For the next couple of months, Seoul will be hosting architects and urban planners from around the world, looking for ways to make cities more people-friendly and eco-friendly.
It’s the second edition of the Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism, starting this Saturday.
Under the theme of “collective city,” architects and urban experts from about 80 cities will present their projects at a number of Seoul landmarks including the Dongdaemun Design Plaza and the Donuimun Museum Village.
This year’s Seoul Biennale will run through November 10th.
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