yokohama triennale 08 preview: minsuk cho (mass studies)
yokohama triennale 08 preview: minsuk cho (mass studies) yokohama triennale 08 preview: minsuk cho (mass studies)
aug 31, 2008

yokohama triennale 08 preview: minsuk cho (mass studies)

‘the ring dome’ in milan, by mass studies, 2008 photo © eric xu and vivi yingho




‘ring domes’ by minsuk cho (mass studies)
at: yokohama triennale (information center), yokohama, japan
from: september 13 – november 30, 2008

the yokohama triennale is japan’s largest international contemporary art exhibition with over 70 artists’ work on show. alongside the artists, four young international architects will be participating and displaying their projects including minsuk cho (mass studies), didier fiúza faustino, akihisa hirata and ryue nishizawa (sanaa).




‘the ring dome’ in milan, by mass studies, 2008




minsuk cho is one of korea’s internationally acclaimed architects. for the yokohama triennale, he will be installing two of his ‘ring domes’ on the waterfront of yokohama. the dome first made a sensation when it was shown at milan’s galleria vittorio emanuele during the 2008 salone.




‘the ring dome’ in milan, by mass studies, 2008




‘the ring dome’ in milan, by mass studies, 2008


‘the ring dome’ in milan, by mass studies, 2008 designboom interview minsuk cho(mass studies)


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