A Lopsided Tower Block in Seoul

Facing a busy road in Seoul’s Gangnam district is South Korean architect Sae Min Oh‘s Interrobang building, an asymmetrical, six-story tower block that Oh describes as a ‘three-dimensional street’. The multi-purpose concrete building is enveloped by a concrete staircase, featuring a multitude of outdoor nooks for sitting and surveying the view. The project was the recipient of the 2015 Seoul Architecture Prize.

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All images © Joonhwan Yoon

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