The Scale-ing House in South Korea is Made of Basalt-Bricks
Mar 06, 2014 05:13
This Scale-ing House is a project defined by JOHO Architecture in Pangyo, South Korea. This contemporary basalt-brick structure was designed with sustainability in mind, and was completed in September 2013.
Based on the natural convection current, and interesting orientation of space is presented, to allow light to penetrate the rooms.
“The architectural form consists of basalt bricks, general brick, and stainless steel. As well as general brick, about 20,000 basalt bricks, which are the main material to compose the rough surface, are divided into two parts according to their angles and recomposed on the architectural form.”
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