네임리스건축이 설계한 공간태리가 2022년 한국건축가협회상을 수상하였습니다. 건축주와 모든 관계자분들께 감사드립니다. Café Teri won the Korean Architects Award 2022. Thank you to the client and all the collaborators.
D School Complex, 2022
D School Complex, 2022
D School Complex, 2022
카페 건축의 자율성, SPACE Magazine, 2022.08
Cafe TERI, 공간 태리, 2022
Cafe TERI, 공간 태리, 2022
A concave cafe between malleable fluidity and angular geometries. The article was originally published on Domus 1068, May 2022.
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Jinju Science Museum, In collaboration with Praud, 2022
miastation
Mis Station, 2022
miastation
Mis Station, 2022
Concretewall, Under Construction, 2022.
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S Project, Jeju Island, 2022
phoenixjeju2
C House, Jeju Island
인제 클루시브, Inje Clusive, Inje
AeLe House with 9 rooms model
Future Archeology
The brick works of Space Teri is completed. The fluid mass and the rough texture of brick surface is now revealed.
House for those who love animals and plants is scheduled to begin construction in March 2022.
House for those who love animals and plants is scheduled to begin construction in March 2022.
PERFECT IMPERFECT DICTIONARY is an essay in the form of a "dictionary." It does not aim to be an unabridged perfect dictionary furnished with the standardized knowledge. Rather, it is an imperfect dictionary, a collection of incomplete words and images. photo © parrk
NAMELESS won the Seoul National University Farm
NAMELESS won the Seoul National University Farm design competition. The Seoul National University Farm includes the main building and 8 High-tech greenhouses. Construction is expected to start in the summer of 2022.
S Library, Seoul
S Library, Seoul
S Library, Seoul
Gentle Monster HQ, Seoul
Gentle Monster HQ, Seoul
JOBS-ARCHITECT 건축가: 빛과 선으로 삶을 그리는 사람, 매거진 B에서 발행하는 단행본의 세 번째 시리즈, ‘JOBS-ARCHITECT’가 출간되었습니다
YeonNam building, YuonNam-dong, Seoul.
YeonNam building, YuonNam-dong, Seoul.
YeonNam building, YuonNam-dong, Seoul.
SPACE Magazine features the recent works of NAMELESS Architecture, Feb 2021.
Halo Nodeul has been completed, and this pavilion is scheduled to be open to the public from February 26 on the riverside of Seoul.
Halo Nodeul has been completed, and this pavilion is scheduled to be open to the public from February 26 on the riverside of Seoul.
The construction of the Heyri building has been completed. The residential space on the 3rd floor will be open to the public as accommodation facilities.
Heyri Dialogue, Heyri Art Valley
Heyri Dialogue, Heyri Art Valley
Korean Young Architects Manifesto Series 01, School Blueprint was published. The book is a monograph of the Triangle School designed by Nameless Architecture, and is composed of the two parts, 'Dream' and 'Realization'
동화고 삼각학교, DH Triangle Schoool, Namyangju
동화고 삼각학교, DH Triangle Schoool, Namyangju
동화고 삼각학교, DH Triangle Schoool, Namyangju
동화고 삼각학교, DH Triangle Schoool, Namyangju
동화고 삼각학교, DH Triangle Schoool, Namyangju
SPACE Magazine n.605 features the recent works of NAMELESS Architecture.
RW Concrete Church, Byeollae
CONCRETE: Edited by William Hall, with an essay by Leonard Koren. The book, CONCRETE features the recent works of NAMELESS Architecture.
Growing Forest, concept model, NAMELESS Architecture has won a competition for a public observatory in Seoul
Growing Forest, Concept model, NAMELESS Architecture has won a competition for a public observatory in Seoul
Growing Forest is located at the foot of the Acha Mountain in Seoul. The Growing Forest developed in a point at the foot of the mountain, which was interrupted by the Cheonho-daero then reconnected, where an observatory and a public artwork are located, forging a relationship between the natural and artificial.
Growing Forest is located at the foot of the Acha Mountain in Seoul. The Growing Forest developed in a point at the foot of the mountain, which was interrupted by the Cheonho-daero then reconnected, where an observatory and a public artwork are located, forging a relationship between the natural and artificial.
DIVISARE BOOKS #21, NAMELESS ARCHITECTURE, RW CONCRETE CHURCH BYEOLLAE-DONG, PHOTO ESSAY BY KYUNG ROH. Published in ROME by DIVISARE Books, photo© DIVISARE 2019
Connect One has been completed. The shared office building includes diverse coworking spaces and community facilities in Seoul, South Korea.
Connect One has been completed. The shared office building includes diverse coworking spaces and community facilities in Seoul, South Korea.
Connect One has been completed. The shared office building includes diverse coworking spaces and community facilities in Seoul, South Korea.
코르뷔지에 넌 오늘도 행복하니, 안그라픽스, ahngraphics, 2019
AeLe House with 9 rooms, 아홉칸집
아홉 개의 방, 미완의 집, Unfinished House with 9 Rooms: exhibition opens at Onground Gallery, Seoul and will be on show from July 4 - 26, 2019
AeLe House with 9 rooms, 아홉칸집
AeLe House with 9 rooms, 아홉칸집
AeLe House with 9 rooms, 아홉칸집
AeLe House with 9 rooms, model, Phographs by Kyung Roh
AeLe House with 9 rooms, 1F plan
Moon is the Oldest Space, Nam June Paik Art Center, Yongin
Moon is the Oldest Space, Nam June Paik Art Center, Yongin
Moon is the Oldest Space, Nam June Paik Art Center
2022 Seoul Biennale
NAMELESS is participating as an invited artist in the 2022 Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism and is exhibiting An Arch at DDP.
Stone Office, Sinsadong, Seoul
Stone Office, Sinsadong, Seoul
N Project, 2021.
N Project, 2021.
Pavilion Laboratory opens at Domansa in Seoul and will be on show from August 28 - October 31, 2020
Traces of stones
Traces of stones, 2020
phoenixjeju_masterplan
S Island Masterplan, Jeju
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Spa House, Jeju Island
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S Condo, Jeju Island
DIVISARE BOOKS Box set #5, HANDMADE BOX, 12.6 X 17.6 X 5 CM. Published in ROME by DIVISARE Books, photo© DIVISARE 2019
House of Green, Inje, 2019
House of Green is completed
temporary Infrasturcture II, Gwacheon
(Con)temporary Infrasturcture II, Gwacheon
DIVISARE BOOKS no.103 presents Triangle School.
DIVISARE BOOKS no.102 presents RW Concrete Church.
Entitled Letters to the Mayor: Seoul + Pyongyang, Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism in collaboration with Storefront for Art and Architecture invited NAMELESS to design an exhibition platform including series of furnitures and wallpaper.
Future Archeologies, under construction
Future Archeologies, National Museum of Korea
NAMELESS Architecture will give a lecture, (IM)POSSIBLE ARCHITECTURE organized by the AIA New York at October 16, 2014, 25 East 26th Street, New York
New Practice New York 2014, We are honored to have been selected for AIA New Practices New York 2014. The NPNY 2014 exhibition will open at the Center For Architecture, New York from October 1
The Mountain NPNY
The Mountain, a 6-meter-high structure, was installed at the Center for Architecture in part of NPNY exhibiton, organized by the American Institute of Architects New York. The installation will be on view from October 1, 2014 - January 17, 2015
K Beer Brewery model
K Beer Brewery, Daebu island
D Pavilion was completed
D Pavilion was completed
D Pavilion was completed
D Pavilion was completed
On Ne Sait Jamais is featured in Frame #115
K Beer Brewery pers1
K Beer Brewery
Global Architecture Political Compass
Global Architecture Political Compass | Alejandro Zaera-Polo and Guillermo Fernández-Abascal | El Croquis 187, December 2016
Moon is the Oldest Space is featured in SPACE Magazine #589, December 2016
On Ne Sait Jamais, MD magazine
On Ne Sait Jamais is featured in MD magazine #414, Jan, 2017
On Ne Sait Jamais is completed, Pangyo
Felt Series furniture
Felt Series, Sketch
School Architecture Archive: Triangle School exhibition opens at Onground Gallery in Seoul and will be on show from July 16-August 07, 2015
UC Berkeley lecture, 2016
Nameless Architecture gives an Archi Lecture at UC Berkeley. Wurster Hall, April 04
An Arch (1 Room, 150 Lights)
An Arch (1 Room, 150 Lights), Enterance
An Arch (1 Room, 150 Lights), Enterance
An Arch, Clayarch Museum
An Arch (1 Room, 150 Lights), Clayarch Museum
NAMELESS Architecture receives Design Vanguard award from Architectural Record. In December, NAMELESS will be featured in Architectural Record’s Design Vanguard issue
NAMELESS Doors: Boundaries of Communication, Arumjigi Foundation, 2014
NAMELESS Doors: Boundaries of Communication, Arumjigi Foundation, 2014, A door implies a place beyond it. In addition to its functionality such as opening and closing, and safety and privacy, the door means a flexible and changing boundary that defines place. The nature of a traditional Korean door with a lattice set in the door frame, in particular, is quite gentle. The thin but durable lattice becomes one with changhoji (traditional Koran paper pasted on doors and windows) inside. Due to the semi-transparency unique to changhoji, door properly accommodates the inside and outside, rather than separating them. The look of a worn-out door loosened by many hands enables communication between the inside and outside in a relaxed mood.
In The Air for YAP 2014
NAMELESS is selected as a finalist for Young Architects Program (YAP). YAP will bring together Museum of Modern Contemporary Art(MMCA) and Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)
Circle,Triangle,Square was completed at the Museum of Modern Contemporary Art, Gwacheon. This public landscape explores new possibilities in-between nature and people
Museum of Modern Contemporary Art / MMCA has commissioned NAMELESS Architecture to design an architectural platform for the Art Festival Marque in Gwacheon. Slated to open in Autumn 2014 in the Museum's adjacent park, the platform aims to create a hybrid cultural playground
NAMELESS wins AIA New York Honors Award 2014 for Triangle School. Design Award exhibition will be on view at the Center for Architecture, New York from April 24 - June 17, 2014
Kim Swoo Geun Prize 2014
NAMELESS receives Kim Swoo Geun Prize, Preview Award 2014
AMOREPACIFIC bowbow
AMOREPACIFIC commissioned an installation for Sulwha Cultural Exhibition, to be held October 25- November 9, 2013 at Gallery INH. The stucture, Bow-Bow is a spatial interpretation of tension of traditional bow
RW Concrete Church, Byeollae
EPS Grotto uses material, form and place to investigate re-interpretation.
EPS Grotto uses material, form and place to investigate re-interpretation. The structure is composed of EPS Blocks frequently used in architecture and civil engineering. Man’s oldest tool, the hand was used to transform the refined square EPS blocks on site into rough and uneven natural surfaces evocative of eroded rocks. This symbolized human action transforming standardized and artificial materials into the arbitrary. Its transformed materiality allows the space to flow naturally within an intended structural frame, allowing visitors to experience and explore a small grotto within the city center. Moreover, the fluid surfaces and texturized space within impels visitors to actively touch, lean and bump into the structure, reinventing the action of‘play’.
It’s Different is the thirteenth in an annual series of publications that feature work by the winners of the Architectural League Prize for young architects and designers. Foreword by Michael Manfredi, Introduction by Anne Rieselbach, Published by Princeton Architectural Press
Outside Looking In
Pennsylvania State University, The “Outside Looking In” lecture series was conceived by the Penn State Department of Architecture’s Lecture Committee, which includes Assistant Professor of Architecture Marcus Shaffer
Bakery Barn, Namyangju, South Korea, The first vessel is made to hold air. The second vessel is made to hold earth. The third vessel is made to hold water. The fourth vessel is made to hold leaves. The fifth vessel is made to hold sand. The sixth vessel is made to be empty.
Whiteout is an architecture of ice: a contemporary igloo enclosed within a transparent hose that contains water/ice.
AIA New York Award, NAMELESS recieved a AIA NY Design Award 2011 from The American Institute of Architects, New York Chapter. Exhibition will be on view at the Center for Architecture, New York, from April 14 to June 25
Architectural League Prize for Young Architects, The exhibition opens at the Arnold and Sheila Aronson Gallery, Parsons The New School for Design, and will be on show from June 15-July 29, 2011
Architectural League Prize for Young Architects, The exhibition opens at the Arnold and Sheila Aronson Gallery, Parsons The New School for Design, and will be on show from June 15-July 29, 2011
PLAYCLOUD is an architecture of air. This project explores the narrative potential of a pneumatic and fabric structure. We not only look at the utopian implications of the pavilion, but also seek a practical and sustainable solution to construct. The inflatable frame is a stand-in for temporariness, playfulness, lightness, and the transitory. It lets us ask two questions, “How in control are we of this structure, these narratives to be set up as temporary construction?” and, “Why is vision so central to the pavilion?”
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