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Jeju

International Design Competition for Landscape of Columnar Jointing area, Jeju, South Korea

08:56 - 22 August, 2018
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The city of Seogwipo is holding the “International Design Competition for Landscape of Columnar Jointing Area, Jeju” to improve the stunning scenery of the columnar jointing area near Jungmun Daepo Coast that reveals Jeju’s unique geological features, culture, and natural landscape.
It will be conducted in the form of an international competition with 5 to 7 invited teams. Refer bellow for competition outlines.

Jeju Theraphy Center / KUNWON Architects Planners Engineers

19:00 - 5 July, 2017
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Jeju World Natural Heritage Center / poly.m.ur

07:30 - 4 October, 2011
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Jeju is an island formed by volcanic activities and celebration of its distinctive geological features was one of the main objectives of the brief. The design started from answering the brief which explicitly requested that the scheme to symbolise the volcanic landscape of Jeju consists of caves and mounds. poly.m.ur viewed these two geological feature in terms of their morphological forma-tions – one as constructive space (volcanic mounds) and the other one as subtractive space (volcanic caves), and were repre-sented in the formation of the massing of our scheme.