The main objective has been to transform an inward-looking, utilitarian warehouse into a state-of-the-art, carbon neutral facility which places the user and the visitor at the centre of the operations and experience of the building.
Pyeongchang Knowledge Hub
AIDIA STUDIO in collaboration with ArchiWorkshop
Pyeongchang, South Korea
Located at Yangnam intersection, the 300m² site had a severely irregular shape as it had a strong corner of about 45 degrees to the roadside and five vertices. The physical scale within the legally permitted limits was reviewed, but it had a smaller height limit compared to the surrounding building
81-5, Yeongdeungpo-ro, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea
Manuel Monteserin: A library that looks to the future by learning from tradition. This project seeks to maintain a balance between the traditional use of a library and the new uses demanded by contemporary citizens.
Songdo, South Korea
aoe: The concept of this library starts from understanding the true nature of this library that it will not only be as a landmark in a city, but the importance of its publicity that connects with their local citizens and tourists. Therefore, two key spaces were carved out to create a Reading Hall (towards the south-facing natural view) and a Commun...
The Library of SONGDO International City
# 115-2, Songdo-dong, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon (in Songdo International City)
Turkish Architect Öznur Pınar Çer’s firm MASK Architects has designed ‘’The First Art and Photograpy Museum in the World which has taken a picture by itself‘’ in Seoul, Korea.
Project description by the architects:
Named ‘’ The First Camera Obscura Photographic Art Museum ‘’ we can think abo...