The condition of architecture oriented to outside view from inner space is placed on maximization of length of openings facing with sea and beach. Within given floor area ratio, void space in center can be decent solution to make more seats viewing scenery. This was embodied by stacking long and sequential spaces that had various heights and were connected each other via a bridge. Wide and long corridor bearing seating space with ocean view deliver internally void in the center and, at the same time, embraces more and diverse scenes from outside.
Gijang Waveon, Gijang-gun, Republic of Korea, 2016
Architect: Heesoo Kwak and IDMM Architects
Structure: RC Exterior
Area: 497.33 sqm