Bartlett Student Work Exhibited at the Global Studios Exhibition, Seoul
29 August 2019
Work from the school’s Architecture BSc and Architecture MArch programmes will be exhibited at Seoul Biennale’s studio show, opening on 07 September
This September, Bartlett student work from two of the school’s design units will be on display at the Global Studios Exhibition, part of the Seoul Biennale of Architecture.
Visitors will be able to view work exploring ‘Sharing Cities’ from Architecture BSc Unit 9 and Architecture MArch Unit 13, curated by Bartlett tutors Sabine Storp and Patrick Weber.
About the work
Unit 9 share design proposals formulated on their unit field trip to Seoul in January. Projects explore how the built environment can improve social cohesion in cities by creating spaces for co-living and co-working, as well as new infrastructures to facilitate sharing and collaboration.
Students present a collaborative drawing that addresses the emerging issues of sharing culture and collaborative consumption in cities like Seoul. The drawing is the product of a workshop called Negotiating Seoul – the Shared City, which took place last November with Bartlett students working with students from Hanyang University.
Also at the Seoul Biennale this year, Bartlett Professor Peter Bishop is curating the London exhibition of work ‘London Is…’ which includes works from ten of London’s top architecture practices, as well as seven Bartlett alumni.
Find out more
Part of the Seoul Biennale, this year’s Global Studios Exhibition is reflecting on the theme of the ‘Collective City’ and includes the work of students and staff from 34 universities from around the world.
Negotiating Seoul – the Shared City was an exploratory workshop, co-led by Bartlett tutors Sabine Storp and Patrick Weber, alongside So Young Kim from Hanyang University.
Image: Global Studios: Sharing City, by The Bartlett School of Architecture and Hanyang University Erica. Seoul Biennale 2019.