This temporary structure was designed for the Korean Pavilion at the Shanghai World Expo 2010 by the Korean architectural firm Mass Studies. It is an amalgamation of Korean written language and signage.
Seongbuk Gate Hills Inspired by Traditional Korean Architecture
▴ "Designed by Korean architectural firm Mass Studies (working with the theme “convergance”), the 2010 Shanghai World Expo’s Korean Pavilion combined the Korean written language and sculptures of the Korean alphabet (Hangul).
In between the city and the surrounding mountains with a front side open view to the urban landcape of the Korean Gwangju, IROJE KHM Architects designed the ‘Hye Ro Hun House’. Take a look at the gallery above to see details of the ‘Hye Ro Hun House’.
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Daum Space by Mass Studies- a system of five pre-cast concrete modules for building South Korea’s answer to California’s Silicon Valley, starting with this flexible headquarters building for internet company Daum [Dezeen]