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Urko Sánchez Architects · Color Design


Munich Concert Hall
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LEGO HOUSE, BIG
Almost Invisible School , ABLM architects
Church of Sharing, SEGWANG Architects
Seomun Hanok, WOOSUNG D&A
Jeju Sumang Cafe, The erets
CONCEPT
Volume. 224 Dec. 2017

Cover Photo LEGO House Iwan Baan

ARCHI Object 006

Special 014

Tectonic 056

Architects
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Concept

Competition 126

News 168

Index 174
CONCEPT
Volume. 224 Dec. 2017

ARCHI Object 006 MPavilion OMA

(W)ego MVRDV
LEGO HOUSE BIG
Special 014 The Almost Invisible School ABLM architects PUBLISHER & EDITOR Jeong Jiseong
Opening House Kipseli Architects
EDITORIAL
Chief of Editor_ Kim Dongjoo (ADF Architecture Design Force)
Han Gwangho (SAN Architects & Enginners)
The Church of Sharing SEGWANG Architects Kim Hyoman (IROJE KHM Architects)

Tectonic 056 Seomun Hanok WOOSUNG Design & Architecture Management_Yoon Gabjoong, Kim Yooncheol
Kim Kyoungmi · Jeong Moonho
Jeju Sumang Cafe The erets
Yang Eunyoung

EDITORIAL DESIGN
Jeong Moonyoung
Architects Urko Sánchez Architects
102 Tudor Apartments, SOS Children's Village In Djibouti
CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE
Concept Swahili Dreams, African Union Headquarters, Casuarina Apartments
Lee Kisun (The Magazine) · Kim Jaeyoon (Yadah)
MANAGEMENT DEPT. Son Miran
ADVERTISING Kang Seongkyu · Management_Hwang Injoo
MARKETING Hwang Injoo · Lee Inseob · Seong Kyewang
Zhangjiang Future Park MVRDV
OVERSEA MARKETING Monica Park
Munich Concert Hall
PHOTO James Jeong, Kim Hansoo and more
Cukrowicz Nachbaur Architekten ZT GMBH + Selected Works

Competition 126 Uijeongbu District Court - Namyangju Branch Court


HAENGLIM Architecture & Engineering
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Gangnam Fire Station Segok 119 Public Safety
Center D•LIM architects ADDRESS
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ARCHI Object
MPavilion

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Architects OMA_David Gianotten, Rem Koolhaas Location Queen Victoria Gardens, Melbourne, Australia Use Museum,
Gallery Project Team Laurence Bolhaar, Miguel Taborda, Paul Jones, Fedor Medek, Eve Hocheng Structural Engineer Arup
Builders Kane Construction Building Surveyors Gardener Group Landscape Architects Tract Client Naomi Milgrom
Foundation Photo John Gollings, Timothy Burgess, Courtesy of MPavilion Image courtesy of OMA

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MPavilion 2017 is a public venue with an intimate scale. Located in the Queen Victoria
Gardens in the center of Melbourne's Southbank Arts Precinct, the pavilion intends to draw
the community in and act as a cultural laboratory. OMA has designed a temporary structure
that, along with providing space for performances, entertainment and events, can also
perform itself. The pavilion's ground surface is shaped by two tribunes, one fixed, the other
movable, which together determine the setup of the performance space. The larger static
tribune is excavated from the surrounding landscape and embedded in 12 different species of
Australian flora, giving a sense of the local setting. The smaller tribune can rotate, allowing it
to shift functions from seating to stage and blur the distinction between actor and audience.

The main infrastructure of the pavilion, such as lighting and curtains, is placed in the
overarching canopy, a 2-meterhigh mechanical grid structure made of aluminum cladded
steel. The mechanics in the canopy can be activated per the type of event taking place; an
open-air venue for performances, entertainment and sports. Existing of both static and
dynamic elements, the pavilion allows for many configurations and can generate unexpected
programming, echoing the ideals of the typology of the amphitheater. With the city as a
backdrop, the MPavilion provokes discussion on Melbourne, its development, and its
surroundings. Written by OMA

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(W)ego Eindhoven, The Netherlands
MVRDV

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Architects MVRDV_Winy Maas Location Eindhoven, The Netherlands Use Installation
Collaborator The Why Factory (TU Delft) Client Dutch Design Week 2017 Photo Ossip van
Duivenbode (courtesy of MVRDV)

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The future city is flexible. Have you ever dreamed of sleeping suspended high in the air? How
would it feel to sleep inside a vertical hanging garden? What if your room was made of stairs?
Would you dare to sleep in a room that was a billboard? Or inside a shimmering grotto? What is
your dream room?

In this installation, nine rooms are made to fulfil these idealistic but egoistic perspectives in a
limited space. When confronted with the dreams of others, users must learn to negotiate with
eachother. How to defend your ideals? Users start to work with and around eachother and,
somehow, together create something that is even nicer. And with the surrounding intrusions
and negotiations, one begins to feel that something interesting is happening 'next door.' Why not
visit your neighbour? Thus, Ego becomes Wego.

The (W)ego installation represents a frozen moment in the living and flexible (W)ego vision. In
(W)ego a research platform from The Why Factory, future urban dwellings are capable of
adapting in real time to the users' needs. This vision is detailed in a film that plays in one of the
rooms of (W)ego.

(W)ego shows that evolutionary and flexible architecture is possible. That the most perfect
situation can be achieved at every moment, leading to an even more optimal use of our limited
urban space.

As an ambassador of Dutch Design Week 2017, Winy Maas curates with MVRDV, The Why
Factory, Gemeente Eindhoven, TU Eindhoven and Dutch Design Week four interventions
exploring the future of cities. Written by MVRDV

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LEGO HOUSE Billund, Denmark
BIG

Architects BIG Location Billund, Denmark Use Culture Facilities(Exhibition), Public Square Area 12,000m2 Collaborators
COWI, Dr. Luchinger+Meyer Bauingenieure, Jesper Kongshaug, Gade & Mortensen Akustik, e-Types Partners in Charge
Bjarke Ingels, Finn Nørkjær, Brian Yang Project Leader Brian Yang Project Manager Finn Nørkjær Project Architect Snorre
Nash Project Team Andreas Klok Pedersen, Agne Tamasauskaite, Annette Birthe Jensen, Ariel Joy Norback Wallner, Ask
Hvas, Birgitte Villadsen, Chris Falla, Christoffer Gotfredsen, Daruisz Duong Vu Hong, David Zahle, Esben Christoffersen,
Franck Fdida, Ioana Fartadi Scurtu, Jakob Andreassen, Jakob Ohm Laursen, Jakob Sand, Jakub Matheus Wlodarczyk,
Jesper Bo Jensen, Jesper Boye Andersen, Julia Boromissza, Kasper Reimer Hansen, Katarzyna Krystyna Siedlecka,
Katarzyna Stachura, Kekoa Charlot, Leszek Czaja, Lone Fenger Albrechtsen, Louise Bøgeskov Hou, Mads Enggaard Stidsen,
Magnus Algreen Suhr, Manon Otto, Marta Christensen, Mathias Bank Stigsen, Michael Kepke, Ole Dau Mortensen, Ryohei
Koike, Sergiu Calacean, Søren Askehave, Stefan Plugaru, Stefan Wolf, Thomas Jakobsen Randbøll, Tobias Hjortdal, Tommy
Bjørnstrup Client LEGO Photo Iwan Baan, Kim Christensen Drawing&Image BIG

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BIG and LEGO bring the toy scale of the classic LEGO brick to architectural scale with LEGO
House, forming vast exhibition spaces and public squares that embody the culture and values at
the heart of all LEGO experiences. Due to its central location in the heart of Billund, the 23 m tall
LEGO House is conceived as an urban space as much as an experience center. 21 overlapping
blocks are placed like individual buildings, framing a 2,000m2 LEGO square that is illuminated
through the cracks and gaps between the volumes. The plaza appears like an urban cave
without any visible columns and is publicly accessible, allowing visitors and citizens of Billund to
shortcut through the building. The LEGO square is energized by an urban character, welcoming
locals and visitors to the cafe, restaurant, LEGO store and conference facilities. Above the
square, a cluster of galleries overlap to create a continuous sequence of exhibitions. Each gallery
is color-coded in LEGO's primary colors so wayfinding through the exhibitions becomes a
journey through the color spectrum.

The first and second floors include four play zones arranged by color and programmed with
activities that represent a certain aspect of a child's learning: red is creative, blue is cognitive,
green is social, and yellow is emotional. Guests of all ages can have an immersive and interactive
experience, express their imagination, and not least be challenged by meeting other builders
from all over the world. The top of the building is crowned by the Masterpiece Gallery, a collection
of LEGO fans' beloved creations that pay tribute to the LEGO community. Written by BIG

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Ground Floor Plan 1st Floor Plan

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The Almost Invisible School Salamanca, Spain
ABLM architects

Architects ABLM architects_Arturo Blanco, Laura Martinez Location Villares de la Reina, Salamanca, Spain Use Education
Area 2,600m2 Bldg. Scale 1F Structure Concrete Max. Height 7.00m Landscape Area 5,000m2 Parking Lot 20 Cars
Collaborator Sergio Azofra, Verónica Fernández, Inés Gutiérrez, Isaac Bachiller, Nacho Alonso Quantity Surveyor Ángel
Garcia Structure Enginering Jacinto de la Riva Mechanical Enginering Fernando Águado, Miguel Angel Sanz Client Junta
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In the metropolitan area of the city of Salamanca, the municipality of Villares de la Reina stands
out for its transformation during the last decades as it has one of the industrial estates of the city.
The changes have partly disfigured the scale and transformed the material landscape
conditions.

The almost invisible school proposes a reflection on the domestic scale of this kind of
infrastructures, where the little ones must find spaces that they can catch, and places with which
they can dream.

The accessible plan from the outside, is a large ceramic plinth made up of vertical pieces with
seven colors made by Toni Cumella, which symbolize, at the same time, the singularity and the
equality of each boy and each girl, collecting and enclosing the scale of the courtyards and play
areas.

The upper areas are coated with a StacbondR composite aluminum finished mirror panel.
These surfaces fade reflecting the sky and also the perimeter trees making this second level,
necessary in the program, disappears like a magic game, and the school infrastructure recovers
more domestic scales. Written by ABLM architects

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Opening House Attica, Greece
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Architects Kipseli Architects_Kirki Mariolopoulou Location Stamata, Attica, Greece Use Residence Area 250m2 Bldg. Scale
B1, 4F Structure Concrete Structure Max. Height 12.50m Project Team Maria Melidi, Maria Tsouma Photo George
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Located on the northern east suburbs of Athens in Greece, the house is designed in a vertical
axis due to the building coverage ratio. Therefore each floor has a specific use; the ground and
first floor become the house's living spaces and kitchen area with both direct accesses to the
exterior landscape due to the sloped lot. The bedrooms are on the second floor along with a
small playroom and the master bedroom is on the top floor connected with the roof terrace. This
four-storey rectangular volume opens up in order to welcome light and life inside the house. The
north facade swings slightly in order to absorb the west sunlight and at the same time encloses
the main entrance and stairway of the house along with the lift and the house’s atrium. The
opening gesture is underlined by using bright orange color on the hypotenuse wall of the triangle
and raising the sense of an "ablaze" space. The colored wall is light-washed from above, and
reflected upon all adjacent walls, creating a warm color filter that travels through the whole
house. This triangle shaped space, is an interstitial void that connects the circulation zone with
the private and living spaces, thus becomes the most influential and significant part of the house.

Now let's start from the beginning... The owner is a young man who is just about to start his
family dream, his favorite movie is Star Wars and his favorite game is Rubik's cube, therefore a
color palette of white, blue, green, red, yellow and orange (Rubik colors), has been carefully
chosen. The living space becomes white, both bedrooms are painted green and yellow, the
bathroom is covered with bright red tiles, and blue details- furniture, are carefully scattered
throughout the house. It’s like the architect decided to start a color "war" with the dominating
diffused orange color. The house becomes a personal experience, physically and emotionally.
The result is a dramatic architectural experience that pleases the playful owner's eye as it
creates an elegant whimsical house that will accommodate his own galaxy of heroes. Written by
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Ground Floor Plan 1st Floor Plan

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The Church of Sharing Seomun Hanok

SEGWANG Architects WOOSUNG Design & Architecture

When I first met the pastor of The Church of Sharing in Gyeryong City, the pastor asked me to design Seomun Hanok is located near Seomun Market, the largest market in Yeongnam area. At day time,
a church that could give dreams to church youth and that people who does not believe in the church this is the optimal area for Seomun Market and Daegu Modern culture alley tour and at night time,
wants to visit. We planned a baptistery to represent the symbolism of the church at the intersection for Seomun Market night tour. Using the complicated back way of Seomun Market and the existing
of the two boulevards, and symbolically expressed that the aluminum BAR was a child inherited topology on the narrow and sloped land crowded with shopping center and houses, we planned
from God DNA in spiral form. Seomun Hanok.
W O R K S + D E S I G N

TECTONIC

Jeju Sumang Cafe

The erets

Sumang cafe is located on the road side of middle mountain area heading for Seoguipo from
Mt.Halla and there was a warehouse with 50PY used for tangerine warehouse in the land. A couple
of owner wanted to use a half of the tangerine warehouse for house and the rest half for cafe and
church and doll working place. It is our homework to make a remodeling of warehouse and accept
three different programs such as house, cafe and church, doll working place etc.
The Church of Sharing Gyeryong-si, Korea
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Architects SEGWANG Architects_Choi Kiyoung Location 14-3, Geumam-dong, Gyeryong-si,
Chungcheongnam-do, Korea District Central Commercial Area Use Religious Facilities
(Church) Site Area 1,452.30m2 Bldg. Area 1,010.09m2 Gross Floor Area 4,821.51m2 Bldg.
Coverage Ratio 69.55% Gross Floor Ratio 241.16% Bldg. Scale B1, 6F Structure S.R.C. Max.
Height 50.40m Parking Lot 38 Cars Exterior Finish Sandstone Project Team An Okgyun,
Jang Sungchul, Shin Jaemin Construction Sunil Construction Client The Church of Sharing
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When I first met the pastor of The Church of Sharing in Gyeryong City, the pastor asked me to
design a church that could give dreams to church youth and that people who does not believe in
the church wants to visit.

We planned a baptistery to represent the symbolism of the church at the intersection of the two
boulevards, and symbolically expressed that the aluminum BAR was a child inherited from God
DNA in spiral form. A lot of curves are planned on the front and side, and natural sandstone is
used as the cladding to make it a soft, getatable, and friendly church.

On each floor, we planned a concert hall, a chapel, a restaurant, a cafe, and other educational
facilities. On the top floor, an astronomical observatory capable of observing the stars was
installed to provide a culture center for residents by raising the dreams of youth and providing
culture, welfare, and educational space to local residents. Written by SEGWANG Architects

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1. Worship Room
2. Preparation Room
3. Studio
4. Church School
5. Kindergarten
6. Group Room
7. Teacher's Room
8. Office
9. Storage
10. Elevator
11. Parking Lot

1st Floor Plan

1. Parking Lot
2. Storage
3. Hall
4. Elevator
5. Deaconess Room
6. Pump Room
7. Machine Room
8. Tank Room

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2. Studio
3. Church Nursery
4. Hall
5. Elevator
6. Group Room
7. Youth Group
Room

4th Floor Plan

1. Worship
Concert Hall
2. Choir Loft
3. Instrument Storage
4. Office
5. Council Room
6. Group Room
7. Hall
8. Elevator
9. Choir Room
10. Mission Work Room

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1. Book Cafe
2. Reception Room
3. Kitchen
4. Hall
5. Elevator
6. Minister's Office
7. Lounge
8. Guest House
9. Bedroom

6th Floor Plan

1. Restaurant
2. Room
3. Kitchen
4. Food Storage
5. Lounge
6. Hall
7. Elevator
8. Guest House
9. Bedroom

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Seomun Hanok Daegu, Korea
WOOSUNG Design & Architecture

Architects WOOSUNG Design & Architecture Location Daesin-dong, Jung-gu, Daegu, Korea Use Cafe, Guest House Site
Area 435.00m2 Bldg. Area 152.16m2 Gross Floor Area 227.82m2 Bldg. Scale 3F Structure R.C., Wood Structure Exterior Finish
Brick, Basalt, Lime-plastered Wall Project Team WOOSUNG D&A_Kim Dong-yeon, Kim Youngjae, Sung Miyoung, Seo
Hyeryung Interior Design KASE Design_Noh Kyungwoo Construction Kangsan Construction_Jeong Judong, Jeon Hyungmin
Client Daegu Traditional Market Service Agency Photo CONCEPT_James Jeong

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SEOMUN HANOK is located near Seomun Market, the largest market in Yeongnam area. At day
time, this is the optimal area for Seomun Market and Daegu Modern culture alley tour and at
night time, for Seomun Market night tour. Using the complicated back way of Seomun Market
and the existing topology on the narrow and sloped land crowded with shopping center and
houses, we planned Seomun Hanok.

The coffee shop of modern building is the foundation on which two stories of Hanok are placed
that completed the harmony of modern building and traditional building. The roof top of modern
building is provided as a yard of Hanok which can be an area-friendly open space used as the
place of communication and meeting with local residents. In addition, on the top of hill, the
Hanok guest house of traditional building is placed like a pavilion which provides the unique
resting area to the visitors who visit Seomun Market. Written by WOOSUNG Design & Architecture

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1. Cafe
2. Lounge
3. Toilet
4. Shower Room
5. Corridor

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2nd Floor Plan

1. Living Room
2. Bedroom
3. Bathroom
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Jeju Sumang Cafe Jeju-do, Korea
The erets

Architects The erets_Jang Boyoon Location 360-5, Sumang-ri, Namwon-eup, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do,
Korea Use Single Residence, Neighbourhood Living Facilities Site Area 661m2 Bldg. Area 198.56m2
Gross Floor Area 239.02m2 Bldg. Scale 2F Structure Masonry Construction, Light-Weight Steel
Frame Exterior Finish Stucco, Cedar Board, Color Steel Plate Project Team The erets_Jang Boyun,
Pakr Hyojung Construction The erets_Park Yohan, Kwon Taehoon, Park Han, Son Juhyun, Lim
Donghyuk, Seol Seonggwan, Kim Jimbum, Yoo Byunghyun Client Hwang Insun, Chae Jeong-eun
Photo CONCEPT_James Jeong

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Sumang cafe is located on the road side of middle mountain area heading for Seoguipo from
Mt.Halla and there was a warehouse with 50PY used for tangerine warehouse in the land. A
couple of owner wanted to use a half of the tangerine warehouse for house and the rest half for
cafe and church and doll working place. It is our homework to make a remodeling of warehouse
and accept three different programs such as house, cafe and church, doll working place etc.

The existing warehouse building has the structure of cement and brick and the trust was formed
with structure wood. Dividing 1/3 of warehouse for house and the remaining part for cafe or
church and the doll working place for his wife was planned to extend in the yard of the house.
The main resident area was planned with duplex type due to the lack of area with the first floor.
The cafe area exposed the wooden truss supporting the existing roof as it was which shows the
time of warehouse.

When designing, the part that we focused on the most is the glass terrace toward to the roadside
of warehouse. As the land is located on the roadside from which the village starts, we wanted to
see the building visually from the road and at night, it can be the building emitting the light and
the lighting of the village. To do this, we erected the cross structure with H-beam on the side
toward to the road and constructed the glass so that the structure is exposed as it was. Written by
Jang Boyoon

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Roof Floor Plan

North Elevation

East Elevation

Annxed Workroom - East Elevation Annxed Workroom - West Elevation

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1. Cafe
2. Cafe-kitchen
3. Living Room
4. Kitchen
5. Family Room
6. Master Bedroom
7. Bathroom
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2. Cafe
3. Cafe-kitchen
4. Workroom
5. Storage
6. Bathroom
7. Living Room
8. Master Bedroom
9. Kithcen
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architect concept

Urko Sánchez Architects


Urko Sánchez Architects is an award-winning architectural firm renowned for excellence in design and selected among the best practices in
Africa. Based in Kenya and Spain, the firm has undertaken projects throughout East Africa, Europe and Middle East.
The team at Urko Sánchez Architects is flexible, multicultural and boasts stellar local and international trackrecords. Principal Urko Sánchez has
a wealth of experience, having traveled extensively and accomplished projects in multiple contexts. Urko uses his broad experience to craft an
innovative and versatile architectural outlook for every unique project.
In addition, the firm is deeply committed to environmental stewardship, and for each project, the team considers the cultural roots of the
structure, and how the building will be best integrated into its environment: the view, the indigenous materials, and the flow of the
surroundings.
Tudor Apartments
Urko Sánchez Architects
Mombasa, Kenya

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Architects Urko Sánchez Architects Location Tudor Creek,
Mombasa, Kenya Use Apartments Exterior Finish White Plaster,
Coral Stone Cladding, Wood Photo Javier Callejas

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Tudor Apartments is a development that prides itself in its innovative architecture, showing
its attachment to Mombasa's history by borrowing inspiration from the rich traditions of
Swahili design. This development project is committed to harmonizing Mombasa's past,
present and future. The proposal is an intimate development of 14 apartments, all offering
breath-taking panoramic views on the creek. We developed aniconic building, with
innovation of architectural designs, highest standards of product finishes, luxurious,
contemporary lifestyle, and respect for the natural and local heritage.

The plot's slope and its narrow shape guided our design to minimize the building's impact.
The steep drop towards the creek, on the lower part of the plot, was saved with three distinct
and unique patio houses, stepped one into the other. On top of filtering light, the patios allow
ventilation via permeable wood lattices facing the water. They are accessible via lateral
stairs that descend towards the creek, passing by an integrated gym at the bottom, and
arriving to an infinity pool. A measured distance from the neighbours and the road give the
building a well-weighted impact, for it to be present but not overwhelming in the scenery.
This way, the apartments block, enveloped with its protective skin, rises facing the road,
overlooking the creek, and topped with a penthouse.

We designed the mucharabiah skin following a study of different traditional patterns. It


serves for the privacy in relation to the surroundings, and for the filtered, natural light we
wanted for the houses. This skin wraps itself around the apartments block, leaving its
Northern faCade free, with balconies facing the sea and taking full advantage of the breath-
taking scenery. Spatially, this skin also redirects people°Øs local tendency to put bars on their
windows, becoming itself the border and the filter. Sometimes the direct limit of the internal
house spaces, the shell is at other times a first filter of sunlight and heat, doubled by internal
handcrafted wood-lattice shutters. In this way, light is generous and heat is broken down.
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South-East Elevation

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SOS Children's Village In Djibouti
Urko Sánchez Architects
Tadjourah, Djibouti

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Architects Urko Sánchez Architects Location Tadjourah, Djibouti Use Housing Facility Collaborator Estrella de Andrés, John
Andrews Client SOS The Children, INTERNATIONAL Photo Javier Callejas

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We were approached by SOS Kinderdorf for a compound of 15 houses for children, to run
their family-strengthening programmes, as they are an international NGO committed to
caring for children, orphaned or in need, and to provide them with a permanent home and
family. The project was to take place in Tadjourah, on the coast of Djibouti, in the horn of
Africa, not far from where the hottest temperature ever was recorded. This very hot and dry
climate will be a determining aspect in our design solution.

> COMMUNITY AND TRADITIONS


As traditionally nomads in the desert, the local residents' relationship with open space is
essential and many activities take place there. Going against the contemporary flow of
minimal open space, we made sure every house had one that was private enough for it to
become an integral part of the home and of everyday life. Moreover, and much like a
traditional medina, the houses all look inwards: the compound is a walled quarter, providing
intimacy, and a sense of community and security, well-adapted to the social and
environmental context.

>VENTILATION AND THERMAL COMFORT


It is a traditional typology in hot climates. Its typical narrow streets and optimal orientations
are a great solution for passive and effective ventilation, to render the extreme climate
habitable. We conducted a very detailedstudy for an optimal natural ventilation: by the
orientation of alleys, the "ventilation corridors", and by the openings, big or small, in the
surfaces of the houses. In critical points, and when it wasn't possible to have a free flow of
air, we created tall ventilation shafts, which we called "wind catcher towers": they "catch"
the wind and direct it into the room, hence keeping a refreshing air flow in the interior
spaces. It was experimental and turned out quite efficient. Written by Urko Sánchez Architects

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Swahili Dreams
Urko Sánchez Architects
Lamu, Kenya

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Architects Urko Sánchez Architects Location Lamu, Kenya Use
Apartments Area 1,600m2 Project Team Blanca Sánchez-
Balgoma, Verónica García Iguaz Client Swahili Dreams Ltd.
Kenya Photo Javier Callejas

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Swahili Dreams is a luxurious, eco-friendly building fusing contemporary architecture and
lifestyle, and Swahili tradition. Taking the scheme of condominiums, the project sits in the
heart of the town of Lamu and consists of nine living units, each with one or two bedrooms. It
adopts the old flavor of the Island, while being innovative in its all-modern facilities, and
environmental design.

Context : Lamu
Lamu, Kenya, is the oldest surviving Swahili town in East Africa, with a culture born from
African, Arab and Asian heritage, and an architecture still, to a great extent, intact. On the
coast of the Indian Ocean, it is designated a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO. The Old
Town, where the Swahili Dreams are, is a maze of typical narrow, quiet, shady and fresh
streets, with twisted alleyways. Houses are distinct for their courtyard configuration,
surrounded by thick, coral stone walls and accessible through characteristic, elaborately
carved wooden doors. Swahili Dreams takes part in the ongoing development of the Lamu
Corridor and starts an offer of modern, secure, eco-friendly lifestyle.

Integration to context
By articulating the project around, we created an ensemble born from the morphology of the
townscape and perfectly integrated to it. Through offsets and setbacks, the volumes are
simple and harbor a clean, white geometry. Material distinction, between plaster finish and
coral stone walls, amplifies the variation of the project while using local materials and know-
how. The aim, overall, was to create a building with a fragmented geometry at the scale of
Lamu. The houses are oriented for optimal views: from strategically-positioned windows, and
ample but private terraces, including ones on the rooftop, the building frames views over
Lamu Town, the Indian Ocean, and the neighboring Manda Island. Written by Urko Sánchez
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African Union Headquarters
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Architects Urko Sánchez Architect + Symbion ltd + Urban Savanna Design Studio Location Nairobi, Kenya Use Headquarters
Project Team Urko Sánchez Architect_Blanca Sánchez-Balgoma, Ana Núñez, Paloma Montero de Espinosa, María
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We use the elephant herd as metaphor of the African Union. The elephant being a very
symbolic animal, with strong links to many different African communities. Respected,
powerful, admired, it is also a symbol of conservation and the future of Africa.

Inspiration for this project is derived from the African landscape and at large it°Øs largest in
habitant, the endangered African elephant. This historic bush mammal is the largest living
terrestrial animal on earth known to be powerful, compassionate and highly intelligent,
embodying core attributes of the African people. Sadly the population of this African icon is
steadily dwindling at an alarming rate due to a poaching crisis on the continent. As a result,
Kenya has played a significant role in the conservation of these great mammals and their
natural environments. Similarly through our design, we take this initiative one step further by
paying homage to this great African icon and its future on the African landscape.

The African continent is going through radical physical and cultural transformation where it is
important that we conserve our heritage but also the future through innovation. Under a
conducive climate and ideal orientation, our site allows the architecture of our proposal to
incorporate a state of the art office building (the African elephant) and garden terraces (the
African landscape) boasting stunning views towards the Aberdares mountain range.

The offices and associated support facilities are designed to be open and transparent which
allows for a pleasant green work environment which sits in line with international practice.
This is a new way of working! The green terraces allow for work, interaction and recreation
whilst integrating simple environmental solutions for natural ventilation, lighting and
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Casuarina Apartments
Urko Sánchez Architect
Malindi, Kenya

Here we have two apartment buildings in Malindi, situated in quite a tight space and in a
neighborhood which is going to develop further in ways we can't foresee. Therefore, our
primary concerns were maximizing the views and allowing for natural ventilation. By
controlling these aspects of atmosphere and construction, we could better protect the
residential complex from future construction.
Our initial approach has been to build a “block” that intrinsically incorporates many features
of Swahili architecture, meaning that it is closed to the outside, open to the inside, achieved
primarily through internal courtyards and gardens. But our intention is to do this on a scale
more tremendous than is typical of Islamic style, creating a huge gate at the entrance with
high surrounding walls that safeguard the interior courtyards. These overflow with terraces
of flowers and vegetation around a gigantic pool. Featured timber or Mashrabiyas lattice
wooden accents will enhance the traditional style. Casuarina Apartments will come in three
different models - one, two and three bedrooms - all of this with wide terraces overlooking
the splendid courtyard and gardens. Written by Urko Sánchez Architects

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Architects Urko Sánchez Architects Location Malindi, Kenya Use Apartments Project Team Estrella de Andrés, Borja
Arellano, Raúl Gantes Client Casuarina Breeze Ltd. Kenya Rendering Edwin Seda + Urko Sánchez Architects

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International

Zhangjiang Future Park Munich Concert Hall

MVRDV Cukrowicz Nachbaur Architekten ZT GMBH

Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park was established as a site for business From the complicated jumble of styles and eras that characterise
enterprises, R&D companies and education institutions who the former industrial neighbourhood, our project emerges as a
operate within the world of high-technology and innovation. The new urban landmark. Looming over the long-established
goal of this project is to provide the community with public roofscape, the new concert hall is at once incisive and assertive,
facilities that are lacking in the area: a social centre where strong and independent, restrained and self-evident: a new
people can meet, gather, talk, learn, play and enjoy each other's presence in the cityscape, but in a familiar guise.
company in a high-quality and beautiful setting.
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Uijeongbu District Court - Namyangju Gangnam Fire Station Segok 119 Dongjak Senior Welfare Center
Branch Court Public Safety Center
The retreat of building by sunshine that occurs in the
With the concept of "right and all" that means the "court that Segok 119 safety center is located on the border of downtown characteristic of residential area was used as functional and
communicates with the right attitude", we realized the court and nature. It allowed us to solve the conflicted purpose 'the aesthetic design element of interior/exterior space. The natural
beloved by the people and the court that communicates by safety of residential area and privacy protection of residential texture bricks were selected as major material and we intended
breaking the stereotyped and inflexible image of the court. We area' naturally by the condition of land. The aluminum pipe of 120 to suggest the warm and refined image to the urban landscape
planned the open and integrated lobby space harmonized with mm diameter was used to represent the symbolic image of 119 by laminating various textures according to the masonry method.
the image of the judiciary and the court and office space were center.
finished with right and all.
International Competition WINNER

Zhangjiang Future Park Shanghai, China


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Architects MVRDV_Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs, Nathalie de Vries Location Zhangjiang District, Shanghai, China Use Park, Cultural
Facilities (Library, Art Center, Performance Center, Sport Center) Gross Floor Area 56,000m 2 (Plazas_10,000m 2 +
Buildings_37,000m2) Project Team Nathalie de Vries, Wenchian Shi, Marta Pozo Gil, Marco Gazzola, Lorenzo Mattozzi, Enrico
Pintabona, Chiara Girolami, Shengjie Zhan, Cai Zheli, Cosimo Scotucci, Wenzhao Jia, Emma Rubeillon, Chi Zhang, Ray Zhu, Chi Li
Visualization Antonio Luca Coco, Paolo Mossa Idra, Costanza Cuccato, Davide Calabrò, Pavlos Ventouris, Tomaso Maschietti Co-
Architect ISA Architecture Landscape Architect Openfabric Designers Francesco Garofalo, Jacopo Gennari Feslikenian, Maria
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Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park is located in the Pudong district of Shanghai, China. It was
established in 1992 as a site for business enterprises, R&D companies and education
institutions who operate within the world of high-technology and innovation. The goal of this
project is to provide the community with public facilities that are lacking in the area: a social
centre where people can meet, gather, talk, learn, play and enjoy each other's company in a
high-quality and beautiful setting.

The MVRDV project for Future Park aims at inserting a new urban complex that on the one
hand expresses Zhangjiang's current character and on the other hand expresses its future
ambitions. Future Park will be located on an island, at the crossroads of valuable green areas
and water bodies. The concept stems from a combination of nature, culture and
entertainment to provide the area not just with services, but with a recognizable destination.

A smart combination of these two aspects is at the core of the proposal. High-quality public
space and leisure activities are integrated in a park setting. The proposal combines the
relaxation coming from a natural setting with the intense excitement of a city centre. The
project consists of a vertical layering of the two conditions. Park lawns and urban plazas are
set at two different levels and have very different and recognizable characters. They are
strongly connected by multiple paths that allow visitors to easily move from one to the other.
Together they form a new hybrid morphology which responds flexibly to the needs of the
Zhangjiang community at any time of the week.

The building volumes gently blend into the landscape and provide the park with activities.
Multiple access points converge towards the main central square, providing each a different
perception of the site. The design proposal forms an intriguing silhouette, a recognizable
collection of buildings that emerge from the park: a crack in the landscape that produces
urban life. People are able to walk not just around the buildings, but even on top of them,
therefore experiencing radically different perspectives of the site. The green roofs
programme is as lively and diverse as the park programme and strongly integrated with the
buildings' functions. Written by MVRDV

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International Competition WINNER

Munich Concert Hall Munich, Germany


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Architects Cukrowicz Nachbaur Architekten ZT GMBH Location Munich, Germany Use Cultural Facilities (Concert Hall)
Project Team Andreas Cukrowicz, Anton Nachbaur-Sturm, Martin Ladinger, Michael Mayer, Tobias Beyrer, Johanna
Brunner, Gregor Benz, Dominik Hofstetter Collaborator Quiring Consultants Aldrans, Knippers Helbig Advanced
Engineering Stuttgart, GMI Ing. Peter Messner GmbH Dornbirn, KUB Fassadentechnik Schwarzach, Bau-Data Josef
Mahlknecht Feldkirch, SM-Modellbau Bregenz. Client Bavaria State Government, the Bavarian State Ministry for Education,
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Different from every angle, Munich Concert Hall variously evokes a marquee or a production
hall, perhaps even a temple or a cathedral. The form is open to interpretation and various
uses - at its best, the building is a protected but pulsating home for the zenith of cultural
achievement in musical form. On the other hand, the building offers the peaceful and
contemplative setting of a temple to foster the perception of music and, indeed, of oneself. In
the collective mind, the concert hall serves as an auditory repository and venue for
concentrated musical pursuit. This is a new archetype, provided for people with a shared
vocation. To reflect on what is essential - the basic virtues of quality and aspiration -
spectacle is unnecessary.

From afar, the concert hall is conceived as a strong stalwart: the steep roof pitch combines
with the height to make the volume assertive. Just as a cathedral emits lofty charisma across
its profane neighbours, Munich Concert Hall uses its sculptural form to create a sense of
identity and a highly recognisable icon. Nevertheless, the human scale at ground level
prevents the building from seeming unapproachable. When near, the building reads as a
component embedded in the life of its surroundings; resonating with and enriching the wider
neighbourhood.

We found glass to be the material which can bridge between various uses, functions and
expressions. The building absorbs the changing sky and ambient light, and then reflects light
and colour back. Depending on the time, weather and viewing angle, the building may reveal
a little of the goings on within. As dusk sets in, the concert hall becomes a lantern: a glowing
festival marquee and cathedral of music.

The decision to place the auditoria on top of each other served to reduce the building's
footprint, making it the focal point of its own public square. The levels are divided according
to public or private function across three zones: foyer - auditorium - backstage/administration.
A simple ring structure of core and mantle is thereby created, in which various functions
encircle the auditoria across multiple floors. The main auditorium is based on the 'rectangular
theatre' archetype. This classic music venue typology is, in addition to being comparatively
compact, the best possible environment for the specified 1,800-1,920 spectators. Its
geometry offers exceptional acoustics, unsurpassed by any alternative room shapes.
Furthermore, we have evolved the archetype, shifting the podium slightly towards the centre
of the auditorium in order to minimise the distance to the audience and to place spectators
alongside the conductor and the musicians. No seat is more than 32m from the first violin.
The small auditorium is fitted for 600 seated and 900 standing guests, and strictly follows the
'black box' architype. Written by Cukrowicz Nachbaur Architekten ZT GMBH

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Munich Concert Hall International Competition 2nd

PFP Planungs

Model Photo Hans-Joachim Wuthenow


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Munich Concert Hall International Competition 3rd

David Chipperfield Architects

Model Photo Hans-Joachim Wuthenow


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Munich Concert Hall International Competition 4th

3XN Designs

Model Photo Hans-Joachim Wuthenow


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Munich Concert Hall International Competition 5th

Staab Architekten

Model Photo Hans-Joachim Wuthenow


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Munich Concert Hall International Competition Recognition

Christ Gantenbein
Model Photo Hans-Joachim Wuthenow
Image Christ Gantenbein, courtesy of Freistaat Bayern

Henning Larsen Architects


Model Photo Hans-Joachim Wuthenow
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Munich Concert Hall International Competition Recognition

Mecanoo International
Model Photo Hans-Joachim Wuthenow
Image Mecanoo International, courtesy of Freistaat Bayern

Zaha Hadid Architects


Model Photo Hans-Joachim Wuthenow
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Domestic Competition WINNER

Uijeongbu District Court - Namyangju Branch Court

HAENGLIM Architecture & Engineering

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Architects HAENGLIM Architecture & Engineering_Lee Yongho Location 229-21, Jigeum-dong, Namyangju-si, Gyeonggi-do,
Korea District Semi-residential Area, Urban Design District Use Office Facilities Site Area 18,000.00m2 Bldg. Area
4,195.04m2 Gross Floor Area 19,784.37m2 (Ground 16,608.01m2, Underground 3,176.36m2) Bldg. Coverage Ratio 23.31%
Gross Floor Ratio 92.27% Bldg. Scale Office_B1, 8F + Accommodation_B1, 2F Structure R.C. Max. Height 42.00m Parking
Lot 217 Cars (Ground 156Cars, Underground 61Cars) Exterior Finish THK30 Granite Stone, THK24 Low-E Double Glazing
Project Team Lee Sanghyeok, Yoon Seungmin, Park Chanwon, Kim Daeyong, Kim Jungpyo, Jeon Deokhwa, Park Jeongjun,
Choi Siein, Kim Kyoungwook, Lee Sunghyuk Client National court Administration

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Historically, NAMYANGJU is the geomantic region where the tombs of king including King
Kojong are located and the right spirit of ancestors has been succeeded, which symbolizes
the court trusted by the people as the fair equilibrium beauty of the law was expressed in the
restrained form.
A plan of court that communicates with user by improvement of one-stop service of civil
petitioner and introduction of interior and exterior garden for judges and staffs so that citizens
in the city and country complex city that communicates between regions spatially can
approach easily and stay comfortably.

Around the access axle, we divided the civil service area and staff area clearly and made the
wide access plaza in the front, and familiar resting garden in the back side and the green park
on the east to connect the surrounding environment.
The first floor above is divided into court and civil service area around the integrated lobby
and the civil service facilities are arranged intensively to improve one-stop service. The
second floor has the rooms related to arbitration and a divorce by agreement and the public
welfare facility is connected with external space to raise the utilization. The third floor is
divided into civil court and criminal court and the exclusive core was planned to increase the
convenience. The restaurant is located near the Meeting Room and in front of it, the lounge
is located to prevent the crowdedness. The fourth floor secured the space efficiently to
realize the zero error and electronic court and extend the court. For the top part, the office
area was zoning by floor considering the business relation with judge and the lounge was
introduced near the judge core to create the specialized space only for judges. The
underground floor is established for escort moving line and smooth carry-in/out of freights.
For the movement line of vehicles, the staffs and the civil parking lot are divided, and the civil
parking lot to be operated elastically according to the concentration of court was introduced.
The civil service facility was arranged near the bus stop for pedestrians and the internal
movement line plan was arranged considering the security inside. We planned the open and
integrated lobby space harmonized with the image of the judiciary and the court and office
space were finished with right and all. Written by HAENGLIM Architecture & Engineering

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Domestic Competition WINNER

Gangnam Fire Station Segok 119 Public Safety Center

D•LIM architects
Architects D•LIM architects Location 268-5, Yulhyeon-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea District 1st General Residential
Area, Urban Design District, Public Housing Area Use Public Facilities (Fire Station) Site Area 1,197m2 Bldg. Area 590.23m2
Gross Floor Area 1,241.69m2 Bldg. Coverage Ratio 49.31% Gross Floor Ratio 98.70% Bldg. Scale B1, 3F Structure R.C. Max.
Height 16.2m Landscape Area 182.97m2 Parking Lot 6 Cars Exterior Finish ø120 Aluminum Pipes, Red Brick, Exposed
Concrete, THK24 Low-E Double Glass Project Team Kim Youngcheon, Kim Wanki, Jeong Huikyung Client Gangnam Fire
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Segok 119 safety center is located on the border of downtown and nature. It allowed us to
solve the conflicted purpose 'the safety of residential area and privacy protection of
residential area' naturally by the condition of land. On the southward area facing to the skirt
of Mt.Daemoern, the office and waiting room are located and on the northward area, the
garage is arranged. The garage facing the wide road of 6 lanes is safe as there is wide
waiting space with 10m width. On the center of building facing to the garage, the stair is
located which can join the mobilization movement line in the shortest distance. In the waiting
room for female staffs, there are shower room and a terrace open to the south. The mobility
waiting room, meeting room, room for center manager arranged in the second floor
surrounded by the garage has a big window to monitor the status of mobilization. On the
third floor, a training room and restaurant are located and the roof of garage is punched. The
training room projected from the building was made with red bricks and gable roof which is
assimilated friendly with surrounding. The aluminum pipe of 120 mm diameter was used to
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Domestic Competition WINNER

Dongjak Senior Welfare Center

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Architects YAHO ARCHITECTS_Yoon Ildo Location 36, Maebong-ro, Dongjak-gu, Seoul,
Korea Use Welfare Center Site Area 265.47m2 Bldg. Area 131.65m2 Gross Floor Area
677.46m2 Bldg. Coverage Ratio 49.59% Gross Floor Ratio 198.84% Bldg. Scale B1, 5F
Structure R.C. Parking Lot 3 Cars Exterior Finish Brick, Low-E Double Glazing Project Team
Baek Chunghyun, Lee Wookjae, Kim Yunjung Structure Engineering JIN Structure
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The retreat of building by sunshine that occurs in the characteristic of residential area was
used as functional and aesthetic design element of interior/exterior space. The natural
texture bricks were selected as major material and we intended to suggest the warm and
refined image to the urban landscape by laminating various textures according to the
masonry method. Considering the characteristic of land at the corner that three sides are
connected to the road, this building was designed considering the main road as well as the
landscape of residential area on the backside road.

To provide the healthy environment to the seniors, the location of core was arranged at the
north side and the southward space was arranged. To overcome the characteristic of narrow
site, the external deck space by floor created naturally after retreated to secure the sunlight
was used.

The senior citizen center was planned to give a comfort like a home considering the detached
house for the seniors. Considering the independent operation with welfare center, the
entrance movement line and yard area were arranged on the first floor so that it can be used
actively by connecting with the living room.

The welfare center arranged the community space everywhere to accept various programs.
Considering the physical characteristics of the seniors, we focused on the safe facility plan.
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Urko Sánchez Architects is an award-winning architectural firm renowned for excellence in design and selected among the best practices in Africa. Based in Kenya and
Spain, the firm has undertaken projects throughout East Africa, Europe and Middle East. The team at Urko Sánchez Architects is flexible, multicultural and boasts stellar
local and international trackrecords. Principal Urko Sánchez has a wealth of experience, having traveled extensively and accomplished projects in multiple contexts. his
broad experience to craft an innovative and versatile architectural outlook for every unique project.

Seomun Hanok, WOOSUNG Design & Architecture_Kim Dong-yeon /


Kim Dong-yeon graduated from Kyungpook National University Graduate School of Architecture and founded WOOSUNG DESIGN & ARCHITECTURE in 2010. He is a
regular member of Korea Institute of Registered Architects, Daegu Construction Management Supervision and Operation Council, and Daegu Interior Designers
Association. Also he is a professor at Daegu University of Arts.

(W)ego + Zhangjiang Future Park, MVRDV /

MVRDV was set up in Rotterdam in 1993 by Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs and Nathalie de Vries. MVRDV engages globally in providing solutions to contemporary
architectural and urban issues. The work of MVRDV is exhibited and published worldwide and receives international awards. Together with Delft University of Technology
MVRDV runs The Why Factory, an independent think tank and research institute providing argument for architecture and urbanism by envisioning the city of the future.

Jeju Sumang Cafe, The erets_Jang Boyoon /

The erets is founded in 2012 to dream of innovation in architectural culture through the company's vision that all clients, designers, and builders alike are shalom in all
processes from design to construction based on trust. There are companies in Seoul(HQ) and Jeju Island, and design and construction are proceeding as ONE-STOP.
Jang Boyoon graduated from Hong-ik University Graduate School of Architecture. Currently she is working as head of the Jeju branch office design team.

The Church of Sharing, SEGWANG Architects_Choi Kiyoung /


Choi Kiyoung graduated in Chonbuk National University, Department of Architectural Engineering. He is the head principal of SEGWANG Architects. Sekwang Architects
is a company specialized in the construction of churches. Through the construction of churches, the church is making efforts not only as a limited space for religious
worship but also as a space for welfare culture. He has conducted more than 150 church projects, including Peace Church, Eunpa Church, New Hope Church.

Uijeongbu District Court - Namyangju Branch Court, HAENGLIM Architecture & Engineering_Lee Yongho /

Haenglim Architecture advances an architecture that stimulates and inspires; an architecture that tells the story of places, of institutional aspiration, and of synergy
between the natural and built realm. Pursuing a harmony of sites and programs, holistic function and essential components, We derive aesthetic integrity, an enduring
and innovative design character through continuous exploration. We orchestrate a partnership fully and precisely with clients, professional consultants, and our staff, in
order to galvanize the best resources of innovation and experience.

Gangnam Fire Station Segok 119 Public Safety Center, D.LIM architects_Lim Yeonghwan, Kim Sunhyun /

D LIM architects is an architectural group led by its two founders, Yeonghwan Lim and Sunhyun Kim. Lim, a professor at Hongik University and a registered architect in
Pennsylvania, is responsible creative design. Lim received his master's degree from University of Pennsylvania. Kim holds a master’s degree in project management
from Harvard University and is responsible for the execution of projects.

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