Sharing Pavilion by Da-eun Lee, South Korea

2014: Driven | Undriven.

Da Eun Lee is 24 years old and lives in South Korea. At 17, he was admitted into a Design High School where he learned graphic design. He subsequently majored in Industrial Design at Dong-A University with four years of experience in product and transportation design.

Lee’s experience includes participating in ship building marine design training programs. In addition, while at the university, he participated in the product design and transportation design clubs.

Lee has participated in numerous design challenges and awards include:

  • 2013 Interior Motives (shortlist)
  • 2013 Futuristic Car Design Competition
  • 2012 3rd and 2011 2nd Korea Marine Design Competition (2 works)
  • 2011 CCDC (Co-Creative Design Competition)
  • 2011 2nd Korea


Most people have a car but they would also like another car for trips and camping. However, if many people owned cars in the narrow land of Korea, traffic and parking problems would occur. Therefore, if a multi-function car-sharing system is included, traffic and parking problems would be solved because owning various vehicles would not be required.

Breaks for busy modern people needs to be in a separate place and time. But when using this car, they can get rest without regard to some special place and time. The car allows for breaks at any time. The sharing system will allow for a leisurely lifestyle.

In the East, we sometime take a break at the pavilion. A pavilion consists of a roof for blocking sunlight, strong pillars and a flat floor to sit with no walls. As usual, this car can be used as a general car and it can be used as a resting area when the car is stopped.