Taeman Kim has designed diverse fields and spaces such as Architecture design, Urban design, Landscape architecture in pursuit of bringing vitality to the city. He worked on developing new fields of designing commercial complex, master plan projects, public buildings, and he is leading major projects and suggesting new approaches for design as the Chief Design Officer of HAEAHN. He graduated from Seoul National University majoring in Architecture and obtained his master’s and Ph.D degree from the same university. He instructed design studio classes at Seoul National University and Yonsei University, and is a former visiting professor teaching urban planning studio at University of Pennsylvania. He won several AIA New York Chapter Awards, ‘Korea Architecture Award’, and ‘Seoul Architecture Prize’, and participated as an exhibitor in ‘Korean Pavilion at Venice Biennale 2012’. His major works include Seoul Memorial Park, Seoul Floating Island, The Nexen Univer-City, National Assembly Communication Building and urban design projects such as Changneung, Goyang, Master plan for Public Administration Town and Suwon Dangsu District 2.