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Precise control of light is crucial for both photography and the display of art. The museum of photography comprises a series of exhibition galleries and public spaces that are natural light portals emulating the aperture of a camera. The portals draw diffused natural light to the gallery space providing controlled lighting conditions. The dichotomy of light and dark brings richness to the spatial experience of the museum, as it does to the museum’s subject, photography.

—Museum Obscura

2019, Competition, Shortlisted

Seoul, Korea


68,000 sf / 6,320 sqm

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