# Project Type City m2 Year
113 Yeoul Park Conservatory Leisure Hwaseong, S Korea 8000 2023
099 416 Memorial Culture Ansan, S Korea 10000 2021
102 Yeongcheon Heritage Musuem Culture Yeongcheon, S Korea 4160 2022
103 Space Bom Bom Culture Chuncheon, S Korea 50 2021
104 The Book Society Culture Seoul, S Korea 50 2022
100 Yeonsu Youth Centre Culture Incheon, S Korea 8000 2025
010 Thnouh School Education Takeo, Cambodia 190 2017
015 Thnout School Education Takeo, Cambodia 250 2019
108 Seoul Office of Education Library Education Seoul, S Korea 13030 2023
029 Beachfield Living Newquay, UK162 2023
027 Esplanade Living Newquay, UK 326 2022
101 Oakhurst Living London, UK 130 2024
107 Namhae Local Food Centre Market Namhae, S Korea 500 2025

an architecture studio working in London & Seoul.

We operate across scales and sectors, collaborating with clients ranging from public institutions, charities, to developers, designers and private individuals.

+44 2045973146      (uk)
+82 1028772183       (kr)

Unit B, Reliance Wharf, Hertford Road, London,
N1 5EW


James Mak, Jongwon Na, Yeon-Kyu Lee, Minji Kim, Jayla Lai

Philip Fai Chung

Photographer, Lorenzo Zandri
Graphic Designer, Shin Shin
Graphic Designer, Jay Yang
SAVE Architects, S. Korea
The Book Society, S. Korea

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James Mak

BA (Hons) LSE, AA Dipl, ARB, RIBA

James is a registered Architect. He established the practice following extensive experience working for London-based, Stirling Prize winner dRMM. He has experience in a variety of education, residential and master planning projects in the office, with a focus on engineered timber construction.

James grew up in Hong Kong and graduated from the London School of Economics in Geography, before obtaining the AA Diploma from the Architectural Association in London. His years in academia allowed him to investigate the social and cultural implications of vernacular architecture in post-conflict countries. In 2009, he founded a charity that designs, builds and runs village schools in Takeo, Cambodia and has been an active volunteer ever since.

Jongwon Na


Jongwon is a registered Architect. He has worked in the award-winning practice, 6a architects since 2014. His experience at 6a has seen him work particularly within the cultural sector, spanning from contemporary art galleries, fashion retail, and exhibitions. This has also extended to artist studios, single and multiple residential projects, many of which were retro-fits and conversions that celebrate their inherent material richness alongside their contemporary narratives.

He studied architecture at the Architectural Association (AA) School of Architecture in London. He was the overall winner of the 2014 Global Architecture Graduate Awards (GAGA) at the Architecture Review. His works were featured in various publications including the Architectural Review and A+U Magazine. He currently works with artists, publishers, and designers for various collective projects. Since 2020, he has been directing the Seoul AA Visiting School.