건축학전공 김서진, 이예승, 임주혜학생이 홍익대학교 회화과 김제인학생과 함께 2023년 6월 YAC(Young architects competition) 에서 주최한 국제공모 Moon station에서 Finalist(입선)을 하였습니다. Team name: M_LKKL Project name: Promovilunis Since mankind took first step on the moon, they have been seen as a land to pioneer and settle in the universe, which was considered as unknown area before. MOON STATION presents a model of primitive society settling in space as an outpost for future space exploration. The base expands to the cave and the ground as starting at the cave and the pit’s contact point. The hall where people exchange and rest is on center. People expand their lives by expanding produce facilities and storage to the inside of caves, and laboratories and habitate protected by outer skin along the slope in pits expand to the ground. The Rover Hub, connected through the structure and airlock, is a platform that allows access to roads lined with the outer shell of the building, opening the possibility that the base can accommodate more people and resources. The module serves as a wall that divides space within the outer shell or is installed outside like a container. It also provides several types of space through dismantling and combining, and prepares for the uncertain and changing environment of the universe. P1. Settle in one pit and form a cycle that can be self-sufficient with a minimum number of people. P2. Form a road network of bases and gradually expand the base of life to the ground. The pit becomes unable to accommodate people and resources. P3. Builds same structure base in another pit and forms a network of roads between the bases. Our station starts with settling in a Lava Tube. Inside the tube, we create the shell of the plaza with a 3D printer while producing the modules. Then we place the produced modules in the cave and start living there. After finishing to place the modules inside the plaza, build a road to slope. At the end of the road, install a rover hub and build the shell of the dome that connects to it. Once the shell is complete, we go back inside to produce modules for the living habitat space and labs. In this way, we are gradually increasing the scope of the station. There are domes on the slope rising from the plaza to the ground. Inside the dome, modules are arranged in layers along the slope. Individually, the modules form habitat space. and when connected, they form laboratories. The Core connecting the modules up and down are designed to allow airlocks to intervene in case the modules are installed outside the shell. A plaza is located at the exit from the cave. The infirmary and gym are separated by modules functioning as wall, and inside the modules are hydroponic cultivate systems for plants. The large space in the center becomes a passage for people to come and go, but also it is like a cafeteria to rest. At the beginning of the cave, there are the underground laboratories and Energy production modules. Surplus resources and samples are stacked inside the cave as they are produced. Water and electricity pipe for use extend outside along ceiling. They link to pipes surrounding the pit that joins the electricity generated by the solar panels, and then they leads to the lab and habitat space. [ More information ] Competition brief and results: https://www.youngarchitectscompetitions.com/past-competitions/moon-station
건축학전공 고범석, 김시원, 임주혜, 정은아 학생이 2023년 4월 Buildner (Bee Breeders)에서 주최한 국제공모 Timber skyscraper competition에서 3rd prized & student award winner(전체 3위, 학생부문 1위)를 수상하였습니다. Team name: SWAH studio Project name: Rebuilding Green (R.G.) As desertification continues to spread worldwide, there are many projects aimed at turning deserts into green spaces. One of the most significant projects is the "Green Belt Plantation Project" in the dry regions of Mongolia. “Rebuilding Green(R.G.)serves as a research facility of the Mongolian Green Belt Plantation Project in which they have entered stage three. This research facility composes of commercial, laboratory, and residence areas. The building is constructed using a central tower crane. If the greening project around the building is successful, it will be demolished using the same tower crane. A single building can form an "urban forest" of approximately 10,000 square meters, and each module of the building can be used to put up constructions on the newly greened land. When R.G. is built, the area that was devastated by desertification and people leaving will soon become lively once again with the creation of urban forests. Desertification refers to a phenomenon in which forests and meadows in dry regions (including semi-arid and dry semi-wet areas) disappear and turn into deserts as rivers and lakes dry up, resulting in devastated land. According to the Global Land Outlook (2022), released by the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD), 40% of the world's land has been affected by desertification. If this continues, an additional 16 million square kilometers of land in South America will also be affected by 2050. Desertification will reduce food production by 12-14% and exacerbate food shortages, while releasing about 700 tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, accelerating global warming. Many governments and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are closely monitoring Mongolia and promoting green belt afforestation projects. The green belt afforestation project has entered its third stage, which includes research in areas such as forest disaster management, ecotourism, mixed forest methods, and urban forest creation, building upon the existing desertification prevention afforestation efforts. R.G., which is being constructed to support the green belt afforestation project, will include research facilities for them. Once desert greening is complete and the buildings can be demolished to create urban forest, it will be able to solve desertification while also providing urban infrastructure. The R.G. consists of commercial, laboratory, and residence facilities. The core and toilets are arranged around the tower crane located in the center. There are three elevators in the building: one that is available from the 1st to the 55th floor, one for residence, and one for laboratory as well as commercial purposes. The building comprises two types of floors: indoor and outdoor. On indoor floors, people’s activities take place. The outdoor floors not only help high-rise buildings withstand wind pressure but also deliver fresh air to the indoor floors through the voids in the columns. The column voids are responsible for ventilation on all floors allowing dirty air to exit through windows on the indoor floors. It is also responsible for the electrical systems. The electrical wiring pipe supplies electricity from the first floor to the 55th floor through the void of the column. The tower crane is fitted with water tanks that provide water from the first floor to the 55th floor after R.G. is built. R.G. is constructed every 10,000 square meters, with a tower crane installed in the center of each building. The buildings are constructed using modular slabs, columns, beams, and other components. Upon the completion of the construction, a greening project will be carried out on the site by the laboratory. Researchers can use the commercial facilities located at the bottom of the building as well as the residential facilities that are located at the top. Once greening is completed, the demolition of the building will be carried out using the tower crane and the modular materials will be used to create a green city within the 10,000 square meter area. Some commercial facilities positioned at the bottom of the building will not be demolished, as they serve as important components of urban organizations. R.G. will be able to form 10,000 square meters of urban forest, encouraging people who had left due to desertification to return to their hometowns. [ More information ] Competition brief: https://architecturecompetitions.com/timberskyscraper/brief Competition results: https://architecturecompetitions.com/timberskyscraper/ Winner interview: https://architecturecompetitions.com/sht6-3rd-s-win-interview Article/News: https://bustler.net/news/9328/winners-of-the-skyhive-timber-skyscraper-competition-speculate-on-sustainable-tall-buildings
건축학전공 안슬비, 이예승, 임주혜, 황재필 학생이 2023년 8월 YAC(Young architects competition)에서 주최한 국제공모 Performing Oasis에서 Finalist(입선)을 하였습니다. Team name: H1O3+70 Project name: The Adenium < Siwa > Thinking about Siwa, the main objective of the project seems clear. It should be merged with the great landscape of Siwa oasis and desert, and should also fortify the experience in Siwa, the character of Siwa, the impression of people from the inner and outer. To Accomplish these objectives, we propose "the Adenium", which can make Siwa a dramatic place of site-specific art and performing while it preserves pre-existing conditions and respects the context of Siwa and surroundings < The Fort and > By its layers of circular wall, it becomes the fort by itself. Layers of Wall creates a space within the maze. Because of the maze and its diverse and every-different experiences inside of it, artists can create a masterpiece only could fit in the specific site of work. The artworks grouped by several sets will be replaced with new ones periodically and individually in the maze, so the visitors are able to walk along the path of the maze and create their own experiences to find their fate and impression by the artwork. And, by the rotation of artwork, the habitants of Siwa can also refresh the memory inside the fort and can have diverse experience by every visit. < The Pistil and The Leaves > As the rose and the heart of center of Siwa. Its central space, as it called by name of the pistil, makes the performing area that absorbs tremendous landscape of the desert. The fort-wall, as it called by name of the leaves, covers and protects the pistil by the sandblast from outside, and also it conceptually isolates the Adenium from the political conflicts around Siwa, while it creates diverse spaces inside and attract the visitors with a curiosity for the readied adventure. It seems like the pistil is the sole space for art, but the whole space around the pistil created by the presence of the leaves is a perfect place for the site-specific art of every genre. < The Oasis, The Oracle, The Vestige > For creating a new place on the remains of Siwa, delicately designed elements intensify the essence of place, Genius-Loci. The water flows and gathers in the Adenium is the metaphorical reference of the oases. The water circulates through the whole place and does clean up the sand dust and contamination all upon the place. Eventually, it would be filtered and reused, therefore circulates and gives no harm to surroundings. The sunlight and sunshade of the desert create a memorable situation for every visitor, furthermore, elaborately controlled sunlight and sunshade usage at the Adenium enhances the experience inside. Different kinds of light environment create dif ferent kind of feelings the visitors get, so the every experience inside of maze that could have been the same alters by every step they take, and make them able to feel the sacred by following the oracle given by the sun, the omnipresent existence above the sky. The remains of Shali being vulnerable to the environment of Siwa is partially preserved inside the Adenium and also used for intensifying the characteristics of Siwa. The context and the structure made by the remains are inherited as the pattern of circular fort-wall. And the existence of remains inside of spaces reminds the visitor and the habitants of the character and the historical background of the ShaIi of Siwa. < The Heart of Siwa, The Adenium > By those elements of it, the place becomes the heart of Siwa presently and also immortally. the Adenium not only creates exceptional experience for the visitors, but also gives a daily-based art experience for the habitants. The performers and the artists can have a chance to create their own site-specific masterpiece that can be harmonized only with Siwa. As the Adenium respects the pre-existing context, keeps varying between time to time, and evolves with the changing trends of art, it will be permenantly becomes the heart of Siwa, the rose of the desert, and the center of the global art, "The Adenium". [ More information ] Competition brief and results: https://www.youngarchitectscompetitions.com/past-competitions/performing-oasis
건축학전공 고범석, 김시원, 임주혜, 정은아 학생이 2022년 5월 Buildner (Bee Breeders)에서 주최한 국제공모 Modular home competition에서 honorable mention(4위)을 수상하였습니다. Team name: SWAH studio Project name: All 4 one It is a house prepared for convenient transportation and installation. The module is equipped with everything necessary for daily life, and the house is completed by merely opening and connecting the module. The size and shape of the modules are constant, and the modules are manufactured to be used as the kitchen, living room, and bathroom. A total of four modules make up a basic home. If you want to move, simply fold the module back, organize it and move it to the container. The user customizes the module based on the usage configuration they want at home, via the application. The modules including all the parts are factory built on order. The completed modules are compactly folded and the four modules forming each house are loaded in one container. The connected module may replace the container box. Modules placed on site can be unfolded by hand. The level may be adjusted by adjusting the height of the foundation according to the state of the ground surface. Then connect the modules to complete your home! The purpose of this house is determined by the spinning and pushing furniture customized by the users. The facility is 200*50mm per plate and inserted according to the room's purpose, creating a pleasant indoor environment. All furniture can be used after being rotated or pushed by hand. In addition, all rooms are bounded by open walls, so you can open them if necessary to enlarge the space. [ More information ] Competition brief: https://architecturecompetitions.com/modularhome2/brief Competition results: https://architecturecompetitions.com/modularhome2/ Winner interview: https://architecturecompetitions.com/mod-6-hon-interview Buildner Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/CnFBGmUPcvk/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link&igsh=MzRlODBiNWFlZA==
건축학전공 5학년 박지윤학생의 '비워지는 도시, 그린루프시스템' 작품이 지난 10월29일 한국건축가협회 주최 대한민국건축대전에서 최우수상을 수상하였습니다. 공실화된 지방도시 구도심 내 건물들을 활용하여 도심농업에 필요한 수자원을 공급하고 친환경 도심농업을 통한 도시활성화를 제시하는 설계입니다. 국내 지방도시들의 고질적 문제들을 과감히 다룬 시의성과 2개의 문제들을 서로 엮어 창의적 해법을 제시한 점이 돋보였습니다.
(사)대한건축학회 2023 학생작품전에서 건축도시대학 건축학부 건축학전공 김준성, 조예진 학생이 우수상을 수상하였습니다.
공모전 링크: https://www.junglimaward.com/2021 작품 설명: 도서관은 더이상 ‘책’이라는 매개에 구속되지 않는 ‘지식 활동’ 즉, 지식을 매개로 하는 모든 활동을 공유하는 공공시설이 되어야 한다.물리적 구속이 당연하지 않은 시대에 우리는 왜 여전히 모든 활동을 '단 한 곳'에 집약하려고 할까. 『Living Library』는 서울 홍대앞 동교로를 따라 분산된 거점형 도서관으로, 그 세 지점이 주거와 결합한 형태의 도서관이다. 개인과 공동체는 대립적인 개념이 아니다. 사유와 공유 사이의 경계-도서관과 주거의 경계-를 조절할 권리를 사용자에게 돌려줄 때, 공유 공간은 그 효과를 극대화할 수 있다. 상상해보자.매일 지나는 골목 끝에 책장이 있다면?내 책장이 누군가의 도서관이 된다면?아니, 불 꺼진 도서관 서가를 내 거실로 들인다면?
09학번 정항수 동문이 2022년 하버드 GSD 졸업식 수상자 6명 중 한 명으로 선정되어 건축 구조 설계 부문의 Peter Rice 상을 수상했습니다. *Peter Rice 상은 건축 및 구조 공학 발전에서 능력과 혁신을 입증한 학교 건축 및 고급 학위 프로그램에서 탁월한 가능성을 보이는 학생들에게 수여됩니다. 참고링크: https://www.gsd.harvard.edu/2022/05/2022-graduating-student-award-recipients/
(사)빌딩스마트협회(회장 허 인)가 지난 2009년부터 건설분야 BIM 활성화에 기여한 단체 및 개인을 발굴하고 시상하고 있는 ‘BIM AWARDS’는 한국 건설산업의 선진화 및 경쟁력 향상, BIM기술의 올바른 활용 및 확산에 일익을 담당해 왔다.빌딩스마트협회는 올해 ‘BIM AWARDS 2020’을 국토교통부와 공동 주최, 지난 10월 28일 심사위원(위원장 손보식 남서울대학교 교수)들의 심사 및 심층 논의를 통해 ▲국토교통부장관상 3점 ▲빌딩스마트협회장상 5점 ▲우수상 7점 ▲장려상 11점 등 장관상 및 수상작 총 26점을 선정했다.심사결과 국토교통부 장관상 3점 선정에 이어 빌딩스마트협회장상은 ▲‘일반부문-건축분야’ (주)삼성물산․(주)정림건축종합건축사사무소 ▲‘일반부문-토목분야’ 금문철강(주) ▲‘학생부문-건축분야’ 홍익대학교(정대영, 류동오, 김연정)․서울과학기술대학교(남상인, 김윤지)가 각각 선정됐다.우수상은 총 7점으로 일반부문 3점(건축분야 2점, 토목분야 1점), 학생부문 4점(건축분야 4점)이 각각 선정됐으며 장려상은 일반부문 5점(건축분야 4점, 토목분야 1점), 학생분야 6점(건축분야 6점) 등 11점을 선정했다.‘BIM AWARDS 2020’ 시상은 11월 25일 ‘buildSMART Conference 2020’ 행사 중에 거행될 예정이다. 수상작품들은 Conference 행사장에서 전시되고, 추후 빌딩스마트협회 홈페이지에서도 확인할 수 있다.빌딩스마트협회 관계자는 “‘BIM AWARDS’는 국내 최대규모의 BIM공모전으로 건설분야 BIM활성화 뿐만아니라 건설산업 경쟁력 제고에 일익을 담당해 왔다”며 “협회는 앞으로도 BIM기술의 올바른 활용 및 확산에 앞장, 국내 건설산업의 선진화를 위해 지속 노력하겠다”고 밝혔다.출처 : 국토일보(http://www.ikld.kr)
▲ 공공디자인 작품공모전 주요 수상작 시상 기념촬영 모습. © (사진제공=진주시)경남 진주시는 28일 오후 3시 진주시청 로비에서 제7회 진주시 도시․공공디자인 작품공모전 주요 수상작품에 대한 시상식을 개최했다.이번 시상식은 코로나19 사회적 거리두기 2단계 시행으로 수상작 17점 중 대상(1), 금상(1), 은상(2), 동상(3) 등 7점에 대해서만 시상했다.홍익대학교 김상아 학생이 ‘세 축의 연계를 통한 근대 기념공원’ 작품으로 대상을 수상했고, 경남과기대 임민부 학생이 금상을, 경남과기대 강철웅 학생 외 1명이 은상을, 우송대학교 송창훈 학생 외 2명이 동상을, 경상대 정문철 학생 외 9명이 입상을 수상했다.이번 제7회 작품공모전은 지난 3~7월 작품 공모기간을 거쳐 8월 17일부터 19일까지 3일 간 작품 접수를 받아 총 35점의 작품이 출품됐다. 지난 24일 심사를 거쳐 17점의 수상작품이 선정됐으며 시청 1층 로비에서 전시중이다.조규일 시장은 “이번 도시·공공디자인 작품 공모전에 참여해 주신 시민 모두가 우리 시의 품격을 높이는데 한몫을 차지한다”며 참가자들을 격려하고 “참신한 아이디어로 만들어진 작품들은 우리 시의 공간 활용 정책에 접목할 계획”이라고 밝혔다.한편, 도시․공공디자인 작품공모전은 2012년부터 2020년까지 7회를 거치면서 전국에서 400여명이 참여, 미래지향적이고 창의적인 아이디어 제안으로 진주시의 도시 미관을 향상시키고 도시 품격을 제고하는데 크게 기여했다.[진주 베타뉴스=박종운 기자]