Posts Tagged ‘South Korea’
Thursday, December 8th, 2016
Article source: LEESLIST & Leejae Architects
Korean talented young architect Leejae announced new project called Lighthouse Residence as below.
This house is a detached house, size of 148.76㎡, built in Ilsan, Gyeong-gi Province.
General floor plan for three-member-family consists of the main living room, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, one dress room, kitchen and a workshop; a detached house of 148.76. This house, so called a Light – House, represents the characteristic of owner’s occupation. The land condition for this Light-House was created by land division of about twenty-house-size. Five houses are already completed, and others are currently under construction. Light-House is aims for something higher than a physical housing where you simply eat and sleep; it pursues co-existing of nature and humanity through continuous relationship via interior and exterior of the building. Predicting this region to be crowded with houses in a near future, Light-House is designed to protect owner’s private life from others’ eyes. The three land sides that are touched by other residents’ are equally divided so that they can be entirely surrounded by the exterior wall of the housing. For the last side, an open view of whole window is installed towards the beautiful landscape, created by the thorough design of terraced heights of the housing complexes. Moreover, in accordance with owner’s lifestyle, Light-House is designed for the frequent use of outdoor space in warm seasons. We hope our residents to have a peaceful and protected space where you can enjoy your rest in an outdoor space and courtyard, separated from others’ view.
Image Courtesy © Yang Woosang
- Architects: LEESLIST & Leejae Architects (Leejae)
- Project: Lighthouse Residence
- Location: Ilsan, Gyeong-gi Province, South Korea
- Photography: Yang Woosang
- Project Team: Leejae Architects, Arq.Eunhye Kim
- Consultant: Eunyoung Kim
- Constructor: HNH CON.
- Area: 148.76 m2
- Project Year: 2016
Tuesday, December 6th, 2016
Article source: UNStudio
UNStudio in collaboration with Heerim have won the competition to design the 32 tower masterplan for the Eunma Housing Development in Daechi-Dong, Seoul.
The approach of the residents, which involves the complete redevelopment of their current homes into a new and future orientated eco design, is seen as a blueprint for resident-driven development projects.
Image Courtesy © UNStudio and Heerim Architects & Planners
- Architects: UNStudio and Heerim Architects & Planners
- Project: Eunma Housing Development
- Location: Gangnam district, Seoul, South Korea
- Client (Masterplan): Promotion Committee Office of EUNMA Apartment Redevelopment
- Client (UNStudio): Heerim Architects & Planners
- Team(UNStudio): Ben van Berkel, Gerard Loozekoot with René Wysk, Harlen Miller and Megan Hurford, Jung Jae Suh, Sibilla Bonfanti
- Team(Heerim Architects & Planners): Young Kyoon Jeong, Kyu Young Park with Sung Won Oh, Seung Uk Oh, Jae Kyu Lee, Hyun Joon Yoo, Seung Wang Lee, Kyung Sook Cho, Eun Hee Ha, Chanhee Lee, Hyun Il Kang, Mi Ran Kang, Hyun Joo Kim, Yun Hyeok Kim, So Young Choi, Hun Il Park, Sun Wook Kim, Jae Yeon Lee, Hyun Rock Kang, Hee Seung Kim, Jun Seong Park, Seung Woo Lee, Jae Won Kim, Jun Ha Hwang, Sung Jun Moon, YuWon Kang
- Building surface: Approx. 1149000 m2
- Building site: ½ KM2
Thursday, November 10th, 2016
Article source: Betwin Space Design
“Two years for gathering energy of the earth with the sounds of water, wind and human footstep, and six years for looking after ginseng. Six-year-old Red Ginseng nourished by the devotion of KGC(Korea Ginseng Corporation) for eight years. ”Opened on the first floor of KT&G (Korea Tobacco & Ginseng Corporation) Tower last August, Café Sapoon Sapoon expresses the advertising copy of Cheong-Kwan-Jang implicatively. Sapoon Sapoon is a compound word of Saponin, main ingredient of red ginseng, and Spoon, a tool to deliver taste and nutriment of food. As Sapoon also means ‘a figure of light and careful step’ and ‘light and refreshing state of body and mind’ in pure Korean word, people can feel refreshing scenery with light beverage. Sapoon Sapoon is a casual space created by KGC in order to be free from the perception, ‘Red ginseng is nothing but health functional food’, while keeping credibility of company and its quality-first spirit. Betwin Space Design grafted traditional ideology of Cheong-Kwan-Jang on this café modernly.
Image Courtesy © Yong-joon Choi
- Architects: Betwin Space Design
- Project: Cafe SAPOON SAPOON
- Location: Seoul, South Korea
- Photography: Yong-joon Choi
- Software used: Adobe photoshop & illustrator, Google sketch up, 3D max, Auto cad
- Design Director: Jung-gon Kim, Hwan-woo Oh
- Design Team: Sun Kim, Hye-jin Yang, Su-in Lee, Dae-hyun Lee
- Client: KGC
- Area café: 220.9 sqm + terrace 82.3 sqm
- Completion: Aug, 2016
Tuesday, November 8th, 2016
Article source: Foster + Partners
The new research and development centre for Hankook Tire was unveiled in Daejeon on Tuesday, 18 October. The new facility forms an integral part of Hankook Tire’s new vision for a corporate culture and brand, and the 96,328-square-metre R+D centre aims to attract the industry’s top talent, providing an inspirational place to work, with light filled offices, advanced laboratories and dynamic social spaces to nurture a culture of openness and innovation.
Located in the heart of Asia’s ‘Silicon Valley’, the building is an expression of Hankook Tire’s commitment to technology, quality and rigorous research. It lays emphasis on communication within the workplace, with central meeting pods for spontaneous team meetings. The centrepiece of the state-of-the-art facility are the tyre testing and research laboratories, on display to invited visitors and staff.
Image Courtesy © Nigel Young
- Architects: Foster + Partners
- Project: Hankook Technodome
- Location: South Korea
- Photography: Nigel Young
Wednesday, October 26th, 2016
Article source: AND(Architecture of Novel Differentiation)
Site + Desire
Louverwall is for a couple with five cats. The husband is a music enthusiast who manages the cafe where he enjoys music, coffee, and beautiful space. He wants the café space to be vertical, transparent, and dynamic. They need a small residence on the 2nd and 3rd floors consisted of a bedroom, a living room and a small kitchen. The site is located in the newly developed mixed-use building district in Paju. The plot is surrounded by other buildings on its three sides; it is only open toward due west. Thus, the main challenge of the project is to come up with the west façade that is energy efficient and transparent.
Image Courtesy © AND(Architecture of Novel Differentiation)
- Architects: AND(Architecture of Novel Differentiation)
- Project: Louverwall
- Location: Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
- Software used: Rhinoceros 3D, Louver design was done by Parametric Louver Design System( grasshopper algorithm)
Friday, September 30th, 2016
Article source: Hyunjoon Yoo Architects
Complex surrounding context + Mountain in the distance
The given site is located in front of the bus stop on the main street of the Mondol beach, in Geojae island. There is a stunning horizon of Mondol beach along the Geojae seashore, 100 meters ahead of the site. However, this stunning view can only be captured from the higher level above the ground, from the limited view frame created by the gaps in between the existing buildings. The site is basically surrounded by the randomly constructed accommodations. Yet, the picturesque view of Moja Mountain over those buildings is considered as our targeting landscape.
Image Courtesy © Youngchae Park
- Architects: Hyunjoon Yoo Architects
- Project: Mug Hakdong
- Location: 309-2, 309-13, Hakdong-ri, Dongbu-myeon, Geoje-si, Gyeongsangnam-do, South Korea
- Photography: Youngchae Park
- Team: HyunjoonYoo, Jinsung Huh, Insil Son, Yoonseop Chang
- Project Area: 397,75 sqm
- Project Year: 2013
Wednesday, September 28th, 2016
Article source: Archihood WXY
“Evoking a sense of space“
The building is hidden by the silver-grass forest. The whistle of the wind from the sliver-grass leads the way. At the end of a leafy and curved pathway, you can meet a heavy wooden door. The black bamboo welcomes you through the spaced wooden fence, and natural sunlight filtering through the louver, enveloping the dark entry space. Walking through this entry space, you can see the peaceful front courtyard, covered with Korean fine soil. Experience of dark and light: this is what triggers your emotional experiences in this space. When you enter the front courtyard, you can see the forest valley through the wide open Farm café. The sense of nature from the valley stays in the farm a while, and passes through the wooden fence.
Image Courtesy © Woohyun Kang
- Architects: Archihood WXY (Woohyun Kang, Youngjin Kang)
- Project: Korean Dandelion Farm
- Location: 340 Jenae-ri, Judeok-eup, Chungju-si, Chungcheongbuk-do, South Korea
- Photography: Woohyun Kang
- Architect In Charge: Woohyun Kang, Youngjin Kang
- Area: 191.63m2
- Project Year: 2015
Sunday, September 11th, 2016
Article source: Frits van Dongen (van Dongen-Koschuch Architects and Planners)
In the hills of the Gangnam district south of the city centre of Seoul is a residential area of 1500 households realized. The initiative for the housing complex of 180.000m2 was launched by the Korea Land and Housing Corporation (KLHC) in April 2010. The objective of the KLHC was providing affordable public housing for low income families with the focus on providing a new public housing prototype in Korea.
Image Courtesy © Kim Myoung Sik
- Architects: Frits van Dongen (van Dongen-Koschuch Architects and Planners) at that time: De Architekten Cie
- Project: Gangnam District – Apartment Blocks And Urban Masterplan
- Location: Gangnam District, Seoul, South Korea
- Photography: Kim Myoung Sik or LH Group
- Client: Korea Land & Housing Corporation
- Design Team: Jason Lee , Jan-Willem Baijense , Marie-Aline Rival , Rene Bos , Magdalena Szczypka , Andrea Sooyoun Kim , Mathew Winter , Daniël Grünberg , Rink Alberda , Rui Duarte , Patrick Koschuch , Miren Leon , Nam Dong Ho , Laura Mezquita Gonzalez , Sasha Hendry , Eun Song Park , Joost Baks , Remi Versteeg , Paulos Kinfu , Ron Garritsen , Lucas Kuncevicius , Ton Dekkers
- Landscape Design: Frits van Dongen (van Dongen-Koschuch Architects and Planners) at that time: De Architekten Cie.
- Sustainability Consultant: Transsolar, Stuttgart
- Gross Surface: 180.000 m2
- Volume: 498.000m3
- Date of commission: 2010 April
- Project Year: 2014 November
- In Use: 2015 March
Tuesday, September 6th, 2016
Article source: moh architects
The new ‘Busan Metropolitan Opera’ sits at the intersection point of the two bridges leading up to the competition site, tying the Opera into the city fabric while at the same time interweaving it with the picturesque waterfront promenade. The ensemble of opera and multifunctional theater further divides the site into a series of differentiated territories, each of which fully draws on the potential of a site suspended between city and sea:
Image Courtesy © moh architects
- Architects: moh architects
- Project: Busan Opera House
- Location: Busan, South Korea
- Team: Mehlan, Opperer, Hugo, Minning
- Client: Municipality of Busan
- Year: 2011
- Status: intl. competition / first phase
Sunday, September 4th, 2016
Article source: studio_GAON
Lucia’s earth is located in the old downtown of Gong-Ju city. (Gong-Ju is one of the oldest historical city in Korea.) The house was originally built in 1964.: the first house was mainly built on the soil of unmade yard, and has two small rooms , a tiny kitchen, and a narrow attic.
However, when it comes to the story how the first house of Lucia’s earth was built it gave us different look of the ruined old house.
Image Courtesy © Youngchae Park
- Architects: studio_GAON (Hyoungnam Lim, Eunjoo Roh)
- Project: Lucia’s Garden
- Location: Jung-dong, Gongju-si, Chungchung-do, South Korea
- Photography: Youngchae Park
- Project Team: Seongwon Son, Minjung Choi, Sangwoo Lee, Sungpil Lee, Hanmoe Lee, Jinwook Kim, Hyebin Kwon
- Translation: Sungguy Kim
- Construction: Inil Hwang
- Site Area: 132.2 m2
- Building Area: 35.44 m2
- Design Period: 2013.3.1 – 2013.6.4
- Construction Period: 2013.6.12 – 2013.8.2