Object: Daeyang, South Korea, Seoul
Architect: Stephen Hall
Facade panels corten: Zahner
Object status: completed in 2012
Daeyang is a private gallery and apartment building in the mountainous area of Seoul. The main idea of forming the geometry of the building was the sketch, created in 1967 for the score of composer István Anhalt “Symphony of Modules”.
The house has a total area of 10 703 sq.m. It consists of three pavilions, interconnected by the water surface of the outdoor pool. The glazing of the facade, applied here so thoroughly and on the walls and stripes on the roof, opens the interior of the house. The transparency of the glass shows how the interior can change during the day or with the change of seasons.
Facade panels. Corten
Velvety rusty facade panels from the core steel stand out above the concrete walls of the house. A translucent facade allows you to note how the red charcoal of moraine wood on the interior design of the interior is complemented by the facade in the performance of court-steel.