Nameless lecture

A lecture by League Prize recipient Nameless.

March 15, 2012

Recorded on June 22, 2011.

The League Prize, an annual competition that asks young designers to respond to a given theme, has marked an important milestone in many architects’ careers since it was established in 1981. Winners showcase their work through a lecture series and exhibition.

Nameless won a 2012 award.

Unchung Na and Sorae Yoo are principals of Nameless, which has offices in New York and Seoul. The firm’s recent projects include an ice pavilion in Winnipeg, Canada; collective housing in Tokyo; and an auditorium in Gyeonggi, Korea.

In 2011, the firm was awarded an AIA New York Unbuilt Work Merit Award, and in 2010, it was awarded the Boston Society of Architects Award for Design Excellence. It also won first prize in the 2009 Seoul Museum of History Landmark design competition.

Na and Yoo both hold MArch degrees from the University of California, Berkeley. They teach at Hongik University in Korea.


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