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PORTFOLIO 2014

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CONTENTS PROJECT 1 HOUSE AS GALLERY

PROJECT 5 PARKING COMPLEX : TRANSPORTATION + RECREATION

Advised by Prof. HyunCheol Kim of Seoul National University Architecture Design Studio1, 2004 1st Semester, Master’s Course

Advised by Prof. Jin Kyoon Kim of Seoul National University Architecture Design 3, 2003 1st Semester, undergraduate Course

PROJECT 2 DETACHED / ATTACHED

PROJECT 6 DEGREE OF DEPENDANCY : RE-THINKING MOTEL ARCHITECTURE IN THE ERA OF POST ECONOMIC CRISIS

Advised by Prof. SeungHoy Kim of Seoul National University Architecture Design and Drawing 1, 2001 1st Semester, undergraduate course

Advised by Prof. Yannis Aesopos of Columbia University Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design Studio, 2014 summer semester

PROJECT 3 THE MODERN NOMAD

PROJECT 7 INFILLING BRIDGE

Advised by Prof. DuNam Choi of Seoul National University Architecture Design and Drawing 2, 2001 2nd Semester, undergraduate course

Advised by Prof. John Lee, Prof. Brian Lee of Columbia University Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design, Intergrated Parametric Delivery, 2004 fall semester

PROJECT 4 SCHOOL : SHARED COMMUNITY

PROJECT 8 REVOLTING APARTMENTS : REPOSITIONING 432 PARK AVENUE TOWER

Advised by Prof. Woo Gab Shim Kim of Seoul National University Architecture Design 1, 2002 1st Semester, undergraduate course

Advised by Prof. Andres Jaque of Columbia University Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design Studio, 2014 fall semester


House

Gallery

PROJECT 1

HOUSE AS GALLERY Advised by Prof. HyunCheol Kim of Seoul National University Architectural Design Studio 1, 2004 1st Semester, master’s course In today’s divergent urban environment borders between public and private space are shifting and merging. As a result, a house in the city is no longer solely a house: It is mixed with other programs. In this project, new ways of combining private spaces of a house with other public spaces, in this case a gallery, is investigated. In order to establish mutual independence and close relationship, circulation was considered the main subject of interest. To induce proper circulation with forms of walls, lights and space, one of Le Corbusier’s spatial technique of ‘Les 4 Compositions’ is applied. 6

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STRATEGY OF TECTONICS Interlocked walls and slabs work as structures, facades introducing lights, and objects with specific forms to attract people’s eyes to induce circulation.

STRUCTURE + FACADE Facade with Openings for Light Light as Visual Guide for Circulation

STRUCTURE + ENTRY Division and Connection of Spaces

EXTENDED SLAB Framing Visual Perspective

FLOW PLATFORM Staging Circulation and Activity


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PROJECT 2

PROJECT 2 DETACHED / ATTACHED DETACHED / ATTACHED DETACHED / ATTACHED

Basic programs for a house : rooms, toilet, Basickitchen programs for a house Basic programs fortoilet, a house : rooms, kitchen : rooms, toilet, kitchen

Advised by Prof. SeungHoy Kim of Seoul National University Advised by Prof. SeungHoy KimSemester, of Seoul National University course Architectural Design and Drawing 1, 2001 1st undergraduate Drawing 1, 2001 1st Semester, undergraduate course Advised by Prof.Architectural SeungHoy Design Kim of and Seoul National University Architectural Designthe and Drawing 1, 2001 of 1sta Semester, undergraduate course This project explores spatial composition house where each member of a

Hobby 3. Hobby 3. Ceramics Hobby 3. Ceramics Ceramics

space for circulation Hobby 2.

Hobby 2. Photography Photography Hobby 2.

This project explores the spatial composition of a house where each member of a

family has their ownfamily hobby otherwise they otherwise have to go outside those hasspace, their own hobby space, they have towhere go outside those Thisspaces project are explores the spatial composition of a house where each member ofwhere a hobby located. hobby spaces are located. family has their own hobby space, otherwise they have to go outside where those hobby spaces areInlocated. terms of space programming, for a as house such toilet as rooms, toilet In terms of space programming, basic programsbasic for aprograms house such rooms, and kitchen are set up. In addition to basic programs, hobby spaces for each family and kitchen are set up. In addition to basic programs, hobby spaces for each family In terms of spacemember programming, basic programs them for a house suchinas rooms, toilet are added. To incorporate as a house a building, shared spaces member are added. To incorporate them as a house in a building, shared spaces and kitchen are set In addition basic programs, spaces each family andup. equipment areto needed to be set.hobby Just as other for buildings, circulation and and equipment arerelationship needed to be set. Justbecame as other buildings, circulation and of visual contact theinmajor subject shared to be dealt with. member are added. To incorporate them as a house a building, spaces relationship of visual contact became the major subject to be dealt with. and equipment are needed to be set. Just as other buildings, circulation and relationship of visual contact became the major subject to be dealt with.

space for circulation

space for circulation

Photography

shared equipment shared equipment : fire extinguishing facility : fire extinguishing facility Hobby 1.Hobby 1.shared equipment BasketballBasketball Hobby 1. : fire extinguishing facility Basketball

Hobby 3. Hobby 3. Car repair

space of family unity space of family unity : living room

: living room space of family unity : living room

Car 3. repair Hobby Car repair

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Room #1 Room #3

Rooftop

Room #2

Pottery Room

Toilet

Kitchen

Toilet Chimney

Chimney

Hall

Garage

Basketball Court

Living Room

Basketball Court

Dark Room

Hall Balcony

pottery room

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living room

kitchen

toilet

corridor

basketball court

corridor

garage

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dark room

dark room

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Living room, equipped with a fire place and wide windows to get huge amount of light, works as a center for family unity. For this, circulations from each room are connected at living room, while visual contact with each other are also generated.

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Kitchen is related to living room with stairs, while visually connected to garage. This is to emphasize that garage is not just a storage for a car but a creative space to enjoy father’s hobby, just as what a kitchen and cooking is to mother.

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Bamboo is located at the center of this house. Bamboo can be seen from each private and hobby room so that each family member shares a certain imagery of this house in real time.

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: B uild ing m a intena nc e fund M ANAGEM ENT STRATEGY sup p o r ted b y p r o vid ing PROJECT 3 : Bui l di ng m ai ntenance fu n d THE MODERN NOMAD a d ver tisem ent sp a c e s upported by prov i di ng adv erti s em ent s pace

Exit #2

THE MODERN NOMAD

Exit #2

Gangnam Subway Station

Advised by Prof. DuNam Choi of Seoul National University Architectural Design and Drawing 2, 2001 2nd Semester, undergraduate course

and Underground Shopping Center

Gangnam Subway Station

Advised by Prof. DuNam Choi of Seoul National University Gangnam subway station area, which became famous after the K-pop star Psy’s song ‘Gangnam Architectural Drawing 2001When 2nd Semester, undergraduate style’, is theDesign biggestand office area in2,Seoul. you arrive here by subway course in the rush hour, you can

and Underground Shopping Center

see lots of career women doing their make-ups in trains or toilets of subway due to their busyness. Gangnam subway station area, which became famous after the K-pop star Psy’s song ‘Gangnam style’, is the biggest officeRoom’ area inforSeoul. youatarrive here by subway in the hour,corridor you can I suggested a ‘Powder careerWhen women the designated site which is arush narrow see lots of career in trains or toilets of subway due toThis their busyness. between two tall women buildingsdoing facingtheir Mainmake-ups Street in the front and inner alley at the back. corridor was used by many pedestrians as a shortcut from the subway station to their offices. A place where I suggested Room’ for career women at the designated site was which is a narrow corridor women can ado‘Powder make-ups comfortably while pedestrian flow is not blocked needed. between two tall buildings facing Main Street in the front and inner alley at the back. This corridor was used by many pedestrians as a shortcut from the subway station to their offices. A place where women can do make-ups comfortably while pedestrian flow is not blocked was needed.

Exit #1

P R OJEC TED AD V ERTI SEMEN T PRO J ECTED AD V ERTISEM EN T

M A NA GE M E NT S T RAT E GY

Exit #12

Pedestrian Flow Exit #1

Exit #12

Pedestrian Flow

L E D AD VE RT ISE ME N T LED ADVERTISEMENT

LED Board LED Board Projector Projector

OFFICE + CO

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OFFICE + COMMERCE

OFFICE


BACK FRONT VIEW

Flowerbed

Glass Wall Seating

Dressing Table Mirror

B AC K V I E W

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SCHOOLSCHOOL : SHARED COMMUNITY : SHARED COMMUNITY

Site with retaining wall CONCEPT

Advised by Gab Prof. Shim Woo Gab Shim National of Seoul National University Advised by Prof. Woo of Seoul University Design1st 1, Semester, 2002 1st Semester, undergraduate ArchitecturalArchitectural Design 1, 2002 undergraduate coursecourse Due to the tradition of air-defense system in urban planning, schools of

Due to the tradition of air-defense system in urban planning, schools of Korea in cities have relatively big schoolyards and because of Seoul’s Korea in cities have relatively big schoolyards and because of Seoul’s topography, these schools often have high retaining walls. As a result a topography,rupture these ofschools often have high retaining walls. a result a circulation in the surrounding residential areaAs occurs. rupture of circulation in the surrounding residential area occurs. In this project, I selected programs of the school to be shared with residents

In this project, I selected programs of the school be shared with residents of the neighborhood. By arranging these to programs to be located at the edge of the retaining walls thethese overwhelming scale of located the boundaries of the site of the neighborhood. By arranging programs to be at the edge are reduced human scale. scale Theseofshared programs will enhance of the retaining walls thetooverwhelming the boundaries of the site the circulation to the schoolyard allowing will higher connectivity are reducedresident’s to human scale. These shared programs enhance the and increased activity as a shared community. resident’s circulation to the schoolyard allowing higher connectivity and increased activity as a shared community.

PROJECT 4

Site with retaining wall

CONCEPT

CONCEPT

Site with retaining wall

Site with retaining wall

Insert shared space between school and neighborhood

Insert school building

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30m

45m

Insert public space for pedestrians

Insert school building

B1

F2

Level +2.7m

SCHOOL YARD / PUBLIC SPACE

Insert school building

Level +9.2m

15m

30m

45m

65m

SCHOOL YARD / PUBLIC SPACE

F1

F2

Level +9.2m

65m

SHAREDSHARED SPACE (SCHOOL+COMMUNITY) SPACE (SCHOOL+COMMUNITY)

F3

Level +6.1m

Level +13.0m

Outdoor corridor connects classrooms, teacher’s room and public space for pedestrians

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8m

12m

20m

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Insert school building

Insert shared space between school and neighborhood

Insert shared space between school and neighborhood

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Level +2.7m

Insert public space for pedestrians

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Insert public space for pedestrians

Insert public space for pedestrians

Insert shared space between school and neighborhood

SCHOOL BUILDING SCHOOL BUILDING

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PROJECT 4 PROJECT 4

PROJECT 4

of the retaining walls the overwhelming scale of the boundaries of the site are reduced to human scale. These shared programs will enhance the resident’s circulation to the schoolyard allowing higher connectivity and increased activity as a shared community.


SCHOOL BUILDING

SHARED SPACE (SCHOOL+COMMUNITY)

B1

F2

Level +2.7m

Level +9.2m

15m

30m

45m

65m

SCHOOL YARD / PUBLIC SPACE

Outdoor corridor connects classrooms, teacher’s room and public space for pedestrians

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F3

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Level +13.0m

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12m

20m

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CLASSROOM

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HALLWAY

PARKING LOT

OUTSIDE CORRIDOR

GYMNASIUM

PEDESTRIAN RAMP

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PUBLIC CORRIDOR

CLASSROOM & HALLWAY

MAIN HALL

BRIDGE & SUNKEN SPACE

B - B’ PARKING LOT

GYMNASIUM

CORRIDOR

LECTURE HALL 1

LECTURE HALL 2

LECTURE HALL 3

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CONNECTIVITY

CONNECTION TO HILL

CONNECTION TO MAIN ROAD

CONNECTION TO MAIN ROAD

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PROJECT 5 PARKING COMPLEX : TRANSPORTATION + RECREATION Advised by Prof. Jin Kyoon Kim of Seoul National University Architectural Design 3, 2003 1st Semester, undergraduate course Due to the gradual expansion of Seoul, there are numerous park and ride lots along the main roads. They remain unbuilt areas in urban environments with direct connection to main roads. I suggested a ‘parking complex’, a recreational space for drivers and residents in neighborhood. I selected one of the park and ride lots near Mapo subway station and designed a prototype of ‘parking complex’ The site can have direct connection to car express ways. Connection to the existing infrastructure, selection of programs, composition of programs and spatial planning of driving space and walking space were the major issues to be solved.

CONCEPT DIAGRAM

Recreation Space

Transportation House

Work Space

Synthesis

Nodes : Recreational Space for Drivers and Residents


PROGRAM

CIRCULATION CIRCULATION

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Selected programs are basically car-based. Car club member’s behavior was the main Selected are basically car-based. referenceprograms to the selection of programs. Car club member’s behavior was the main reference to consisted the selection of programs. Plans are of horizontal slabs and ramps.

Cafe

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Cafe

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Horizontal slabs work as platforms of programs. Plans are work consisted of horizontal slabs and Ramps as a circulation connector forramps. cars. Horizontal slabs work as platforms of programs. Ramps work as are a circulation connector cars. On site, there three points for cars for come in. There are also two points for cars to go out. On site, there are three points for cars come in. There are also two points for cars to go out.

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Drive-in Theater

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Drive-in Theater

Office Office

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Connection to the existing infrastructure required lots of level-studies. Because of its location near the Han River, cafe and office can have a great views on the river.

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Access of driving and walking to each program is controlled. Some of the programs which requires relatively quiet space such as cafe and repair shop lounge does not have direct access of cars.

ACCESS

WALK

WALK ROOF GARDEN

ROOF GARDEN

PARKING LOT

CAFE

AUDITORIUM

CAFE

OFFICE

DRIVE

REPAIR SHOP

DRIVE-IN THEATER

DRIVE

REPAIR SHOP LOUNGE

DRIVE

PARKING LOT

DRIVE

DRIVE-IN THEATER

REPAIR SHOP

ROOF GARDEN

REPAIR SHOP LOUNGE


PROJECT 6

PROJECT 6 DEGREE OF DEPENDANCY : RE-THINKING MOTEL ARCHITECTURE IN THE ERA OF POST-ECONOMIC CRISIS Advised by Prof. Yannis Aesopos of Columbia University Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design Studio, 2014 Summer Semester I suggested a new type of motel architecture which can be adapted to the era of post-economic crisis. Flexibility of finance in terms of architectural business is required nowadays. In this context, I focused on the degree of dependency of motel architecture to nature and car in terms of space. In order to minimize the cost of construction, I suggested using the space of grottos which is given by nature. I also suggested using the space of cars that each unit plan will be different according to the type of cars. For example, if someone has a sedan, he will need a sound apartment unit. If someone has a SUV, he will need only kitchen and bathroom because he will enjoy sleeping in his own tent with a camping site. If someone has a camping bus, he will need only parking lots equipped with plug-ins for water pipes and electricity. Historical essence of motel typology is the close and direct relationship of each unit plan and car. Nowadays this essence disappeared due to the emergence of high-rise motels. This project proposes a solution for motel architecture typology to adapt to the post economic crisis and to regain the essence.

HINTS FROM HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE: USING SPACES GIVEN BY NATURE : CAVE OR PIT

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Yungang grottoes and caves in China

SITE : 'FALSE SUR', CALIFORNIA, U.S.A.


HINTS FROM HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE: HISTORICAL RESEARCH ON MOTEL ARCHITECTURE USING SPACES GIVEN BY NATURE : CAVE OR HOTELS PIT in 1910-20s

HOW TO MAKE YOUR ARCHITECUTURAL BUSINESS FLEXIBLE

AUTO CAMPS : from 1915’s

Composition of Construction Costs TOTAL HARD COSTS

PRIME CONTRACTOR / CM MARKUP

far

tent

GENERAL CONDITIONS SUBCONTRACTOR MARKUP

hotel

GENERAL CONDITIONS located at donwtown : not enough parking space

MATERIALS

INSTALLATION Yungang grottoes and caves in China

PURCHASE COST

Cabin Camps : 1930s

Cottage Court : 1940s

TAXES

SITE : 'FALSE SUR', CALIFORNIA, U.S.A.

SHIPPING & HANDLING cabin

“court”

garage

LABOR

PREMIUMS

EQUIPMENT

FRINGES

OPERATIONS COST

EQUIPMENT RENTAL

TAXES & INSURANCE

Motor Inns : 1960s

Motor Court : 1950s

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BASE WAGES reception room

indirect cost

minimize the use of materials minimize the use of high-tech installation

direct cost (Michael D. Dell’Isola, 2003)

Highway Hotels : 1980s

pool

X shared facility


1915’s

CAR TAXONOMY = UNIT CATEGORY Sedan

: 1940s

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Motel DEGREE OF DEPENDANCY : RE-THINKING MOTEL ARCHITECTURE IN THE ERA OF POST-ECONOMIC CRISIS Advised by Prof. Yannis Aesopos of Columbia University Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design Studio, 2014 Summer Semester I suggested a new type of motel architecture which can be adapted to the era of post-economic crisis. Flexibility of finance in terms of architectural business is required nowadays. In this context, I focused on the degree of dependency of motel architecture to nature and car in terms of space. In order to minimize the cost of construction, I suggested using the space of grottos which is given by nature. I also suggested using the space of cars that each unit plan will be different according to the type of cars. For example, if someone has a sedan, he will need a sound apartment unit. If someone has a SUV, he will need only kitchen and bathroom because he will enjoy sleeping in his own tent with a camping site. If someone has a camping bus, he will need only parking lots equipped with plug-ins for water pipes and electricity. Historical essence of motel typology is the close and direct relationship of each unit plan and car. Nowadays this essence disappeared due to the emergence of high-rise motels. This project proposes a solution for motel architecture typology to adapt to the post economic crisis and to regain the essence.

Motel

Camping Bus

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SUV / Pick-up Truck

Motel


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PROJECT 7 INFILLING BRIDGE Advised by Prof. John Lee, Prof. Brian Lee of Columbia University Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design, Intergrated Parametric Delivery, 2004 Fall Semester Co-work with Seungbum Ma We designed an infilling bridge at the courtyard of Vanderbilt hall, New York University. We suggested a bridge which is a free-formed platform, not merely as a plate to connect two points of location. This bridge can be an atrium, and also be a sculptural object to appreciate from inside and outside of the building. We worked with various softwares such as rhino, grasshopper, ecotect, geco, revit and chameleon.

40 WASHINGTON SQUARE S NEW YORK, NY 10012 BUILDING INFORMATION Floors : 5 floors Block / Lot : 541 / 1 Year Built : 1951 Zoning : C 1-5 & R 7-2 Designed by Eggers & Higgins (E & H)


ADAPTIVE COMPONENTS Wh/m2 500+ 451 402 352 303 254 205 156 106 57 8

Adaptive Components complies with sun radiation analysis Openess of the adaptive components is related to the solar radiation

Adaptive Component 1

Adaptive Component 2 OBJECT ATTRIBUTES A v g . H o urly R a d ia tio n Size of triangular aperture is related to theValue Range: 8.0 Size of the rectangular aperture is related - 500.0 Wh/m2 formula of the size of the module to the formula of the size of the module & its background triangular aperture

Adaptive Component 3 Wh/m2 500+

Size of the triangular451 aperture is related to 402 the formula of the size of the module & its 352 background triangular aperture 303

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Level 05 60' - 8 31/32"

Level 04 46' - 8 31/32"

Level 04 46' - 8 31/32"

Level 03 33' - 8 31/32"

Level 03 33' - 8 31/32"

Level 02 20' - 8 31/32"

Level 02 20' - 8 31/32"

Level 01 0' - 8 31/32"

Level 01 0' - 8 31/32"

Rethinking

BIM

INFILLING BRIDGE

North Elevation

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INFILLING BRIDGE

N-S SECTION

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11' - 11"

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PROJECT 8 REVOLTING APARTMENTS: REPOSITIONING 432 PARK AVENUE TOWER ARCHITECTURE AS THE NEXUS BETWEEN REAL ESTATE AND URBAN DOMESTICITY

Advised by Prof. Andres Jaque of Columbia University Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design Studio, 2004 fall Semester co-worked with Skylar Bisom-Rapp and James Quick To renovate the 432 park avenue as a micro-sublet, we researched Air-bnb, Couch-surfing and Time-share resorts as references. We suggested four types of units ; Flex-time unit, Creative-Cluster unit, Crash-pad unit and Prifessional studio unit. We also suggested four kinds of amenities which enables residents to experience authentice experience in Manhattan ; Marc Morris dance studio, Figment mini-golf, Bar 169 (dive bar) and Bill Cunningham boutique.


ENTS: PARK AVENUE TOWER

XUS BETWEEN REAL ESTATE AND URBAN DOMESTICITY

ue of Columbia University

ed Architectural Design Studio, 2004 fall Semester Rapp and James Quick

e as a micro-sublet, we researched Air-bnb, Couch-surfing ences. We suggested four types of units ; Flex-time unit, d unit and Prifessional studio unit. We also suggested four s residents to experience authentice experience in studio, Figment mini-golf, Bar 169 (dive bar) and Bill


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