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.
A fun collection of toys on display framed artwork from UK street artist Eelus and a street lamppost in the corner of the ‘casual café’-style dining space ensure that this living area is like nothing else you have ever seen before. The bedrooms inside the home also have an aura of their own with blocks of color used to mimic the De Stijl art movement and the works of legendary Dutch painter Piet Mondrian.
Designed by Ola Studio a series of timber beams act as a pergola of sorts while a simple deck extends the living space further into the rear yard. The new extension contains the new living space connected with the garden a smart modern kitchen and an open dining area.
Not only does the use of natural construction materials and locally sourced elements give the home a green sheen the use of passive solar heating and cooling techniques smart insulation and rainwater harvesting systems ensures that it is as planet-friendly as possible.
The structure of the home itself is more casual in its ambiance with Cor-ten steel and Douglas Fir being used to combine strength and durability with inviting warmth and minimal maintenance. A series of walkways around the house built over the pond connect it with both the landscape and the guest quarters.