Sunday, March 4, 2012

Design House Of Korea

This unusual house design is twisted, “wrapped” you could say. Dubbed the Wrapping House, this cool Zen style architecture by Korean firm Himma Studio is partially clad in an enclosure of natural iroko wood from ground to the rooftop patio, with glass and concrete peeking through. Nestled on a small corner lot in Heyri Art Valley, Korea, this compact home is big on innovation and imagination. The main entrance at the mouth of the timber enclosure leads you up into the house. The bright, open-concept interiors are framed in vertical wood bars, adding height to the small house. A large picture window creates the illusion of more space, letting the boundless outdoors in. The urban surroundings provide a great contrast to this home’s decidedly Zen interiors, feature wood walls and a peaceful, private atmosphere 

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