STUFF | Studio for Transformative Urban Forms and Fields is a Winnipeg-based design-development studio founded in 2010 by Jae-Sung Chon. The studio focuses on developing ideative and generative designs (formal & informal) to engage various forms of living and its environments. The studio actively develops collective and collaborative platforms alongside its formal works, to raise public awareness towards design, as an act of urban-engagement.

In 2012, STUFF, together with 5468796 Architecture, led Canada’s official entry at the 2012 Venice Biennale in Architecture “Migrating Landscapes”; in 2014, STUFF was invited to Seoul Korea to develop and construct a multi-family housing prototype within the context of city’s impending renewal; in 2016, the BEE HOUSE LAB international design competition at the University of Manitoba, developed and directed by the studio, was recognized with the AASHE Campus Sustainability Achievement Award; recently, a couple of the studio’s research-based projects, NEXT HOME and PARA-PORTAL, are invited to the 2017 Seoul International Biennale on Architecture and Urbanism.


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