Sung Jang Reflected Family Mausoleum
Reflected Family Mausoleum is Iron Design Award winner in 2016 - 2017 Social Design Award Category.
Reflected Family Mausoleum

Specifically designed for Korean burial culture, the Reflected is a small family mausoleum which addresses their current environmental and cultural concerns. In a country with small land size, a burial space has always been an important concern. Yet, their traditional culture vastly prefers private and family space that requires relatively large piece of land. Through Reflected, traditional burial land size for one person can now accept 4, 6, or 8 cremated urns to be placed together and kept in security and in family privacy.

Reflected Family Mausoleum
Sung Jang Reflected
Sung Jang Family Mausoleum
Sung Jang design
Sung Jang design
Sung Jang

Sung is a graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago with a fine arts degree and Domus Academy in Milano with a Masters in Design. Sung began his design career in Milano at Samsung Design Milano before taking on a teaching career as a faculty at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago's Designed Objects program. Since 2013, Sung has served at the University of Illinois at Chicago's School of Design as an Assistant Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies to the Industrial Design program. Sung has worked with international brands such as Louis Vuitton, Guzzini, and Roche Bobois and been represented internationally at Venice Biennale, Design Miami, Victoria and Albert Museum, Volume Gallery among others.

Mok-Ryun Park, Chulwon, Korea

Mok Ryun Park is a major cemetery located in Korea, pioneering the industry with unique, designed experience for its clients.