Hartford, Connecticut – Tai Soo Kim Partners, a Hartford based architectural firm has won its 37 th award for design excellence. This most recent award honors the firm's design of a new middle school located within an historic district in West Hartford. The project was selected from a pool of 150 submissions in a competition sponsored by the American Institute of Architects – Connecticut Chapter. The award will be presented at the Annual Awards Dinner on Friday, December 4 th at the Wesleyan Center for Film Studies.



AIA Connecticut 2006 Design Awards


perma n stant
Venue:Pavilion at Giardini
Commissioner: Joh Sung-Yong
Deputy Commissioners Yi Jong-Ho, Choi Moongyu
Consultant: Francisco Sanin
Exhibitors:Choi Wook, Kim Chanjoong, Kim Hun, Kim Seung-Hoy, Shin Haewon




tetsuo matsuda, editor, studies on structure of radiolarian for possible storage
the last house’ by chan joong kim SYSTEM LAB



model of ’the last house’ and studies on structure of radiolarian
detail - showing storage of graveyards in form of spheres




catalogue city
the extreme demand for new apartments has lead to fierce competition amongst korean developers who have created their own unique genre of marketing in which apartments
are ‘branded’ and sold like soft drinks, jeans and other consumer items. the marketing of korean apartments involves a whole sub-culture of ‘temporary’ architectures that function like catalogs.



model house - divided in different colors to find detail information in the
colored catalogues , ‘catalogue city’

more Venice Biennale Architecture
forgemind /designboom / we-make-money-not-art



Hannamdong UN Village 2006,  Lokaldesign




Haewon Shin was graduated from the Dept. of Architecture Engineering Yonsei University, Seoul and Architectural Association the School of Architecture, London. She worked for major architectural offices in London, Berlin and Hong Kong before setting up her own practice, Lokaldesign. She taught at Dept. of Architecture, the Chinese University of HongKong as an Assistant Professor and currently is a Visiting Professor at the Korean National University of Arts. Her recent award winning work, include Chi Chi Earthquake Memorial competition (2nd Prize) in Taiwan and Seaview Residance (Asia Pacific Interior Design Awards) in Hong Kong.







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