A Minimalist Brick House in Hyojadong, South Korea

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Today’s home function is situated at Hyoja-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea which is why it’s referred to as the House in Hyojadong. This is a 3 storey personal house with an space of 194 sq. meters or 2088 sq. ft. The home clearly stands out from the remainder of the houses within the neighborhood due to its pretty design. The home-owner made positive that a sure space of the home is allotted for pure landscaping. A courtyard is intimately enclosed within the D-formed mass of the home. It has various flooring ranges that divide the size of the home and combine it within the neighborhoods numerous designs. The floor flooring incorporates the dwelling space, eating and kitchen. In the second flooring, yow will discover the visitor bed room, household room and main bedroom. All these areas face the courtyard permitting them a great view of the outside landscaping particularly that tumbler sliding partitions are used. Meanwhile, you’ll be able to see a single studio area within the third flooring space with entry to 2 roof terraces. The entrance terrace offers views of the town whereas the again terrace opens to the mountains. Since the home is situated alongside a busy road, solely few home windows have been positioned on the facade so as to add privateness to the house. Check out this Korean house under:

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The home is situated alongside the road however nonetheless retains privateness by way of the courtyard and by putting minimal variety of home windows on the facade.

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Definitely an city house simply with the seems of it!

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You can see right here the 2 separate roof terraces we’ve got talked about earlier. The middle half is the studio sort room.

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This is the central courtyard that provides nature’s contact to the house regardless of being situated within the metropolis.

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A household room within the second flooring has a minimal design. The space rug defines the area and added life to it.

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A inexperienced couch is used right here however the space nonetheless maintained the minimalist look through the use of wooden in most elements of it.

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A dwelling space is seen right here with some partitions that double as storage and show space.

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We love the wall decor with the phrase “love”. It breaks the monotone of colours within the inside.

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Seen right here is the foyer. The home used pure oak flooring, ash veneer, plywood, and paint within the inside.

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Modern, up to date and minimal- these are phrases that greatest describe their small kitchen.

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A modular kitchen with tiled backsplash and grey end simply seemed good on this home.

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Even this main bedroom appears minimal utilizing white for the curtain, mattress covers and different elements of it.

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We’d guess that that is the visitor room. We just like the headboard lights in it!

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This space results in the toilet which positive is minimal too and makes use of wooden in its cupboards.

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Sliding glass partitions are used which permits the entry of pure mild to the house.

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White stairs resulting in the higher degree of the home. The exterior of the home makes use of salvaged brick which permits it to mix with the neighborhood and mirror the patterns seen within the Kyongbok Palace which is simply close to the house. The structure of the home additionally makes use of recessed and protruding home windows so as to add depth to house’s look. You have noticed within the photographs above that the inside are of minimalist design utilizing wooden and paint. This home is designed by architects Min Soh, Gusang Architectural Group and Kyoungtae Kim.

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