This design approach for this project, a quite residence area in Canberra, was an attempt at a new kind of space transformation through an interpretation of the traditional Korean architecture and its environment.
Two identical rectangular forms and front facade joining them. Each form represent the private and public space, so it generates a blank space in between two forms. It's call 'Madang' in Korean Architectural terms. This Madang creates as an open space so that it has its own structure, program, the site, and the architecture set up - communicating and creating peoples lives together.
RESIDENTIAL / COMPETITION FINAL LISTS 2014
What we have proposed to meet as much as possible client's modest request was an 'elegant design' created the minimal forms, so it constantly calls and responds to the brand identity. Japanese painting 'The Great Wave off Kanagawa' was key concept of design. Wrapping in many layers timber fins growing in the area, the colour, pattern and the arrangement creates the symbolism of Japanese art.
RETAIL / PROPOSAL 2015
One of client's design briefs was to design the monument of structure that was explicitly created to commemorate the martyrs including Saint Andrew Kim Taegon of their remembrance of historic times and cultural heritage.
So the idea has approached to the forms and materials including ;
Each Stained glass shows Saint Andrew Kim Taegon with the graphics and kept the traditional form of the Catholic Church architecture.
For the shape of the building, the front facade represent the pain and suppress of the Christianity in the past when many Christians were persecuted including Saint Andrew Kim Taegon.
Angled facade directs as a focal point to the Martyrdom in South Korea where Saint Andrew Kim Taegon was executed.
PUBLIC / PROPOSAL 2016
Modern and contemporary Korean restaurant was proposed in Sydney CBD. Number 88 stands for the number of street as other K stands for Korean. so 88K became a single brand identity. Using half-cut traditional Korean roof tile used to the wall to as a Korean feature wall. Using Korean timber posts in high ceiling space also make the dining area enrich.
RETAIL/ PROPOSAL 2014
RETAIL/ PROPOSAL 2014
N27 Architects was appointed to design and contact administration for Sushi Hon branch at MLC Centre.
MLC Centre is designed by Harry Seidler, and it's is honour our project is become a part of his master pieces. Our design shows a mix of influences from Seidler's design concepts ; Curve, international style, and modern.
The palette of materials shows the mixture of old and new in Japanese architecture. The marble represents the concrete and heaviness. Timber veneer shows traditional timber fishing boat.
Cutting the marble in curved shape and Inserting brass strip between marble panels were our big challenge. It is thrilled to see the outcome!
It is located at Australian Square which have designed by Harry Seidler. It was great our project is become a part of his legacy.
Keeping the brand identity was key point of design concept ; Fish Scale tile, Brass and concrete render walls mixed pretty well.
RETAIL/ PROPOSAL 2015
RETAIL / BUILT 2017
In a quite residential suburb, this house was built for a young family. the building consists of public space in the ground and private bedrooms in the first. The kitchen is directly connect to the courtyard. This arrangement creates a buffer zone around the lives of the families, while also providing a sense of communal space.
RESIDENTIAL / BUILT 2016
The key design objective in regard to this proposed, eco-resort in NSW is to achieve a balanced integration between the environmental characteristics of the coastal wetlands site and the creation of built forms. This will offer an ultimate experience, derived from innovative and spirited architecture, set within a highly sustainable framework of energy efficient strategies and principles.
The buildings comprise three key functional elements, being the eco style accommodation including 68 x 1 & 2 Beds Studio shown as blocks and 51 x 3 Beds Units with 10 Accessible units shown as blocks a multi- purpose amenity building comprising café/gym and administration.
RESIDENTIAL / PROPOSAL 2017
Industrial looking cafe become a iconic space at Central Park, Sydney. Minimal selection of colour palates make the foods and beverage look standout. Using Tasmanian solid timber also create the warm and welcoming space as their warm Cappuccino.
RETAIL/ PROPOSAL 2014
It is located in Sydney CBD. the design concept is to represent the symbolic feature of the Golden Temple in the spring time of Kyoto, Japan. A Cherry blossom in the spring season becomes a logo of the brand as a highlight. Timber, Golden and crimson colours are mixed well in front facade, and well represented the Japanese Spring weather.
A locality in the area created the idea of space. It’s simple and cozy colour!! It all brings the unique vibe to be part of the town.