This Building in Seoul has Light Up Windows That Change Color

By: Lacey-Jane Walsh - Published: Jun 18, 2013 • References: &
This impressive new building in the Gangnam district of Seoul has large light-up windows that are sure to grab the attention of passersby. The design team at MVRDV came up with this fantastic flashy design and then brought it to life.

During the day, this building looks fairly normal. The shapes and sizes of the windows might still catch an eye or two, but from a glance it just looks like a large white building; however, after dark, these windows light up and even change color. The building suddenly looks exciting and lively.

People respond well to visuals. Turn on a giant purple light, and like a moth to a flame, people will start to show up. This glowing neon building is sure to attract all kinds of attention. Stats for Color-Changing Architecture Trending: Older & Average
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