Recently CDH designer Taejun Park was a guest lecturer at Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in Atlanta. His Pecha Kucha style presentation focused mainly on the design process and development of a free-hanging sculpture that was the inspiration for the lighting fixture that will be placed in the atrium of the new WellStar Paulding Hospital located in Hiram, Georgia. He also addressed such issues as consistency, blend in/harmony, design action, reaction and interaction with the environment, and establishing shape in space.
When talking about the lighting design along with a wave wall that was designed for the atrium, Park said for him, “design adds a unique impression and space experience, which has the ability to create personal memories.” This theme was one of the goals his team used in developing the lighting sculpture, which will be located in the Paulding Hospital.
Taejun Park is a creative and aesthetically driven project designer and manager. His passion for the architectural process is evident in the extensive work he has done for CDH Partners. He has a broad knowledge base of advance media, building materials and equipment, construction technology, and mathematical skills. This knowledge along with his applied experience has equipped him to design and to create exceptional architectural spaces—spaces that not only reflect the owner’s needs, desires, and dreams but also work well with the environment when it comes to energy and structural integrity.