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Conan Play House by Moon Hoon

Location: Bang-dong, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon, South Korea

The client

He is a producer for a local TV station, with one kid and a lovely wife. His family visited my office one day and asked for a skip-floored house like lollipop house which they had seen in the magazines. He was an avid collector of miniature robots and figures. A hobby that started from an early age, which has not stopped. His father was also an avid collector of soo suck ( natural stones shaped like something recognizable or possessing some abstract qualities). The collector gene was running in the family…

The architect

I am a playful architect. I have met the right client, who has kept his child_mind intact with him. The design went through two alternatives, one each floor stacked and rotating, the other of a box with small broken floors moving up in a spiral. both had its ups and downs. The client chose the latter. The House has a central core that is used as an exhibition space and a railing for his toys. the spiral and jagged floor levels follow the spiral stair case all the way up to the attic, where you can find a small red slide that traverses the void. The exterior expresses the inner spiral energy in a simplified form.

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17 Gadigal Avenue by Collins and Turner Architects

The sheets have fewer holes on the north side of the fold to limit the sun and more on the south side for light, air and view.

(Source: collinsandturner.com)

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Sol Duc Cabin (2011) by Olson Kundig Architects

Design Principal: Tom Kundig
Location: Olympic Peninsula, WA, USA

Built for a client who fly-fishes for steelhead on the Olympic Peninsula, this steel-clad 350 sf cabin on stilts can be completely shuttered when the owner is away. The cabin’s rugged patina and raw materiality respond to the surrounding wilderness while its verticality provides a safe haven during occasional floods from the nearby river.

The overall design responds to the owner’s desire for a compact, low-maintenance, virtually indestructible building to house himself and his wife during fishing expeditions. Composed of two levels, the cabin’s entry, dining and kitchen areas are located on the lower floor while a sleeping loft with minimal shelving hovers above. A cantilevered steel deck extends from the lower level, providing unimpeded views of the river.

This can also work in the event of a zombie apocalypse, I think.

(via miya-warchitecture)

e2a - Trafag AG headquarters, Bubikon 2013. Via, photos (C) Rasmus Norlander

(Source: subtilitas, via takehisake)

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House in Avila, Spain by BmasC Arquitectos

CANON DE SOMOTO NICARAGUA

CANON DE SOMOTO NICARAGUA

worclip:

Conan Play House by Moon Hoon

Location: Bang-dong, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon, South Korea

The client

He is a producer for a local TV station, with one kid and a lovely wife. His family visited my office one day and asked for a skip-floored house like lollipop house which they had seen in the magazines. He was an avid collector of miniature robots and figures. A hobby that started from an early age, which has not stopped. His father was also an avid collector of soo suck ( natural stones shaped like something recognizable or possessing some abstract qualities). The collector gene was running in the family…

The architect

I am a playful architect. I have met the right client, who has kept his child_mind intact with him. The design went through two alternatives, one each floor stacked and rotating, the other of a box with small broken floors moving up in a spiral. both had its ups and downs. The client chose the latter. The House has a central core that is used as an exhibition space and a railing for his toys. the spiral and jagged floor levels follow the spiral stair case all the way up to the attic, where you can find a small red slide that traverses the void. The exterior expresses the inner spiral energy in a simplified form.

enochliew:

17 Gadigal Avenue by Collins and Turner Architects

The sheets have fewer holes on the north side of the fold to limit the sun and more on the south side for light, air and view.

(Source: collinsandturner.com)

worclip:

Sol Duc Cabin (2011) by Olson Kundig Architects

Design Principal: Tom Kundig
Location: Olympic Peninsula, WA, USA

Built for a client who fly-fishes for steelhead on the Olympic Peninsula, this steel-clad 350 sf cabin on stilts can be completely shuttered when the owner is away. The cabin’s rugged patina and raw materiality respond to the surrounding wilderness while its verticality provides a safe haven during occasional floods from the nearby river.

The overall design responds to the owner’s desire for a compact, low-maintenance, virtually indestructible building to house himself and his wife during fishing expeditions. Composed of two levels, the cabin’s entry, dining and kitchen areas are located on the lower floor while a sleeping loft with minimal shelving hovers above. A cantilevered steel deck extends from the lower level, providing unimpeded views of the river.

This can also work in the event of a zombie apocalypse, I think.

(via miya-warchitecture)

e2a - Trafag AG headquarters, Bubikon 2013. Via, photos (C) Rasmus Norlander

(Source: subtilitas, via takehisake)

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House in Avila, Spain by BmasC Arquitectos

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