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Master of Architecture_University of Michigan Bachelor of Architecture_Yonsei University [email protected]

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  • Kahyun Lee

    Master of Architecture University of Michigan

    Bacheolor of ArchitectureYonsei University

    [email protected]

  • Beneath the BridgeAquatic Botanical Garden in Sang-am World Cup Park

    Accessibility to the Han River Park and

    the World Cup Park is enhanced by

    inserting the Aquatic Botanical Garden

    under the bridge.

    type 1 type 2 type 3 type 4 type 5 type 6

    The gardens are meant to integrate indoor and outdoor spaces by

    embracing the existing contours of the site and the spatial configuration of

    the columns supporting the bridge. The continuous flow of floors and

    ceilings create an ambiguity between the external and internal spaces

    creating and open and dynamic garden.Kahyun Lee

    Master of Architecture

  • 0 10 20m

    ReminiscenceLibrary Extension in the Constitutional Court of Korea

    The new library creates the balance between the privacy of the

    Constitutional Court of Korea and its public relationship with the

    residents in Bukchon. The new library proposes 3 spaces: 1)

    library-the professional library for the staffs; 2) lecture hall-the

    space where connections between the residents and the staffs

    take place; 3) madang (courtyard)-the open library for the

    residents. These 3 spaces have the spatial organization of the

    contemporary version of traditional Korean architecture. They are

    connected with the existing building of the Constitutional Court

    of Korea. Therefore the new library will allow the existing

    building to extend and be opened to the outside.

    north elevation west elevation south elevation

    1st floor

    2nd floor

    Kahyun LeeMaster of Architecture

  • The Second Sea WallEco-Center in Shihwa-ho

    In the buildging, the Second Sea Wall, visitors can see the environmental

    destruction caused by the Shiwha Tide Embankment and the

    self-purification of the environment in Shiwha Lake. Visitors can also

    directly approach the West Sea and Shiwha Lake while they move in the

    building. The Second Sea Wall connect s the West Sea and Shiwha Lake

    even though it is located on the Shiwha Tide Embankment which divides

    the West Sea and Shiwha Lake.

    Light is introduced in order to obtain a link between interior and exterior. Light flows

    through slits in the eco-center and through columns of light and then merge with outside

    light of the Shiwha Tide Embankment. The eco-center, the void, the water space, and

    the tide embankment have a spatial continuum that changes according to time.

    Kahyun LeeMaster of Architecture

  • key plan

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    +0.7

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    B

    DC

    01 63 10 m

    The exhibition space in the building is flexible. Glass walls are movable according

    to different needs and they make different configurations in the exhibition space.

    Moreover, they show the images of the West Sea and Shiwha Lake. Because each

    glass walls transparency can be changed, it provides many spatial possibilities in

    the exhibition space.

    + 7.0Eco-center

    + 0.0EntranceOffice

    - 2.0Cafeteria

    - 5.0Conference roomTheater

    - 7.0Food court

    - 8.0Swimming pool

    Kahyun LeeMaster of Architecture

  • 5002500

    Green monster in the cityPark Design in Buick City - Slabula Rasa

    type 1

    type 2

    type 3

    type 4

    container car

    Buick City in Detroit, one of the states largest brown-fields in Michigan, was in operation from 1904 until 1999 as a massive

    automobile manufacturing complex. The facility was demolished in 2002 and the site was abandoned without treatment. The

    problem is that groundwater and the soil of the site are contaminated. Covered by concrete slabs, it is not causing an immediate

    threat to anybody. But, considering the fact that the underground facilities are connected to each other at the city scale, the

    problem is more serious than was expected. This project proposes a park design by using container cars, the railroad, and the

    existing underground water system that were abandoned at the site. Container cars can act as planters or can be used for planting

    the existing plants on the site; container cars are transformed to 4 different planters based on the types of plants. Some container

    cars can then be shipped by rail to other regions in the U.S, carrying plants and soil. The project anticipates that it will have an

    affect not only on the site, but also on the U.S.

    Kahyun LeeMaster of Architecture

  • private

    neighbor

    community

    public

    unit

    court

    roof gardenfoyer

    workshops

    Flexible 10Flexible Housing in Chicago - inFlux

    collaborative work with Michelle Tang

    The project is an exploration into the possibility of flexible housing in the

    city of Chicago. It seeks to introduce maximum flexibility through spatial

    continuity, programmatic indeterminacy, and the inclusion of varying

    degree of privacy. Each unit is positioned and configured differently yet

    spatially hinged with connectors, leading to the possible acquisition of

    multiple spatially connected units, or an ultimate union of ten units

    functioning as one. The units are elevated with individual access, freeing up

    the ground level for possible community workshops and public ground

    space. The significance of the collective neighborhood is highlighted

    through the design of a perforated envelop externally surrounding all units,

    and the inward-facing courts providing visual accessibility across the block.

    envelop

    unit configuration

    minimum 1 unitmaximum 10 units Kahyun LeeMaster of Architecture

  • Opposed to the conventional understanding of the relationship of human beings and

    nature as thesis and antithesis, a new project based on : itself it is as a

    synthesis of human and nature aided by digital media has been proposed to make

    the DMZ a bridge space between the two Koreas. The DMZ is no longer an area that

    should be left untouched. However, it is different from the notion of tabula rasa. The

    thesis project will propose three steps for the DMZ based on : itself it is: 1)

    by using the bunkers and wall constructions, building laboratory facilities to research

    the region; 2) constructing infrastructure; 3) designing the DMZ as a bridge space

    between North and South Korea. However, it doesnt mean these phases are

    indicating an increasing urbanization of the DMZ, rather, it will suggest naturaliza-

    tion of the DMZ. Here, naturalization means a development approach based on

    : itself it is. Also, there is no end point for each phase. As time goes by, the

    three steps will overlap and proceed in the DMZ based on : itself it is.

    Nature : itself it isThe DMZ (Demilitarized Zone in Korea) Scenario

    Kahyun LeeMaster of Architecture

  • Using VB script, without making geometrical

    shapes in Rhinoceros, the pavilion is generated

    according to the U/V system on its surface.

    Based on a hexagonal grid, six triangles are

    placed on the surface (or two surfaces the

    bottom and top ). One can manipulate the

    triangle shape by changing the fillet values and

    number of openings by adjusting the numbers of

    random seed and sorting values.

    Dim arrPt(0 To u, 0 To v) As On3dPoint Dim cnt As Integer = 0 For i As Int32 = 0 To u For j As Int32 = 0 To v arrPt(i, j) = pts(cnt) cnt = cnt + 1 Next Next Dim lines As New List(Of OnPolyline)() 'Point Culling Dim ptArr As New On3dPointArray() Dim pt_list As New List(Of On3dPoint) For i As Int32 = 0 To u - 2 Step 2 For j As Int32 = 0 To v - 3 Step 4 ptArr.Append(arrPt(i + 1, j).x, arrPt(i + 1, j).y, arrPt(i + 1, j).z) ptArr.Append(arrPt(i + 2, j + 1).x, arrPt(i + 2, j + 1).y, arrPt(i + 2, j + 1).z) ptArr.Append(arrPt(i + 2, j + 2).x, arrPt(i + 2, j + 2).y, arrPt(i + 2, j + 2).z) ptArr.Append(arrPt(i + 1, j + 3).x, arrPt(i + 1, j + 3).y, arrPt(i + 1, j + 3).z) ptArr.Append(arrPt(i, j + 2).x, arrPt(i, j + 2).y, arrPt(i, j + 2).z) ptArr.Append(arrPt(i, j + 1).x, arrPt(i, j + 1).y, arrPt(i, j + 1).z) ptArr.Append(arrPt(i + 1, j).x, arrPt(i + 1, j).y, arrPt(i + 1, j).z) Dim pline As New OnPolyline(ptArr) lines.Add(pline) Dim pt As New On3dPoint((arrPt(i + 1, j).x + arrPt(i + 1, j + 3).x) / 2, (arrPt(i + 1, j).y + arrPt(i + 1, j + 3).y) / 2, (arrPt(i + 1, j).z + arrPt(i + 1, j + 3).z) / 2) pt_list.Add(pt) ptArr.destroy Next Next For i As Int32 = 1 To u - 2 Step 2 For j As Int32 = 2 To v - 3 Step 4 ptArr.Append(arrPt(i + 1, j).x, arrPt(i + 1, j).y, arrPt(i + 1, j).z) ptArr.Append(arrPt(i + 2, j + 1).x, arrPt(i + 2, j + 1).y, arrPt(i + 2, j + 1).z) ptArr.Append(arrPt(i + 2, j + 2).x, arrPt(i + 2, j + 2).y, arrPt(i + 2, j + 2).z) ptArr.Append(arrPt(i + 1, j + 3).x, arrPt(i + 1, j + 3).y, arrPt(i + 1, j + 3).z) ptArr.Append(arrPt(i, j + 2).x, arrPt(i, j + 2).y, arrPt(i, j + 2).z) ptArr.Append(arrPt(i, j + 1).x, arrPt(i, j + 1).y, arrPt(i, j + 1).z) ptArr.Append(arrPt(i + 1, j).x, arrPt(i + 1, j).y, arrPt(i + 1, j).z) Dim pline As New OnPolyline(ptArr) lines.Add(pline) Dim pt As New On3dPoint((arrPt(i + 1, j).x + arrPt(i + 1, j + 3).x) / 2, (arrPt(i + 1, j).y + arrPt(i + 1, j + 3).y) / 2, (arrPt(i + 1, j).z + arrPt(i + 1, j + 3).z) / 2) pt_list.Add(pt) ptArr.destroy