Showing posts with label 2014 daegu architect culture biennale. Show all posts
Showing posts with label 2014 daegu architect culture biennale. Show all posts

Monday, November 10, 2014

Daegu events in November / Fun architecture! Experiencing architecture! Lively review of 2014 Daegu Architectural Culture Biennale

Recently, Korea is experiencing architecture craze. 
It is a movement that prefers to construct a structure of your own style rather than having identical buildings. 

And so we went to 2014 Daegu Architectural Culture Biennale in Daege.
Daegu Architectural Culture Biennale was held in Daegu Art Factory.
On the first day, they had ‘children architecture school’ program for children to make houses using paper box, cloths, and paper cups. 
They used easy-to-find materials, but their creativity was really stood out.
Inside the exhibition center was not only the models of wooden construction cultural properties but also award winning works from Daegu International Architecture Competition, Eco Architecture Design Competition, and JapanInternational Architecture Exchange. 
The exhibition of structures were done through pictures and blueprints.
We also saw ‘Korean-style house’ that represents the structures of Korea. 
They showed the frame of a paper sliding door and traditional drawings. 
On the third floor of Daegu Art Factory, Daegu Architectural Model Exhibition had models that downscaled the modern structures of Daegu.
The last place is the architecture and fashion exhibition corner. 
The topic suits Daegu, the city of fabric fashion.
In a concept of wearable architecture, these are the works designed with different characteristics of structures as the motives.

The viewpoints of designers are as original as this. 

If you want to see the beauty of Korean architecture, the newest architectural trend, don’t miss out on the annual Daegu Architectural Culture Biennale.





Saturday, October 25, 2014

Daegu’s October Event/ A time to fall into the charms of beautiful buildings! 2014 Daegu Architect Culture Biennale

If there is an art piece we encounter every day, wouldn’t it be the architectural structures?

Taj Mahal of India, Eiffel Tower of France, Pyramid of Egypt, and Gyeongbokgung Palace of Korea and more.

It is also the architectural structures that create an image of each country!

Perhaps that is why the interest on architectures is increasing more recently~
An exhibition where you can get to know the architectural structures and architectural culture of Korea and Daegu is to be held.

The 2014 Daegu Architect Culture Biennale is held around for a week from the end of October to the start of November in every 2 years. 

It is a biennale that introduces the potential of Daegu architecture, seeks the identity, and where the active participation by public and experts stands out.


▶ Theme : Credition
▶ Date : October 30, 2014 (Thursday) ~ November 8, 2014 (Saturday), for 10 days.
▶ Venue : Daegu Art Factory
▶ Official Homepage : http://www.dacc.or.kr/
▶ Event Information
    1. Special Exhibition
- Exhibition of Prize-winning work of 2014 Daegu International Architecture Competition
- International Architecture Exhibition in Japan
- Architecture and Fashion
- Hanok Five Senses Experience


  
    2. Participation Event
        - Imagination Playground for Adults
- Date : October 31, November 2
- Childhood’s imagination playground through architectural structures utilizing 
            recycled materials
        - Let’s Build at Sincheon
- Date : November 1
- Participation event for creative interpretation about Sincheon



        - School of Architecture for Kids
- Date : November 1
- An experience event where kids create space by cutting, pasting, and drawing 
            alone, aiming for the understanding of the architectural space



        - Student Competition Models of Architectural Masterpieces Citizen
        - participated Urban School

Visit Daegu to see Daegu Architect Culture Biennale where you can find out the architectural culture of Daegu and get to increase the understanding and interest on architecture!