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416纪念广场是一片线性浅滩水田,每条线刻有304名在丧失韩国世越号沉没中失踪的乘客中的一个名字。水的线条以匿名方式交织在一起,但更广阔的视野揭示了一个强烈的方向模式,其中每条线收敛成一个单一的表面。这种收敛的感觉为个性提供了一个空间隐喻,我们通过共同的信念和勇气将其统一为我们最伟大的力量。

当游客穿越广场时,他们留下了脚印,这些脚印会随时间干燥。这个简单的空间与游客身体之间的互动将丧失和灾难的反思印在日常生活中。一时之间,记忆变得有形,我们的痕迹汇聚成一个通过脚印之间的场地体现的集体记忆。这些记忆不会因为物理的缺席而减弱,而是在我们的心中变得更加强大。

地下建筑空间由光和水引导,这些光和水从上面的纪念广场流入。连接丹원高中和韩国世越号沉没地点的轴线引导游客穿过展览空间、社会记忆空间和纪念空间,其中水的汇聚从上方落下,成为一块“黑板”——痕迹的画布。

The memorial plaza is a field of linear shoal water where each line is engraved with a name of one of the 304 passengers lost in the Sewol sinking. The lines of water are woven together in an anonymous fashion, but a broader view reveals a strongly directional pattern where each line converges into a single surface. This perception of convergence offers a spatial metaphor for individuality, which we unify into our greatest power through shared beliefs and courage.

As visitors traverse the plaza, they leave behind their footprints, which dry with time. This simple interaction between the space and visitors' bodies imprints the remembrance of the lost and the reflection on the disaster into everyday life. For a moment, memory becomes tangible, and our traces converge into a collective memory embodied through the field of footprints. These memories do not diminish with physical absence but become stronger in our hearts.

The underground architectural spaces are guided by light and water, which flow in from the above memorial plaza. An axis connecting the Danwon High and the location of the Sewol Sinking leads visitors through exhibition space, social memory space, and the commemoration space where the convergence of water falls from above, becoming a "blackboard" of water - a canvas of traces.

2021

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Honorable Mention, Non Architecture Award

Studio RE+N team members led the development of the above project while colloborate with CO-MILIEU. Image courtesy of CO-MILIEU.

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