This extraordinary building is located on the northern edge of Korea's capital, near Buchangsan National Park. The topography of the area encourages architects to make maximum use of the available space.
One of the requirements of future owners was to create a building that fits harmoniously into the natural landscape, as well as having its own specific character and soul. The external shape is reminiscent of a carved crown with sharp prongs or an incredible flower blossoming in the mountains.
The house is an intricate reinforced concrete structure with broken lines and sharp angles. Throughout the three levels, the perfect mirror symmetry of the two parts is maintained, it brings harmony to the chaos of endless refractions.
Notice how the outer walls have been turned into a real "armor," enveloping the building like a cocoon. It is diluted only by small triangular shaped windows. Behind unapproachable facades hides an original living pavilion.