This striking architectural beauty is what the Gimpo Art Hall in South Korea will look like once construction begins in 2010. The design was proposed by Seoul architects G.Lab* of Gansam Partners, and is meant to become a major destination for the people of the city.
According to Dezeen, the design of the Gimpo Art Hall, with its almost broken-glass-like facade, was inspired by the image of a tree (and its branches) and symbolizes the area’s agricultural history.
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