Textual content description supplied by the architects. The household determined to demolish the previous home they’d lived in for a very long time and construct a brand new one in the identical place. As a result of it was the place they’d lived for a very long time, they knew the professionals and cons of the location. In addition they had an expertise residing in numerous homes, which gave them a excessive understanding and expectation of what sort of home was proper for the household. The location is positioned within the nook of a district the place an analogous form of homes was constructed repeatedly. Three of the 4 sides are in touch with a ramp, and the peak distinction between the west and east sides of the location is 4.9 meters.
The dimensions of the home was a job in the course of the plan. The general scale was deliberate to be bigger than the encompassing buildings within the session stage with the household. It was initially a two-story home in the course of the early research, however the household wished so as to add a 3rd flooring. The compulsory sloping roof of the district code made this home even bigger. Additionally, the strong fence for privateness has grow to be one other component that makes the home’s quantity much more important than the encompassing.
The developer constructed many of the homes within the district with bricks, and somewhat than a single quantity, they consisted of segmented volumes and roofs. Using the attribute parts of the encompassing might harmonize with the encompassing context and clear up the issue of the scale elevated by the necessities. The structure was divided into a number of volumes and lifted the third from the second flooring. Roofs had been sloped in two completely different instructions. In keeping with a single common materials, the bulkiness was divided into layers with a concrete slab strip, and the bricks had been utilized in three completely different patterns.
In spite of everything, the component of acquainted pink brick homes generally seen in Korea was the motif. Customary parts from Korea and overseas had been reinterpreted or blended in numerous methods in order to not be too new or cliché. A typical instance is a pillar with a standard Korean door. This pillar wanted an applicable measurement to obtain 4 pairs of doorways. Simply because the structure offsets the sense of quantity, the posts had been additionally divided into 4 vertical items and iron bands. The central iron column used the component from Mies Van der Rohe, the mix of wooden and metallic column was from Carlo Scarpa, and the iron band was a component seen in Korean conventional architectural property.
As vital because the design parts had been visible openness and privateness coexistence. For the reason that consumer’s household loved out of doors life, they wished to have entry to the outside from anyplace in the home inside preserving privateness. The primary flooring was a household house that was partitioned with doorways as an alternative of partitions so rooms might open flexibly to the backyard. The second flooring was a non-public house, and the composition was fairly completely different from the primary flooring. The home windows had been minimized to cut back publicity, and the peak of the terrace railing was hiding most of them. Each room had particular person terraces for out of doors entry. The hallway was additionally designed with a courtyard to permit air flow and lightweight with out home windows uncovered to the skin. These strategies permitted each curtains and home windows open whereas defending privateness.
The inside house has a way of openness and connection between the flooring. The void house of the doorway vertically connects the primary and second flooring, and the courtyard proper subsequent to the void connects the second and third flooring. The wall between the primary bed room and loo is in need of creating openness even when doorways are closed. The doorways had been designed to interrupt the boundaries between the rooms when they’re opened. This technique connects the home vertically and horizontally.
Acquainted parts can simply match into the encompassing context and supply consolation whereas opposing parts can fulfill numerous necessities. Jeokhoje created one thing new by gathering commonplace options and was accomplished by way of opposing parts. The dimensions and traits had been meant to create concord with the neighbors, and it needed to fulfill privateness with visible openness concurrently. Though the home borrowed acquainted supplies and strategies from the encompassing, its reinterpretation of it’s new. Moreover, it’s a work glad and harmonized from the standpoint of people and the general public by way of parts of reverse and familiarity.