Jeon Young-hun, Yoo Jin-ju Major in Architectural Design, Hanbat National University
Park Mi-reoung Department of Architectural Engineering, Hongik University
Kim Ji-seon, Han Song-yi, Han Ae-sook Sookmyung Women’s University
Ahn Dong-young Department of Design, Sangmyung University
Kang Da-hye, Choi Jung-mi Department of Interior Design, Kookmin University
Kwon Oh-seek School of Architecture and Building Science, Chung-ang University
Min Seok-ki Interior Architecture, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Yang Jun-young Department of Architectural Engineering, Inha University Graduate School
Byun Go-un, Kim Su-jin Department of Interior Design, Kookmin University
Kim Hee-won, Lee Moon-sook, Choi Eun-hye School of Fine Arts, Baekseok Arts University
Lee Ka-yeon Department of Interior Design, Kookmin University
Jung Sang-yong, Kim Sun-hwa Department of Housing Studies, Chung-ang University
|カテゴリ||アイディアコンペ / 学生が参加できるコンペ / コンペ結果|
|タイプ||International, Idea, Students, Two-Stage , Anonymous|
|登録締切日||25 September 2009 GoogleCal iCal|
|提出締切日||25 September 2009 (Must be Postmarked or Delived by visit)|
|応募資格||Undergraduate and graduate students (up to 3) up to master's degrees (students on leave of absence included)|
Material prosperity resulting from the Industrial Revolution in the 18th century led to a strong belief in rationality and the world started to become more systematic. ?esign?became a word that more easily conveys to the public the aura discovered in craft in the pre-industrial era, establishing itself as an aesthetic behavior that complements functional elements. Therefore, the aesthetics of designed objects existed in a relatively passive and contemplative position, being separated from functional and cultural elements. Space or interior design was aesthetic value merely added to functional interpretation of life, failing to be actively integrated into culture or functions.
Every society formulates philosophy within the context of the values of the respective era and organizes itself toward following that philosophy. And inside the philosophy there exist the ideals that the society always dreams of. Now, the time has come when design should move a step forward from mere contemplation of passive and superficial aesthetic senses and put into action the social values and philosophy of the times, becoming an active player in transforming the society.
The aesthetics that design aspires to should go beyond the phase of sensational perceptions accepted by people. It should be expanded to something that actively change the society people belong to by providing motivation for thinking, leading to action. By fulfilling such a role, design dreams of achieving social ideals and offers sophisticated philosophy to the artificial world as a living entity, thereby motivating humans experiencing design to enjoy an enriched life.
Choi Si-young (President of Living Axis)
Moon Jeong-mook (Professor of Sang Myung University)
Grand Prize (1): 5 million KRW
1st Prize (1): 2 million KRW
2nd Prize (3): each 1 million KRW
3rd Prize (many): 1-year Space subscription
* The prize winners get preferential treatment when they apply to the Space Group.
Less than 20 pages of Power-point File and 2 copies of printed Power-point Images
219, Wonseo-dong, Jongro-gu, Seoul, Korea
Preliminary judging and notification of final judging(qualified teams): October 7, 2009
Final judging and award ceremony To Be Announced