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Byoung Cho - monograph - Thames & Hudson
Thames & Hudson

01/04/14

Byoung Cho - monograph - Thames & Hudson

Byoung Cho should be a great deal more well known than he is. But then his discrete profile and quiet rise to prominence sit well with his entire creative ethos. This monograph documents work that is authoritative, measured, effortlessly innovative and formally serene. Cho's buildings are a vernacular all their own,  seemingly (despite his years) the result of many decades of thought and experiment: the work of a life-time. That he draws intelligently from the traditions of Korean material culture and the the works of admired architects like Aalto, and Zumthor is clear but he has developed his own highly sensual grammar of form and material: distinctive and unerringly beautiful. This new monograph succinctly represents the work to date in a crisply designed publication complimenting perfectly the sober elegance of Cho's practice. A hugely refreshing antidote to the hollow excess that typifies the current glut of starchitects.