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Architecture Portfolio


Name_Yesah Hwangbo Phone_82.10.4173.2545 E m a i l_hbys2545@gmail.com

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CONTENTS DATA HUNTING SOCIETY p2-9 _Graduation Project SURVIVE IN MARKET _Super Seoul, Super Market

p10-15

ETERNAL PARNORAMA p16-21 _Architecture Museum 6x6+3

p22-27

BLOSSOM SHADE _Bus Stop&Pavilion

p28-31

EXTRA WORKS _Real Scale Project

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_Co-Housing

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DATA HUNTING SOCIETY Graduation project

Humans use the newly formed grid as if they were surfing the Internet in an intellectual curiosity to constantly get new information. Direct movement of frames leads to data acquisition, and alternating current takes place in spherical spaces at intersecting points between frames. The size of the frame and the crossspace changes with immediate change of movement. When the size of the basic sphere increases and exceeds the unit grid value, space appears that has the intersection nature of the spherical space and the moving-line nature of the frame at the same time. The axis of the new plane will be formed and the space of various sizes will be penetrated to have various programs. The infinite size of the spherical intersection gives itself the direction of the force of the new axis. The hierarchy shown in the movement of the x, y, and z axes of the existing grid is eliminated and the hierarchy of the xy, yz, and zx planes is equal. All sides located on the surface of the spherical space become earthy and can move freely. 3


Ambiguous Boundaries

Paris City Plan

Unclassified

Sanaa_21c Museum

Control Tower

OMA_Big Data

Visual Emancipation

Dialogue in the Dark

Simple Components

Personal Contents

De-Organization

Flood of Information

Optimization

Customize

Ready-Made Architecture

Uncertainty

Bernard Tsuchmi_La Villette Park

Why Factory_Ego City

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Data Hunting Society

Adolf Loos_Raum Plan

Adolf Loos_Habitat 67

Adolf Loos_Maked City

Smithson_Mat Building

Nam-jun Beak_Dada ik-seon

Rem Koolhaas_Melon Senart


Unmanned

Anti Metropolis

Drone Show

Yona Fridman_Spatial City

Active Labor

Clever Public

Cloude Pahang

V for Bandata

These are previous works that elicited 20 keywords for the future society and explained them. Based on past and present images accumulated through examples of urban planning projects, artwork, and architectural design, we propose directions for future cities.

New Utopia

Anti-System

Puller_9 Cloud

John Cage_Fontana Mix Score

The Poor

Hong Kong_Chunking Mansion

Nonmainstream

Undergriund City of Derinkuyu

The current city is already overpopulated and the process of reorganizing it with a new plan is unnecessary. We want to create a new infrastructure in the city to blend in with the components of the existing city and to provide programs that match the future city.

GRADUATION PEOJECT

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Just as the current Internet network connects the world, the new structure allows people to travel around the world directly. This structure changes the development and growth process of existing cities. It will be relatively less affected by climate and environment, reducing the density of cities. In addition, the movement of longitude directions that share the same time zone is active, allowing free movement regardless of physical conditions.

WORDL DATA INFRASTRUCTURE MAP

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Data Hunting Society

First, it is made from roads, which are empty spaces in the city. As people gather and move more, the nature of the space changes, just as space starts to expand and change at existing travel routes and intersections. And then space expands beyond a certain value, a new type of space appears, showing the nature of the existing moving movements and spherical intersections at the same time.


NEW YORK CITY INFRASTURECTURE IMAGE GRADUATION PEOJECT

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Phase 1_Connection Path Provides a pathway for movement regardless of physical conditions.

Phase 2_Connected to existing cities It is connected to existing buildings and provides free access.

Phase 3_Exchange Space Exchange of people beyond the threshold of the connecting space.

Phase 4_Transaction Space Exchange space expands, resulting in the trade of knowledge and goods.

Phase 5_Liberation One-person lounge in the exchange space and transaction space.

Phase 6_Learning Space There is room for individuals to learn from data exchange.

Data Hunting Society


SECTION GRADUATION PEOJECT

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SECTION MODEL (1600*600*800)

MDF Laser Cut, Acrylic, Stryofoam Sphere, Spray

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SURVIVE IN MARKET Super Seoul, Super Market team project_modeling, diagram, render

Seoul City has a total of 64 large discount stores. Among them, 22 large discount stores operate cultural centers. At the entrance of all large discount stores are local convenience stores such as pharmacies and eyeglasses shops. Although large discount stores have an essential impact on the lives of urbanites, the programs are vertically disconnected. We went to various types of stores such as large discount stores, low-cost daily necessities stores, concept stores, and luxury stores, drawing diagrams and analyzing product arrangements and movements based on the drawings. Starts with a volume similar to a traditional mart on a virtual land site without a site. It presents a large mart where existing operational logic and additional internal programs can be fused. 13


DAISO

Super Market

store area

store area

store area

store area

Refrigerating_ ends

Corner Disply_ intersection of sight

Isle Display_ induce long line

ABC Mart store area

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CHANEL

store area

Tsutaya

store area

display area

display area

MUJI

Circulation_ counter-clockwise

display area

display area

display stand

display area

display area


These are easy places to see in Seoul. The extremely uniformized method of spatial composition increases the density and increases the efficiency of the program. However, people who experience space are difficult to locate.

Super Market

Parking Lot

A new space is proposed for locating individuals and for active movement through promenade traffic. In addition, a variety of programs can occur through platform space where you can experience more than buying a product.

Apartment Complex

STEP 2 STEP 3 STEP 1 an increasing or decreasing virtual land setting Place store unit and establish relationship Establishing a connection with the platform considering platform and circulation through the height of the store unit that can be seen as a whole at a point.

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RENDER SHOT 1_Store

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RENDER SHOT 2_1st Level Street & Store

SECTION DIAGRAM 1 The platform is connected to the platform from inside the store due to the relationship between the platform and the store that

RENDER SHOT 3_Platform

SECTION DIAGRAM 2 Because of the relationship between the platform and the stores that enclose the platform, the store is extended to the platform.

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1st LEVEL DIAGRAM Enter the mart, going together with the context of the existing city. Due to the features of the ground floor, there is a store with a high density of shelves.

SECTION 18 Survive In Market


2nd LEVEL DIAGRAM Unconstrained movement between stores, rooftops and platforms is possible through Free Circulation. There are different types of stores and the programs of the stores extend to the platform. Stores that need facilities space are located next to an empty space at the bottom of the platform.

Display Platform Facility Space

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ETERNAL PANORAMA Architecture Museum

Site : Dongsungro 3, Jongrogu, Seoul Site area : 4410m^ Number of Storage : B1F - 3F Building Coverage Ratio : 54% Floor Arearation : 180% Parking : 39

The artist's home (formerly Seoul National University's main building) is geographically and historically significant, but currently three sides are surrounded by lanes and the main entrance road is blocked by trees to show its presence. Pull the main drive out long and outwards to induce natural entry of people passing through Marroni Park. The entire building will be connected to the inside and outside of the building through a copper wire that travels through the existing building and four divided mass, and the exhibition will be watched. To e f f e c t i v e l y c a p t u r e t h e m u s e u m ' s program, non-expert uses various concrete as finishing materials to provide easy access to architecture. Also, it is possible to display the exhibition freely through level differences depending on space. 21


View1

View3

View2

View1_In Marronier Park

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ETERNAL PANORAMA

View2_Across the road from the other side of the six-lane road.

View3_Exterir of 1F from Main Entrance


MASS DESIGN PROCESS STEP 1 Three-dimensional Mรถbius setting as basic circulation

STEP 2 Dividing the permanent and special exhibition section

STEP 3 Setting up a Circular Line connecting Exhibition Spaces

Circulation Permanent Exhibition Special Exhibition Hall/Library Office CIRCULATION DIAGRAM

Architecture Museum 23


RENDER SHOT 1_Main Hall

EAST ELEVATION

NORTH ELEVATION Exposed Concrete

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Songpan Exposed Concrete


RENDER SHOT 2_Permant Exhibation Lamp

WSET ELEVATION

RENDER SHOT 3_Special Exhibation Lamp

SOUTH ELEVATION Transparent Concrete

Greenwall

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Library Cafe Office Metting Room Archiving Room Management Room Seminar Room Loding Deck

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9. Ticket Box 10. Special Exhibition 11. Permanent Exhibition 12. Art Shop

2nd FLOOR PLAN


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Permanent Exhibition Special Exhibition Parking Lot Museum Storage

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6x6+3

Co-Housing team project_modeling, diagram, render

Site : Bogukmunro 9, Seongbukgu, Seoul Site Area : 5600m^ Number of Storage : B1F - 5F Building Coverage Ratio : 50% Floor Arearation : 190% Number of Households : 50 Parking : 44

This site is one of the town with a high population density, an old apartment complex and a large number of villas in Seoul. The addition of terraced units to the 6x6 basic module provides space for the individual to be used in a variety of ways, depending on the individual's pleasant dwelling and personal inclination. The height is adjusted according to the use of more and more personal spaces in the order of the outer space, kitchen and living room and bedroom to provide a diverse sense of space. Community facilities such as rest areas and communal kitchens are located between residential units, enabling natural interaction between residents. 29


The space on the Human Scale, which creates narrow alleys and low elevations inside the site, contrasts with the huge sense of space on the city scale just across the street. It presents a residential form in which you can feel a sense of space in which the two opposing spaces can converge.

STEP 1_Dividing the Site into 6x6 grids

STEP 2_ Place Housing, community unit

STEP 3_Place Terrace Unit

STEP 4_Connecting each unit by circulation

Space and programs are proposed to ease the foreign sense of urban scale through empty space and through the existing land, through the traffic between the residential units built up in 6m units and the traffic between them.

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UNIT 1 Bedrooms and restrooms are located on the second floor, making them more private.

UNIT 2 Second floor bedrooms provide private and wide externial view.

UNIT 3 It is dividedhe bedroom and the kitchen, and then connected through the middle window.

UNIT 4 Through the inner terrace, a layer of space is created at the external entrance.

UNIT 5 Kitchen, living room and bedroom's difference in height allows light to be illuminated.

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RENDER SHOT 1_MAIN ENTRANCE

SOUTH ELEVATION

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WEST ELEVATION


RENDER SHOT 2_INNER VOID

RENDER SHOT 3_ROOF GARDEN

EAST ELEVATION

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1. Residencial Unit 2. Terrace Unit 3. Study Room 4. Share Living Room 5. Small Theater 6. Preparation Room 7. Security Office

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BLOSSON SHADE Bus stop&Pavilion

The behavior of people makes space fluid. It serves only as a stop sign on a narrow street with a pavilion in the form of a pavilion, and when people gather, it spreads out like an umbrella to prevent sunlight and rain. It is also applied in the form of a pavilion in the park. It is installed at regular intervals to detect people's movements and distance, and the pavilion opens and folds Depending on the situation, the pattern that the Pavilion creates changes. PATTERN ALGORITHM

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FRAME FOLDING DIAGRAM

SENSOR OPERATION_Per Distance

SKIN FOLDING DIAGRAM

PULLEY OPERATION DIAGRAM

SENSOR OPERATION_Per People Number

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Gyeongbokgung Station PM 2:00

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Gyeongbokgung Station PM 2:00

Hangang Park AM 9:00


Hangang Park PM 2:00

Hangang Park PM 9:00

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PARAMETRIC COLUMN Real Sacle Column Team Project_image, modeling, model making

HEXAGON FIGUER DIAGRAM

It is a pillar that can be supported without adhesives or screws because the twisted rectangle on the other planes engages and supports. Having hexagonal sections, all sides are symmetrical in terms of center. MDF was machined with CNC machine to create desired shape, silicon mold was produced and plaster cast. In addition, the paper material features that can withstand strong forces as more wrinkles are generated, so that the paper is carved with LASER CUTTER and folded in a twist to make six faces.

CNC MACHINE COLUMN_Plaster 40

CNC MACHINE COLUMN_Mold


CNC CASTING

CNC MACHINE

LASER CUTTER

LASERCUTTING ASSEMBLE

CNC MACHINE COLUMN_MDF

LASER CUTTING COLUMN Real Scale Project 41


Untitle 2017 UAUS Team Project_image, study model, model making

Study Model 1

Plastic Frame, Wire Mesh, Thread

Under the theme of [Architecture, Culture], this pavilion was installed in Banpo Han River Park. Culture is the result of the accumulation of everyone's actions and thoughts. There is someone who presents a framework for first thought, but the framework is broadened and more people are intervening and expressing a culture of change. There are primary frames, secondary frames, and tertiary frames. The space was created by transforming the elastic grid woven on the frame by individual intent or unconsciousness, displaying the first and second frames in the school. The space is created and dissipated by more people by displaying the third frame in Banpo Han River Park. Architecture with culture is made unpredictable by the actions of citizens, not by the concept of fixed space. The behavior of members of society that form culture is the visual result of Pavillion, and the space created by the reaction is defined as culture. 42

Study Model 2

Metal Frame, Nail, Fishing Line

Unit 1 & 2


Final Model

Scaffold Pipe, Nail, Fishing Line, Hook

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Garo-Sero Seoul-Public Installation Art Project Team Project_modeling, study model, model making

This public art project organized by the Seoul Government is pavilion that has selected a site near the university and exhibited it in a pop-up format. The project will allow people to feel the abandoned "street(Garo)" space under an overpass (internal circulation road), located in front of Kookmin University, as a "new(Sero)" space. Place chameleon film on acrylic and stack it along the stairs. You can also see the outer space through the empty area and feel the effect of penetrating and reflecting according to the distance and amount of light through the chameleon film. 44

Acrylic Laser Cutting, Chamelon Film, Light


Guggenheim Museum_NYC

The Shed & Vessle_NYC

New Museum_NYC

Parnsworth House_Plano

SALK Institute_San Diego

NYC

520W 28_NYC

Twin Tree Tower_Seoul

Hong Kong

Water Tank_Okinawa

21c Museum_Kanazawa

Blomming Matix

Photo By Contax TVS & Pentax Mesuper

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Profile for YESAH HWANGBO

Architecture Portfolio  

2015-2019

Architecture Portfolio  

2015-2019