museum of contemporary art seoul

South Korea-based Shinslab Architecture has transformed an old corroded ship into a spectacular building brimming with greenery. Located at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea (MMCA) in Seoul, “Temp'L” turns a ship’s hull upside-down to explore the beauty that can be found in old objects. The project is the winning pavilion selected by the 2016 Seoul Young Architects Program (YAP).