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New Rochelle Waterfront

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Negotiated Occupation

Helsinki Central Library

Rethink Athens

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Fresh, Rotten and Preserved

Rowe X Ungers

Vertical Horizon

Stories of Nature

Museum of Polish History

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Hexa-Float

New Jalisco State Public Library

Olympic Sculpture Park

Barnard College Diana Center

Taekwondo Park Master Plan

 

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Urban Terrains Digital Lab

Urban Terrains Lab

Tactical Territories

 

 

 

 

 

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Yehre Suh, AIA / Principal

Yehre Suh is a Registered Architect in New York and New Jersey, USA and is a LEED AP BD+C accredited professional. She received her B.F.A. and M.F.A. in Industrial Design from Seoul National University in Seoul, Korea and her Masters in Architecture at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design.

Before establishing her own practice, she was the Project Architect for eight years at Weiss/Manfredi: Architecture/Landscape/Urbanism for award winning projects such as the Olympic Sculpture Park in Seattle, which received the 2007 Veronica Rudge Green Prize for Urban Design from Harvard University and the Diana Center for Barnard College in New York City, which received the Chicago Athenaeum American Architecture Award in 2011. She was also the project manager for the master plan phase for the Taekwondo Park, Muju Korea in 2008, which was the winning project of an international competition.

Yehre Suh is currently the Assistant Professor of Urban Design at Seoul National University, Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Director of Urban Terrains Lab and the Curator of Asian Urbanism at the Asia Culture Center in Gwangju, Korea. She has previously taught at Cornell University, Barnard College/Columbia University, City College of New York and Pratt Institute.

Yehre Suh progresses theoretical and design investigations on architecture and the city as a means to investigate alternative spatial strategies and scenarios. Her work focuses on the social, political, economic actor capabilities of architecture and the urban environment and investigates possibilities of flexible and sustainable mechanisms utilizing artificial and natural ecological systems. She was awarded the Graham Foundation Grant in 2008, Cornell Arts Council Grant in 2009, 2010, Rotch Foundation Grant in 2012, and the ARKO Grant for Criticism in the Arts, SNU Promising Pioneer Research Grant in 2015. Her research work was part of the 14th Venice Biennale Korean Pavilion exhibition in 2014. She is currently working on an open source web platform project “Tactical Territories” which analyzes international border urbanisms and its architecture.

 

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