Inspired by the traditional earthen houses in the region the structure of the house is deceptively simple and traditional yet it offers all the modern comforts one could wish for. A marriage between contrasting styles and architectural principles life here is all about being close to nature.
A series of balconies and cozy private nooks have been incorporated throughout the house to allow those inside to visually stay connected with the world outside at all times. With a neutral color scheme contemporary décor and smart modern lighting this South Korean home keeps design simple practical and elegant.
Wood and stone were used in crafting the exterior of the home with the upper levels embracing the warmth of the former in an eloquent fashion. It is the ground floor that contains the main entrance along with the garage and a small social zone while the first floor houses the living room dining space kitchen guest bathroom and the family zone.
Designed by GO Logic passive solar gain was one of the main aspects of the structural design and this was done without impeding the flow of natural light throughout the residence. Offering unabated views of the Cousins River estuary and the pin forest around it a covered walkway links the main house with the garage.
Is one such rare gem that was crafted with care ingenuity and whimsical flair by KNQ Associates as they attempted to blend practicality with the homeowner’s love for art urban aesthetics and life on the street. It is a dashing and dazzling cocktail that surprises you at every turn as it unveils a spectrum of vivacious colors and textures and pays tribute to great artists; all at the same time!