Breathing Nature

National Museum of Korea Immersive Digital Gallery Seoul / South Korea / 2020

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An AR experience zone within the utopian garden filled with the scent of flowers.


 As you follow the scent of smoke, you will face a flower that holds the warmth.


Inspired by Hanok (traditional Korean house) the exhibition area is an idealistic space where reality and unreality, past and present are coexisting.


Traces of little birds and tiger patterned ridge illustrates the creatures of nature and the warmth of nature itself. The garden is designed to offer a comfortable resting space and it is filled with craft products based on usability, quality contents with cutting-edge technology, and cultural heritage.


 


The screen near the entrance of the exhibition space features historical contents that react to the motion of the viewer. In the AR experience zone, visitors can walk through the archive and restore historical artifacts by themselves.


 


This is the first permanent exhibition in Korea using the high-tech of the fourth industrial revolution. In collaboration with the Nakhwa (traditional wood-burning) Master the designer has created furniture and object for space. 

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    An AR experience zone within the utopian garden filled with the scent of flowers.  As you follow the scent of smoke, you will face a flower that holds the warmth. Inspired by Hanok (traditional Korean house) the exhibition area is an idealistic space where reality and unreality, past and present are coexisting. Traces of little birds and tiger patterned ridge illustrates the creatures of nature and the warmth of nature itself. The garden is designed to offer a comfortable resting space...

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    • Year 2020
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Museums
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