Myoungjae Kim studied undergraduate at Hanyang University in Seoul, and received her diploma at the Bartlett School of Architecture at University College London. She worked in London between 2009-2018 and was strongly involved in forward-thinking projects in central London, delivering a number of projects from onset to completion.
YeoJin Choi studied her undergraduate and master’s degree at Kyunghee University in South Korea, and received her diploma at the Bartlett School of Architecture at University College London. She has over 10-years of professional experience in Seoul and London, from the scale of the whole project to the detailed levels, her strong design sensibility has been proven through different projects.
Both of them are registered architects in ARB and chartered members of RIBA. Return to Korea in 2018, Myoungjae Kim and YeoJin Choi founded Plot architects and currently working on various projects. They are currently appointed as Seoul and Incheon Metropolitan architects and coordinating as facilitators for the Ministry of Education.
19 Dec 2019 - 15 Mar 2020
10:00 - 22:00
Children make up the quarter of the population but most cities are designed by adults. How different the city would be if it could be designed through children’s eyes?
In 2019 Hong Kong Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture, we explore the difference in how children and adults experience the nature and city in the public space, and identify key visual and sensorial factors.
Learning from the experiment, our exhibition will become the platform to assimilate the city in both children and adult’s perspective.
Do you remember how fun and playful the city was when you were a kid? We hope this will become a stepping stone to change the way adults with young children live, play, and move through cities with a full of joy.