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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

CJ Nine Bridges “The Forum” in Seogwipo-Si, Jeju-Do, Korea by D·LIM architects

 
April 4th, 2014 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: D·LIM architects 

South Korean studio D·LIM architects has completed a multipurpose facility for CJ, one of the country largest companies. Located at the center’s golf club on Jejuisland, the subterranean project avoids disrupting views of the surrounding forest and natural landscape.

Image Courtesy © Joonhwan Yoon

  • Architects: D·LIM architects
  • Project: CJ Nine Bridges “The Forum”
  • Location: Seogwipo-Si, Jeju-Do, Korea
  • Photography: Joonhwan Yoon
  • Programme: Conference hall
  • Site area: 6,678m2
  • Building area: 994.72㎡
  • Gross floor area: 3,536.92㎡
  • Building scope: B2/1f

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  • Parking: 15
  • Height: 8M
  • Building to land ration: 14.95%
  • Floor area ration: 12.18%
  • Structure: RC
  • Exterior finishing: Volcanic stone, Artificial stone, Stucco, T20 Wood panel
  • Interior finishing: Volcanic stone, T20 Wood panel, Painting on plasterboard
  • Structural engineering: Seoul Structural Engineering
  • Construction: CJ E&C
  • Client: CJ Nine Bridges

Image Courtesy © Joonhwan Yoon

More than half of the volume is dug beneath the ground level, with a large hole subtracted from the roof to filter light through to the spaces below. The circular void is in the shape of the CJ’s official logo, which represents notions of joy – the meeting rooms and workspaces are positioned around this core element to absorb natural daylight and uplifting energy from the sky above.

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The underground spaces consist of meeting rooms and a multipurpose hall, which can be used as a sports facility to accommodate tennis and basketball matches. The sloping roof garden is accessible from the ground, merging seamlessly with the parking to enable one to walk directly on top of it. The shape of the structure also functions as an amphitheater, as more than 300 people can sit on the integrated stone chairs and grass surface for outdoor performances.

Image Courtesy © Joonhwan Yoon

Image Courtesy © Joonhwan Yoon

Image Courtesy © Joonhwan Yoon

Image Courtesy © Joonhwan Yoon

Image Courtesy © Joonhwan Yoon

Image Courtesy © Joonhwan Yoon

Image Courtesy © Joonhwan Yoon

Image Courtesy © Joonhwan Yoon

Image Courtesy © Joonhwan Yoon

Image Courtesy © Joonhwan Yoon

Image Courtesy © Joonhwan Yoon

Image Courtesy © Joonhwan Yoon

Image Courtesy © D·LIM architects

Image Courtesy © D·LIM architects

Image Courtesy © D·LIM architects

Image Courtesy © D·LIM architects

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