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FLUX MANAGEMENT

FLUX MANAGEMENT

SPACE RECOLLECTIONS

DECEMBER, 2010

PORTFOLIO BY YOO JIN JANG Bachelor of Architecture, Seoul National University, Korea

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INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK


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STARTMANAGEMENT FLUX

PREFACE FLUX MANAGEMENT

2010. 2006.

DESIGN WORK INDIVIDUAL WORK OVERALL WORK STUDIO WORK

SPACE RECOLLECTIONS PORTFOLIO BY YOO JIN JANG Bachelor of Architecture, Seoul National University, Korea

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PREFACE

SPACE

RECOLLECTIONS

~2010.

INDIVIDUAL / COLLABORATION STUDIO / NON-STUDIO

PORTFOLIO BY YOO JIN JANG

SPACE RECOLLECTION PORTFOLIO MADE BY YOO JIN JANG DECEMBER, 2010 PUBLISHED IN KOREA ON DECEMBER 20, 2010 TEL : +82 31 711 9301 CELL : +82 10 4359 9301 110-601, SU-NAE 1 DONG, BUNDANG GU,GYEONGGI PROVINCE,KOREA ALL IMAGES, WRITINGS, DRAWINGS ARE PRODUCED BY YOO JIN JANG

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MASTER CONTENTS

PREFACE

Book Number

Contents

Book 0 <Preface / Chronicle>

0 Introduction 1 Master Contents

Book A <Design Studio Project>

0 Introduction 1 Hybrid <Ancient Future> 2 Complex at EunPyoung Redevelopment Area -Material 3 Flux Management -Perspective Pattern Visualization 4 Context, Contour

2009 2008 2007 2008 2008 2006

Book B <Extra Studio Project>

0 1 2 3

2006 2007 2010

Book C <Space Visualization>

0 Introduction

Introduction Workshop ‘Density’ <Complex at Namdaemun> Extra Individual Work <Built Forms, Gallery> Working Experience - Construction Drawing

1 Traditional House Actual Measurement 2 Hong-Ik Univ. Area Perspective Pattern Study 3 Architectural Technique <space visualization drawing> (4 pieces) Book D <Epilogue>

0 Introduction 1 Non-Architectural Drawings (4 pieces) 2 Photos 3 Education Chronicle 4 Profile

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~2010.

INDIVIDUAL / COLLABORATION STUDIO / NON-STUDIO

Year

2010 ~2010

2008 2008 2006

2000~2006

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A. 1. 00

INTRODUCTION

HYBRID <ANCIENT FUTURE>

2009.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

H Y B R I D < A N C I E N T F U T U R E >

Individual Individual Work, Work, 2006, 2009, 2-25-1 studio studio

1st 2nd

project in BOOK A

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JAMSIL, SEOUL, KOREA

VEGETABLE GARDEN, PUBLIC PARK, CITY ENGINEERING FACILITY

Introduction This project is my graduation project of my 5th year studio. Every participant was expected to choose their own topic and the site for the project. The Site I select is Seong-Nae Stream which is accompanied with retention pond and bank for flood in the middle of high-rise housings. This cityfacility is a necessity for citizen’s safety but it spoils residential environment so that people usually avoid those facilities.My intention of design is to connect this city-engineering facility with citizen’s daily life.

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A. 1. 01

MAIN GOAL OF THE DESIGN

HYBRID - ANCIENT FUTURE

2009.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

A. 1. 02

HYBRID - ANCIENT FUTURE

2009.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

ISSUES 1 SERIOUS LEVEL DIFFERENCE 2 BEING ISOLATED FROM ADJACENT AREA, THE SITE PREVENTS PEOPLE FROM APPROACHING NATURE.

BLURRING THE BORDERLINE BETWEEN 天 地 人

WHAT IS THE PROBLEM OF THE SITE?

[Hanul Cheon] Heaven Nature

STEEL BRIDGE

Nature Environment

Inhabitants Local Community

SCOOPED GROUND (地)

[Ttang Ji] Earth Urban Environment City Facility Retention Reservoir

SITE

ZOOM IN

[Saram In] Man Inhabitants Local Community

In our present Seoul, City’s Engineering facility, Nature and Local community is disconnected and they are not firmly related to inhabitants’ life. Through this project, I wanted to express blurred borderline among the subjects and by connecting them to people’s daily life, I made the urban facility and nature to go back local people.

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SITE City Facility Urban Environment Detention Reservoir

SELECT THE SITE

Detention pond of Seong-Nae stream is the site where city engineering facility and the nature are not harmonized each other. It exists as a huge urban void and space of no sense of place. This is because engineering function of detention pond itself which means that this facility is made for preventing damage of flood. But this site is nearby good natural resources such as the Han River and Seong-Nae Stream and

in the middle of housing-condensed area. So this has possibility of being the hub of open space. The project’s goal is to create medium for local community, city facility and nature.

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A. 1. 03

SITE EXPLANATION - DETENTION POND

SITE

HYBRID - ANCIENT FUTURE

: 地

2009.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

Urban Environment - City Facility - Detention Reservoir

Why the site is scooped and cannot be harmonized with adjacent area? Due to the Detention Reservoir’s function : FLOOD CONTROL

DETENTION RESERVOIR or RETARDING BASIN or DETENTION POND is the terminology of this site. This engineering facility acts as city’s basin or reservoir which prepares for flood or abrupt much rain. It protects residential area from inundation. When it rains, this site collects that water in basin and then water flows into the Han-river. Except for about 10 days in a year, the bottom of the detention pond is dry and empty. But for those 10 rainy days, the bottom is lower than ground level by 6m.

Engineering Function Influences Arrangement of Programs.

SUNNY DAYS -

usual situation

AVERAGE (14,OCTOBER, 2009)

The Site is scooped and severed as remained 6m below from the ground level.

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Detention pond Area : 23,700sqm Reservoir Capacity : 92,000sqm Flood Elevation : 18.55m Mean Monthly-highest water level(HWL) : 12.5m Mean Monthly-Lowest water level(LWL) : 8.6m

ON RAINY DAYS-

only about 10 days an year

FLOOD (20.JULY, 2009)

Site is filled up by water for the protection of residential area..

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A. 1. 04

SITE EXPLANATION

HYBRID - ANCIENT FUTURE

2009.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

THE PRESENT SITUATION OF Detention RESERVOIR

RESIDENTIAL AREA EXISTING PARKS NOVEL PARKSUGGESTION

Gang-Byeon Station

School

A-San Hospital

Pungsung Middle School Pungsung Elementy School

Indicator to state that Detention Resorvoir is severed from other parts of open spaces. EXISTING OPEN SPACE 1 - The Han River Park

EXISTING OPEN SPACE 1 Han River Park

EXISTING OPEN SPACE 2 - Olympic Park NOVEL PARK - Detention Reservoir Park

NOVEL PARK Detention Pond Park

Jam-Sil Park Lio Apartment

Vegetation Ratio

Cultural Facility Rate

Exercising Facility

Road Paving Rate

EXISTING OPEN SPACE 2 Olympic Park

Seong-Nae Station

EXISTING OPEN SPACE 1 - The Han River Park

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NOVEL PARK - Detention Reservoir Park

EXISTING OPEN SPACE 2 - Olympic Park

Pedestrian Rate

Biker Rate

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A. 1. 05

SITE - PROPOSAL DIRECTION

HYBRID - ANCIENT FUTURE

2009.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

LOCAL COMMUNITY

PROGRAM PROPOSAL - WHAT IS NECESSARY IN THIS AREA?

A. 1. 06

SEOUL

2009.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

GYEONGGI PROVINCE

LAND AREA

People want this! SEOUL

NATURE LEISURE FEE RATE (/income)

POPULATION

9,800,000 PP

11,545,000 PP

3,241,000 won

12.4%

VEGETABLE FARM (WEEKEND FARM) AREA

INCOME(per a family, a month)

NATURE

14%

2,920,000 won

23.85ha

315.15ha

So, the Result is that Seoul people keep going to Gyeonggi province to find arable field.

SITE CITY FACILITY NATURE

LOCAL COMMUNITY

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Severely Disconnected Civil Facility and Nature and Local Community should be linked !

seoul SEOUL

Thus, if we make more Vegetable Gardens in Seoul? kinda Jackpot !!

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RIPPLE EFFECT

HYBRID - ANCIENT FUTURE

2009.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

But, the Problem is.. 1 profit ratio is not high enough comparisoned to other businesses in Seoul 2 there are not sufficient arable land in Seoul Solution is that 1 Use Public land, not private land for common good 2 Use land as hybrid in mixed-use way for the effective land use. Thus, letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s use a detention reservoir ! This open space should be different from established open spaces due to the engineering function of preparing for floods.

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SHIN-CHEON DETENTION RESERVOIR BECOMES A PROTOTYPE OF OTHER DETENTION PONDS AND PUMP FACILITIES. THIS IS THE WAY THAT WE CAN USE URBAN ENGINEERING FACILITY MORE EFFECTIVELY, HUMAN-FRIENDLY.

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DESIGN KEYWORD AND PROCESS

HYBRID - ANCIENT FUTURE

DESIGN KEYWORD 1. PLANT : A WEEKEND FARM, PUBLIC GARDEN, BIOTOP 1. SHADE 1. WATER LEVEL 1

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2009.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

Ground of detention pond is lower than neighboring area.

In order to maximize the use of land, multiple layers are set up.

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Inner space can be classified as flood area and 1yr-round-dry area.

It becomes easy to link local community and waterfront, providing convenient walking environment.

1. This is Scooped ground that has different floor level with adjacent area.

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B1F

2. To go to water front, to be specific, the Han river and Seong-Nae stream, we must overcome inclination. The present situation is that people choose a detour which takes longer time than direct way. So the first thing which seems very practical, is to connect residential area and waterfront for pedestrians to take a walk in more convenient way.

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3. Multi-layered Plates make more surface that is able to contain more needed programs such as main Strategy programs (vegetable gardens, public garden, biotop), exercising facilities and so on.

2F

4. Multi-layered Plates doesn’t allow much light in it and also fresh air, either. To solve this problem, by punching the plates, proper amount of light and wind can be inflowed.

3F

In order to let light into the bottom, plates are perforated.

6 Light is introduced.

Each floors are categorized by whether or not they have light.

5. Light can be spread through holes. Necessary programs are distributed. Programs which demand enough light or should not be intruded by rain season’s water are put on the ground, that is, on the plate, on the reservoir. Programs like parking lot are regarded that they are possible to be submerged when occaional heavy rain falls and detention reservoir is flooded.

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6. Trees and other plants are spread out on the plates. Most lowest level floor is filled with aquatic plants because when it rains heavily in summer, underground area will be submerged. The level same as adjoining area is partly consisted of public garden ,which means, usually plants for landscape to make people come to this site. Lastly, vegetable gardens for citizens’s leisure are placed on the rooftop.

Plants are distributed at shade area and flood area.

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IMAGINARY SCENE OF ANCIENT FUTURE

A. 1. 13

HYBRID - ANCIENT FUTURE

PROGRAM PROPOSAL - PROGRAM RELATION MAP

2009.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

1.13.1 Program Map

WEEKEND FARM OFFICE

FARMING TOOL STORAGE

EVENT PLACE

PICNIC AREA

VEGETABLE GARDEN (WEEKEND FARM)

PUBLIC GARDEN

REST AREA, CAFE

FAUCET FOR CLEANSING ORGANIC FOOD MARKET

BIOTOP GARDEN (Aquatic Plants)

UNIQUE PLANTS GARDEN

RUNNING TRACK AND FIELD LOCAL PUBLIC LIBRARY

CHILDREN’S PLAYGROUND

BICYCLE, INLINE SKATE RENTAL

BASKET BALL COURTS

EXERCISE SPACE

TENNIS COURTS

1.13.2 Criteria

WHAT KIND OF CRITERIA CAN BE APPLIED TO CLASSIFY NEEDED PROGRAMS? THE ANSWER IS 1 ‘WATER LEVEL’ 2 ‘SHADE’

Scattered Program Map

Categorize by 2 Criteria 1 ‘Water level’ 2 ‘Shade’

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EVOLUTION TEST - SHADE EXPERIMENTS

HYBRID - ANCIENT FUTURE

1.14.1. SHADE STUDY OF THE MOST SUNNY DAY IN AN YEAR

2009.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

1.14.2. SHADE STUDY APPLIED TO VEGETABLE TERRACE GARDEN

HEIGHT OF TERRACE 5:00AM, SUMMER SOLSTICE

TIME 0.5M

1.0M

2.0M

9:00AM

1:00PM

5:00PM

10:00AM

2:00PM

6:00PM

11:00AM

3:00PM

7:00PM

NOON

4:00PM

8:00PM

4.0M

6:00AM 6:00AM, SUMMER SOLSTICE

6:00AM, SUMMER SOLSTICE

9:00AM, SUMMER SOLSTICE

7:00AM

9:00AM, SUMMER SOLSTICE

NOON, SUMMER SOLSTICE

8:00AM

3;00 PM, SUMMER SOLSTICE

NOON, SUMMER SOLSTICE

1.14.3. PROGRAMS DISTRIBUTED BY SHADE 6;00 PM, SUMMER SOLSTICE

3:00PM, SUMMER SOLSTICE 9;00 PM, SUMMER SOLSTICE

6:00PM, SUMMER SOLSTICE

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EVOLUTION TEST - WATER LEVEL

HYBRID - ANCIENT FUTURE

2009.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

Detention reservoir protects residential area in rainy period. To keep this engineering function, each programs should be distinguished by whether or not they can withstand being submerged.

ORDINARY DAY

Image of a rainy day

FLOOD PERIOD

1.15.1. PROGRAMS DISTRIBUTED BY WATER LEVEL

FLOOD LINE

CAN NOT BE SUNK UNDER WATER CAN BE SUNK UNDER WATER

1.15.2. LONGITUDINAL SECTION DIAGRAM

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FLUX MODELMANAGEMENT PICTURES

HYBRID - ANCIENT FUTURE

2009.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

LINK FROM LOCAL COMMUNITY TO WATERFRONT BY MAXIMIZING THE USE OF URBAN FACILITY27


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DESIGN PROCESS : EVOLUTION TEST 1

1.16.1. COMPONENT

1.16.2. 3D-MODEL STUDY

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EVOLUTION TEST 1 : SITE PLAN

HYBRID - ANCIENT FUTURE

2009.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

<If> the design is based on a grid system which derived from single vegetable gardenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s module.

Single plot cell

Fundamental order

Connection between water and local community

Office, market, laboratory etc.

Light well

Vegetation

Plants for research

Public ornamental plants

Private vegetation garden

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EVOLUTION TEST 1 - PLAN

HYBRID - ANCIENT FUTURE

2009.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

Biotop Park

-6.0m (Under Flood Line)

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+7.00m (North side Ground Level)

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EVOLUTION TEST 1 - SECTION AND DIAGRAM

HYBRID - ANCIENT FUTURE

1.18.1. MAIN ENTRANCE / MOVEMENT FLOW

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

1.18.2. SPACE USE

ECAPS ROIRETNI TOL GNIKRAP NOITATEGEV ELPOEP

+14.0 m G.L (Third floor)

2009.

SRAC

INTERIOR SPACE PARKING LOT VEGETATION PEOPLE CARS ENTRANCE

NORTH SIDE ENTRANCE

+7.0 m G.L (Second floor)

0.0 m G.L

SOUTH SIDE ENTRANCE

-6.0 m G.L (UNDER FLOOD LINE)

1.18.3. SECTION PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE PUMP - ENGINEERING FACILITY

HIGHWAY HAN RIVER

CHANNEL BIOTOP GARDEN

OFFICE, MARKET

SUBWAY OVERPASS BRIDGE

PUBLIC GARDEN

RESIDENTIAL AREA VEGETABLE GARDEN

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CROSS SECTION

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LEFT OVER DESIGN : EVOLUTION 2 - PLANS AND SECTION Somebody told me that your design is too radical, so I want to introduce my second proposal. However, I feel more interested in the first one.

2009.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

<If> I use linear and curved line vocabulary which gives the liberal flow and atmosphere for the public.

-8.0m (Under Flood Line)

SITE PLAN

HYBRID - ANCIENT FUTURE

-6.0m (Under Flood Line)

0.0m (Ground Level)

+10.00m (Third Floor Level)

+6.0m (Second Floor Level)

+14.00m (Roof Floor Level)

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

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RESEARCH

2008.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

PERSPECTIVE PATTERN VISUALIZATION

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MATERIAL

2008.

COLLABORATION WORK NON-STUDIO WORK

PERSONAL RECOGNITION DOES DEPEND ON WHAT?

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Introduction This project is aimed to study which factors of landscape are involved in recognizing perspective of the scene. The front face of buildings, trees and plants, urban furniture, sky, aggregated buildings or side face of builings and so on can be factors. Pedestrianâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s walking speed, simplification process by brain functions could affect city viewâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s configuration. Through adding and subtracting process, people selectively perceive perspective in front of them. Sometimes, Not always people are aware of scene as it actually is. This is because, unconsciousness of individuals which forms various factors of landscape dominates the recognized view.

PERSPECTIVE 2

PERSPECTIVE 1

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PERSPECTIVE 3

PERSPECTIVE 5

PERSPECTIVE 4

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A. 2. 00

INTRODUCTION

COMMERCIAL COMPLEX <ECON>

2008.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

COMMERCIAL C O M P L E X

< E C O N ECO+ICON> @EUNPYOUNG REDEVELOPMENT A R E A

GROUP Work, 2008, 4-2 studio

EUNPYOUNG , SEOUL, KOREA

COMMERCIAL COMPLEX. ECO-FRIENDLY STRATEGY PROGRAMS

TEAM MEMBER : YOO JIN JANG, LIM JI YOUNG, KI-SAE HO PROJECT CONTRIBUTION : CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT, SPACE DEVELOPMENT, DIAGRAM(ESPECIALLY 3D DIAGRAM), MODELING, CAD DRAWING PERIOD : 9.2008.~12.2008.

2nd

project in BOOK A

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Introduction As a 4-2 studio project, Eun-Pyoung Gu New town area was given to 4th grade students. This site is wellknown as a redevelopment land because it is a part of housing policy. This area is now at the end of construction and habitants’ move-in is starting to occur. Eun-Pyoung Gu is one of the most controversial areas because of its methodological issues and whether or not it will be successful. Given program is a housing-commercial complex.

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SITE INTRODUCTION AND POTENTIAL

COMPLEX

AT EUNPYOUNG, SEOUL

2008.

COLLABORATION WORK STUDIO WORK

population 4.4 area 4.9 (/100 SEOUL)

Eun-Pyoung Newtown location in SEOUL

Eun-Pyoung Gu New Town City Development District, Central Commercial Area Comprehensive Development Location : Il-Won, JinGwan NaeWaeDong, EunPyoung Gu, Seoul, Korea Commercial Zone, Special Plan Sector of District Unit Planning Client : Seoul Housing Corporation (SH Corporation) Main Programs : Mixed Using Housing, Transfer Center, Department Store, Discount Store, Hotel, Theater, Sales Facility The rate of Housing : below 40% Site Area : 50385 sqm Built Area : 9445.15 sqm Total Floor Area : 421945.21 sqm Built ratio : below 60% Maximum Floor-Area Ratio : 500% Maximum Height : 100m

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As a studio project, Eun-Pyoung Gu New town area was given to 4th grade students. This area is now at the end of construction and habitantsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; move-in is starting to occur. EunPyoung Gu is one of the most controversial area because of its methodological issues and whether or not it will be successful.

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SITE POTENTIAL - WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE OF EUN-PYOUNG SITE?

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COMPLEX

AT EUNPYOUNG, SEOUL

2008.

COLLABORATION WORK STUDIO WORK

NATURE

Jong-Ro Area : Historical Resources

ROAD(INFRA) DISTRIBUTION MARKET

Eun-Pyoung Newtown ???

MARKET

Shin Chon Area : Educational Resources

Gang-Nam Area : Full of skyscrapers

Todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Shopping is a Leisure and Leisure is consumed with Nature.

Water System

Woodland

Woodland

Buk-Han Mt. National Park Seo O Reung Nature Park Jin Kwan Neighborhood Park Gal Hyun Neighborhood Park

Water System

Jin Kwan Stream Pok Po Dong Su-Won head of river 48 Mot Ja Lee Gol Chang Reung Stream

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THE PROBLEM OF PREVALENT CONCEPT RELATED TO NATURE

A. 2. 03

NEW CONCEPT

BOUNDARY = ISLAND

COMPLEX

AT EUNPYOUNG, SEOUL

2008.

COLLABORATION WORK STUDIO WORK

NO MORE ISLAND

? Conventional

conventional concept of ‘Nature in the city’

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WHAT IS

NATURE?

Up-to-date

we suggest new concept of ‘Nature in the city’

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CONCEPT SPECIFICATION

COMPLEX

AT EUNPYOUNG, SEOUL

2008.

COLLABORATION WORK STUDIO WORK

What Kind Of Strategy Programs Are Proposed?

Organic Food Park Organic Food Court Organic Food Market Organic Food Restaurant Organic Food Franchise

Agriculture Theme Park Lot Rent Business ( Individual, Company, Lab) Weekend Farming Program sold by internet portal sites or local community

Laboratory Organic Food Company lab Agriculture College lab Industrial-Education Cooperation lab National Plant Source lab

Eco Theme Park Franchise Exhibition National Park Botanic Garden Branch Endangered Plant Species Museum Green House

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STRATEGY PROGRAM CONCEPT DRAWING

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A. 2. 05

BIG PICTURE OF MASSING PROCESS

ALT 1

ALT 2

COMPLEX

AT EUNPYOUNG, SEOUL

ALT 3

2008.

COLLABORATION WORK STUDIO WORK

A. 2. 06

DESIGN CONCEPT

COMPLEX

AT EUNPYOUNG, SEOUL

2008.

COLLABORATION WORK STUDIO WORK

ALT 1

Utility of water front is better, but building volume is too long and narrow and flow is monotonous.

ALT 2

Commercial areaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s integrated utility is possible, however, the effective use of waterfront is hard to achieve and an access from the West side is unfavorable.

ALT 3

This shape can take advantage of waterfront and also favorable to main access. Commercial space is divided into two.

GREEN NETWORK Green corridor which connects both parks next to the site passes through commercial space and enables this to be used as various programs. This green corridor makes form of green network and gets surrounding context involved into commercial space.

ANCHOR FACILITY

As anchor programs, department store and multiplex are located upper and down side of the site and are connected with main commercial volume. Even though commercial facility is divided by a stream, it can be overcome

ANCHOR FACILITY

through using anchor programs.

ENTRANCE OPEN SPACE

ENTRANCE/OPEN

SPACE

Plaza is placed where main entrance is created. In this way, open space is provided.

STREAM AND SHOP

STREAM <-> SHOP

GREEN NETWORK

By locating commercial facilities on both sides along the stream, this area is activated. Also, through using the stream, residential area is divided and gains independency.

EARLY CONCEPT DRAWING

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MODEL STUDY

A. 2. 08

MASSING PROCESS WITH CONCIOUS FLOW

COMPLEX

AT EUNPYOUNG, SEOUL

2008.

GROUP WORK STUDIO WORK

The whole massing study 1.

2.

1. A mass is put on the given site, which satisfies the whole program-demanding volume stem from given Built ratio and Maximum Floor-Area Ratio. 2. Divide a mass into three according to streamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s flow, usefulness, accessibility and not-gigantic size.

3.

4.

5.

6.

3. Private residential complex is divided by a stream branch. 4. Making empty space for acceptance of population from the road and bus transit center. Furthermore, anchor programs such as theater and department store are located.

5. Main open-space for people gathering and events is made. 6. Connect each divided masses through bridges. 7. Complete the shape of the buildings into streamlined form.

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ANCHOR / STRATEGY PROGRAM LOCATION AND AREA

COMPLEX

Anchor Programs Multi plex Theater On-ground Programs Department Store Discount Store Retail Shopping mall Cultural Facility

Underground Programs Department Center Discount Store

Agriculture Theme 3500 Park

55000

8200 Fitness Club 2764 Silver Business 5550 Cultural Facility 3017 Nursery

2500

Housings(465Famili es)

86000

450 800 350

Program Area 830

House Parking lot

30621

Discount Store parking lot Department+Retail shop parking lot Transfer station

15500 170000 900

Housing Rate : 36.3 % Strategy Facility Rate : 8.6% Total Floor Area : 202931 sqm Built Ratio : 54.3% Maximum Floor-Area Ratio : 446.2%

Agriculture Theme Park

Department Store

Cultural Facility

Multiplex Theater

Laboratory

Organic Food Park

Eco Theme Park

Discount Shop

Retail Shopping Mall

Strolling during shopping

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COLLABORATION WORK STUDIO WORK

Strategy Programs

Agriculture Theme 8500 Park 24200 Organic Food Park 3300 Eco Theme Park 55000 Laboratory 2300

8100

Retail Shopping Mall

2008.

AT EUNPYOUNG, SEOUL

Retail Shopping Mall

Take a rest Take a rest

Organic Food eating in nature

Cultivation

Take a rest

Vertical Circulation

Improvement of Plants

Vertical Circulation

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SITE PLAN

SITE PLAN

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A. 2. 11

FLOOR PLAN

COMPLEX

AT EUNPYOUNG, SEOUL

2008.

COLLABORATION WORK STUDIO WORK

B1F PLAN. EL -7.0m

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A. 2. 12

FLOOR PLAN / CIRCULATION / MAIN ENTRANCE / MOVEMENT FLOW

COMPLEX

2. 12. 1. Main Entrance / Movement Flow

AT EUNPYOUNG, SEOUL

2008.

COLLABORATION WORK STUDIO WORK

2. 12. 2. Shopping Circulation Flow

VERTICAL CIRCULATION

PEOPLE TRANSPORTATION MAIN ENTRANCE

3F

GL +7.0

2F

GL +3.5

1F

Bus Stop

Subway

GL -1.0 -1F

GL -7.0

2. 12. 3. Sectional Circulation

1F PLAN. EL -1.0m

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PLAN / CIRCULATION / MOVEMENT FLOW

COMPLEX

2. 13. 3. Anchor program circulation

AT EUNPYOUNG, SEOUL

2008.

COLLABORATION WORK STUDIO WORK

2. 13. 4. Strategy program ciculation

2. 13. 6. Retail Shop line along the stream

2F PLAN. EL +3.5m

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FLOOR PLAN

3F PLAN. EL +8.0m

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COMPLEX

AT EUNPYOUNG, SEOUL

4F PLAN. EL +12.5m

5F PLAN. EL +17.0m

6F PLAN. EL +21.5m

7F PLAN. EL +28.0m

2008.

COLLABORATION WORK STUDIO WORK

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A. 2. 15

SPACE USE

A. 2. 16

BUILDING SYSTEM INTRO

COMPLEX

AT EUNPYOUNG, SEOUL

2008.

INDIVIDUAL WORK NON-STUDIO WORK

BUILDING S Y S T E M

Perspective of main open space and the stream

Individual Work, 2009, non- studio

Building System

Systemic Development

Introduction This project is done in 2008 individually in the course of ‘building system’. All the students who were taking the course were requested to select one of their design projects and develop its building system more specific.

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STRUCTURE AND SKIN

COMPLEX

AT EUNPYOUNG, SEOUL

2009.

INDIVIDUAL WORK NON-STUDIO WORK

Concentrated Part

the Building within the Building

Detailed section and outer-wall section are drawn up for this part including Agriculture Theme Park as strategy program, on the condition of that this outer wall is curved surface that has two-way curvature.

Strategy programs and shopping space are located in the stream-lined glass structure

1st outer SKIN - Glass + Steel Arch

ARCH : Crossing Arches (crossing arches can endure lateral load and wind load more than ordinary arches.)

Skin as One Building :

Non-Load Bearing, Single Shell, Translucent

1st outer Building - as Case of the building

Outer Skin is made of glass shell and steel arches without columns.

2nd inner Building - Strategy programs SHELL : Low-e double glazed glass. (A lot of plants demand introduction of sun light.)

the Skin within the Skin 2nd Inner SKIN - Steel Screen Strategy facility requires sufficient natural light in order to raise plants and grass. On the other hand, commercial area as a leading program, sun light should be not allowed to come in.

Involved Load Type

Fixed Load : Reinforced concrete column, slab, finishing, systems Live Load : Main programs - Retail and Department store (1F) 5kN/sqm - Retail and Department store (2F) 4kN/sqm - Warehouse store 6kN/sqm Snow Load and Roof Live Load Wind Load and Seismic Load

Grid type of steel frame is proper because it can meet the demand of variable and various space of a series of retail shops and strategy programs. Considering the size of the building, column-slab structure is preferred because of its practicality and economic feasibility.

CEILING : Apart from shell, each slab has its outer wall which is made by steel screen. Things in the building can be vaguely seen through steel screen and at night, illumination is radiated from inner side of the building, magnifying buildingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s existence.

Water Pressure and Earth Pressure

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ELEVATION / SECTION / PLAN

COMPLEX

2009.

AT EUNPYOUNG, SEOUL

SOLO WORK NON-STUDIO WORK

SUNLIGHT CONTROL FOR PLANTS Summer solstice, sun’s incidence angle.

Winter solstice, sun’s incidence angle.

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THERMAL AND LIGHT CONTROL

COMPLEX

AT EUNPYOUNG, SEOUL

2009.

INDIVIDUAL WORK NON-STUDIO WORK

VENTILATION The site is so windy because it is located between two mountains. To lead natural ventilation by Bernoulli Effect, the top of the arch is perforated. Unlike from bird eye view, these perforations would not be seen from human scale. So these pores don’t ruin the stream-lined shape of the buildings and can maintain its design concepts.

VENTILATION FLAP

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10m

Windows on outer skin have its own ventilation flap which makes it possible to open and close the window itself. So, natural ventilation is possible according to change of weather.

STRUCTURE ALC panel 30mm Concrete Mortar Deck plate Open web steel joist Steel Beam Steal Column (Fire Protection Covering)

Structure and Construction method Elevation Material / Structure Hierarchy

Glass Window – Aluminum Spider Support, Stainless Steel Point Support – Steel Tube – Steel Arch Window’s height depends on arch’s curvature.

Outer skin has a definite order. First, there are steel arches at intervals of 12.5m and round steel tubes which are supported by them. Next, thin Steel Cantilever, Aluminum Spider Support and Stainless Steel Point Support are stretched out from those steel tubes. The height of window is getting decrease as arch’s curvature grows down. In conclusion, window has from 0.9m to 1.5m height. This part is that I focus onsupported by 4 pairs of Crossing Steel Arches. Window’s module is 3500mm (w) * 1500mm(h) For the window, Fall-protection Compound double-glazed safety glass is used.

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Terraced building slabs and the fact that agriculture theme park is located at the East enables plants distributed along a couple of floors. By considering sun’s incidence angle at summer and winter solstice of the site in Korea, space is divided into 2 areas. First, soil is laid out and trees are planted at the spot where is exposed to sunlight 365 days a year. On the other hand, at spots where isn’t exposed at sunlight so much, there are only plant pots available and this space is used with links of shopping place.

Ceiling : Prefabricated Steel Frame Structure (for workability and economics), Deck Plate, Open web joist (for obtaining service space) Column : Dry-Process ALC covering on steel column (respond to steel’s disadvantage that it is vulnerable for fire and to keep its constancy of quality) Open web joist 1.2m span Column span 12m

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PARTIAL SECTION

COMPLEX

AT EUNPYOUNG, SEOUL

2009.

INDIVIDUAL WORK NON-STUDIO WORK

BEIJING NATIONAL THEATER : USED STEEL SCREEN AND DOUBLE SKIN

This part contains vegetable gardens, so natural sunlight and ventilation is important. Usually, shopping space such as department store is sealed from sunlight or the effect of weather for customers not to be effected by outer facts, but in this design, direct sun lighting is demanded for strategy programs. Accordingly, shopping area’s outer wall generally consists of ALC and some parts is made up of Steel Screen in order to accept sunlight through its series of perforations. If Steel Screen is rolled up, then fenestration is created and more sun light can be accepted. Furthermore, the combination of steel screen and glass makes kind of fantastic atmosphere with the light especially at night time, re-creating itself as a new landmark of Eun-Pyoung Gu and promoting itself. This part is drawn as a section. Shell is made of glass and inner wall of the building’s material is steel screen which acts as light-reflectors. So, not only direct light, but also indirect light can be used. Environmental Control system is formed by the type of the programs. Strategy programs such as organic food court, eco theme park and agriculture theme park additionally require building systems for control of temperature, humidity and lighting in order to raise plants in the form of a greenhouse. Facilities for automatic supply of moisture in the greenhouse are demanded, too. Commercial area is separated from strategy facilities, using HVAC system for the thermal control and air conditioning. Ducts are located between the slaves. Balcony and cantilever is functioning as buffer zone to control the environmental effect. Skin of commercial area and outer glass skin forms double facade and it blocks heat from escaping.

ECO-FRIENDLY SKIN

A series of responsive shading devices are provided to the whole area for the control of daylight. High efficient insulator is used for the effective energy use. And double skin façade responds to the climate and it controls the ventilation of the air.

SYSTEM FOR CANTILEVER SLAB

Cantilever slab is getting thinner when it comes to the end of the edge. So, by finishing ceiling through exposure of structure and ducts, the weight of slab is decreased and differentiated mood of shopping place is made. Instead, to diminish the occurrence of fire and heat bridge phenomenon, insulator is applied on service space within open web joint and spray-applied fire resistive coatings is done.

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SKIN DETAIL SECTION

COMPLEX

AT EUNPYOUNG, SEOUL

2009.

INDIVIDUAL WORK NON-STUDIO WORK

VEGETABLE GARDEN 70mm SOIL 70mm COCONUT TRAY, FLOODING CONTROL BRACKET 80mm ROOT-PROTECTION PLATE 50mm HEAT INSULATOR, WATERPROOF MEMBRANED CONCRETE SLAB, HEAT-INSULATED WATERWAY

1. 8 STEEL ARCHES : 64m(w) * 34m(h) 2. STEEL TUBE DIAMETER : 150mm 3. ALUMINUM SPIDER SUPPORT 4. FALL PROTECTION COMPOUND DOUBLE GLAZED GLASS 3500mm(w) * 1500mm(h) ~ 900mm(h)

STEEL SCREEN 1. HIGH TENSILE BOLT. M=-8, L=40, NUT, CLIP SET 2. EYENUT, THE INSIDE DIAMETER 20 3. SST SCREEN

SLAB 1. CONCRETE PANEL FLOOR 35mm 2. DECK PLATE 110mm 3. OPEN WEB JOIST 4. SERVICE SPACE COLUMN - H-SHAPE SECTION STEEL ALC COVERING 5. CEILING FINISH - ALC PANEL 10mm

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MATERIALS 2007.

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COLLABORATION WORK NON-STUDIO WORK

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Elasticity is one of the most important properties of wood as architectural material. 3 layerd-vaneer has its own bending direction which is determined by 2 layers. This mobile made by woods has gradually increasing wieght which is felt visually. Each unit hung through thread has different weight and shape, and this create various degree of bending of mobile. We tried to find out where is the maximum elasticity of the 3 layered poplarwood.

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CONCRETE IS PROPER MATERIAL TO GIVE THE FEELING OF MASSIVENESS. DIFFERENT HEIGHTS OF COLUMNS MAKE 3-DIMENSIONAL CURVED SURFACE. IT LOOKS LIKE 2-DIMENSIONAL GRAPHS WHEN YOU SEE IT FROM ANOTHER SIDE.

CONCRETE’S SURFACE VARIES ACCORDING TO AMOUNT OF AIR BUBBLE. PLUS, CONCRETE’S COLOR CHANGED BY CONTACT TO MOISTURE IN THE PROCESS OF CURING. IF WE ATTACH FILM ON IT, THIS COULD ALSO MODIFY TEXTURE AND COLOR OF CONCRETE.

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WE RECONSTRUCTED BOTTICELLI’S MASTERPIECE IN ORDER TO EXPLORE THE FEELING OF TRANSPARENCY FROM VARIOUS MATERIALS. USED MATERIAL IS BELOW. DYED GLASS WITH VIVID COLOR INTENTIONALLY ABRADED GLASS FOR MAKING ROUGH SURFACE BROKEN PIECE OF GLASS TRANSLUCENT STRAW CONVEX LENS AND CONCAVE LENS PRISM FROTHY ADHESIVE ACRYLIC CYLINDER

sorry, Botticelli~ but I should have studied "transparency"

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A. 3. 00

INTRODUCTION

FLUX MANAGEMENT

2008.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

F L U X MANAGEMENT

Individual Work, 2008, 4-1 studio

HONG-IK UNIV AREA, SEOUL, KOREA

PLAZA, COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS

PERIOD : 4.2008.~7.2008. ADDED UP : 10.2010. (SITE ANALYSIS, DIAGRAMS)

3rd 2nd

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Introduce This studio project was assigned in 2008. this is one of my 4th yearstudio projects. The location of this project was not firmly determined but select the siteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s location was up to students within limited boundary. So students should have researched the area. After then, we chose the own site. The site is Hong-Ik univ.area, where is one of the most dynamic area in Seoul, Korea. Given program is plaza. All students of the studio were expected to follow these given conditions but also could add or specify bestowed programs.

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A. 3. 01

SITE ANALYSIS & CURRENT FLOW SITUATION

FLUX MANAGEMENT

2008.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

3.01.4. MAIN FLOW DIAGRAM OF HONG-IK UNIV. AREA

3.01.1. LOCATION IN SEOUL, KOREA

THIS DIRECTION !! YEON-SAE, EWHA WOMAN UNIV.

3.01.2. MAIN PROGRAM OF THE AREA (1st FLOOR) HOUSING

PUBLIC SPACE

Problem is stagnation flow.

ELEMNTARY SCHOOL.

The present site situation

RETAIL SHOP

STUDIO AND ART ACADEMY

CAFE AND RESTAURANT

The site, HongIk Univ. playground is already playing a role of plaza which is used as a meeting spot, because this is a symbolic space of the local area and it is easy to find. Furthermore, floating population is larger than any other spots and flea markets are held on the spot. Merely, current area is not large enough to accommodate these lots of people, so I changed the North side access road and by doing so, car moving around is not accepted.

EXISTING MAIN CIRCULATION FLOW AT DAYTIME

EXISTING MAIN CIRCULATION FLOW AT NIGHT TIME

FLOW IS STUCK HERE-! SITE

CLUB AND BAR HONG-IK UNIV.

THIS DIRECTION !! HAN-GANG UNIV.

3.01.3. SITE ELEVATION

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SITE’S PROBLEM and PROPOSAL

A. 3. 02

FLUX MANAGEMENT

3.02.1. HONG-IK UNIVERSITY AREA’S CURRENT FLUX SITUATION

2008.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

3.02.3. FLUX MANAGEMENT PROPOSAL

PROBLEM IS... people move along the margin of the site, not getting through of it.

HONG-IK UNIVERSITY SUBWAY STATION

3.02.2. INDICATORS OF FLOW-STUCK AREA % (total100)

% (total100)

other area of H. univ.

Site

other area of H. univ.

2nd, 3rd Floor Vacancy Rate Comparison

% (other area people density average100)

Site

4th, 5th Floor Vacancy Rate Comparison

People’s flux is not genuinely permeating through our site. In other area of Hong-ik univ, flux runs through narrow alleys which have their own unique characters, but the site’s situation is quite different from neighboring area. They are losing their specific mood and functions where was the workplace for amateur artists or the place for consumption of creative products. Plus, vacancy rate of the 2nd floor and 3rd floor is going high gradually. This means that the site’s space is not used and optimized. To solve this problem, new order of the people’s movement is needed. So the answer is flux management.

PROPOSED NEW CIRCULATION

SITE BOUNDARY

COLLECTING FLOW, HERE

NEOPLAZA

APPROACH HONG-IK UNIV.

% (other area people density average100)

other area of H. univ.

Site

People’s Main Street Occupation Rate Comparison (Road Permeability Rate)

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APPROACH

IF, people’s movement flux permeates the site like THIS?

other area of H. univ.

Site

People’s Narrow Alley Occupation Rate Comparison (Road Permeability Rate)

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A. 3. 03

DESIGN CONCEPT PROPOSAL - AMBITION OF THE DESIGN

OPEN UP

THE POSSIBILITY OF THE SITE

MAXIMISE

FLUX MANAGEMENT

The site nolli map of the present

2008.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

Proposalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s nolli map

THE QUESTION IS...

WHY IS A PLAZA NEEDED? Rather than falling into mannerism

and just letting external factors ruin the original attraction,

granting them a new order -

THE USE OF BUILDINGS

Why we need a novel order in HongIk Univ.? To make a novel order within HongIk univ, circulation nearby the playground is analyzed. As this is one of the most popular spaces for meeting spot, the largest number of people who visit the playground comes out of the Hong-ik subway station line No.2. The way from the station to the playground is not hard to find and walk through. But except this widest road, all the roads are just narrow alleys. It is filled with private studio, retail shops, small sizes galleries or houses. Recently, this areaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s economy is stagnant relatively than other areas of Hong-ik Univ. In the past,

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this area was the center for sub-culture but by increasing rent fee, artists such as craft art have left here and this area is losing its own character more and more. Consequently, growing number of people feel sad about this situation and visit other places instead of here, such as Sang-do dong or something. So it is necessary to make approach between the playground and the subway station more active and stimulate consumer sentiment for artistic pieces. To do that, enlarging accessibility between the subway station and the urban tis-

sue is required. It would be acquired by drawing more people to the urban tissue. Plaza would exist as a physical substance. Already-existing urban tissue is all made up with narrow passages except the main four-lane road. Triangular site which is enclosed by the main road, playground and the no.365 street, is short of diagonal lines. I gained idea from these facts that I would design striped masses which crosses the triangular site and encourages people to gather at the plaza.

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A. 3. 04

DESIGN REQUIREMENT

FLUX MANAGEMENT

2008.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

A. 3. 05

DESIGN PROPOSAL

FLUX MANAGEMENT

2008.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

THE PLAZA IS DESIGNATED INTO 2 PARTS OF CLUSTER.

THEN, HOW?

1.

SURROUNDING MASS - A PUBLIC SPACE FOR GATHERING AND A LIVELY RENDEZVOUS POINT WHICH CAN BE A DESTINATION OF THE FLUX

2.

STRIPED MASS -

CLUSTERS WHICH DRAWS PEOPLE’S MOVEMENT INTO GATHERING PLACE

THE SECOND QUESTION IS...

WHAT IS THE CONDITION OF NEW AGORA? 1. Drawing people’s Flow to one Place (like a suction) 2. The absorption of the new into the old MANAGED FLUX

Above all, inflow of population and public space for gathering can be the most important condition of the plaza. Plaza should have contents by itself in the city and make people there to feel sense of place. Also it is supposed to contribute to boost up local economy situation. It could be approached by induction of new programs but present-existing programs which makes a place as the certain place need to be maintained. What’s more, a harmony with adjacent area is expected. But also, the plaza makes the place where it is located as the place which is distinguished with neighboring area.

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EACH BUILDING EXPLANATION

FLUX MANAGEMENT

2008.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

Striped Mass Regulating circulation flow into one direction strongly, masses are located in striped shapes. Retail shops can be created along the street. These 2 or 3 storiedbuildings can be used as clothing stores, restaurants or young artists’ studios. There are some interacting paths between volumes to make various reciprocal movements among the open spaces possible. These void spaces can also be utilized as smaller plaza. Outside is used for open public space. Open-café, restaurant, stage for performances or displaying spaces can be examples. Amateur musicians can show off their artistic ability. South side elevation is a face that encounters people coming from the subway train, so it meets people’s flow at right angles. On the other hand, north side elevation plays a role that encloses south face of the main plaza. Thus, North elevation is parallel with plaza’s south shape and the road. The existing facilities can be completely absorbed in new-ordered masses.

RESIDENTIAL

SHOP

CRAFT ART STUDIO

CAFE

Population flow is ample on the road but on the playground(site), flow is stagnant.

STRIPED MASS PICTURE RESTAURANT

INTERCONNECTION GATHERING @ PLAZA

OPEN SPACE

RESTAURANT CAFE

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MAXIMISE THE POSSIBILITY OF THE SITE : MORE OPEN SPACES AND MORE INTERCONNECTION WITH EACH OTHER FOR THE CONSEQUENCE OF MORE PROFIT AND MORE PEOPLE’S FLUX

DESIGN PROPOSAL

MAINTAINED EXISTING PROGRAM AREA

But there is strong desire for brisk activity and movement which overcome the level difference and narrow alley within the site.

After making more movement in the site, we expect to gather them together as a form of plaza.

BUILDING 1 - INTERCONNECT - BUILDING 2

HOUSING HOUSING BAR & CLUBBAR & CLUB BAR & CLUBBAR & CLUB HOUSING HOUSING BAR & CLUB BAR & CLUB BAR & CLUB BAR & CLUB DESIGN PROPOSAL

Circulation flow managed by striped masses gathers at a surrounding mass. This surrounding building has a function to collect people in one place being filled with retail shops, restaurant, flagship stores and so on. Each face of this mass is reacting to each bordering area. For details, on next page.

RETAIL SHOP

STUDIO

13%

Surrounding Mass

RETAIL SHOP RETAIL SHOP

RETAIL SHOPRETAIL SHOP RETAIL SHOPRETAIL SHOP RETAIL SHOPRETAIL SHOP

The plaza’s bottom and elevation should accept the population flow. Also They needs to respond and adjust themselves to bordering area. Also, its program is supposed to have capability to draw people’s attention.

RETAIL SHOP RETAIL SHOP

Present situation of Present Each situation of Each Program’s Area Program’s Area

Future situation of Each Future situation of Each Program’s Area Program’s Area

SURROUNDING MASS PICTURE

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FLUX MANAGEMENT 2008.

SUBWAY

STRIPED MASS SS

HONG-IK UNIVERSITY

SURROUNDING MASS

TREES FUNCTION AS ONE FACE OF THE PLAZA, PROVIDING SEMI-VISIBILITY AND PENESTRATION

EACH FACE OF THE SURROUNDIND PART RESPONSES TO THE BORDERING AREA

ADJUST PLAZA ITSELF TO BORDERING AREA

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A. 3. 08

SITE PLAN

FLUX MANAGEMENT

2008.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

AGORA PLAN

A. 3. 09

FLUX MANAGEMENT

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

2008.

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1. Retail Shops 2. Retail Shops and Street Cafe

GROUND PLAN

1. 2. 3. 4.

Retail Shops and Street Cafe Public Open Space Retail Shops and Restaurants Open Space

AGORA PLAN

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1. Retail Shops 2. Retail Shops and Restaurants

SITE PLAN 100

2nd FLOOR PLAN

1. Retail Shops and Offices 2. Retail Shops and Restaurants 3. Open Space

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A. 4. 00

INTRODUCTION

CONTEXT, CONTOUR

2006.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

CONTEXT CONTOUR

Individual Work, 2006, 2-2 studio

BUK-CHON, SEOUL, KOREA

Gallery, Cafe, Residence

PERIOD : 9.2006.~10.2006. ADDED UP : 10.2010. (SITE ANALYSIS, DIAGRAMS, WRITING, CONCEPT CLARIFICATION)

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project in BOOK A

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Introduce This studio project was assigned in 2006 and this is one of my second year studio projects. The location of this project was determined from the starting point. The site is Buk-chon where is one of the most historical area in Seoul, Korea. This area has its own geographical, architectural and urban features. Given programs are a gallery (museum), a cafĂŠ and a residence for a nuclear family. All students of the studio were expected to follow these given conditions and could add or specify bestowed programs.

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A. 4. 01

PREVIOUS CONCEPT OF DEVELOPMENT

CONTEXT, CONTOUR

2006.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

A. 4. 02

DESIGN MOTIF AND SITE EXPLANATION

CONTEXT, CONTOUR

2006.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

Geometrical Beauty of this Area Should be Protected !

Why is that?

SITE SITE

SITE SITE

Expected forms of the future : traditional plots are preserved.

Revealed forms of the present : plots are merged and destroyed.

Korean Traditional Patchwork

Geometry of the site

THE RESULT OF CITY DEVELOPMENT

Development consists of 2 Types. 1. Merge the plots and destroy urban tissue. 2. Preserve the plots and urban tissue.

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SITE EXPLANATION The site plan of Buk-chon shows you that this area’s each plot are smaller compared to newly developed area of other parts in Seoul. Each plot includes Korea’s traditional house (It is called Han-Ok) and a yard. When this each plot comes into whole area, then each side of a plot meets with each other and makes a big harmony that looks like Korea’s traditional patch work. In Korea’s patch work, small pieces of cloth gather together making a harmonious whole cloth, ‘ChoGakBo’. Since every piece of fabrics has its own bright colors and textures, it leads to success of the entire cloth in escaping dull-looking. Because the

beauty of this given site is similar to beauty of Korea’s patchwork and this historical, geographical or geometrical beauty should not be broken by new development, I concluded that this entire esthetic is necessary to be kept for the future. Especially, the size of each plot should continue after developments. The reason is that the size of the plot is the gist that gives passers comfortable feeling of human scale buildings. This is not possible in gigantic buildings of modern society. Some skyscrapers managed to create feeling of human scale by distinguishing their lower part of the edifice by means of decorations or split the face,

but specific encircle feeling of skyscrapers was not able to change. Of course, it is not kind of something that should be hidden. However, the small size-plot of this area is different from other place in Seoul, so I thought it should be kept. It was my 1st clue that I found from this specific feature of plot.

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A. 4. 03

DESIGN MOTIF EXPLANATION

CONTEXT, CONTOUR

2006.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

A. 4. 04

SITE EXPLANATION

CONTEXT, CONTOUR

need to keep the plot size?’ We can expect that this site would primarily be used as paths from the direction of Art Center Sunjae to narrow alleys of SamCheongDong. Ground area could take advantage of this characteristic site as a gate to pass from AnGuk station nearby InsaDong to Samchoeng Dong. You might think that keeping the plot size is only matter of on-plan. But the thing is that the plot size affects the path that people use. The smaller plot is, the easier contact with the road is possible. Narrow alley is one of the most specific characters of this historical area.

concept model

Many people passing these areas can not usually realize that we have such a distinctive plot – quilted, patch worked area. This is because these plots are very privately owned land, so people seldom have chances to look or walk inside. This leads people to walk along the block, not within the block and to think that what they see now is everything of this area. Under this circumstance, I intended to make the chance to feel geometrical continuity in this given area. This is necessary also, because this unique plot contributes to Seoul’s rich skyline. Since Seoul has considerably high mountains and wide rivers, Seoul’s skyline has ample heights as nature combines with skyscrapers. On top of that, traditionally small sized buildings which were built on the plots are harmonized with nature more than skyscrapers.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

DISTRICT OF KOREAN TRADITIONAL HOUSES

DESIGN CONCEPT What happens on the ground? And ‘Why

2006.

DESTROYED and MERGED PLOTS

THIS DIRECTION !! SAMCHEONG DONG

PRESERVED PLOTS

JOENG-DOK LIBRARY as REGISTERED CULTURAL PROPERTY. BUILT IN 1927, JO-SEON DYNASTY PERIOD UNDER JAPANESE RULE NORTH SIDE ACCESS ROAD : SILENT AND SEMI-PRIVATE

On this area’s narrow streets, people can enjoy fully the coziness and comfort of human scale houses. But the recent development of this area is done with ignorance of this fact. By merging several lots, new developed area gets bigger buildings. This is definitely an act of destruction in this zone. Since, plot continuity is demanded in this site for the reasons I mentioned above.

SITE

SUN-JAE ART GALLERY BUILT IN 1998 THIS DIRECTION !! BUILDING AREA 750sqm AN-GUK STATION & INSADONG TRADITIONAL STREET

LIBRARY RETAINING CONCRETE WALL, 13M HEIGHT

SOUTH SIDE ACCESS ROAD : FOR CARS AND PEDESTRIAN, PUBLIC

SITE CURRENT PROGRAM SITUATION

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ACCOMODATION FACILITY EDUCATION / CULTURAL

PUBLIC PARK

GALLERY

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A. 4. 05

DESIGN PROCESS AND CIRCULATION

CONTEXT, CONTOUR

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Since stiff retaining wall exists next to the site, remained mass is divided again to reduce sense of enclosure for pedestrians.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

North-South direction circulation flow is needed. Because of this necessity, mass on the ground is divided.

Gallery is buried under the ground due to the necessity of darkness for appreciation

Not-yet-characterized volume of residence, gallery, cafe

2006.

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House is located in rear which is bordered with a more private street. Entrance of the gallery is created in the form of pyramids to draw peopleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s attention. Cafe, house and the entrance of the gallery create a strong sense of balance through form and color.

The ground of site follows the neighborâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s plot geometry. But the appearance is not exactly same as adjacent area. It consists of stone, grass, bricks.

FLOW AROUND THE SITE

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A. 4. 06

STUDY MODELS

Program Arrangement, space distribution The project required me to put at least 3 programs in the given site. To be specific, bestowed programs are a gallery, a residence for a nuclear family and a cafe. At first, I thought that the gallery in this project should be attractive to passers in order to invite their eyes and feet to the gallery. To do so, the gallery has to be different from other galleries in Buk-chon. This area is known as a place where there

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CONTEXT, CONTOUR

2006.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

FINAL MODEL

are a lot of famous galleries, so I thought that the 3 dimensional space differentiation-strategy is essential for this project. Also, ordinary galleries require dark space that blocks sun light from interrupting visitors’ appreciation of exhibitions. Simultaneously, a café should draw the passers’ attention, too, for their sales. A large amount of floating population and a space for them, which are characterized as a public space, are demanded for both the gallery and café. But on the other hand, a residence requests me not to neglect the need for privacy in no way. As a result, I had to satisfy both demand

for publicity and privacy. Therefore, I made on-ground level area as totally public spaces and the private rooms of the house, including a living room, were moved up as to prevent passers from invading private space. Additionally, the basement was chosen by the whole gallery area which needs no sun-light.

But, this could create another problem that people couldn’t notice that there are a gallery under the ground. So I made a gallery lobby as a glass pyramid protruding toward the air, in order to draw passers’ attention, which can be easily seen on the streets. On top of that, as the most private program, the residence was located at the north side of the site where encountered the most quiet and secluded road among the access roads. The west side access road meets with the stiff retaining concrete wall of neighborhood Jung-Dock Library. This retaining wall is 17m tall. It creates significant sense of enclosure in this low-storied build-

ings prevalent area. Also, because of the insecure feeling of just precipice, if I designed some massive or linear buildings on this side of the site, then it would be likely to make another stronger sense of pressure which is created by two walls of both sides. This guessing leads me to split the mass again and make the west access road more likely to approach. A café is located at the South side of the road, where there are the largest number of passers compared to other roads of the site. These all the conditions let me to deal with the each building mass separately and make them as human scale and 2 or

3 storied buildings. It was cut out with the demand for protecting small size-plots of this area. In this way, I could meet the demand for privacy of residence, publicity for gallery and café, and requirement for following traditional geometrical patterns of the area.

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A. 4. 07

REQUIREMENT AND SOLUTIONS WITH SECTION

CONTEXT, CONTOUR

2006.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

REQUIREMENT

SOLUTIONS

0. GEOMETRICAL SENSE’S CONTINUITY

0. USING LANDSCAPE ELEMENTS

1. ENOUGH PUBLIC SPACE TO INTERACT

1. PUTTING DOWN WHOLE THE GALLERY AREA TO THE UNDERGROUND

2. DARK SPACE FOR EXHIBITION AREA

2. PROVIDE GROUND LEVEL AREA FOR THE PUBLIC

3. EASY ACCESS FOR PUBLIC PROGRAMS

3. MASS DISTRIBUTION ACCORDING TO ACCESS ROAD

4. PRIVACY OF A HOUSE

4. LIFT PRIVATE AREA

5. VISUAL ACCESSIBILITY FROM A DISTANCE

5. MARKED INDIVIDUAL MASSES’ CHARACTER

6. DIFFERENTIATED STRATEGY FROM OTHER GALLERIES

6. GALLERY AREA IS HIDDEN UNDER THE GROUND BUT PROTRUDING GLASS PYRAMID LOBBY

7. RESPONSE TO THE STIFF RETAINING WALL AT THE WEST SIDE NEIGHBORHOOD

DRAWS PASSER’S ATTENTION 7. SPLIT THE MASSES

Korean Traditional house.

House is bordered with the private street of North side. To keep its privacy, the bottom of the house is lifted.

Steep retaining wall

112 Logitudinal Section

The gallery is located underground to provide enough area on the ground and offer dark space for the gallery.

This Pyramid acts as an attention-getting objet and its material(glass) is contrated with house’s material(concrete).

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A. 4. 08

DESIGN ELABORATION

CONTEXT, CONTOUR

2006.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

WHY PLOT CONTINUITY? GROUNG LEVEL PLAN

1F PLAN

Using landscape elements, plot continuity can be kept.

Then, HOW? Standing Between Modern and Traditional, Give it a shot! NOT Self-Replication, BUT Environmental Variation!

114

IS IT SORT OF DEFORMATION?

Well, there could be more options that keep the continuity of the urban context. Especially, in this case, in order to prevent from destruction committed by all kind of development, architects have no choice but to design just exact traditional houses. However, constructing modernized buildings which use modern technology and materials like concrete, it can be another possible solution that gives citizen a feeling of keeping going with the past. It is not for imitation of the past. Rather, it is a respect for the track of existing buildings. And it is aimed for the coexistence of the present and the past. Despite, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m not insisting that this is the only solution that uses some landscape elements. But accepting only the orthodox is not the only solution either.

115


A. 4. 09

DESIGN ELABORATION 2

CONTEXT, CONTOUR

2006.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

Development consists of 3 Types. 1. Merge the plots and destroy urban tissue. 2. Preserve the plots and urban tissue. - Self Replication 3. Environmental Variation Classical typologies with contemporary innovations within the development will continue this tradition.

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A. x. xx

THE END OF ‘BOOK A’

DESIGN STUDIO PROJECTS

B. 0. 00

OPEN UP ‘BOOK B’

EXTRA WORKS

2005~2007

INDIVIDUAL / GROUP WORK NON-STUDIO / STUDIO WORK

BOOK

B <EXTRA PROJECTS>

WORKSHOP

SOLO WORKS

GROUP WORKS

1 Workshop with Gratz Univ. Students <‘Density’> 2 Extra solo Work <Built Forms> Gallery @ C.G. Stream 3 Working Experience : Gong-Joo University Construction Drawing

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119


B. 0. 00

INTRODUCTION

B. 1. 01

SITE

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP <DENSITY>

2006.

COLLABORATION WORK STUDIO WORK

EXTRA GROUP WORK - WORKSHOP WITH GRATZ UNIV. SS <DENSITY @ NAMDAEMOON, SEOUL>

WORKSHOP ‘DENSITY’ <complex at Namdaemoon>

1st project

GROUP Work, 2006, WORKSHOP PROJECT CONTRIBUTION : CONCEPT PROPOSAL, SPACE DEVELOPMENT, MODELING, ANALYZING

Namdaemoon, SEOUL, KOREA commercial complex

120

IN MY SECOND YEAR, I PARTICIPATED IN THE WORKSHOP WITH GRATZ UNIVERSITY IN AUSTRIA. THE GIVEN SITE, NAMDAEMOON IS VERY EXCITING PLACE WHERE THERE ARE MANY TRADITIONAL RETAIL SHOPS AND SIMULTANEOUSLY, MODERN HIGHRISE DEPARTMENT STORES. OUR PROPOSAL IS TO MAXIMIZE THE USE AND POTENTIALITY OF THE SITE BY CONTROLLING THE DENSITY.


B. 1. 02

SITE ANALYSIS

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP <DENSITY>

1.02.1. COMPOSITION OF MARKET DISTRICT

1.02.2. DENSITY OF PEOPLE WITH TIME

2006.

COLLABORATION WORK STUDIO WORK

1.02.3. SLOW AND STEADY EVOLUTION

1.02.4. UNIQUE SYSTEM : NAMDAEMUN AS A PROTOTYPE OF KOREAN TRADITIONAL MARKETPLACE

NEWCOMING CHANGES: The increasing number of Hypermarket threats traditional Namdaemun market. Since customers of Namdaemun market mostly consisted of retail dealers who buy the product from here, and sell it at another place. Retail dealers are now vanished as hypermarket grows bigger. 122

123


B. 1. 03

SITE ANALYSIS 2

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP <DENSITY>

1.04.1. STATISTICS ABOUT REAL ESTATE PRICE OF NAMDAEMUN AND NEARBY AREA

2006.

COLLABORATION WORK STUDIO WORK

1.04.3. FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF MARKET

1.04.2. REAL ESTATE PRICE OF NAMDAEMUN AS FLOORS

URBAN SCALE

SPACE USE NAMDAEMUN SCALE

124

125


B. 1. 04

EVOLUTION PROPOSAL

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP <DENSITY>

2006.

COLLABORATION WORK STUDIO WORK

PROGRAMS for market dealers, Merchants, Visitor(travelers) Existing Traveler’s Program ex) Gallery, Souvenir’s shop, Information center, Theater, Stage etc. Existing Supporting Program ex) office, Residence, Officetel(office+hotel), Porter’s lodge, Space for delivery Existing Dining Programs

126

EARLY MODEL

MAXIMIZE THE POSSIBILITY OF EXPANSION CONTINUOUS PLANE DIVERSE PROGRAMS

FINAL MODEL

127


B. 2. 00

INTRODUCTION

BUIILT FORM

< B U I L T FORMS>

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

2007.

B. 2. 01

ELEVATION AND PAVING PLAN

BUILT FORM

2007.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

FIRST FLOOR PAVING MATERIAL

GALLERY’S LOGO

GALLERY @ CHEONG-GAE STREAM

FLOOR PAVING PATTERN

2nd project

Individual Work, 2007, 3-1 studio JONG-RO, SEOUL, KOREA GALLERY

ELEVATION DRAWING

128

0 1M

5M

10M

+0.00M PLAN

0 1M

5M

10M 129


B. 2. 02

B. 2. 03

PLANS

+0.00M PLAN

SECTION AND CIRCULATION

BUILT FORM

2007.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

+4.00M PLAN

CIRCULATION - FLOW OF THE GALLERY

+8.00M PLAN

+6.00M PLAN PLANS

130

+11.00M PLAN

+18.00M PLAN 0 1M

5M

10M

SECTION OF MAJOR SPACE

0 1M

5M

10M 131


B. 2. 04

MODEL STUDY

BUILT FORM

2007.

INDIVIDUAL WORK STUDIO WORK

MASS STUDY

VOLUME STUDY

ENTRANCE STUDY

STUDY MODEL 5

STUDY MODEL 1

132

STUDY MODEL 3

STUDY MODEL 2

STUDY MODEL 4

133


C. 3. 2. 01 00 B.

INTRODUCTION

<Working Experience>

WORKING EXPERIENCE

2010.

ASSISTANT ARCHITECT

Class Room Zone

Bridge

Kong Ju University Construction Drawing

Faculty’s Room / Laboratory zone

Auditorium

SOUTH-EAST FRONT VIEW

3rd project

Class Room Zone

Faculty’s Room / Laboratory zone

Worked as an Assistant Architect Mar.2010 - Decem. 2010 Garam Architects and Associates In order to learn real architects’ world, I worked in Garam Architects and Associates where I could improve my drawing skills and many particular materials’ uses. This working experience was instrumental in teaching a great deal about the architecture business.

134

Students’ Rest Area

BIRD EYE PERSPECTIVE

135


B. 3. 02

PLAN

WORKING EXPERIENCE

2010.

ASSISTANT ARCHITECT


B. 3. 03

ELEVATION

WORKING EXPERIENCE

2010.

ASSISTANT ARCHITECT


B. x. xx

THE END OF ‘BOOK B’

EXTRA WORKS

C. 0. 00

OPEN UP ‘BOOK C’

SPACE VISUALIZATION

2008.

INDIVIDUAL WORK NON-STUDIO WORK

BOOK

C <SPACE VISUALIZATION> Anything which is not visualized by any medium is just nothing to me.

SPACE PATTERN WITH TIME FLOW

SPACE PATTERN WITH ELEMENTS

SPACE-CONSISTING FACTORS

1 Traditional House Actual Measurement 2 Hong-Ik Univ. Area Perspective Pattern Study 3 Architectural Presentation Technique1,2

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141


C. 1. 01

ROOF

KOREAN TRADITIONAL HOUSE ACTUAL MEASUREMENT

SPACE VISUALIZATION

2008.

INDIVIDUAL WORK NON-STUDIO WORK

PLAN

3 4 2 1

9

5

8

7

6

1 COURT YARD 2 CHILDREN’S ROOM 3 CHILDREN’S ROOM 4 STORAGE 5 MASTER BED ROOM 6 RESTROOM 7 KITCHEN AND LIVILNG ROOM 8 CHILDREN’S ROOM 9 RESTROOM


C. 1. 02

KOREAN TRADITIONAL HOUSE ACTUAL MEASUREMENT

SOUTH-WEST ELEVATION

WINDOW LATTICE DETAIL

SPACE VISUALIZATION

NORTH-WEST ELEVATION

2008.

INDIVIDUAL WORK NON-STUDIO WORK


INDIVIDUAL WORK NON-STUDIO WORK

CURVED LINE

BREAK OF DAY

STRAIGHT LINE

AFTERNOON

COMBINATION 1 OF CURVED LINE AND STRAIGHT LINE

SPLENDID NIGHT

COMBINATION 2 OF CURVED LINE AND STRAIGHT LINE

C. 2. 01

ARCHITECTURAL PRESENTATION TECHNIQUE 1

SPACE VISUALIZATION

2005.

IN THE DEAD OF NIGHT

<GANG-NAM STATION’S AIR ABSTRACT VISUALIZATION WITH TIME FLOW> COLOR KENT PAPER, SCISSOR, GLUE 0.45m * 0.3m DRAWN IN 2005 SEMESTER EXHIBITION

<AT THE PLAYGROUND, FINDING CURVED LINE AND STRAIGHT LINE IN DAILY LIFE> COLORED PENCIL, CRAYON ON KENT PAPER 0.45m * 0.3m DRAWN IN 2005 SEMESTER EXHIBITION


INDIVIDUAL WORK NON-STUDIO WORK

1910’

SUNNY AFTERNOON

1920’

EVENING

1930’

SPLENDID NIGHT

1940’

F. 1. 00 C. 2. 02

ARCHITECTURAL PRESENTATION TECHNIQUE 2

SPACE VISUALIZATION

2005.

DAWN

<GANG-NAM STATION’S REPRESENTATIONAL VISUALIZATION WITH TIME FLOW> WATERCOLOR ON KENT PAPER 0.45m * 0.3m DRAWN IN 2005 SEMESTER EXHIBITION

<FORMATION PROCESS OF URBAN TISSUE IN BUK-CHON TRADITIONAL VILLAGE> PEN DRAWING ON KENT PAPER 0.45m * 0.3m DRAWN IN 2005 ANNUAL EXHIBITION


C. x. xx

THE END OF ‘BOOK C’

SPACE VISUALIZATION

D. 0. 00

OPEN UP ‘BOOK D’

EPILOGUE

2010.

INDIVIDUAL WORK NON-STUDIO WORK

BOOK

D “epilogue”

CURRICULAR ACTIVITY HISTORY

EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITY

1 2 3 4

150

WHAT I’M INTERESTED IN

DRAWINGS PHOTOS EDUCATION CHRONICLE PROFILE

151


INDIVIDUAL WORK NON-STUDIO WORK

2001. EPILOGUE

KOREAN TRADITIONAL INK-WASH PAINTING ON RICE PAPER D. 1. 01

KOREAN INK-WASH PAINTING ON RICE PAPER 1.5m * 1.0m DRAWN IN 2002 (IN HIGHSCHOOL DAYS) ANNUAL EXHIBITION FOR CLUB ACTIVITY


INDIVIDUAL WORK NON-STUDIO WORK

2006. EPILOGUE

PENCIL NUDE DRAWING D. 1. 02

PENCIL NUDE DRAWING ON KENT PAPER 0.6m * 0.85m DRAWN IN 2005 SEMESTER EXHIBITION FOR PENCIL DRAWING COURSES


INDIVIDUAL WORK NON-STUDIO WORK

2006. EPLIOGUE

WATERCOLOR / PASTEL DRAWING D. 1. 03

UP : PASTEL AND WATERCOLOR ON KENT PAPER 0.3m * 0.45m DRAWN IN 2006 RIGHT : PASTEL DRAWING ON KENT PAPER 0.45m * 0.6m DRAWN IN 2006


INDIVIDUAL WORK NON-STUDIO WORK

2006. EPILOGUE

D. 1. 04

COLLAGE

WATER COLOR, CRAYON, COLLAGE 0.5m * 0.34m DRAWN IN 2006

COLLAGE, WATERCOLOR 0.45m * 0.3m DRAWN IN 2006


D. 2. 01

PHOTO ESSAY

P H O T O E S S A Y

Chronicle

EPILOGUE

1985.3-2010.11.

INDIVIDUAL WORK NON-STUDIO WORK

Introduce This Book is a record which briefly contains my personal experiences through my whole life, but especially my university period. Curricular courses, extra-curricular Programs and various club activity have broaden my perspectives about architecture, Urban environment and Human.

Documenting / Record

Personal History ↑ 2008 At Beijing With USC students

I was just a girl who was very curious and liked drawing so much.

2009 Graduation Exhibition

International Workshop with USC, Columbia Univ. students <Beijing>

↑ With friends who supported model making and gave spiritual comfort. ↓ Workplace

CLUB ACTIVITY

↑ SnowBoard Camp Instructor

↑ 2005 Making Cube with woods.

↑ → 2006 Participated in SNU Summer MasterClass International Workshop <density> with Gratz Univ. Student

→ 2007 Studied about Architectural Materials → → 2008 with Friends who worked for Eun-Pyeong Compex, 4-2 studio.

↓ 2010. 2. Finished all Regular Education Course

→ 2005 Entered SNU Started to study about Architecture. ↓ 2007,2008 CLUB ACTIVITY Participated in Amateur Orchestra as a part of 1st Clarinet.

2009 Graduation Exhibition ← Presentation ↑ With my parents at exhibition

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D. 3. 01

EDUCATION CHRONICLE

DESIGN-RELATED WORKS OF UNDERGRADUATE SCHOOL PERIOD

EPILOGUE

LONG TERM WORKS OTHER PRACTICE CLASS

~2010.

INDIVIDUALLY ORGANIZED STUDIO / NON-STUDIO WORKS

SITE RESEARCH 2 : HONG-IK UNIVERSITY AREA SITE RESEARCH 3 : BUK-CHON TRADITIONAL HOUSES PRESERVATION DISTRICT * DESIGN POCKET SPACES IN HONG-IK UNIVERSITY AREA BUILDING STRUCTURE - TRUSS STRUCTURE THAT CAN BEAR MORE WEIGHT *

2009 STUDIO 5-1. LONG TERM WORK BUILDING SYSTEM STUDIO 5-2. LONG TERM WORK

URBAN REGENERATING PARK <ANCIENT FUTURES> * 4-2 STUDIO DESIGNED BUILDING SYSTEM DEVELOPING * ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT BUILDING ANNEX DESIGN DETAILED PLAN, SECTION, ELEVATION

2008 STUDIO 4-1. SHORT TERM WORKS LONG TERM WORKS KOREAN TRADITIONAL ARCHITECTURE

HONGIK UNIV. AREA PERSPECTIVE PATTERN STUDY * PLAZA @ HONG-IK UNIVERSITY AREA *

SPACE SURVEY <YONGSAN AREA RESEARCH IN TERMS OF DEMOGRAPHICS> ACTUAL MEASUREMENT OF TRADITIONAL HOUSE * WORKSHOP WITH ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT STUDENTS OF UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA <AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN BEIJING> STUDIO 4-2. LONG TERM WORK COMMERCIAL COMPLEX REDEVELOPMENT @ EUN-PYOUNG NEWTOWN * ENVIRONMENTAL-FRIENDLY ARCHITECTURE STUDY STUDY ABOUT CONTROVERSIAL GLOBAL WARMING ECO-FRIENDLY CAMPUS DESIGN @ SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY

2007 STUDIO 3-1. LONG TERM WORKS MATERIAL STUDY

STUDIO 3-2. LONG TERM WORKS

ART GALLERY @ CHEONG-GAE STREAM, SEOUL * 1-WOOD * 2-GLASS * 3-CONCRETE * 4-SECTION STUDY * ELEMENTARY SCHOOL @ HAK-DONG, SEOUL COLLECTIVE HOUSING @ HAK-DONG, SEOUL

2006 STUDIO 2-1. LONG TERM WORKS

GUEST HOUSE NEXT TO SHODHAN HOUSE BY LE CORBUSIER HOUSE FOR 2 ARTISTS WORKSHOP WITH GRATZ UNIVERSITY AT AUSTRIA <DENSITY, NAMDAEMOON AREA> * STUDIO 2-2. LONG TERM WORKS GALLERY IN BUK-CHON TRADITIONAL HOUSES DISTRICT * NGO IN SHIN-SA DONG, SEOUL, KOREA

2005 STUDIO 1-1. SHORT TERM WORKS LONG TERM WORKS OTHER PRACTICE CLASS STUDIO 1-2. SHORT TERM WORKS

GASTON BACHELARD < La Poesie de l’Espace>, READ, ANALYZE AND EXPRESS WITH ARCHITECTURAL VOCABULARY DEVICE THAT ENABLES PEOPLE TO SEE NATURE SELECTIVELY SPACE MAKING WITH 1.8*1.8*1.8(m) CUBE, TEAM WORK * FIND EMPTY SPACE IN DAILY LIFE AND MATERIALIZE THEM INTO THE SPECIFIC BUILDING ARCHITECTURAL PRESENTATION TECHNIQUE * SITE RESEARCH : YONG-SAN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS DISTRICT

* means that it is included in this portfolio. 162

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D. 4. 01

PROFILE

EPILOGUE

1985.3-2010.11.

INDIVIDUAL WORK NON-STUDIO WORK

YOO JIN JANG

1985 Born in SEOUL, KOREA 2004 SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY(SNU) 2010 Graduated From DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN AT SNU

<EMPLOYMENT> Mar. 2010 - PRESENT, GARAM Architects Design Group Worked In Assistant Architect, Architectural Studio 1 FEB. 2008 - MAR. 2008, INTERNSHIP @ SAMOO ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS Worked In Architectural Studio Part 2 Worked For <DONG-DAE MOON Design Plaza Of Zaha Hadid

<AWARDS AND HONORS> Mar. 2004 - Feb. 2009, FULL Scholarship DURING 10 SEMESTERS Oct. 2002, A special prize : Environmental-friendly Elementary School Design Competition for High School Students

<WORKSHOP> SEP, 2006. SNU Summer Masterclass WORKSHOP <DENSITY> With GRATZ Univ @ Austria 2008. SEP, 2008. BEIJING WORKSHOP (Participated With USC, COLUMBIA UNIV, Coordinator Prof. Du-Nam Choi)

<EXHIBITIONS>

WHAT WILL BE THE NEXT ?

Department of Architecture Graduation Exhibition Sep. 2009 Title : Ancient Future * (* means that is included in Portfolio) Department of Architecture Project Exhibitions Mar. 2009 Title : Eun-Pyoung Gu Redevelopment * Sep. 2008 Title : Hong-Ik Univ. Plaza * Mar. 2008 Title : Cheong-Gae Stream Gallery * Sep. 2007 Title : Elementary School Design Mar. 2007 Mar. 2007 Title : Buk-Chon Gallery * Sep. 2006 Title : Guest House Sep. 2005 Title : Pocket Place Design Club Artmania Exhibition Sep. 2007 Pastel Drawings Korean Traditional Ink-and-wash Painting Exhibition Sep. 2002 Title : Tae-Baek Mountain Range

<STUDENT ACTIVITIES> Sep.2009 – present, The Representative of Graduated Students (Reelected), Department Of Architecture, SNU Mar. 2007 – Jun. 2007, The Representative of the Second Year Students, Department Of Architecture, SNU

<EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITY> 2006. 2006. 2007. 2007. 2008. 2008.

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SNU SNOWBOARD CAMP 5th INSTRUCTOR NUDE PENCIL DRAWING PARTICIPATION AMATEUR ORCHESTRA SNUPO 31th CONCERT PARTICIPATION (1st CLARINET) SNU SNOWBOARD CAMP 6th INSTRUCTOR SNU SNOWBOARD CAMP 7th INSTRUCTOR AMATEUR ORCHESTRA SNUPO 34th CONCERT PARTICIPATION (1st CLARINET)

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CREDITS

CRITIC : PETER FERRETTO, JI SEOK PARK, JUHO MOON, SEONG YEOL CHOI GROUP WORKS CONTRIBUTORS DESIGN STUDIO PROJECT <ECON> COMPLEX AT EUNPYONG REDEVELOPMENT AREA ; SAE HO KI, JI YOUNG IM MATERIALS : SU HYUN KIM WORKSHOP : MIN HWAN PARK, JI SEOK PARK, JUN HWA LEE MENTALLY ADVISOR : IN WOONG WHANG

DEDICATED TO MY PARENTS

SPACE RECOLLECTION

PORTFOLIO MADE BY YOO JIN JANG DECEMBER, 2010 PUBLISHED IN KOREA ON DECEMBER 20, 2010 CONCEPT, PRODUCTION, EDITING, PRINTING: YOO JIN JANG E-MAIL: jinihya00@nate.com TEL : +82 31 711 9301 CELL : +82 10 4359 9301 110-601, SU-NAE 1 DONG, BUNDANG GU,GYEONGGI PROVINCE,KOREA


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