- Anke Nunheim
Seoul-based architectural studio MOON HOON often raises questions like ‘Why so serious? Why not laugh more?’. Their effusive and quirky architectural design of Visang House is a response to these questions. One end touches the ground, while the other end stands straight into the sky, nearly like an inchworm. The angled, monumental volume occupies the long plot and presents a new way of creating space. This house is full of small but varied places, and theatre-like stages where it is possible to enjoy movies at a little terrace outside the bedroom.
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