- Jeollanam-do, South Korea 2004
J-Project is conceived as a true modern city with multiple centers, consisting of five main areas: Educational Town, Golf Town, Vegas of Asia, Silvertown and the Ocean Marina / Tourism Zone. Furthermore, the West Shore and the Residential Islands complement the five main areas.
The organization within different districts is the conceptual backbone for J-Project. As each district is distinctively profiled to provide a unique destination, each encompasses a variety of functions within itself, creating active mixtures of functions and unique places that constitute the attractiveness of the larger urban fabric. All districts and individual nodes within the districts are connected by means of a hierarchical network of vehicular and public transportation networks that form the framework and armature along which the urban fabric is organized.
Guided by the overall identity of the each district, the use of parcels within can be adjusted as future conditions require. This flexibility of the urban framework allows for adaptations of the city components over time without loss of overall coherence, as a reflection of the sustainable nature of contemporary cities.
- Open/Public Space