By Jinhee Park and John Hong
A remarkable synthesis of history, culture, and innovative design, contemporary architectural and urbanistic interventions in South Korea take shape in the context of great density and rapid social change. This book examines a wide selection of diverse projects in detail, whilst a collection of essays address topics such as the fusion of traditional modernity, the redifining of social spaces, and the country's particular topographical condition.
The authors are architects who practive internationally as SsD and teach at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design.
Basel, 2012, 22.5cm x 28.5cm, illustrated, 176 pp. Hardback.