's(e)oul scape: towards a new urbanity in korea' at the berlage institute
may 29, 2008
's(e)oul scape: towards a new urbanity in korea' at the berlage institute


welcomm city (junggu, seoul, korea) by seung h-sang, 2000 (photo by: osamu murai)

the berlage institute, located in rotterdam, the netherlands, began showing ‘s(e)oul scape: towards a new urbanity
in korea’ on may 15th. the exhibition chronicles the recent explosion of architectural and urban development in
south korea. the show is curated by francisco sanin, who chose to focus on the work of six notable korean
architects involved in the transformations:chung guyon, joh sung-yong, kim young-joon, min hyun-sik,
seung h-sang and yi jong-ho. the berlage institute is the third location for this touring exhibition after florence and
barcelona, it will remain there until june 20th.

http://www.berlage-institute.nl


hyehwa culture center for daejeon university (donggu, daejeon, korea) by seung h-sang, 2004
(photo by: osamu murai)


bus stop (muju, korea) by chung guyon, 2000


club of commune by the great wall (yangping country, beijing, china) by seung h-sang, 2002
(photo by: asakawa satoshi)


s residence (seoguipo, jejudo, korea) by kim young-joon (photo by: kim jea-kyeong)


hayyim, seocho ku (seoul, korea) by min hyun-sik, 2005 (photo by: jong oe kim)


h residence (heyri art valley, paju, gyeongido, korea) by kim young-joon, 2005 (photo by: kim jea-kyeon)


gwangju biennale project 4 (gwangju, korea) by yi jong-ho, 2002


eonyudo park (yeongdeungpo, korea) by joh sung-yong with seo-ahn landscape
architects, 2002 (photo by: kim jea-kyeong)

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