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  • Shelley Smith

    Tasked with designing a unique home on a UNESCO world heritage site in South Korea, Planning Korea drew up a "Cocoon House" complete with a green roof, a self-regulating central courtyard that mimics living organisms, and an open-air swimming pool overlooking the sea. The luxury condominium is designed as a mixed-use retreat that will be clad and finished with locally-sourced, environmentally-friendly materials.

  • Paul Jonathan Louis

    Residential Architecture: Cocoon House by Planning Korea: “..cocoon design creates a space like an art piece by translating the round shape of cocoon as an eco-structure design..The circular windows of the cocoon can be opened and closed depending on the indoor and outdoor temperature and humidity, so it seems like a live cocoon..[using] environment-friendly interior and exterior finishing materials made from [locally sourced materials] to make a healthy

  • Alfredo Jones

    curved #green roof #house #architecture

  • futuris

    Cocoon House: Futuristic Home Design

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    Futuristic Home, Cocoon House by Planning Korea. Jeju Island, South Korea

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Amazing house designed by Seoul-based practice Planning Korea. The house will be located in Jeju Island, Korea. The cocoon, located at the center of the house, provides a space made by nature that protects and develops inner living things from outside. The first phase of the construction will be started in September 2012 and will be completed in 2015. The Cocoon House features an outdoor pool overlooking the sea, kitchen and living areas, a conference zone, small library, and rooftop garden.

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