A space for the sensory experience of trees

A space for the sensory experience of trees

A space for the sensory experience of trees

Mokeon is a project that interprets the ‘sensory experience’ of wood as architecture, as opposed to the traditional wood culture center which only experiences wood culture. The atmosphere of the forest that changes in real time is presented as an architectural abstraction, such as sunlight falling through the leaves of the forest and sunlight falling on the ground large and small according to the movement of people as a result of the wind. This is to create a variety of levels of experience with wood by capturing the architectural experience that can be achieved in the woods. The perimeter wall architecturally awakens the kinetic experience of the trees through the different situations through the communication between the interior and exterior of the architecture. In terms of design, the modern interpretation of traditional Korean architecture door sills is in harmony with the current state-of-the-art technology and the culture of traditional wooden architecture.

A space for the sensory experience of trees

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