In 2006, the New York chapter of the AIA created the New Practices competition to showcase emerging architecture and design firms that could very well be the Next Big Thing in New York City. Among this year’s winners are Unchung Na, Sorae Yoo, and Kiseok Oh of NAMELESS Architecture and they’re presenting their winning work, (im)possible architecture, tomorrow night at the Hafele Showroom in Manhattan.
“We believe in the new possibilities of architecture, which can modify the stubborn boundaries between fundamental ideas and everyday life,” wrote NAMELESS in a statement. “This starts from an interest in looking at pre-existing firm things from a different perspective. The new role of the architect of our time is envisioned under the belief that everything can be reinterpreted and rediscovered. To achieve this, seemingly contradictory relationships are re-examined.”
The event, which offers 1 LU, runs from 5:30-7:30p.m. For more information on the event visit the AIA’s event page.