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YOONHO LEE PORTFOLIO

2012


BOX ANATOMY ARCHITECTURAL REPRESENTATION, FALL 2010


001 77 Core Research+Parking Atrium

003 Nansha Coastal Garden Hotel

HYDROLOGY NETWORK

002 Bloomingdale Trail Dream

Lee_Sharpe_Telian

004 Manchester United Showroom 005 Tetrahedron Building Up

007 The Lighting Web

006 Elmer’s Precision Glue

TABLE OF CONTENTS


Non-Place, Junkspace and Architecture Today’s architecture, particularly the architecture based on the economic rules, is tend to lose their national or regional characteristics. To reduce the cost of design or to reduce the construction time, these buildings can be interpreted as one part of supermodern architecture as Marc Auge argues in his essay, From Places to Non-Place. The supermodernisim architecture has changed places to non-places as Auge mentioned. As he points out, highways, airports and big supermarkets are one of the magnificent examples. Textual information is the only thing which leads people to their destination, and without those signs every highway in the world would be same places. Moreover, with very similar plans and layouts all of the big supermarkets became same places regardless their different location. However, people tend to attach emotionally to some of those non-places. They try to find emotional security or stability within the non-places, and start to attach to those place emotionally. For example, people feel some sort of spatial differences in a certain supermarket if it is not the one they used to go. Or, some people tend to go their “familiar” supermarket though the same other store opened in closer distance to their home. This may be explained by people’s emotional attachment or emotional familiar to the space where they have memories. They feel more familiar or more comfortable in the spaces where they have memories. Though supermodern architecture has erased the regional or national characteristics, people have found their own way to distinguish within the supermodern architecture. Different from the Auge’s argument about the non-place, Rem Koolhaas focuses on the negative non-places using a term of “Junkspace.” As he argues throughout the essay, junkspaces have erased architectural form and its materials, and this is the reason why he sees these spaces as junkspaces. Similar to the non-place of Auge, junkspace is also created by the economy-based architecture, the technological development and the globalization. However, these social and technological changes necessarily have brought architectural changes and some of them are quite negative ones. In terms of space and spatial experiences, I believe that these changes are not negative as I argued in the previous response to Auge’s essay. However, in terms of architectural design efforts and its materialization, I also agree with Koolhaas’s argument. There is no form or materials in large box shaped and storage typed buildings. There are only stores, markets, products, brands and advertisements. Then, as future architects, what can we realize or learn from the junkspaces? I believe that Koolhaas is not just introducing juckspaces as negative spaces in contemporary urban context; rather he is trying to people to realize its issues and possibilities of development. If those junkspaces are necessarily created by current economic conditions and globalization, architects and their architectural design should be ready for those spaces. In other words, architects should consider the technological invasion to architecture, and could engage that “juckness “ with their design. If technological media covers architectural forms as advertisement devices, architectural design should correspond to them. I believe the contemporary juckspace will suggest the way toward the next phase of architectural design in this supermodernism.

SAN FRANCISCO by YOONHO LEE


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77 CORE RESEACH+PARKING ATRIUM flavor-taste research institute design project ARCH STUDIO, FALL 2010, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, INSTRUCTOR : JASON YOUNG


77 INNOVATIVE CORES form a flavor-taste research institute that enhances the possibilities for creative work. Inspired by the fact that a number of great innovations and discoveries actually happened simply by “coincidence,” this project offers 77 entrances into the interior of the building to maximize the possibilities for creative research. This project suggests new relationship between parking spaces and programs to maximize the possibility of coincident meeting between occupants of the program. This is the starting point of an experience of coincident meeting. The site is at Dundee, MI, adjacent to US-23 highway. It is currently not occupied and not used, however Cabela’s, a large hunting retail store, is located next to the site, accounting Michigan’s top tourist attraction with more than 6 million visitors annually. The project calculates 77 parking, 77 cores and 6 million people for infinite possible innovations!


77 INNOVATIVE CORES form a flavor-taste research institute that enhances the possibilities for creative work. Inspired by the fact that a number of great innovations and discoveries actually happened simply by “coincidence,” this project offers 77 entrances into the interior of the building to maximize the possibilities for creative research. This project suggests new relationship between parking spaces and programs to maximize the possibility of coincident meeting between occupants of the program. This is the starting point of an experience of coincident meeting. The site is at Dundee, MI, adjacent to US-23 highway. It is currently not occupied and not used, however Cabela’s, a large hunting retail store, is located next to the site, accounting Michigan’s top tourist attraction with more than 6 million visitors annually. The project calculates 77 parking, 77 cores and 6 million people for infinite possible innovations!

Research Lab

Driveway


N-S SECTION

Massing Development

Vertical Circulation


Sectional Model - 3D Printed + Hand Crafted


Roof Structure

77 Cores

research lab

research lab

innovative core below

restroom

77 Parking Spot office service station

perfumary institute & testing lab below

perfumary institute

cafe & lounge

testing lab

Circulation offices

open to below

offices below

N botanic greenhouse office

office service

cafe

Parking Structure + Program

testing lab/ perfumary institute

innovative core

library laboratory meeting

laboratory

Ground Level Plan

Parking Level Plan

restroom


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BLOOMINGDALE TRAIL DREAM Chicago Public Library project as redeveloping abandoned Bloomingdale Trail ARCH STUDIO, WINTER 2010, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, INSTRUCTOR : JOSH BARD

Since 1872, the Bloomingdale Trail had served a manufacturing district across the Northwest Side of Chicago. Initially, the track is laid at street level. However, as the city grew more congested, a viable way was needed for trains to co-exist with other traffic and it was elevated to current height. By the early 1990s, only one train per week passes through, at no more than 8 miles per hour. A few years later, freight service ceases completely. The site is located in residential and commercial area in the Northwest side of Chicago, where the Bloomingdale Trail and the current CTA Blue line crosses. The site is located right next to the Bloomingdale Trail where it meets the CTA blue line. This project suggests a gathering space as a bridge of public and local residents connecting streets and elevated Bloomingdale Trail. The project functions as a public library and extended park from the Trail at the same time to revitalizing the abandoned trail and to provide public gathering space.


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phase2

phase3

Concept Sketch


phase4

phase5

The library connects the bloomingdale trail and the ground park both internally and externally. The upper level is angled up towards Chicago’s downtown direction creating a a view point. The entrance atrium


Section Model


Book Return Drive Through & Loading

Administarion Office & Support Open to below

Service

Music & Digital

Service

Meeting

Open to below

Youth Stack Computing

Study rooms Reading Auditorium

Reading UP

Information & Check out

Adults Stack

Book Store & Reading

Open to below

Exhibition

Cafe Reading & Exhibition area below

N GROUND FLOOR PLAN

SCALE : 1’’ = 20’ 00’’

+15’ PLAN

+25’ PLAN +25’ FLOOR PLAN

SCALE : 1’’ = 20’ 00’’

+35’ PLAN +35’ FLOOR PLAN

SCALE : 1’’ = 20’ 00’’


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NANSHA COASTAL GARDEN HOTEL 5-stars hotel design project in Guangzhou, China ARCH STUDIO, FALL 2011, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, INSTRUCTOR : LARS GRABNER CLIENT : KEYMASTER INTERNATIONAL, CHINA Lars grabner(Instructor & director), Yoonho Lee, Douglas Sharpe, Benjamin Talian

Accomodation Tower

Distributed Program Along Ground

Massing Diagram Section - Building Up Program into Accomodation Tower

Massing Diagram Plan Three “Arms” extend from Accommodation Tower.

Constructed Green Path System of networked paths runs through hotel site.

Two Systems Green paths break up hotel volumes and provide circulation around hotel spaces.


We began this project with an interest in the vast hydrology and river networks of the PEARL RIVER DELTA. The connections between all the bodies of water are very evident in the image to the left. The project’s urban scheme and development takes its cue from the idea of interconnectedness. Also evident in this image and in the client’s description of the project site’s location is its relative location to several other major urban centers. The site is therefore thought to be a hub for the mega-opolis of the Pearl River Delta region. The site is conceptually an integral part in the network of different systems that move in and out of the Nansha region. THE HOTEL should have a prominent view of the Jiaomen River, have a line of sight with the government building across the water, be a prominent entity at the street level and be at the highest elevation of the site. All of those parameters lead to the consensus that the hotel should be located at the northwestern corner of the site. One final key strategy for the hotel at that location is for easy access from all approaching directions, whether if that is by automobiles, cyclists, or pedestrians who are arriving from the train station or nearby parks – the northwestern corner is simply the most ideal and logical location. One last advantage that this location offers is that the hotel becomes a visible icon to anyone approaching the northwestern corner, including the travelers onboard the elevated train adjacent to the site. THE FAÇADE OF THE BUILDING was an important element that deserved a lot of attention. The climate in Guangzhou has high temperatures and large amounts of annual sunlight, and that means we would need to protect the building from heat gain and reduce the amount of direct sunlight that would penetrate the building. The façade system will protect the building along the east, west and especially on the southern side where sunlight is the most prevalent. The system is described as having a second skin of glazing, which will reflect some sunlight and create a buffer between the outer skin and main building glazing. In that buffer zone, air will circulate from the bottom and be released at the top – this is a method called the “chimney effect”. Additionally, the south facade is angled to be closer to parallel with the solar angle at Summer solstice. This reduces the angle of incident and therefore the direct sunlight that hits the facade.


Government Building

GUANGZHOU

Existing River Park NANSHA DISTRICT SITE

SHENZHEN

New Park HONG KONG High-density Residential

High-density Residential

High-density Residential

MACAU

High-density Residential

High-density Residential

HYDROLOGY NETWORK

Green Circulation PARK NETWORK

Lee_Sharpe_Telian

Green Connection Lee_Sharpe_Telian

COMMUNITY NETWORK

PEARL RIVER DELTA

Lee_Sharpe_Telian

COMMUNITY NETWORK Water Network Strategy

Water Network around the Site

Water Network of the Delta River Lee_Sharpe_Telian

Luxury Suite Accomodation

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100

200m

Accomodation Bar + Special Restaurant Admin Office Elevated Rail

Waiting Conference

Main Entrance Jiaoqian Road

Jiaomen River

SECTION A

Underground Parking

Lounge

Green Path

Swimming Pool

Roof Garden Theater

Reception Kitchen

Spa Lundary + Service Other Services + Mechanical

Staff Resting + Cafe

Outdoor

Hot Tub Roof Garden

Tennis Court Gym + Sports

Facility

Lee_Sharpe_Telian


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Site Master Plan The decision for the placement of the hotel was based on several recommendations made by the developer, as well as some of our own placement strategies. The hotel should have a prominent view of the Jiaomen River, have a line of sight with the government building across the water, be a prominent entity at the street level and be at the highest elevation of the site. All of those parameters lead to the consensus that the hotel should be located at the northwestern corner of the site. One final key strategy for the hotel at that location is for easy access from all approaching directions, whether if that is by automobiles, cyclists, or pedestrians who are arriving from the train station or nearby parks – the northwestern corner is simply the most ideal and logical location. One last advantage that this location offers is that the hotel becomes a visible icon to anyone approaching the northwestern corner, including the travelers onboard the elevated train adjacent to the site.


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50

100m

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Ground Floor Plan

Second Floor

50

10

100m

Third Floor

50

100m


The façade of the building was an important element that deserved a lot of attention. The climate in Guangzhou has high temperatures and large amounts of annual sunlight, and that means we would need to protect the building from heat gain and reduce the amount of direct sunlight that would penetrate the building. The façade system will protect the building along the east, west and especially on the southern side where sunlight is the most prevalent. The system is described as having a second skin of glazing, which will reflect some sunlight and create a buffer between the outer skin and main building glazing. In that buffer zone, air will circulate from the bottom and be released at the top – this is a method called the “chimney effect”. The façade also includes a metal mesh that exists between the two glazing systems. The reason for this material is to diffuse direct sunlight that would enter into the building. The benefits of having the mesh are to reduce the amount of visible glare within the interior, while also reducing the amount of heat-gain that would normally occur on surfaces such as floors and walls. Additionally, the south facade is angled to be closer to parallel with the solar angle at Summer solstice. This reduces the angle of incident and therefore the direct sunlight that hits the facade.

Green Path

Stormwater Management

View of the Plaza

2ND FLOOR LEVEL

+80

SPECIALTY RESTAURANT

+73.4_LUXURY SUITES

ACCOMMODATION ROOMS

GUEST BUSINESS SUITES

ACCOMMODATION ROOMS

BAR HOTEL ADMIN

+19.8_ACCOMODATION

+13.2_RETAURANT, BAR, BUSINESS

+6.6_CONF. FOYER, WAITING, AMANITY

G.L._ENT., BANQUET, SHOPS, AMANITY -3.3_SERVICE, KITCHEN

5th Floor

6th Floor

7th Floor

14th Floor

Passive Cooling Diagram


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MANCHESTER UNITED SHOWROOM + OFFICE showroom+marketing office design competition - winning project OFFICE DESIGN COMPETITION, 2011, GENSLER D.C., Mariela Buendia-Corrochano (design director), Hansoo Kim, Robert Black, Myung Jung, Yoonho Lee


Manchester United Showroom


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Main Entrance Reception + Showroom Executive Board Room Breakout Area Lounge Workstations Pantry/Catering + Copy Area Office (150 sf) Storage Executive Assistant Executive Office (600 sf) Bathroom T3 telepresence Room Executive Conference Room IT Room Executive Suite Entrance

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Showroom + Board Room Work Space Executive Suite


1 2 3

Main Entrance Executive Board Room Workstations

This project is a winning office design competition for the Manchester United U.S. branch in Chevy Chase, Maryland. The main purpose for the office is supporting marketing business of Manchester United in the U.S. and its communication with the main office in the U.K. As the one of the most popular soccer team in the world with its vibrant history, Manchester United estalishes strong sportsmanship and consistent team leadership. And based on thorough researches about the team and its legacy, a shape of traditional soccer ball was choosen as a main concept. The geometries of a soccer ball, pentagon and hexagon, translate to what is unique about Manchester United - vibrant history, robust teamwork, sportsmanship and strong market position. The feature wall of the showroom, developed in the Rhino and Grasshopper, is one of this design translation of the concept. The reception and the showroom, particularly, was one of the important space for spectacular first impression of the client’s visitors and guests.


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GROWING TETRAHEDRON Parametric pavilion design project DESIGN COMPUTING, FALL 2010, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, INSTRUCTOR : GLENN WILCOX

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Option Explicit ‘Scripted by Yoonho Lee for the objects inside of tertrahedron ‘Script version 2 Sunday, December 12, 2010 Call Main() Sub Main() Dim arrPts(3) Dim arrTopPt Dim arrSrfs(4),arrobjectsrfedge(12),arrobjectsrfs(12) Dim arrObj Dim arrmidlines(12), arrobjectlines(12), arrobjectcrv(12), arrcenterlines(4) Dim arrmidpt(6), arrcenterpt(4), arrguidemidpt(12), arrobjectpoints(12) Dim arrmidptonsrf(12) Dim arrlineA, arrlineB, arrlineC, arrlineD, arrlineE, arrlineF, arrlineG, arrlineH, arrlineI, arrlineJ Dim tetrahedronsrf, centerlines, midlines, midpoints, centerpoint, objectsurfaces, joinedobject Dim kmax, imax, jmax, lmax Dim k : k = 0 Dim i : i = 0 Dim j : j = 0 Dim l : l = 0 arrPts(0) = Rhino.GetPoint(“first point”) arrPts(1) = Rhino.GetPoint(“second point”) arrPts(2) = Rhino.GetPoint(“third point”) arrTopPt = Rhino.GetPoint(“select top point”) arrSrfs(0) = Rhino.AddSrfPt(array(arrPts(0), arrPts(1), arrPts(2), arrPts(0))) arrSrfs(1) = Rhino.AddSrfPt(array(arrPts(0), arrPts(1), arrTopPt, arrPts(0))) arrSrfs(2) = Rhino.AddSrfPt(array(arrPts(1), arrPts(2), arrTopPt, arrPts(1))) arrSrfs(3) = Rhino.AddSrfPt(array(arrPts(2), arrPts(0), arrTopPt, arrPts(2))) arrmidpt(0) = midptloaded(arrpts(0), arrpts(1), 1,1) arrmidpt(1) = midptloaded(arrpts(1), arrpts(2), 1,1) arrmidpt(2) = midptloaded(arrpts(2), arrpts(0), 1,1) arrmidpt(3) = midptloaded(arrtoppt, arrpts(0), 1,1) arrmidpt(4) = midptloaded(arrtoppt, arrpts(1), 1,1) arrmidpt(5) = midptloaded(arrtoppt, arrpts(2), 1,1) ‘ addlines arrmidlines(0) = rhino.AddLine(arrmidpt(0),arrpts(2)) arrmidlines(1) = rhino.addline(arrmidpt(1),arrpts(0)) arrmidlines(2) = rhino.addline(arrmidpt(2),arrpts(1)) arrmidlines(3) = rhino.addline(arrmidpt(3),arrpts(2)) arrmidlines(4) = rhino.AddLine(arrmidpt(3),arrpts(1)) arrmidlines(5) = rhino.addline(arrmidpt(4),arrpts(0)) arrmidlines(6) = rhino.addline(arrmidpt(4),arrpts(2)) arrmidlines(7) = rhino.AddLine(arrmidpt(5),arrpts(0)) arrmidlines(8) = rhino.addline(arrmidpt(5),arrpts(1)) arrmidlines(9) = rhino.addline(arrmidpt(0),arrtoppt) arrmidlines(10) = rhino.addline(arrmidpt(1),arrtoppt) arrmidlines(11) = rhino.AddLine(arrmidpt(2),arrtoppt) midlines = array(arrmidlines(0), arrmidlines(1), arrmidlines(2), arrmidlines(3), arrmidlines(4), arrmidlines(5), arrmidlines(6), arrmidlines(7), arrmidlines(8), arrmidlines(9), arrmidlines(10), arrmidlines(11)) If Not isnull(midlines) Then rhino.ObjectLayer midlines, “guidelines1” End If ‘ midpoint on surfaces arrmidptonsrf(0) = midptloaded(arrmidpt(0), arrpts(2),1,1) arrmidptonsrf(1) = midptloaded(arrmidpt(1), arrpts(0),1,1) arrmidptonsrf(2) = midptloaded(arrmidpt(2),arrpts(1),1,1) arrmidptonsrf(3) = midptloaded(arrmidpt(3),arrpts(2),1,1) arrmidptonsrf(4) = midptloaded(arrmidpt(3),arrpts(1),1,1) arrmidptonsrf(5) = midptloaded(arrmidpt(4),arrpts(0),1,1) arrmidptonsrf(6) = midptloaded(arrmidpt(4),arrpts(2),1,1) arrmidptonsrf(7) = midptloaded(arrmidpt(5),arrpts(0),1,1) arrmidptonsrf(8) = midptloaded(arrmidpt(5),arrpts(1),1,1) arrmidptonsrf(9) = midptloaded(arrmidpt(0),arrtoppt,1,1) arrmidptonsrf(10) = midptloaded(arrmidpt(1),arrtoppt,1,1) arrmidptonsrf(11) = midptloaded(arrmidpt(2),arrtoppt,1,1) kmax = 11 For k = 0 To kmax Next

Call rhino.addpoint(arrmidptonsrf(k))

‘ objectlines arrobjectlines(0) = rhino.addline(arrmidptonsrf(0),arrmidptonsrf(1)) arrobjectlines(1) = rhino.addline(arrmidptonsrf(1),arrmidptonsrf(2)) arrobjectlines(2) = rhino.addline(arrmidptonsrf(2),arrmidptonsrf(0)) arrobjectlines(3) = rhino.addline(arrmidptonsrf(3),arrmidptonsrf(7)) arrobjectlines(4) = rhino.addline(arrmidptonsrf(7),arrmidptonsrf(11)) arrobjectlines(5) = rhino.addline(arrmidptonsrf(11),arrmidptonsrf(3)) arrobjectlines(6) = rhino.addline(arrmidptonsrf(4),arrmidptonsrf(5)) arrobjectlines(7) = rhino.addline(arrmidptonsrf(5),arrmidptonsrf(9))

arrobjectlines(8) = rhino.addline(arrmidptonsrf(9),arrmidptonsrf(4)) arrobjectlines(9) = rhino.addline(arrmidptonsrf(6),arrmidptonsrf(8)) arrobjectlines(10) = rhino.addline(arrmidptonsrf(8),arrmidptonsrf(10)) arrobjectlines(11) = rhino.addline(arrmidptonsrf(10),arrmidptonsrf(6)) ‘ change layer of tetrahedron tetrahedronsrf = array(arrsrfs(0),arrsrfs(1),arrsrfs(2),arrsrfs(3)) If Not isnull(tetrahedronsrf) Then rhino.objectlayer tetrahedronsrf, “tetrahedron” End If ‘ join surfaces of tetraheron Call rhino.unselectAllObjects() Call rhino.SelectObject(arrSrfs(0)) Call rhino.SelectObject(arrSrfs(1)) Call rhino.SelectObject(arrSrfs(2)) Call rhino.SelectObject(arrSrfs(3)) Call Rhino.Command(“_join _enter”) Call rhino.unselectAllObjects() ‘ center point of the area of each surface arrlineA = array(arrmidpt(0),arrpts(2)) arrlineB = array(arrmidpt(1),arrpts(0)) arrcenterpt(0) = rhino.LineLineIntersection(arrlineA, arrlineB) arrlineC = array(arrmidpt(2),arrtoppt) arrlineD = array(arrmidpt(3),arrpts(2)) arrcenterpt(1) = rhino.LineLineIntersection(arrlineC, arrlineD) arrlineE = array(arrmidpt(0),arrtoppt) arrlineF = array(arrmidpt(3),arrpts(1)) arrcenterpt(2) = rhino.LineLineIntersection(arrlineE, arrlineF) arrlineG = array(arrmidpt(1),arrtoppt) arrlineH = array(arrmidpt(5),arrpts(1)) arrcenterpt(3) = rhino.LineLineIntersection(arrlineG, arrlineH) imax = 3 For i=0 To imax If isarray(arrcenterpt(i)) Then rhino.AddPoint arrcenterpt(i) End If Next ‘ add lines for the center of the tetrahedron arrcenterlines(0) = rhino.AddLine(arrtoppt, arrcenterpt(0)) arrcenterlines(1) = rhino.AddLine(arrcenterpt(1), arrpts(1)) arrcenterlines(2) = rhino.addline(arrcenterpt(2), arrpts(2)) arrcenterlines(3) = rhino.addline(arrcenterpt(3), arrpts(0)) centerlines = array(arrcenterlines(0), arrcenterlines(1), arrcenterlines(2), arrcenterlines(3)) If Not isnull(centerlines) Then rhino.ObjectLayer centerlines, “guidelines2” End If ‘ center point of the tetrahedron arrlineI = array(arrtoppt, arrcenterpt(0)) arrlineJ = array(arrcenterpt(1), arrpts(1)) centerpoint = rhino.LineLineIntersection(arrlineI, arrlineJ) If isarray(centerpoint) Then rhino.AddPoint centerpoint End If ‘objectcurves arrobjectpoints(0) = array(arrmidptonsrf(11), centerpoint, arrmidptonsrf(9)) arrobjectpoints(1) = array(arrmidptonsrf(9), centerpoint, arrmidptonsrf(10)) arrobjectpoints(2) = array(arrmidptonsrf(10), centerpoint, arrmidptonsrf(11)) arrobjectpoints(3) = array(arrmidptonsrf(7), centerpoint, arrmidptonsrf(5)) arrobjectpoints(4) = array(arrmidptonsrf(5), centerpoint, arrmidptonsrf(1)) arrobjectpoints(5) = array(arrmidptonsrf(1), centerpoint, arrmidptonsrf(7))

arrobjectpoints(6) = array(arrmidptonsrf(4), centerpoint, arrmidptonsrf(8)) arrobjectpoints(7) = array(arrmidptonsrf(8), centerpoint, arrmidptonsrf(2)) arrobjectpoints(8) = array(arrmidptonsrf(2), centerpoint, arrmidptonsrf(4)) arrobjectpoints(9) = array(arrmidptonsrf(3), centerpoint, arrmidptonsrf(6)) arrobjectpoints(10) = array(arrmidptonsrf(6), centerpoint, arrmidptonsrf(0)) arrobjectpoints(11) = array(arrmidptonsrf(0), centerpoint, arrmidptonsrf(3)) jmax = 11 For j=0 To jmax If IsArray(arrobjectpoints(j)) Then

arrobjectcrv(j) = Rhino.AddCurve (arrobjectpoints(j))

End If Next ‘ adding surfaces arrobjectsrfedge(0) = array(arrobjectcrv(0),arrobjectcrv(1),arrobjectcrv(2)) arrobjectsrfedge(1) = array(arrobjectcrv(3),arrobjectcrv(5),arrobjectcrv(4)) arrobjectsrfedge(2) = array(arrobjectcrv(6),arrobjectcrv(7),arrobjectcrv(8)) arrobjectsrfedge(3) = array(arrobjectcrv(9),arrobjectcrv(10),arrobjectcrv(11)) arrobjectsrfedge(4) = array(arrobjectcrv(0),arrobjectlines(7),arrobjectcrv(3),arrobjectlines(4)) arrobjectsrfedge(5) = array(arrobjectcrv(1),arrobjectlines(10),arrobjectcrv(6),arrobjectlines(8)) arrobjectsrfedge(6) = array(arrobjectcrv(2),arrobjectlines(11),arrobjectcrv(9),arrobjectlines(5)) arrobjectsrfedge(7) = array(arrobjectlines(0),arrobjectcrv(5),arrobjectlines(3),arrobjectcrv(11)) arrobjectsrfedge(8) = array(arrobjectlines(6),arrobjectcrv(4),arrobjectlines(1),arrobjectcrv(8)) arrobjectsrfedge(9) = array(arrobjectlines(9),arrobjectcrv(10),arrobjectlines(2),arrobjectcrv(7)) lmax = 9 For l=0 To lmax If isarray(arrobjectsrfedge(l)) Then arrobjectsrfs(l) = rhino.AddEdgeSrf (arrobjectsrfedge(l)) End If Next ‘change layer of the object surfaces objectsurfaces = array(arrobjectsrfs(0),arrobjectsrfs(1),arrobjectsrfs(2), arrobjectsrfs(3),arrobjectsrfs(4),arrobjectsrfs(5),arrobjectsrfs(6),arrobject srfs(7),arrobjectsrfs(8),arrobjectsrfs(9)) If Not isnull(objectsurfaces) Then rhino.objectlayer objectsurfaces, “objects” End If ‘join object surfaces Call rhino.unselectAllObjects() Call rhino.SelectObject(arrobjectsrfs(0)) Call rhino.SelectObject(arrobjectsrfts(1)) Call rhino.SelectObject(arrobjectsrfs(2)) Call rhino.SelectObject(arrobjectsrfs(3)) Call rhino.SelectObject(arrobjectsrfs(4)) Call rhino.SelectObject(arrobjectsrfs(5)) Call rhino.SelectObject(arrobjectsrfs(6)) Call rhino.SelectObject(arrobjectsrfs(7)) Call rhino.SelectObject(arrobjectsrfs(8)) Call rhino.SelectObject(arrobjectsrfs(9)) Call Rhino.Command(“_join _enter”) Call rhino.command(“_flip _enter”) Call rhino.unselectAllObjects() End Sub Function Midptloaded(pt1, pt2, load1, load2) midptloaded = Null MidPtloaded = array((pt1(0)*load1 + pt2(0)*load2) / (load1+load2),_ (pt1(1)*load1 + pt2(1)*load1)/(load1+load2),_ (pt1(2)*load1 + pt2(2)*load1)/(load1+load2)) End Function

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3D Printed Model


Using tetrahedron as the basic frame, this project is seeking object which can be developed within the frame. Each surface of the tetrahedron is the basic geometry, and each edge and point are the control factors of the object. First, the centroid of triangular surface is found drawing guide lines on it. And this point also becomes the centroid of area of smaller triangle for the object. Using center point of whole tetrahedron as a control point, curves between the points of smaller triangle is created. Since, each triangle of the object is created based on the surface of the tetrahedron, if tetrahedron is developed with shared surface, the objects’s surfaces are always exactly same. This logic becomes main driving force for the design and was scripted in Monkeyscript for Rhino. The command asks click four points and a tetrahedron and inner structures will be generated based on the frame.


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CURRENT MARKET SHARE RESEARCH

ELMER’S PRECISION GLUE Product design + marketing + popup architecture project ARCH, WINTER 2011, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, INSTRUCTOR : TEMAN EVANS

Non-toxic

Strength

Long dry time Very adhesive

3.76

27%

30%

54% 4%

21%

clogs

18%

Easy application

Ease of use

9% Nozzle

Ease of use

3.38

3.61

3.9

Price

36% 3.85

Messy application

Works on all surfaces

PROS

21% 25%

Dr

7%

9%

13%

47%

71%

73%

Design aspects needed to be improved

5%

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5%

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37%

73% of respondents feels the difficulty of sqeezing

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Preference

other

(scale of 5) very satisfied(5) satisfied(4) neutral(3) unsatisfied(2) very unsatisfied(1)

Satisfaction Level

Considering aspects when purchase

6%

Drying time

Overall average

Customer Review - by epinions.com

6%

3.38

Design

CONS

5%

Dires quickly

71% of respondents want more adjustability of applying glue

This survey is conducted on Jan. 18th and 19th, 2011 by students of TCAUP College of Architecture, University of Michigan Total number of the participants : 166 www.surveymonkey.com/s/XZS5CXN

Survey of Architecture Students

For more than sixty years, Elmer’s Glue has been the trusted brand providing outstanding product performance in the classroom, at home, in the workshop and at the craft table. As oppose to its dominent market sharing for child craft market, the survey reseult shows Elmer’s Glue has been lost their market share for adults’ craft and workshops. Starting from the current market share and the limits of Elmer’s Glue, this project suggests its new container design. The main concept for the new container is ergonomic body design and precise application.


What’s NEW?

Design Development

Twice longer and 20% more slim top New tip design provides deeper and easier reachability

EXPLODED AXON

3D PRINTED MODEL

60% more slim and One inch longer container

New slim container provides COMFORTABLE GROP, EASY SQEEZING and DEEPER RANGE

Ease of Use New glue tip provides easy OPEN, CLOSE and ADJUSTABILITY

Ergonomic design container

Angled tip and curvy body dramatically increase the REACHABILITY and the WORKABILITY


Elmers Glue Popup Architecture

Glue Evolution fo rH

an um

PLAYGROUND for ADULTS And following architecture project is a popup project in city of Ann Arbor, to introduce and to advertise the new Elmer’s Precision Glue. Today, many architectures have a built-in expiration date, and these shortlived architecture is one of events and spectacles. Architecture now follows the fickle pulse of commerce and roles as one of the strongest advertising tools with highly-designed choreography. Considering the long history of Elmer’s, the popup project is designed as a playground for adults to touch people’s childhood memory and to recall their memory related to the old Elmer’s Glue. And that is the moment where new Elmer’s Precision Glue is introduced.

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No Longer Ou to fR

! ch ea N-S SECTION

Tree House Rope courses Obstacle courses Tire Swings Bungees Old Video Games Pinata

. . . but,

No KIDS ALLOWED


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LIGHTING STRUCTURE Full scale construction project: Translation of Flower ARCH STUDIO, FALL 2010, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, INSTRUCTOR : JASON YOUNG

Basic Module

Grasshopper

Metal Sheet

Waterjet

Sewing + Yarn


Starting with image of flower, this project is developing full scale construction model with architectural and spatial translations. The first step is simplifying and abstracting the image and finding main factors in it. Second phase is drawing basic form as a piece of whole structure. Each piece represents image’s harmony of straight and curvy lines of flowers. Each surface structure is generated by specific attraction points and carefully attached to each other using the Grasshopper and Rhino. A steel is chosen as a material of the surface structure of the final model as an opposite characteristic to flower. Due to the tolerance of steel, the connection methods were studied in various ways. And as an opposite method to cutting process using the Water Jet machine, the steel pieces were carefully connected using yarn. Though the steel has stiffness, each metal piece could not stand by itself and the yarn plays major role of connection and stability of the final model.


Student Exhibit, University of Michigan Fall, 2012


BOX PROJECTION ARCHITECTURAL REPRESENTATION, FALL 2010


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city poster _ photograph + painting


a view of Robie House _ collage + painting


a hotel room _ color paper collage


inside is outside is inside ; Crown Hall, IIT _ photograph

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Yoonho Lee Portfolio 2012

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