Han Yong Chol, deputy chief of a lab of the design institute of the Paektusan Institute of Architecture, works on a new architectural design.
Han Yong Chol, deputy chief of the green architectural design laboratory of the design institute of the Paektusan Institute of Architecture, is a good producer of original and innovative designs.
He dreamed of becoming an architect as a child and graduated from Pyongyang University of Architecture. And he displayed his marked creative personality in the course of working as designer at the Paektusan Institute of Architecture.
“His designs are characterized by originality and novelty. He creates designs distinctively in various forms, in line with the world’s modern trend of architectural development and in a feasible way,” said chief of the green architectural design lab.
Han always finds himself in realities to make designs as he meditates on and explores something new. He racks his brains and spares no pains to design structures according to their individual features, use and accommodation.
His competence to conceive new, diverse and innovative designs was demonstrated in the course of producing the designs for the Daesong Department Store which turned into a modern general service centre.
Thanks to his efforts, splendid designs for the department store were completed by harmoniously combining unique architectural elements including escalator and dry floor fountain.
His talents were also displayed through the designs of the hot spring resort built in Yangdok County, South Phyongan Province.
He was assigned with the designing for the commercial service network at the Yangdok Hot Spring Resort and worked day and night to come up with designs that incorporate plastic arts and artistic techniques in architecture and suit the features of the area.
Thus, he created noble and stylish designs reflecting national sentiments.
In addition, he played a big role in completing the architectural designs for different projects like the Pyongyang Corn Processing Factory and Mirae Scientists Street.
“We are applying ourselves in order to make perfect every element of designs such as dot and line on the principle of prioritizing convenience, aesthetics and the good of younger generations,” Han said.
He is now concentrating on the study of zero-carbon and zero-energy buildings.