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The Things We Can Share in the Metropolis

Jihun Son


YESTERDAY

TIME ORGANISM

INFRASTRUCTURE AS A CIRCULATING NETWORK

COMMUNITY PATH IN SCHOOL

The Things We Can Share in the Metropolis Architecture cannot be separated from the city; thus, it widely affects life of every being in the city. Seoul went from being the capital of one of the world's poorest nations to one of the wealthiest. However, that rapid growth was accompanied by serious socio-economic issues, such as reckless demolition of less developed areas, loss and destruction of traditional values, and constant conflict among people. In an attempt to resist the unmitigated march to "progress" and modernity, I sought to apply "New Urbanism," an urban design movement that promotes community life and walkability in the city, to Seoul. This concept was presented with the theme "The Things We Can Share in the Metropolis" in order to regenerate Seoul by offering architectural approaches of sharing not only the physical elements of the city—such as infrastructures, paths, and public buildings—but also its history and culture as integral parts of the city as a whole.


Y, TODAY, TOMORROW HOUSE

MR.BAE'S FACTORY HOUSE

A BUILDING AS A CULTURAL CONDENSER

SCHOOL AS A NEIGHBORHOOD UNIT

EULGIRO CIRCLE LINE

PROJECT SITE

CORE STATION

Sharing Map of Seoul

04 PATH Community Path in School

01 SCHOOL

05 INDIVIDUAL

School as a Neighborhood Unit

Mr.Bae’s Factory House

02 INFRASTRUCTURE

06 BUILDING

Infrastructure as a Circulating Network

A Building as a Culture Condenser

03 TIME

07 HOUSE

Time Organism

Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow House


SCHOOL School as a Neighborhood Unit Graduation Thesis project/ KIA international competition

Grand Prize - Personal work / Academic work - Exhibited at Asian Culture Complex & Jeju Art Complex - Published at Archiworld , Architecture megazine Professor_ Kim Jong Hun Jury_Lee Chung Kee, Cho Nam Ho, Yoon Seung Hyun, Lee Min Ah, Kim Dong Jin, Chun Sook Hee, Han Seung Hoon, Jeong Jae Eun Duration_ 2014.06 - 11

Change of birth rate

Change of the number of Students 500

(thousands)

Elemetary school

1.0

300

0.7

Middle school

100 2001

2005

2010

2014

High school 2005

2010

2014

Public Building in the Metropolis: School Seoul does not have enough spaces for communities because of high density and high land price. When we look at the aerial view of Seoul, schools are unique voids in it. Therefore, by reorganizing programs and renovating existing schools, communities can be created in each neighborhood without purchasing land and increasing density in the city. At the same time, the radical decrease in the birth rate and in the number of students have created many empty spaces in schools. Some schools have even been closed. By using these abandoned spaces, we can take advantage of them in the community.

School as a Neighborhood Unit The "Neighborhood Unit" was designed by Clarence Perry as a framework for urban planners attempting to design functional, self-contained and desirable neighborhoods in the early 20th century. In this concept, the school is the center of a community. However, in Seoul, schools are so exclusive to their neighbors that they cannot act as community. If we open schools to the public after class and reorganize public programs that can be shared with neighbors, schools can recover their neighborhood function.


Let's meet at library after class!

Let's exercise together!

01

Long time no see!

02

My works on exhibition in the gallery!

How was your class today?

03

04

Community Network Through openning existing schools to the public and supplementing public programs, each school will have a distinguished characteristics and form a community network between schools in this neighborhood.


Masterplan

SECTOR 3

PARK

1. Kindergarten 2. Gymnasium 3. Senior center 4. Kindergarten 5. Swimming pool 6. Community center 7. Cafeteria 8. Gymnasium 9. Computer room 10. Supermarket 11. Fitness center 12. Auditorium 13. Study room 14. Seminar room 15. Public library


SECTOR 1

SECTOR 2


School as a Neighborhod Unit

Current Unit

When we draw a 600m diameter circle with school as its center, most of the areas are covered in Seoul. It indicates that improvement of community based on school makes it possible for most neighborhoods to have a local community center within walking distance. Walkable Neighborhod Unit

Process of forming city based on "Neighborhood Unit" by Clarence Perry

Process of recovering community based on "School as a Neighborhood Unit"

Mapping of "Walkable Neighborhood Unit" in Seoul city


SECTOR 1

SECTOR 2

SECTOR 3

Elementary School

Middle School

High School

Attaching children's library and making

Removing surrounded fences and offering

Expanding a huge deck from school level

sunken hall make people freely approach

programs such as gym and cafeteria in

can integrate existing school programs and

programs and recover relationships between

school can restore the relationship between

attached programs. All these programs are

neighborhood park and them.

apartment, school, and stream.

linked with multi-layered pedestrian path.

Current condition

Current condition

Current condition

Make sunken entrance & Attach program

Removing fence & Attach programs

Expanding deck

Parking lot

Install circulation

Integrated atrium hall

Insert programs


SECTOR 1

1. Gymnasium 2. Chidren library 3. Senior center

Sunken public path with diverse programs such

4. Kindergarten

as kindergarten and senior center for the public,

5. Tennis court 6. Swimming pool 7. Community forest 8. Community center

disconnected relationship between school, stream, apartment complex can be restored and become a community path in this neighborhood.


- 4000

+ 0 level - 4000 level

- 4000 1. Gymnasium 2. Chidren library 3. Nursing center 4. Kindergarten 5. Tennis court 6. Swimming pool 7. Community forest 8. Convenient store


SECTOR 2

1. Library

Parking lot

2. Gymnasium 3. Cafeteria 4. Auditorium 5. Existing school 6. Atrium

Renovated area

Inserting atrium in between two volumes and making this space as a hall, public programs can be integrated. Therefore, neighbors can use these programs independently without interference of school's atmosphere.

Existing school

PLAYGROUND

1. Public library 2. Gymnasium 3. Cafeteria 4. Auditorium 5. Program core 6. Expanded aisle


0

+ 4500

Existing school

5

10m

Ground level plan 1. Gymnasium 2. Public hall

Public parking lot

3. Cafeteria 4. Auditorium 5. Existing classroom 6. Program & circulatin core

Playground


SECTOR 3

Attached hall concept diagram

By expanding huge deck from the exisiting school level and linking all programs with multilayered circulation, this school can act as public community without interference of school's atmosphere.

EXISTING SCHOOL

PARK

Deck level +5000 +5000

Exploded diagram Ground level +0

1. Attached hall 2. Senior center

5m

3. Cafeteria

0m

4. Art class room 5. Security 6. Open lecture hall 7. Seminar room 8. Auditorium hall 9. Study room 10. Public library 01ă…ŁContents

+0


1. Gallery tower 2. Cafeteria 3. Gallery 4. Attached hall 5. Existing school

1. Auditorium 2. Senior center 3. Multi purpose room 4. Community gallery 5. Open lecture hall 6. Public library 7. Study room

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INFRASTRUCTURE Infrastructure as a Circulating Network Personal work / Academic work Trip around Eulgiro Circle Line by bicycle (48.8km) Professor_ Kim Kwan soo Critic_ Kim Kwan Soo, Choi Choon Woong, Kim Il Hyun Duration_ 2012.03 - 06

Financial independence rate per district

OUTER CITY

INNER CITY

50%

INNER CITY

OUTER CITY

Infrastructure in the Metropolis Infrastructure, especially subways, is a main means of transportation in the metropolis. However, since the subway system was established without deep consideration of relationship between urban contexts and infrastructures, it engendered huge physical thresholds and economic boundaries.

Eulgiro Circle Line and Blurring Boundaries Eulgiro Circle Line is the busiest and the longest circle line in Seoul city. However, hasty development plan of Eulgiro circle line in the1970s erected many physical and economic boundaries between the inner and outer city. The project compensates for the lack of public facilities in each station and restores the urban relationship between segregated districts. This approach can finally make a huge public ring that blurs the boundaries between inner and outer city by supplementing diverse community programs and forming an information network and logistics network.


Putting a hat on existing station Through covering existing station with structure, spaces underneath and between overpasses can be facilitated to connect two districts.


Infrastructure as a Circulating Network Culture landmark University / College Public library Core station Range of delivery Network

OUTER CITY

INNER CITY

Subway Logistics Network

Information Network

Local Community Network

Core stations play a part role to deliver

Core stations will include public libraries

Supplemented community programs in each

goods. Logistics will be transported by the

having network with the local and university

station can form a complex community.

subway to core stations. Then, core station

libraries. By using subway, their information

Therefore, people can enjoy diverse

will distribute them to the destination.

and data can be shared and distributed.

programs and activities in each station.


Core stations for blurring boundaries HAN RIVER Project site

Unfolded Eulgio Circle line

INNER CITY

Habjeong station

Hanyang Univ. station

Jamsil station

Shindaebang station

Shindorim station

Dangsan station

OUTER CITY

44.8 km

Bridge

Elevated

Underground

Elevated

Underground

Bridge

Railway Regnerable space Circulating network

Shindaebang station

Railway INNER CITY

Public Linkage

Middle school

Metro station OUTER CITY

Shinrim Arcade Overpass

Social Welfare

Disabled Welfare

01 Present situation

02 Urban interface

03 Public linkage


Attached structure

04

03

02

01

01 Local community Platform Ground level platform that connects between inner city and outer city. 02 Culture Platform Cultural programs integrate station with programs and form information network. 03 Turnstile platform Platform that connects each lane. 04 Platform Existing platform that people can take a subway.


7

1 6

5

2

4

3 Daylighting area Vertical core

Enclosed station

Making voids based on ground level flow

1. Post office 2. Kindergarten 3. Senior center 4. Commercial

Daylighting through voids

5. Cafeteria 6. Library office 7. Commercial

Inserting vertical core


01 Regenerable space 02 Arranging public programs based on urban flows 03 Inserting vertical circulation between overpasses. 04 Zoning community programs with public hall 01

02

03

04

Regenerable space

01 Present condition Overpasses seperates the relationships between two districts, however, they have a potential to be 01

regenrated by using underneath overpasses.

Transparent skin Vertical circulation Community program

02 Blurring boundary between inner and outer city Through inserting community programs in regenerable space, the relationship between two districts can be restored. 02


Local Community Platform Plan Dorim stream

Logistics / Parking lot

Delivery lockers

Book rental kiosk

Elevated road

Kindergarten

Senior center

Shinrim Arcade

1. Culture hall 2. Post office/ delivery 3. Library hall 4. Library office 5. Public hall 6. Kindergarten 7. Cafeteria 8. Senior center 9. Senior hall 10. Commercial


Daylighting & Connection Structure with transparent skin facilitate programmatic expansion and daylighting in the station. Therefore public programs such as library and theater can be supplemented and they will play a vital role for station to play a community role and connect segregated districts.


Station as a connecting neighbors Diverse sections of this station show various methods of connecting two districts. Programmatic supplementation and both underneath overpasses and station make diverse urban spaces and community path that make negibors to go through and form a community.

Shinrim Arcade

Shindaebang Station

Commercial Path

Shindaebang Station

Commercial Path

Shindaebang Station

Middle School

Residential Area

Residential Area


Joseon Dynasty

TIME

1500

1400

1600

Time Organism

1592

Demolished by Japanese invasion

- Collaborative work as a leader with 2members - Exhibited at DDP during DOCOMOMO World Conference - Published at C3 , Architecture megazine

1394

Grand Prize / Minister’s Award

Jongmyo shirine

DOCOMOMO Korea competition

Jury_Joh Sung Young, Song Ha Yub, Kim Chang Gyun, Oh Seom Hoon, Jung Seok, Lee Kwan Jik Duration_ 2014.06 - 09 Team members_ Moon Jaewon, Kim youngmi

The city has been formed by the passage of time. However, with radical progress and pursuit of economic benefit, many buildings have been demolished and replaced by generic buildings without deep consideration for the historic value of the buildings. As a result, cities are becoming standardized. I call this situation a "Time-fragmented city."

Time Organism A "Time Organism" is an architectural and urban proposal for regenerating the city based on historical modern buildings, Seun Sang-ga . It proposes a new method of preserving time value and revitalizing backward neighborhoods based on historical architecture. Unlike the traditional redevelopment process, this "Time Organism" links the past to the future. With this approach, we can keep traditional cultural memory and envision future urban environment that reflects the passage of time.

1592

Demolished by Japanese eviction

Time in the Metropolis: "Time-fragmented City"

1407

Bird eye view of Seun Sang-ga

Japanese envoy's residence

01


Compound body

Starting point

Seun Sang-ga 2015 Compulsory eviction

2015

1995 Being designated as a UNESCO

2000

Hybrid industry complex

2003 Kukdo hotel

2001 Taken over by church

Demolished

1999

1990

1990

2015 Disposed for rebuilding

2010 Remodeled facade

TIME ORGANISM Recession of manufacturing industry

1980

2009 Theater closed

1990 Change into middle school

1984 Repurpose as a electronic market

1970

1986

1979 Built a new district office

1960

1982 Kyungdong Church 1984 Olympic stdium

1971 Keuk dong theater

1963 Being designated as a historical landmark

1968 SEUN SANG-GA

Independence

1968 Seun Sang-ga 1971 2nd in Pompidou competition 1976 Korea Assembly

1961 ADENE theater

1954 Renamed as Kukdo theater

1974 Specialized Printing industry

1950

1964 Freedom center

Demolished

1940

for Korean

1945 Elementary school

1962

1930

ASEAN theater

1920

1931 Hilltop pavilion

1943 Established district range

1914 Japanese theater

1910

1931

1910 Elementary schoo l for Japanese

Japanese Imperialism 1990 2003 2010

Recession of manufacturing industry Restoration of Chunggae stream Partial Demolition

2010 2020


Present condition

2016

2100

Seun Sang-ga ’s 1.2km length of building has blocked the flow of city for a long time. As a result, meaningful places such as historical sites and invaluable modern buildings have engendered around this district. Physical characters of Seun Sang-ga , like elevated road and underneath overpasses, meaningful places can be linked with them. As time passes, meaningful places will be continuously engendered and proliferate

Seun Sang-ga 's body.


Public territorialization The public territorialization of the Seun Sang-ga can be achieved by transforming road for car underneath overpass into pedestrian path and proliferating both deck level and ground level based on meaningful places.


1. Asean theater By exposing existing theater, it can become outdoor theater for the public. Also, inserting vertical circulation in this building enable to link ground level.

2. Seoul parking lot By embeding parking lot into basement space of Seun Sang-ga, this space can be used for making studio and logistics service related to existing industries.

3. Kukdo theater Providing theater museum and outdoor theater in abandone space, it is possible for people commemorate and keep historical meaning in spite of its demolition.

4. Dong pyong gwan By blurring boundary of middle school and recovering relationship existing programs, this place can become mixed-use programs as well as commemorate historic value.

5. Jung-gu district office By extracting civil service programs from district office and scattering them, Jung-gu district office can set a foundation for additional expansion to westward.

6. Keuk Dong theater By attaching programs into existing building and linking them with elevated road of Seun, people will enable to commemorate its historical meaning.


Keukdong theater

e

offic

Dongpyong gwan

Kukdo theater

rict

Dist

Deck level view / Jung-gu district office


Deck level view / Seoul parking lot

Deck level view / Asean theater

Compound Body of Seun Sang-ga First compound body of Seun Sang-ga will be created by linking 6 meaninful places. In this phase, meaningful places are preserved and relating programs will be supplemented. This apporach can preserve district's histrocial meaning and preventing city from

Asean theater

Seoul parking lot

becoming gentrification.

Partial demolition site In 2010, according to re-development plan of Seun Sang-ga, the front part of Seun Sang-ga was demolished. This part will use for commemorating park.


Ground level view / Seoul parking lot

A'

B'

Ground level view / Asean Theater

4

2

3 7

1

Asean theater

6

B

A

5

Seoul parking lot

1. Vertical library

1. Making studio

2. Asean gallery

2. Warehouse

3. Exposed theater

3. Logistics service 4. Auditorium

3 1 1

2

A-A' section

3

4

2

B-B' section


Ground level view / Dong Pyong Gwan

Ground level view / Jung -gu district office

Ground level plan

10

1. Vertical library

8. Public bath

2. City museum

9. Civil service

3. Making studio

10. Study room

4. Logistics service

11. Kindergarten

5. Making studio

12. Gallery

6. Industry library

13. Film studio/archive

7. Outdoor theater 0

9

25m

100m

C'

8

11

12

C

13

Keuk dong theater 1. Keukdong theater 2. Practice room 3. Attached hall 4. Film studio / museum

2 3 1

4

C-C' section

Ground level view / Keuk-dong theater


PATH Community Path in School 3rd grade studio work - Personal work / Academic work Professor_ Chun Dong Hoon Critic_Chun Dong Hoon, Jeong Jae Heon Duration_ 2014.06 - 11

Segregated Blocks

Inserting Paths in Blocks

Path in the Metropolis The path links neighborhoods. In the past, a vigorous community among neighbors was found on the path. For example, children played there, and street market was held there, so there was always energy and activity on the path. However, as the city was developed, the flow of paths has been broken by huge buildings.

Community Path in School "Community path in school" is an architectural and urban proposal for recovering the flow of paths in the city. It proposes to insert a path that connects the city to the park and that preserves the continuity of the pedestrian path network. In addition, by arranging public spaces such as auditorium, library, and gym along this path, it can act as community path by enhancing public accommodation in the neighborhood. I believe that inserting a pedestrian path in buildings which are over a certain volume can prevent the segregation of a pedestrian path network in the city.


1. Cafeteria, 2. Gymnasium, 3. Library, 4. Auditorium, 5. Club activity rooms

A -Served space B - Servant space

Pedestrian path

Arrange public programs

Arrange functional programs

By inserting pedestrian path in school, the

The arrangement of public programs

By locating functional programs above

relationship between park and main road

along pedestrian path enable it to be a

public programs, class atmosphere can be

can be restored.

community path for neighbors.

secured.


Classroom Floor Plan 1. Gymnasium 2. Teacher's room 3. Special subject classroom 4. Subject room 5. Library 6. Computer room 7. Classroom

+8000

8. Playground

2

+4000

1

3

4

+3000

8

5

+2000 7

6

+0 10

20m

0

N


39


Community path Section 0

10

0

10

20m

West elevation 20m

40


Neighborhood Park

Servant Volume


Community Path

Served Volume

1. Teacher’s room 2. Home base 3. Library 4. Machine room 5. Classroom


INDIVIDUAL Mr. Bae’s Factory House 2014 Junglim Architecture Awards

Grand Prize - Collaborative work as a co-leader with one member Jury_ Kim Chan Joong(Architect), Lee Hye Sun(Industrial Designer), Kim Hong Joong(Sociologist) Duration_ 2014.01 - 03 Team member_ Shin Tae Seop

1973[age23]

Became an engineer in 'Dae-ryung' engineering

Came up to Seoul

1967[age17]

An apprentice to 'Young-Sung' textile company for 6 years

1962[age12]

Advancement of electric

Individual in the Metropolis As technology has advanced, the role of individual in the city has changed. After the Industrial Revolution and the mass production system prevailed, consumers were clearly distinguished from producers. As the internet made it possible for individuals to connect with unspecified individuals, the individual could be a consumer and producer of information and data at the same time. Now, we are facing the 3D printer revolution. This revolution can cause a tremendous change in the role of the individual and aspect of life in society.

1974[age23]

Working in 'Shin-jin' engineering for 6 months

Decline of textile industry

1973


1976[age26]

1974 1980[age30]

Opened own factory with 3 co-workers

cal & electronic industry

Moving into ‘Yue-il’ engineering treated as a best engineer in district

Working in ‘Sun-il’ as a engineer with 5 apprentices

1986

1976

1980

Advancement of service industry

1986[age36]


58m3 Factory’s adaptation in change of industry The change of industry and decline in manufacturing industry lead to change using pattern of his factory. When 3 co-workers worked together, 34m3 co-working area was mainly used. However, Mr.Bae produce by himeself today.

Unused area

Therefore, Mr. Bae spends most of his time in 24m3 among 58m3 factory.

Present 58m3 Factory


Mobile Space System

24m3

36m3

58m3

Transformation of space

24m3 Mr.Bae's house

30m3 Communal factory house

24m3 Personal factory

37m3 Workshop factory house

58m3 market factory house

Mobile Customization Mr. Bae's factory will customize public needs and move based on them. This will be called Mobile Customization . By extending and contracting space, market, communal making, and workshop can take place in his mobile factory house. 18m3

0 - 34m3

6m3


58m3

44m3 38m3 24m3

0m3 Commuting for production

6:00 am

Newspaper & resting

Personal working

9:00 am

Opening factory

Communal working

3D printer with p

12:00


workshop people

0 pm

Lunch with co-workers

Closing factory

Finishing work

15:00 pm

Sleeping & Resting

Commuting

18:00 pm


BUILDING A Building as a Cultural Condenser Temporary Cultural Community in building under trial - Project group Antenna Lab work - Leader & Co-founder of Antenna lab Duration_ 2011.06 - 08 Team members : Lee Hye Jine, Song Yun Mi, Kim Young Mi, Ahn Doo Hyun

2011.06 Under trial on conflict between two owners

Project term

2011.08

After court decision

Owner A

Owner B

Conflict between two owners

Threatening by demolishing building

Occupied by Antenna Lab

Sudden eviction after court decision

A Building as a Cultural Condenser "A Building as a Cultural Condenser" is an architectural and urban experimental project for improving cultural community in the urban area. Our group, Antenna lab , proposes to offer cultural programs such as artists' residency and multi-purpose room that can accommodate diverse activities like exhibitions and public lectures. In fact, this building site has been named a "Cultural street for the Young." However, entertainment establishments are mainly found on this street instead of cultural programs. Therefore, we hoped that this building would be a cultural space worthy of its name. An art market and exhibition and lectures by artists were held in this building. As a result, this experiment show the potential for an individual building to have a community role in this city.


1. Disassembling existing steel units 2. Removing celing finishing material 3. Installing rail 4. Combination of steel units 5. Hanging units on the rail


Conflicting area Removing wall

Multipurpose rail

Steel frame unit Before Antenna Lab 's occupation, this building was used for clothing store. Therefore, a lot of 1200 x 1200, and 1200 x 450 steel frames were remained. By installing rail on the ceiling and made these modules rotate, flexible spaces for diverse activities can be achieved.

Exhibition

Studio / Exhibition

Seminar/ Studio / Exhibition

Media exhibiton

Performance / Lecture


This art market’s purpose was to allow people to appreciate artworks more commonly and accessibly. Residency artists participate in this program and exhibited their artworks done in this building and sold them to the public.

Plan of Gumung Gage art market

Art market _ "Mom and Pop store"


The exhibition "Showing battle" was to show conflict between two owners and between development and preservation. Our group and artists including local artists took part in this exhibition and expressed their perspective on this circumstance.

Plan of 'Showing battle' exhibition

Exhibiton_ "Showing Battle"


HOUSE Yesterday,Today, Tomorrow House Rehabilitating an abandoned house into a Community Center - Project group Antenna Lab work - Leader & Co-founder of Antenna Lab - Published at Architecture & Culture , Architecture megazine Duration_ 2010.12 - 02 Team member : Lee Hye Jine, Song Yunmi, Yun Won Young, Lee Hye Sung

Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow House "Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow House" is an collaborative and experimental project that was done with students in diverse fields including social science and art for improving community and the living environment in the shanty town. Our group resided in this village for 3 months and proposed a Temporary Community Center by renovating an abandoned house. There has been a lack of communication among the residents in this village. This is because there are not enough spaces for people to gather and to interact with their neighbors. Therefore, we propose diverse programs for both the young and the old such as housewarmings, exhibitions, and a children’s architecture class so that they can get together. As a result, this house could be a community center in the village even after we left this village.


1/16

Advertisement of Children architecture class

1/15

HOUSE WARMING

1/10 - 13 Kitchen table & Stove

Distributing rice cake for greeting

1. Model production room for Team 1 2. Model production room for Team 2 3. Model production room for Team 3 / Audio visual room 4. Study room

1/5

1. Kitchen 2. Living room 3. House warming room

Visiting head of village & Redevelopment union

22nd - 27th January, 2012

2010/12/18

Children Architecture School

15th January , 2012

Antenna Lab’s inhabitation in Antvillage

House Warming

Table for Architecture Class


1/22

2/19 - 27

LEAVING ANTVILLAGE

2011/2/28

EXHIBITION OPENING - Showing collected data at Ant village - Imagine future "Ant village" together

Reception desk for exhibition

Advertisement of Exhibition

2/1 - 2/8

2nd week Children Architecture Class - Imagine Ant village's future - Model making of future village

1/29

1st week Children Architecture Class - Learning about Neighborhood - Field trip at Ant village and taking pictures

Exhibition

19th - 27th Feburary, 2012

1. Reception desk & Outdoor exhibition 2. Hall 3-7 Exhibition room


House Warming

Children's Architecture Class

House Warming was to introduce our project and to greet to residents of this village. Moreover, we intended to study the history of this village from them.

Children's Architecture Class was to envision this viallge’s future on children’s view. Based on learning about neighborhood in 1st week, Children made future model of this village in 2nd week.


Exhibition

Exhibition was to express our view on this village with artworks by using collected data. Individual of our group selected particular objects at this village and collected them during project period.


The Black City Dog's View on the City Short Novel , p42, 2013

In Korea, stray dogs are usually remained in piles of ruin in the re-development area. Then, dog hunters catch them and sell for edible purpose. This is an usual fate of stray dogs. In this short novel, I want to view continuous demolishing and replacing city on dog's perspective. All color of the city is only white and black, he is a pure nature who cannot recognize his fate in merciless modern city.


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