KOREAN WAR MEMORIAL AND VISITORS' CENTER

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Any conflict / interaction / transformation moment is a condition of being in-between two stable sides and two stable periods by its nature. A condition of being in-between bears new potentials with its autonomous, different, volatile and ephemeral existence while sustaining the traces of two entities.

Korean War Memorial and Visitors' Center is spatially and temporally in-between in terms of its function and its theme.
In this context, the design problem emerges as the production of a functionally, spatially, and temporally in-between space. Therefore, the condition of being in-between is explored with its spatial reflections through site decisions and landscape design, spatial organization and exhibition design, and material use and construction techniques.

 
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KOREAN WAR MEMORIAL AND VISITORS' CENTER
Competition Project
Lüleburgaz, Kırklareli, Turkey, 2019

Client: Lüleburgaz Municipality

Function: Memorial / Cultural / Social

Design Team: Onur Yüncü, Bayazıt Oğuz Ayoğlu

Contributors: Ali Ateş, Kübra Sönmez, Elif Ezgi Öztürk, Begüm Sarı, İlayda Özkaya, Çağrım Koçer

Area: 1.500 m²

Services: Design

Status: Design

Consultant: Özhan Akay (Structural)