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Update: Culture Forest / Unsangdong Architects

Courtesy of Unsangdong Architects
Courtesy of Unsangdong Architects

Unsangdong Architects shared with us the latest photos of the nearly finished “Culture Forest”, the Culture & Art Center in SeongDong-gu, Republic of Korea. Read the architect’s description and view schematic renderings on our previous post or the first stage of  the construction, here. More photos after the break.

E+ Green Home / Unsangdong Architects

Architects: Unsangdong Architects
Location: Kyeong Gi, South Korea
Project Architect: Jang Yoon Gyoo, Shin Chang Hoon, Kim Youn Soo
Project Team: Choi Young Eun, Kim Ho Jin, Ahn Hye Joon Partner
Photographs: Sergio Pirrone

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In Progress: Water Circle / UnSangDong Architects

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Courtesy of UnSangDong Architects

Architects: UnSangDong Architects Location: 555-9 SongSan-li SeolAk-myeon GaPyung Kyeunggi-do, Korea Client: Cheong-shim Bldg, Area: 505.00 sqm Gross Floor Area: 637.40 sqm Structure: R.C. Photographs: Kyung-sub Shin

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Asian Culture Complex / UnSangDong Architects + Kim Woo Il

In the design proposal for the Asian Culture Complex, UnSangDong Architects + Kim Woo II constitutes a stage that acts as a new container for the culture and everyday events. If the new stage for the city is creating an empty open space out of penetrations pathways and plazas, making the new ‘city stage’ is the same as to conduct an enormous mapping operation with penetrating programs and landscape. They propose the Asian Culture Complex as the earth in between creation and disappearance. The earth that is transformed into fragmented pieces and become urban landscape filled with memories of the site and historical evolution of various spectrums of relationships. More images and architects’ description after the break.

In Progress: Culture Forest / Unsangdong Architects

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Courtesy of Unsangdong Architects

Unsangdong Architects have nearly finished the steel structure of the “Culture Forest”, revealing the distinctive figure of the Culture & Art Center in SeongDong-gu, Republic of Korea. Read the architect’s description and view schematic renderings on our previous post. More photos after the break. Architects: Unsangdong Architects – YoonGyoo Jang, ChangHoon Shin, SungMin Kim Location: 656-323, SeongSu-dong, SeongDong-gu, Seoul, South Korea Client: Municipality of SeongDong-gu Structure: Steel framed reinforcement concrete Use: welfare, education and research, culture, nursery school Site Area: 1694m2 Bldg Area: 1001.77m2 Gross Floor Area: 9597.37m

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Korean Corporate Pavilion / UnSangDong Architects

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Courtesy of UnSangDong Architects

Designed for the ShangHai Industrial Pavilion, UnSangDong Architects imagined the Korean Corporate Pavilion coinciding along the subjects of green city and green life. It is named Communi-Imagination and it holds the introspection of environment together with innovation of technology. Korea got over the unfortunate situation of the Korean War which didn’t seem to be possible and has achieved unimaginable development and innovation. This space represents technology and spirit of Korean enterprises which is the main agent of these accomplishments. More images and architects’ description after the break.

Culture Forest / Unsangdong Architects

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Courtesy of Unsangdong Architects

Unsangdong Architects shared with us their 1st prize winning project “Culture Forest”, a Culture & Art Center located in SeongDong-gu, Republic of Korea. The project is expected to be completed next year. More images and architect’s description after the break.

Ocean Imagination / Unsangdong Architects

© Unsangdong Architects
© Unsangdong Architects

Recently, we shared Unsangdong Architects’ Life & Power Press Cultural Topography, an interesting project that mixed programmatic elements with a crisp aesthetic.  The architects just shared their proposal for the Thematic Pavilion of Yeosu 2012, entitled Ocean Imagination, which was awarded honorable mention (check out other proposals previously featured here).  The proposal is an eye-catching proposal combines nature and the imagination in an effort to create the “best use of the infinite possibility of nature.” More images and more about the competition entry after the break.