SKY IS THE LIMITCredit
YangYang, South Korea
Steel structure, metal grid, clear glass, wood panels, epoxy white paint.
2.6 x 11 x 15.6 m | 25 m²
“Sky Is The Limit” is a domestic space sample, propulsed 20 meters above the ground, a tea room projected in a state of weightlessness, over the troubled horizon. The building’s body is nothing more than a fragile skeleton. Its thin arachnoid structure sets under tension a vertical void. A bicephalous head over this fleshless body is composed of two entities. Two captive voids of strictly similar dimensions provide two opposing experiences.
Images : Hong Lee