When she first saw her praising the ingenuity of her designer, whose creativity exceeded all limits of reality, South Korean architect Moon Hoon built a villa of “colorful imagination” in Namhee town on the quiet south coast of South Korea.
The villa features eye-catching features, such as engineering circles symbolizing bubbles, hexagonal geometrical shapes that reflect water molecules, and the accumulated thresholds that symbolize traditional Korean architecture.
The design of the villa is bold, which reflects the look of “Moon Hoon” in the holiday homes that must be of a special nature, and that they have spaces designated for play, relaxation and joy.
This project is not considered to be the most innovative in the Hun projects, as it has in the past built many buildings that feature populous centuries and colored candy swirls.
Hoon thinks that his sense of humor is ideally reflected in South Korean architecture, as he explains that South Korea is an “old country of 5,000 years old, but there are many young people of the new generation,” adding: “When a lot of changes happen, engineering can Being liberal because the general context does not restrict ideas and imagination. ”