Simgok Place Seoul, South Korean Building, U-Haus Property Design, Architecture Development Photos
Simgok Place Seoul Building
5 Dec, 2020
Typology: four custombuilt residential units for an extended family
Location: Seoul, South Korea
Design: SsD Architects
Simgok Place in South Korea
Photos by Chang Kyun Kim
Simgok Place in Seoul
As the family gets to live spread apart more and more these days, a respected poet and her three daughters with their distinctively different types of the family for their own found a site in a cozy yet high-density village where new and old are co-existed.
In this unique situation, the demand for achieving privacy in the community seems difficult to achieve. Within a hyper compact footprint, the tightness of the envelope gets broken where a most optimized view and privacy can be achieved simultaneously.
Three volumes are strategically divided into four custom-fit designed units within a balance of the southern sunlight and views. Overlapping interior stairs and exterior stairs drastically increase the efficiency of the building with multiple stairs for each unit.
General Contractor: U-Haus
Photographers: Chang Kyun Kim
Simgok Place Seoul Building, South Korea images / information received from The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design
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