April, 4 2012 10:00

Posted inInner Ideas

More than 1.000 doors cover the building's facade designed by South Korean architect Choi Jeong-Hwa.

This ‘skyscraper’ in the center of the Korean capital Seoul has become a pixelated landmark, that tells the story of thousand people who once chose a fitting color for a door in their apartment. It's like the doors visually translated the diversity of a world city like Seoul.
A great stimulation for recycling principles in architecture.

ViaThe pop-up city Via Inhabitat