Andrew Michler

Concrete Re-visioned at the Elegant Hanil Visitors Center

by , 08/13/10

BCNO Architects, cement, concrete roof, concrete technologies, Hanil, Hanil Concrete, re-purposed concrete, reused concrete, Korea green concrete

Inside is a sumptuous series of spaces that transition from the industrial concrete walls to a soft wooden ceiling to a sunken meeting area. Courtyards between the two buildings feature contemplative gardens. The flowing design evokes a modern veranda — a place to mix man-made order with the carefully considered reclaimed landscape.

+ BCHO Architects

Via Arch Daily

Photos © Yong Gwan Kim

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  1. Genetically Modified Ba... November 17, 2010 at 12:44 pm

    [...] generates glue to hold together cracks in concrete structures — that means everything from concrete sidewalks to buildings that have been damaged by earthquakes. With approximately 5% of all man-made [...]

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