JAEMEE STUDIO is a young design studio based in Jersey City, USA. With focus on public art, architecture, and landscape architecture, our projects explore ideas of creating infrastructure for artistic intervention derived from its social and cultural context. Our work often plays with inspiration from ordinary and familiar everyday objects to create playful, cultural, and artful landscape by exercising the use of creative arrangement, juxtaposition, shift in scale, color, and use of extraordinary materials. By using recognizable items as a means of artful expression, our works intend to offer visitors accessible ways to engage with contemporary art and landscape. Blurring the boundary of pop art and landscape architecture, we pursue memorable site specific art that is visual, graphical, interactive and experimental.

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Haemee Han

is a public art director at Jaemee Studio. She has numerous experience in both art and landscape architecture field. Haemee has led design of a diverse range of projects in America, Europe, and Asia, ranging from large scale commercial development to small scale public art installation. Her work explores how landscape and art becomes cultural and social impact on surrounding environment in the most artistic way. Prior to founding Jaemee Studio, Haemee has worked at James Corner Field Operations (NY) and Hargreaves Associates (NY). Haemee holds a Master of Landscape Architecture from Harvard University Graduate School of Design and Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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JAEYUAL Lee

(Assoc. AIA) is an architectural design director at Jaemee Studio. He is an award winning designer who has numerous architecture, interior, and installation experience in the US. He is currently employed at Adjaye Associates in New York. Previously, he has worked at GE-T Architects, RAAD Studio, and Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) in New York. Jaeyual holds a Master of Architecture from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and a Bechelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.