COLORWAY

Beomki Lee

Beomki Lee

New York City  |  New York  |  USA


This project seeks to redefine the notion of passageway and to find a way for revitalizing negative spaces in urban fabric, by offering human scaled architecture and encouraging the public to create their own spaces. The passageway in urban fabric has been considered as remnant space in-between adjacent architectures rather than occupiable space within urban fabric. This restrained way of thinking has curtailed its nature as activity-negative space in the city. However, COLORWAY not only offers an architecture designed in human scale but also fosters a method for creating activity-positive space by allowing people to color their journeys. COLORWAY promotes the cross-block connections by generating new urban spaces, experiences, and movements. These are aimed at promoting a more cohesive community and enriching the lives of everyone living within the city.