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“Young Architects” build a roof for the MMCA

New outdoor sculpture at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art.

지붕감각
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지붕감각 SoA ("Roof Sentiment" courtesy of the artists and MMCA Seoul)
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"Roof Sentiment" courtesy of the artists and MMCA Seoul
지붕감각 SoA ("Roof Sentiment" courtesy of the artists and MMCA Seoul)
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"Roof Sentiment" courtesy of the artists and MMCA Seoul
지붕감각 SoA ("Roof Sentiment" courtesy of the artists and MMCA Seoul)
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"Roof Sentiment" courtesy of the artists and MMCA Seoul
An art museum disguised as a container box building, the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art doesn’t have what looks like a proper roof. But starting this July, a structure will be installed in the courtyard of the museum. The winning project of the Young Architects Program (YAP) this year, “Roof Sentiment” is a 500kg structure composed of reed blinds by architect team SoA (Society of Architecture), Lee Chi-hoon and Kang Ye-rin. Resembling the grooves of corrugated cardboard bent in wave-like curves, the outdoor sculpture project will open Jul 1–Sep 30, with a whole bunch of summer-appropriate events happening throughout its lifespan.

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