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HUB in Nokbeon-dong, Eunpyung-gu, Seoul, South Korea by Hyunjoon Yoo Architects

Tuesday, February 4th, 2014

Article source: Hyunjoon Yoo Architects

A Hub of Social Network

HUB of Seoul is a place for the people who want to start their own business.

City of Seoul supplies the space, human network, education and some financial consulting for them. Many young adults gather to this place for their future vision. The facility is free thanks to the municipal financial support.

Image Courtesy © Jihye Choi

  • Architects: Hyunjoon Yoo Architects
  • Project: HUB
  • Location: Nokbeon-dong, Eunpyung-gu, Seoul, South Korea
  • Photography: Jihye Choi and Youngchae Park
  • Software used: Sketch up
  • Team: HyunjoonYoo, Jinsung Huh, Insil Son, Jaehong Park, Moonchul Choi, Sunkeun Hwang, Seungho Ham
  • Project Year: 2013
  • Project Area: 3,200sqm

Creative Lab in Seoul, South Korea by Hyunjoon Yoo Architects

Tuesday, February 4th, 2014

Article source: Hyunjoon Yoo Architects

Ceiling

The design of SCL is mainly focused on the creation of the “space of inspiration”. In order to create such space, the existing low ceiling was replaced by the high ceiling which was finished with the sound-absorbing sponges that would control the temperature of the exposed roof according to the season. By doing so, the inside space is completely soundproofed which fulfills the audible environment of SCL due to various ongoing debates.

Image Courtesy © Youngchae Park

  • Architects: Hyunjoon Yoo Architects
  • Project: Creative Lab
  • Location: Seoul, South Korea
  • Photography: Youngchae Park, Jihye Choi
  • Software used: Sketch up
  • Team: HyunjoonYoo, Jinsung Huh, Insil Son, Jaehong Park, Moonchul Choi, Sunkeun Hwang, Seungho Ham
  • Project Year: 2013
  • Project Area: 600sqm

JOHNNIE WALKER HOUSE™ in Seoul, South Korea by Asylum

Thursday, December 19th, 2013

Article source: Asylum

Singapore, November 27, 2013 – For the third consecutive year, JOHNNIE WALKER HOUSE™ continues to impress. Residing in the trendy upscale neighbourhood of Cheongdam, home to the world’s most luxurious brands. Award-winning firm, Asylum, was once more commissioned to design and create the luxurious JOHNNIE WALKER HOUSE™. Launched on September 27, 2013 by Diageo, the House in South Korea has raced ahead of its two previous Houses located in China, to be the boldest, grandest, JOHNNIE WALKER HOUSE™ yet. With 6 levels of rich Scottish Whisky heritage to boast, the House is an art of architectural excellence to behold.

Image Courtesy © Asylum

  • Architects: Asylum
  • Project: JOHNNIE WALKER HOUSE™
  • Location: Seoul, South Korea

Rest Hole in the University of Seoul, South Korea by UTAA

Sunday, November 10th, 2013

Article source: UTAA

The first floor of the dormitory in University of Seoul was originally an empty parking lot. An area enclosed by columns that supported the main office of the building, people would use the area only for smoking and storing bikes. The place was far too dark and inefficient and further desperately needed to be remodeled. In collaboration, the architectural students of the University of Seoul (Lee Sang-myeong, Ha Ki-seong, Baek Jong-ho) and UTAA designed a solution that would become much more than a simple rest area.

Image Courtesy © Jin Hyo-suk

  • Architects: UTAA
  • Project: Rest Hole
  • Location: University of Seoul, South Korea
  • Photography: Jin Hyo-suk, Kim Yong-soon, UTAA
  • Design Team: UTAA, architectural students of the University of Seoul., (Lee Sang-myeong, Ha Ki-seong, Baek Jong-ho)
  • Area: 180 sqm
  • Year: 2012
  • Structure: Wooden structure(with glulam)
  • Software used: Rhinoceros

KAIST IT Convergence Building in Daejeon, South Korea by Kyu Sung Woo Architects

Friday, November 8th, 2013

Article source: Kyu Sung Woo Architects

Located in a suburb of Daejeon, Korea, the campus is comprised of buildings scattered throughout a lush setting of tree groves and fields.  Selected from an open design competition, the scheme places the new 26,000sm building on the northern edge of a green lawn running parallel with the East Gate axis. The design brings together the fields of Computer Science and Electronic and Electrical Engineers. Rectangular boxes are stacked nine stories high and arranged around a central core of large multi-level, indoor and outdoor social spaces that enhance cross-discipline communication between both students and professors.

Image Courtesy © Goongsun Nam

  • Architects: Kyu Sung Woo Architects
  • Project: KAIST IT Convergence Building
  • Location: Daejeon, South Korea
  • Photography: Goongsun Nam, Won Yang Kim
  • Project Type: Computer Science & Electronics and Electrical Engineering Lab Building
  • Type of Client: University
  • Construction Type: New Building
  • Total Floor Area: 26,023 sm (280,109 sf) – includes 4,536 sm (48,825 sf) of covered parking
  • Program: Labs, professors offices, classrooms, seminar rooms, international conference hall, lecture hall, department lounges, student and professor’s lounges, cafe, fitness center
  • Parking Spaces: 155 open-air, green roof covered
  • Site Area: 215,278 sf
  • Site Description: The site is a trapezoidal-shaped parcel of land just outside the center of campus at northern edge of the campus adjacent to the east-gate entrance. The site was an open field sloping from west to east and surrounded primarily by a r­­oad on one side and woods on the other.
  • Materials Used – Exterior: Solid and Perforated Clear Anodized Aluminum Panels, Clear Anodized Aluminum Curtain Wall and Windows, Clear, Translucent, Fritted Glass, Extruded Cement Panels, Wood decking, Stone Pavers
  • Materials Used – Interior: Polished exposed concrete floors, Exposed concrete ceilings and columns, Painted GWB, Glass partitions, Wood flooring, Extruded-cement panel stairs

Sejong Center for Performing Arts in South Korea by Asymptote Architecture

Wednesday, October 30th, 2013

Article source: Asymptote Architecture

Asymptote’s design for a new Center of Performing Arts for the city of Sejong in South Korea celebrates the cities emergence and growth as a place of stature and culture. The proposal calls for an architecture centered around notions of contemporary urbanism as expressed through a distinctive and unique envelope and object-bulling perched on an open site that connects the city, a park and nearby waterway.

Image Courtesy © Asymptote Architecture

  • Architects: Asymptote Architecture
  • Project: Sejong Center for Performing Arts
  • Location: Sejong, South Korea
  • Design Partners: Hani Rashid, Lise Anne Couture
  • Project Director: John Guida
  • Design Team: Danny Abalos, Bika Rebek, Du Ho Choi, Hong Min Kim,
  • Project Team: Matthew Slattery, Valentina Soana, Mu Jung Kang,
  • Client: Multifunctional Administrative City Construction Agency (MACCA)
  • Local Architect: EGA Seoul
  • Structural Engineer: Knippers Helbig Stuttgart- New York
  • Environmental Design: Transsolar Inc. New York

CHUNGHA BUILDING in Seoul, South Korea by MVRDV

Thursday, September 5th, 2013

Article source: MVRDV

Just before a Korean pop-song became a global success on YouTube for the first time in history, and Gangnam became world famous as the nouveau riche hangout of the South-Korean capital Seoul, MVRDV was commissioned by Woon Nam Management Ltd. to redefine a building on Gangnams chic Apgujung Road. Even though the Chungha building was completed in the 1980’s it was already outdated in a street dominated by flagship stores. The transformation, which added an extra level, was completed in just 9 months.

Image Courtesy © Kyungsub Shin

  • Architects: MVRDV
  • Project: CHUNGHA BUILDING
  • Location: Seoul, South Korea
  • Photography: Kyungsub Shin
  • Client: Woon Nam Management Co. Ltd. Seoul, KR.,Transformation of 2820m2.
  • Program: Shops, offices, café.
  • Budget: undisclosed.
  • Co-Architect: InC Design Group : Chang rock Kim, Jaehoon Lee, Boram Lee, Anna Lee, Jinju Dong, Eun ae Choi
  • Contractor: Ain Construction
  • Structure: 1’st Structure, Seoul, KR.
  • Lighting: Total LED.
  • Tiles: M&S Ceramic.

Cinema Center in Busan, South Korea by Coop Himmelb(l)au

Friday, August 16th, 2013

Article source: Coop Himmelb(l)au

The basic concept of this project was the discourse about the overlapping of open and closed spaces and of public and private areas.

While the movie theaters are located in a mountain-like building, the Center’s public space is shared between an outdoor cinema and a huge public space which is called Red Carpet Area  i.e. reception area.

Image Courtesy © Duccio Malagambar

  • Architects: Coop Himmelb(l)au
  • Project: Busan Cinema Center
  • Location: Busan, South Korea
  • Photography: Duccio Malagamba , COOP HIMMELB(L)AU, Markus Pillhofer
  • Client: Municipality of Busan: Kim,  Byung-Heui; Cho, Seung-Ho; Chai, Young-Eeon; Seo,  Myoung Seok
  • Planning: COOP HIMMELB(L)AU, Wolf D. Prix , W. Dreibholz & Partner ZT GmbH
  • Design Principal CEO: Wolf D. Prix
  • Project Partner: Michael Volk
  • Project Architect: Günther Weber
  • Design Architects: Martin Oberascher, Jörg Hugo
  • Project Team: Sergio Gonzalez, Rob Henderson, Guthu Hallstein, Matt Kirkham, Veronica Janovska, Dieter Segerer, Markus Baumann, Jasmin Dieterle, Anja Sorger, Jana Kucerova, Jan Brosch, Ivana Jug
  • 3D Design: Renate Weissenböck, Jan-Ruben Fischer

Conan House (Toy House) in Daejeon Yusung-gu Bang-Dong 176, South Korea by Moon Hoon

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

Article source: Moon Hoon

Bangdong is a famous place for sight seeing and leisure for near by dwellers. It can be quite crowded during the holiday seasons.

The irregular plot of land situated right in front of Bang dong lake boasts a beautiful open view of the lake and a low mountain as a back drop. When visited for the first time, the vacant site seemed to invite some kind of a sculptural object, unhindered by its neighbors, standing rather conspicuously.

Image Courtesy © Moon Hoon

  • Architects: Moon Hoon
  • Project: Conan House (Toy House)
  • Location: Daejeon Yusung-gu Bang-Dong 176,  South Korea
  • Client: Gun Young Lee
  • Design Team: ByungYup Lee
  • Building to Land Ratio: 20%
  • Floor Area ratio: 36.72%
  • Building Scope: 2F, 1B
  • Structure: Reinforced Concrete, Wood
  • Total Floor Area: 105.3㎡
  • Site Area: 261.6㎡
  • Floor Area: 45.8㎡

Mood Map in Seoul, South Korea by E/B Office

Wednesday, June 26th, 2013

Article source: E/B Office

Mood map visualizes the moods of Korean people in color and light through textual analysis of their Tweets on Twitter. We will create a custom software program in Processing that will search and analyze Tweets in Korean language through the Twitter API. Tweets will be analyzed using a text analysis library that searches for specific strings of Korean characters that describe certain moods or feelings.

Image Courtesy © E/B Office

  • Architects: E/B Office (Yong Ju Lee and Brian Brush) 
  • Project: Mood Map 
  • Location: Seoul, South Korea
  • Photography: E/B Office
  • Year: 2013
  • Visualization: Noa Younse (http://www.noayounse.com)
  • Assembly team: KwangYeon Cho, Kibum Park, Young-Won Chi, Byunghwa Kim, Min Jae Lee, Sang Ki Nam, Daram Park, Sooyoung Park, HyunWoo Yoo
  • Software used: Rhino, Grasshopper and Processing
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