On the banks of South Korea’s Han River, a deconstructivist residential complex by Seoul-based IROJE KHM Architects sits in marked contrast to the modest neighboring dwellings. The complex employs nautical aesthetic cues and engages the riverfront with glass facades and an expansive communal outdoor space and pool. Sharply angled, intersecting floors and roofs create dynamic interior spaces. No two units are exactly the same. Rough concrete surfaces and exposed metal structural elements create an honest, raw environment inside. A subtle white and grey color scheme allows the dramatic building form to be the primary, defining element of the structure.
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