Casamoro Condominiums by G.Lab*
of Gansam Partners

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Seoul architects G.Lab* of Gansam Partners have completed three apartments overlooking the Han river in Hongcheon, South Korea.

Called Casamoro Condominiums, the project consists of three units, elevated above parking and a cafe on the first floor terrace.

Each of these units is angled to afford different views of the opposite bank of the river.

Here's some text from the architects:

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Casamoro Condominiums are set on the northern bank of the Han River, there are three units, with views of the river and more specifically, each unit corresponds to a specific terrain feature on the opposite bank.

Parking space in on the second level and immediately offers a pleasant view of the river.

The condominium units are then elevated above, allowing for added privacy and enhanced views.

The floating units reveal a communal café space below with access to the waterfront.

The orientation of the individual units and elevated presence provides secure privacy for personal and intimate leisure.

A country  sanctuary for those who wish for a peaceful meditative escape from the city, nestled with in residential suburb, the Casamoro condominiums offers unparallel views and modern texture.

Casamoro Condominiums
Architect:  G.Lab* By Gansam Partners
Location: Hongcheon, South Korea
Client:  Sangtae Kim
Project Architect: Chuloh Jung
Design team:. Lawrence Ha, Choonggu Ji, Binhee Joo, Heejoo Park, Miran Cho, Jee-Eun Kim
Project area: 2200 sqm
Completion year: 2009

  • ste

    ohh… with more then 10mm lens lenght we could perhaps imagine how the buildigns and rooms really are?!

  • aeolus

    Makes an interesting grouping of well constructed condos. But one bed and 2 full baths? Also that narrow dead end walkway is strange. And looks like a bar on level 2 but no service facilities. Nice project anyway.

  • jhcc

    yeah. the problem is that we can really imagine how it looks like, and the building reflected on 10mm lens is all fake.

  • Matthias

    Expressive, expensive, glass and concrete, questionable interior quality and even worse floor area ratio for actual residential function – this is almost PURE architecture. Love it or leave it (quickly).

  • http://dongwooyim.blog.com dw

    Does not the project have any interesting view spot other than underneath the building?? pretty weird images to explain the project.

  • akotosac

    what’s that underneath? a canteen for the 3 bachelor’s pad/loft? seems a quite a waste. Form of somekind but not that efficient. The interior is a blasphemy. Nice finish though exterior wise.