Intg, is an architecturally-focused creative consultancy based in Seoul, Korea, led by Daniel Song and Kate Cho. With our narrative-driven approach for each project, we look forward to every opportunity to maximise experiences and values for specific groups of users on each unique site. Our strategy-building processes include socio-cultural research, trend projection, space programming, narrative building (contextual design), design workshops, as well as business assessment in order to create sustainable projects. We are keen to pursue design integration of new ideas and emerging socio-econimical phenomena. By projecting past and present to the future of places, our designs impact space with positive influences. Daniel Song and Kate Cho are principals and co-founders of intg., Their projects range from urban designs to hotels, institutions, and work spaces to retail spaces and residences. Daniel holds Master of Architecture and Kate holds Master of Science in Architecture and Urban Design degrees from Columbia University , both winning best project of the year when graduating. Daniel has professional experience in architectural firms across the world before opening intg. including Weiss/Manfredi, and has won various awards including international competition for Verna Library and Nowon Children Center. Kate has worked at Moshe/Safdie and Toni Chi, and she teaches at University of Seoul and Kyunghee University, Korea.