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The value of a home isn't so much in how it looks, but how it functions and what it offers you. This house by Seoul based BCHO Architects is, I believe, a wonderful example of how a home can almost make you forget that it's there. If we think about the home as the medium instead of the message, you begin to unlock the true value of architecture. It becomes less about itself and more about awakening the user to the world around it as well as the comfort within it. A home I believe anyone should be proud to call their own.






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Comment by jorge costa on August 23, 2010 at 9:59am
Connecting the ground with the roof is one of my favorite ideas. They´re one thing always. Also, the woods on the stairs and on the celing is a great job. And the most beauty thing is the color, The White, because is more difficult to express good taste with this colour than other one. If you use it, you have to be sure, because all around will express itself without distractions. Applauses for this house
Comment by khalid yousif on August 23, 2010 at 9:01am
very nice
Comment by Heather Fyfe on August 15, 2010 at 7:49pm
very nice from all angles, looks like a great place to live in
Comment by Springer on August 13, 2010 at 3:54pm
I'd be proud to call it my home. :D

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