Everyday Space Workshop

Seun Walkway

Seoul Skyway

New Rochelle Waterfront

Nooks and Cranny

Negotiated Occupation

Helsinki Central Library

Rethink Athens



Fresh, Rotten and Preserved

Rowe X Ungers

Vertical Horizon

Stories of Nature

Museum of Polish History



New Jalisco State Public Library

Olympic Sculpture Park

Barnard College Diana Center

Taekwondo Park Master Plan



Urban Terrains Digital Lab

Urban Terrains Lab

Tactical Territories






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"The City is like a Cloud"
The city is like a cloud that continuously transforms always in reference to its previous figure. It resists the attempt for control and regularization. The history of planning and construction in the Jazdow area is a testament to the aspirations and failures of the ideal of the city. In a new attempt to reclaim the vision and history of the site, a strategy that can recover the past as well as expand into the future is required. “Expanding Pathways” is a strategy in which the aspirations of reclaiming the axial layout of the Os Stanislawowska is constructed as part of the mechanism through which other historic stratas can be reclaimed and registered. A field is created to trace the overlapping network of axis and history as negatives within the positive of the field of the site. The figure/ground becomes a mechanism through which the mechanism of “tracing” is registered within the landscape. The past is traced through the negative spaces and the future “past”, current artifacts which might no longer exist in the future becomes negative spaces once it is erased also.




Project Team
Project Director: Yehre Suh

Museum of Polish History / Urban Cloud

Location: Warsaw, Poland
Program: Museum, Public Park
Area: 20,000 m² / 215,000 sf
Status: International Competition 2009