The purpose of this phenomenological inquiry is to suggest a positive direction for Korean architecture to pursue. In order to have the inquiry, we need Heidegger's term, 'World 3.' To discuss works of art and architecture as created is also to discuss such works as creative, that is, as realities which add themselves to the creativity of a world which is never complete except by our going with the venture of creativity, which is in Heidegger's term World 3. Through it, our ground is transformed into an ever changing but ever self-recovering World. If all of this has any fundamental significance for architecture and if this significance cannot be neglected in favor of other considerations, the work of architecture does not enter into the world as a thing of abstraction or concept. Rather, as a venture, as a tension of the 'World 3,' the work of architecture constantly brings about the transformable truth of the world.
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