The Seoul Memorial Park by HAEAHN redefines the relationship between architecture and landscape. Creating a structure that is fully integrated into its surrounding environment, this striking memorial park features a fluid shape that mimics its region's curved contours.
The inset structure reaches below ground, looking like a hidden treasure amongst a sea of green grass and mountainous hillsides. Architecture firm HAEAHN enveloped the park's exterior structure around its central courtyard and pool. The firm describes the two-storey space as an example of "land art" that aims to heighten a built environment's interaction with its surrounding natural topography.
From its green gardens to its naturally lit interiors, the Seoul Memorial Park by HAEAHN commemorates the Korean city's natural life while serving as a memorable landmark its visitors won't want to miss.