The Nok Sung Hun House is Visually Stimulating and Angular

By: Gil Haddi - Published: Nov 18, 2012 • References: irojekhm &
Designed by Architects Iroje Kimhyoman, the Nok Sung Hun house is a giant angular structure that transforms the landscape around it.

With all of the prismatic angles and facets of its exterior, this home stands out like a jewel sticking out of the ground, creating a dynamic and visually interesting focal point in the surrounding neighborhood. Generously sized windows surrounded by zinc-plate framing and wood paneling give the interior an airy open feeling full of light and space. Infused with natural elements, the wooden walls work alongside the trees and plants that fill the home, creating a harmonious and relaxing environment.

The angles of the Nok Sung Hun house are also continued throughout the interior, never letting the eye get bored as it constantly moves from one feature to the next. Stats for Enthralling Prismatic Abodes Trending: Older & Average
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