Korean Irregular Form Residence by IROJE KHM Architects

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Korean Irregular Form Residence by IROJE KHM Architects (14)

The brilliant concept of the IROJE KHM Architects home stems from the irregularity of the site on which it is built, and the overall undulating theme was absolutely not done on a whim. Sitting at a modest 1750 square feet, this home has an all over appeal, and a whole lot of places to really get lost in the architecture.

Crafted mostly from concrete, this structure is a wonder in itself. Not only is the space a multi-use family home with an office area and residential space; a floating bamboo garden is also to be admired on the upper level of the home. There is no detail left unturned in the home’s interior. Wood paneling on the ceiling all laid in a linear fashion, curved copper tiles on the exterior– this space has got it all in an exceptional way.

Korean Irregular Form Residence by IROJE KHM Architects (13)

Korean Irregular Form Residence by IROJE KHM Architects (12)

Korean Irregular Form Residence by IROJE KHM Architects (11)

Korean Irregular Form Residence by IROJE KHM Architects (10)

Korean Irregular Form Residence by IROJE KHM Architects (9)

Korean Irregular Form Residence by IROJE KHM Architects (8)

Korean Irregular Form Residence by IROJE KHM Architects (7)

Korean Irregular Form Residence by IROJE KHM Architects (6)

Korean Irregular Form Residence by IROJE KHM Architects (5)

Korean Irregular Form Residence by IROJE KHM Architects (4)

Korean Irregular Form Residence by IROJE KHM Architects (3)

Korean Irregular Form Residence by IROJE KHM Architects (2)

Korean Irregular Form Residence by IROJE KHM Architects (1)

Via: ArchDaily | Photos: JongOh Kim

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