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Kukje Gallery / SO-IL

Project Technology Structure


Kukje Gallery / SO-IL

Introduction Architects: SO-IL Location: Seoul, South Korea Design Team: Florian Idenburg (partner), Jing Liu (partner), Iannis Kandyliaris, Cheon-Kang Park, Sooran Kim Architect Of Record: Jong Ga Architects Total Floor Area: 1,260 sqm Site Area: 800 sqm Photographs: Iwan Baan

The architectural proposal resolves aperceived disjunction between the dynamism and boldness of Kukje Gallery’s organization and artist roster, and the fragile historic fabric saturatedby materials and details that surrounds the site. Studies led to a soft and ambiguous building that gently nestles itself into the site


Kukje Gallery / SO-IL • Concept The mesh, made out of 510.000 individually welded rings, is strong yet pliable as it wraps around the building’s irregular geometries. The result is an abstract ‘fuzzy’ object that accommodates a multiplicity of readings.


Kukje Gallery / SO-IL The building contains a 16 x 9 x 6m gallery space, a 60 seat auditorium, project spaces, support and administrative functions for the gallery complex. The ground floor gallery is a singlestory, column-free space optimized for large installations, performances and events.


Kukje Gallery / SO-IL

The building contains a 16 x 9 x 6m gallery space, a 60 seat auditorium, project spaces, support and administrative functions for the gallery complex.


Kukje Gallery / SO-IL

Foundation


Kukje Gallery / SO-IL Technology wall

•Program The ground floor gallery is a single-story, column-free space optimized for large installations, performances and events. To light the art and keep a palpable relationship to the outside, daylight enters through a perimeter skylight.


Kukje Gallery / SO-IL


Introduction building Location, Name of architecture ,etc

Present The Element and structure

Introduce foundation and zoom joint details

Introduce wall and roof, zoom thent details


Build up structure

Final Outlook


kukje pavilion, seoul