Displaying a striking architectural design, the Rock It Suda project rises at the top of a sloping hillside in Jeongseon, Gangwon Do, South Korea. Representing the Korean equivalent of European pensions, this amazing set of buildings strives to offer an alternative to enjoying the best things in life. The building’s name takes after the amateur rock group named Rock It Suda. The base guitarist owns this place where his band performs on a regular basis.
Imagined by Seoul-based architectural practice Moon Hoon, this conceptual architecture style surprises the need for escape into a fantasy land, where everything is re-imagined and bold shapes take control over the surrounding landscape. Caught in between a dry river in the back and an open view of the mountain range in the front, the construction implements themes such as Spain, Barbie, Stealth+Ferrari, cave, and Korean traditional house.
“The site has a dry river, and an open view in front, and the other sides are, surrounded by the mountain range. The six ways of capturing the beautiful scenery gave birth to spatial contraction, expansion, and compression, then themes such as Spain, Barbie, Stealth+Ferrari, cave, and Korean traditional house were added.”