Hannam-dong Office was designed by Chanjoong Kim’s THE_SYSTEM LAB(http://thesystemlab.com/). The building is comprised of two modules, A and B, both 4,925×3,750mm frame module. They were arranged in the order of A-B-A-B on second and fourth floor and B-A-B-A on third and fifth floor. Casting mold for the concrete modules were made by steel. Each frame modules were color coded and were formed of 10 blocks which were made of 52 panels. Building the mold took them almost 40% of their time for construction, but they managed to construct the undulating facade in eight months. The building is used for retail, office, and studio. Address : 104 Hannamdae-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul
I've seen this building! It definitely stands out among all the other office-style buildings around it. I always wanted to know its story. Thank you for sharing its history and background! Actually, I find it to be kind of reminiscent of Gaudi's apartment buildings in Barcelona. What do you think, @danidee and @yereem?