Organized by the Seoul Design Foundation and Hosted by the Seoul Metropolitan Government. The lectures are primarily in English. The event is free but registration is recommended. Please see the Seoul Biennale for Architecture and Urbanism website for details.
For AIA members: Morning Session, 9am-11:50am (2.5 CEU HSW Units). Afternoon Session, 1:30pm-6pm (4 CEU HSW Units) Please note your AIA member number on the sign-in sheet.
Morning Session 9am-11:50am: Sanki Choe AIA (University of Seoul, moderator), John Hong AIA(Seoul National University), Peter Ferretto (Chinese University of Hong Kong), Rafael Luna (Hanyang University), Jae-Sung Chon (University of Manitoba), So Young Kim (Hanyang University, ERICA), Patrick Weber (Bartlett School of Architecture), Klaas Kresse (Ewha University), Erik L’Heureux AIA (National University of Singapore), Dongwoo Yim (Hongik University), Marc Brossa, Sanki Choe AIA, Alicia Lazzaroni (Chulalongkorn University), Peter Tagiuri (Rhode island School of Design)
Afternoon Session 1:30pm-6pm: Jaeyong Lim AIA KIRA and Francisco Sanin + 4 curators, Minsuk Cho AIA (Mass Studies), Armando Hashimoto (EL Cielo Arquitectos), Noura Al-Sayeh (Bahrain authority for culture and Antiquities), Fu Rong, Peter Wilson (Bolles + Wilson Architects)
Description: Collective space in architecture and urbanism operates and evolves through many creative strategies of interactions, intrusions, and exchange of social boundaries. Speakers will examine and discuss how patterns of such collective actions can be extracted from various physical models of marketplaces, public streets, housings, and other structures or infrastructures both traditional and modern. Further discussion will examine innovative governance models and active collective processes that balance out the rules and social agreements that collectively contribute to reshaping the city for the public good.