Space2 min gelesen
The Wave That Swept Into The Exhibition Hall
Upon entering the dimly-lit exhibition hall, one is met by a wave that exceeds the height of an adult to overwhelm the space with an explosive sound. Visitors chase after these waves in this panoramic azure-coloured sealine and enjoy a fleeting escap
Space4 min gelesen
A Tale Of The City, Gardens, And Walls
A cluster of houses surrounded by walls was once a familiar scene in our urban residential areas. A wall was the simplest architectural element able to separate a private area from a public one, and a garden surrounded by a wall was a common sight in
Space2 min gelesen
Archiving Seoul’s Design Chairs
Exploring the work of 16 furniture designers, ‘Seating Seoul’ was on show at Culture Station Seoul 284 from Aug. 25 to Sep. 26. As a project initiated by Culture Station Seoul 284 to support young designers and to provide exhibiting opportunities to
Space1 min gelesenEconomics
Doksan Library Remodeling
Architect Lim Yeonghwan (Hongik University) + D.LIM architects (Kim Sunhyun) Design team Yoon Jisoo, Park Soohyun Location 114, Doksan-ro 54-gil, Geumcheon-gu, Seoul, Korea Programme library Site area 2,203.89m2 Building area 792.07m2 Gross floor are
Space2 min gelesen
Announcement of the Collaborative Initiative for the 17th Venice Biennale International Architecture Exhibition
On Aug. 29, the Arts Council Korea released their announcement of the Collaborative Initiative regarding the 17th Venice Biennale International Architecture Exhibition in 2021. This was the postponed opening day of the Venice Biennale, which was dela
Space4 min gelesen
A Tight or Loose Fit
Small public architecture projects are difficult. Construction budgets are a defining factor for every aspect of the project, often cutting both design fees and timelines short. In spite of embracing the unprofitable nature of the project from the on
Space2 min gelesenEconomics
The Announcement of the 35th Seoul Architecture Awards
On Aug. 21, the Seoul Metropolitan Government (SMG) announced the 2020 Seoul Architecture Awards winners. This year, the submission was opened from May 14 to July 3, and a total of 101 works were submitted. The judging committee conducted a document
Space1 min gelesenArchitecture
Gongneung Youth Center for Cultural & Information Remodeling
Architect EUS+ Architects (Suh Min W., Ji Jungwoo) Design team Suh Min W., Ji Jungwoo, Koh Keonsoo, Lee Solim, Lee Byungwook, Lee Sungjin Location 10, Nowon-ro 1na-gil, Nowon-gu, Seoul, Korea Programme youth facility, library Gross floor area 2,030.7
Space2 min gelesen
SMG Announces Three Winners of the Design Competitions
Recently, Seoul Metropolitan Government (SMG) announced the winners for three consecutive competitions. The winner of the design competition to transform the old Banghwa Garage site at Gangseo-gu into a residential complex for young adults, newlyweds
Space4 min gelesen
Gongteo As An Open Space In A Village
There are a lot of youth centres and youth training centres spead throughout the country. However, do they really support the activities of teenagers and transform their lives? We began this project with this question in mind. The Gongneung Youth Cen
Space1 min gelesen
SPACE Peer Review
SPACE strives to feature works of architecture from individual studies in contemporary Korean architecture to the current innovative shifts in international architecture. In this spirit, all domestic and international works of architecture submitted
Space6 min gelesen
Architecture In A Suit, Furniture As Cufflinks: Jtbc Play
In August, JTBC play, a complex cultural space, opened on the opposite side of the Hongdae Cultural Park. The client, a broadcaster, is operating the building as a goods store, as cafés, open studios, and a gallery where the younger generations, the
Space2 min gelesenEconomics
MOLIT and LH Announces Urban Plans for Third Generation New Towns
The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MOLIT) and the Korea Land & Housing Corporation (LH) announced the results of The International Competition for Urban Design Concept and Multi-Dimensional Urban and Architectural Space Plan for Thir
Space6 min gelesen
Composition And Balance: Studio Jungmo Yang
Yang Jungmo is not the type to blindly follow stylistic trends or to propose extravagant designs. He aims at creating the kind of ‘furniture a grandmother can pass on to her granddaughter’, ‘objects which still look attractive after a long time’, or
Space8 min gelesen
Designing The Transition To The Future: Railway Of Megacity Seoul
Jeon Hyeonwoo’s new book, Railway of Megacity Seoul: How to Transition into the Future in the Era of the Climate Crisis is presently a focus of public attention. The result of seven years’ work, this is a book by an author who majored in analytical p
Space5 min gelesen
The Other Side Of World Imagined Through Here: Elsewhere
After Coronavirus Disease-19 (COVID-19) swept across the entire world, our daily lives entered a new phase. Wearing a mask is compulsory when we go out; carrying hand sanitiser in our bags has become essential; and when we need to meet someone, we me
Space10 min gelesen
Eroding Boundaries To Expand Zones: Erosis
‘One of our friends once told us that he had a chat with a local taxi driver about Alvar Aalto for about 40 minutes when he visited Finland. We were envious. Could it be possible for us to experience something similar here someday, too?’ This is what
Space1 min gelesen
Space Academia
SPACE Academia is the architectural theory research section of SPACE. The section serves to introduce academic papers that enrich and expand the research legacy of SPACE, in its search for future directions in ways of thinking about architecture. Aft
Space7 min gelesen
Narrative Of Unbuilt Things: Sghs
SGHS, the architectural firm established by Kang Hyunseok, Kim Gunho, and Lee Jongcheol, has continued their architectural activities while participating in the various design competitions and exhibitions since its foundation in 2015. They use the ge
Space6 min gelesenPsychology
A Residential Space That Evokes A Sense Of Community: A Round Architects
Our lives navigate a seemingly repetitive but rapidly evolving sociocultural stream. However, it can seem as if Korea’s residential spaces and concepts have remained fixed as those of a now long outmoded past. With his focus on multi-household/multi-
Space2 min gelesenEconomics
Nagyang-dong Residence
The Various Connections Between Two Family Homes The site, located on the outskirts of a housing development overseen by Korea Land & Housing Corporation, boasts a mountain as its backdrop. This multi-household residence at Nakyang-dong is composed
Space2 min gelesenEconomics
Third Place Hongeun 2
As necessary expressions within any community, the planes of each household were designed to emphasize individuality and take on a different aspect. As such, the multi-family residence strongly exudes the image of five separate houses. Each house is
Space2 min gelesenEconomics
Third Place Hongeun 1
The town was developed as the Land Compartmentalisation and Rearrangement Project, and was implemented at the end of 1960s with western-style two-story houses, which were popular until the early 1970s. The narrow alleys played their part in creating
Space8 min gelesen
Peter Pan: Mixed Feelings
I cannot make sense of the architect Park Changhyun. The more I know, the more I feel puzzled. I have tried to grasp his meaning, but I have often found it too difficult to discern any clear answers. Even though I have a longstanding familiarity with
Space1 min gelesen
Space
Hwang Yongchul Peter Cook Peter Eisenman Isozaki Arata Robert Ivy Yongwoo Lee Kim Kwanghyun Sunjung Kim Kim Chanjoong Han Eunju Mann-Young Chung Sung Hong Kim Sanghun Lee Kim Jeoungeun (lalart@spacem.org) Lee Youngju (youngju@spacem.org
Space1 min gelesenEconomics
Yeoksamdong Sai. 01
Architect Spaceyeon Architects (Lee Sangdae) Design team Yeon Woonghi, Kim Seunghyun, Cha Junyoun Location 51-17, Teheran-ro 5-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea Programme neighborhood facility Site area 553.2 m2 Building area 275.16m2 Gross floor area 79
Space2 min gelesen
The Reinterpretation of Original Furniture Using Various Materials
The exhibition hall has been taken over by a range of chairs that all seem to share the same skeleton. An exhibition reinterpreting the Lily Chair by the Danish furniture company Fritz Hansen was on show at MO-NO-HA Seongsu from July 28 to Aug. 8. Co
Space1 min gelesen
Yunjung Teachers’ Houses
Architect Chung Isak (Dongyang University) + a.co.lab architects Design team Sung Sejong, Choi Eunjung Location 3, Yeouidong-ro 3-gil, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul, Korea Programme teachers’ room Gross floor area 305.1m2 Structure RC Interior finishi
Space2 min gelesen
Viewpoints On Gangnam And Jongno
A screen has been presented in the middle of this exhibition space, upon which a bus is shown to rumble by in an unspecified direction. It sets out from Apgujeong Hyundai Apartment, travels through Chungdam-dong, Daechi-dong and Guryong Village, and
Space1 min gelesenEconomics
Mok-dong Alley End Library
Architect Chung Isak (Dongyang University) + a.co.lab architects Design team Sung Sejong, Lee Eunsong Location 59, Mokdongdong-ro 12-gil, Yangcheon-gu, Seoul, Korea Programme community space (library) Site area 7,792.6m2 (area of apartment comple
...oder etwas Neues entdecken