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Butterfly House in Gapyeong, South Korea by Donner Sorcinelli Architecture

Saturday, December 1st, 2012

Article source: Donner Sorcinelli Architecture

The butterfly house is located near green hills, in the country of Gapyeong (50 km north east from Seoul), which cultural and environmental context has deeply influenced the concept of the building. A building is considered sustainable according to how well it integrates with the natural elements of the surrounding landscape and with the habits of its inhabitants.

South west view : Image Courtesy Donner Sorcinelli Architecture

  • Architects: Donner Sorcinelli Architecture
  • Project: Butterfly House
  • Location: Gapyeong, South Korea
  • Client: Private
  • Design team: Luca Donner (team leader), Francesca Sorcinelli, Seong Bong Yun
  • Construction: April – September 2010
  • Project: December 2009 – April 2010
  • Program: No. 2 Apartments
  • Built Surface: 217 sq.m.
  • Footprint: 180 sq.m.
  • Local Architect Studio NakHyunJae, Nak-yong Choi
  • Works Manager: NR2, Jun-bo Sim
  • Construction Management: NR2, Sang-chun Lee

Daegu Library in South Korea by HAO / Holm Architecture Office

Saturday, November 24th, 2012

Article source: HAO / Holm Architecture Office

The Daegu Library site is situated in the heart of city of Daegu, the 3rd largest city in South Korea.

The design of the library is imagined as a natural extension of local life in the surrounding area. By creating a flexible framework it sets up its main premise: defining an inviting new urban center for both people and knowledge.

Image Courtesy HAO / Holm Architecture Office

  • Architects: HAO / Holm Architecture Office
  • Project: Daegu Library
  • Location: Daegu, South Korea
  • Program: Library and Community Center
  • Type: Open Competition
  • Size: 3000 M2

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Daegu Gosan Library in Daegu, South Korea by Gorka Blas Revilla

Tuesday, November 20th, 2012

Article source: Gorka Blas Revilla

This proposal conceives the library as a cultural and social space for the local community. For this purpose the project focuses in obtaining a functional, attractive and comfortable facility that constitutes an essential element for neighborhood´s everyday life.  In order to achieve this objective, the project translates the scale of the domestic space to a public facility, without lack of its public dimension.

Image Courtesy Gorka Blas Revilla

  • Architects: Gorka Blas Revilla
  • Project: Daegu Gosan Library
  • Location: Daegu, South Korea
  • Award: 1st prize
  • Project  Team: Gorka Blas Revilla (individual)

Louver Haus in Daegu, South Korea By Smart Architecture

Sunday, September 16th, 2012

Article source: Smart Architecture

Louver Haus is the multi-household building which was built for lease profit. It is located in high density housing areas in sang-dong, su seong-gu, Daegu(metropolis in Korea). Su-seong pond which is one of the large-scale open spaces in Daegu, is near the south of site, and also Dae-duck mountain standing over this area.

Image Courtesy Jung-sik Mun

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Nam June Paik Museum in Yongin City, South Korea by Hackenbroich Architekten

Saturday, May 12th, 2012

Article source: Hackenbroich Architekten

Nam June Paik and his interest for nature and technology inspired us to bring nature and technology into a reciprocal presupposition, where one topic influences the other and vice versa. The building is transformed, generated and dissolved by nature and technology. Instead of defining an opposition between these two issues the project is about the discovery of their interaction.

Space and media surface

  • Architects: Hackenbroich Architekten
  • Project: Nam June Paik Museum
  • Location: Yongin City, South Korea
  • Status: International competition
  • Client: Province of Kyonggi
  • Size: 5,000 m²
  • Team: Wilfried Hackenbroich and Rainer Mühr with Sandra Blei, Matthias Povel, Katja Schümann
  • Media Consultant: Karen Wong

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Tangent Facade Design for The Hyundai Development Company in Seoul, South Korea by Studio Daniel Libeskind

Saturday, May 5th, 2012

Article source: Studio Daniel Libeskind

Completed in 2005, the office façade of the new Hyundai Development Company headquarters was designed to integrate the headquarters with the public plaza, the below-grade spaces and any future development on the site. A 62 meter ring dominates the main facade together with a complementary vector that explores the depth of the facade as a space that will be locally accessible through volume and plane projections.

Images Courtesy Kim yong kwan

  • Architect: Studio Daniel Libeskind
  • Name of Project: Tangent Facade Design for The Hyundai Development Company
  • Location: Seoul, South Korea
  • Building size: 1,412,000 sq.ft (Facade Area), 15 Floors, 226 Feet ( Height)
  • Structure: Glass curtain wall cladding with aluminium on existing concrete building
  • Client: Hyundai Development Corporation

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Incheon Tower in South Korea by François Blanciak Architect

Saturday, May 5th, 2012

Article source: François Blanciak Architect

In order to avoid the bilboquet form inherent to most observation structures of this height, the proposed building is conceived as a continuous segment whose middle part is made thicker by a knot. The resulting symbolic shape expresses the idea that the total length of the tower is in fact even longer than the regulated maximum height of 450 meters which it reaches at its summit. Alternately, the space created by the knot shape turns out to conveniently provide viewers with a three-dimensional panoramic experience of the city of Incheon, as a continuous indoor and outdoor balcony.

Incheon Tower

  • Architects: François Blanciak Architect
  • Project: Incheon Tower
  • Location: Incheon, South Korea
  • Collaborator: Janko Radojevic
  • Program: observation tower + exhibition hall + leisure facilities
  • Type: competition
  • Date: 2008
  • Area: 45000m²

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Archipelago 21 in Seoul, South Korea by Studio Daniel Libeskind

Sunday, April 15th, 2012

Article source: Studio Daniel Libeskind

Archipelago21, a major redevelopment for the Yongsan International Business District of Seoul, South Korea dramatically reinvents the landscape of Korea’s historic capital city. This sustainable urban development is made up of over 30 million square feet of built area and will include a new international business district, world-class shopping, residential neighborhoods, cultural institutions, educational facilities and transportation, all sited in a large urban park along the Han River.

Archipelago21

  • Architects: Studio Daniel Libeskind
  • Project: Archipelago 21
  • Location: Seoul, South Korea
  • Building Size: 20,000,000 sq.ft (Above Ground);6,000,000 sq.f (Below ground excluding parking area)
  • Client: Dream Hub
  • Landscape Architect: Martha Schwartz Partners
  • Structural/MEP: ARUP
  • Transportation/Sustainability Engineers: ARUP
  • Status: In design
  • Completion Date: 2024

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Hanok Garden in Gyeongsangbuk-do, South Korea by Y Design Office

Wednesday, April 4th, 2012

Article source: Y Design Office

Hanok Garden, a landscape project in South Korea byY Design Office, strips one of the older Korean traditional courtyard houses into its barebones with a small deck for resting. The old house is simply turned into a public garden. More is taken away than what gets added. The project asks and challenges the very basic questions about a person, a house, a city and a tree.

Finished (Image Courtesy Y Design Office)

  • Architects: Y Design Office
  • Project: Hanok Garden
  • Location: Gyeongsangbuk do Yeongcheon Gasang-li, South Korea
  • Building Type: Garden/Landscape/Reconstruction
  • Date: 2011
  • Size: 50sqm
  • Photo Credit: Y Design Office

 

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HyundaiCard Air Lounge in Incheon, South Korea by Gensler

Wednesday, February 1st, 2012

Article source: Gensler

Located at Incheon Airport in Korea, this 250 sm project seeks to create an exclusive environment to offer unique travel assistance for HyundaiCard Black members. As a counterpoint to the surrounding visual noise and frenzied airport activity, the proposed parti is deceptively simple, with functions arranged in a freestanding “black box”.

Image Courtesy Ryan Gobuty

  • Architects: Gensler
  • Project: HyundaiCard Air Lounge
  • Location: Incheon, South Korea
  • Owner: HyundaiCard Company
  • Consultant: Laschober + Sovitch
  • Engineer: Kesson International
  • Lighting: Kaplan Gehring McCarroll
  • Photography: Ryan Gobuty

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