Living space for artists is a multiple-space where their living and works take place.
This project, House for ceramist, aimed to plan the multiple- space that has not only living space but also work place and exhibition.
The old building consisted of single floor for his work place and the site surrounded with rural ouses and nature had cascade level.
What is the main key for this project is to dispose various programs; such as house, gallery, pottery, kiln-room and deposit for art works, using the cascade level. The levels would be defined into three levels: underground is planned for deposit and ground level allows for access, gallery, working
place. Upper level is for living space.
Deployment of space in the exhibition space is open toward the street; on the other hand, residential space is open toward natural light and landscape.
Gallery space on the ground level is planned to make a continuous flow: street-madang-exhibition space. The top of the kiln room is used for the terrace. Living space with six meter for ceiling height is divided into two different characteristic spaces: dynamic and static spaces. The former, consisted with living room and kitchen, it takes openness and opening views using tall ceiling and terrace, the latter, it is divided two levels vertically and takes an attic for library.
Madang space as front open space has flexible space by time and usage, called Void-Garden. It is enerally used for green garden, or sometimes outdoor exhibition area. It is representative space in the house for artist.
Ilsan, South Korea
Program: House, Culture
Site: 320.00 sqm.
BLDG. Area: 120.12 sqm.
Gross FL. Area: 208.99 sqm.