Architects Group RAUM designed an all-white structure in Yangsan-si, South Korea that encompasses youthfulness and a maze house layout. The home boasts a clean and modern interior with straight lines and abstract shapes, created in places walls and ceilings meet.
The architectural collective conceptualized the residential home with young families in mind and structured it so that the space can respond to changes in life and arrangement. RAUM made it so that the maze house could effortlessly adjust, according to existing circumstances and "provide a basis for future growth." For example, Architects Group RAUM made it so that the living room is separated from the residential area. In doing so, the architects offer numerous possibilities for this space, such as a "daycare room, study and guest room."
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