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In an instant DIY (do it yourself, you know, what we used to call being “handy”) moment, I whipped up a hallway light out of my stash of hanji.
We feel about Gangnam the way we do about other neighborhoods such as Beverly Hills, the Upper East Side, Pacific Heights, Bloomfield Hills and the City of London.
South Korea’s Research Institute for Industrial Science and Technology will start work on a “smart micro-grid” that will run 100 percent on clean energy in the UAE.
In Daegu, Korea’s fourth largest city, Louver Haus brings smart design to yet another crowded urban neighborhood.
A firm in South Korea could be interested in investing in a St. Lucia geothermal power project.
Hanji, handmade Korean paper, is a beautiful accent to any room, and is a temporary sustainable window treatment at the Fig Garden Project.
Monocomplex recently exhibited its Sculpture Project, an armchair cut out of 127 flattened cardboard boxes pressed together then slowly carved with careful attention.
Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates recently presented the firm’s design for Block H of Seoul’s new Yongsan International Business District in Seoul.
This article was submitted to the Thomson Reuters Environmental Media Award competition. The winner will attend the 2012 World Conservation Congress in Juju Island, Korea, in September 2012. Please lend your support by visiting the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Facebook Page and vote to lend your support. Thank you!
As the Villagio Doha fire tragedy unfolds, with 19 people dead and countless lives shattered, the aftermath is too uncomfortably similar to what occurred in Seoul, South Korea, 17 years ago.
If one memorial sums up what Memorial Day is about, it would have to be the Korean War Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC.
One Ocean, designed by Vienna's soma, hails Yeosu’s redevelopment along its waterfront as this southwestern Korean city of 300,000 hosts EXPO 2012.