* Architecture: Louis Vuitton, Seoul by BCHO Architects


Architecture: Louis Vuitton, Seoul by BCHO Architects: “..the form of the facade is a series of continuous concave and convex curvatures with slight angles that will diffract light with consistently changing distortions. these will create almost cinematographic perspectives..natural light is diffused through the stainless steel mesh stripes within a triple glazing system. the striped screening system will be a welcome contrast to the existing site condition. interiors integrated with the stepped arrangement of the show floors, the users of the building will have various changing views of the urban context. two concrete masses provide enclaves for entry and rest with a small public park. the building is punctured with a light and air tunnel, green tunnel, to allow natural ventilation and provide the retail spaces a unique ambiance for customers..”  Ever-changing in the luxury soul of Seoul..

See our post on other work by BCHO Architects: Architecture: In South…

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