Seoul, Korea
53,819 sq ft
2003

Drawing from the iconography of the televisual, the program within the Nam June Paik Museum can be discerned almost immediately upon observing the building. Just as Nam June Paik questioned the framing of art and its production, LEESER Architecture worked to reinterpret the physical form of the museum, distorting and reshaping the conventions of museum design. The distortion allows for many opportunities for projection and exhibition. The museum consists of multiple pod forms that are shifted and joined at alternating levels.