The Roll House by Moon Hoon looks far bigger from the front than from the side. If staring at the abode straight on, one would anticipate a grand home that extends quite far back, but upon turning the corner it's clear that this is not the case.
The property size for the site was limited, so the architecture firm wanted to make the most out of the width instead of the depth. As such the house took on a squished rectangular structure, which for those used to living in apartments is quite normal. The only difference here is that one can continue walking sideways for just that little bit longer.
Moon Hoon also experimented with the shaping of the home, avoiding right angles in areas that usually have them.
Photo Credits: designboom, moonhoon
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