Point One Studio

CVIC, Jebudo, Korea

Such environments are information-rich, afford cognitive information processing, and thus allow its various inhabitants to navigate and home in on their respective vital resources.

Overview

Professor      Prof. Kazuyo Sejima (University of Applied Arts Vienna)
Ass. Professor      Hannes Traupmann, Robert R. Neumayr, Jens Mehlan, Indre Umbrasaite, Anna Nóż
Location      Jebudo, Korea
Program      Community and Visitors Information Centre
Project Type      Master Thesis (Urban and Architectural Design)
Design      Junghwo Park
Visualisation      Matthias Urschler, Rhina Portillo, Junghwo Park, Mina Bae, Tudor Sabău
Facade Design      Daniel Bolojan, Junghwo Park
BIM Model      Junghwo Park
Physical Model

     Atanas Zhelv, Maria Korolova, Junghwo Park, Jonghoon Kim 

     Kaan Karabagli, Lydia Hutter, Saba Nabavi

Augmented Reality

     Ziwar Al Nouri

Text Editor      James Park
Date      2016

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Phenomenon

Proposal project is to aim a built environment that is so rigorously differentiated and correlated like most natural environments.  The topography correlates with the phase of the tides that establish systematic correlations between the various subsystems and respective differentiations. The building mass together with topography and sun orientation differenitate the flora. The differentiation of the flora together with the built environment shape the differentiation and distribution of the fauna.

Site Analysis

The project site is Jebudo Island in South Korea, where visitors can have a unique experience between high and low tides twice a day. Recently, there has been a rise in the number of foreign and local tourists visiting throughout the year.

Design Concept

Such environments are information-rich, afford cognitive information processing, and thus allow its various inhabitants to navigate and home in on their respective vital resources. The information that is embedded in the built environment and might be usefully retrieved by users trying to naviage, orient and act in this built environment. In turn, the built environmet remains a powerful tool of organization, sorting and ordering people and their activities.