济州岛简单住宅 / Moon Hoon（ 搭积木的建筑师）
济州岛简单住宅 / Moon Hoon（ 搭积木的建筑师）
风在很大程度上决定了济州岛上的生活，天气随风而变，有时甚至异常突然。遍地的岩石将自然环境与人造 环境清晰的辨认开来。超过350户民宅簇拥着坐落于济州岛上。岛上的环境与韩国领土的大部分地区有着鲜 明的区别，这里曾经是被流放的人的栖息地，时而久之，这里形成了与众不同的生活方式。除了人所熟知的热带天气和热带植物以外，这里的一切都由天气说了算。
The weather is strong, it dominates jeju life, it is very windy quite often, and weather changes instantaneously. The basalt rocks are everywhere, demarcating fields, and individual houses. The orum, which is like a little hill, is everywhere, more than 350 of them in jeju island. It creates a scene. The island is sort of an exotica among Koreans, weather and vegetation reminds them of tropics. In the past, it was home for many exiles from the mainland. Time flows rather differently here. Weather is the ruler.
▼住宅外观，view of the house
The secretive life-style of the client is presumed and imagined by the architect. Thus the bunker like home trenched into the earth, with an atrium in the middle was the first plan. The horizontal slit like villa savoye cut the home in half, one submerged, the other floating. The unbearable lightness of the heavy being is an aspiration to be held hostage to the idea of anti-gravity. The humble low lying curved roof paid much homage to the traditional homes of jeju. Many times a well agreed upon scheme is dropped due to sudden mood changes of the well-off clients. This was another one of those cases.
▼住宅核心楼梯间，the central staircase
A rather showy and extravagant gesture was called upon to the mood changes of the client. The final form is a complete antithesis of the first design, therefore the effect is nullifying if you witness both of them simultaneously. The initial 1 storey home was dug up, and made to stand vertically. The dimension change brought about a very linear space stacked on top of each other, providing three storeys with an opening right in the middle of the 2nd floor. The erected houses now boasted much presence, but needed something more to give it a distinct character. Then the strong wind and rain started cracking the floors, and slowly three floored and rotating home came into existence. Too much wind gave nausea and anxiety. Something had to be done, thus the binding structures between the end points to other points.
▼扭曲的内部空间，the twist space
The rotation has brought multiple view points to the living spaces. It also gave birth to many large verandas where different outdoor functions could be accommodated. Finally the client’s wish is fulfilled, and the architect is also quite happy, because he has been to two extremities of spatial qualities and experiences.
▼平面旋转形成户外平台，terrance cased by the rotated plan
▼平台观景，views on the terrance
▼夜色中的建筑，house in the dark
▼一层平面图，the first floor plan
▼二层平面图，the second floor plan
▼三层平面图，the third floor plan
Architect: MOONBALSSO(Moon Hoon)
Design team: Kim jaekwan, Kim haeree, Park jeonguk, Song giwon, Tomasz Kisilewicz
Location : 68, Wolsannam 2-gil, Jeju-si, Jeju-do, Korea
Program : House Site area: 714m²
Building area: 133.48m²
Gross floor area: 206.40m²
Building scope: 3F
Building to land ratio: 18.70%
Floor area ratio: 28.90% Structure: RC
Exterior finishing : Exposed concrete Client : JJ