Choul has worked for some seven years at architectural firms in Korea after graduating from Hanyang University (BA 1998, Seoul). With experience of environmental architectural studies in Sheffield University (MArch studies, 2004) and in Cambridge University (MPhil, 2005) in the UK, Choul is currently enrtolled in MPhil/PhD Programme with an aim to bridge between architectural engineering and environmental friendly design; to maximise user’s comfort and minimise building energy consumption without sacrificing architectural aesthetic.
Transitional Spaces: the role of sheltered semi-outdoor spaces as microclimatic modifiers on school buildings in the UK climate
Simos Yannas, Rosa Schiano-Phan
Field observations and extensive computer modelling and simulation studies combining thermal, airflow and daylighting analysis have provided design guidelines on how to achieve acceptable environmental conditions that allow outdoor spaces adjacent to school classrooms to be used as extension of the teaching space without adversely affecting natural light and fresh air supply to the parent building. PhD awarded 2012.