architecture in korea

starsis installs two rooftop shipping containers maximizing use of natural light

This place was originally used by the owner’s mother for clothing storage as well as living. Now, as the owner and his work employees were to live here, it needed to transform into a new space. The owner and his(her) mother – 109 years of making movie costumes between the two – started this project in hopes that their history will live on throughout this home.

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atelier KOMA houses korea’s son yang won memorial museum inside elevated concrete ring

the monument has been conceived as a ‘symbolic space memorial’, with the building’s design and its exhibition spaces informed by the preacher’s guiding principles.

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on architecture inc.’s floor area ratio game project in south korea

the ground floor is maximized for retail use, while the distribution obtained on the second and third floor was used for the creation of the fourth and fifth floors, establishing an innovative design that stands out from the old residential area.

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delugan meissl opens hyundai center for automotive culture in south korea

austrian firm delugan meissl has completed the ‘hyundai motorstudio goyang’, a building that forms the largest center for automotive culture in south korea. the scheme brings together a range of functions — including sales, branding, and customer entertainment — alongside a series of exhibition spaces, all defined by three characteristic elements: landscape, vertical green, and […]

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IROJE KHM builds ‘flying house’ for a pilot near incheon’s international airport

the theme of aviation has been directly applied to the building’s architecture, with soaring roof canopies and dramatically ascending elevations.

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