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Parsa Khalili and ATELIERPAP Propose Public Plazas and Open Plans for The Busan Hub of Creative Economy

14:00 - 10 October, 2015
Parsa Khalili and ATELIERPAP Propose Public Plazas and Open Plans for The Busan Hub of Creative Economy , Elevation Rendering. Image Courtesy of Parsa Khalili
Elevation Rendering. Image Courtesy of Parsa Khalili

Parsa Khalili and ATELIERPAP have received an honorable mention for their proposal in a competition to design the Busan Hub of Creative Economy - part of the first phase of a revitalization project to spread industry, culture and jobs in the South Korean city’s North Port. Reacting to the changing demands of the creative economy, Khalili and Pap have proposed a structure comprising a plinth conjoined with a tower, wrapped in a grand staircase.

Aerial Rendering. Image Courtesy of Parsa Khalili Night View Rendering. Image Courtesy of Parsa Khalili Canyon Rendering. Image Courtesy of Parsa Khalili Interior Rendering. Image Courtesy of Parsa Khalili + 10

Architects' Propose Flexible Art Pavilion for Singapore

18:00 - 7 March, 2015
Architects' Propose Flexible Art Pavilion for Singapore, Courtesy of Parsa Khalili
Courtesy of Parsa Khalili

This active multi-use pavilion by Bence Pap and Parsa Khalili took second prize in the OUE Artling ArchiPavilion Design Competition in Singapore. Designed around the principles of continuity and flexibility, the Artling Pavilion provides an adaptable space that accommodates evolving programs and ensures constant adherence to the occupants' needs.