Moon Hoon is Hired to Fill an Unexpected Space

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - May 29, 2014
References: moonhoon & designboom
Due to an unexpected void architecture firm Moon Hoon was commissioned to build something in a small space between two buildings. Since the space wasn't quite big enough to build a house or a retail space, the company turned it into an urban greenhouse for plants to grow.

Considering how little green space can be available in a city, this is a great idea to transform what could potentially be another steel structure into something of good use. That being said, steel is still being employed in the building of the greenhouse, however, it will house as many plants as possible.

The building is also punctuated by red hues to make it more noticeable from the ground level.

Photo Credits: designboom, moonhoon