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The PLAIN WORKS Home in South Korea Has a Striking Design

 - Feb 15, 2018
References: archdaily & hypebeast
The PLAIN WORKS architecture firm recently unveiled a picturesque home in South Korea that bring tranquility to a quiet cul-de-sac. The project lead for this home was Kyungmin Kwon, and the home was designed for a couple with two children. The family home features an ample garden in the back, something the owners had wanted for quite some time.

The PLAIN WORKS-designed home can be found at the end of a cul-de-sac in a housing site in Yogin. The location is secluded and calm, with the only foot traffic coming from other residents of the area. The home itself is split into three connected levels, with the basement being converted into a garage and the deck above it housing the garden.

The most striking element of the house seems to be the three-roof design. This particular design allows a visual separation between the rooms, but also makes the entire building incredibly eye-catching.

Image Credit: Kyungsub Shin