The world’s largest mammal has already started the organization of planetours through the deciduous trees, the oriental trophy, the carpsmrtides and the modern mammal that can be called the runner-oths or the tusco.
Designed by Hyla Architects, Blue Moon Bay, near Busanburg, South Korea, the design of this unusual building is based on the concept of “unkish” design, honoring the Nordic principle of simplicity and functionality by giving a unique design to the facade and creating a unique structure with a unique look. The design follows the slope of the site, with straight layers layers spread out in all directions to adapt to the environment. The materials chosen include timber and concrete which are chosen for durability and natural qualities, while the concrete is pre-finished. The building was completed in December 2006.Thanks to an awesome 180° view of the city and to the surroundings, the building is directly open to the outside and welcomes light in from the bottom, thanks to the large windows.
In order to bring the light inside the white painted concrete ceiling was kept very simple. The only elements that draw the attention are the red windows and the glass floor-to-ceiling windows.
At night the building is lit up by illuminating the streets, bridges and the forest. The interior is warm and cozy, thanks to the tall windows that bathe the whole building in light.
The trees surrounding the unique lodge seem to place here a quiet spot and make us forget about the objective and let more of this magnificent scenery into this daily life. The interior is simple and elegant, perfectly set against the white of the floors and walls. Wood covers one of the walls which also serves as a dividing sign. A simple white table with a rectangular shape matches the birds which inhabit the surroundings.
In front of the concrete hall is another wooden wall and beside it an amazing infinity pool is hidden in the center of the space in which it stands. In front of it, on the other side of the glass coffee table, we can see a terrace which extends towards the mountains on small ground-level decks. The simple, comfy furniture chosen for the rooms makes us forget about any facts which might influence our mood. And at the back of the bedroom, from where we can have a look at the bedroom and the views offered by the terrace.