shinslab est une agence d'architecture enregistrée à l'ordre français des architectes et travaillant sur des projets entre la Corée du Sud et la France.
Il est composé de deux associés, Claire et Tchely Hyung-Chul SHIN.
Charles Girard (partenaire), Javier Garcia Gonzalez.

202009_ShipUp'Cycling@Lagos
202009_ShipUp'Cycling@Lagos
A Lagos, la démolition navale apporte le matériau d’une architecture du surcyclage, structure habitable et base d’un aménagement pérenne et résilient face à la montée des eaux. Chaque année un millier de bateaux sont démantelés dans des conditions dangereuses et polluantes pour l’environnement. C’est le cas à Lagos, où des navires viennent mourir. Le projet démontre que de la récupération de ces déchets inévitables apportés par la mer peut naître un matériau pour une architecture du surcyclage, plus ECOlogique et ECOnomique mais aussi plus belle. Ces carcasses deviennent une structure habitable mêlant activités, équipements et habitations et la base d’un aménagement agricole et résilient par un travail biomimétique sur le littoral, pour faire face à la montée des eaux.
201806_NIU Campus
201806_NIU Campus
NAYPYIDAW INTERNATIONAL CAMPUS_MYANMAR Methods employed historically to build cities were devised to ensure resilience. This project is an act of foundation in its capacity to adapt resiliently over time. NayPyiDaw was created ex-nihilo in the centre of the country as the capital of Myanmar since 2005 to govern a territory inhabited by 135 ethnic groups. Planning an international university on 150Ha in the new capital of this isolated country is an exceptional opportunity and challenge. This campus inserted between the natural landscape of wooded, cultivated countryside before 2000 and “the new town artifice” with its road grid dug in 2005, becomes a new spatial “texture” to create inhabitable spaces, while maintaining the regional agriculture. The project adapts to the tropical savannah climate: building only 4.3% of the site, respecting the orientation of the sun and dominant wind direction, temperature and rainfall. NayPyiDaw brings into question the significance of creating a new town out of nothing. Gigantic zones and facilities, linked by oversized roads that scarify the land with significant deforestation: everything is ready for a modernity that may never come. The agricultural landscape of the surroundings bears witness to a regional culture and activities. This campus preserves and re-inserts them as textures defining the use and aspect of ground. The biggest risk is climatic disruption with global warming, torrential rain causing flooding and landslides. The project stabilizes the trenches created by the road network, manages the slopes for rainwater flow, maintaining the geological strata and natural basins. The Campus is designed as an urban generator and thought in the medium to long-term, matching the progression of the university, an urban intensity with land and financial viability. The buildings are surrounded by agricultural fields, aquaculture, aquaponics systems for food sufficiency, a water treatment plant for water autonomy, solar panels and wind power devices for autonomous energy production. The student residences are located at the level of the “original” topography, with irrigated vegetable patches and orchard gardens continuous with the environs. They facilitate the communal living, protected from flooding. The teaching spaces are at the level of the city road network, 8m lower. They take advantage of the cooling shade. A minimal movement of soil is necessary, given the dual level of the project. Pedestrian and cycling bridges, stretch above the roads into the surrounding fields and a two-level circulation cloister, sheltered from the sun and rain, links all the buildings on the campus. The local building crafts and traditional know-how can be revived in the project. Construction privileges local teak, renowned for quality, availability and its integration in the landscape. A digital model of the site was made from a scanning survey by drone. A point cloud and textured mesh were generated. Both the project and the site model co-existed in all projections throughout the development of the conception. The precision and level of material detail of the modelling allowed for a subtle and thorough understanding of the features and character of the territory, the observation of activities and their spatial deployment.
201710 Jeju Spirited garden
201710 Jeju Spirited garden

Projet: Musée
Site: Jeju, Corée du sud
Avant Projet Sommaire
shinslab

201701 Ansan piscine Camera Lucida
201701 Ansan piscine Camera Lucida

Concours restreint pour une piscine olympique sur l'Ile de Daebudo, Ville d'Ansan.

3ème Prix; En association avec l'architecte Kim DaeSu

201609 Manlidong Terminus
201609 Manlidong Terminus

Concours restreint pour l'aménagement d'une place publique à Seoul en connexion au projet de MVRDV, SEOULLO 7017 SKYGARDEN.

Avec Hwang In et Susu paysagiste

201607-10 temp'L
201607-10 temp'L

Temp’Lis designed from recycled steel parts from an old ship. It shows not only a beauty of structure, but it has also a recycling purpose, ahead of any process of reusing materials. It provokes thought about beauty in our time, coming from a recent past.

The architectural section of the project is drawn through the process of cutting up the old ship. The section-cut has the necessary force for the sawing action, while opening and thus freeing the space contained in the volume of the ship.

 This upside down massive metal structure situated at the entrance of the museum's courtyard, encourages curiosity and becomes an invitation to visit the project. The front surface curve of the ship may lead people to the museum, as it opens towards its main entrance.

It welcomes the visitorby showing its industrial face, made of a rusty and rough surface that is showing the origin of the material, the ship. On the other hand, the inside space is designed as an open area connected to a larger volume, where we find a resting place surrounded by vegetation. The ship is hollowed out by connected spheres that set up a minimum structural reinforcement in order to maintain its shape.

The Temp’L has almost the same scale as the buildings surrounding it: as such, it is not just a simple object. It is introduced alongside the monumental buildings of the Office of the Royal Genealogy Hanok that are built in the Korean traditional style of architecture.

Through this Temp’L (temporary temple), we hope not only to develop a new method of construction in architecture by recycling materials, but for those who will see to create emotion.

https://youtu.be/fbvBrYwj-XU

Moma website

201510 APE
201510 APE

Projet: Espace de concerts
Site: Daebudo, Ansan, Corée du sud
Etudes de faisabilité
shinslab

201510 APM
201510 APM

Projet: Aménagement, restauration, programme commercial
Site: Daebudo, Ansan, Corée du sud
Etudes de faisabilité
shinslab

201508 SEMA
201508 SEMA

Projet: Exposition d'architecture
Site: Séoul, Corée du sud
Installation
shinslab

2014 Chapelle MMC
2014 Chapelle MMC

Projet: Centre religieux
Site: Gapyeong, Corée du sud
Inauguration Juin 2014
shinslab

2009-2012 Chapelle MMC
2009-2012 Chapelle MMC
Projet: Centre religieux
Site: Gapyeong, Corée du sud
En cours de construction
shinslab+iisac
201207 Extension MLC
201207 Extension MLC
Projet: Extension d'une maison
Site: Clairefontaine, France
En cours de construction
201204 Creche Pontoise
201204 Creche Pontoise
Projet: Crèche
Site: Pontoise, France
Appel d'offre
shinslab+cd architecture
201106 Hunchun Centre commercial
201106 Hunchun Centre commercial
Projet: Centre Commercial
Site: Hunchun, Chine
Etude
201104 DamYang Resort
201104 DamYang Resort
Projet: Mini tours d'hôtel
Site: DamYang, Corée du Sud
Etude
200904 atelier-AS
200904 atelier-AS
Projet: Réhabilitation atelier d'artiste
Site: Châtillon, France
200903 Eglise EBM
200903 Eglise EBM
Projet: Eglise Baptiste
Site: Brie sur Marne, France
En cours de financement
shinslab+cd architecture
200902 Maison-Maroc MB
200902 Maison-Maroc MB
Projet: Maison
Site: Maroc
200901 Dubai-tower
200901 Dubai-tower
Projet: Tour Eco
Site: Dubai
Concours
shinslab+cd architecture
200811 Maison hotes MHB
200811 Maison hotes MHB
Projet: Maison d'hôtes
Site: Maroc
200809 atelier-SBD
200809 atelier-SBD
Projet: Atelier
Site: Séoul, Corée du Sud
200803 uia-pavillon turin
200803 uia-pavillon turin
Projet: Pavillon d'exposition
Site: Turin, Italie
shinslab+cd architecture
200712 saint-michel-church
200712 saint-michel-church
Projet: Cathédrale
Site: Mokpo, Corée du Sud
Concours
shinslab+G.Benaroch +A.Rivkin+M.Godard+C.Davrinche
200711 chuncheon ecocite
200711 chuncheon ecocite
Projet: Aménagement de Golf
Site: Chuncheon, Corée du Sud
En cours de financement
shinslab+Gad Benaroch
200704 Facade eglise
200704 Facade eglise
Projet: Façade d'Eglise
Site: YongIn, Corée du Sud
Réalisé
200702 cite-des-arts
200702 cite-des-arts
Projet: Aménagement, cité des arts
Site: Chuncheon, Corée du Sud
En cours de financement
200608 Golf Chuncheon
200608 Golf Chuncheon
Projet: Aménagement de golf
Site: Chuncheon, Corée du sud
En cours de financement
200511 asia-art-center
200511 asia-art-center
Projet: Centre d'Art Asiatique
Site: GwangJu, Corée du sud
Concours
shinslab+G.Benaroch +A.Rivkin+M.Godard+G.Pernot
200503 curvx-cafe
200503 curvx-cafe
Projet: Café boutique
Site: Séoul, Corée du sud
200410 eglise-daejeon
200410 eglise-daejeon
Projet: Eglise méthodiste
Site: DaeJeon, Corée du sud
200407 eco-museum busan
200407 eco-museum busan
Projet: Eco Musée
Site: Busan, Corée du sud
Concours
shinslab+Gad Benaroch
200308 NJP museum
200308 NJP museum
Projet: Musée Nam June Paik
Site: Corée du sud
Concours
shinslab+Gaël Pernot