Architecture of Autonomy
A more democratic, diverse and process oriented view
We do remember waiting in line for the lift to take us to the top of the tower,
only to be excited by the breathtaking view for a very short moment – and being bored right after.
Climbing the steps covered in stripes of void and colors gives off some mystery to the ordinary.
Once at the top, advertising becomes art– we rotate the columns and change the colours, but CHANGE remains.
We discover a psychedelic space of depth and directiontowards the existing follies and the Mudeung Mountain.
Finally, we sit on the stepped deck, enjoying the views onto the mountain.
We will return for this serenity.
|2015||Exhibition: “Crow’s Eye View: The Korean Peninsula”, Arko Art Center|
|2014||Exhibition: “Crow’s Eye View: The Korean Peninsula”, The Korean / Pavilion of the 2014 Venice Biennale / Designed Wind House. Jeju Island, Korea|
|2013||Designed K_POP Curve. Seongnam, Gyeonggi-do, Korea / Designed Roll House. Miryang, Korea|
|2012||Designed Lollipop House. Yongin, Gyeonggi-do, Korea|
|2009||Exhibition: “Terra Incognita”. Cheonggye Creative Studio, Seoul, Korea|
|2016||1st Prize Public Art for “Haus der Zukunft”, Berlin|
|2015||1st Prize Public Art for Rogers Place Arena, Edmonton|
|2013||Exhibition at Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein|
|2012||Bronce of Global Holcim Award (Flussbad)|
|2011||Exibition at MoMA, New York|
|2011||1st Prize Amageforbraending Waste to Energy Plant Copenhagen with Bjarke Ingels|
|2009||Art Price Berlin|