Many iconic bridges were built in the last century - the Brooklyn Bridge, Golden Gate Bridge, and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, just to name a few. But what will bridges look like in the future? Seoul-based architecture firm, Planning Korea, gives us the answer...
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Although this proposal by Asymptote did not win the "Dream Hub" master plan competition for the Yongsan International Business District of Seoul, South Korea, I'm totally blown away by their ambitious imagination.
The FCD Yongsan Landmark Tower was conceived and designed to be among the most important and elegant tall buildings of the century. The design of…
Global architecture firm Populous won the competition to create the main stadium for the 17th Asian games in Incheon, South Korea. The 70,000 seat, $400 million multipurpose stadium will be designed to be reconfigured into a single sided grandstand of 30,000-seats, within a park, after the Asian games. It will be located between Incheon International Airport and Seoul,…
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For Korean born artist Kim Joon, the human body not only exists as physical matter, it is a medium for inner expression. Tattoos on the surface represent an individuals traditions and culture engraved within. It's amazing how he uses the human body as a canvas and creates an awesome 3D effect.
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Young koreans hold up colored display cards to form a background image for a performance of North Korea's Mass Games on September 12, 2008. The Mass Games are designed to entertain or celebrate holidays, and place emphasis on group dynamics rather than individual prowess. This particular show's name is "Prosper the Motherland!", dedicated to the 60th Anniversary of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, celebrated on September 9th.
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