About

About DSRE+


Design Studio

DSRE+ is a design studio for architecture and multidisciplinary design projects founded in 2016 by Bez Baik and Sekwan Kim in London.


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Our approach to design is through ‘RE’thinking. For us, the word of ‘re’ offers the opportunities to re-explore from the basic concept to the indefinite integration between other disciplines. Design should grow out of its origin where it comes from and re-discover the expandable value.


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DSRE+ pursues extensibility and interdiciplinarity between architecture and other disciplines to investigate the design possibilities in a wide field from micro human scale to mega urban scale. We coordinate with other disciplines to understand how other disciplines think and work to relate into our design process.  Our design is about creating new by crossing boundaries in between, and rethinking across disciplines.






Bez Baik  SBA(Dutch architect), KIA(Korean architect)

Partner


Bez Baik is an architect(SBA/KIA), a multidisciplinary designer and the founder of DSRE+. She founded DSRE+ in 2016 having previously worked for Allies and Morrison Architects in London, SAMOO architects and engineers and Johsungyoung Architect office in Seoul, South Korea.


She gained her master at Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands between 2005-07 with the Cum Laude, before that trained at Inha University, South Korea between 1994-99 and was awarded the grand prize for graduation work in 1999. Also, she studied at MA fashion at Kingston University achieving Master of Arts with Distinction in 2013.


In 2002 Bez was awarded T. S. Kim Architectural Fellowship Foundation Scholarship and gained an opportunity to travel Europe and the US. She subsequently published her book, 'Bez's 100-Days in Europe' in 2004.


At previous practices in South Korea, She worked on a broad range of cultural projects and developed an expertise in cultural building design, following projects through conception to completion on site. Also, at Allies and Morrison Architects she has led Qatar National Archive in Doha as a project architect from setting the Brief to construction stage. She is pursuing the opportunities in a wide field from a small scale to the public urban projects.



Projects Participated

2008 – 2012





2003 – 2005





1999 – 2002


Allies and Morrison Architects, London, UK

Qatar National Archive, Doha, State of Qatar

Bishopsgate Goods Yard Office Buildings, London

West Hendon Residential master plan, London


SAMOO Architects and Engineering, Seoul, South Korea

Korean National Archives, Seongnam

MyungdongNational Theater, Seoul

2nd Public servant Training Institute, Seocheon-gun


Johsungyong Architect Office, Seoul, South Korea

Seonyudo Park Project, Seoul

Uijae Museum of Korean Art, Gwangju

Office of Dolbegae Publishing, Paju Book City

The Art Museum, Olympic Park, Seoul

Toy Gallery, Heyri Art Valley, Paju