BDCI is having a fresh start in a new place.
BDCI is located near Gyeongbok palace of Joseon Dynasty which has a long historical background of Korean artists from the era and King Sejong who created Korean alphabet called ‘Hangul’.
It was essential to allow for flexible and dynamic interactions of space, as the working range and purpose of space always change constantly.
The first floor is place for prototyping making, photoshoot studio, internal presentation space,
and the second floor is configured as space for communication.
The small signage of BDCI on the front door reflects the quiet but supportive mind of BDCI like a shadow behind project outcomes.