Jun hyung Park

Jun hyung Park

New York, NY, US



I have most recently studied at Tulane University in New Orleans where I earned a first professional Degree (Masters) of Architecture.

I experienced the Asian educational system with high standards of discipline at an early age—but for the age of the new millennium and with the encouragement of my family in South Korea, I came to the United States and learned the importance of creative and critical thinking, diversity, and risk-taking—all essential aspects of the educational system in America.  Coupled with my rigorous work habits, those valuable ideas and experiences have been integrated into a seamless whole, further propelling my creative thoughts and even contributing to a new and cosmopolitan style for self-presentation and dress.

Within the domain of architectural practice, I has dealt with the widest array of projects, from programming and small-scale residential to landscape design and skyscraper development.


Dec 2015 - current

Scarpidis Design Corporation, New York, NY, US, Junior Architectural Designer

Involved in all phases of development, from the initial discussion of ideas with the client through construction.
Planned layouts of projects and prepare scale drawings for building contractors.
Participated in Venice Biennale Competition by Archtriumph and won an honorable mention.

Mar 2013 - Mar 2014

Heerim Architects & Planners, Seoul, KR, Intern Architect

Accountable for determining the parking capacity and developing core circulation diagrams for Sejong-ro Hotel Project.
Generated 3D rendering images, elevations, and sections for CJ Biotechnology Research Center Project.
Translated structural description document of Busan Lotte Town Tower which was originally prepared by SOM from English to Korean.

Jun 2011 - Aug 2011

Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, US, Designer & Constructor

Developed two prototypes called Overlap-Gap House and Focal Void.
Responsible for designing the kitchen space and a stair for BUILD 6 Project.
Participated in all designing and construction phases of BUILD 6 Project.

Aug 2010 - May 2011

Gwangju Design Biennale, Gwangju, KR, Interpreter

Interpreted the Korean Biennale guide’s and curator’s words for American and European students.

Aug 2009 - Sep 2009


Columbia University, New York, NY, US, Masters, MS.Aud

Jun 2014 - May 2015

Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, US, MArch, Architecture

My architectural perspective, expressed in my final thesis project, stresses the idea that contemporary society is mainly built on striated flows. These flows, operating on all levels and at multiple scales, are in a state of perpetual flux. Rather than existing as separate entities, these flows are associative. Though they may have different characteristics, they interlink and borrow their energies and attributes from one another across time and space. As a consequence, inanimate objects –which include the form of architecture—must be designed to engage and embrace the dynamic of each other in a mutually beneficial set of formulations and relationships. This is the dream of Newton’s calculus and the measure of all things in our quantum universe: activity and form are subsumed into one another through architecture and design. Antagonisms and friction are overcome through persistent and mutually beneficial recognition—the key component for the ongoing growth of developmental, productive relationships.

Aug 2004 - May 2012

University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, US, Bachelors, Architecture

Studies as Part of B.Arch at Tulane

Sep 2005 - Dec 2005


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