Posts Tagged ‘Timber’

Yugon Kim to Present at BuildingEnergy Boston 03/09/16

Yugon Kim (Critic, Interior Architecture) will present Combating Climate Change with Timber Construction at the 2016 Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) Building Energy Conference in Boston on 9th March 2016. The presentation will introduce innovations in timber technology and through case studies demonstrate the wide range of environmental benefits. Currently, buildings in the United States account for […]

Kim installs “Outside-in” up-cycled timber installation

‘Outside-in’ is one of nine winning proposals for the ongoing secret shelters exhibition hosted at the heritage museum and gardens in Sandwich, Massachusetts. The interactive furniture installation was created by Yugon Kim (Critic, Interior Architecture), founding partner at the Cambridge-based firm IKD. The concept revolves around the inversion of a typical tree bench, which faces […]

Kim featured in New England Forestry Foundation report

In the recent NEFF 2015 Spring report, Yugon Kim (Critic, Interior Architecture) discusses how timber construction can combat climate change as well as misconceptions that timber must overcome to gain equal footing with steel and concrete in building construction. Graphic elements and images of the Urban TImber: From Seed to City exhibition held at the […]