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Old April 6th, 2008, 09:36 AM   #21
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좋은 사진들을 보내 주셔서 매우 감사합니다. 저는 평소 건축 양식에 꽤 관심을 가지고 있습니다. 특히 전통적인 한국의 건축 양식을 간직하면서도 현대화한 건축 양식에 많은 관심을 가지고 있습니다. 어디서 어떻게 그러한 건축양식을 지닌 사진들을 볼 수 있을까요? 혹시 가능하다면, 좋은 웹사이트를 소개해 줄 수 있는지 궁금합니다.
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Old April 6th, 2008, 03:26 PM   #22
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좋은 사진들을 보내 주셔서 매우 감사합니다. 저는 평소 건축 양식에 꽤 관심을 가지고 있습니다. 특히 전통적인 한국의 건축 양식을 간직하면서도 현대화한 건축 양식에 많은 관심을 가지고 있습니다. 어디서 어떻게 그러한 건축양식을 지닌 사진들을 볼 수 있을까요? 혹시 가능하다면, 좋은 웹사이트를 소개해 줄 수 있는지 궁금합니다.
글쎄요.. 일단, 전통 양식을 살리는 현대건축물은 많지 않은 듯합니다. 예를 들자면, 가까이는 혜화동사무소가 전통 한옥의 구조와 외관을 많이 간직하고 있습니다. 그러면서도 현대적이지요. 그리고 천안시에 있는 독립기념관 같은 경우, 전통미를 계승 차원에서 잘 살리는 '현대건축'이겠습니다. 만약, '전통 양식의 기법을 반영하는 현대건축'으로 개념을 넓힌다면, 조금 더 많은 사례가 있겠습니다. 서울 구도심의 세종문화회관 같은 경우, 처마와 배흘림 양식의 기둥 같은 것이 전통미의 특정 기법을 계승하고 있습니다.

그래서, 사진이나 자료를 모아놓은 웹사이트는 아직 보지 못한 것 같습니다. 생각해보니 그런 사이트가 있다면 정말 재밌고 흥미진진하겠습니다. 저보다는 혹시 좀 더 잘 아는 분이 있어서 답변해준다면, 저로서도 고맙겠습니다. ^.^

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Old April 7th, 2008, 05:40 AM   #23
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National Museum of Korea

* location : Yongsan-gu, Seoul.
* height : -1~6 floor
* land size : 49,117.38mē
* design : Kim Jeong Cheol + Park Seung Hong (Junglim Architects)

this completed at 2004. so it's already a little bit old for this thread. and personally i dislike this flat type of building. but for its several remarkable featrues, I feel this is indispensable for this thread.
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Old April 7th, 2008, 05:41 AM   #24
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Old April 7th, 2008, 06:25 AM   #27
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Boutique Monaco

* location : near Gangnam subway station, and across Teheran-ro from 'Samsung Town' office buldings.
* height : -5~27 floor. 105,6 m
* this building will be completed at this month or the next.

It gets something special besides the design. Above all, it is the heighest - price officetel in korea. so quite remarkable. Originally, Officetel means office + residence (mixed use or optional use) but actually, this building seems to be residence-prior one.
Someone says this one is for VVIP marketing. ('Very Very Important Person') All rooms were sold quickly in spite of the price.


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Old April 7th, 2008, 06:26 AM   #28
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Old April 7th, 2008, 07:20 AM   #31
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I like the Boutique Monaco. Seems like a good place to live. How much is one apartment?
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Old April 7th, 2008, 08:04 AM   #32
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This is where my friend in Korea works. It's called the pregnant lady by some people.
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Old April 7th, 2008, 08:05 AM   #33
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I like the Boutique Monaco. Seems like a good place to live. How much is one apartment?
yep. according to the news article, there are various type of units, 42~90평형 (138 ~ 297 square-meters ).
as u know, generally, officetel is relatively cheaper than apartments in korea, however expensive the officetel is. So, range of 11억 ~27억원 could be affordable.. (I did exchage rate at daum.net now lol., then it will be 1.13 ~ 2.77 milion USD)
and It's just the contract price initially, so the market price will be higher rapidly.
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Old April 7th, 2008, 08:08 AM   #34
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This is where my friend in Korea works. It's called the pregnant lady by some people.
that's Dongbu Finance Center. but yeah,, really looks like 'the pregnant lady' after hearing that from you. lol.
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Yup, I love the architecture in Korea. Even the smaller scale architecture is infused with modernity and style.
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Old April 7th, 2008, 02:29 PM   #36
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글쎄요.. 일단, 전통 양식을 살리는 현대건축물은 많지 않은 듯합니다. 예를 들자면, 가까이는 혜화동사무소가 전통 한옥의 구조와 외관을 많이 간직하고 있습니다. 그러면서도 현대적이지요. 그리고 천안시에 있는 독립기념관 같은 경우, 전통미를 계승 차원에서 잘 살리는 '현대건축'이겠습니다. 만약, '전통 양식의 기법을 반영하는 현대건축'으로 개념을 넓힌다면, 조금 더 많은 사례가 있겠습니다. 서울 구도심의 세종문화회관 같은 경우, 처마와 배흘림 양식의 기둥 같은 것이 전통미의 특정 기법을 계승하고 있습니다.

그래서, 사진이나 자료를 모아놓은 웹사이트는 아직 보지 못한 것 같습니다. 생각해보니 그런 사이트가 있다면 정말 재밌고 흥미진진하겠습니다. 저보다는 혹시 좀 더 잘 아는 분이 있어서 답변해준다면, 저로서도 고맙겠습니다. ^.^
Thanks for the info. If I get the chance to check out the buildings in Seoul
& Cheonan that you mentioned I will do so. I agree, if there was a web-site
with info on modern Korean architecture influenced by traditional styles I
would be very interested in it. I actually hope that now South Korea has
become economically strong it will be able to assert it's own identity to some
extent thru the modern buildings it constructs. And if it can incorporate
it's cutting edge technical abilities into a new 21st century Korean architectural
style, this would be all the better.
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yep. according to the news article, there are various type of units, 42~90평형 (138 ~ 297 square-meters ).
These seem very large for officetel units. What is it that differentiates an officetel from an apartment? I always thought an officetel was a studio type situation, but these floor sizes suggest that is not the case.
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These seem very large for officetel units. What is it that differentiates an officetel from an apartment? I always thought an officetel was a studio type situation, but these floor sizes suggest that is not the case.
as i know, american 'studio' seems similar with korean 'one-room'. but korean officetel has some various types of units, although originally it has the same concept with studios.
at first, officetel appeared for the mixed use of office + residence for small businesses (SOHO offices), but now, more and more residence-prior officetel have been presented, although being under standard regulations such as toilet size, bedroom size, and partition materials. and in fact, officetel is generally free from resale regulations and different tax imposed and relatively cheap, so popular among some investors (or even speculators).


you can see the floor plans as follows (case of an officetel in Ilsan) :

23 pyeong type


49 & 52 pyeong type


as you can see, generally big size types are much more similar to apartments on its floor design. but under the several regulations on part size, materials, etc, officetel is generally inferior to apartments..

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Thanks for the info. If I get the chance to check out the buildings in Seoul
& Cheonan that you mentioned I will do so. I agree, if there was a web-site
with info on modern Korean architecture influenced by traditional styles I
would be very interested in it. I actually hope that now South Korea has
become economically strong it will be able to assert it's own identity to some
extent thru the modern buildings it constructs. And if it can incorporate
it's cutting edge technical abilities into a new 21st century Korean architectural style, this would be all the better.
yep. I feel so too. thanx.

and about the pics of the architectures which I mentioned, I can upload on another thread of mine. it's very easy work just taking ten or more minutes. lol.
if u don't mind, i hope you enjoy those on 'korea style image collection' thread
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