Hong Young Park

Hong Young Park

Jinju, KR



My name is Hong-Young PARK, and I am qualified not only with the LEED AP BD+C (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional Building Design and Construction) but also with a Pre-Certificate of Licensed Architect, which proves that I passed an Architectural Practice Preliminary Exam (APPE) by Korea Institute of Registered Architects (KIRA)


SeongHwa Industrial Co., LTD, Korea, Jinju, KR, Material Manager and Environmental Manager

I joined a plant company and worked there for 38 months, instead of serving in the military, and my duty was a material manager and an environmental manager of the department of material management. During my duty period, my achievement was highly estimated, because I devised better material management program for myself, in order to seek more efficient business accomplishment, by utilizing MS Excel program.

Dec 1996 - Mar 2000


Hongik University, Seoul, KR, MArch, Architectural Design

I was admitted to the Master’s course in Architectural Design at Hongik University, which is one of the best universities that have been prestigious in the field of architecture study in Korea. Through passing this program, I could practice and improve my ability, and it was one of the most significant times of my life, in that I became more enthusiastic for architecture study. The concept of my architecture design is based on the relation between energy, environment and architecture, which applies computer modeling. Most of all, I intensively researched the theme of sustainable architecture in the world. For doing this, I took advantage of computer 3D programs such as ArchiCAD and Ecotect in order to analyze the specific cases, and apply them to developing my MA thesis whose title is ‘The Design for Low-Rise Residential Complex of Energy-Saving Type.’

Mar 2009 - Feb 2011

GyeongSang National University (GNU), Jinju, KR, Bachelors, Architectural Engineering

I started studying architecture engineering in GNU. Through this opportunity, I could intensively study some relevant subjects such as the Environment and Pollution, Environmental Planning, Architectural Environment Engineering, Landscape Planting, Building Materials, Architectural Design and so on. My undergraduate years enabled me to have great interests in humanities, analysis of architecture, computer works and team works as well as individual works. In addition to my studies, I used to serve as the student representative of the Department of Architecture Engineering in 2002, and thanks to this experience, I could join Habitat for Humanity Program as a volunteer, which made me retrospect social ethics which an architect should consider.

Mar 1999 - Feb 2004

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