Seung established the firm of IROJE architects in 1989, specializing in residential, religious, educational and public facilities. A symbol of the creativity and industry to flourish in Korea after emerging from dictatorship, Seung is now one of Asia's leading practitioners, in 2002 becoming the first architect to be named Artist of the Year by the Korean National Museum of Contemporary Art. Complemented by interviews and an analytical essay by Richard Ingersoll, this comprehensive oeuvre history includes lavish profiles of such celebrated Seung projects as the Buddhist Cultural Centre at Gongju, his buildings for Daejeon University, the Kyobo Book Centre Paju, and GuDuk Presbyterian Church.
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