Cheonyeon-dong Hanok / guga Urban Architecture

first_imgSave this picture!© Young-chae Park+ 21Curated by María Francisca González Share ArchDaily 2016 “COPY” Cheonyeon-dong Hanok / guga Urban Architecture Photographs:  Young-chae Park Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project South Korea Manufacturers: AURATOSTEM, Eagon, FILOBE, Hanji paper doors, KOIN, LIVART KITCHEN, Sunil wood Lead Architects: Projects Supervision:guga Urban ArchitectureManufacturers :Eagon, FILOBE, AURATOSTEM, KOIN, Sunil wood, LIVART KITCHENAward:2017 National Hanok Competition in Korea, 1st Prize / Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MoLIT) and Architecture & Urban Research Institute (AURI)Design Team:Sachiko Yoneda, Seunghwan Jung , Minjae Kang, Boram Hwang, Julien NgaoSpecialists:{“id”=>”6013740354d78d09f9c4660b”, “name”=>{“es”=>”Sachiko Yoneda”, “pt”=>”Sachiko Yoneda”, “cn”=>”Sachiko Yoneda”, “en”=>”Sachiko Yoneda”}, “email”=>nil, “entity”=>”Person”, “type_name”=>”Design Team”, “automatically_created”=>true}, {“id”=>”6013740354d78d09f9c4660d”, “name”=>{“es”=>”Seunghwan Jung”, “pt”=>”Seunghwan Jung”, “cn”=>”Seunghwan Jung”, “en”=>”Seunghwan Jung”}, “email”=>nil, “entity”=>”Person”, “type_name”=>”Design Team”, “automatically_created”=>true}, {“id”=>”6013740354d78d09f9c4660f”, “name”=>{“es”=>”Minjae Kang”, “pt”=>”Minjae Kang”, “cn”=>”Minjae Kang”, “en”=>”Minjae Kang”}, “email”=>nil, “entity”=>”Person”, “type_name”=>”Design Team”, “automatically_created”=>true}, {“id”=>”6013740354d78d09f9c46611”, “name”=>{“es”=>”Boram Hwang”, “pt”=>”Boram Hwang”, “cn”=>”Boram Hwang”, “en”=>”Boram Hwang”}, “email”=>nil, “entity”=>”Person”, “type_name”=>”Design Team”, “automatically_created”=>true}, {“id”=>”6013740354d78d09f9c46613”, “name”=>{“es”=>”Julien Ngao”, “pt”=>”Julien Ngao”, “cn”=>”Julien Ngao”, “en”=>”Julien Ngao”}, “email”=>nil, “entity”=>”Person”, “type_name”=>”Design Team”, “automatically_created”=>true}, {“id”=>”60198785e0009a0af964ed58”, “name”=>{“es”=>”Eagon”, “pt”=>”Eagon”, “cn”=>”Eagon”, “en”=>”Eagon”}, “email”=>nil, “entity”=>”Company”, “type_name”=>”Manufacturers”, “automatically_created”=>true}, {“id”=>”60198785e0009a0af964ed5a”, “name”=>{“es”=>”FILOBE”, “pt”=>”FILOBE”, “cn”=>”FILOBE”, “en”=>”FILOBE”}, “email”=>nil, “entity”=>”Company”, “type_name”=>”Manufacturers”, “automatically_created”=>true}, {“id”=>”60198786e0009a0af964ed5c”, “name”=>{“es”=>”AURATOSTEM”, “pt”=>”AURATOSTEM”, “cn”=>”AURATOSTEM”, “en”=>”AURATOSTEM”}, “email”=>nil, “entity”=>”Company”, “type_name”=>”Manufacturers”, “automatically_created”=>true}, {“id”=>”60198786e0009a0af964ed5e”, “name”=>{“es”=>”KOIN”, “pt”=>”KOIN”, “cn”=>”KOIN”, “en”=>”KOIN”}, “email”=>nil, “entity”=>”Company”, “type_name”=>”Manufacturers”, “automatically_created”=>true}, {“id”=>”60198786e0009a0af964ed60”, “name”=>{“es”=>”Sunil wood”, “pt”=>”Sunil wood”, “cn”=>”Sunil wood”, “en”=>”Sunil wood”}, “email”=>nil, “entity”=>”Company”, “type_name”=>”Manufacturers”, “automatically_created”=>true}, {“id”=>”60198786e0009a0af964ed62”, “name”=>{“es”=>”LIVART KITCHEN”, “pt”=>”LIVART KITCHEN”, “cn”=>”LIVART KITCHEN”, “en”=>”LIVART KITCHEN”}, “email”=>nil, “entity”=>”Company”, “type_name”=>”Manufacturers”, “automatically_created”=>true}, {“id”=>”601987b5e0009a0af964ee72”, “name”=>{“es”=>”guga Urban Architecture”, “pt”=>”guga Urban Architecture”, “cn”=>”guga Urban Architecture”, “en”=>”guga Urban Architecture”}, “email”=>nil, “entity”=>”Company”, “type_name”=>”Supervision”, “automatically_created”=>true}City:Seodaemun-guCountry:South KoreaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Young-chae ParkRecommended ProductsDoorsVEKADoors – VEKAMOTION 82WoodParklex International S.L.Wood cladding – FacadeWoodEGGERLaminatesDoorsSaliceSliding Door System – Slider S20Text description provided by the architects. Cheonyeon-dong is located in the centre of Seoul. Nowadays we cannot easily feel the historical aspect of this site. As the result of some historical major events combined with the need to rebuilt in a fast way, the traditional urban housings are disappearing in the centre of Seoul. In this neighbourhood, only 2 of them are remaining. This house renovated by guga Urban Architecture is one of them.Save this picture!© Young-chae ParkThis house shows the adaptability of the traditional Korean Hanok in an urban environment and to the modern lifestyle. The architect was happily surprised by the quality of the remaining structure and windows. The main goal of this work was to reorganize the interior space and adapt it to the client lifestyle while keeping intact the original features of the Hanok built in 1939.Save this picture!PlanThe five-persons family made the decision to move from a condominium to a smaller family Hanok. The architect believes that the value of the space in a traditional Korean House is different than in a modern apartment. Even in a smaller space, one can have a different feeling of spatiality in the traditional Korean space through a unique lifestyle.Save this picture!© Young-chae ParkThe first action was to move the kitchen to the major place of the Hanok called Daecheong (wooden-floored family meeting space), showing the adaptability of the traditional construction typology to the evolution of the lifestyle as the kitchen/dining became the meeting space of modern house. That place was converted into a staircase and a bathroom. Over the bathroom, the Dalak (traditional low-ceiling storage over the kitchen) became a room for the youngest daughter. The staircase led to a remodelled underground storage and a painting atelier.Save this picture!SectionAs the family is big and as the Daecheong is now occupied by a kitchen/dining, the architect had to find a place for the living room. The idea was to convert a portion of the courtyard (in Korean called Madang) into a glass atrium. It became the central space of the house and family life. More than a living space, it is a multipurpose room like the traditional Madang connecting all the rooms between them physically and visually. That new construction impacted the dynamic of the traditional Hanok where the people used to walk around the courtyard to go from one room to another. The glass and metal material were chosen in order to keep the atrium as transparent as possible to keep visible the original Hanok wooden façade and to allow the maximum amount of light to enter into the rooms. When the windows are opened, the atrium feels like an outdoor space. In this atrium, there is a trap which led to a bunker to hide during the war.Save this picture!© Young-chae ParkThe remodelling was carefully managed in order to highlight the original parts and atmosphere of the house, like the façade or the light entering from the different layers of windows. Moreover, some of the materials are reused like the tiles extracted from the bathroom and replaced in the same place. The bathroom is a testimony of the hybrid lifestyle through the expression of its original materials and modern equipment. Houses Year: center_img ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Photographs Cheonyeon-dong Hanok / guga Urban ArchitectureSave this projectSaveCheonyeon-dong Hanok / guga Urban Architecture Project gallerySee allShow lessSilena: Magic in the Moor / noa* network of architectureSelected ProjectsBest Black / Robot 3 StudioSelected Projects Share “COPY” CopyHouses•Seodaemun-gu, South Korea Architects: guga Urban Architecture Area Area of this architecture project Area:  71 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Junggoo Cho CopyAbout this officeguga Urban ArchitectureOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlass#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesSeodaemun-guSouth KoreaPublished on September 01, 2018Cite: “Cheonyeon-dong Hanok / guga Urban Architecture” 31 Aug 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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