This was an architectural exhibition held in Anyang Cultural Center (currently Anyang Art Center) from October 21, 2005 to November 20, 2005, around the time for an opening of the First Anyang Public Art Project (hereafter called APAP). Dominique Perrault as an architectural consultant and Hiroshi Hara, a curator for the First APAP worked as commissioners, and 20 teams of architects from 16 countries participated and presented their work with images and models. [New Trends of Architecture in Europe Asia-Pacific] started from the [New Trends of Architecture], which started in 2001 to share new trends of modern architecture of Europe and Japan. The basic concept of this project was inspired by the European Capital of Culture and they tried to connect cities to cities through culture to build and widen the network After its establishment, they held two exhibits touring cities such as Tokyo, Porto, Rotterdam, Ghent, Salamanca, Bordeaux, Lisbon, and Madrid. In 2004, they widened their target region to Asia-Pacific and reconstructed its format to Biennale. The [New Trends of Architecture in Europe Asia-Pacific] started in 2004 in Lille, France, was held not only in Anyang, but also in Hong Kong, Tokyo, Cork, and Melbourne. The First APAP tried to explore the possibilities of public art in variety of art fields including architecture by hosting this exhibition.