SPACE February 2024 (No. 675)
Jury Comment 1 By dividing a whole into smaller volumes of a cubic form, the design expresses a clear connection to the urban space and the buildings on the existing campus. By introducing a central plaza in the centre, the preservation of the existing campus is clearly prioritised, but the homogeneity of the spaces results in a lack of variation or diversity of interest.
Jury Comment 2 This proposal is startling in its simultaneous quietude and radicalism: it recasts the university as a landscape of small-scale buildings, recognising that...
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NO. 675 FEBRUARY 2024 FEATURE REPORT NEW HONGIK Hongik University Underground Campus David Chipperfield Herzog & de Meuron SANAA OMA Renzo Piano Ito Toyo Sarah Whiting John Hong