AAU Graduate School of Architecture
graduate student work
jan2015 - present
Konkuk University Graduate/ College of Architecture Seoul
January 2009- August 2015
Eric Reeder has taught Graduate level design studios for the past ten years at schools in Seoul, South Korea and in San Francisco, California. Teaching philosophy places emphasis on representational methods as interpretive tools for complex contexts in discovering and making projects.  
Studios are encouraged to look closely at in situ conditions for clues and anchors, often developing adaptable scenarios. Our challenge is that seeing form is not the goal of design, rather identifying a provisional framework of expansive and systemic potential.
 
(group site model shown) <allsystemsgo>>
Li Yi
Avery Hu 
Nikitha Raju
Olga Bogatova
adaptLAB projects 2010-2015 
adaptLAB was founded in Seoul in 2010 as effort for instigating public, in situ design projects. The work aimed to raise social and situational awareness, whereby marginal urban spaces are open to adaptable interpretation. The work from the studio also focused on 'seasonal' materials employed in various locations and arrangements. adaptLAB's installation work intended to test common material assumptions in novel, unexpected application. 
Collaborators
Borris Oichermann
(artist in residence / color scientist) 
NK refugees
(seoul)
Baekrak Temple
(hongcheon, ROK)
Texas Tech Univ. / Seoul Studio
Kuhn Park, Jeff Nesbit
gsaku
(seoul) 
project spaceLab39 / mullae art village
(seoul)

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