South-Korean architect Moon Hoon has designed this ‘toy house’ for a young couple and their son in Bangdong, a famous location for sight seeing and leisure for near by dwellers. The irregular plot of land situated right in front of Bangdong lake boasts a beautiful open view of the lake and a low mountain as a back drop. When the architect visited for the initial time, the vacant internet site seemed to invite some kind of a sculptural object, unhindered by its neighbors, standing rather conspicuously.
The Property has a central core that is utilised as an exhibition space and a railing for his toys. The spiral and jagged floor levels adhere to the spiral stair case all the way up to the attic, exactly where you can uncover a little red slide that traverses the void. The exterior expresses the inner spiral energy in a simplified kind.
The spiral stair case is a location for movement, play and exhibition. It plays a central role in the residence. The other functioning rooms such as living, kitchen, bedrooms are attached to the method. The windows are placed in the center of every single walls, mimicking the notion and inviting ample quantity of light. The void in the middle provides significantly vertical depth in a otherwise a compact property.