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Less Aesthetics, More Relation / TUNEplanning

  • 20:00 - 25 April, 2016
Less Aesthetics, More Relation / TUNEplanning
Less Aesthetics, More Relation / TUNEplanning, © Jeong Taeho
© Jeong Taeho

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© Jeong Taeho
© Jeong Taeho

Text description provided by the architects. Our has completed recently a building with the architectural elements same to had been used at our previous project Dayang Sanghoi at Pyeongchang-dong introduced on this korea magazine in September of 2014.

However, this project isn’t a series of the project at Pyeongchang-dong.

© Jeong Taeho
© Jeong Taeho

Saying that we has concentrated on the world of Lee U Fan’ artwork, a master of Monoha which gives object fundamental existence and emphasizes relation between object and object, object and human, by presenting the materials such as wood, stone, clay, steel sheet and paper as we are without touching them.

© Jeong Taeho
© Jeong Taeho

Mono of Mono Ha means ‘object’ in Japanese, and Mono Ha is an art trend in 1960s and 1970s of Japan originated in the interest about object.

© Jeong Taeho
© Jeong Taeho

Lee U Fan’s viewpoint on the object is just relation between object and world.

Just as Lee U Fan’s artwork ‘Relatum’ thrown unintentionally forms relation with objects placed around it such as steel and glass, this project looks like several stones thrown unintentionally on the site of Seoul.

Section D
Section D

It is new attempt proceeded by Tune Planning through its own approach, as an artwork of Lee U Fan forms relation with world though minimum intervention.

Client had a plan to build a building for rental at the area around Hongik University, and proposed that all the accesses to each floor are separated in order to be used independently because it might be rented by different tenants respectively.

Model
Model

Spaces of each floor with private stairway and terrace are not the interior of building but the separate space for forming relation with its surroundings.

Less Aesthetics, More Relation / TUNEplanning, © Jeong Taeho
© Jeong Taeho

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Cite: "Less Aesthetics, More Relation / TUNEplanning" 25 Apr 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/786091/less-aesthetics-more-relation-tuneplanning/> ISSN 0719-8884
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