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Y U R I S H I N B.ArchSc

CONTACT INFORMATION E-mail: Telephone:

yuri.shin@ryerson.ca (647) 705-5101

WORK EXPERIENCE May. 2017 - Aug. 2018:

David Johnston Architect Ltd. Junior Architect

EDUCATION 2014-2019: Jan. - May. 2019 2010-2014:

Ryerson University | Bachelor of Architectural Science Co-op Graduate Toronto, ON Bergen Arkitekthøgskole | Exchange Opportunity Bergen, Norway St. Theresa of Lisieux Catholic High School Richmond Hill, ON

RECOGNITION | AWARDS Apr. 2019

Engineering and Architectural Science Year End Show Award exceptional design for the 4th year architecture studio

Oct. 2017

Toronto Society of Architects Award outstanding project situated in the Toronto/Greater Toronto Area Dean’s List Recipient | Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science recognizing students with exceptional academic performance

Sep. 2015

NXT City Competition Shortlist

Aug. 2015

Canadian Institute of Steel Construction | Student Design Competition Top 10 Placement

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T R I N I T Y B E L LWO O D S S K AT E PAVI L I O N

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E A R LY O W L L I VE- WO R K D U P L E X

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N X T C I T Y : T R I L L I U M WA L K WAY

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P O D S M U LT I C U LT U R A L C E N T R E

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CONTENTS

B LO O R - B O R D E N M A R K ET C O M M U N E

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CLAREMONT ST

MANNING AVE

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BELLWOODS AVE

GRACE ST

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TRINITY BELLWOODS S K AT E PAV I L I O N BEATRICE ST

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TRINITY BELLWOODS PARK

KE Y PL AN | 1 : 5 0 0 0 R E CR E AT ION AL PU BL IC FACIL IT Y H E AV Y T IM BE R | CON CR E T E S H E L L FACU LT Y M E N T OR R E COG N IT ION

Ol e n a K o be r t s- S i n gk h 20 1 5 DA S Ye a r E n d S h ow

Trinity Bellwoods Skate Pavilion is proposed to revamp an existing outdoor skating rink in Trinity Bellwoods park. The Skate Pavilion aims to meld the functional requirements of the existing rink with the interest to serve the public and invigorate community events. The Skate Pavilion is designed with mindfulness of its complex urban park context. The site is located at the northeastern corner of Trinity Bellwoods. To its west lies the park’s Dog Bowl—a remnant of Garrison Creek—and to its east the site fronts a residential setting along Gore Vale Avenue. The Skate Pavilion is a buffer and transition between the park and its adjacent residents; melding the existing skating rink into its park environment. The design integrates the existing trees on site featuring a courtyard to accommodate. The roof is designed as an elevated extension of the park accessible as a spectator’s gallery to the rink below. The structure houses a skate rental booth, change rooms, washrooms, an open multi-purpose space and storage for the Zamboni. The Trinity Bellwoods Skate Pavilion integrates the existing rink and its amenities into its park context further promoting community activity throughout the seasons.


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S IT E PLAN | 1: 10 0 0

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GORE VALE AVE.

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skating rink multipurpose space snack bar kitchen washrooms skate change lounge tree courtyard

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skate rental change rooms zamboni house maintanence storage mechanical room garbage room

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Ex i sti ng Co nd i t i o n : pub l i c w ashro o ms, za m b o n i s t o ra g e , mai nte nance ro o m

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Extension of Park Grounds Neighbourhood Friendly Massing Visual & Aural Buffer to Gore Vale Ave Enveloping Rink - Integrating Amenities Distinctive Design - Attracting Visitors

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TRINITY BELLWOODS S K AT E PAV I L I O N


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A CCESSI B L E G R EEN R OO F

SKATE PAVILION

M U LT IPU RPOS E S PA C E

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EARLY OWL LIVE-W0RK DUPLEX

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KE Y PL AN | 1 : 5 0 0 0 COM M E R CIAL R E S IDE N T IAL WOOD FR AM E CON S T R U CT ION FACU LT Y M E N T OR

Ba ruc h Z o n e

Early Owl is a live-work duplex located in Corktown, Toronto. The project is designed for two families who own and operate the restaurant at street level. The restaurant serves as a cafĂŠ by day and turns into a social hub by night. The two living units, uniquely distinct in their organization, are designed in relation to each other to provide privacy and engage common activities through the shared spaces. Unit A is catered for a sociable couple who enjoys regularly entertaining guests. The unit is designed with the capacity to completely fold away partitions to create a large continuous open space to host social gatherings. Unit B is designed for a quiet family of three and suitably is arranged more conventionally. The unit holds two cozy bedrooms and an in-floor tearoom at the split level. The two units are connected with a shared terrace on the third floor, blurring the physical boundary between the two neighbours, creating a common space for the two families. Both units are structured as split-level and flow-through to invite visual and spatial connectedness throughout the dwelling and allow for natural ventilation to occur. The clerestory windows give the duplex a distinct roofline whilst providing ample daylight and air flow. The exterior of the complex is designed to reflect both images of industrial and residential character of its street.


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LIVE-WORK DUPLEX


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1 . G EN ER A L M A SSI N G

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3. SETBA CKS TO M A X I M I Z E DAYL I G H T

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Duplex Unit A Open-Concept Adaptable spaces Flow-Through Linearity Sustainable Energy South-facing Solar Panels Shared Terrace Garden Guest Entertainment Venue Folding Patio Doors Interior-Exterior Continuity Expansion of Living Space Master Bedroom Multi-Purpose Flexible Space Storage Wall & Murphy Bed

Work Unit Cafe-Bistro by Day Bar by Night Restaurant co-owned & operated by residents of the Duplex


Duplex Unit B Structured Layout More privacy

Clerestorey Roof Illuminate North wall

Natural Ventilation Split-Level Flow-Through Units Continuous Volumetric Relationship Tea Room Inset Seating Storage Space beneath Entrance Foyer Closets & Storage

LIVE-WORK DUPLEX

Mechanical Room Access from Garage

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KE Y PL AN | 1 : 5 0 0 0 PU BL IC S PACE R E V ITAL IZAT ION S T E E L FABR ICAT ION PR OJ E CT T E AM R E COG N IT ION

E ri k A q u i n o & J a sm i n K i m N X T C i t y 2 0 1 6 S h o r t l i st

Nathan Philips Square, one of Toronto’s most distinguished landmarks is bordered by an elevated walkway. The walkway itself presents a set of opportunities: providing great view of Toronto’s City Hall, Nathan Philips Square, and the surrounding cityscape. With barren, neglected conditions and lack of seating and shading, the unused space often deters visitors. The revitalization of this space – introducing seating, vegetation, shading and nighttime lighting – seeks to evolve the walkway into another popular public space in the heart of downtown Toronto. The proposed Trillium Walkway is a linear garden – a restful gathering place—elevated from the busy streets of Toronto. The garden not only provides a relaxing gathering space for Torontonians, but also generates solar energy and collects and irrigates rainwater through its Trillium canopies. Furthermore, platforms installed throughout the walkway provide for further opportunity in the revitalized space, accommodating space for vendors during festival and events.


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TRILLIUM WALKWAY


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NXT CITY: TRILLIUM WALKWAY

S E CT ION A-A The Cordillera alpine speedwell | blue spruce bush | moss campion mountain sorrel | purple saxifrage | white mountain aven dolomite | limestone

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S E CT ION B-B The Prairies blue gamma grass | goldenrod | prairie rose climbing prairie rose | prairie sage | sedges | silverberry smooth aster | spear grass | shale

S E CT ION C-C The Boreal Shield spruce bush | ericaceous shrubs | sphagnum moss Labrador tea | feathermoss | cottongrass |sedges kalmia heath | high bush cranberry | baneberry wild sarsaparilla | bunchberry | shield fern | sandstone

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The Tundra red grass | sedges | caribou moss | reindeer moss arctic moss | arctic willow | Labrador tea | heaths low shrubs | bearberry | lichens | sedimentary rock

S EC T I O N E- E The Appalachians deciduous bushes | black-eyed susan | sumac red osier dogwood | purple loosestrife | goldenrod sedges

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The Mixed Wood-Plains dogwood | coniferous bushes | deciduous bushes black huckleberry | mayflower | tall grass | common wood sorrel | bloodroot | windflower | sharp-lobed hepatica | shale

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CANOPY MODULE EX P LO D E D A X O N O M ET R I C 1. 2. 3. 4.

Rainwater Photovolatic Panels PTFE Membrane Steel Frame


M E M B R A N E C O N N EC T I O N D E TA I L

BR AN CH CON N E CT ION DE TA I L

CONCRETE BASE

TRILLIUM WALKWAY

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PODS MULTICULTURAL CENTRE

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MILL ST DISTILLERY DISTRICT

SCADDING AVE

KE Y PL AN | 1 : 5 0 0 0 COM M U N IT Y IN S T IT U T ION AL S T E E L CON S T R U CT ION PR OJ E CT PAR T N E R FACU LT Y M E N T OR R E COG N IT ION

E ri k A q u i n o G a rt h N o r br at e n 20 1 7 TS A O u t st a n d i n g P r o j e c t

Identity is a complex matter in a diverse metropolis like Toronto. Through decades of cultural conflict, resistance and tension, the city and its people developed a culture of tolerance which we admirably call multiculturalism. Differences are accepted, and cultural interests are shared We are individually distinct yet identify as one. As a whole, we are something entirely different, unconventional and progressive. PODS Multicultural Centre is an architectural representation of its people— bold, dynamic, eccentric—and celebrates cultural identity at the historic heart of Toronto. On a linear site, PODS houses three programmatic volumes of a Performance Hall, a First Nations’ Aboriginal Centre and a Community Centre in three distinct organic forms. The three pods, cladded in a colourful mosaic of zinc shingles, unveils itself from behind a plane of glass, to attract visitors. Users experience an engaging journey through the den of the pods; travelling under, inside, on top and around the dynamic forms. The interior of the pods are finished with a neutral tine of local wood to create a calm contrast in atmosphere. The undulating ceiling volumetrically identifies programmatic areas within the same space. Light wells planted in conical forms deliver natural daylight to the interior of the pods. The tops of the pods, as if giant flower pots, hold interior gardens intertwined with lightwells and courtyards. PODS ultimately strives to accommodate a balance between character and pragmatism to serve for the growth of a healthier multicultural society. 1

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Entrance Canopy Performance Hall Stage Performance Hall Trap Room Performance Hall Seating

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Coat Room Refreshments Atrium Aboriginal Art Gallery


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Entrance Vestibule Aboriginal Museum | Gallery General Atrium Cafeteria Kitchen Consulting Service Reception Consulting Service Lounge Aboriginal Centre Storage Open Activity Space

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Aboriginal Gathering Space Info Desk Computer and Resource Centre Garden Storage Courtyard Garden Indoor Garden Mechanical Room

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ABOR IGINAL CE NTRE Interior Perspective

MULTICULTURAL CENTRE

CEI L I N G F I X TU R E Steel Beams Open Web Steel Joists 2” Plywood Peices 3” off-centre Bolt Connection

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Roof Assembly Zinc Shingles Roof Sheathing Rigid Insulation Steel Decking

Roof Structure Steel Joists W-Flange Truss HSS Cylindrical Truss

Courtyard Custom Curved Glazing

Roof Assembly Zinc Shingles Roof Sheathing Rigid Insulation Steel Decking Roof Structure Steel Joists W-Flange Truss HSS Cylindrical Truss Courtyard Custom Curved Glazing


Floor Structure

Sheet Wood Finish Rigid Insulation Structural Concrete Fill Steel Decking

Steel Beams Open Web Steel Joists Steel Plates Composite Concrete-HSS Columns

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Dr. L e i l a Fa r a h 20 1 9 F E A S Exc e p t i o n a l D e si gn

Food is essential to life—it’s also an essential part of culture, shaping the way we live our day to day lives. Today, without much thought, we familiarize ourselves with the uninspiring but quintessential American grocer: the corporate big-box retail store. Large, often windowless, engineered warehouses equipped with a feat of HVAC and lighting systems is the truth to the unsustainable norm housing our frivolously packaged produce and processed foods. What has become such an integral part of North American culture is an opportunity for improvement. Bloor-Borden Market Commune aims to bring back the sensitivity of the marketplace with design principles providing a pleasant and natural atmosphere to the market. With the use of mass timber construction, the market is conscious of its carbon footprint and embodied energy in construction and additionally benefits the quality of air in the interior. Biofiltration systems in the form of green walls are located throughout the market at each atrium space to naturally improve the air quality. The market takes full advantage of its south exposure to natural light for psychological benefits of its grocers and shoppers, contrasting to the typical grocer experience. Opening out from the main façade is a public space buffering the existing residential area from the commercial strip on Bloor St. The landscaped strip, connecting the block midway from Lippincott to Borden, is a gathering place for residents and a seasonal outdoor market for the larger community. BloorBorden Market Commune aims to re-introduce the culture in food through fostering an environment where community is strengthened around the sharing of food.


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Neighbourhood Friendly Massing Distinctive Design - Presence on Bloor St Multi-Faceted - Mutliple Entryways

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Market Hall Folding Double Glazed Curtain Wall Concrete Pavers Recycled Aggregate Tree Planter Seating Wood Slat Louvers Community Multipurpose Hall Clerestory Windows

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