DANKOOK HOUSING COMPETITION



LOCATION: SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA

DATE: 2007

PROGRAM: HIGHRISE MULTIFAMILY HOUSING

SIZE: 130,000 SM



A high density residential development replacing the existing Dancook University Grounds north of the Han River in Seoul. Connected to an urban nature preserve the projects intends to continue a natural connection between highly dense residential space and green space. A mixture of low-rise, medium rise residential development on a steep and wooded site was to be developed at max build-out of the site. This project utilizes 663 family units and commercial space to create a density of FAR 120%. Different typologies include small lofts, townhouses, terrace houses, penthouses and freestanding villas.

A central open space connects the units with plazas and public buildings, while pedestrian path stitch together natural and urban environments. Most of the units enjoy generous views of Gansam and the Han river front

CLIENT: Kumho (Seoul, South Korea)

DESIGN TEAM: Mark Mack, Matt Bean, Alia Hasan, Carlos Florez

ASSOCIATE ARCHITECT: Dongwoo Architects & Consultants





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COMMERCIAL AREA

COMMERCIAL AREA

COMMERCIAL AREA

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PLAZA AT NIGHT

PLAZA AT NIGHT

PLAZA AT NIGHT

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WATERCOLOR OF VILLAS

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MASTERPLAN

AERIAL VIEW

MASTERPLAN

MASTERPLAN

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VIEW FROM MOUNTAIN

VIEW FROM MOUNTAIN

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WATERCOLOR OF HIGH RISE

WATERCOLOR OF HIGH RISE

CENTRAL PLAZA

CENTRAL PLAZA

CENTRAL PLAZA

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