Saturday, October 31, 2009
With one level below ground and rises two stories above, this architecture in Goyang, Korea puts a modern spin on the house, with a transition between the indoor and outdoor. Like the exterior, interior design features pages of warm wood remarkable contrasts in the cool, contemporary concrete. This concrete and wooden houses by architects Korean art combine in IROJE KHM house and out into the layered levels for life. The basic structure of concrete anchor's design, and topped by a wood and glass volume is light, bright and airy with views of the surrounding environment. Placing timber clad house living space upstairs, while the lower level largely dedicated to the park. Architecture home page offers a cool mix of nature and contemporary design. A central courtyard in the heart of the home is the central point, with the interior opening onto it, or facing the large windows.