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Concrete Architecture in Japan

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Oct 21, 2014 01:08 AM
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by ESLTeam last modified Oct 20, 2014

Beautiful concrete architecture in the Japanese landscape. While concrete as a material is known to be cold and simplistic, when you turn it into beautiful architecture it can take on a life of its own! This combination house / library was built in the South Korean countryside, designed by Seoul-based Studio GAON. Modern concrete architecture with a view. The couple wanted the house to be small and cozy, but they wanted the library spacious and high. With high ceilings track lighting plays a large role in the design of this home, keeping the home functional, clean and well lit. The use of wood in the interior definitely warms up the aesthetic of this home, especially considering the exterior. Modern design studio and library. We have no doubt work gets done in this library and a fun life is lived in the rest of the home. Good design typically leads to a better life, in our opinion.... Images: Dezeen






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