Knot House by Atelier Chang
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Knot House by Atelier Chang

Resting on a cliff of the southern coast in Geoje Island, the Knot House is a Vacation House group comprised of five white sculptural buildings overlooking the private ocean view from each house.

Architects: Atelier Chang
Location: Geoje, South Korea
Photography: Shin Kyungsub

Knot House by Atelier Chang

© Shin Kyungsub

Knot House by Atelier Chang

© Shin Kyungsub

The two-storey house at the top is a clubhouse as well as the owner’s residence, four other one-storey guest rooms each turns 40 degrees toward the sea, their dynamic outline of the roofs complement each other with the mountainous peaks of distant.

Knot House by Atelier Chang

© Shin Kyungsub

Knot House by Atelier Chang

© Shin Kyungsub

A V-shaped infinity pool merges with the ocean afar.

Knot House by Atelier Chang

© Shin Kyungsub

Knot House by Atelier Chang

© Shin Kyungsub

Knot House by Atelier Chang

© Shin Kyungsub

Inspiration from architect:

The Knot House introduces a new ecological lifestyle by combining farming and culture of tea. In the terrace garden, one can pick up fresh herbs to bring in to the house and make fresh tea for relaxation. It brings a small pleasure of production for the city dwellers who are only used to consume. Where the garden ends is a bathtub that submerges into the same landscape. The water used for bathing feeds back into the by watering the herb garden throughout the whole year.


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