Posts Tagged ‘Gyeonggi’
Wednesday, May 24th, 2017
Article source: UAARL_Urban Alternative Architecture Research Lab
The house was designed for a couple. The husband is a college professor at art department. The site is placed on a hillside with a sweeping view and a broad slope to the northwest, and faces a mountain to the south. It poses a particular challenge that the orientation of the house and of the main view cannot be the same.
Image Courtesy © Kim, Jae Youn
- Architects: UAARL_Urban Alternative Architecture Research Lab (Lee, Woo Hyoung, AIA, LEED AP)
- Project: Event House
- Location: Yangpyeong-gun, Gyeonggi, South Korea
- Photography: Kim, Jae Youn
- Design Team: Suh, Jin Hyun
- General Contractor: Muyu Design
- Built Area: 278.34 m²
- Completion Year: 2017
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
- 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
Friday, March 20th, 2015
Article source: L’EAU design Co., Ltd.
Self-mapping through topological setting
Songchu plantation does not have an unsure master plane yet except a worthwhile purpose. This land has to be prepared to be used for multi-purpose accordingly. In other words, it needs architectural structures that organize self-mapping through topological setting rather than a development that constructs a large building to be used for the only planned purpose.
Image Courtesy © Park Wan-soon
- Architects: L’EAU design Co., Ltd. , Kim Dong-jin (Hongik University)
- Project: Song-chu Bending Band
- Location: 419, Uldae-ri, Jangheung myeon, Yangju, Gyeonggi, Korea
- Photography: Park Wan-soon
- Design team: Lee Sang-hak , Park Ju-eun, Kim Tea-yeon, Baek So-won
- Client: Song-chu farm land Co., Ltd.
- Structure Engineer: SDM Structural Engineering
- Site area: 8116㎡ (more…)