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  7. Naegok V house / jhy architect & associates

Naegok V house / jhy architect & associates

  • 01:00 - 3 June, 2013
Naegok V house / jhy architect & associates
© Kyung sub, Shin
© Kyung sub, Shin

© Kyung sub, Shin © Kyung sub, Shin © Kyung sub, Shin © Kyung sub, Shin + 39

  • Strutural Team

    Moa eng
  • Mechanical Team

    Timetech
  • Electrical Team

    Shinhan ele
  • Construction Team

    Homesys korea
  • Site Area

    327.77 m2
  • Building Area

    152.026 m2
© Kyung sub, Shin
© Kyung sub, Shin

© Kyung sub, Shin
© Kyung sub, Shin

The project is sited in a greenbelt zone of the south of Seoul, a region rich with green nature and springs. It has an atypical boundary, which is prominent feature for design site plan, comes from a redefinition of park zone on the north mountain, Guryong-san. Architect started to design Cheon_kyung_jae with site plan which could accomplish "open view" and "closed privacy"."V" shape site plan which could accomplish spatial extraversion and introversion composed with a spring at the center as well as help to divide the volume to be seen the house proper from a pedestrian level. The project ventures how the house could absorb breathtaking scenery with friendly view from road level which is 3m lower than a ground, offering a diverse view and mutual intersection of exterior and interior space. This project highlights the composition of architectural and environmental features which motivate our senses to recognize space and materials ahead of the rational, as well as “high quality environmental ability” which is the central to the house criteria.

© Kyung sub, Shin
© Kyung sub, Shin

A main approach from the street level runs under the cheon_kyng_jae with stairways to the ground level where back yard and park area shown up to welcome. The architect decided to use garage of old house for under path entrance sequence not only reduce a cutting and fill up ground but also emphasize poetic scene of back yard with natural light and ventilation. After the second entrance, picturesque scene composed of water, rock, pine tree, mountain come into sight which represents the value of this house.

© Kyung sub, Shin
© Kyung sub, Shin

The architectural language, composed of straight lines, sharp angles and points of inflection, comes from the edge of the site, applied uniformly to this project interior and exterior as well. Various angles, above all, represent the spatial order and the metaphor of dynamism of life through interior elements. A waffle shaped ceiling element contains light and ventilation system in the living room is the specially designed sculptural element which makes space deeper visually through mirror effect.

Plan
Plan

This project incorporates high insulation factor, triple low-e glass window system, dehumidification by underground water, heat exchanger during the ventilation, integration of energy from photovoltaic, retrieval underground water, etc. to accomplish high quality environmental ability. Brick and staco-flex with outside insulation mainly used for exterior finish are carefully chosen by means of the sustainability as well as the possibility of material’s expression. Twisted brick walls, for instance, face the spring at the center of the house, remind swimming fishes in the water according to the sun position.

Cite: "Naegok V house / jhy architect & associates" 03 Jun 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/379442/naegok-v-house-jhy-architect-and-associates/> ISSN 0719-8884
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