SCALe win the competition <National Children's Science Museum>
‘Living Science Museum’ - SCALe
Ministry Of Science, Ict And Future Planning announced on February 12 that it selected the ‘Living Science Museum’ which was submitted jointly by Sunjin Engineering and Architects Office and Scale in the architectural design contest of the National Children’s Science Museum in Jongno-gu, Seoul, scheduled to open in April 2017.
The fusion of science and information technology (ICT) and architecture can react to the stimulation of visitors in real time, and children can learn science and technology principles easily and easily through buildings.
The National Children’s Science Museum is a living building that responds to visitors by combining architecture and cutting-edge science and technology with the concept of a “living science museum”. It will help children to learn scientific principles naturally by implementing architectural stimuli and reactions that are the main features of life. The living science museum is a building where children are able to dream of the future of science by integrating sensors that are stimulated based on science and ICT technology, artificial intelligence that thinks, and building devices (robotics) that responds to architecture.
Ministry will collect the opinions of various experts on the winning design contest and finalize the final plan, complete the construction and exhibition design until the end of this year, and start construction in earnest in early next year. to be. On the other hand, the winning works will be exhibited until 28th from the National Science Museum (2-60, Wolyong-dong, 215, Changgyeonggung).