Architect firm Moon Hoon created this contemporary golden tower, which sits atop the 'Wind House' in Mainland Korea. The firm was commissioned to create a series of compact suburban dwellings on the popular volcanic island.
The most unique dwelling created by the firm is titled the Wind House. The house resides in the middle of the community and presents itself as an interpretative piece of contemporary art. Some think it resembles a duck's beak, while others suggest it looks like a woman's hair blowing in the wind.
Contained within the unique tower, there is a cozy room. The oval-shaped room acts as a small apartment. It is painted a bright red color and features a couch, a kitchen and a panoramic observation window.
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