Grand Prize at ‘2021 Korea Spatial Culture Awards’


A resting space created with residents, ‘between azaleas and silver grass
11. 11. Awarded 6 excellent living spaces at the ‘Korea Architecture Festival’

Grand Prize (Presidential Award): Between Royal Azalea and Pampas Grass

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (Minister Hwang Hee, hereafter referred to as the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism) is the recipient of the ‘2021 Korea Spatial Culture Award’. ‘Between Royal Azalea and Silver Grass’ (Hapcheon-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do) was selected as the grand prize (Presidential Award) winner.

Celebrating its 16th anniversary this year, the ‘Korea Spatial Culture Award’ is hosted by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and jointly hosted by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Korea Architects Association. This award has been awarded since 2006 in order to improve.

This year, 35 works were recommended by local governments, public institutions, and the private sector across the country. The judging committee focuses on how the place contributes to the city and the public domain. ▲ Is the space realizing the value and creating a unique culture for the place? ▲ How did you design the public domain provided to the citizens? ▲ Is it being actively used in terms of users? A total of six works were selected as winners by comprehensively considering various factors, focusing on the judging criteria such as

Grand Prize (Presidential Award): Between Royal Azalea and Pampas Grass

Selected as this year’s grand prize (Presidential Award) ‘between azaleas and silver grass[수상자: 경상남도 합천군, 설계자: ㈜디림건축사사무소]Hwangmaesan County Park Tourist Rest Area in Hapcheon, Gyeongsangnam-do, is a place where Hapcheon-gun and local residents collaborated to create a rest area and park that harmonizes with the surrounding natural scenery. The judging committee selected the excellent natural scenery of azaleas and silver grass in Hwangmae Plain and the harmony of the buildings that did not go against it, especially in creating and operating public spaces where local governments and local residents actively cooperate and participate to contribute to the local community. said

The grand prize (Prime Minister’s Award) was ‘Aloysio Station 1968′[수상자: 학교법인 소년의집학원, 설계자: (주)건축사사무소 오퍼스]’ was selected. ‘Aloysio Base 1968’, located in Amnam-dong, Seo-gu, Busan, is an open place and community space that provides a variety of life education, experience programs, and after-school learning to local residents and students by renovating the closed school operated by the Sisters. The judging committee highly appreciated the operation method of sharing with neighbors and the designer’s efforts to make it a space.

Other ▲ ‘Area Six[삼진식품(주)]’ is the Durenanum Award (Minister’s Award), which is awarded to places where residents have actively participated in creating a space that revitalizes local community culture, and ▲ ‘Jungnim-dong St. Joseph Street (Seoul City)’ is the Street Madang Award (Ministerial Award) awarded to good streets and plazas. ), ▲ ‘Bulamsan Observation Pavilion Imagination Circle (Nowon-gu, Seoul)’ received the Nuri Shelter Award (Minister’s Award) awarded to an eco-friendly shelter, and ▲ ‘Imrang Culture Park (Gijang-gun, Busan)’ was a program that made good use of local historical and cultural resources. Receive the Our Love Award (Ministerial Award) awarded to the venue.

The awards ceremony is scheduled to be held at the ‘2021 Korean Architecture Festival’ on Thursday, November 11. It is exhibited at Culture Station Seoul 284 during the period.

Reporter Lee Myung-eun [email protected]


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