Donghwan Kim

 

dohwan05@gmail.com, donghwankim@utexas.edu

M.Arch II - Sustainable Design Candidate | May 2018

School of Architecture, University of Texas at Austin

https://soa.utexas.edu/people/donghwan-kim

LEED Green Associate

 


education

The University of Texas at Austin, School of Architecture

Master of Architecture II - Sustainable Design. Fall 2016 - Current

University of Seoul, School of Architecture

Bachelor of Architecture. Spring 2005 - Fall 2011

International Studio, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

‘Social Relationship & Collective forms Ljubljana Housing Project’  Summer 2010


Academic Experience

Teaching Assistant, Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering
The University of Texas at Austin, Fall 2017 - Current
Sustainable Built Environment Group
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Juliana Felkner
Research Topic: A sustainable approach to the adaptive reuse of historic buildings:
Analysis of energy saving strategies for historic facade retrofits

 

Graduate Research Assistant, School of Architecture
The University of Texas at Austin, Summer 2017
Sustainable Built Environment Group
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Juliana Felkner
Research Topic: A relationship between sustainable development and historic preservation


professional experience

Chang-jo Architects, Architectural Designer 

Jan. 2012 - May. 2016 Seoul, South Korea http://www.cja.co.kr

  • Grand-intercontinental Seoul Parnas hotel renovation & Parnas Tower, Seoul, South Korea

 “LEED SILVER 2015” COEX Mall Remodeling

 "LEED Gold 2016" Parnas Tower

  • Cheongna Shopping mall, Cheongna, South Korea
  • GS Donghae Electric power station Headquarter, Donghae-si, South Korea
  • Riyadh Villa, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
  • Office & Factory building, Seoul, South Korea

m.a.r.u Architects, Intern. Jul. 2011 - Aug. 2011 Seoul, Korea
Hae-ahn Architects, Intern. Oct. 2010 Seoul, Korea
Ye-cheon Architects, Intern. Jun. 2009 - Aug. 2009 Seoul, Korea


Extra-curricular activities

Docent, AIA Austin Home Tour. Oct. 2017
Member of Architectural Photograph Group. Mar. 2005
Mentor of Digital Jam [Digital Media Mentoring Program Group in University of Seoul] Mar. 2010
Rhino Workshop. Jan. 2010
Architectural Volunteer activity, Sihanoukville city master plan & Life University master plan, Cambodia, ICAI. Jul. 2009


Honors, Awards, and Scholarships

The School of Architecture Travel Scholarship, Thesis travel

  • Providence (RI), New York (NY), San Antonio (TX)
  • School of Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin, Nov. 2017

AIA Austin Charles Moore Endowed Scholarship

  • School of Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin, Fall 2017 - Spring 2018

1st Prize, Portfolio Competition, University of Seoul. Sep. 2011
Excellence Award, The Good Place Award Photo Competition, KIA. Sep. 2011
Scholarship for Excellent Achievement, University of Seoul. Fall 2011
Critic Award, 25th Thesis Exhibition for Architecture, University of Seoul. Jun. 2011
Seoul Mayor’s Scholarship, University of Seoul. Spring 2011
Scholarship for Excellent Achievement, University of Seoul. Spring 2009-Fall 2010 [4 semesters]
Most Shocking Award, 24 hour Design Charrette, University of Seoul. Nov. 2009
Best project Academic work, University of Seoul. Apr. & Jun. 2009
Scholarship for Excellent Achievement, University of Seoul. Spring 2006


digital skills

  • Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere
  • Autodesk AutoCAD, Autodesk Revit, Autodesk Ecotect
  • Google Sketch Up
  • Rhinoceros + V-Ray, Grasshopper
  • DIVA for Rhino, Openstudio & Energy plus (energy simulation tool)
  • Lumion 3D
  • MS Office

Publication, Exhibition

Thesis, M.Arch II Sustainable Design, University of Texas at Austin, Apr. 2018

  • Kim, D. (2018), “Adaptive reuse of industrial building facade for sustainability; Analysis of sustainability and social values of industrial facade,” University of Texas at Austin. In progress.

Journal Article, to be submitted to ‘Architectural Science Review’, Jan. 2018

  • Kim, D. and Felkner, J. (2018), “A relationship between sustainable development and historic preservation: a bibliometric analysis,” Architectural Science Review. In progress.

Conference Paper, IBPC 2018, Nov. 2017

  • Kim, D. and Felkner, J. (2018), “A sustainable approach to the adaptive reuse of historic buildings: Analysis of energy saving strategies for historic facade retrofits,” in International Building Physics Conference (IBPC 2018). In progress.
  • Conference Date: Sep. 23-26, 2018, as a Speaker, Syracuse, New York, USA

Book Publication

  • Kim, D. (2017), “Border Sports Complex,” in Border without a wall, Nhamerica Press LLC, pp. 79–88. ISBN 978-1-946070-11-1.
  • Kim, D. (2011), “One day at the terminal,” in Architectural Review 2011, Seoul: University of Seoul, pp. 120–129. ISBN 978-89-965017-4-9.
  • Kim, D. (2010), “Memory Box for social housing in Ljubljana,” in International Studio Review 2010, Social Relationship and Collective forms, Seoul: University of Seoul.
  • Kim, D. (2009), “Sihanoukville Master plan, Cambodia,” in Summer Design Camp 2009, Seoul: ICAI Press.

Design B.Arch Thesis Exhibition, University of Seoul. May. 2011
IMAGO Group Design Exhibition, Iang Gallery, Seoul. Jan. 2011
International Studio Exhibition, University of Seoul. Sep. 2010
Book Design, Summer Design Camp 2009, ICAI press. Sep. 2009
Photo Exhibition, gallery1019, Seoul (Theme : trace). Nov. 2006
Photo Exhibition, gallery1019, Seoul (Theme : 4th Finger). Oct. 2005


Invited Talks

Residence Extension to Historic buildings for urban density in Downtown Austin
Invited as a Critic for Final Review, Dec. 13th, 2017, Professor: Dr. Juliana Felkner
Course: Construction III, School of Architecture, the University of Texas at Austin
Residence Extension to Historic buildings for urban density in Downtown Austin
Invited as a Critic for Mid-Review, Apr. 6th, 2017, Professor: Dr. Juliana Felkner
Course: Construction III, School of Architecture, the University of Texas at Austin
Tower Design and Sustainable Strategies in professional work experience, Parnas Tower project
Course: Tall buildings, Structure, and Climate, School of Architecture, the University of Texas at Austin
Professor: Dr. Juliana Felkner, Feb. 23rd, 2017