인천뮤지엄파크 조성사업 국제설계공모』 수상작 전시를 다음과 같이 개최하오니 많은 참관 바랍니다.
|1||Eui-sik In||Yunmi Architects||Korea, Republic of|
|2||Hosoub Shin||SHIN architects||Korea, Republic of|
|3||Hyuna Chung||DIA Architecture||Korea, Republic of|
|4||Jürgen Hermann Mayer||J.MAYER.H||Germany|
|5||Kwangsoo Kim||Curtain Hall Architects||Korea, Republic of|
|6||Peer Teglgaard Jeppesen||Henning Larsen||Denmark|
|7||Sang Hoon Youm||Yonsei University||Korea, Republic of|
|Reserve Juror||Wonsuk Lee||W Architects||Korea, Republic of|
Architect Eui-sik In was born in 1955, graduated from Hanyang University, and after working at the Space Research Institute and the Space Composition, opened Yunmi Architects in 1988 and is currently the representative. He has won several architectural awards, including the 'Korean Architecture Award', 'Korean Institute of Architects Award', 'Seoul Architecture Award', and 'Cheonan Architecture Award'. His representative works include 'Deokpyeong Service Area', 'Geumgang Service Area', 'Lattice House', 'Kyungnong Office Building', 'Gangseo Bumin Hospital', 'Sinsin Pharm Sejong Office Building' and 'Hi-mo Office Building'.
Hosoub Shin graduated from the Department of Architectural Engineering at Korea University and received a diploma of architecture by French government (DPLG) from the National School of Architecture Marne la Valle Paris-est, France. After returning home, in Seoul, South Korea in 2010, He inaugurated SHIN architects to show how architecture has built a sustainable environment and the public value of architecture in a rapidly changing Korean society through a variety of his work. Major projects include Chang2-dong Youth Cultural Facility WITH, Heukseok-dong Complex Library, Seoul Theatre Center at Daehakro, and FUNGROUND Jinjeop Youth Cultural Center. He has been a public architect of Seoul for a long time and is currently an adjunct professor in the Department of Architecture at Yonsei University.
Hyuna Chung founded Dia architecture in 2004 and has been running it ever since. Her works include Eagle school, Music Studio in Nonhyun-dong, Daejeon Oriental medicine clinic, Gangnam Retro. She has received a Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s degree in Architecture from Hongik University in Seoul, and graduated with a Master in Architecture from Columbia University in New York. She accumulated her working experience both in New York and Seoul. She has received Korean Institute of Architects Award (2016), Eomdukmoon Architecture Award (2021), Seoul Architecture Award(2008, 2016), Gyeonggi Architecture Award(2016).
After studying architecture at the University of Stuttgart, The Cooper Union New York and Princeton University, Jürgen Mayer H. founded his Berlin office in 1996. J.MAYER.H and Partner is a nationally and internationally renowned architectural practice working at the interface of architecture, communication design and new technologies. In cooperative teams, multidisciplinary spatial research on the relationship between body, nature and technology is developed and realized, from installations to urban planning designs and competitions. In 2014 Andre Santer and Hans Schneider joined as partners. J.MAYER.H has realized a wide range of different projects worldwide since its foundation. Recent notable projects include the parking garage in Miami Design-District, the FOM university building in Dusseldorf, Germany, a court building in Hasselt, Belgium, and various public and infrastructural buildings in Georgia, such as the airport in Mestia and the border crossing in Sarpi. The most prominent project is the internationally renowned Metropol Parasol, the re- design of the Plaza de la Encarnacion in Seville, Spain with its expansive sculptural wooden construction. Small-scale residential buildings have also gained international recognition, such as the Villa n.n.in Moscow, Dupli.Casa and Casa Morgana. A large number of projects are currently being realized, such as RKM 740 Tower: a high-rise residential building in Dusseldorf with medical practices and surgeries on the lower levels, the revitalization and expansion of an IT campus in Berlin Potsdam and Voltair, a hybrid building in downtown Berlin.J.MAYER.H and Partner were awarded “Designer of the year 2020“ as part of the annual São Paulo design week by BOOMSPDESIGN
Kwangsoo Kim is the principal of studio_K_works and co-founder of platform CURTAINHALL. He received a B. Arch from Yonsei University and M. Arch from the School of Architecture at Yale University. His major works as follows. ‘Bucheon art bunker B39’ (Korea Public Building Award, 1st place, Korean Association for Architecture History Award, project of the year, etc. 2018), ‘Cherwon DMZ peace town’ (Ministry of Culture’s Good place Award, 2013), ‘Sinchon culture plant’ (2018), ‘Pangyo cave house’(2016), ‘Kwangju city culture hall’ (2011), etc. And he also exhibited the research and projects focusing on the mutated Seoul metropolitan life and urban conditions at Venice Architecture Biennalle 2004 and other projects at the Museum of Cultures in Finlad (2007) and Austria (2013), Korea etc. He is also co-author of ‘Jeju Phenominon’(2016), ‘Sesonal Birds Co-op’(2012), ‘Slow city _ Suncheon’(2007), ‘Germany Korea public space forum’(2005), etc.
Peer Teglgaard Jeppesen is a partner of Henning Larsen in the practice and head of design for the Danish and Scandinavian market. Peer studied architecture at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, and he is a former associate professor at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture. Having joined Henning Larsen in 1986, Peer possesses a unique understanding of the company’s history and design method. For more than 30 years he has been an essential part of many of Henning Larsen's major architecture and urban projects, including Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Center (winner of the Mies van der Rohe Award in 2013), Hangzhou East Lake Opera in southern Shanghai and the Copenhagen Opera House.
Sang Hoon Youm graduated from Seoul National University and Columbia University and is currently an Associate professor at Yonsei University. By operating the CAT Architecture and Urban Design Lab, his research seeks to expand the interface between city and architecture by creating an environment that reflects advanced technology and historical beauty. His architectural work and research on boundary space explore the new role of architecture and architects. He has won multiple awards, including the Korea Institute of Architects Award, and his work and research have been commissioned and exhibited in various locations, including MMCA Seoul and MoMA New York.
Wonsuk Lee received a B. Arch degree from Sungkyunkwan University and a M. Arch degree from the University of Pennsylvania. He worked various projects at Foster and Partners, London and GruzenSamton LLP, NewYork. He returned to Korea in 2015 to establish W Architects at Seoul. He is trying to propose the optimized design response to various story(site, program, environment, economic, etc) and sustainable design for comfortable environment. Major projects are Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education, Seoul Dragon City Interdeck, KEC Green Renovation, Seocho Wind Hill. He has received numerous awards including Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education International competition, Muraedong production base facility competition, Seoul dragon city interdeck invited competition, KEC Green Renovation at 2019 Korea Green Architecture Festival. He served as Public Architect at Seoul & Seoul metropolitan office of education and teach architectural studio as adjunct professor at Sunkyunkwan University.