Team n° 6
South Korea


Project description

In the 16th International Edition of the Saint-Gobain Student Contest the task is to design a Sustainable Development Park combining residential, educational and recreational functions.

Korea University
South Korea


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Architectural plans


Students team members

Chaebin HWANG
Seong U BAE


Chungyeon WON


ChungYeon Won (b. 1974), is currently working as an associate professor of architecture at Korea University and also runs practice-based architecture design lab lab ‘a.d.r.p’. Prof. Won has completed her undergraduate and master’s degree in Architectural Engineering at Korea University and her second master’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania. At Grimshaw Architects, she carried out various internationally acclaimed projects such as Fulton Street Transit Center, Via Verde New Housing New York, and Seocheon Ecorium. As an Associate Director of SOM (Skidmore Owings & Merrill) New York office, she successfully led complex urban projects around the world which include Pertamina Energy Tower, Hyundai Motor’s Global Business Center, Citi Bank Greenwich Headquarter and 35 Hudson Yards.

She is a licensed architect in the US, an accredited LEED professional, a board member of the Korean Institute of Architects(KIA), and the Korean Institute of Ecological Architecture and one of the review committee of Environment Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport of Korea.

Based on her many years of practices, her research focuses on researching the possibility of architectural design as a social catalyst basing on the dynamics between architecture, urban, society, culture, and technology.