unsangdong architects: dancing apartment, south korea unsangdong architects: dancing apartment, south korea
mar 04, 2009

unsangdong architects: dancing apartment, south korea

‘dancing apartment’ by unsangdong architects image courtesy unsangdong architects

 

 

 

‘dancing apartment’ has been designed by korean firm unsangdong architects. located in south korea, the apartments are built using oblique lines in which each unit consists of a terrace.

the building consists of various community spaces which include parks, leisure facilities, event space, a library, media space and performance space.

 

 

‘dancing apartment’ terrace detail image courtesy unsangdong architects

 

 

‘dancing apartment’ terrace detail image courtesy unsangdong architects

 

 

‘dancing apartment’ terrace detail image courtesy unsangdong architects

 

‘dancing apartment’ computer rendering of building structure image courtesy unsangdong architects

 

 

‘dancing apartment’ computer rendering of building structure image courtesy unsangdong architects

 

 

‘dancing apartment’ side view plan image courtesy unsangdong architects

 

 

‘dancing apartment’ diagram showing the various community spaces image courtesy unsangdong architects

 

jang, yoon gyoo of unsangdong architects image courtesy unsangdong architects

  • That’s very interesting design,the building is dancing and very creative.
    Very full of air & space design.
    I like it very much,esp the outside with “S” shape and nice landscaping. 🙂

    Minasa says:
  • i don’t.

    ms says:
  • Clever use of the swimming pool at high level to act as a movement / seismic damper….

    Doc Holliday says:

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