• http://www.gofundme.com/1k98a8 Jakgani

    comparing the Dongnakdong Hall to the Villa Rotunda won’t achieve much.

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  • Cloudfive

    I like the landscaping and the Roh Moo-hyun memorial, despite the fact it looks like a giant slice of pizza. The buildings seem derivative of famous California houses from the fifties and sixties. Who hasn’t seen glass walls before? Meh.

  • Scott N

    There is no relationship between the floor plan
    of the first house (Toechon) and the land it’s built on. When the designer walled the
    boundary lines they created a form but the form has no value. Why create a
    space with walls and then disregard that space? I don’t see much respect for the building, it’s not built to last
    for hundreds of years beyond the designer’s death. It’s more like a toy
    designed by a child who has not yet realized that when you design a structure
    you are responsible for creating a living creature and the prime of its life is
    150 years down the road. What you want as an architect is meaningless, you
    have to sacrifice yourself for the house.

  • http://www.gofundme.com/1k98a8 Jakgani

    Buildings never do last long in Korea. Most of Korea’s tradition palaces and monuments etc etc have all been knocked down several times and rebuilt several times.