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Kyu Sung Woo Architects – Key Projects

Kyu Sung Woo Architects News

Nov 20, 2021
House II, Cambridge MA, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
Design: Kyu Sung Woo Architects
House II Cambridge Massachusetts
photograph : Jane Messinger Somerville, MA, USA
House II, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Architect Kyu Sung Woo designed House II for his wife, a concert pianist, and himself: a couple in their late seventies who are still active, but starting to think about their changing needs. It is located on a small street in West Cambridge, next door to the home they built 30 years ago (House I) where they raised their two children.

Kyu Sung Woo Buildings, alphabetical:

Asian Culture Complex, Gwangju, South Korea
Date built: 2009-
Kyu Sung Woo Architects Asian Culture Complex Gwangju
image from Kyu Sung Woo
Asian Culture Complex Korea
Architect Kyu Sung Woo, based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, has designed the Asian Culture Complex, establishing a new touchstone for May 18th Democracy Plaza in downtown Gwangju, South Korea. In a setting associated with the nation’s historic pro-democracy rallies, the Asian Culture Complex is a living commemoration celebrating the egalitarian, progressive nature of architecture and the performing and visual arts.

Harvard University Graduate Housing Complex, Cambridge, Massachsetts, USA
Date built: 2008
Harvard University Graduate Housing by Kyu Sung Woo Architects
photo © Timothy Hursley – The Arkansas Office
Harvard University Graduate Housing

Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, USA
Date built: 2008
Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art Kansas by Kyu Sung Woo Architects
photo © Timothy Hursley – The Arkansas Office
Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art
The contemporary, minimalist building makes a strong statement. This limestone clad and glass enclosed structure signals a new entrance to the campus. It also connects the school to the community. The museum entrance faces outward towards the main streets and a 1.5 acre front lawn leading to the campus.
Honor Award at the AIA Central States Design Excellence Awards received for this building in 2008.

Putney Mountain House, Putney, Vermont, USA
Date built: 2008
Putney Mountain House
photo : Wayne Fuji’i
Putney Mountain House

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Kyu Sung Woo Architect : Design Studio Information

The Heller School at Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachsetts, USA
Date built: 2008
Heller School by Kyu Sung Woo Architects Brandeis University
photographs : Anton Grassl © Esto

Puzzle Loft, New York City, NY, USA
Date built: 2008
Puzzle Loft by Kyu Sung Woo Architects Puzzle Loft New York
photos © Paul Warchol

More architecture projects by KSWA Cambridge Architects online soon

Location: 488 Green Street, Cambridge, MA, United States of America

Massachusetts Architects Practice Information

Architect studio located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

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KSWA Studio Information

KSWA creates memorable spaces reflecting the emotional and functional needs of the people who use them. From university housing to urban complexes, KSWA designs buildings and environments that restore the meaning architecture brings to the individual’s daily life. Current work by Kyu Sung Woo includes the Asian Cultural Complex, a 1.4 million square feet urban scale project in Gwangju, Korea.


American Architects

American Architecture Designs

American Architectural Designs – selection:

Hexagon View Cabin, west bank of Austin, Texas
Design: LaRue Architects
Hexagon View Cabin Lake Austin
photograph : Dror Baldinger
Hexagon View Cabin at Lake Austin
The 4,100 SF one-story ‘Hill Country contemporary’ residence sits on a 1.2-acre site on the west bank of Austin, TX. The lot had an existing house – built in the 1950’s as a vacation lake cabin – typical for the area. The original hexagon shaped cabin was renovated with an addition added in the 1970s.

Confluence Park, San Antonio
Design: Lake|Flato Architects + Matsys
Confluence Park San Antonio, Texas
photo : Casey Dunn
Confluence Park San Antonio
The San Antonio River Foundation, is dedicated to enhancing the San Antonio River Basin as a vibrant cultural, educational, ecological, and recreational experience. The foundation tasked the design team with transforming a former industrial laydown yard into a one-of-a-kind outdoor educational center.

American Architecture

Massachusetts Architecture

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