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WANJUNG LEE Portfolio Academic / Professional works 2012 ~2017

Master of Architecture University of Pennsylvania / PennDesign

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WANJUNG LEE +1.267.699.6158 / wanj@upenn.edu /4247 locust st 621, Philadelpahia, PA, 19104

EDUCATION 2014.08 ~ 2017.05

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA _Master of Architecture 1 (Advanced Placement)

2011.08 ~ 2011.11

National University of Singapore, Singapore, Singapore _Exchange student (2nd year)

2007.02 ~ 2013.02

Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea _Bachelor of Engineering (Architecture enginnering)

WORK EXPERIENCES 2016.06 ~ 2016.07 (2 months)

BCHO (Bcho Architects Associates), Seoul, AIA, Internship _Hyundai training center, rendering, Cheonan _Hyundai service center exterior renovation, concept design, Seoul _Mali competition, moderling, rendering, diagram, Lima

2015.08 ~ 2016.04 (9 months)

CAP (Comtemporary Architecture Practice), Shanghai, Internship _PWCC (Penn Wharton Center China) exhibition, rendering/modeling, Beijing _Hauwei lounge interior, concept design, Hangzou _Wenjin hotel VIP interior, concerpt design, moderling, rendering, Beijing _Yiwu master plan, concept design, Yiwu

2013.08 ~ 2013.09 (2 months)

2012.

Fall

Jaewan construction company, Seoul, internship _Residential project, drawing, Seoul

AWARD & SCHOLARSHIP

COMPUTER SKILLS

Thesis study 3 rank, Alumni Prize

_Rhino, Maya

(Hanyang University, School of Engineering) 2011. Spring

Scholarship (half tuition), the Excellent Grade Student (Hanyang University, School of Engineering)

2011.

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Scholarship (full tuition), the Excellent Grade Student

_Sketchup _Grasshopper _AutoCAD _Revit _Maxwell,V-ray,Keyshot

(Hanyang University, School of Engineering)

_Photoshop,Illustrator

Alumni scholarship (half tuition)

_InDesign

(Hanyang University, School of Engineering)

Language

Scholarship (full tuition), the Excellent Grade Student

_Korean (Native)

(Hanyang University, School of Engineering)

_English (Proficient)


01 Respiratory Object in NYC _Academic Work/PennDesign

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02 Axis Micro House in Philly _Academic Work/PennDesign

18 ~ 27

03 Axis Micro House in Philly _Academic Work/PennDesign

27 ~ 37

04 Train Museum in Seoul _Academic Work/Hanyang Univ. 38 ~ 47

05 Auction House and Galleries _Academic Work/PennDesign 48 ~ 59

06 CAP Shanghai Works _Professional Work/CAP Shanghai 62 ~ 67

07 Bcho Architects Works _Professional Work/Bcho Seoul 68 ~ 73

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01 Respiratory Object in NYC PennDesign Fall Semester 2016 Instructor: Ferda Kolatan Team_mate: Insung Hwang Location: the Battery park tunnel entrance, Manhatton Program: Infrastructure, ventilation tower, and park Software: Maya, Keyshot

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“ Perhaps the big project of the nonhuman turn is to find new techniques, in speech and art and mood, to disclose the particioation of nonhuman in “our”world.” Richard Grusin “The Nonhuman Turn”

This project is about synthetic landscape design, including a ventilation tower, infrastructure, and new type of park. The main issue in the design was the material, which could not be fake and had to be organic. So, we found the material, bedrock, in Manhattan, and then, I designed a very futuristic and ambiguous synthetic landscape. This design makes people broaden their perspective of architectural design.

Respiratory Object in NYC

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Satelite View (Layout)

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Underground level.

Soil

the Machine for making the Park

Bedrock

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the New Rock Park New Park

Tunnel East

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Retaining Wall

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Tunnel

Ventilation Tower

Ventilation Tower

New Park

Tunnel Brooklin

Exploded Diagram

Geological Diagram

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Excavator Wheel

Polishing Machine

Designed Rock Texture

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This studio will design a new entrance zone into the Battery Tunnel on the Manhattan side of New York City. The project will be comprised of a ventilation tower, an office building, a “recreational” space, and the tunnel entrance itself. In accordance to the conceptual framework, we will treat these elements not within individual categories but rather as vital components of a single hybrid object. A number of strange categorical blends will be examined and then used to formulate the new proposals. The coming together of all these disparate elements at the entry of the tunnel provides an ideal testing ground for an architecture,

which seeks to unveil, express, and formalize agencies and aesthetics of things that make up our built environment without falling back into preconceived notions of value, beauty, or usefulness. The “Respiratory Object” will register qualities that often go unnoticed or are deliberately hidden because they are deemed unfamiliar and thus undesirable. But it is precisely in these qualities where we will attempt to locate a new departure point for design, which can tolerate the “strange”, and incorporate it as an active and relevant participant in the design process.

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Top View (Detail)

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This image is the landscape on park. The design motif comes from the method of the excavator wheel machine. That machine is rotated on an axis, so a circular shape is made. And then, the polishing machine moves in order to make the pathway. This work process is automated. There is no human interruption. Pedestrians walking through on the side road can see the moving polishing machine above their heads.

Plan Drawing (Detail)

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Road

Battery Park

The ventilation tower The ventilation tower is mixed with elegance and mundane idea. So, this is the novelty.

3D Section (Detail)

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Ventilation Tower


New Park

The New Park This Park is different from common park with grass. So, people can experience novel perspective.

Tunnel Chunk (Detail)

Pipe System (Detail) The above images are of an interior mechanism. The first image is showing how tunnel and pipes are inserted into the real bedrock, and the second image is showing the whole pipe system. The reason for showing this pipe configuration is to show how to work the ventilation tower. The biggest image is the 3D section image. That image is showing the synthetic idea and the relationships among the existing places, the bedrock, and the synthetic building.

Respiratory Object in NYC

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Street View (Detail)

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Entrance View (Detail)

The street view in Manhattan is more unique than the one in other cities, but the buildings are not unique in the city. As for working on this project, we would like to give people a very strange experience. This concept is connected with the circulation idea – how to attract people walking on the pathway into the park.

For this reason, the concrete retaining wall is a boundary between the new park and adjacent buildings, so people cannot see the park from the road, but they may be curious about what is beyond the retaining wall because a very big automated machine is moving above their heads. Finally, people will go inside, and they will experience a very strange view.

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Perspective View (Physical Model Detail)

Top View (Physical Model Detail)

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Perspective View (Physical Model Detail)

Respiratory Object in NYC

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02 Post-anthropocentric Logistics Center : Hyperloop one and Amazon center PennDesign Spring Semester 2017 Instructor: Robert-Stuart-Smith Location: Nevada, United States Program: Automated Factory, Hyperloop, Airship Software: Rhino, Maya, Keyshot Team Project

This project started from the question that what is the building for autonomous machines. Based on research of Amazon Fulfilment Center, it was possible to extract basic concept of the project. First is optimal height of the machines. Normal buildings are organized according to the human scale, yet this project is done by each machine’s size. Furthermore, it became the thinking of developing vertical circulation of overall factory, which made the process system more efficient; existing Amazon Fulfilment Center has largely three process- receiving materials, organizing, and packaging. Second is creating proper circulation for post-anthropocentric building. In this project, there are two types of circulation. One is for machines; visible yet not accessible for humans. 18


The other is for humans; minimum space for needs. To organize this system, human circulation takes only small portion of slightly lower level of the center. This human circulation does not harm main grid system of machine circulation, so machines make flexible grid system using QR Code to work productively. Third is proper shape of the building. The form and shape of this building is created by its own programs. Process and mechanism of Amazon Fulfilment Center is respected; in order to put huge horizontal space in relatively smaller space in the center of a city, vertical spaces are created; and overall phase of factory made collection of box shapes at the beginning and created streamlined volume at the hyperloop station part. Post-anthropocentric Logistics Center

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Drone This drone delivery system is related to Amazon Prime Air. In the future, small size of packages are delivered by drones, not human. For this reason, there have to be opening for drones. These drones can be entered into Amazon Fulfillment Center.

Amazon Fulfillment Center Amazon’s operations now involve material supply, distribution, and point of sale being undertaken with minimal human intervention. Amazon’s ecosystem has few anthropocentric concern, yet it perceives an economic opportunity in offering rapid human transport services as a bi-product to it’s manufacturing and sales operation.

Set of objects The term “Internet of Things” describes how since 2008, communication between thing exceeds communications involving people. By 2020 there will be 50 Billion things connected to the internet. Physical domains are increasingly concerned with the interaction of ‘things’ above the interactions of people. The technological shift has enabled industry to transform into what is commonly referred to as “industry 4.0”. Manufacturing has incorporated digital communications, robotic fabrication, and artificial intelligence, to become a highly interconnected semi-autonomous enterprise. Prior to Industry 4.0, it was more economical for companies to consolidate manufacturing within large remote factories where there was access to cheap labour. Industry 4.0 technologies are re-situated close to pointes of sale, rely on minimal human intervention, and aim for near-zero time-scales between purchase and delivery. The infrastructure that supports this is increasingly urban, yet decreasingly human.

3D printer

KIVA

Automated Van

Container

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Hyperloop tube

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Perspective Cutaway View Server

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Amazon Prime Air Amazon is serious about drone deliveries. We’ve known that for a long time and its latest Clarkson-infused unveil has only further highlighted the seripus nature with which the retailer is pursuing aerial shipping. It’s still some way off though. While the technology might be there, the regulations aren’t. If Amazon’s drones are going to fly out of line of sight (more than 10 miles), regulations need to change first - and this won’t be a speedy process. What’s more, Amazon itself has put a damper on those expecting flying packages come January . The firm caveated its big unveil by stating it “will not launch Prime Air until we are able to demonstrate safe operations”.

Hyperloop Station This hyperloop station is for both of human and package from amazon. This system is common in other train stations. However, the difference from other stations is for mainly package from amazon. This is because this building is not anthropocentric. Also, this building is located in desert, Nevada. The interior operation system is showed on next drawing page.

Hyperloop tube For Amazon

Hyperloop tube For human

Hyperloop Elon Musk’s Hyperloop technology is generating a lot of commercial interests; architectural firm BIG are already commissioned for a Dubai Abu Dhabi Hyperloop preoject while Hyperloop Transportation Technologies is developing an alternative version of the technology for a Bdapest-Bratislava-Vienna line. The hyperloop is a high-speed train system that utilises vacuum tubes, and offers inter-city travel at speeds competitive with air flight. Similar to regular railway stations, hyperloop terminals are able to be placed in city centres, and therefore their design must engage with a complex urban and architectural set of problems.

Major Participating Company

Post-anthropocentric Logistics Center

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Drone This drone delivery system is related to Amazon Prime Air. In the future, small size of packages are delivered by drones, not human. For this reason, there have to be opening for drones. These drones can be entered into Amazon Fulfillment Center.

Amazon Fulfilment Center Amazon fulfilment center needs much scale of land. So, this building is located in Nevada. And this building is designed according to the size of small unit for automated machines.

Drone Structure for hyperloop Center The building is supported by steel structure. and exterior finish is concrete. And all of the steel structure makes interior space. Interior finish, some part is concrete and other part is corian.

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Commercial Spaces

Water for cooling system

This drone delivery system is related to Amazon Prime Air. In the future, small size of packages are delivered by drones, not human. For this reason, there have to be opening for into Amazon Fulfillment Center.

This drone delivery system is related to Amazon Prime Air. In the future, small size of packages are delivered by drones, not human. For this reason, there have to be opening for into Amazon Fulfillment Center.


Main Entrance The percent of human space in this building is 20%. Human usually use hyperloop station.

Hyperloop Center This center is divided into two parts. The first part is for robots and the other part is for human. But, human circulation is in small portion of this building. The inside circulation can be showed in previous page.

Fan One of the most important in this building is ventilation due to the heating produced by automated machines. This fan is connected with hyperloop center and amazon fulfilment center.

Top View (Detail)

Logistics center

Elevation Cutaway View (Detail) Post-anthropocentric Logistics Center

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Plan Drawing (Detail)

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The street view in Manhattan is more unique than the one in other cities, but the buildings are not unique in the city. As for working on this project, we would like to give people a very strange experience. This concept is connected with the circulation idea – how to attract people walking on the pathway into the park. e is moving above their heads. Finally, people will go inside, and they will experience a very strange view.

For this reason, the concrete retaining wall is a boundary between the new park and adjacent buildings, so people cannot see the park from the road, but they may be curious about what is beyond the retaining wall because a very big automated machine is moving above their heads. Finally, people will go inside, and they will experience a very strange view. . As for working on this project, we would like to give people a experience.

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Firstly, some of them don’t need a studio with a kitchen because they spend so much time at their schools or workplaces. But most of the studios in Philadelphia have kitchens. For this reason, I could get the smallest room without a kitchen, for a studio at less expense. On the other hand, people who want to have a kitchen in their room can choose to share a kitchen with others. This can be economical for them because most of them have irregular life patterns, so they have different meal times. Secondly, this building is targeting people who want to collaborate with others and share their workplace with others. Also, this building offers a gallery and multi-purpose hall in the same building. Microhousing projects are booming in America, especially on the eastern side. This is behouse by themselves.

Factory Interior View (Detail)

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Hyperloop Center Interior VIew (Detail)

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02 Axis Micro House in Philly PennDesign Fall Semester 2014 Instructor: Brian Phillips Location: Philapelphia, Pennsylvania Program: Micro House Software: Rhino, V-ray

Microhousing projects are booming in America, especially on the eastern side. This is because so many people prefer to live alone and because it is difficult for young people to buy a house by themselves. For this reason, they are searching for the smallest houses with the least financial burden. In Philadelphia, there are many people who study art and have jobs related to the art industry. They usually are in a class with low income. Although their schools or workplaces are located in the inner city, they prefer to live outside of the city because of the living expenses. Noting this point, I have a good idea for gathering them into the inner city.

Firstly, some of them don’t need a studio with a kitchen because they spend so much time at their schools or workplaces. But most of the studios in Philadelphia have kitchens. For this reason, I could get the smallest room without a kitchen, for a studio at less expense. On the other hand, people who want to have a kitchen in their room can choose to share a kitchen with others. This can be economical for them because most of them have irregular life patterns, so they have different meal times. Secondly, this building is targeting people who want to collaborate with others and share their workplace with others. Also, this building offers a gallery and multi-purpose hall in the same building.

Axis Microhousing in Philly

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studio kitchen work social gallery

good sunlight easy to use subway erected urban fabric

Public / Private Gallery / main building

By direction of sunlight Micro housing Unit dividing into two pieces By relationship with others

Mass Study (Concept Study)

Mass study and uban fabric are started from the figure of road system in US. Most of cities in US have similar the road system. the system is organized by orthogonal shape, which does not have any vertical hierachy, but have equal sequence like network. I applied this idea to this project, because this microhouse is small city. Based on this concept, I did 2studies. The first study is program study which make modules having small function.

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And then, I studied how to configurate the modules through urban fabric. The first step of urban fabic starts from 2d plane, and then, erected the plane. The last step is mass study. This is important step because this building is for artists who think of natural environment as important. So, the mass study is divided into 3 step. The first one is where is public or private space. The second step is the direction of sunlight. The last one is putting small units into the grid.


A-type Unit (Musicians) bed+desk

Unit number : 34 Unit size : 205 sf. Location of unit : middle Including : basic This unit is for musicians. They dont need big size window because they usually work nighttime and dont need much sunlight. Also, they need parts to focus on their music appliances.

main entrance

window

bathroom

B-type Unit (Sleepers) Unit number : 42 Unit size : 192 sf. Location of unit : south Including : basic +terrace

bed+desk main entrance

This unit is for sleepers. They dont need big size of unit because they spend much time in school or their workplace. Instead, they have terrace which can good for taking rest.

bathroom

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C-type Unit (Painters) Unit number : 28 Unit size : 210 sf. Location of unit : north Including : basic + terrace

bed+desk main entrance

This unit is for painters. They dont need indirect sunlight to work because direct sunlight can disturb their work. ALso, they need spacial parts of their room.

bathroom

terrace

D-type Unit (Kitchen) kitchen

Unit number : 12 Unit size : 110 sf. Location of unit : Including : basic + kitchen This unit is for people who want to cook home but sharing kitchen is better for them because they have irregular lifepattern. For this reason, sharing kitchen is more helpful to them.

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Facade (Detail)

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The configuration of facade looks looks like random, but there is very strict logic to configurate the modules. The eventual goal of configurating the facade is showing small scale of city.

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3D perspective Section (Detail)

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Exploded Programs Diagram (Detail)

These show 3D sections and a way to aggregate programs. The interesting point is that this building is connected with a subway station. For this reason, people who want to see a performance or exhibition performed in the building can access this building easily. Also, they can go to the top of the building, where there is a main gallery. Going upstairs, they can experience small different galleries.

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3D perspective View (Detail) Axis Microhousing in Philly

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03 Train Museum in Seoul Hanyang University Fall Semester 2012 Instructor: Woon-jong Park Location: Seoul, Korea Program: Train Museum and park Software: Rhino, Vray

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This project connects architecturally and incorporates the theme described above. A personal memory was assumed as a dot and incorporated into a new architecture, with the help of the Voronoi diagram. The memories of the particular spaces as a collection of the dots create another new collection of memories-the theme of this project. The new memories get created over the memories.

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EXTRACT POINTS FROM: _from the location Use points from individual memories. This is because we thought that the memory contain ideal programs for galleries. It’s very simple and rationable method.

COLLECT POINTS FROM: _from individual memory Needed several data as we wanted to make more persuable. Therefore, using previous way, collect a lot of individual memory as possible

SET POINTS FROM DATA: _manupulate points to function Had to fit space for our purpose. For this reason, manupulated dots with specific rules. This is attributed to the fact that if without rules, meaning of data is no useful.

USE PHINO PROGRAM: _employ grasshopper plug-in In order to complete voronoi pattern, we need algorithm. Thankfully, there is already program which makes Voronoi pattern. It’s grasshopper. Algorithm presents.

FIX SHAPE FROM CONCEPT: _determine final shape Finally, can create terminal 3D model through previous phases. This process is very simple, but we have to make much effort due to aesthetic view.

Two long cubes are located according ro railroad. This is because the meaning of railroad is important.

Change function of the other, because one building has advantage to access, while the other has no.

Apply concept to one building and in order to show concept more clearly, mend the size of the other.

Adapt voronoi pattern to buildings. By this process, you can express your initial intention.

Determine final model by making the models more dramatically. Erase pieces through intuition.

Train Museum in Seoul

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Why so serious? This is very borring. And it is old fashion. People go to gallery when they have goal tto watch pictures and enjoy.

People want this access!! And gallery will be easy to access. People go to gallery whenever they want cuz the access to the gallery is very easy!!

This path is main path and is originated from the public memory of this site. The content of the public is from city to natural. This is because Kyungchun Line started from Seoul and the last location is Chuncheon located near natural.

This plan is made by assembling those masses. For this reason, the shape of space is unique and partition is made freely

This building is composed of 5parts. The role of those parts is for patrons who want to enjoy with sitting. For this reason, this building is located behind the main building. Moreover, people can take relax.

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This is main building od this project. Users can enjoy exhibition and feel the history of the line. This is attributed to the fact that galleries are offset and space between buildings provid chance to go out.


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gallery 8 2nd floor special display

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library

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lounge 1st floor cafe,toilet

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1st floor office,toilet

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seminar 1st floor reading center

library 1st floor archive,reading center

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lobby 1st floor ticket booth

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Train Museum in Seoul

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Perspective View (Physicla Model Detail)

The shapes created by the Voronoi diagram have two advantages: one, eliminating the standardized division and the existing floor concept, creating a new way of height division; two, this space is for diverse art creation or for its exhibition, which can inspire the artists. The new space form provides its users with the diverse images of the buildings.

The shapes created by the Voronoi diagram have two advantages: one, eliminating the standardized division and the existing floor concept, creating a new way of height division; two, this space is for diverse art creation or for its exhibition, which can inspire the artists. The new space form provides its users with the diverse images of the buildings.

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The shapes created by the Voronoi diagram have two advantages: one, eliminating the standardized division and the existing floor concept, creating a new way of height division; two, this space is for diverse art creation or for its exhibition, which can inspire the artists. The new space form provides its users with the diverse images of the buildings.

Train Museum in Seoul

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04 Auction House and Galleries PennDesign Spring Semester 2015 Instructor: Hina Jamelle Consultant: Dan Brodkin and Matt Jackson, ARUP New York Location: Chelsea, New York City Program: Auction house and galleries Software: Maya, Maxwell

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The goal of this project is to make an innovative auction house and signature building in New York City. The auction hall has the characteristic of changing programs according to circulation in contrast to conventional buildings. People can experience innovative spaces and broaden their ideas of architecture. This project starts with analyzing urban contexts and natural transformation systems. The main thesis is bifurcating programs. This idea is reflected by changing programs horizontally.

Transformation Diagram (Concept)

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This site is composed of big size of buildings, such as Big galleries, convention center.

The Site

This site is composed of small size of buildings, such as small office, cafe.

Big Programs

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City Analysis Diagram (Concept)

Program/Circulation Diagram (Concept)

This diagram starts with analyzing context around the site. There are some huge buildings with big programs in eastern side. On the other side, there are others small buildings with small programs. For this reaosn, deciding transformation system for showing dividing programs. In terms of structure, this building needs skinny skeletal structure to support big programs in eastern side and solid structure to support small programs in werstern side. Considering these two factors, drawing this diagrams. The upper one is program diagram which show changing programs and density of programs. The bottom diagram is circulation diagram

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This diagram starts with analyzing context around the site. There are some huge buildings with big programs in eastern side. On the other side, there are others small buildings with small programs. For this reaosn, deciding transformation system for showing dividing programs. In terms of structure, this building needs skinny skeletal structure to support big programs in eastern side and solid structure to support small programs in werstern side. Considering these two factors, drawing this diagrams. The upper one is program diagram which show changing programs and density of programs. The bottom diagram is circulation diagram


Facade View (Detail) This is main faade which show main thesis of this project. Bifurcating programs from big programs to small programs.Also, material is trasmformed from steel frame to concrete solid wall. Detail material is shown in next page.

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Private Auction Hall

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Main Lobby

B1 - Parking Lot

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The goal of the 3D section is to show the arrangement of structure and programs. As seen in the program diagram on the previous page, this arrangement of programs follows the diagram. More specifically, this diagram is to show the transformation of the interior pattern.

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Section Drawing (Detail)

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Detail Drawing (Detail)

Exterior Glass Insulation Frame for Exteriror Galss Interior Glass Joint Exterior Finish GRG Exterior Finish GRG Pipe Interiror Finish Corian Exterior Glass Frame for Exteriror Galss Concrete Stainless Steel Lighting

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3D - Detail

This section and the section detail drawing are to show how materials are applied. One of the important things in terms of structure is using a steel frame and a solid concrete wall. Also, installation of the exterior panel and interior panel is important. This is because the exterior panel is GRG, which is a concrete material. In order to achieve seams and curves in the exterior panel, I had to use GRG. Corian is the main material in the interior space, because Corian is good for expressing natural curvature in surfaces and the gloss of interior space. You can check the explanation of materials in the 3D detail.

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This section and section detail drawing are to show how materials are applied. One of importants things in terms of structure is using steel frame and solid concrete wall. Also, installation of exterior panel and interior panel is important. This is because exterior panel is GRG which is one of concrete material. In order to express seam and curve in exterior panel, I had to use GRG material. and Corian is main material in interior space because Corian is good to express natural curvature surface and glossness of interior space. You can check the explanation of materials in the 3D-detail.

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Auditorium View (Detail)

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Gallery Entrance View (Detail)

Lobby Floor Plan Drawing (Detail) This interior perspective view is to show the transformation idea and the new paradigm of circulation in the auditorium. Interior components of the auditorium come mainly from the main structure idea. On the other hand, interior components of the gallery come from the sub-structure idea. The small plan drawing is showing how structure and interior space are transforming.

Auction House and Galleries

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Professional Works CAP/Bcho Architects 2015.08 ~ 2016.07

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05 Wenjin Hotel VIP Interior CAP/Professional work Fall 2015 - Fall 2016 Project Leader: Nicola Beck Position: Intern Role: Modeling, Design, Rendering, Photoshopping Location: Beijing, China Program: Hotel Vip Interior Software: Rhino, Maya, Maxwell

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CAP Shanghai Works

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Open office

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CEO office

Jewerly Shop

Perspective View (Detail)

CAP Shanghai Works

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06 Bcho Architects Works Bcho Architects/professional work Collaborators: LONGHI Architects + Parkkim Landscape Jun-July 2016 (2 month) Project Leader: Hongjun Yang Position: Intern Role: 3d-modeling, diagram, 3d-perspective rendering Location: Lima, Peru / CheonAn, Korea / Seoul, Korea Program: Art Museum / Dormitory, Training Center Software: Rhino, V-ray, Sketchup, Maxwell

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BchoArchitects Works

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Hyundai Training Center (Aerial View)

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I have rendered these images myself. I usually worked on how to develop the quality of interior spaces. I changed some detail of interior components in digital 3D files and rendered this view. Working on this process, I got the chance to design interior spaces.

BchoArchitects Works

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Hyundia Auto Service Center (Perspective View)

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This project is the renewal of the facade in the Hyundai Car Service Center. The time period was just two weeks, so I worked on 3D digital modeling, rendering, and section detail drawing at the same time with Byung-Soo Cho. As a result, I learned how to draw section detail drawings.

BchoArchitects Works

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Self Portrait (painting)

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Parafictional Objects (advertisement)

Extra Works

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MArch Wanjung Lee Upenn Portfolio 2017  

Wanjung Lee PennDesign MAch 1 Academic and Professional Works

MArch Wanjung Lee Upenn Portfolio 2017  

Wanjung Lee PennDesign MAch 1 Academic and Professional Works

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