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“One Ocean“ Pavilion EXPO 2012: Korea (cgi video inside)

“One Ocean“ Pavilion EXPO 2012: Korea (cgi video inside)

Crashing Waves-Tongyeong Concert Hall by Form4 Architecture in South Korea.(2009) •#Arc_Only

Crashing Waves-Tongyeong Concert Hall by Form4 Architecture in South Korea.(2009) •#Arc_Only

The Beyond the Screen project by OBBA (Office for Beyond Boundaries Architecture) is located on a corner plot in the Naebalsan-dong neighbourhood of Seoul.

The Beyond the Screen project by OBBA (Office for Beyond Boundaries Architecture) is located on a corner plot in the Naebalsan-dong neighbourhood of Seoul.

1 Anguk (Changdeokgung) (Autumn) – One of five former royal residences in downtown Seoul, Changdeok Palace is renowned for the way its structures balance with the natural landscape, a signature of traditional Korean architecture. After decades of development, the city is once again looking for ways to harmonise nature and urban living.

Seoul by subway: 25 stations, 25 neighbourhoods – in pictures

1 Anguk (Changdeokgung) (Autumn) – One of five former royal residences in downtown Seoul, Changdeok Palace is renowned for the way its structures balance with the natural landscape, a signature of traditional Korean architecture. After decades of development, the city is once again looking for ways to harmonise nature and urban living.

Gallery - House of Dior Seoul / Christian de Portzamparc - 10

Gallery of House of Dior Seoul / Christian de Portzamparc - 10

wise architecture conceives MU:M office building like an owl's nest in south korea

wise architecture conceives MU:M office building like an owl's nest in south korea

« Newer story Older story »   Concave facades on twin buildings by Moon Hoon create moon-shaped indents Flip 23 June 2015 | 1 comment More:      ArchitectureCulturalSlideshows      A huge sphere appears to have imprinted the concrete facades of these neighbouring buildings near Seoul, both designed by South Korean architect Moon Hoon

« Newer story Older story » Concave facades on twin buildings by Moon Hoon create moon-shaped indents Flip 23 June 2015 | 1 comment More: ArchitectureCulturalSlideshows A huge sphere appears to have imprinted the concrete facades of these neighbouring buildings near Seoul, both designed by South Korean architect Moon Hoon

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