Future School
Publication 한글

Future School exhibition is now on view in the Korean Pavilion in Giardini, Italy, 22 May _ 21 November

Sojin Lee — 4 weeks ago
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Location : Samcheong Park
Program : Library
Building Area : 178.22 ㎡
Building Scope : B1 1F
PM : Soyoung Jung, Yong Kim

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-Jaekyoung Kim
-Jiho Hyun
-Sojin Lee

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Location : MT. Baebong
Program : Library, Shared childcare
Building Area : 376.15 ㎡
Building Scope : 2F
PM : Jiho Hyun, Hunyong Shim

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-Hyosool Chin

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Location : ULSAN GRAND PARK
Program : Book Curation + Cafe
Building Area : Before 396.60㎡ / After 396.60㎡
Building Scope : 1F
*Renovation Project
PM : Hunyoung Shim

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-Hyunjeong Heo
-Haam Lee
-Hunyong Shim

Sojin Lee — 4 weeks ago
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Location : MT. BURAM
Program : Garden Support Center
Building Area : Before 331.10㎡ / After 331.10 ㎡
Building Scope : 1F
*Renovation Project
PM : Yong Kim

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-Studio Texture on texture

Sojin Lee — 4 weeks ago
Spatial Innovation: Park and Civic Pride

Spatial Innovation: Park and Civic Pride

Venice, Online, Exhibition, Generative Dialogue

Innovation in urban parks

Overview

The public parks of megacities like Seoul have begun building more welcoming spaces for daily use by local citizens. In what may fairly be called the best public space of all time—the park—there are now small libraries, galleries, rest areas, gardening centres and more. These spaces quickly become, through synergistic exchange, the pride of any neighbourhood.

This carefully planned public architecture is designed to respect the environment, topography and treescape of the park. Each building becomes part of the background, blending into the landscape. 

This exhibition examines four specific parks and four projects, exploring how a modest approach to nature can be forward-looking and question ideas around innovation.

Exhibition program participants

Happening now

R. #Refugees #Architect #Diaspora #Regeneration

Generative Dialogues — Future School Generative Dialogues — 7 hours ago
Generative Dialogues — Future School Generative Dialogues — 8 hours ago
Generative Dialogues — Future School Generative Dialogues — 8 hours ago
Generative Dialogues — Future School Generative Dialogues — 8 hours ago
Generative Dialogues — Future School Generative Dialogues — 8 hours ago
Generative Dialogues — Future School Generative Dialogues — 8 hours ago
Generative Dialogues — Future School Generative Dialogues — 8 hours ago
Generative Dialogues — Future School Generative Dialogues — 8 hours ago
Generative Dialogues — Future School Generative Dialogues — 8 hours ago
Generative Dialogues — Future School Generative Dialogues — 8 hours ago

Exhibition programs

Future School