The Green Way Culture Center Ruined Steps & May
Seung, H-Sang’s folly suggests a small culture center for residents to refine the stairs’ functions.
The stairs which directly connect to the farm bridge become a staircase and a shelter. Therefore, the space under the bridge will become more an indoor space where it takes functions of the exhibition center. This folly is small, but is planned as the community center for nearby residents, to be cultural infrastructure for many activities in the park.
Education / Professional Experience
- Seoul National University, Seoul/B.S.
- Graduate School of Seoul National University, Seoul/M.A.
- Technische Universitat Wien, Vienna
|1974-1980||Assistant Architect/Space Group of Korea|
|1981-1982||Designer/Marchart Moebius und Partner, Vienna|
|1982-1989||Principal/Space Group of Korea|
|1989-2002||Principal/IROJE Architects & Planners|
|2003-now||Director/IROJE Architects & Planners|
|1998||Residence Subaekdang, Namyangju|
|1999||Welcomm City, Seoul|
|2003||Master Plan of M-City, Beijing|
|2005||Kyobo Book City Center, Paju|
|2000||Cultural Award of Kim Swoo Geun Foundation/Welcom m City, Seoul|
Korea Architectural Culture Grand Award/Welcom m City, Seoul
|2003||Kyunggi Province Architectural Grand Award/Na & Lee Women’s Hospital, Gimpo|
|2007||Korea Culture and Art Award|
|2007||Paradise Culture and Art Award|