Hanyang University Museum Opens a Special Exhibition of Architectural Tools from All Ages and Countries
The exhibition is titled: “Square, Circle, Flat, and Upright - Tailor the House’
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The Hanyang University Museum in conjunction with the Hanyang University Department of Architecture's Far East Architectural History Lab is holding an exhibition of tools in architecture from all ages and countries.
This exhibition titled: 'Square, Circle, Flat, and Upright - Tailor the House' examines the aspects of transitions in the compass and ruler that artisans used and the symbolic meaning and value assigned to them.
In the exhibition, various architectural tools will be shown, including ancient Tang Dynasty rulers found at Iseongsanseong Fortress, Joseon Dynasty rulers found at Cheonglyongsa, rulers that Shin Eung-soo collected and used, rulers used in China and the West, and modern rulers for tourism products.
Director An Shin-won said, "Through this exhibition, we would like to provide the chance to compare wisdom and knowledge from artisans who carved with architectural tools from different ages and places."
For more information about this exhibition which will last until the 31st of this month, please visit the website of Hanyang University Museum (https://museumuf.hanyang.ac.kr). The entrance fee is free of charge.
▲ A Poster for the Exhibition
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