NAMELESS Architecture is a concept-based design practice, with offices in New York and Seoul. Recent projects include an ice pavilion in Winnipeg, Canada, collective housing in Tokyo, Japan, and a hill auditorium in Gyeonggi, Korea. In 2011, NAMELESS was awarded The Architectural League Prize (formerly known as the Young Architects Forum) and an AIA New York Design Award, and in 2010, it was awarded the BSA Award for Design Excellence from the Boston Society of Architects and first prize in the Seoul Museum of History landmark competition. The office’s work has been widely exhibited and published in international publications, including Mark Magazine, Paisea Magazine, and Architecture & Culture.
Unchung Na | 나은중
He received a Master of Architecture from University of California Berkeley and a B.E in Architecture from Hongik University. Prior to founding NAMLESS, he trained in New York and Seoul. He is a winner of the T.S.Kim Architectural Fellowship, the International House Prize and the 2011 Architectural League Prize for Young Architects.
Sorae Yoo | 유소래
She received a Master of Architecture from University of California, Berkeley and a Bachelor of Engineering in Architecture from Korea University. She has received several awards, Grand Prizes in the Korean Architecture Award, the International House Prize and the 2011 Architectural League Prize for Young Architects.
Kiseok Oh | 오기석, New York Office
He received a Master of Architecture from Columbia University and a B.E in Architecture from Hongik University. Before joining NAMELESS, he worked in New York and Seoul. He is a recipient of the 2007 MAC Scholarship and 2011 AIA New York Award. He is currently interested in urban rehabilitation.