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  7. Casamoro Condominiums / G.Lab*

Casamoro Condominiums / G.Lab*

  • 01:00 - 11 November, 2009
Casamoro Condominiums / G.Lab*
Casamoro Condominiums / G.Lab*, Courtesy of G.Lab*
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  • Architects

  • Location

    Hongcheon, South Korea
  • Architect

    G.Lab* By Gansam Partners
  • Project Architect

    Chuloh Jung
  • Design Team

    Lawrence Ha, Choonggu Ji, Binhee Joo, Heejoo Park, Miran Cho, Jee-Eun Kim
  • Client

    Sangtae Kim
  • Area

    2200.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2009
  • Photographs

    Courtesy of G.Lab*

From the architect. Casamoro Condominiums are set on the northern bank of the Han River, there are three units, with views of the river and more specifically, each unit corresponds to a specific terrain feature on the opposite bank. Parking space in on the second level and immediately offers a pleasant view of the river. The condominium units are then elevated above, allowing for added privacy and enhanced views.

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The floating units reveal a communal café space below with access to the waterfront. The orientation of the individual units and elevated presence provides secure privacy for personal and intimate leisure. A country sanctuary for those who wish for a peaceful meditative escape from the city, nestled with in residential suburb, the Casamoro condominiums offers unparallel views and modern texture.

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14 Comments

Ray · December 15, 2010

I'm actually partial to smaller living spaces, but these just don't work in my opinion. Also looks cheap.

BROSALIN · November 14, 2009

?? .?? ???, ??????????

Glazed · November 13, 2009

Massing seems very Steven Holl to me. I'd bet 4:1 odds the architect interned for him.

Jubair Siddeeque · November 13, 2009

the volumes are not balanced

HOON · November 12, 2009

INITIAL IDEA WAS GREAT BUT IT'S TRU THAT IT IS REALLY DIFFICULT TO MAKE THAT IDEA GROW AND BE MATURE.....

Gatz · November 12, 2009

Qué espacios más sórdidos, cuánta amargura!
Volumetría... arquitectura del objeto.

Jin · November 12, 2009

so cheap..

moreno · November 12, 2009

sad

Stefan · November 12, 2009

Cool on the outside, terrible inside space

adf · November 12, 2009

What an inspired idea!

Arnold · November 12, 2009

out of context. Modern, but... This architectural solution would fit in the CITY, but not in the country or \tvillage.

Alan Su · November 12, 2009

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(via @archdaily) for three units condo, lucky to be a tenant in this

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