To get to its current position so quickly, South Korea needed to stay lean and drop any unnecessary weight during its rise. Some argued that the sacrifice was made in some questionable sectors, namely safety oversight in construction. Now that it’s a global super power many of its buildings are falling apart. Read more.  To get to its current position so quickly, South Korea needed to stay lean and drop any unnecessary weight during its rise. Some argued that the sacrifice was made in some questionable sectors, namely safety oversight in construction. Now that it’s a global super power many of its buildings are falling apart. Read more. 

To get to its current position so quickly, South Korea needed to stay lean and drop any unnecessary weight during its rise. Some argued that the sacrifice was made in some questionable sectors, namely safety oversight in construction. Now that it’s a global super power many of its buildings are falling apart. Read more

Inspired bySouth Korean artist Do Ho Suh, whose new gallery exhibition is titled “Home Within Home Within Home Within Home Within Home,” Architizer brings you our favorite Seoul-ful homes! Inspired bySouth Korean artist Do Ho Suh, whose new gallery exhibition is titled “Home Within Home Within Home Within Home Within Home,” Architizer brings you our favorite Seoul-ful homes!

Inspired bySouth Korean artist Do Ho Suh, whose new gallery exhibition is titled “Home Within Home Within Home Within Home Within Home,” Architizer brings you our favorite Seoul-ful homes!

(Source: architizer.com)

Rest Hole by UTAA Architects Rest Hole by UTAA Architects Rest Hole by UTAA Architects Rest Hole by UTAA Architects
Check out this Incredible Curving House! Check out this Incredible Curving House! Check out this Incredible Curving House! Check out this Incredible Curving House! Check out this Incredible Curving House!
Panorama House by Moon Hoon in Ochang-eup, South Korea Panorama House by Moon Hoon in Ochang-eup, South Korea
M-House, Korea. M-House, Korea. M-House, Korea. M-House, Korea.
The Ananti Club, Seoul.
Swiss architect and programmer Michael Hansmeyer has designed the most intricately designed columns on earth made, using a custom algorithm developed by Pixar.  Swiss architect and programmer Michael Hansmeyer has designed the most intricately designed columns on earth made, using a custom algorithm developed by Pixar. 
Lotte Supertower
Architecture of the Home: Do Ho Suh Architecture of the Home: Do Ho Suh Architecture of the Home: Do Ho Suh
Twin Tree Towers by BCHO Architects Associates, Seoul
Lim Geo Dang in South Korea by IROJE KHM Architects. 
A tree grows in concrete.
Lim Geo Dang in South Korea by IROJE KHM Architects.