theground studio: the hidden depth theground studio: the hidden depth
sep 07, 2012

theground studio: the hidden depth

‘the hidden depth’ by thegroundstudio architects 

as the winning entry for the shop & cafe + pavilion redesign competition, south korean architects theground studio have recently completed ‘the hidden depth’ their proposal to reinvigorate the entrance of the seoul national university main gate and museum. by adding hidden depth through a gradation wall, the site expresses the value of integrating natural surroundings as architectural landscapes. the development demonstrates the location’s background as a perceptual tool for environmental planning.

  completion front view   completion view

  perspective view

 

  construction progress

before site front

before site back

plan

site plan and main plan

elevation and section plan

wall scheme model

  • very refined solution, especially when you see what was there before

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