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(Anti)Voice-loop, 2019

    This is a kinetic-sound installation by designed and constructed by Freddie Hong and sound artist Philip Liu.       Anti]Voice loop, (2019) By Freddie Hong and Philip Liu [Anti]Voice loop is audience engaging ‘kinetic-sound installation’ inspired by the aesthetical and functional aspects […]

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World’s Largest Musical Box, 2019

Shortlisted proposal for summer camp project 2019. This Musical box wheel was proposed to be built by 100 young adolescents for the period of summer camp in forest. This proposal was developed in collaboration with Classical Violinist Sue In Kang.   We are very interested […]

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Boolean, 2018

  *Boolean is series of styrofoam sculpture constructed with specially designed hot-wire cutting instrument. Split from single rectangular block, left side is the void of the right side and vice versa. This is neither additive nor subtractive way of sculpting. Through multiple trials with the […]

SURFACE – Xbox controlled hot wire foam Cutter, 2017

A 3-axis hotwire CNC controlled by Xbox controller that enables people to sculpt styrofoam intuitively in a real-time flow.   Video of people cutting the foam during the exhibition Surface is a sculpting instrument controlled by a game controller that allows anyone to exert their […]

Hyundai Pavilion by Asif Khan, 2018

Hyundai Pavilion by Asif Khan Studio commissioned by Hyundai Motors Company for PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games 2018 introduced the darkest building on earth. As the world’s darkest building, the Hyundai Pavilion during the olympic game brought the automobile brand’s vision of future mobility to a […]

Computational Physics and Human Movement, 2017

This is a  performance project that exhibits in real-time, a process of a man counterbalancing with the computer motions through drawing. The Project experiments with 5 different computational senses, motions and analyse how different computational senses can impose different physical movements to human body. The […]

The door that opens when you smile

This Door only opens when you smile at it. Featured on Fast Codesign : https://www.fastcodesign.com/90107859/to-use-this-interface-just-smile The ‘smiling door’ began with curiosity on how the internal space could reflect on the mood of its users, and this door was proposed as a one of its experiment. “The focus of this project was to provide the audience an […]

Boolean column, 2018

*Boolean is series of styrofoam sculpture cut with specially designed hot-wire cutting instrument that is controlled digitally by game controller. Split from single rectangular blocks, left side is the exact void of the right side and vice versa. This is neither additive nor subtractive way […]

A Bath of Mnemonic Vectors, 2016

A re-territorialised Japanese bathhouse in Hoxton translates the symmetries and asymmetries of shared memories into measurable architectural units. The project involves the author’s and his mother’s memories of one specific bathhouse in Korea, which are diagrammed, encoded and re-staged by masked actors, then digitally captured and algorithmically translated to […]

Reconstructing the Memory of Grandfather’s, 2016

This project explores a method of constructing an architectural space through gestural description. Relying on me and my cousin’s shared memory of my grandfather’s house, this project through Human Computer Interaction aim to convert our choreograph of describing the house into digital environment that is […]

Capturing movement, 2016

Converting the motion into mesh and 3d printable object. openCV + ofMesh +Grasshopper A webcam collects the information when the movement occurs. It does it by calculating frame differences which is the information of the changes made in pixels that webcam collects at each frame. […]

Capoeira Performing Device, 2014

Architectural reinterpretation of Brazilian martial art ‘Capoeira’. This was the first project of my second year at Bartlett school of architecture. Inspired by the movement of the capoeira and the characteristic of it being rhythmical yet energetic continuously changing its shape and re-forming the circles. […]