Byoung Cho

Soon Chun Cho, Bong-Ryul Kim

Thames & Hudson, London, 2014


Corean architect Byoung Cho aims to make each of his buildings ‘so it looks like it’s not designed at all, it’s just there’. His work focuses on seemingly simple structures and has a strong regard for nature and sustainability. He has created many iconic buildings, art and cultural centres, schools, health facilities and residences throughout Korea, Japan and the United States.

This book features over 25 of Cho’s most highly acclaimed projects, including Twin Trees (2010), his instantly iconic towers located adjacent to the 14th-century royal Gyeongbok Palace in Seoul. The projects are accompanied throughout by sketches and plans, providing a comprehensive insight into the making of these buildings.

Byoung Cho offers an engaging and indepth overview of one of the most creative and deeply thoughtful designers working today. It will inspire architects, architectural students and anyone interested in sustainability and the built environment.

The recipient of Korea’s major architectural awards, Byoung Cho has been a visiting lecturer at the universities of Harvard and Columbia as well as an associate professor of architecture at Montana State University.

Artikelnummer: 9935 Categorie:

ISBN: 9780500342916

256 pagina's, 610 illustraties, 29.20 x 22.90 cm, hardcover, Engels