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Dongdaemun Design Plaza in Seoul, Korea by ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS

Thursday, March 27th, 2014

Article source: ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS

DDP is the first public project in Korea to utilize the 3-Dimensional Building Information Modelling (BIM) and other digital tools in construction. Throughout the design process, every building requirement was considered as a set of inter-related spatial relationships which will define the social interactions and behavioural structure in/around the project. These relationships became the framework of the design, defining how different aspects of the project, such as spatial organization, programmatic requirements, and engineering come together.

Image Courtesy © Virgile Simon Bertrand

  • Architects: ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS
  • Project: Dongdaemun Design Plaza
  • Location: Seoul, Korea
  • Photography: Virgile Simon Bertrand
  • Client: Seoul Metropolitan Government
  • DESIGN: Zaha Hadid with Patrik Schumacher
  • ZHA PROJECT LEADER: Eddie Can Chiu-Fai
  • ZHA PROJECT MANAGERS: Craig Kiner and Charles Walker
  • Venue Operations & Management: Seoul Design Foundation
  • Site Area: 65,000 m2
  • Construction Floor Area: 86,574 m2 
  • General Building Dimensions: 188m (W) X 280 (L) X 34 m (H)

GA ON JAI in Bundang-gu, Sungnam-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea by IROJE KHM Architects

Thursday, January 30th, 2014

Article source: IROJE KHM Architects 

MONUMENTAL SITE

About 20 years ago, government held “the house expo” in GangNam and constructed this “expo town” of low-rise residences, and every site of this town were designed by selected architects who had been famous in Korea at that time.

The site of “GaOnJai” was one of this monumental town, but the owner of this house who purchased house of this site, has built, newly, after tearing down the old house of this site.

Image Courtesy © Jeong Sik Mun

  • Architects: IROJE KHM Architects
  • Project: GA ON JAI
  • Location: Bundang-gu, Sungnam-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea
  • Photography: Jeong Sik Mun, Sergio pirrone & Jong Oh Kim
  • Design team: Kyung Jin-Jung, SeungHee-Song, SuKyung-Jang, JiYeon-Kim, EunJin-Sin,HyeJin-Kim, WooSin-Sim
  • Contractor: JEHYO
  • Site area: 643.5 ㎡
  • Bldg. area: 319.96 ㎡
  • Gross floor area: 329.35 ㎡
  • Structure: Concrete rahmen
  • Exterior finishing: Black zinc plate, white stucco, exposed concrete
  • Interior finishing: Lacquer, Wood flooring, perforated steel plate

White House in Bangbae-dong, Seoul, Korea by Design band YOAP

Saturday, December 21st, 2013

Article source: Design band YOAP 

The site Located is limited to a very small area, small even for a house: 8 meters wide and 20 meters long, with a 175 m2 area. Nine studio apartments had to be packed into this 5 story multiplex housing building. As is the case for all rental housing in Korea, the building had to be profitable and economical and yet the building should be pleasant and even pleasing for the residents.

Image Courtesy © Jae-Wook Cho, Designband YOAP

  • Architects: Design band YOAP
  • Project: White House
  • Location: Bangbae-dong, Seoul, Korea
  • Photography: Jae-Wook Cho, Designband YOAP
  • Architect In Charge: Doran Kim, Inkeun Ryu, Hyunbo Shin
  • Mechanical Engineer: LINE engineering
  • Structural Engineer: Qauntum engineering
  • Construction: Yiinsigak
  • Year: 2013
  • Project area: 350 sq m
  • Site area: 175 sq m

A+ animal hospital in Seoul, Korea by JHY Architects & Associates

Tuesday, June 18th, 2013

Article source: JHY Architects & Associates

A+ animal hospital interior design ventures what values atypical design could make in 53㎡, offering an utilitarian furniture fit into the programs. It was a critical challenge to make a spacious amusement place for pets, even 5 clinic rooms are necessary to operate the hospital. It was a main concern that the interior image from a street produces a symbol of A+ animal hospital as well as atypical design language produces all the required space in 53㎡. It was important to re interpret programs as much as to design space efficient furniture.

Image Courtesy © Kyung sub, Shin

  • Architects: JHY Architects & Associates
  • Project: A+ animal hospital
  • Location: Yeonheui-dong, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul, Korea
  • Use : hospital
  • Gross Floor Area : 53㎡
  • Design Team : Seong woo, Park
  • Duration of Design : 2012.09~2012.10
  • Duration of Construction : 2012.11~2012.12
  • Cost of Construction : 58,000 USD
  • Photographer : Kyung sub, Shin
  • Client : Min soo, Park

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Mookdong Multi Housing in Seoul, Korea by Moon Hoon

Thursday, May 9th, 2013

Article source: Moon Hoon

Clent & Me: The client made many concessions to me, while helping me much. She often said I had an obsessive character “ why don’t you buy this house ?, I will sell it to you.”

Image Courtesy © Moon Jeongsik

  • Architects: Moon Hoon
  • Project: Mookdong Multi Housing
  • Location: 302-4, Mook-dong, Joonglang-gu, Seoul, Korea
  • Photography: Moon Jeongsik
  • Zoning district: ordinary residential area
  • Site area: 78m2
  • Building area: 44.18m2
  • Gross floor area: 117.42 m2
  • Building to land ratio: 56.65%
  • Floor area ratio: 105.54%
  • Building Scope: 4F
  • Structure: RC
  • Exterior finish: exposed mass concrete, metal lath
  • Design period: 2001.12
  • Completion: 2003.3
  • Client: Yang Seongjin

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Rock It Suda in Gangwon-do, South Korea by Moon Hoon

Thursday, April 25th, 2013

Article source: Moon Hoon

Rock It Suda is a name for the pension and it’s concept. The client is a base guitarist, a member of the amateur rock group named Rock It Suda. On regular basis , they perform live, at the pension.

The site has a dry river, and an open view in front, and the other sides are, surrounded by the mountain range. The 6 ways of capturing the beautiful scenery gave birth to spatial contraction, expansion, and compression, then themes such as Spain, Barbie, Stealth+Ferrari, cave, and Korean traditional house were added.

Image courtesy Moon Hoon 

  • Architects: Moon Hoon
  • Project: Rock It Suda
  • Location: 172-7~9, hojon-li, dong-myun, jeongseon-gun, Gangwon-do, Korea
  • Photography: Yong Kwan, Yeum Seung Hoon
  • Site area: 2854m
  • Building area: 471.94m2
  • Gross floor area: 456.39m2
  • Exterior finish: T2.3 steel urethane, exposed mass concrete, painting
  • Interior finish: Fabric, tile, exposed mass concrete, wallpaper, laminate floor
  • Design period: 2007.12~2008.05
  • Construction period: 2008.10~2009.09
  • Client: Kim Jae il

Vi-Sang House in Gyeonggi-do, Korea by Moon-Hoon

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

Article source: Moon-Hoon

These are the questions that Korean architect Hoon Moon typically throws out: ‘Why so serious? Why not laugh more?’ Moon-Hoon’s works are home to a wide array of faces. Panorama House appears to be an accordion, and Rock It Suda looks like spermatozoa. He shows a mysterious spacecraft (ongdalsam) and a Gothic castle (Sangsang Museum). Some may burst out laughing at the Darth Vader image overlying Play House.

Image Courtesy © Nam-goongsun

  • Architects: Moon-Hoon
  • Project: Vi-Sang House
  • Location: No.5, 321-32, Seongseok-dong, Ilsandong-gu, Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea
  • Photography: Nam-goongsun
  • Zoning district: Preservation Area
  • Site area: 293m2
  • Building area: 58.38m2
  • Gross floor area: 107.75m2
  • Building to land ratio: 19.92%
  • Floor area ratio: 36.77%
  • Building Scope: 2F
  • Structure: RC, Wood Frame
  • Exterior finish: Stucoflex
  • Interior finish: Wallpaper on the gypsum board, Wood flooring, THK24 transparent pair glass
  • Construction: Housing Plus
  • Design period: Jul-aug. 2011
  • Construction period: Sep.-Nov. 2011
  • Client: Lee Gyuyeob
  • Materials: Moonbalsso

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Neil Barrett ‘Shop in Shop’ in Seoul, Korea and Hong Kong, China by Zaha Hadid Architects & Neil Barrett

Saturday, March 16th, 2013

Article source: Zaha Hadid Architects

A display landscape
The ‘Shop in Shop’ concept for Neil Barrett is based on a singular, cohesive project that is divided into sixteen separate pieces. Specific pieces have then been selected and installed into each of the four Neil Barrett ‘Shop in Shop’s in Seoul, and also into the Hong Kong shop; creating a unique display landscape within each store. Each separate element acts a as piece in a puzzle of the original ensemble, ensuring each shop maintains a relationship to the defined whole and with the other Neil Barrett Shop in Shop locations.

Image Courtesy © Virgile Simon Bertrand 

  • Architects: Zaha Hadid Architects & Neil Barrett
  • Project: Neil Barrett ‘Shop in Shop’
  • Location: Seoul, Korea and Hong Kong, China
  • Photography: Virgile Simon Bertrand
  • Design: Zaha Hadid & Patrik Schumacher
  • Project Architect: Claudia Wulf & Elke Presser
  • Concept Development: Claudia Wulf, Elke Presser & Torsten Broeder
  • Fabrication: Evergrow
  • Surface Material: PU Foam with glass fi bre, resin coating

Namhae Cheo-ma House in Gyeongsangnam-do, Korea by JOHO Architecture

Thursday, March 7th, 2013

Article source: JOHO Architecture

A rural house romance

Rural houses, or farmhouses are easily seen around countryside. However, these artificial forms are being placed here and there thoughtlessly in Mother Nature.A common stereotyped rural houses around Namhae, Jindo, and Pyeongchang have set a scenery of 20th century’s Korean farm village. One might say, the system of a local constructor also being a designer also being a constructor is extremely economical in terms of building rural houses. However, mother nature we have is too nice to only covered with identically produced rural houses.

Image Courtesy © Sun Namgoong 

  • Architects: JOHO Architecture
  • Project: Namhae Cheo-ma House
  • Location: 557-2, Namyang-ri, Seolcheon-myeon, Namhae-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do, Korea
  • Photography: Sun Namgoong, Jeonghoon Lee
  • Project Type: Partial Demolition + Renovation
  • Plottage: 576 m2
  • Zoning District: Wilderness Area
  • Architect: Jeonghoon Lee (JOHO Architecture)
  • Construction: Jaehyun Hawng (Oulim Eng.)
  • Building Area: Existing 105.12 m2  →no change
  • Total Area: Existing 76.61 m2  →no change (excluding main façade& deck area)
  • Building Coverage: Existing18.25%→no change
  • Floor area ratio: Existing 13.3%→no change

The Curving House in Gyeonggi-do, Korea by JOHO Architecture

Thursday, February 14th, 2013

Article source: JOHO Architecture

There is no home for parking

I remember that it was a winter day after snowing when I first visited the site. It was a rare residential lot with an open view to the south at the dead end of a small path beneath Mt. Gwanggyo. What was unique about this lot was that it was very hard to turn the car to come out of the path after more than 2 cars parked, because it was a small path only 4 m in width.  Ironically, the fundamental challenge was not only solving the parking problem but also creating a space for both parking and gardening to coexist.

Image Courtesy © Sun Namgoong 

  • Architects: JOHO Architecture
  • Project: The Curving House
  • Location: 678-2, Sinbong-dong, Suji-gu, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea
  • Photography: Sun Namgoong
  • Architect: Jeonghoon LEE 
  • Design Team: JOHO Architecture(Il-Sang Yoon, Gae-hee Cho) 
  • Use: Housing 
  • Completion: 2012.10 
  • Construction: Dong-jin Chea(DL donglim construction) 
  • Client: Im-jeong Choi 
  • Material: Exposed Concrete + Ash-colored Brick + STS panel(mirror type) 
  • Site area: 529.00 sqm 
  • Building area: 140.57 sqm 
  • Building to land ratio: 26.57% (<40%) 
  • Floor area ratio: 35.22% (<100%)
  • Building scope: 3F
  • Software used: Rhino & AutoCAD
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