韩国,Geojesi,Aggrenad家庭旅馆 / AND

建筑师: AND

地点:韩国Geojesi

施工方:Kim, Dong Shik

结构:RC

基地面积:433.00m2

总楼面面积:198.55m2

项目面积:121.26 sqm

摄影:Kim, Yong Gwan

大海+群岛

项目基地位于海边,16世纪这里曾发生过著名的日朝海战,这导致李孙新将军重返朝鲜海军。现在人们仍试图在大海中搜寻历史龟船的残骸。游客们一边听着房主所讲的著名故事,一边欣赏着美景——群岛蜿蜒的海岸线和不断变化的水位创造了丰富的景观。小岛如同建筑,而大海则如同街道和广场。

大量+个性

与岛上其他知名的海滩不同,本案项目基地位于稍稍偏离主要旅游区的一个小渔村。村里的居民大多从事捕鱼业工作,世世代代都生活在这里。最近,村子里发生了一些变化。镇里计划建造Chilchunryang战役纪念公园和一片海滩,吸引更多的游客。这些变化当中就包括本案建筑,房主计划建造一座小型的家庭旅馆。很快,本案基地将成为公共(大量)游客参观并留下美好回忆的地方。为游客提供个性化的景观而非像纪念照片一样单调的场景岂不是更好?我们该如何建造一座能使同一个地方有着不同景象的建筑设施呢?

聚合+单体

整座建筑的形式就如同手指从手上伸出形成不同的部分。它是独特的客房聚合在一起而形成的,但同时它也是一个有机的单体。每一个单元都朝向大海悬挑出去,就像是手指指向附近的岛屿。这样的设计使每一个单元都有独特的视角欣赏周围的景观。这座三层建筑包括五间客房和一间小咖啡厅,客房错层堆叠。每个单元的地板和天花板都伸向不同的方向,每个单元的末端都有一个小阳台,面向大海和天空。


Architects: AND

Location: Geojesi, Korea

Construction: Kim, Dong Shik

Structure: RC

Site Area: 433.00m2

Gross Floor Area: 198.55m2

Area: 121.26 sqm

Photographs: Kim, Yong Gwan

Sea + Archipelago

The site sits in front of the sea where the famous sea battle between Korea and Japan took place in the 16th century, which caused the return of General Lee Sun Shin back to the Korean navy. There still are attempts to search the remains of the historic Turtle Ship in the sea. While listening to the famous story from the client, the winding coastline and the varying water level of the archipelago create the continuously changing landscape. The small islands are like buildings and the sea is like streets and squares.

Mass + Individual

Unlike other well-known beaches in the island, the site is located in a small fishing village slightly off from the major tourist area. The residents of the village mostly work in the fishing industry and have long been living in the area for generations. Recently, there have been changes in the village. The town plans to construct the Battle of Chilchunryang Memorial Park and a beach to attract more tourists. Within these changes the owner plans to build a small Guesthouse. Soon, the site will be a place where the public (mass) visits and the memories are accumulated. Isn’ it better to offer individual frames of the landscape for them rather than to offer a monotonous scene like a souvenir photograph? How shall we construct an architectural device that produces different images of the same place?

Aggregation + Monad

The building is formed like how fingers are branched out from a hand forming different parts. It is the aggregation of unique rooms, yet at the same time, it is an organic monad. Each unit is cantilevered out towards the sea as if fingers are pointing at the nearby islands. This allows each unit to frame the surrounding landscape in a unique way. This three story building is consisted of five rooms and a small cafe, and the rooms stacked in five split levels. The floor and the ceiling of each unit are stretched out toward the different directions, and at the end of each unit is a small balcony, which opens up toward the sea and the sky.