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The 1936's modern korean look in seoul's gyeongseong café

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local-based architecture studio starsis has designed the ‘gyeongseong 999’ café in seoul referencing the 1936 korean look. the research threw three keywords: dismantle, combine, and gather. about this, starsis designer park hyun-hee stated, ‘the keywords must not be complex nor serious and the commercial space should make them feel comfortable.’demolition work started as there were a lot of things to get rid off, generating a space that motivated other elements of the project.

Circular wooden ornaments usually used for the stair handrails or the table legs hang from the...
view the entire interior of the...
View of the...
The materials found in the space were reclaimed and...
Tables next to terrace...
The selection of different styles of furniture give an eclectic...
An overall warm atmosphere invites users to sit down and enjoy their cup of...
The studio did a demolition of the previous interiors and used the materials in different forms.
the ‘gyeongseing 999’ café by starsis had qualities that weren’t able to be seen before the demolition.
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