Configuration of Spatial Dynamics Through Cross-Cultural Reference; Korean-American Cultural Center at the Edge Between Inside and Outside
New York City, Koreatown, cultural center, architectural mediator
"In this thesis, I would like to investigate and study the role of architecture as a spatial mediator between different cultural spheres within the city context. Specifically, I would like to focus on Koreatown and its surrounding in New York City. Through the architectural intervention of a cultural center at the edge of the community, I wish to explore the relationship between the Korean community and its immediate environment, between a transplanted ethnic neighborhood and the city, between inside and outside. The architecture of the new cultural venter will take advantage of this relationship to become a space for porous communication and interaction between the Korean community and the city in an effort to create new dialogue and meaning."
Koh, KwangPyo Steve, "Configuration of Spatial Dynamics Through Cross-Cultural Reference; Korean-American Cultural Center at the Edge Between Inside and Outside" (2001). Architecture Senior Theses. 115.
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