A,E,A architecture creates volumetric H-1115-7 building in korea
A,E,A architecture creates volumetric H-1115-7 building in korea A,E,A architecture creates volumetric H-1115-7 building in korea
aug 28, 2015

A,E,A architecture creates volumetric H-1115-7 building in korea

A,E,A architecture creates volumetric H-1115-7 building in korea
all images courtesy of kim yong kwan




according to the client’s program, ‘H 1115-7’ is a three volume structure that anchors itself within a small residential area of hyangchon-dong, sacheon-si, kyungsangnam-do, south korea. standing at a total of 814m2, the building is made predominately of brick, with design by A,E,A architecture.

parking and entrance





during the creation process, different programs were divided into several volumes, which were then rearranged and combined to form a single, cohesive structure. in total, three heavy vertical forms contrast against a lighter, horizontal polycarbonate layer.

AEA architecture H-1115-7 building korea designboom
view from across the street

exterior details

southern façade

AEA architecture H-1115-7 building korea designboom
roof garden

building fits in with the surrounding quiet residential area

AEA architecture H-1115-7 building korea designboom
living room on the 3rd floor

1F plan

3rd floor plan

elevation north-west

section 1



project info:


project: H 1115-7
architects: A.E.A (atelier espace architects)
location: 1115-7 hyangchon-dong, sacheon-si, kyungsangnam-do, south korea
structure: RC
construction area: 295.91m2
gross area: 814.68m2
project years: 2014-2015
photography: kim yong kwan



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