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SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers


CaoHeJing Guigu Creative HQ, Schmidt Hammer Lassen
Marseille Airport , Foster + Partners
National Museum of World Writing
Youth Pulbic Housing, FLO ARCHITECTS + STUDIO JIT
Cortex Park, ADEPT
Jeju Hotel WhistleLark, Architects & Planners SIAHN
CONCEPT
Volume. 225 Jan. 2018

ARCHI Object 006

Competition 014

Tectonic 056

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CONCEPT
Volume. 225 Jan. 2018

Mortuary Chapel for the Soriano-Manzanet


ARCHI Object 006 Family Vegas&Mileto+ Universitat Politecnica de Valencia

CaoHeJing Guigu Creative Headquarters


Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects
Marseille Airport extension Foster + Partners
PUBLISHER & EDITOR Jeong Jiseong
PAGES, National Museum of World Writing
SAMOO ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS
Competition 014 Cuneiformed, National Museum of World Writing
EDITORIAL
Chief of Editor_ Kim Dongjoo (ADF Architecture Design Force)
Hou de Sousa + Archotus Han Gwangho (SAN Architects & Enginners)
Deciphering of Hidden Presence, National Kim Hyoman (IROJE KHM Architects)
Museum of World Writing Juhyunkim Architecture Management_Yoon Gabjoong, Kim Yooncheol
Pulbic Housing for the youth in Dongjak Kim Kyoungmi · Jeong Moonho
FLO Architects + STUDIO JIT Architects Yang Eunyoung

EDITORIAL DESIGN
Jeong Moonyoung
Cortex Park ADEPT
Tectonic 056 Jeju Hotel WhistleLark Architects & Planners SIAHN CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE
Lee Kisun (The Magazine) · Kim Jaeyoon (Yadah)
MANAGEMENT DEPT. Son Miran
ADVERTISING Kang Seongkyu · Management_Hwang Injoo
SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers MARKETING Hwang Injoo · Lee Inseob · Seong Kyewang
Incheon Haneul Highschool, Hana Highschool OVERSEA MARKETING Monica Park
Korea National University of Arts Seocho-dong Campus PHOTO James Jeong, Kim Hansoo and more

Architects Chungbuk National University School of Lifelong Education

084 Bio center of Chungbuk National University, Woosuk University ASEM


Sancheong Middle School, Daegu International Highschool
HOMEPAGE www.capress.co.kr
Concept Dongtan(2) 14 Middle School, Yeondong-myeon Community Center E-MAIL capressconcept@gmail.com
Changwon National University HQ, Maetan-dong Library
Foundation of Agri. Tech. Commercialization & Transfer ADDRESS
Knowledge Industrial Center of Pangyo Creative Economic valley 307 APEX Center, 18 Achasan-ro 7na-gil, Seongdong-gu, Seoul,
KOREA(04795)
TEL : 455-8040 FAX : 460-9292

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Index 174 Architect Index


ARCHI Object
Mortuary Chapel

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Architects Vegas&Mileto_Camilla Mileto, Fernando Vegas + Universitat Politecnica de Valencia Location Municipal
Cemetery, Villarreal, Castellon, Spain Use Chapel Project Team M. Soledad Garcia Saez, Lidia Garcia Soriano, F. Javier
Gomez Patrocinio Client Soriano - Manzanet Family Photo Vicente A. Jimenez, Salvador Tomas Marquez (courtesy of
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This vault was created as a tribute both to the region’s rich ceramic-making tradition and to
the characteristic tile vault technique, historically widespread throughout the East of Spain.
This technique was disseminated by Valencian architect Rafael Guastavino both among
modernist architects, most notably Gaudi.

Special 3D programs were required to design the pantheon and the final solution was only
agreed on after 23 consecutive variations aiming for optimum aesthetic and structural
results. All the curves in the pantheon were produced using catenary profiles. These curves
are incredibly difficult to express mathematically and graphically to successfully optimise the
construction’s overall structural operation.

Close to 20,000 handmade ceramic tiles were used in construction following tests to
establish the type of clay, fuel and flame, texture, durability and aging tests. The size and
thickness, both dependent on the curves of the pantheon, and the necessary weight were
calculated for the three ceramic layers to compensate for the effect of wind suction.

The vault is comprised of four interlinked hyperbolic paraboloids and is very light yet
incredibly resistant because of its curves. Formwork was not required and only some metal
guides were used to ensure curvature was guaranteed at all times. Written by Vegas&Mileto

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Section A-A’ Section B-B’ Section C-C’

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International

CaoHeJing Guigu Creative Marseille Airport extension


Headquarters

Schmidt Hammer Lassen Foster + Partners


Architects

The project is aimed as CaoHeJing's platform Marseille airport has grown extensively and
for innovation. The new Centre will support and incrementally over the last 60 years. Our goal is
nurture high-tech firms, and connect local and to design a generous pavilion that reconnects all
overseas university graduates and enterprises parts of the existing buildings, simplifying the
and act as an accelerator for new technology in flow of people between them and creating a
China. new welcoming gateway to the region.
I N T E R N AT I O N A L + D O M E S T I C
COMPETITION

Domestic

SAMOO ARCHITECTS & Hou de Sousa + Archotus Juhyunkim Architecture FLO Architects + STUDIO JIT
ENGINEERS Architects

PAGES Cuneiformed Deciphering of Hidden Pulbic Housing for the youth


Presence in Dongjak
This proposal for National Museum of World Our proposal for the Museum addresses these In designing Museum of World Writing, we The "Pulbic Housing for the youth in Dongjak"
Writing (NMWW) intends to create an opposites, creating a container for the study and wanted the museum to be the place that offers utilizes the existing parking lot in the
architectural ‘PAGES’, filled with everything exposition of writing as an ancient the opportunity to speculate over the weight of Sungdaegol to solve the youth housing
about world writing. It is a mediation space manifestation of culture in a city whose culture the writing- origin, roots and beginning of the problems that have emerged as a serious social
which links people to people, people to is so new as to be undefined. In the process, we writing: When we carefully decipher the texts, problem in recent years. At the same time, this
museum, and museum to the site, just as how are writing this new city’s culture through we begin to explore underlying contexts and project is a new architectural attempt to
writing & page have bridged together the past, architecture. narratives in depth and encounter the moment promote gradual and voluntary urban
present, and future. of discovering. regeneration by expanding parks, community
spaces, and public parking lots.
International Competition WINNER

CaoHeJing Guigu Creative Headquarters Shanghai, China


Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects
Architects Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects Location Caohejing Hi-Tech Park, Shanghai, China Use Office Gross Floor
Area 12,187m2 (Above Ground 8,704m2) Landscape Architect Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects Collaborating Architect
UDG Structural Engineer UDG Client CaoHeJing High Tech Park Photo Beauty and the Bit, Schmidt Hammer Lassen
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Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects design for the new CaoHeJing Guigu Creative
Headquarters in Shanghai has broken ground on Monday 18th September. Developed by
government backed CaoHeJing Hi-Tech Park, the project is aimed as CaoHeJing's platform
for innovation. The new Centre will support and nurture high-tech firms, and connect local
and overseas university graduates and enterprises and act as an accelerator for new
technology in China.

The project sits on the edge of Shanghai Caohejing Hi-Tech Park, a state level economic and
technological development zone covering an area of 14.5 km2 east of downtown Shanghai,
and home to some 1,200 domestic and overseas hi-tech companies.

The project composing of three volumes split by two external landscaped terraces that
contain shared meeting and support functions. The two upper volumes contain divisible
incubator studio space while the lower volume contains the main lobby, exhibition and event
space and a coffee bar.

The volumes are playfully staggered to create a combination of exposed and shaded external
spaces that can be utilised at different times of the year in Shanghai's variable weather
conditions. By doing this we create a direct connection to exterior green space for the
buildings occupants to use throughout the year. Written by Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects
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International Competition WINNER

Marseille Airport extension Provence, France


Foster + Partners

Architects Foster + Partners Location Cote d'Azur, Provence, France Use Airport Bldg. Area
Terminal 1 85,000m2, Core 20,000m2, Boarding 13,500m2, Store 11,300m2 Max. Height 23m
Photo Foster + Partners

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The primary gateway to Provence, the project will allow the airport to serve up to 12 million
passengers per year (excluding the MP2 terminal), future-proofing the development until
2046. The design restores the clarity of layout and expression in Fernand Pouillon's 1960s
original, while adding the 'missing piece' to the 1992 extension by Richard Rogers to tie the
entire ensemble of buildings together. Phase I of the project will create a new 'Coeur' -
literally, heart in French - that rationalises arrival and departure sequences within a single
building, creating an intuitive progression through the terminal for passengers.

The Coeur is a 22-metre-high glazed hall whose structural expression echoes that of the
Pouillon building, with its inverted beam roof, heroic 33-metre-deep span and a continuous
grid of glass skylights. Clad with stainless-steel, the skylights act like giant lanterns, bringing
natural light and air deep into the building. Large indoor trees bring a sense of calm to the
space, helping create a relaxing environment.

Marseille airport has grown extensively and incrementally over the last 60 years. Our goal is
to design a generous pavilion that reconnects all parts of the existing buildings, simplifying
the flow of people between them and creating a new welcoming gateway to the region. The
new terminal features a panoramic terrace overlooking the airport and the landscape beyond,
and is entirely top lit, capturing the bright Provencal sunlight and paying homage to the bold
architectural spirit of Fernand Pouillon's original building.

The movement of passengers from landside to airside and vice versa follows a simple linear
diagram. All departing passengers pass through security screening on the first floor,
overlooking the arrivals level below. Passing through a giant multimedia screen that spans
across the building, they are immediately transported into a large double-height space
animated by shops and restaurants, with tranquil seating areas surrounded by green trees.
From here, there is a clear view of the aircraft and landing bays, with the lounges and
panoramic terrace on upper levels. The Coeur floats above the existing 1990s building,
creating a common architectural expression for the airport.

The interfaces between the old and new buildings are clearly articulated, using a distinctive
portal frame throughout the building. The interior spaces flow seamlessly from one building
to the other, with a flexible layout that can be adapted for the existing buildings. Phase II will
add an additional pier with 12 aerobridges. To reduce the impact on day-to-day airport
operations, the modular structure will be predominantly prefabricated offsite, and erected on
a fast-track schedule. Written by Foster + Partners

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Domestic Competition WINNER

PAGES, National Museum of World Writing

SAMOO ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS

Architects SAMOO ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS_Park Dokwon Location Central Park, 24-8, Songdo-dong, Yeonsu-gu,
Incheon, Korea Use Cultural Facilities (Museum) Site Area 19,418m2 Bldg. Area 5,771m2 Gross Floor Area 16,424m2 Bldg.
Coverage Ratio 29.7% Gross Floor Ratio 30.5% Bldg. Scale B3, 1F Structure S.R.C. Max. Height 10.1m Landscape Area
12,300m2 Parking Lot 150 Cars Exterior Finish Concrete, Stone, Metal Panel, Low-E Double Glazing Project Team Lee
Jubyung, Kim Yeonggeol, Kim Jinhwa, Park Sungho, Lee Yonghun, Kim Junyub Client Ministry of Culture, Sports, and
Tourism
PAGES, RECORDING A COMMON PART OF DAILY EVENTS
PAGES is a new museum where stories will be written. Stories of everyday life will be
conveyed via architecturally devised scripts which would link people to people, people to
museum, and museum to the park, just as how writing & pages have bridged together the
past, present, and future.
Contour of the design stems from existing patterns of the park. Pedestrian roads and bike
lanes intersect and disperse rhythmically, resembling hieroglyphic writing. Trails will be
flowing in and out of NMWW and the park, their boundary obscured and merged to conceive
flexible spaces, where people will casually and unceremoniously circulate around as fish
would within coral reefs. Daily life happening in the park has been transcribed into the
museum beneath, and the gesture symbolically exhibits the sense of presence of writing.

WRITING MUSEUM ON SONGDO CENTRAL PARK


For the given site in between the central park and the city, NMWW has to be thought of in
terms of horizontality, openness, flexibility and public engagement rather than solid,
monolithic and vertical mass. While respecting the existing context, of both urban and
natural, the design proposal a naturally curved & labyrinthine 'PAGES' aims to arrange a lot of
contacts, communication, and understanding one another.
'PAGES' should establish the conditions of fruitful narratives. The museum is a place for
understanding and respecting the fundamentals of humanity's culture with writings, and
becomes pages, which daily landscape & life written. 'PAGE's are where stories will be
written. Stories of everyday life will be conveyed via architecturally devised scripts. Written by
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Basement 1st Floor Plan 1st Floor Plan

1. Permanet Exhibition 13. Seminar Room


2. Special Exhibition 14. Lecture Room
3. Outdoor Exhibition 15. Library
4. Preparation Room 16. Oce
5. Storage 17. Conference Room
6. Preservation 18. Night-duty Room 26. Inrmary
7. O-loading 19. Gym 27. Computer Room
8. Resistration 20. Employee Cafeteria 28. Machine Room
9. Studio 21. Document Storage 29. Ventilation Room
10. Photo Studio 22. Research Room 30. Parking Lot
11. Warehouse 23. Lobby and Hall 31. Sub Entrance
12. Multi-purpose 24. Cafeteria 32. Shop
Auditorium 25. Lactation Room 33. Bicycle
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Domestic Competition 2nd PLACE

Cuneiformed, National Museum of World Writing

Hou de Sousa + Archotus

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Architects Hou de Sousa + Archotus Location Central Park, 24-8, Songdo-dong, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon, Korea Use Museum
Area 15,600m2 Bldg. Scale B3 Landscape Area 19,400m2 Parking Lot 40 Cars Exterior Finish Perforated Aluminum, Low-
iron Glass Facade Project Team Hou de Sousa_Nancy Hou, Josh de Sousa, Julia DiPietro + Archotus_Craig Mitchell Cook
Client The Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism Model Photo Hou de Sousa

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The National Museum of World Writing in Songdo pairs two conditions at odds with one
another. The first is the purpose of the Museum: exploring the ancient universality of human
communication in written form. The second is its site: the city of Songdo, built in the past
decade on a tabula rasa of reclaimed land. Our proposal for the Museum addresses these
opposites, creating a container for the study and exposition of writing as an ancient
manifestation of culture in a city whose culture is so new as to be undefined. In the process,
we are writing this new city’s culture through architecture.

Our strategy addresses these conditions by proposing a form evocative of the very thing
Songdo lacks: a history. But rather than employ stereotypical historic architectural forms, we
looked for the places where the fundamentals of writing and architecture overlap - solid to
void relationships, the trace of gesture on surface, the meaning in the depth of a mark,
penetration, or extrusion. And we expressed these on the tabula rasa of the site, cutting into
the surface with abstractions of these formal elements. The result is a museum one
discovers as if by accident, revealed in the earth as an archaeological site, its repeated
modular geometries evocative of the ancient Cuneiform writing system of marks cut into a
flat clay surface. Written by Hou de Sousa + Archotus

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Hangul alphabet rotation 3D module rotations Ground up construction footprint vs a sunken courtyard approach

Reduce the effective footprint by infilling the courtyard extending the


Hangul character geometry Module geometry surrounding park onto a grade level green roof

Hangul packing structure of radicals 3D radical packing and module types Vehicle access

Movable Type Cuneiform

Mayan Alphabet Hieroglyphics Module packing into clusters Pedestrian and bike circulation

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Domestic Competition 3rd PLACE

Deciphering of Hidden Presence, National Museum of World Writing

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Architects Juhyunkim Architecture Location Central Park, 24-8, Songdo-dong, Yeonsu-gu,
Incheon, Korea District Natural Green Area Use Museum Site Area 19,418m2 Bldg. Area
6,796m2 Gross Floor Area 15,522m2 Bldg. Coverage Ratio 35% Gross Floor Ratio 35% Bldg.
Scale B1, 1F Structure Steel, Rammed Earth Construction, Paper-Crete Parking Lot 106
Cars, Handicap Parking 14 Cars Exterior Finish Soil, Laminated Paper Board Project Team
Kim Juhyun, Cho Euno Client Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Korea Photo
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In the 21st Century, writings are instant: people write on Facebook wall while commuting,
send text message while dining and post short notes on Twitter while driving. Many people
happen to write without deep speculation, read without deliberating over the meaning
behind written words.

In designing Museum of World Writing, we wanted the museum to be the place that offers
the opportunity to speculate over the weight of the writing- origin, roots and beginning of the
writing: When we carefully decipher the texts, we begin to explore underlying contexts and
narratives in depth and encounter the moment of discovering.

We wanted to put an emphasis on this moment of gradual realization by creating the spatial
atmosphere of "exploring and discovering." To achieve this, subterranean courtyard
surrounded by prehistoric writings on soil walls acts as the center of gravity in museum's
spatial layout. Here, visitors encounter ancient writing on the cave wall, ancient engraved
writings on soil, and start to connect with the history, culture of other times and other worlds.

We believe this carved out space will also offers the opportunity to re-think about the history
of the site: Layered soil horizons of wall will reveal the re-claimed land of Songdo, creating
sharp contrast with high-rises skyline of modern Song-do in the background. Clustering
around this subterranean courtyard, 6 main exhibition space and special exhibition space will
be located. While these exhibition space is located below ground, easy access from lakeside
is provided with the gently sloped ramp. Written by Juhyunkim Architecture

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Domestic Competition WINNER

Pulbic Housing for the youth in Dongjak

FLO Architects + STUDIO JIT Architects

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Architects FLO Architects_Choi Jaewon, Oh Jinkuk, Shin Yohan + STUDIO JIT
Architects_Choi Joonwon Location 275, Sangdo-dong, Dongjak-gu, Seoul, Korea District 2nd
General Residential Area, Public Open Space Use Housing, Parking Lot Site Area 1,048.00m2
Bldg. Area 545.26m2 Gross Floor Area 3,134.55m2 Bldg. Coverage Ratio 52.03% Gross Floor
Ratio 161.69% Bldg. Scale B2, 5F Structure R.C. Max. Height 19.6m Parking Lot 68 Cars
Exterior Finish Brick, Exposed Concrete, Low-E Paired Glass Project Team Sung Minchang
Client Dongjak-gu Office

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Sungdaegol is an old residential area belonging to improvement area of residential
environment and a village community where energy independence and various activities
centered on youth take place. The "Pulbic Housing for the youth in Dongjak" utilizes the
existing parking lot in the Sungdaegol to solve the youth housing problems that have
emerged as a serious social problem in recent years. At the same time, this project is a new
architectural attempt to promote gradual and voluntary urban regeneration by expanding
parks, community spaces, and public parking lots.

Above the public parking lot, there are the apartment houses on the north side and are the
outdoor space such as parks, plazas, and playgrounds for local residents on the south side.
On the lower floors, programs for local communities, such as a town hall, a children's library,
and youth education facilities are planned. Also, an open, three-dimensional walkway
conncecting with "Village Road" and "Youth Road" is extended to the whole of the
Sungdaegol.

The "village road" and "youth road" crossing around the park naturally overcome the level
difference and connect Sungdaegol like a line of latitude and longitude. And roads induce
natural contact and communication through various programs between young people and
local resident.

Upper youth house consists of "youth terrace", "communal kitchen" and "youth shelter"
centering on "youth hall" which is a living room role. Rooms are arranged in a middle corridor
format to create a natural community between tenants. We hope that the pulbic housing
where young people and the local residents meet will be a meaningful space sharing new
vitality and hope. Written by FLO Architects + STUDIO JIT Architects

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Cortex Park

ADEPT

Cortex Park brings together four educational and innovation programs under one roof - connecting
students, researchers and staff with shared sports facilities and urban character. The result is a
building designed for the challenge of both mind and body - and to establish a close relation
between the building and its surroundings. Placing the sports facilities as a 'roof', spanning between
the four houses, we create a both physical and mental experience of sharing, as well as a new
hybrid between knowledge and movement.
W O R K S + D E S I G N

TECTONIC

Jeju Hotel WhistleLark

Architects & Planners SIAHN

Jeju Hotel WhistleLark is located in a hotel cluster between Jeju Airport and Jeju Port, standing with
its back toward Mt. Halla and overlooking the sea. In order to express the exotic feeling of boutique
Monaco, free curved lines symbolizing the ripples of the sea in Jeju was designed on the facade of
the lower part and sea light was installed on the arch-shaped balcony of the upper part.
Cortex Park Odense, Denmark
ADEPT

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Architects ADEPT Location Odense, Denmark Use Education and Sprots Facilities Gross
Floor Area 7,500m2 Bldg. Scale 4F Participants Rambøll Engineers, Schul Landskab Photo
All photos by Adam Mørk

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Cortex Park brings together four educational and innovation programs under one roof -
connecting students, researchers and staff with shared sports facilities and urban character.
The result is a building designed for the challenge of both mind and body - and to establish a
close relation between the building and its surroundings. Placing the sports facilities as a 'roof',
spanning between the four houses, we create a both physical and mental experience of sharing,
as well as a new hybrid between knowledge and movement.

The four individual houses are separate volumes but connected in several ways: the urban space
floating into the building at the entrance level, the crisscrossing stairs spanning the triple-height
space atrium and the common area at the top floor. The sports facilities at the top floor hovers
over the four heavy houses and endows the building with a literally enlightening identity. When
darkness falls, it lit up to tell the story of an active environment for education, research and
movement - around the clock.

A large skylight draws daylight down on the common square where a number of social and
administrative functions are located as center points in the central meeting space of the building.
Standing on the square looking up, the crisscrossing stairs experienced as an additional spatial
layer in building. Each of the individual houses in the building have their own facade expression in
graphic concrete, contrasting the lightness of the stairs. Written by ADEPT

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Jeju Hotel WhistleLark Jeju-do, Korea
Architects & Planners SIAHN

Architects Architects & Planners SIAHN_Lim Jaepyung Location 1443-2, Geonip-dong, Jeju-si,
Jeju-do, Korea Use Hotel, Neighborhood Living Facility Site Area 3,747.30m2 Bldg. Area
2,259.81m2 Gross Floor Area 17,508.14m2 Bldg. Coverage Ratio 60.31% Gross Floor Ratio
354.49% Bldg. Scale B2, 10F Structure R.C. Max. Height 34.90m Landscape Area 663.94m2
Parking Lot 104 Cars Exterior Finish Granite, Natural Stone Tile, Stuc-O-FLEX Project Team Kim
Jaebin, Lim Haesook, Kim Sungjin, Jeong Jiyeon Client KB Real Estate Trust Photo
CONCEPT_James Jeong

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Jeju Hotel WhistleLark is located in a hotel cluster between Jeju Airport and Jeju Port, standing
with its back toward Mt. Halla and overlooking the sea. In order to express the exotic feeling of
boutique Monaco, free curved lines symbolizing the ripples of the sea in Jeju was designed on
the facade of the lower part and sea light was installed on the arch-shaped balcony of the upper
part.
The walls of the 2nd to 8th floors were made in white color, and the glass was made into a bright
blue color, which brought harmony to Jeju sea and surrounding landscape. On the first floor,
granite and natural stone tiles, which are similar to the surrounding color and materials, are
used, excluding intense colors of primary colors.
Interior color of lobby, hall and rooms were designed with the theme of Mt.Halla and Jeju sea.
On the lower level, there are management facilities, convenience facilities and an outdoor
swimming pool overlooking the sea. And there are rooms and top floor suites above the ground.
Written by Architects & Planners SIAHN

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9th Floor Plan 10th Floor Plan

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SUN+PARTNERSArchitects & Engineers _ Lee Yongsun, Lee Yongmin

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Lee Yongsun, CEO of SUN+PARTNERS, graduated from Hanyang University in 1978 with a degree in Architectural Engineering. He worked at
Samwoo Architects and has participated in various fields such as the invited archictect of Korean Architecture Award and the APEC Architect.
He is a member of Korean Institute of Architects(KIA) and Korean Institute of Educational Facilities(KIEF) and a director of Future Learning
Environment Institute(FLEI).
Lee Yongmin, senior executive of SUN+PARTNERS, received B.S. degree and M.S. degree in architecture, Ajou University. He worked at seoul
architecs & engineers office. Also he has been an invited artist of Korean Association of architects and Design Faculties and an adjunct
professor of architecture at Chungbuk National University. He is an member of KIA and a director of FLEI.

SUN+PARTNERS has been carrying out various design works for education and research facilities and sports leisure facilities for 27 years since
its establishment in 1991. The company has been selected from the government and public institutions for several times as a company with
superior quality of products based on design, architecture and follow-up management; "Haneul Highschool" and "Hana Highschool" were
awarded the Excellence Prize of the Excellent Facilities School of the Ministry of Education. SUN+PARTNERS is a specialized architectural
design office leading the architectural culture.
With the motto of "Building begins with building the sun(line in Korean)" which is the meaning of the company name, company has been
leading the design, business management and research services, and has proposed creative solutions based on future-oriented thinking and
reasonable and creative architectural will as a specialized architectural design office. It has been recognized as a architecural design office with
specialized expertise; culture and assembly facilities, education and research facilities, sports leisure facilities and related design fields.
Also, the name "SUN + PARTNERS" means that all employees are partners. As a part of this, at the end of the every year, all employees have
the overseas training and raise a common consciousness. In particular, employees are invited to visit the overseas educational facility tour of
FLEI to experience advanced educational facilities.
SUN + PARTNERS has been working on a number of projects based on our specialized architectural experience since 2014. Let's take a look at
the footsteps of SUN + PARTNERS that are making a foothold for a new leap forward.

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1. It’s almost 30 years since you opened your office and if there is an architectural language that SUN+PARTNERS Architects &
Engineer (hereinafter referred to as SUN+PARTNERS) is pursuing in various construction businesses, what is that?
SUN+PARTNERS, established in 1991 is a midsize design office equipped with education research facility and sports leisure as well as
cultural facilities for 27 years. In the past we performed the golf related facility project and studied the facilities of Japan and Europe
intensively through bench marking and have been doing education research and sports leisure design as main business.
For education research facility, we are designing all buildings in the curriculum and we have lots of experiences from planning to
design and business management and also asking continuously “What is a school of descent characteristic?”
For sports leisure facility, starting the design for the club house of Jeju La Henne CC and Golftel, we have grown as the specialized
design company for golf and leisure facility and also we completed overseas design work such as Beijing Baekjakwon Golf Club and
Golf Resort in Seokdo, China successfully. A design that places the most importance on rationality and functionality based on sufficient
understanding for building, brings the results that gives a comfort and boost to users who are using that space by the economical and
efficient facility operation after completion of construction. This leads to the business success of owner and the trust of designer which
is the belief of SUN+PARTNERS.

2. How do you make an initial concept? What is the most important factor?
First, the optimized design to availability of space, function and site is the most important. As domestic design culture has not yet
reached to change the internal space significantly compared with the appearance, it is needed to do design that attracts the optimal
and fresh sense of space from the original function of each building. To do so, it is needed to review the requirement of user and set the
priority by studying the site in the beginning of architectural design. Every project has a different priority.

3. What is the standard of selection for the works?


SUN+PARTNERS has grown focusing on education facility from the beginning of foundation. We are designing the facilities containing
the whole courses of education, starting from kindergarten and elementary school to college, university and even lifelong education
institute. Haneul High School and Hana High School as Independent Private High School are the building combining natural terrain and
education space and the school building of Korea National University of Arts in Seocho-dong, Seoul is the design work asking how it
can be located properly in the order of the existing building located in the Seoul Art Center. Woosuk University has a meaning as large-
scale project that we performed from master plan and working design and even to supervision.
The reduction of population in farm village brings reduction of size or closing of school and finally results in rebuilding as boarding
school by binding several rural areas. Gyeongnam Sancheong Boarding Middle School is an integrated rural school which is a future
school of small town where residence and local community coexist in the education. This is very common case seen in small town of
rural areas and it is expected to be a model of integrated school which is suggested newly in the recent times.
Agricultural Technology Commercialization Foundation and Pangyo Creative Economy Valley Public Knowledge Industrial Center are
the case that shows the completed design through cooperation with Major office (W/Haean Architect Office) and medium-size office

4. There are various kinds of project but especially the education facility attracts me. When designing the education facility, what
approach method do you select and what is the strong points?
Education facility is the infrastructure which is the initial basis of city or architecture and which is the facility for students as well as used
for local residents in the aspect of lifelong education. Three elements considered meaningful in school building are the space of
education, environment of user and local factors. In detail, depending on which element is reflected, the type of school, space
configuration, layout and elevation design are all changed. Thus we are placing the primary emphasis on making an education space
that creativity is required based on design experience and understanding of curriculum and the secondary emphasis on interchange
with local community.

5. Despite of various education facilities, depending on user, the design direction seems to be changed such as the major color,
elevation design, space configuration etc. Are there differentiated elements? How do you intend to show such elements?
The education facilities we are designing have various differentiated requirements depending on age and physical condition from kids
for kindergarten to adults and the objective of establishment of each school. However, all education spaces have essential features in
common as a space for growth and exchange. For growth space, when we design an elementary school, we look at it from the view
point of elementary school student and when we design a research center, we are performing the design looking at it from the view
point of researcher. We are moving to seek the delicate contact point and we are sure that in such process, we can find the
differentiated elements. We intend to realize the building considering the convenience of user, variability to respond in the age of
diversity and feasibility considering the maintenance, not the building considering only aesthetic elements and construction costs of
education facility and we are also making our efforts to complete the building with the philosophy of architect after collecting the
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6. We heard that you have worked lots of project in many areas. What is the most favorite work and what is the reason?
It’s Incheon Haneul Highschool which is Independent Private High School, completed in 2012 through short design period since we
were selected in the design competition in 2009. The biggest challenge of the plan as boarding high school is inserting the
communication space we are thinking into the site. We intended to provide students with a space to exchange in the flow connecting to
education space and living space. The flow created in the space of boarding school, the event occurred in the contingency of that flow,
and the space available to accept such events and the space available to learn from nature will be included in a broad sense. So to
speak, based on sufficient understanding of curriculum and active recognition of surrounding environment, we tried to create a fusion
space without boundary that contains the function of learning space as well as various desires and behaviors of students comfortably.
The architectural evaluation for this facility has a good reputation is well-known to everybody as the representative advanced case of
school facility till now since the completion in 2012. I’d like to place the meaning on successful realization of new challenge of school
building through school operation and trials and errors.
In particular, for HANA Highschool, the architecture club was organized in the student club community and student reporter and
architecture club students visited our office to have an interview for school magazine. The school building touched the students who are
using it and made students interested in architecture and create a club to study architecture and gave the positive effects to the
personality of students. We think that this is the biggest praise that architect who designed the education facility can receive.

7. On the contrary, what is the regretful work? And what is the reason?
I’d like to memorize it as a project that we need to think over the level of completion and passion for the design rather than regret.
For Agricultural Technology Center, we devoted ourselves to configuration aesthetics based on symbolism but failed to win. For the
school building of Korea National University of Arts in Seoul, I feel regret as the design was changed due to external requirements other
than the original purpose. In addition, there are several overseas projects like TAKAITAI Lake Land in Philippines, Greenpia Golf and
Resort in Sakhalin that failed to realize just before construction step according to the situation of each country. I feel regret.

8. Design Office thinks of architectural design first but needs other management administration. Is there any special method of
SUN+PARTNERS?
SUN+PARTNERS is located at the contact point of atelier office and large-sized design office and exposed to its strong points and weak
points as it is. But we are pursuing the innovation of design by fast decision making around our representative and person-centered
aggressive investment and we are securing the diversity of architecture based on systematic design system.
We are growing every year and we have been conducting the investment for the future, overseas training and visiting the advanced
cases, workshop etc. We are separating the privacy and business of employees thoroughly to increase the concentration and reduce
the cost and also we are reducing the expectation cost by selection and concentration for the specialized facility use.

9. Your office has performed overseas workshop and in-company competition, seminar and what is the purpose of various internal
activities and what advantages you got through this?
SUN + PARTNERS is holding seminars with various themes by invitation of specialists in every sector of society every two months. In
addition, we have a forum with executives and working staffs of the company for the selected topic irregularly. Through seminar, the
members of company are talking about common topic together and sometime sharing the project of other department to solve
problems together. In design field, the personal capability of members is important but the mutual understanding and cooperation are
needed to secure the uniformity of design through communication of organization. The overseas architecture tour performed every
year becomes the fifth anniversary this year which is overseas workshop participated by all employees. Through this workshop, we can
identify the interest of our members and experience advanced overseas architecture and get the common theme consciousness and
goal and above all, this event becomes a foundation for the architectural development of SUN+PARTNERS for the future.

10. When construction business is not good like recent times, what preparation do you think are needed as architect as well as a
representative of company?
Architecture Design Office is now competing unlimitedly as exposed to various terminology and changes, compared with the past and
reflects the current situation of the age. We have to supplement and improve the technical development and individual creativity
mutually instead of conflict, in order to draw new change. And also we need to play the role of advance guard to realize the new society
that modern architects have struggled intensely as well as pay attention to the function of coordinator who bridges the cultural gap
between members of society that has been gradually polarized. Accordingly, all members of SUN+PARTNERS are making their efforts
to pursue newness and at the same time suggest optimal solutions to the ones who need our service related to architecture, rather
than forcing our opinion. The midsized office has a strong point to experience general architectural business in short time compared
with large-sized office while the opportunity to experience the organized joint design or large-scale design is given less. So, it is very
important to take the first step into the society considering personal characteristics and preference.

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Incheon Haneul Highschool
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Architects SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers Location 570, Unseo-dong, Jung-gu, Incheon, Korea District 1st Urban
Design District Use Education and Research Facilities (School) Site Area 30,757.00m2 Bldg. Area 13,305.31m2 Gross Floor
Area 32,957.76m2 Bldg. Coverage Ratio 43.26% Gross Floor Ratio 81.05% Bldg. Scale B1, 5F Structure R.C. (Gym Room_S.C.)
Max. Height 20.2m Parking Lot 154Cars Exterior Finish Cement Panel, Titanium Zinc Sheet, THK24 Low-E Double Glazing,
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A school that realizes "dreams"
A school that we are thinking is the school that realizes the creativity of students and finds its
'dream' and evolve by itself in the new environment as well as education by education. The
school is located in the place surrounded by Mt.Baekun and greenbelt. The vital space of the
site reminded us of the place of exchange between 'teacher and student', 'student and
student' and 'human and nature'. Such spaces provide an education for students making a
communication and finding themselves.
The biggest thing to do was inserting a space of communication to the site. In the flow
connecting an education space, medium space and living space, we intended to provide
users with a space to exchange.
New education environment does not mean providing facilities and equipment only. The flow
created in the space of school, the event occurred in the contingency of that flow, and the
space available to accept such events and the space available to learn from nature will be
included in a broad sense because the most important education may be inside there.

We considered the plan to minimize the damage of green belt by using the layout and mass
type to minimize the transformation of the existing natural landscape and by adapting to the
existing terrain surface.
We arranged the special teacher unit and management area according to the type of site
which is long to the north and south and located the general teacher unit, club member unit,
gym, cafeteria, dormitory in the order to increase the efficiency of facility use. In addition, we
planned various outside spaces between buildings to meet nature actively.
The large atrtium, ceiling and planting materials were planned to make a light and wind
come into the inside deeply and make a rest area of the soft and vital space for teacher. We
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Hana Highschool
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Architects SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers Location Eunpyeong New Town 3-2
Block, Eunpyeong-gu, Seoul, Korea District 2nd Exclusive Residental Area Use Education
and Research Facilities (School) Site Area 26,447.60m2 Bldg. Area 9,542.66m2 Gross Floor
Area 38,256.79m2 Bldg. Coverage Ratio 36.08% Gross Floor Ratio 99.45% Bldg. Scale B4, 8F
Structure R.C., S.C. Max. Height 31.90m Parking Lot 168 Cars Exterior Finish Titanium Zinc
Sheet, Exposed Concrete, High-density Wood Panle, THK24 Low-E Double Glazing, Granite
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The planned site is surrounded by natural landscape such as neighboring park and national
park. According to the analysis of site level, the terrain has a sharp slope with 22m level
difference to vertical direction and 10m level difference to horizontal direction in parallel with
a road.
We intended to impose order to the sloping terrain and the implementation site. We set the
central axis considering the accessibility and arranged the access yard, playground, teacher
unit, cafeteria and dormitory by area. Around the access yard, the education facility was
arranged on the left and the concert hall on the right so that the education facility and the
open facility are divided naturally. General curriculum unit was arranged in front and the
dormitory on the top floor to make a natural zoning according to the use time. In the middle
space between these two buildings, a cafeteria and gym were arranged to make an easy
access to dormitory and classroom.
The concert hall is an important facility seen from outside which allows the access from the
access yard and event and culture yard. In the access yard, the movement line of vehicles and
pedestrians was completely divided and the lower part of playground was planned as a
parking lot of same level with access yard and this parking lot is connected with underground
parking lot of general curriculum unit to avoid the inconvenience of user's movement.
The outdoor space created naturally according to the terrain has the function of rest area for
students and ecological environment. The space with various themes is a green space with
shadows which is a rest area for students. In particular, the roof-top deck plaza of concert
hall is made to be used as a space available for various events and cultural activities.
The main street connecting from playground to dormitory was planned to be located toward
south for sunlight considering students who are staying in the school for 24 hours. This axis
of moving line is a circulating movement line system with the walking road connected to the
whole campus which is connected to various outside spaces and available to access to
dormitory by vehicle against emergencies. Written by SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers

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Korea National University of Arts Seocho-dong Campus
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Architects SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers + UNITS UA + BEACON ARCHITECTS
Location 2374, Nambusunhwan-ro, Seocho-gu, Seoul, Korea District Natural Green Area
Use Education and Research Facilities (University) Site Area 15,919.40m2 Bldg. Area
3,181.76m2 Gross Floor Area 19,000.55m2 Bldg. Coverage Ratio 19.99% Gross Floor Ratio
71.03% Bldg. Scale B2, 4F Structure Steel + R.C. Max. Height 29.80m Parking Lot
Underground_61 Cars, Aboveground_23 Cars Exterior Finish Aluminum Curtain Wall,
THK30 Granite Stone, Stone Panel Project T eam SUN+PARTNERS Architects &
Engineers_Baek Donggab, Kim Kyungtae, Lee Jiyeon UNITS UA_Choi Jeongwoo
BEACON ARCHITECTS_Park Jonghun, Park Wondong Construction PACIFIC Engineering &
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School as “Ort”
Art is a skill desired to express something universal through subjective object and at the
same time intellectual activity. Artists intend to intuit and express something universal and
persuade appreciators to be intuited.

The study intends to identify the truth through realistic fact while the art creates the
independent world in the imagination of artists and embodies the limited situation in the
realistic world and is re-organized by the view of art of artist. The artist as a producer of
meaning trains his/her own five senses and intelligence in the open status all the times.

According to the establishment of self and development of society, the expression pattern
has diversified and the direction of abstract painting has widened and the modern art
became more complicated and diverse. Thus the traditional education space which has a
clear function and purpose became difficult to accept the change of art and its diversity.

Thus, the model of Art School we suggest is the 'Ort' that has a flexible boundary available to
react the change of daily life sensitively and reply with creator and respond the requirement
of present and future. To do this, it has the concept of 'flexible boundary', 'intended margin of
space', and 'the scenery of daily life'. Written by SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers

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Chungbuk National University School of Lifelong Education
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Architects SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers Location 93-1, Sugok-dong,
Heungdeok-gu, Cheongju-si, Chungbuk, Korea District 2nd General Residential Area Use
Education and Research Facilities Site Area 13,200m2 Bldg. Area 3,068.08m2 Gross Floor
Area 5,988.82m2 Bldg. Coverage Ratio 23.24% Gross Floor Ratio 40.92% Bldg. Scale B1, 3F
Structure R.C. Max. Height 18.6m Parking Lot 92 Cars Exterior Finish Granite Stone, Metal
Panel, Low-E Double Glazing Project Team Lee Yongmin, Kim Seungtae Client Chungbuk
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As a place of open education with culture and nature, we wanted to provide a place of
learning where people can easily and intimately approach people and their lives.

1. Add green parks where nature lives


It creates a green park as an abundant outdoor space and realizes environment-friendly
spaces such as wind roads, green roofs, and courtyards.
2. Add education spaces to communicate with local community
The community, the lifelong education facility, and open education system where local
residents are likely to approach are creating new encounters for local residents.
3. Add vibrant cultural spaces
It provides various spaces for leisure and cultural life of the residents. Spaces as hall,
corridor, stairs, etc. are used as exhibition space to create a resting space. Written by

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Bio Center of Chungbuk National University
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Architects SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers Location 1, Chungdae-ro, Seowon-Gu,
Cheongju-si, Chungbuk, Korea District Urban Area, Natural Green Area Use Education and
Research Facilities (University) Site Area 971,249m2 Bldg. Area 2,728.47m2 Gross Floor Area
8,397.78m2 Bldg. Coverage Ratio 0.28% Gross Floor Ratio 0.86% Bldg. Scale 6F Structure
R.C. Max. Height 30m Parking Lot 25 Cars Exterior Finish Aluminum Sheet, Brick, High-
density Wood Panel, THK24 Double Glazing Project Team Lee Yongmin, Lee Yongkwon
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Human + Nature + BioCenter
New eco-friendly bio center
It was planned to functionally connect with surrounding facilities. The fluidity and variability
of the space that communicates with nature maximizes the efficiency of research and allows
for a comfort of living.

Organically connecting with existing facilities


Circulation system considering the linkage between agriculture and college universities was
created. And common spaces considering the accessibility of external users was planned.

Eco-friendly bio research center


An eco-friendly research center that conforms to the natural terrain and greenery flows was
designed. The existing green space was preserved, the associated eco-garden was created,
and the bio garden was organized in a buffer zone with existing facilities. It consists of eco-
friendly research and rest space.

Variable utilization of various research spaces


We planned a flexible and sustainable research space to adapt to future changes. We have
implemented a futuristic image and made it possible to functionally separate and link
research space and public space. Written by SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers

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Woosuk University ASEM campus
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Jincheon-gun, Korea

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Architects SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers Location Gyoseong-ri, Jincheon-eup,
Jincheon-gun, Chungbuk, Korea District Natural Green Area Use Education and Research
Facilities (University) Site Area 132,357.00m2 Bldg. Area 10,654.45m2 Gross Floor Area
52,870.02m2 Bldg. Coverage Ratio 8.05% Gross Floor Ratio 27.67% Bldg. Scale B2, 5F
Structure R.C. Max. Height 22.02m Parking Lot 336 Cars Exterior Finish Granite, THK24
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Woosuk University ASEM campus consists of 8 buildings - the main building and the library,
the Future Center, the Onnuri Building, the Create Building, and the Techno Building;
international colleges, science and technology colleges, cultural and social colleges, student
halls and dormitories. It is a project that has been carried out from planning to design and
business management. In particular, it has become an eco-friendly campus with geothermal
heating and air-conditioning buildings and car-free campuses. And the university not only
teaches students but also leads the local educational, cultural and economic sectors.

Community Cluster, Construction of basic framework


In clustered complex zoning, education facilities, sports facilities, and dormitory were
arranged in relation to the pedestrian circulation in the campus. The underground parking lot
was placed under the campus core to create a car-free campus. So, interference and noise
between the buildings are minimized centering on the walking line.

Campus Core, Make campus core


At the center of the campus, campus core was built with the Asem Square and the sky
gardens. In the campus core, the triangle space structure of the administrative building /
library - international building / auditorium - social culture building was formed and each
educational research facility is linked to each other centered on the campus core.

Academic Corridor, Linkage between individual buildings


Through Academic Corridor, a human centered campus system was constructed by linking
education and research facilities, sports facilities and dormitories to prepare campus
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Sancheong Middle School
SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers
Sancheong-gun, Korea

Architects SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers Location Sancheong-eup, Sancheong-


gun, Gyeongsangnam-do, Korea District Natural Green Area, Productive Green Area Use
Education and Research Facilities (School) Site Area 30,000m2 Bldg. Area 5,988.00m2 Gross
Floor Area 12,861.68m2 Bldg. Coverage Ratio 19.96% Gross Floor Ratio 42.37% Bldg. Scale
B1, 4F Structure R.C., S.C. Max. Height 16.4m Parking Lot 49 Cars Exterior Finish Clay
Brick, Metal Panel, Low-E Double Glazing Project Team Sung Hojin, Kim Seonjin, Choi
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A blue sky seen with the view of Mt. Chiri
The way students are walking talking with friends in the fresh scent of pine tree
The way to school through pine trees filled with sunlight
The way students are returning to home in the nature where dreaming a dream on the peak
of Sancheong...
Looking at the mountain embracing the village, and children growing with the mountain, we
intended to make a school that children can learn the wisdom in the school assembled with
the mountain and respond with nature and grow dreaming a high dream like a mountain and
communicate with the 90-years history of Sancheong Middle School and get along with
students from other region.

First, zoning according to the flow of the earth.


The main classrooms are arranged to the south to maximize the natural lighting. The teacher
unit around the courtyard is connected with Special classroom and the curriculum classroom
is divided to prepare for future education environment. In addition, an Artrium is added to
make an eco-friendly space.
Second, zoning of boarding middle school centered base space
Around gym and cafeteria which are strongpoint gap, the dormitory and teacher unit are
connected and each facility is arranged by linking around the peak of Sancheong so that
students can meet each other naturally through the deck with the surrounding mountains and
rivers.
Third, zoning containing the characteristics of boarding-type educational facilities.
Through various outside space plans linked with the existing pine forest, the green system
was created to provide the rest area and community space in the space between teacher unit
and dormitory and the front yard of dormitory and the walkway are spread as an independent
living space which allows students to stand apart from the boredom of dormitory life. Written

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Daegu International School
SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers
Daegu, Korea

Architects SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers Location 77-1, Gugu-dong, Buk-gu,


Daegu, Korea District Urban Area, 2nd General ResidentialArea, Urban Design District Use
Education and Research Facilities (High School) Site Area 18,615m2 Bldg. Area 6,589.42m2
Gross Floor Area 20,133.50m2 Bldg. Coverage Ratio 35.40% Gross Floor Ratio 108.16% Bldg.
Scale 8F Structure R.C. + S.C. (Auditorium) Max. Height 29.30m Parking Lot 69 Cars Exterior
Finish Granite Stone, Clay Brick, High-density Wood Panel Project Team Park Youngtaek,
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[Design Concept]
Around the special classroom unit in the center, the teacher unit is located on the left and the
playground and gym on the right and the 8-storied dormitory in the rear side. To build Daegu
International High School that helps students grow rightly and cultivates the excellent
talented people at the site surrounded with rich forests and rivers, we began to make this
design with the belief that the landscape of mountains and rivers help poetic emotion of
people to create a good work.

[Zoning Concept]
First, create a pleasant educational environment
The main rooms are arranged to the south to maximize the natural lighting and a multi-
purpose auditorium is planned to be built near the road so that residents can use it
conveniently.
Second, the zoning of the homebase that contains the program specificity.
The teacher unit around home base is linked with learning support and the curriculum
classroom is separated to prepare for the future education environment and an Artrium is
added to make an eco-friendly space.
Third, zoning containing the characteristics of boarding-type educational facilities.
The finger type layout of facility attracting the neighboring rivers and nature provides a rest
and community space and the front yard of dormitory 'Haedelim yard' and global deck are
spread as an independent living space to remove the boredom of dormitory life. Written by

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Hwasung Dongtan(2) 14 Middle School
SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers
Hwaseong-si, Korea

Architects SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers Location 115-1, Jangji-ri, Dongtan-


myeon, Hwaseong-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea District Housing Land Development District Use
Education and Research Facilities (Middle School, Library, Cultural Center) Site Area
13,893.00m2 Bldg. Area 5,382.21m2 Gross Floor Area 24,541.78m2 Bldg. Coverage Ratio
38.74% Gross Floor Ratio 146.74% Bldg. Scale B2, 5F Structure R.C., S.C. Max. Height
20.70m Parking Lot 144Cars Exterior Finish Clay Brick, Metal Panel, Low-E Double Glazing
Project Team Sung Hojin, Eo Beomyong, Kim Seonjin, Lim Chungmu, Hwang Injae, Lee
Jiyeon, Kim Hyuna, Noh Jihye Client Gyeonggi Provincial Office of Education, Hwaseong City
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Both school and composite facility considered an easy access to park and playground and the
approach of residents using the slope on the west roadside. In addition, we made a full
preparation for the independent operation of facility by separating the movement line of
pedestrian and vehicle entry clearly.

First, securing the learning and compounding areas


Around the access axis connecting to playground from the main entrance, the composite
facility and local open facility are located on the left and the learning area on the right for the
safety and convenience of user.
Second, creating a pleasant learning environment.
We secured the latus rectum axis with sports park by adapting the arrangement of all
classrooms to the south and urban system.
Finally, we planned a learning area around the strongpoint gap of school and linked the open
facility, gym and the composite facility each other to maximize the use of facility.

Around the latus rectum axis connecting the park, we placed an open yard for residents at
the lower level and a student yard on the same level as of playground to secure the
independence of outside space
Around Edu ground, the composite facility on the left can be accessed easily at the low level
of west road and see the park through the yard of day care center and courtyard type Artrium.
The school on the right can be accessed easily to playground and induces the convenient use
to composite facility through a path connecting from the gym. Written by SUN+PARTNERS Architects

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Yeondong-myeon Community Center
SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers
Sejong City, Korea

Architects SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers Location 33-1, Naepan-ri, Yeondong-


myeon, Sejong City, Korea District Plan Management Area Use Public Service Facilities
(Office, Sport Facilities, Neighbourhood Living Facilities) Site Area 7,746.00m2 Bldg. Area
2,568.39m2 Gross Floor Area 3,474.91m2 Bldg. Coverage Ratio 33.19% Gross Floor Ratio
41.39% Bldg. Scale 2F Structure R.C. Rahmen, S.C. Max. Height 11.90m Parking Lot 50 Cars
Exterior Finish Granite Stone, Aluminium Composite Panel, Clay Brick Project Team Park
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'Connection of communication'
The Yeongdong-myeon Complex Community Center, which has a variety of facilities in the
center of the village, responds to the surrounding environment and looks at the village and
nature. As a central point of community, we propose ' ' as a space for communication
between various programs and people.

step1. Making entrance plaza


The entrance plaza was formed in the south side to express the sense of openness.
step2. Adding courtyard
By creating a passage in the direction of entry, the courtyard, which is the center of the outer
space, is formed and the inner and outer spaces are organically linked.
step3. Inner space zoning
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Changwon National University HQ Remodeling
SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers
Changwon-si, Korea

Architects SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers Location 20, Changwondaehak-ro,


Uichang-gu, Changwon-si, Gyeongsangnam-do, Korea District Natural Green Area,
University, National Industrial Complex Use Education and Research Facilities (University)
Site Area 695,863.00m2 Bldg. Area 2,758.97m2 Gross Floor Area 7,762,22m2 Bldg. Coverage
Ratio 10.18% Gross Floor Ratio 31.81% Bldg. Scale B1, 5F Structure R.C. Max. Height
22.70m Parking Lot 28 Cars Exterior Finish Granite Stone, Low-E Double Glazing, Aluminim
Sheet Project Team Park Youngtaek, Sung Hojin, Lee Jookyung, Kang Sunyoung, Lee
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Upgrade the vision
This is an extension and remodeling plan of the existing main office of university for the
sustainable development of university and we suggest a main office of university to connect
the history of university and the surrounding context, the value and master plan.
We established a design strategy to have a main office of university that is able to read the
environmental change according to the durability and change of initial master plan and
respond the future and designed to have a linkage of program suitable for the natural
harmony between remodeling part, medium area and extension part.

Community-centric space : a community space available for parking lot and various
application with arrangement considering the characteristics of program
Pleasant student support facility with nature : an eco-friendly facility with arrangement of
student convenience facility considering the accessibility of students and improvement of
role of the main office of university and linkage with park
Business facilities that share mutual exchanges and visions : an efficient and comfortable
business environment by introducing various public spaces considering the cooperation with
departments and making an eco-friendly resting place
Green rest area for creative work space : a creative and efficient business environment as
department zoning and integrated business place considering the business linkage with
rooftop garden.
Harmonious elevation planning considering overlaps and contrasts of time : a symbolic
elevation scheme for the improvement of elevation performance of the existing building and
the harmony of old and new and preparation for future as an extension mass plan
Section planning consisting of three-dimensional work, community, and natural space : a
main office of university that visitors and students can access easily using the site level
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Maetan-dong Library
SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers
Suwon-si, Korea

Architects 1268, Maetan-dong, Yeongtong-gu, Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea District Urban


Area, 1st General Residential Area, Urban Design District Use Education and Research
Facilities (Library) Site Area 20,000.30m2 Bldg. Area 3,986.50m2 Gross Floor Area 9,331.42m2
Bldg. Coverage Ratio 19.93% Gross Floor Ratio 41.68% Bldg. Scale B1, 3F Structure R.C.
Max. Height 18.70m Parking Lot 153 Cars Exterior Finish Granite Stone, High-density Wood
Panel, Metal Panel, Low-E Double Glazing Project Team Park Youngtaek, Sung Hojin, Lee
Jookyung, Kim Seonjin, Hwang Injae Client Suwon City Library

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'Easy and convenient village library that anyone can use'
We suggest a village library that is easy to reach and can activate local community by
planning reasonable zoning to meet basic library functions and library in the park with nature.

Solution 1. New public library in the park


We wanted to realize a small library where communities could be formed by going through
parks and libraries.
Solution 2. Library that makes culture in daily life
We planned a cultural playground where reading, communication, play, and relaxation are
combined with nature.
Solution 3. Library with local community
We planned a complex community facility where the ward office building, inhabitants' hall
and the library together. Written by SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers

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Foundation of Agri. Tech. Commercialization & Transfer
SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers + HAEAHN Architecture, Inc.
Iksan-si, Korea

Architects SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers + HAEAHN Architecture, Inc. Location


381, Songhak-dong, Iksan-si, Jeonbuk, Korea District 1st Residential Area, Natural Green
Area, Productive Green Area, Unit Plan Area, Productive Management Area Use Research
Facilities Site Area 199,559m2 Bldg. Area 35,025.68m2 Gross Floor Area 36,150.62m2 Bldg.
Coverage Ratio 17.55% Gross Floor Ratio 18.11% Bldg. Scale B1, 3F Structure R.C., S.C.
Max. Height Site 1_17.4m, Site 2_21m Parking Lot Site 1_218 Cars, Site 2_48 Cars Exterior
Finish Ceramic Panel, Granite Stone, Color Low-E Double Glazing, Aluminium Composite
Panel Project Team SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers_Ham Taeyoung, Jung
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With the prerequisite of recycling of some facilities, we had a task to build a new facility in
harmony with the existing system and had to establish a plan to put city and nature together
through two sites. Through analysis of relation of each program, we established a reasonable
master plan considering the surrounding situation, environment and the harmony of existing
building and new building.
On the plan site 1, we considered the reasonable arrangement of facility by the flow
between the axis of existing building and the boundary axis of site. In addition, on the plan
site 2, the outdoor driving test ground and seed business group linked with agricultural
machine verification center were arranged to complete the specialized support institution for
the advancement of agricultural industry.
Around the sharing plaza focused by main access road and canopy, the connectivity of the
building connecting to analysis test center and agricultural machine verification center from
the main building and annexed building using the existing building, and the program shows
the symbolism of foundation who pursues communication, growth and sharing. Written by

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Pangyo Creative Economy Valley Knowledge Industrial Center
SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers + HAEAHN Architecture, Inc.
Seongnam-si, Korea

Architects SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers + HAEAHN Architecture, Inc. Location


Pangyo Creative Economy Valley, Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea District Semi-industrial
District Use Knowledge Industrial Center_Factory, Office, Neighbourhood Living and
Support Facilities Site Area 11,014.00m2 Bldg. Area 6,318.93m2 Gross Floor Area
52,108.50m2 Bldg. Coverage Ratio 57.37% Gross Floor Ratio 324.31% Bldg. Scale B2, 9F
Structure R.C., S.R.C. Max. Height 45m Parking Lot 304 Cars Exterior Finish Metal Panel,
Low-E Double Glazing, Stone Project Team SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers_ Park
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We intend to contribute to the public use by arranging the front plaza that connects each
facility, considering the urban context of master plan. The view deck of central part of mass
has a frontality and public property through the role of view core door. The mass on the lower
floor became a terrace outdoor space that adapts to the terrain so that visitors can access
easily.
The open community lounge by the unit of 4 floors was arranged facing to the core as the
space of communication such as resting and conference. In addition, this place has the
function of natural ventilation, inflow of natural light, adjustment of temperature and
humidity due to solar chimney and waterfall plan to increase the comfort of business
environment. In addition, through this place, all facilities are connected in three dimensions
to maximize the availability. Written by SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers

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Cuneiformed, National Museum of World Writing, Archotus_Craig Mitchell Cook/
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Archotus was founded in 2015 by Craig Cook, an architect based in Washington DC. We design, curate, and advise where architecture and public art meet. Our first order
of business is to understand the things we are about to change. We look for the inherent value and latent potential in any place, object, situation, or idea; in search of
projects that challenge us and allow us to challenge norms of material and social culture.

Cuneiformed, National Museum of World Writing, Hou de Sousa_Nancy Hou, Josh de Sousa /
Hou de Sousa is a New York based architecture and design studio with international and domestic experience executing projects from concept through construction.
Examples of which include private residences, restaurants, public spaces, and art installations. The primary objective of the office is to provide innovative design solutions
which are culturally progressive and environmentally responsible.

Deciphering of Hidden Presence, National Museum of World Writing, Juhyunkim Architecture_Kim Juhyun /
Ju-Hyun Kim, a registered architect in United States, holds Masters degree from Harvard Graduate School of Design, and Bachelor and Masters degree from Seoul Nat’l
University. Ju-Hyun Kim's designs and researches have focused on innovative experiments on the prototyping of new architectural typologies which responds to the
unprecedented re-structuring of the 21st century's urbanscape. JUHYUNKIM ARCHITECTURE, a New York based, full-service architectural design firm with leading
collaborators who have diverse experiences in commercial, residential, and cultural projects in New York, Seoul and other major cities around the world.

PAGES, National Museum of World Writing, SAMOO ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS

SAMOO ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS is organizing a design lab and trying new ways of working. Leader Park Dokwon has given young designers an opportunity to
explore the diversity of architectural design and strengthen their design capabilities by applying experimental processes. The design of the National Museum of World
Writing was conducted through a design tournament method called in-company competition.

SUN+PARTNERS Architects & Engineers_Lee Yongsun, Lee Yong Min /


SUN+PARTNERS has been carrying out various design works for education and research facilities and sports leisure facilities for 27 years since its establishment in 1991.
The company has been selected from the government and public institutions for several times as a company with superior quality of products based on design,
architecture and follow-up management.

Jeju Hotel WhistleLark, Architects & Planners SIAHN_Lim Jaepyung /


President Lim Jaepyung, who always says to live watching the sky, established 'Architects & Planners SIAHN' in 2011. Located in Seocho-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul,
company is mainly engaged in residential projects such as apartments, officetels, accommodation, youth housing.

Pulbic Housing for the youth in Dongjak, FLO Architects_Choi Jaewon, Oh Jinkuk, Shin Yohan + STUDIO JIT Architects_Choi Joonwon

Choi Jaewon, Oh Jinkuk, and Shin Yohan graduated from Seoul National University and obtained a master's degree from the same graduate school. Choi Jaewon has
been practicing in Bum Architecture and has co-operated Oz Architects and is currently co-founder and director of FLO Architects. Oh Jinkuk has worked in Bum
Architecture, Space Architecture, Samwoo Architecture, Studio 25 Architects, and now co-founder and director of FLO Architects. Shin Yohan is practiced in Haeahn
Architecture and is currently co-founder and director of FLO Architects, and serves as an adjunct professor at Chungbuk National University. Flo architecture has an
interest in the public role of architecture and is making small achievements to communicate with society. Choi Joonwon graduated from Hong Ik University and studied
practical work at Cho Byoungsoo architects. STUDIO JIT Architects are thinking about the way architecture is built and the life of architecture.

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