Sunkyu Koh

Critic - Interior Architecture
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MIA, Rhode Island School of Design

Sunkyu Koh is an architectural designer and 3D graphic designer. The recipient of several architectural delineation awards, Koh received his MIA from RISD and a MArch from Harvard University. He teaches Advanced Computer Tectonics in the graduate program.

Courses

Fall 2024 Courses

INTAR 2377-01 - ADVANCED DRAWING & COMPUTING TECTONICS
Level Graduate
Unit Interior Architecture
Subject Interior Architecture
Period Fall 2024
Credits 3
Format Workshop
Mode In-Person
Start date
End date

INTAR 2377-01

ADVANCED DRAWING & COMPUTING TECTONICS

Level Graduate
Unit Interior Architecture
Subject Interior Architecture
Period Fall 2024
Credits 3
Format Workshop
Mode In-Person
Start and End 2024-09-04 to 2024-12-11
Times: F | 1:10 PM - 6:10 PM Instructor(s): Bob Pavlik, Rachel Stopka, Sunkyu Koh Location(s): Center for Integrative Technologies, Room 103 Enrolled / Capacity: 12 Status: Closed

SECTION DESCRIPTION

This course focuses on the drawing as it serves to convey different design intentions. As a continuation of the basic drawing coursework in the MDes Summer Program, this course will explore advanced techniques in digital representation. Students successfully completing this course will be able to understand the construction of 3D drawings, develop sophisticated digital layouts with image processing software, create CAD based 2D architectural drawings and 3D models, and develop a 3D visualization of a design. The integration of 2D and 3D data, digital materials, as well as the basics of digital lighting and camera work will also be discussed.

Enrollment is limited to Graduate Interior Architecture Students.

Major Requirement | MDes Interior Studies

INTAR 2377-02 - ADVANCED DRAWING & COMPUTING TECTONICS
Level Graduate
Unit Interior Architecture
Subject Interior Architecture
Period Fall 2024
Credits 3
Format Workshop
Mode In-Person
Start date
End date

INTAR 2377-02

ADVANCED DRAWING & COMPUTING TECTONICS

Level Graduate
Unit Interior Architecture
Subject Interior Architecture
Period Fall 2024
Credits 3
Format Workshop
Mode In-Person
Start and End 2024-09-04 to 2024-12-11
Times: F | 1:10 PM - 6:10 PM Instructor(s): Bob Pavlik, Rachel Stopka, Sunkyu Koh Location(s): Center for Integrative Technologies, Room 304 Enrolled / Capacity: 12 Status: Closed

SECTION DESCRIPTION

This course focuses on the drawing as it serves to convey different design intentions. As a continuation of the basic drawing coursework in the MDes Summer Program, this course will explore advanced techniques in digital representation. Students successfully completing this course will be able to understand the construction of 3D drawings, develop sophisticated digital layouts with image processing software, create CAD based 2D architectural drawings and 3D models, and develop a 3D visualization of a design. The integration of 2D and 3D data, digital materials, as well as the basics of digital lighting and camera work will also be discussed.

Enrollment is limited to Graduate Interior Architecture Students.

Major Requirement | MDes Interior Studies

INTAR 2377-03 - ADVANCED DRAWING & COMPUTING TECTONICS
Level Graduate
Unit Interior Architecture
Subject Interior Architecture
Period Fall 2024
Credits 3
Format Workshop
Mode In-Person
Start date
End date

INTAR 2377-03

ADVANCED DRAWING & COMPUTING TECTONICS

Level Graduate
Unit Interior Architecture
Subject Interior Architecture
Period Fall 2024
Credits 3
Format Workshop
Mode In-Person
Start and End 2024-09-04 to 2024-12-11
Times: F | 1:10 PM - 6:10 PM Instructor(s): Bob Pavlik, Rachel Stopka, Sunkyu Koh Location(s): Center for Integrative Technologies, Room 305 Enrolled / Capacity: 12 Status: Open

SECTION DESCRIPTION

This course focuses on the drawing as it serves to convey different design intentions. As a continuation of the basic drawing coursework in the MDes Summer Program, this course will explore advanced techniques in digital representation. Students successfully completing this course will be able to understand the construction of 3D drawings, develop sophisticated digital layouts with image processing software, create CAD based 2D architectural drawings and 3D models, and develop a 3D visualization of a design. The integration of 2D and 3D data, digital materials, as well as the basics of digital lighting and camera work will also be discussed.

Enrollment is limited to Graduate Interior Architecture Students.

Major Requirement | MDes Interior Studies

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MIA, Rhode Island School of Design