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Waterloo Architecture graduates win international design competition for the planning of a new National Museum Complex in South Korea

Saturday, February 11, 2017

Congratulations to Waterloo Architecture graduates Uros Novakovic & Sebastian Bartnicki, and Nicolas Koff from Office OU.

Chosen from 81 entries, Toronto-based design firm Office OU was announced as the winner of South Korea's International Competition for the National Museum Complex Master Plan of the New Administrative City (Sejong City). As a proposed self-sustaining city of 500,000 people, Sejong City will serve as South Korea's administrative city, transferring multiple national government functions from Seoul. The Museum Gardens will amplify the cultural landscape of South Korea's new metropolis. 
Read the ArchDaily article.
 

They are primarily architects – all three partners are trained as architects, and met at the University of Waterloo’s architecture school or while working together at Toronto firm Zeidler...

From the Globe & Mail article.

An aerial view ofOffice OU’s design for Sejong Museum Gardens.
An aerial view of Office OU’s design for Sejong Museum Gardens.

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