▲ ARCH.M’s exhibition held in π-Ville. Photographed by Lee Jae Hee.
ARCH.M, an intercollegiate interior design society consisted of 28 colleges all over the country, opened an exhibition introducing its overall activities in a display room located on the fourth floor of π-Ville. The display began on May 12, 2017 and will end on May 23, 2017.
As a user of π-Ville studio, ARCH.M has carried out many different kinds of interior design projects, starting from designing the café terrace of π-Ville’s first floor and running classes related to interior design. ARCH.M has also designed the club room of Korea University (KU)’s wine club Sommelier and KU dance sports club Buras. ARCH.M pursues creative interior design by collaborating with 40 interior designers, architects, and craft experts.
The exhibition currently being held in π-Ville 99 allows viewers to take a look into the club’s activities through the various props crafted by club members. In the exhibition, hand-drawn illustrations, Photoshop illustrations, calligraphies written in both Korean and English, floral designs, form arts, sketch up 3D works, and leather craft are displayed. Lee Joo Ho(’16, Business), who visited the exhibition, said that “The overall exhibition was very interesting, showing different kinds of interior props made by students.” He also added concern that there was no one around to guide the viewers and help him with questions.