Seoul’s Dongdaemun Design Plaza by Zaha Hadid

06 April of 2014 by

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The DDP has been designed as a cultural hub at the centre of Dongdaemun, an historic district of Seoul that is now renowned for its 24-hour shopping and cafes.
DDP is a place for people of all ages; a catalyst for the instigation and exchange of ideas and for new technologies and media to be explored.
The variety of public spaces within DDP include Art/Exhibition Halls, Conference Hall, Design Museum/Exhibition Hall/Pathway, Design Labs & Academy Hall, Media Centre, Seminar Rooms and Designers Lounge, Design Market open 24 hours a day; enabling DDP to present the widest diversity of exhibitions and events that feed the cultural vitality of the city.
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