Looking back at the basics of architecture(건축, 그 기본을 돌아보다) | You-min Won | TEDxSinchon

Everyone wants to live in a nice house. But what is a nice house, and what are the elements that make a house nice? You-min, Won looks back at the original functions of a house, and shares his goals as an architect and his thoughts about how necessary it is to change our thoughts.

“I think we need to go back to the basics of what makes a house. A house is, as we all know, one of the basics of the basic necessities of human life. But in our current society, housing is a big problem that still has to be fixed.

[6th Speaker] You-min, Won – Co-representative of JYA-RCHITECTS

You-min, Won strives to propose various ideas such as low-cost houses, and to improve housing welfare in Korea.

– Co-representative of JYA-RCHITECTS

– Winner of 2013 Young Architects Award

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