Moon Hoon



Moon Hoon Architects

South Korea


Born in 1968, Moon Hoon spent his childhood in the mining town of Sangdong-eup in the Gangwon Province of South Korea, and his adolescence in Tasmania, Australia. He studied architecture at Inha University in South Korea and the MIT School of Architecture and Planning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He founded architecture firm Moonbalsso in 2001 and has been an active architect since. His major works in South Korea include Rock It Suda House, Lollipop House, Two Moon Culture Center, Gomir Guest House, KPop Curve and Sangsang Museum, which received the Korean Institute of Registered Architects Award in 2005. In 2014, he was invited to the Venice Biennale, where he showed many of his drawings. 


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