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Student Showcase Archive

Eun Ju Han

PhD Work

PhD work

  • Floating Spaces

    Floating Spaces, Eun-Ju Han

  • 24 layers of Telecommunication data topography through tracing real geographical mobile uses hour by hour

    24 layers of Telecommunication data topography through tracing real geographical mobile uses hour by hour, Eunju Han

  • Urban Scenario II: Floating Gallery in London

    Urban Scenario II: Floating Gallery in London, Eun Ju Han, PhD

This work represents an urban scenario of the West End in London, one of four serial projects reflecting urban rhythm and locative virtual layers, which are the core discourse of my PhD research (‘Locative Interaction in Urban Space: Programmatic flexibility’). This project shows programmatically flexible virtual layers activated by telecommunication. 
These virtual layers can embed architectural programmes and can reflect diverse activities in an urban space in real time. The digital spatiality interpreted as an architectural rhetoric can be utilised as if it were an architectural structure that can complement the existing programmes endowed in the built environment.



  • PhD


    School of Design


    Innovation Design Engineering, 2011–2013

  • On top of undertaking a PhD about future communications in urban spaces in Innovation Design Engineering of Royal College of Art, Eunju Han is an architect, a writer working in Space group and Space magazine (AH&C Index listed), and a design consultant focusing on technology application. She has conducted various architectural projects as a senior project manager and a design consultant, which are mainly large-scale public buildings and monumental design projects in Asia countries. At the same time, she has directed cross-disciplinary exhibitions and performances between architecture, art and music. She ha also taught in universities in Korea for five years in architectural studio and architectural design history. She has been recently involved in a few interdisciplinary projects that are about urban surface design through solar energy technology and a stereo-scopic design solution of transparent conductor through experimental design research. Her trans-disciplinary research interests are currently focusing on urban space and human communication under advanced technology and augmented interface combined with an extended spatial consciousness as a means for future communication.

  • Degrees

  • MA, Architectural Design, Kyungpook National University, Daegu, Korea, 1997; BA (Hons), Architectural Engineering, Kyungpook National University, Daegu, Korea, 1995
  • Experience

  • Senior manager/ architect, Space Group, Seoul, Korea, 2002-11; Visiting lecturer, Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea, 2004-5; Visiting lecturer, Kyungpook National University, Daegu, Korea, 2000-2; Visiting lecturer, Catholic University, Daegu, Korea, 1999-2002
  • Exhibitions

  • How We Became Metadata, University of Westminster, London, 2010; Ron Arad: Restless, Barbican, London, 2010; Siggraph 2009: Network Your Senses, Earnest N. Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, USA, 2009; Rhythm Analysis, Gallery I, Seoul, Korea, 2009
  • Awards

  • Second prize, Dealim Construction Corperation Competition for Chucheon Teygye-dong Housing Plan, 2007; First prize, City of Pohang Competition for Pohang City Hall Plan, 2003; Winner, Next Generation Researcher, Korea Research Foundation, 1997