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Old June 20th, 2012, 11:08 AM   #101
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Where is this stadium?
West-southern Seoul
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Old July 4th, 2012, 05:56 AM   #102
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Above photos copyright belong to http://blog.naver.com/lumoslite?Redi...o=100161448174
SBS Broadcasting Seoul studio. Which is Located beside of Seoullite tower(cancelled)
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Old July 6th, 2012, 11:20 PM   #103
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NADAAA interprets unique building typology as civic pavilion and landscape threshold

In South Korea, the majority of housing is developed by one of five corporate families. Apartment buildings are not designed as individual structures but as multiples, such that a new housing project may be conceived as 20 or 30 towers forming an entire neighbourhood. Thus, the study, design and sales of housing have developed into a discipline serving a growing middle class with amenities and technologies that are significantly sophisticated.

The client wished to invest in a centre that not only contains sales offices with full-scale construction model units, but also a variety of public amenities that are purposed for the use of the community, including: art galleries, restaurants, cafés, auditoria and other functions that can become part of the public realm.

Distinguishing their brand among other model home galleries, they wished to create an iconic spectacle within the urban landscape, evoking a status more commonly held by public institutions such as museums or libraries. From an architectural perspective, a model home gallery balances two forces; the first, a public ground that activates the street; the second an economical black box above that houses the model homes.

In concept, this building, an evocatively rendered black box perched atop of a dynamic glass plinth, responds to both its physical setting and the client’s desire to evince a brand that is inspired by nature. Located at a significant vehicular intersection to the northeast, the transparent plinth displays the spectacle of the activities within, while creating a threshold to the park to the southwest. Continuity of the ground plane is established through the extension of the city’s granite sidewalk into the building.

The reading of this public space gains expression through an undulating ceiling that demarcates various programmatic and infrastructural logics of the amenities. The auditorium not only hosts closed events – plays, cinema, and symposia – but also more open events. Flexibility of programmatic use is achieved through vertical layers: a diaphanous metal curtain, a plywood sheathing, and a large sliding door that produces a large proscenium. The voluminous and elusive black box atop is established as an iconic landmark in a developing part of the city.

Requiring very few openings, the interior is in dialogue with the exterior world only through the 'slit-windows' encrypted within the horizontal louvers, further softening the figure of the volume. The building base ascends and descends according to the programmatic logic of the public amenities and its roof’s folds harvest rainwater that recharges the adjacent pond. From a distance, the overall image evokes an echo of the unique skyline of Seoul, a syncopated composition of staggered buildings and mountains.

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Old July 12th, 2012, 10:42 PM   #104
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Seoul Floating Islands / Haeahn Architecture + H Architecture

Architects: Haeahn Architecture + H Architecture
Location: Seoul, South Korea
Project Area: 9995.0 sqm
Structural Engineer: Opus Pearl
Project Year: 2011
Photographs: Haeahn Architecture

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Old July 15th, 2012, 02:47 PM   #105
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Thanks Minsk
I LOVE Seoul Floating Islands(So called korean LANGUAGE as "SAE BIT DONG DONG(새빛둥둥)"
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Old July 16th, 2012, 08:35 PM   #106
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This project is Restoring Kungbok palace of Seoul
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Old July 27th, 2012, 01:11 PM   #107
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5+ design provides new public area in Dragon Valley Retail District, Seoul

The Dragon Valley Retail District, planned by 5+design, provides an inviting public environment filled with outdoor gathering places, shops and entertainment at the centre of the Yongsan International Business District (IBD). The ambitious 34 million sq ft, mixed-use district in Seoul is being developed by Dreamhub. “The design carves a canyon into the district to create an uninterrupted, subterranean, pedestrian thoroughfare from the Yongsan Train Station to the Han River,” said 5+design partner Michael Ellis. “With its diversity of environments and offerings, its sense of scale and connection, Dragon Valley balances the iconic singularity and verticality of the overall district.”

Masterplanned by architect Daniel Libeskind, the Yongsan IBD encompasses ten city blocks and includes a collection of high-rise residences and commercial buildings designed by a host of renowned international architects. The skyscraper-filled district is organised into neighbourhoods centered around and connected by an urban public space animated by retail, entertainment and leisure - Dragon Valley Retail District. The underground city of retail, restaurants and commercial spaces is presented as individual districts of distinct character linked with lushly landscaped gardens and fountains and a network pedestrian-friendly passageways.

“While the most impressive image of the Yongsan IBD may be its incredible high-rise skyline, the project will be truly experienced by the public at the ground plan and within the below-grade shops and restaurants of the Dragon Valley,” said Tim Magill, the 5+design partner responsible for the design of the project. “In order to navigate such a huge project, the design is divided into a series of unique districts, accessed by a hierarchy of outdoor arcades, indoor malls and courts, to create a memorable,human scale.”

Dragon Valley Retail District comprises three main areas - Platinum Street Collection, University Department Store Zone and Sports Active Life District - all surrounding a dramatic 10,000 sq m sunken garden of lush landscape, water features, outdoor restaurants, amphitheaters and public gathering areas. Each district is expressed as clusters of buildings nested together with individual facades that give identity and distinction. The eclectic hill town character of the district, with both contemporary and traditional buildings integrated into a dramatic vertical landscape, invites exploration.

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Old July 27th, 2012, 09:13 PM   #108
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Minsk appreciated.... What a amazing Render it is!!!!! breathtaking
I want to walk there,,,,I looking forward to see IBD of SEOUL!!!!
My dream
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Old July 28th, 2012, 11:06 AM   #109
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Old July 31st, 2012, 07:02 AM   #110
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What is the closest subway to this complex?

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Old August 9th, 2012, 11:44 PM   #111
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Seoul Memorial Park / Haeahn Architecture

Architects: Haeahn Architecture
Location: Seoul
Project Year: 2012
Photographs: Park Young-chae
Project Area: 18,000 sqm
Site Area: 36,000 sqm
Client: Seoul Municipal Facilities Management Corporation

Secluded by mountain hills from a bustling highway gateway, Seoul Memorial Park rests in a serene valley area of the Woo-Myun Mountain on the outskirts of Seoul, South Korea. Seoul Memorial Park is a crematorium constructed in harmony with the natural terrain of the site, which previously lent calming scenic views to meditative passing-by hikers, and is now converted to a sanctuary for solemn rituals concluding life’s journeys.

Canvas for Land Art

To overcome the unwelcomed response from the community, this crematorium was sought to be a “non-erected” building. Instead, Seoul Memorial Park emerges as a form of “land art” sculpted into the existing topography with a flowing array of architectural forms and motifs. Concaved at the center of the Park, lies a courtyard encompassed by a series of ritual spaces devoted to separate functions. These spatial layers bordering the courtyard resonate from a distance with the surrounding mountain trails and ridges. The 2-storey high crematorium facility configured in the curvilinear belt along the courtyard has roof structures linked in the way flower petals pinwheel one another, punctuated by a reflective pool at the very heart of the courtyard.

Comfort in the Final Journey

Families in bereavement take the final journey of parting as they encircle the courtyard along a path reminiscent of spiritual spaces with vaulted ceilings and indirect lighting. Towards the cremation alcove, the ceiling rises drastically as a clearstory above a triforum. Upon completion of the path, a meandering garden comforts the bereft. As the water from the mountain flows down and gives life to the garden, one might be reminded of the transfiguration of sorrows in praise of the harmony in nature. The garden shimmers with sunlight, whispers with snowfalls, and dances with spring rains. Season by season, tranquility is discovered and the spirit is renewed. Just as nature was dissolved into a building to rest in the valley, Seoul Memorial Park was embodied in a piece of land art to celebrate life and transfigure sorrows.

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Old August 15th, 2012, 07:15 PM   #112
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Today SAMSUNG beginning construction for SAMSUNG R&D Center in valley area of the Woo-Myun Mountain of Seoul



SAMSUNG R&D Center in valley area of the Woo-Myun Mountain of Seoul
Period : Agust, 2012 ~ May, 2015
Site Area : 46,911㎡
Gross Area : 330,000㎡, 6 Unit(10 floors building)
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Old September 7th, 2012, 03:04 PM   #113
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Sang-Am digital media city(DMC)


























Sang-Am Nurikoom square(bird-eye view)


Sang-Am Nurikoom square(front)







[Seoul lite(Land mark of DMC)--133F, 640M]











DMC stands for Digital Media City, a state-of-the-art digital media entertainment (M&E) cluster, which is located in Sangam-dong over the 569,925 ㎡(172,000 pyeong area). Seoul City plans to complete its construction by 2015.

Sangam is considered a gateway to the northwestern region of Seoul. The DMC will greatly contribute to Korea's positioning in the knowledge-based market of the 21st century through its advanced IT, human resources and entertainment capabilities, already demonstrated through a global phenomenon called Korean Wave. The DMC will be a core element of the new Sangam Millennium City Plan along with the World Cup Stadium, World Cup Park and Eco Village

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The conference hall of Federation of Korean Industries

The conference hall of Federation of Korean Industries (50F, 244M)














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Seoul lite's (Land mark of DMC) project is cancelled
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Old September 11th, 2012, 01:51 PM   #116
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Yongsan 3 area of seoul.
In front of YIBD
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Old September 12th, 2012, 07:55 PM   #117
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very wonderful, I want go to seul
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Old September 20th, 2012, 04:48 PM   #118
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Seoul Hotel Construction Booming

Under construction Hotel 42(red dot)
Prepare construction Hotel 32(blue dot)












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Old October 3rd, 2012, 11:19 PM   #119
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great projects!! all of them!
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great projects!! all of them!
[QUOTE=khoagtvt;98148174]Very interesting subject, regards for putting up

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