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Design an iconic museum to celebrate the challenge spirit and promote learning for future generations. Design Developed Goals • create a memorable image for visitors – evoking the human spirit facing challenges; • establish harmony between the museum, surrounding mountains and farms; • articulate the major areas – the Planetarium, Legacy Hall, the Museum, and the Educational components. The design concept is inspired by thespiral, a geometric form that occurs throughout nature, such as – a Hurricane, a Galaxy, and a Shell. Each space is reflective of the entrepreneurial spirit with an architectural expression that is “innovative, dynamic, accessible and contemporary”. Focus Areas: Physically Challenging: Walking, Ziplining, Hiking; Canoeing; Camping; Roping Environmentally Sensitive Landscaping: collecting rain water for the greenroof; Study drought- tolerant grasses; Observe dams creating different looking landscapes Organic Farming: Experience organic vegetable gardens and orchards; See organic animal farming, free-range feeding, and humane treatment of animals; Visit a sod farm growing drought-tolerant grasses. A glass wall displaying life under our feet; Visit the tree of life. 

Contributors:

TSKP STUDIO (Architect): Tai Soo Kim, Whitcomb Iglehart, Jesse Saylor, Daegeon Jeong

Chora (Museum Programmer): Robert Sullivan, Maria Elena Gutierrez

IKD (Museum Exhibit Designer): Yugon Kim

Mikyoung Kim Design (Landscape Architect): Mikyoung Kim

Client

Design Competition

Location

Gyeonggi-do, South Korea

Size

95,000 SF

Awards

AIA Connecticut Design Award

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Challenge Museum - Korea

1 challenge museum design competition unbuilt south korea site rendering 1400 xxx q85
2 challenge museum design competition unbuilt south korea exterior 1400 xxx q85
3 challenge museum design competition unbuilt south korea exterior view 2 1400 xxx q85
5 challenge museum design competition unbuilt south korea interior view 2 1400 xxx q85
5 challenge museum design competition unbuilt south korea interior view 2 1400 xxx q85
6 challenge museum design competition unbuilt south korea exhibit 1400 xxx q85
7 challenge museum design competition unbuilt south korea model 1400 xxx q85
8 challenge museum design competition unbuilt south korea section 1 1400 xxx q85
9 challenge museum design competition unbuilt south korea section 2 1400 xxx q85
10 challenge museum design competition unbuilt south korea sketched site plan 1400 xxx q85
11 challenge museum design competition unbuilt south korea ground floor plan 1400 xxx q85
12 challenge museum design competition unbuilt south korea aerial level 1 floor plan 1400 xxx q85
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Challenge Museum - Korea

Design an iconic museum to celebrate the challenge spirit and promote learning for future generations. Design Developed Goals • create a memorable image for visitors – evoking the human spirit facing challenges; • establish harmony between the museum, surrounding mountains and farms; • articulate the major areas – the Planetarium, Legacy Hall, the Museum, and the Educational components. The design concept is inspired by thespiral, a geometric form that occurs throughout nature, such as – a Hurricane, a Galaxy, and a Shell. Each space is reflective of the entrepreneurial spirit with an architectural expression that is “innovative, dynamic, accessible and contemporary”. Focus Areas: Physically Challenging: Walking, Ziplining, Hiking; Canoeing; Camping; Roping Environmentally Sensitive Landscaping: collecting rain water for the greenroof; Study drought- tolerant grasses; Observe dams creating different looking landscapes Organic Farming: Experience organic vegetable gardens and orchards; See organic animal farming, free-range feeding, and humane treatment of animals; Visit a sod farm growing drought-tolerant grasses. A glass wall displaying life under our feet; Visit the tree of life. 

Contributors:

TSKP STUDIO (Architect): Tai Soo Kim, Whitcomb Iglehart, Jesse Saylor, Daegeon Jeong

Chora (Museum Programmer): Robert Sullivan, Maria Elena Gutierrez

IKD (Museum Exhibit Designer): Yugon Kim

Mikyoung Kim Design (Landscape Architect): Mikyoung Kim

Client

Design Competition

Location

Gyeonggi-do, South Korea

Size

95,000 SF

Awards

AIA Connecticut Design Award