AIA Austin Charles Moore Endowed Scholarship, Fall 2017 - Spring 2018

Donghwan Kim is currently working as a Designer at CallisonRTKL Washington DC office. During his masters degree in UTSOA, he researched on sustainable design, historic preservation, and energy retrofit as a Graduate Research Assistant. He earned Bachelor of Architecture degreen in University of Seoul.

He specifically starts focusing on sustainable design for human and natural environment, for example, a facade system of tower, regenerative architecture, energy efficiency, public space, and renovation. He is now LEED Green Associate (August. 2017).

He is also interested in travel, photography, cities, and independent books. 

Education

  • M.Arch II - Sustainable Design, School of Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin (2018)
  • University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Architecture in Summer (2010)
  • B.Arch, Architectural Design, University of Seoul, South Korea (2012)

Publications

Kim, D. and Felkner, J. (2018), “A sustainable approach to the adaptive reuse of historic brick buildings: Analysis of energy efficiency strategies for historic facade retrofits,” in International Building Physics Conference (IBPC 2018).

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