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BAEGOT MIDDLE SCHOOL in South Korea by Daniel Valle Architects

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016

Article source: Daniel Valle Architects 

South Korean schools are commonly oppressive buildings resembling a military pavilion more than an educational building. They are symmetrical, repetitive, dull and very tall. The organization of the various school buildings and their open spaces is replicated over and over with very few possible variations. Overall, schools lack emotion and warmth.

Image Courtesy © Daniel Valle Architects

Image Courtesy © Daniel Valle Architects

  • Architects: Daniel Valle Architects 
  • Project: BAEGOT MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • Location: Baegot, South Korea
  • Client: Baegot City
  • Size: 14,754m2

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German School Auditorium in Seoul, South Korea by Daniel Valle Architects

Friday, January 29th, 2016

Article source: Daniel Valle Architects 

The design proposal is composed of three main features that configure an overall vision for the Auditorium Room. This vision is built up around the idea of flexibility, creativity, safety, and comfort.

Image Courtesy © Daniel Valle Architects

Image Courtesy © Daniel Valle Architects

  • Architects: Daniel Valle Architects
  • Project: German School Auditorium
  • Location: Hannam-dong, Seoul, South Korea
  • Client: German School Seoul
  • Area: 150m²

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Mobile library in Seoul Innovation Park, South Korea by SpaceTong (ArchiWorkshop)

Thursday, January 28th, 2016

Article source: SpaceTong (ArchiWorkshop)

‘Pavilion Library’ project is commissioned by Seoul Innovation Park and Seoul city. 100,000m2 site was occupied by Ministry of food and drug safety for last 60 years and the intension of the project is to revitalize and open the gate to the public for its first time. Currently, number of social companies and startups are gathered and occupied to solve social issues of Seoul. The Seoul city governments decided to open up the complex to vitalize natural interaction between the tenants and citizens.

Image Courtesy © SpaceTong (ArchiWorkshop)

Image Courtesy © SpaceTong (ArchiWorkshop)

  • Architects: SpaceTong (ArchiWorkshop)
  • Project: Mobile library
  • Location: Seoul Innovation Park, South Korea
  • Client: Seoul Innovation Park
  • Project architects: Hee-Jun Sim, Su-Jeong Park
  • Project Team: Kyung-Eun Na
  • Construction: TCM Global
  • Program: Mobile Library and exhibition hall
  • Building area:
    • Block attached pavilion: 13m2
    • Pipe pavilion: 9m2
    • Mirage pavilion: 16m2
    • Membrane pavilion: 40m2
  • Exterior finishing:
    • Block attached pavilion: backpainted glass
    • Pipe pavilion: scaffolding tube
    • Mirage pavilion: stainless steel panel
    • Membrane pavilion: membrane
  • Year of completion: 15. Dec. 2015
  • Software used: Rhino and Autocad

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KYOMUNSA OFFICE in Seoul, South Korea by Daniel Valle Architects

Wednesday, January 27th, 2016

Article source: Daniel Valle Architects

Kyomunsa Publisher’s new headquarters in Paju Book City is a hybrid building that combines book’s storage with working spaces. The project takes the opportunity to propose a common container capable to absorb both programs. Consequently, the building is thought as a sequence of correlative sections constructed along an eighty meter long structure. The first section is a rectangular, one floor, six by eleven meters shape -“ideal” for storing books- and its last one in a three floor, pitched roof, fifteen by seven meters shape –a section that resembles to a living or working typology. The sequence of sections along the project is smoothly morphing between the first and last one.

Image Courtesy © JongOh Kim

Image Courtesy © JongOh Kim

  • Architects: Daniel Valle Architects
  • Project: KYOMUNSA OFFICE
  • Location: Paju Book City Seoul, South Korea
  • Photography: JongOh Kim
  • Collaborators: Minah lee
  • Client: Kyomunsa publishers
  • Area: 1,497 sqm
  • Status: Built
  • Estimation cost: 1,400,000,000 krw

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Glamping in South Korea by ArchiWorkshop

Friday, January 22nd, 2016

Article source: ArchiWorkshop

Glamping Architecture by ArchiWorkshop.kr offers a unique camping experience. Two types of Glamping units with contemporary design positioned in the middle of gentle Korean nature. From the Glamping site, you have a view of the valley, miles of forest and the stream.

Image Courtesy © June Young Lim

Image Courtesy © June Young Lim

  • Architects: ArchiWorkshop
  • Project: Glamping
  • Location: South Korea
  • Project Architect: Hee-Jun Sim, Su-Jeong Park
  • Photography: June Young Lim
  • Year of completion: 2013.12

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Rock house in Gyeonggi, South Korea by B.U.S Architecture

Friday, January 22nd, 2016

Article source: B.U.S Architecture

#1. Revealed Rock

As the demand of rural housing grows, more and more people are developing and moving to spectacular mountainous areas. The site on which the rock house was located is also one of the rural housing sites developed in this way. Particularly, the greatest advantage of developing a mountainous area into a building site is ensuring the open view based on the high level as well as the right to the southern light with no interference. In addition, the rock house has a unique site specific: the naturally stony land, excavation of which thus has revealed a great rock on the site. The unrealistic rock we encountered when visiting the site has been located at the mouth of entering the house, so exquisitely hiding the neighboring house and opening the view toward the Northern Han River. From this time on, we have referred to this house as the rock house.

Image Courtesy © kyung Roh

Image Courtesy © kyung Roh

  • Architects: B.U.S Architecture
  • Project: Rock house
  • Location: Yangpyung_eup, Yangpyung_gun, Gyunggi_do, Republic of Korea
  • Photography: kyung Roh
  • Design: Byungyup Lee, Hyemi Park, Jihyun Park, Seonghak Cho
  • Structure: wooden structure
  • Total Floor Area: 153.44 sqm.
  • Building Area: 104.81 sqm.
  • Building Scope: 2F
  • Construction: 2015.04. ~ 2015. 09. by HAUSFACTORY

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Osolzip in Gyeonggi-do, South Korea by B.U.S Architecture

Wednesday, January 20th, 2016

Article source: B.U.S Architecture

As rapid industrialization and urbanization made people flock in the cities, housing spaces have developed by focusing on quantity rather than quality. In this background, most citizens are used to saying that “My dream is to go down to the quiet countryside and live there by building a house if I earn money.”

Image Courtesy © Kyungroh

Image Courtesy © Kyungroh

  • Architects: B.U.S Architecture
  • Project: Osolzip
  • Location: Gangsang-myeon, Yangpyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
  • Photography: Kyungroh
  • Design: Byungyup Lee, Jihyun Park, Hyemi Park, Seonghak Cho
  • Building Scope: 2F
  • Building Area: 82.25 sqm
  • Movie produced: Undermood film
  • Total Floor Area: 132.44 sqm.
  • Construction: 2015.03. ~ 2015. 08. by HAUSFACTORY
  • Software used: Sketchup

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CheongTae Mountain’s Visitor Information Centre in Gangwon, South Korea by Namu architects

Tuesday, October 20th, 2015

Article source: Namu architects

Admiration  for  a “gable roof” which is very ordinary.

A gable roof is one of the most common building types at agricultural village. It has been used not only for Buddhist temples but also for storages and houses that were unknown.  After modernization, the gable roof type is undergoing many changes that is about scale, usage, material and construction. Under the influence of industrialization and urbanization, long gable roofs need to be adapted to large-scale shed, vinyl greenhouse, and livestock processing plant. It is changing the scenery of agricultural villages. We pay attention to the gable roof that is common and long-running building type. As a “Living and Breathing Silence”, this building put the form of life by following the common building type on demand of site and programs.

Image Courtesy © JaeBum Myung

Image Courtesy © JaeBum Myung

  • Architects: Namu architects
  • Project: CheongTae Mountain’s Visitor Information Centre
  • Location: Hoengseong, Gangwon, South Korea
  • Photography: JaeBum Myung
  • Chief architect: jaebum myung
  • Building area: 432.14
  • Total area: 576.09
  • Project year: 2014

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Iksan-Si T-House in South Korea by KDDH architects(Kim, Dong-hee)

Friday, September 18th, 2015

Article source:  KDDH architects(Kim, Dong-hee)

Iksan T House is a ‘T’ shaped house in front and back elevation. The house is constructed in light weight wood structures in ‘T’ shaped façade with floating upper mass. Constructing this type of structure with light weight wood structure was possible with 30cm diameter glulam. They were able to construct floating upper mass with large exterior space on the ground level through glulam with higher vertical strength compare to concrete. Two stories of interior space is divided into public space on the 1st floor and private space on 2nd floor and the user can feel the large space on the first floor. When they open the door, they can experience expanded space directly connected to the exterior.

Image Courtesy © Choi Jihyun

Image Courtesy © Choi Jihyun

  • Architects: KDDH architects(Kim, Dong-hee)
  • Project: Iksan-Si T-House
  • Location: 48, Dongseo-ro 2-gil, Iksan-si, Jeollabuk-do, South Korea
  • Photography: Park Young-chae, Choi Jihyun
  • Design team: Lee, Kyung-sung / Ahn, Tae-woo / Hyun, Jin / Lee, Yoon-kwang
  • Structure: Light weight wood frame + heavy structure using Glulam
  • Site Area: 273.7§³
  • Building area: 111.60§³
  • Gross floor Area: 192.78§³
  • Building scope: 2F
  • Finishing: Stucco, Wood, Steel
  • Design period: 2013.02
  • Completion: 2013.05

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Guesthouse Mungzip + Padori Private Residence in Chungchungnam-do, South Korea by designband YOAP architects

Friday, August 14th, 2015

Article source: designband YOAP architects

On early 2014, a client visited the office.  She was on her early 30s, married 2 years ago, and has never lived outside Seoul.  She was planning exodus from vicious circle of debt. (Many newly married couple of Seoul begin with small house of high monthly rent, and move to a bigger house after having baby.

Image Courtesy © Shin Do Keun

Image Courtesy © Shin Do Keun

  • Architects: designband YOAP architects
  • Project: Guesthouse Mungzip + Padori Private Residence
  • Location: Chungchungnam-do, South Korea
  • Photography: Shin Do Keun
  • Project year : 2014-2015
  • Design phase : 2014.2.-2014.9.
  • Construction phase : 2014.9-2015.5.
  • Building use : Guesthouse + Private residenc
  • Site area : 1,478 m2
  • Built area : 182 m2 (more…)
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