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The “Great Seal” by Samoo

Architecture, Design | August 14, 2015 |

WEB_002Image courtesy of Samoo

The “Great Seal” by Samoo

SAMOO contains presidential archive of South Korea in transparent glass cube. The design focuses on using pure geometry to symbolize the significance of the Presidential Archives. It aims to provide a green network linking the facility to the surroundings, creating a new cultural playground for visitors.

web_003Image courtesy of Samoo

This “Timeless Cube” represents “the Great Seal”. As a new landmark of the MAC (Multi-functional Administrative City), it utilizes various sustainable technologies that enable natural ventilation and lower energy consumption.

WEB_001Image courtesy of Samoo

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