal gaps in current conditions.

N - natural UR - urban EX - existing areas PO - potential areas PU - public PRI - private PRE - preservation D - development

1. existing bridge 2. parc de la chute-montmorency 3. train de charlevoix (cable car)

a

a three-dimensional, vertical-

150(km)

ly raised bridge isURBAN FABRIC THE MONORAIL STRENGTHENS THE ACCESSIBILITY OFstructural THE EXISTING 13

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THE EXISTING OUTD THE WEEKEND HOUS TENTIAL OF CONNEC

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3

1

weekend house village

gestion de la immeubles

MONORAIL CONNECTS URBAN VENUES WHICH WERE FRAGMENTED BY THE RIVER AND THE INFRASTRUCTURE.

PRI

PU

500m

agriculture experience

14

19

The boundaries of the original ST. CHARLES RIVER park are expanded to include Videotron centre, Eco-quartier and the Art village, thus a new focal point is needed.

1. new trail

SECTION OF THE ‘FL

inserted as a connecting loop, providing a new pedestrial walkway.

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ZONE 2

MONTMOREN

further connection is made through promoting the contextpavilions both purification horizontally & vertically to create a complete system.

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12

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buffer pond 1

river (dirty water)

buffer pond 2

buffer pond 3

THE LOOP: REINVENTEING OUR RIVERS

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chute montmore

YN315 river (purified water)

a’

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rm

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agriculture experience

9

passive-designed hotels

10

campiing zone

11

riverwater pool

12

kayaking under bridge

13

suspended walkway

14

panorama tower

15

canoe dock

16

a’

2.

purification 218 Montmorencypurification 319 cave museum bird museum purification171 bird observatory station (coagulation)

(sedimentation)

(filtration)

1. videotron centre

PURIFICATION SYSTEM PASSES THROUGH THE EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE OF THE CITY.

PURIFICATION SYSTEM OF THE RIVER INTEGRATES THE NEEDS OF CLEAR WATER AND THE NEED FOR NEW 2.PROGRAMS eco-quartier PUBLIC FOR PEOPLE INTO A NEW TYPOLOGY. VERTICAL ELEMENTS CAN BOTH PROMOTE THE SYSTEM AND SAME TIME PROVIDE SERVICES FOR THE VISITORS. 3. AT artTHE village

sc1 : secteur urbain

0

0

13

EX

PU PRE

water purification loop

10km

0

250m

14

19

N

the boundaries of site des sports d’hiver de la pointeaux-lièvres are expanded to include the video centre, eco-quartier and the craft village. thus a new focal point is needed.

20

12

30

PO PRI

YN315

D

60

150(km)

the focal point is extruded vertically into the form of THEthat ARCH a tower can be BRIDGE recognized as a landmark even from distant locations.

VISUAL CONNECTION FROM THE ARCH BRIDGE

ZONE 3

4. centerpiece tower

bike community

13

original compsition

14

newly built

15

added volumes

16

merged volumes

17

complex entrance

18

art gallery

19

library

20

arch bridge

21

layered infrastructure

22

under-bridge park

23

fisher’s market

ST. CHARLES RIVER ‘the loop’

a

THE ‘INFINITY BRIDG

WATER BECOMES BOTH THE WATERWAY AND THE TRAIL.

existing condition

12

su

4.

15

UR 0

en dition from d up sults tion from

her workshop

150m

THE ‘INFINITY BRIDG WHILE REACHING B AND SERVICE STATIO

The new focal point is extruded in the form of a tower that can be recognized as a landmark even from distant locations.

24 10km

3.

soil filter20 sunken bridges

BEAUPORT RI


ARLES RIVER

b1: secteur du parc linéaire

MONTMORENCY RIVER

16 1

chute montmorency

ZONE 2

monoir bridge park 0

10km

0

river (purified water)

a’

BEAUPORT RIVER

from a 4x4 grid the cube mass is carved out. simple design allows these cubes to have many different modes that can be efficiently constructed. modularized cubes consists mainly of two parts punched metal cladding as skin and criss-cross stacked wood as structure and interior.

bird museum

a’

1

chute montmorency

a

service stations

HE NEED FOR NEW PROMOTE THE SYS-

500m

THE ‘INFINITY BRIDGE CONNECTS THE TWO CLIFFS WHILE REACHING BOTH MANOIR MONTMORENCY AND SERVICE STATIONS.

THE LOOPS STRETCH TO MONTMORENCY FALLS BRIDGE AND BIRD OBSERVATORIES THROUGH THE BIRD MUSEUM.

due to its porosity combined with the changing level caused by the tide of flows, the spacial values of the interior experiences differ depending on the time

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FURTHER, THE LOOPS STRENGTHEN THE ACCESSIBILITY FROM THE HIGHWAY, THE RAILWAY AND THE BIKE TRAILS.

2 cable car

manoir montmorency vertical tower

supported on cliff

submerged bridge

montemorency fall

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supported in cliff

4 5

3

N

1

2

3

4

EX

PU PRE

5

6

7

8

montmorency loop

1a buffer

service stations

montmorency history museum

mounds

2

Buffer

green covered highway

3

tidal cubes

4

Green Covered Tidal

ARLES RIVER

a’tectonics wooden

Wooden Tectonics

THE ‘INFINITY BRIDGE’ MAXIMIZE THE RIVER EXPERIENCE BY SUBMERGING INTO THE LEVEL BELOW THE RIVER. Mounds Highway Cubes

0

5

UR

prefabricated units

Pre-Fab Units 30

PO PRI 6

D

bay-encompassing loop

7

swollen platform

8

Bay Encom- Swollen 60(km) passing Loop Platform

agriculture experience

9

Agriculture Experience

BEAUPORT RIVER

passive-designed hotels

10

campiin

ZONE 1 farmer’s market

1

environmental trails botanical gardens beauport cascades heritage - river trails

2

agriculture experiences

INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION

E SPREAD OUT TO E RANGE OF EXPERIVER AND THE CITY.

WENDAKE REGION

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waterfowl observatories 4

3

5

beauport theme park

3

littoral trails

OBSERVATORY CUBES EXPAND RECREO-TOURISTIC EXPERIENCE WHILE RESPECTING THE EXISTING WATERFOWL GATHERING AREAS.

N

150m

terraced bank

in order to interlace the broken link between 2the urban condition and nature, an off-set curve from the river is drawn out, leveled up cross-ways and split. this results in an interesting communication between oscillating volumes from 3 conditions. the two different

UR PO PRI

multi-functional bridge (trail extension)

sentier des poetes

parc armand-grenier

3

water purification

4

archway canal

5

kayaking

0

WATER ACTIVITIES OF BAIE DE BEAUPORT 6

in-nature promenade

D

1. agriculture & botanical loop 2. community loop 3. water activities loop

VARIOUS TYPOLOGIES OF RE-CONNECTING THE DIVIDED URBAN AND NATURAL NETWORK. under-bridge pond

PU PRE

1

terraced bank

autoroute felix-leclerc

EX

6

urban fabric

st. lawrence river

2

0

CREATED LOOPS ALLOW PEOPLE TO EXPERIENCE A WIDE RANGE OF ACTIVITIES WHICH RESONATE WITH THE RIVER.

autoroute dufferin-montmorency

nature islands (buffer zone)

marshlands

holy water

10km

baie de beauport

PRIVATE COURTYARDS OF RESIDENTIAL AREAS ALLOW STRONGER CONNECTION BETWEEN THE NATURE AND THE URBAN CONTEXT.

1

0

waterfall observatory

7

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leveled viewpoint

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chasm

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indigenous culture

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leather workshop

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bike community

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original compsition

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TIDAL CUBES

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added volumes

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merged volumes

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punched metal cladding for added visual, spatial porosity

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sc4 : secteur des chutes kabir kouba et de wendake

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From a simple 4X4 grid, the mass of the cubes is carved out. The prefabricated units come in many forms for easy construction and diversity.

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3

Due to the porosity of the form, combined with the changing level of the tide, the spatial value of the interior experiences differ depending on the time.

wood stacked in a criss-crossed manner

4

b1: secteur du parc linéaire

3 0

10km

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500m

from a 4x4 grid the cube mass is carved out. simple design allows these cubes to have many different modes that can be efficiently constructed. modularized cubes consists mainly of two parts punched metal cladding as skin and criss-cross stacked wood as structure and interior.

water level changing according to the change in tide

due to its porosity combined with the changing level caused by the tide of flows, the spacial values of the interior experiences differ depending on the time

1

buffer mounds

2

green covered highway

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tidal cubes

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wooden tectonics

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prefabricated units

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bay-encompassing loop

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swollen platform

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agriculture experience

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passive-designed hotels

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campiing zone

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riverwater pool


ort bay er station

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outdoor center

0

at terminal

MONTMORENCY RIVER THE EXISTING OUTDOOR CENTER IS STRETCHED BY THE WEEKEND HOUSE VILLAGE WHILE HAVING A PO-

1. existing bridge 2. parc de la chute-montmorency 3. train de charlevoix (cable car)

THE CHARACTERISICS OF TROIS-SAULTS EXPAND THROUGH A SERIES OF ACTIVITIES SUPPORTED BY MOTHER NATURE.

TENTIAL OF CONNECTIONRIVER TO THE LINKAGE PARK. MONTMORENCY 11 MONTMORENCY RIVER

ARLES RIVER ARLES RIVER

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ort bay er station ort bay er station

outdoor center outdoor center panorama tower

trois-saults tourism center

at terminal

THE ART VILLAGE REACTS WITH THE FOREST WHICH STANDS AS A BACKGROUND. IT HELPS DISCOVER INDIRECT NETWORKS BETWEEN THE FABRICS.

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forestal garden forestal garden

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meubles WHICH WERE ENUES D THE INFRASTRUCENUES WHICH WERE 8 agriculture experience DmTHE INFRASTRUC-

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art village

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Under Bridge

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INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION

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SECTION OF THE ‘FLOATING TRAIL’ LOOP THE ‘INFINITY BRIDGE CONNECTS THE TWO CLIFFS WHILE REACHING BOTH MANOIR MONTMORENCY AND SERVICE STATIONS. RIVER MONTMORENCY

HE NEED FOR NEW PROMOTE THE SYS-

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PANORAMIC VIEW OF THE ‘FLOATING TRAIL’ FROM THE CLIFF

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PANORAMIC OF THE TRAIL’ FROM THE CLIFF THE LOOPS VIEW STRETCH TO‘FLOATING MONTMORENCY FALLS FURTHER, THE LOOPS STRENGTHEN THE ACCESSI15 BRIDGE AND BIRD OBSERVATORIES THROUGH THE BILITY FROM THE HIGHWAY, THE RAILWAY AND THE BIRD MUSEUM. BIKE TRAILS.

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cable car

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manoir montmorency vertical tower

monoir bridge park

submerged bridge

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the focal point is extruded vertically into the form of a tower that can be recognized as a landmark even from distant locations. montmorency

bird museum

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service stations service stations

montmorency history museum

chute montmorency

a THE ‘INFINITY BRIDGE CONNECTS THE TWO CLIFFS THE LOOPS STRETCH TO MONTMORENCY FALLS service stations WHILE REACHING BOTH MANOIR MONTMORENCY BRIDGE AND BIRD OBSERVATORIES THROUGH THE THE THE RIVER BY SUBMERGING INTO THE BELOW THEFALLS RIVER. ‘INFINITY BRIDGE’ BRIDGE MAXIMIZE CONNECTS THE TWOEXPERIENCE CLIFFS THE LOOPS STRETCH TO LEVEL MONTMORENCY AND ‘INFINITY SERVICE STATIONS. BIRD MUSEUM. WHILE REACHING BOTH MANOIR MONTMORENCY BRIDGE AND BIRD OBSERVATORIES THROUGH THE AND SERVICE STATIONS. BIRD MUSEUM.

BEAUPORT RIVER 20

bike community

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supported 14 newly built on cliff

original compsition

cable car 15

added volumes

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a’ FURTHER, THE LOOPS STRENGTHEN THE ACCESSIBILITY FROM THE HIGHWAY, THE RAILWAY AND THE FURTHER, THE LOOPS STRENGTHEN THE ACCESSIBIKE TRAILS. BILITY FROM THE HIGHWAY, THE RAILWAY AND THE BIKE TRAILS.

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manoir montmorency

vertical tower bridge 16 merged 17 complex submerged 18 art gallery volumes entrance cable car manoir montmorency vertical tower

supported on cliff

submerged bridge

montemorency fall 19 library montemorency fall

supported arch bridge in cliff

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farmer’s market

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under-bridge park

ARLES RIVER

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marshlands

urban fabric

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terraced bank

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three dimensional, vertically raised loop ZONE 1 bridge

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autoroute felix-leclerc

beauport theme park

multi-functional bridge (trail extension)

littoral trails

autoroute dufferin-montmorency autoroute dufferin-montmorency

nature islands (buffer zone) nature islands (buffer zone)

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terraced bank

terraced bank

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1. agriculture & botanical loop 2. community loop a three-dimensional, vertical-loop 3. water activities

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further connection is made through the context both horizontally & vertically to create a complete 1 system.

passive-designed hotels

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campiing zone

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riverwater pool

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autoroute felix-leclerc

kayaking under bridge

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suspended walkway

multi-functional bridge (trail extension) multi-functional bridge (trail extension)

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panorama tower

parc armand-grenier

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canoe dock

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bird museum

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bird observatory

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further connection made to horizontal and vertical context

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urban fabric urban fabric

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baie de beauport baie de beauport

sentier des poetes parc armand-grenier PRIVATE COURTYARDS OF RESIDENTIAL AREAS ALOBSERVATORY CUBES EXPAND RECREO-TOURISTIC LOW STRONGER CONNECTION BETWEEN THE NAEXPERIENCE WHILE RESPECTING THE EXISTING WAVARIOUS TYPOLOGIES OF THE DIVIDED URBAN AND NATURAL PRIVATE COURTYARDS OFRE-CONNECTING RESIDENTIAL AREAS ALOBSERVATORY CUBESNETWORK. EXPAND RECREO-TOURISTIC TURE AND THE URBAN CONTEXT. TERFOWL GATHERING AREAS. LOW STRONGER CONNECTION BETWEEN THE NAEXPERIENCE WHILE RESPECTING THE EXISTING WATURE AND THE URBAN CONTEXT. TERFOWL GATHERING AREAS.

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vertical, horizontal gaps in current conditions.

waterfowltheme observatories beauport park

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M1 : secteur du parc de la chute-montmorency

autoroute dufferin-montmorency

nature islands (buffer zone)

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farmer’s market

littoral trails

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horizontal gap

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CREATED LOOPS ALLOW PEOPLE TO EXPERIENCE A WIDE RANGE OF ACTIVITIES WHICH RESONATE WITH THE RIVER.

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fisher’s market

1.

beauport theme park

THE ‘INFINITY BRIDGE’ MAXIMIZE THE RIVER EXPERIENCE BY SUBMERGING INTO THE LEVEL BELOW THE RIVER. PRIVATE COURTYARDS OF RESIDENTIAL AREAS ALOBSERVATORY CUBES EXPAND RECREO-TOURISTIC LOW STRONGER CONNECTION BETWEEN THE NAEXPERIENCE WHILE RESPECTING THE EXISTING WATURE AND THE URBAN CONTEXT. TERFOWL GATHERING AREAS. BEAUPORT RIVER

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environmental trails

waterfowl observatories

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60(km)

ZONE 1

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layered infrastructure

agriculture experiences

service stations a THE ‘INFINITY BRIDGE’ MAXIMIZE THE RIVER EXPERIENCE BY SUBMERGING INTO THE LEVEL BELOW THE RIVER.

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supported in cliff

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botanical gardens beauport cascades heritage - river trails

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cave museum

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platform

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the boundaries of site des sports d’hiver de la pointeaux-lièvres are expanded to include the video centre, eco-quartier and the craft village. thus a new focal point is needed.

supported in cliff

monoir bridge park

HE NEED FOR NEW PROMOTE THE SYSHE NEED FOR NEW PROMOTE THE SYS-

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PO PRI

10km

30

river (purified water) river (purified water)

workshop

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SECTION OF THE ‘FLOATING TRAIL’ LOOP service stations

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bird museum

trois-saults canoe dock

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projected loop panorama tower

trois-saults canoe dock

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bird observatory

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Bird Observatory

monoir bridge park

trois-saults tourism center trois-saults tourism center

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1. botanic loop 2. trois-sault festival loop 3. beauport outdoor activities loop

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chute montmorency

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THE CHARACTERISICS OF TROIS-SAULTS EXPAND THE ART VILLAGE REACTS WITH THE FOREST WHICH THE WEEKEND HOUSE VILLAGE WHILE HAVING A POTHROUGH A SERIES OF ACTIVITIES SUPPORTED BY STANDS AS A BACKGROUND. IT HELPS DISCOVER INPANORAMIC VIEW OF THE TRAIL’ FROM THE CLIFF THE EXISTING OUTDOOR CENTER IS STRETCHED BY THE CHARACTERISICS OF‘FLOATING TROIS-SAULTS EXPAND THE ARTNETWORKS VILLAGE REACTS WITH THE FOREST WHICH SECTION OFCONNECTION THE ‘FLOATING LOOP TENTIAL OF TOTRAIL’ THE LINKAGE PARK. MOTHER NATURE. DIRECT BETWEEN THE FABRICS. 9 passive-designed hotels 10 campiing zone 11 riverwater pool 12 kayaking under bridge 13 suspended walkway 14 panorama tower 15 canoe dock 16 bird museum THE WEEKEND HOUSECamping VILLAGE WHILE HAVING A POTHROUGHKayaking A SERIES OF ACTIVITIES SUPPORTED BY Panorama STANDS AS A BACKGROUND. Passive Riverwater Suspended Canoe IT HELPS DISCOVER Bird INTENTIAL OF CONNECTION TO THE LINKAGE PARK. MOTHER NATURE. DIRECT NETWORKS BETWEEN THE FABRICS.

Hotels

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train station

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cave museum

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10km

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meubles

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500m


Jinyang Sangga

AGAIN, SEUNSANGGA Poongjeon Hotel

Sampoongsangga

Eulji Ro Cheonggaesangga

Mareunnae Ro

Cheonggaecheon Jong Ro Seunsangga

STUDIO VIII: GRADUATION PROJECT

Shinseong Sangga

Daerimsangga

Twegae Ro

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STUDIO VIII: GRADUATION PROJECT

1.

2.

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5.

1. Building Height 2. Building Age 3. Land Size 4. Program 5. Seoul Masterplan

Kim Soo Keun’s original masterplan followed Le Corbusier’s Ideals and attempted to seperate the pedestrian and vehicle circulation through a pedestrian walking deck made on the third floor, that would connect all the four units in the megastructure. However, the units were made by seperate construction companies who did not follow the original plan and refused to finish the walking deck. As a result the units remained isolated and the walking deck could not retain its planned function as an elevated park and thus became a barren and under-utilized space.

Axes Causing Isolation 1.

2.

3.

1. Seunsangga Elevated Park Rendered Image 2. Current Condition of Walking Deck 3. The High Line

Social Magnets

Park Axis Affected Urban Fabric This project is a proposal to create an elevated urban park such as the “The Highline” in New York or the recently finished “Seoul-Lo” in Seoul. This park will reunite the isolated units and connect the green spaces of Jongmyo and Namsan. By placing various “Social Magnets” into Seunsangga, visitors will be attracted into the park and will bring back life into the run-down district. Green space Social Magnets placed at Major Arteries New Vertical Flowlines Added at Major Intersections of the Existing Urban Fabric

AGAIN, SEUNSANGGA

INITIAL PROGRAMS


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The original stairs that lead to the walking deck were steep and narrow. Thus the deck was very unaccessible and was left unvisited. Improvements in vertical circulation were crucial for the success of the new urban park.

AGAIN, SEUNSANGGA

STUDIO VIII: GRADUATION PROJECT 01 Phase 1 Masterplan Elevated Park (3F) 1. Initial Condition

2. Horizontal Cut & Connection

3. Insertion A

B

Buildings Able to be Connected to the Park Enhanced Vertical Circulation Entrance Space and Retail Units

C

D

E

Art Gallery and Workshop Space Bookshop and Library

Food Market and Cooking Area Fresh Produce Market

performing Arts Center

Vertical Farm and Produce Distribution


21 1F Floor Plan

02 Exploded Isometric Drawing Section A

1

4 2

3

STUDIO VIII: GRADUATION PROJECT

AGAIN, SEUNSANGGA

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3F Floor Plan 2

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1

1 2 3 4

Entrance Lobby Grand Staircase and Escalators Retail Units Rooftop Garden Connected to Art Workshop Spaces

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22 3F Floor Plan

1F Floor Plan

03 Exploded Isometric Drawing Section B

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1

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5F Floor Plan

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2 1

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Media Art Hall Urban Park-Outdoor Exhibition Space Stairs Converted into Escalator Art Gallery Lobby Exhibition Space 1 Exhibition Space 2 Exhibition Space 3

AGAIN, SEUNSANGGA

STUDIO VIII: GRADUATION PROJECT

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STUDIO VIII: GRADUATION PROJECT

model photo 04 Facade and Section Detail Section B

05 1:50 Scale Model Paint and Paper on Wood

AGAIN, SEUNSANGGA

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05 Exploded Isometric Drawing Section D

1F Floor Plan

3F Floor Plan

1

1

3

AGAIN, SEUNSANGGA

STUDIO VIII: GRADUATION PROJECT

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1

1 2 3

Book Store Urban Park-Outdoor Reading Space Indoor Reading SpaceConnected to Library

06 Section Drawing Section D

07 Perspective Drawing Section D


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08 Exploded Isometric Drawing Section E

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09 Section Drawing Section E

STUDIO VIII: GRADUATION PROJECT

3 2

6

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2 3

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1

3F Floor Plan 5

3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Theater Lobby Grand Staircase Cafe Urban Park-Outdoor Performance Space Control Box Practice Rooms

1

AGAIN, SEUNSANGGA

1F Floor Plan


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SUMMER MIST

RAGDALE RING COMPETITION Concept Artwork “Summer Mist” Ink on Traditional Korean Paper


27 CONSIDERING THE ORIGINAL RAGDALE RING CONTEXT

SUBDIVISION AND REARRANGING FOR ADJUSTED FUNCTION

PIXELLATION AND ENHANCED TRANSPARANCY 6

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RAGDALE RING COMPETITION

SUMMER MIST

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RAGDALE RING COMPETITION

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RAGDALE RING COMPETITION

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SU IN KIM EDUCATION - Korea University Architecture B. Arch WORK EXPERIENCE - Internship at Junglim Architecture (February~March, 2017) - Military Service (2013-2015)

RESUME

SCHOLARSHIPS - Scholarship for outstanding Academic Achievement (2012 1st semester, 2013 1st semester) - Kukbo Design Scholarship for Future Young Architects (2017 1st and 2nd semesters) - National Grant Scholarship (2017 2nd semester) EXTRA ACTIVITIES - LA Arts District Revitalization Workshop, NBBJ (January, 2017) - Unreal Engine 4 VR Workshop (July~August, 2016) - Instructor of Rhino, Photoshop and Illustrator EXHIBITIONS - “People”, a photo exhibition held at gallery “Chaewoom” (March, 2017) - Winner Announcement Exhibition, attended by the Mayor of Quebec City, held at Quebec City Hall (September, 2017) - Graduation Exhibition, held at Hana Square (December, 2017) PROFICIENCY - Rhino 5 - V-Ray 2.0 - Adobe Suite CS5 (Ai, Ps, Id) - Sketchup 2016 - AutoCAD 2016 - Unreal Engine 4 - Film Photography

SU IN KIM

AWARDS - Third place in the “Revons nos rivières” competition, an international professional urban planning competition held by Quebec city (2017) - Best Graduation Project, Dean’s prize (2017)

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Suin Kim Harvard GSD Application Portfolio 2018  

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