*도산안창호 기념 설치물 [ PQNK ] Ahn Chang Ho Memorial Park

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기념물의 시작은 안창호의 여행루트를 따라갑니다.

서로 다른 10개의 나라와 그에 속하는 60개의 도시는 6개의 동심원과 외부로 부터

각기 다른 방향에서 관계를 맺습니다. 안으로 부터 한국, 일본, 미국, 중국, 멕시코, 러시아로

이루어진 6개의 동심원이 이루는 루프는 각기 다른 지점에서 선생의 삶의 괘적을

시간과 장소로 연결합니다. 도 시속의 모놀리틱 오브제는 단순하게 장소에 대한

인지성을 높이기 위한 장치가 아닙니다. 지금의 우리는 잊고 있지만 지금의 공간와 도시를 있게 만든

그 당시의 선구자들을( 루터킹목사, 간디, 도산 안창호) 현재 도시 속으로 불러 옴으로써

시간과 공간을 뛰어넘는 조우를 통하여 어반 컨텍스트로 귀속됩니다.

이러한 장소는 랜드마크를 갖는 고유한 캐릭터화 됩니다.


reviewed by SJ


Most of people, except Korean, may not be familiar with the name of Ahn Chang Ho (1878-1938), also known as Dosan, who was one of many Korean independence activists during Colonial Era. However, the small city in east of USA, Riverside commemorate him along with Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr. by providing statues of these three great men and small memorial parks around them in downtown Riverside. This project is to redesign existing small memorial park around the statue of Ahn Chang Ho.



Ahn Chang Ho was a famous Korean independence activist, but he also was a farm worker, an entrepreneur, an educator, a diplomat, a leader and a global pioneer.

PQNK paid attention to his unprecedented world-wide sphere of independence actions. From 1902 to 1932 until arrested and transported to Korea, he traveled more than 10 countries and 60 cities for Korean independence actions.


The memorial begins with charting Ahn Chang Ho’s travel destination. Ahn Chang Ho’s travels to 10 different countries and 60 cities are organized on six rings that radiate outward from the center; these countries include Korea, Japan, USA, China, Mexico and Russia. His travels are organized chronologically moving counter-clockwise until his death in Korea in during his return 1938. Each line represents a specific time period and the extent of the line represents the country and the city to which he traveled.

The outer points of each ray are collected to create a faceted geometry. An organic loop was then imbued inside the polygonal shape to generate a shape that specifically tells the story of An Chang Ho’s travels.

Unlike the conventional concept of memorial park that provide memorial figures only as a monolithic object, the simple but creative concept was proposed to make memorial park to be responsive to urban context. The road-facing side of the loop is raised from the ground to create more spatial and formal qualities. As a result, the loop becomes more visible from the other block and drivers moving along University avenue while occupying minimum area on the ground, which allows the ground level to be almost free of structure. The ground level is widely open and has no directed circulation to accommodate diverse pedestrian activities.

There coexist two qualities to the loop. A visually enclosed form and an openness to outer world at the same time.


The loop of a pioneering journey – Ahn Chang Ho Memorial Park in Riverside, CA
Riverside, California, United States

Architect: PQNK | http://www.pqnk.com/
Project Team: Ung Bum Lee, Sun Jung Han, Chunghwan Sung, Kyoungha Yoo, Jason Kim, Sylvia Kim


from  plusmood

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