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Old March 6th, 2008, 10:54 PM   #81
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huge hole of the "Seoul IFC" on the lower side of the picture ...
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Old March 9th, 2008, 02:38 PM   #82
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Old March 9th, 2008, 02:40 PM   #83
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Please change into SEOUL | Yeouido Parc1 | 990 ft | 302m | 69 fl | 889 ft | 272m | 59 fl | U/C
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Old March 9th, 2008, 03:40 PM   #84
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One of the buildings is truly massive!
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Old March 9th, 2008, 04:06 PM   #85
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Old March 9th, 2008, 05:39 PM   #86
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yeah the buildings look trully amaizing
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Old March 11th, 2008, 04:37 PM   #87
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I'll try to put up some more pictures when I get time. I only know how to post links...I can't seem to get the actual photos to appear. But I guess links are okay for you guys?

I'm actually about to end my full-time involvement in the project. We've completed the overall design phase and we're about to hand over to a local Korean structural firm which will do the detailed design, that is, reinforcement layout drawings and detailed steelwork connections etc. I'm supposed to be going over to Seoul next month for 2 weeks, but not sure it's happening. If it is, there will be a lot of photos!
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Old March 11th, 2008, 04:40 PM   #88
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unbelievable i love this tower reminds me of the one in hong kong
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Old March 11th, 2008, 10:17 PM   #89
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unbelievable i love this tower reminds me of the one in hong kong
u talking about the HSBC-Tower? .. yes looks a little bit like this =)
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Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

The office towers (one at 330m in height, the other at 258m), will complement each other in architectural design. Providing a dramatic backdrop to the retail complex.

The key structural elements of the towers will be legible on the façade to illustrate the structural design of the towers. At the base of the towers, there will be a landscaped sunken courtyard, which will provide an entry-point into the towers and retail, as well as creating an enclosed green space for the local workers.

A vertical circulation strategy that employs sky lobbies and express lifts will be used to reduce the overall number of lifts, and therefore the core area. In order to further increase the usable floor area, the main passenger lifts will be relocated from the main cores to the external envelops. This will also serve to make the building more dynamic, and to accentuate the slenderness of the towers and the legibility of the building form. Uninterrupted views will be achieved by eliminating corner columns.

The 400-room hotel building forms the southern entry point to the retail mall. The hotel building is linked to the retail by a seven-storey atrium space which not only serves as a direct connection, and also serves as a pre-function space to the ballroom facilities in the basement.

The massing of the hotel will be articulated by two blocks of differing heights, with standard rooms located in the lower block, and ‘executive’ rooms located in the taller block facing a major event plaza. At the top of the hotel, there will be a luxury restaurant and executive club lounge. At the base of the hotel, there will be a three-storey restaurant and bar, underneath which will be the ballroom and pre-function spaces. In addition to the ground level atrium link, there will be connections to the basement levels.


Elevation of offices, retail and hotel:


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Plan level 1:


Office sections (first one through cores)




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Short section through retail:


Hotel:


Renderings of the entrances and lobbies of the office towers:










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Old March 27th, 2008, 04:39 PM   #91
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The key structural elements of the towers will be legible on the façade to illustrate the structural design of the towers. At the base of the towers, there will be a landscaped sunken courtyard, which will provide an entry-point into the towers and retail, as well as creating an enclosed green space for the local workers.
The sunken garden is probably being scrapped. We just spent 6 months trying to sort the damn thing out and they've decided they probably don't want it because they need better access to the towers at ground level. Oh well, it keeps us employed.
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Construction Update-Yeouido IBD-2008.3.28-Samsung Construction!



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Parc1's Information!!

Parc 1 will be a major new mixed-use centre in Seoul, South Korea. The development comprises of a major retail mall, two landmark speculative office towers and a luxury hotel. The 4.6-hectare site is located in Yeouido island, one of Seoul’s three designated central business districts. The site is in the heart of the district, adjacent to Yeouido Park and the Han River. It is one of the few remaining sites in this area available for large-scale development, and has been singled out for regeneration by the city authority.

The 635,000 sq m scheme consists of four main components: a 120,000 sq m retail complex; two office towers totalling 270,000 sq m; a 400-room hotel with a ballroom and a roof-top restaurant a large car park and support facilities in the basement.

Public transport infrastructure to Yeouido is well developed, with three linked bridges, various bus lines and two main subway lines. The development will potentially be connected to the subway stations via new underground links. A local bus interchange will be located at the front entrance of the mall.

When completed, the larger of the two towers will be one of the tallest office buildings in Seoul. The retail complex will also be one of the largest of its kind in Seoul, with seven levels above ground and seven below ground for plant and parking. There will be a multi-purpose events space at level five, in addition to an exhibition plaza at ground level of the retail mall.

Richard Rogers Partnership, in conjunction with Samoo Architects & Engineers and Arup, was commissioned by Skylan Development to undertake a ‘Preliminary Feasibility and Concept Establishment Phase’ in August 2003. Construction on site began in 2007.


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Location Seoul, South Korea
Type Office / Retail / Hotel
Dates 1998 - 2005

Area

Total Area 635,000 m²
Site Area 4.64 hectares

Office Tower 1
Gross Internal Area 154,000 m²
Height 330 m
Storeys above ground 68

Office Tower 2
Gross Internal Area 114,000 m²
Height 258 m
Storeys above ground 52

Retail
Gross Internal Area 120,000 m²
Height 49 m
Storeys above ground 9

Hotel
Gross Internal Area 38,000 m²
Height 126 m
Storeys above ground 31

Car Park
Gross Internal Area 165,000 m²

Plant
Gross Internal Area 42,000 m²


Client Skylan Developments

The Architect Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

Team
Jimmy Abatti, Natxo Alonso, Torsten Burkhardt, Suzanna Clapham Martin Cook, Kelly Darlington, Ben Darras, David Donaldson, Mike Fairbrass, Alba Fernancez Arias, Michail Floros, Benjamin Garcia, Angela Gates, Lennart Grut, Alex Haw, Mimi Hawley, Ivan Harbour, Dennis Ho, Augustine Igbanugo, Jun Ito, Masaki Kakizoe Amo Kalsi, Jaspa Kalsi, Sang Lee, Shu Lee, Veronique Letellier, Jose Llerena, Steve Martin, Alberto Morselli, Otto Ng, Young-In Oh, Elizabeth Oliver, Christoph Palmen, Chi Park, Richard Paul, Richard Rogers, Carlos Parraja-Botero, Leonardo Pelleriti, Barbara Perez Marina, Laura Salisbury, Andrei Saltykov, Heeri Song, Neil Southard, Stephen Spence, Simon Tonks, Will Thorne, Yoshi Uchiyama Jonathan Voss, Jinbok Wee, Adrian Williams, Chul-Hee Yoon, Nicholas Zervoglos, Alex Zimmerman

Co-Architect Samoo Architects & Engineers

Retail architect RTKL UK Ltd

Structural Engineer Arup/ DongYang Structural Engineers Co. Ltd

Services Engineer Arup /HIMEC Consultants

Quantity Surveyor Davis Langdon / Seah Korea

Project Mananger Arup

Landscape Design Martha Schwartz & Partners / Studio id

Fire Safety Arup Fire/Korean Fire Protection Engineering Co.Ltd

Vertical Transportation Arup VT

Acoustics Arup Acoustics

Daylighting Arup Lighting

Lighting Consultants Isometrix Lighting + Design

Contractor Samsung Engineering & Construction
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The office towers (one at 330m in height, the other at 258m), will complement each other in architectural design. Providing a dramatic backdrop to the retail complex...........


the compulsory regulation installing the heliport on the top of building was gotten rid of in korea lately.
personally, the element of heliport seems suck.. !
Can't the design about the top part re-design, excluding the heliport?
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Old March 28th, 2008, 04:16 PM   #96
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the compulsory regulation installing the heliport on the top of building was gotten rid of in korea lately.
personally, the element of heliport seems suck.. !
Can't the design about the top part re-design, excluding the heliport?
It isn't necessarily for commercial use. The space at the top of the towers is reserved for the military - there will be a surface to air missile launcher and also anti-aircraft guns. They need access from the air.
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Jimmy Abatti, Natxo Alonso, Torsten Burkhardt, Suzanna Clapham Martin Cook, Kelly Darlington, Ben Darras, David Donaldson, Mike Fairbrass, Alba Fernancez Arias, Michail Floros, Benjamin Garcia, Angela Gates, Lennart Grut, Alex Haw, Mimi Hawley, Ivan Harbour, Dennis Ho, Augustine Igbanugo, Jun Ito, Masaki Kakizoe Amo Kalsi, Jaspa Kalsi, Sang Lee, Shu Lee, Veronique Letellier, Jose Llerena, Steve Martin, Alberto Morselli, Otto Ng, Young-In Oh, Elizabeth Oliver, Christoph Palmen, Chi Park, Richard Paul, Richard Rogers, Carlos Parraja-Botero, Leonardo Pelleriti, Barbara Perez Marina, Laura Salisbury, Andrei Saltykov, Heeri Song, Neil Southard, Stephen Spence, Simon Tonks, Will Thorne, Yoshi Uchiyama Jonathan Voss, Jinbok Wee, Adrian Williams, Chul-Hee Yoon, Nicholas Zervoglos, Alex Zimmerman
This is very detailed - where did you get this list??. You've even got the name of the work experience person who does the photocopying! A couple of these people aren't working on the project anymore. This is only the RSH&P people...the whole project team is much bigger than this.
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Old March 29th, 2008, 05:25 AM   #98
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It isn't necessarily for commercial use. The space at the top of the towers is reserved for the military - there will be a surface to air missile launcher and also anti-aircraft guns. They need access from the air.
Oh,, I see. I didn't expect that defense use of it. good.
but i still wish that elements could be covered with facade or something.. for being never seen from the street level.. hmm.. just personal preference, nvm.
anyway, thanx for your tip..
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Old March 31st, 2008, 06:30 PM   #100
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The first two pictures are VERY old - that design was out-of-date even when I started on the project over a year ago. The others are great though!
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