Red Square House by ArchiWorkshop

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Discover Red Square House in Bucheon, a suburb of Seoul, by ArchiWorkshop. The clients wanted a home where three generations can live – grandparents, a young couple and their children

One of the great charms of rural houses is that there are gardens. Young couples expressed their desire to use both the first floor garden and the terrace area with the rooftop room. The total floor area is 66 pyong, and the area that can be used by couples is not so large except for the generation of parents and the rental households. Nevertheless, we have begun to think about the space in which a generation can write three floors. The reason is that it was expected that the space beyond the space divided by the floor could come out. – from the architects

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Photography Nam-Sun Lee 
courtesy of ArchiWorkshop