Three books in one.
A book designed for the Korean Young Architects Award. The book introduces and discusses three architects chosen every year. Typically, the book has been divided by architect in a very linear fashion. The concept was to break that linear experience in more ways than one. The book has been divided into three sections. Each section though uses an unusual binding format so that the book can be read from multiple directions. The do-si-do is a traditional book binding method combing two books. This book however combines three books thus creating a tré-si-tré book where three books overlap, one upon the other. The book has been uniquely divided into content with a section devoted to unpublished or unfinished works, a book about process and then later the traditional finished works section.