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Brief Published: 13 Mar 2012

Moon Hoon: S_Mahal


Korean architecture practice Moon Hoon has completed a variety of projects with strong colour themes during the past decade, the most recent being a pink and white candy-coloured residential dwelling known as the Lollipop House.

One of the highlights from the studio’s portfolio is the S_Mahal building in Yangpyeong, Korea, completed in 2007 (shown above). It uses red and white translucent curtains to divide interior space from the surrounding exterior landscape. Designed as a family residence, the curtains reflect a reddish hue both into the interior and outwards, giving the property a warm glow.

Moon Hoon