Daniel Oh is a Foreign Professor of Architecture at Konkuk Graduate School of Architecture, Seoul, Korea.
He is an Urban Planner and Designer who has extensive knowledge of how urban planning can serve to reinstate the power of the physical landscape. His ongoing academic research and interests have been focused on the urban contextual issues as they relate to tall buildings.
Prior to joining Konkuk University in 2010, he worked in the London and Hong Kong office of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, where he was involved in a number of major international projects in Europe, Middle East, and South Asia, and in New York AECOM office, he was involved in master planning projects in USA, India, and Eastern Europe.
He has been actively involved in a variety of regional planning and urban design projects, including the National Planning and Development Strategies for the Kingdom of Bahrain and Kent…
12 October 2011
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