Yeongdo-gu’s (Busan) Huinnyeoul Culture Village

Yeongdo-gu’s (Busan) Huinnyeoul Culture Village

1. Context

Called ‘Korean Santorini’ for a harmonised mingling of seashore lines and clis, the Huinnyeoul Culture Village has the blessings of scenic nature.

Ulaanbaatar Public Art Week

Ulaanbaatar Public Art Week

1. Context

LAM 360° (Land Art Mongolia, LAM) is a biennial art festival located in Mongolia. LAM focuses on land art as a form of spatial visualisation of the relations between nature, culture and social policies.

Surakarta’s Hallasan Urban Play

Surakarta’s Hallasan Urban Play

1. Context

Surakarta City, or more commonly known as Solo City, is the centre of cultural development from the Mataram era to the present. Solo is the birthplace of drama art, which later became better known as “Wayang Orang” and spread throughout the archipelago.

Krabi’s sustainable future cities

Krabi’s sustainable future cities

1. Context

Thailand’s Krabi province, about 783 km south of Bangkok, is internationally renowned for its stunning scenery. With over 150 islands along its 150km-long coastline, Krabi attracts over four million international visitors per year.

Jongno-gu’s Changsin-Sungin sewing village

Jongno-gu’s Changsin-Sungin sewing village

1. Context

Located in Seoul, Jongno-gu has played an important role in the administration, politics, economy and culture of the city.