Youlim Lee

Youlim Lee is a graphic designer. Born in South Korea and currently living in London. Youlim shows a constant interest in everyday social problems. She suggests problem-solvingapproaches from her design perspective. Her proposal cannot be a solution to change the world at once, but she believes it can be a small move that can change society little by little.

A school is a building with a school in it

In today's Pandemic era, schools lost their symbolism and necessity as spaces. We managed to escape from the space of school because of the Pandemic. My own free, open, and perhaps more closed space has become a school than a school. So what direction should the school building have now? Pandemics have broken the boundaries between the school and my room. I worked on a design project for this special situation.

Keywords 

Identity of School, School Is Strange Place, Room, Flexibility, Original Use Closed, Authoritative, Equal Spaces, Shape of Square, Escape From The School Space

Contact 







Kingston School of Art, Kingston University
MA Communication Design: Graphic Design 2020/2021

Contact
explodeddesignschool@gmail.com
@exploded_design_school

In collaboration with



Exhibition team
Curators 
Claudia Chiavazza & Yifan Wu

Visual identity
Abhimanyu Bhatia & Shelley Huang

Social Media
Lina Toumpeli, Lucy-May Turner & Pankti Shah

Writer
Gayathri Anthey

Website
Claudia Chiavazza & White Bai

Catalogue
Jean Zeng & Zimeng Jia

Podcast
Yangyang Wu & Xueqi Bai
Special thanks to
Alberto Ajelli / Anna Kehrer / Azza Wielach / Ell Flynn / Kate Jenkins / Pablo Grattoni / Yileng Yin / Zeina Boukhaled

Tutors
Andrew Haslam / Cathy Gale / Max Ryan / Naho Matsuda / Tao Lin