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Works done at the University of Kansas from summer 2011 to spring 2013, Undergraduate Architecture

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  • June You

  • [education]Master of Architecture _05 2014_ GPA 3.75university of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, uSa

    Business Administration _undergraduateuniversity of Windsor, Windsor, ontario, canada

    International Business _Bachelor of economicsWuhan university of technology, Wuhan, Hubei, china

    05 2011_current

    09 2007_12 2008

    09 2004_06 2008

    [experience]Woodshop Technician instructing and assisting students in using woodworking equipment demonstrating safety procedures in using power tools offering recommendations to precision in architectural model makingSchool of architecture, university of Kansas phone: 785_383_8265

    Studio 804 Warehouse Management Helper Creatingnewfloorflansforelectricoutletsandshelveslayout Moving materials and cleaning the warehouse.School of architecture, university of Kansas phone: 785_383_8265

    Assistant to the Fashion Designer http://wikstenmade.com phone: 785_580_8318

    08 2012_current

    06 2012_08 2012

    01 2009_06 2009

    [SKiLLS]Computer revit, autocad, 3d Max, Sketchup,photoShop, indesign, illustrator

    HandWoodworking, Blacksmithing, Welding, Laser cutting

    LanguageMandarin _Fluent, english _Fluent

    [reFerenceS]AcademicShannon criss associate professor scriss@ku.edu 785_864_3861chad Kraus assistant professor ckraus@ku.edu 785_864_4129denton nichols Lecturer dnichls1@ku.edu 785_864_3087

    ProfessionalJenny Gordy Fashion designer jennygordy@gmail.com 785_580_8318

  • 1016 Ohio Street / Lawrence Ks USA 66044

    June YouThe University of Kansas /

    School of Architecture, Design and Planning

    Address

    phone[ 785 ] 580-8767

    emAiljuanyou@ku.edu

    websiteissuu.com/juneyou

  • 01 eAT CreATe reLATeBusiness incubator Labnew orleans

  • siteabove sea level

    below sea level

  • siteabove sea level

    below sea level

  • mid-city

    bayou st. john

    treme

    tuLane-GraVier

    site

    neutral ground

    density

    commercial

    rensidential

    propoSed Sitethe selected site is situated at the intersection of Broad Street and Bienville Street among four dis-tricts: Mid-city, Bayou St. John, tulane-Gravier, and treme. these are all mixed-income neighborhoods with very little new development. neighborhood types extending out from the site indicate distinct building types and architectural languages. as a main crossroad of the city, Broad Street mainly contains commercial buildings. the existing build-ing on site is a out of scale 1970s supermarket.

    along the Bienville Street, many residential build-ings create a dense street faade. they typically have an open space between each other. the elevated porches activate outdoor social activi-ties among residents. to break down the scale of existing building and react to surrounding residen-tial buildings, Bienville Street will be the main focus of the new proposed building.

  • mid-city

    bayou st. john

    treme

    tuLane-GraVier

    site

    neutral ground

    density

    commercial

    rensidential

  • the proposed new building will have a strong connection with the surrounding neighborhood and the existing out of scale supermarket building. along the Bienville Street, many residential buildings create a dense street faade. they typi-cally have an open space between each other. the elevated porches activate out-door social activities among residents.

    to break down the scale of existing build-ing and react to surrounding residential buildings, Bienville Street will be the main focus of the new proposed building. the faade will speak the same architectural language as the other residential buildings on Bienville Street.

    deSiGn concept

  • Upper Floor

    Think Tank

    Art Classroom

    Cooking

    Prepping

    Baking

    Classroom

    Storage

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  • it is a place where the community eat fresh and real food togeth-er, create new ideas and solutions for food and health problems, and relate to one an-other through sharing and growing food.

  • groundwater discharge

    deep percolation

    rainfall

    canopy evaporation

    bioswale plant mix

    stormwater runoff

    infiltration through roots of native plants

  • groundwater discharge

    deep percolation

    rainfall

    canopy evaporation

    bioswale plant mix

    stormwater runoff

    infiltration through roots of native plants

    Site Water treatMent

  • 02 MonArCH InSTITuTeButterflyResearchLabKansas city

    the Monarch institute (20,000 naSF) will serve the river Market neighborhood, downtown Kansas city, and the larger metropolitan community.Thebuildingwillcontainabutterflyvivarium,ablackboxtheater,areadingroom,abutterflygarden,acafeandresearchareas. architecture is experienced through the senses, memories, beliefs anddesires.Inthisproject,thebutterflyvivariumisanopenspacetoaccommodatethousandsofbutterfliesaccompaniedbyelementsoftheirnaturalhabitat.Welldesignednaturalandartificiallightingisessential. What is more important, this space should provide a full sen-sory experience to visitors and a living laboratory for researchers.

  • metal mesh screen cladding to reduce heat gain from west sunlight

    LEED certied polygal sheets for better thermal insulation

    green roof garden

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    36'

    environMentaL SySteM

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    eGreSS SySteM

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    1. theater2. mechanical3. administration4. reading5. butterfly vivarium6. lobby / cafe7. research dry lab8. roof garden9. research wet lab

    basement level 1 level 2 level 3

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    floor plans

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    1. theater2. mechanical3. administration4. reading5. butterfly vivarium6. lobby / cafe7. research dry lab8. roof garden9. research wet lab

    basement level 1 level 2 level 3

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    floor plans

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  • paving stonesand for levelingcompacted gravelfilter fabricrigid insulationwaterproof membranestructural concrete slab

    concrete formwood chipsplanting soilinsulation & filter fabricweeping tile

    8 concrete wall3 wood wool acoustic board3/4 plywood panel3 insulation membrane4 concrete floor slab2 protection boardmembrane

    fluid-applied waterproofing gravel drain pipe

    2 concrete floor finishing4 concrete floor slab2 protection boardmembrane3 mud slab6 gravel bed

    rooF SLaB

    pLanter

    BaSeMent WaLL

    BaSeMent Foundation

    perForated MeSH MountinG

  • 03 AGInG In PLACeHome for Field Station researchersLawrence KS

  • adJuStaBLe + adaptive

    1. Maximum southern solar exposure for heating and natural light2. Body of water for evaporative cooling and excess storm water drainage3. Coniferous trees for winter wind protection

    ecoLoGicaL deSiGn

  • the client is a Field research Station who requires three houses for their researchers and a grounds keeper/maintenance person. the site has a slight southern slope, and is pop-ulated by wild grasses and a small forest of ear-ly-successional deciduous trees. the ecosystem here is an ecotone, a transition space between forest and prairie. there are three existing build-ings on the facility, but the houses will be locat-ed about 500-100 feet away, and shall be con-nected by a path.

    MetaL

    Wood

    GLaSS

    StraW BaLe

    Wood

    pLaStic

    concrete

  • native Kansas architecture have been important precedents, as it is ideal to retain the culture of rural Kansas. Many residents of the country tend to live in the same house until the end stages of life. Because of this, designing for aging in place needs to be a priority. the residences are com-fortable for able bodied individu-als, as well as the elderly and dis-abled. designing for adaptability is required to provide for all stag-es of life.

  • PB

  • 04 PuBLICATIonKiosk Magazine issue 47frozen moment of drama20 by 20, 2012soft pastel on birch plywood

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    1. 2 by 4 by 12 pine wood

    2. cutting and gluing

    3. clamping

    4. dowel joints

    5. sanding, sanding & sanding

    6. applying finishing

    05 WooDWorkInG70 degree bench/coffee table2011solid pine wood

  • 06 PHoToGrAPHYnew york / St. Louis / denver

  • thank you..