Located in South Korea and designed by architects Hohyun Park and Hyunjoo Kim, the Z-house focuses on spatial composition, relationships among spaces, and circulation. Extensive diagrammatic research was conducted to determine an ideal layout, resulting in a collection of public spaces on the ground floor, with bedrooms above, and ramps rising further to a master suite. The heights of interior volumes, material types, and lighting vary dramatically from room to room, providing residents with a dynamic experience. The exterior of the rectangular lower volumes is clad in basalt and slate, while the curved and angled upper volumes are clad in cedar and black zinc. Carefully integrated terraces, skylights, and indoor planters further contribute to the unique living experience.
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Source: Arch Daily