In    a    political    point    of    view,    our    future    is    largely    depending    on    an    idea    of    two    streams    which    are    Conservatism    and   Progressivism.    Historically    majority    of    people    in    Korea    have    believed    conservatism    is    safe    in    a    way    to    maintain   the   tradition   and   society.   Recently,   they   start   to   realize   or   already   realized   progressivism   was   not   always   unsafe. They have begun to accept a new paradigm a change can bring the better future.  
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2,192 sqm 16,900 sqm 4 Levels 24.3 M Yeoru-naru, South Korea Concept Ferry Terminal
Likewise,   our   design   toward   the   new   ferry   terminal   is   so   liberal   that   it   might   be   unconventional,   yet   it   will   bring   a change   which   will   eventually   be   the   corner   stone   for   the   new   cultural   direction   and   context   of   Yeouido   to   build up   onward.   Our   progressivism   on   this   view   intends   to   reverse   the   conventional   design   ideas   on   context   driven design   by   surrounding   conditions   and   functions   of   needs   into   context   driving   to   change   and   lead   the   culture   in the region. Striving   to   achieve   the   new   design   elements,   we   initiate   to   bring   a   traditional   element   from   old   building   roofing tiles.    The    repetitive    curves    are    expressed    in    large    to    create    canopy    of    the    structure.    The    canopy    line    is transformed   and   combined   in   a   central   area   through   the   pillars   of   flower   form   structure   to   create   monolithically futuristic   central   atrium.   The   canopy   and   the   central   atrium   together   will   float   on   water   and   respond   by   the change   of   water   level.   Additionally,   the   top   of   the   canopy   includes   photo-voltaic   solar   panels   to   infuse   electrical energy into the building for cooling and heating the air during the day and LED lights night time.
For   the   building   program   requirements,   the   central   location   is   dedicated   for   the   main   building   to   include   all necessary   functions   for   people   including   lobby,   ticketing   office,   security   room,   toilets,   machine   rooms,   water tank,   restaurants,   shops,   managing   office,   and   roof   garden   etc.   Thus,   the   four   extended   decks   under   the   canopy protected   from   the   rain   and   snow   will   provide   kind   and   easy   access   to   private,   semi-private   and   public   ferries   as well   as   creating   enclosed   sense   of   space   for   people   to   enjoy   Han   River   during   summer   time   and   the   roof,   the   top of   the   canopy,   will   be   the   garden   for   people   to   enjoy   the   beautiful   scenery   of   Han   River   during   spring   and   fall season. Although   it   might   be   too   radical   and   liberal   to   execute   the   ideas   of   the   floating   platform   into   realization,   we believe   this   is   to   be   the   showcase   of   our   vision   toward   Yeoui-Naru   which   is   not   limited   on   what   the   context   to drive for the design, but to extend and create the new context to express the past and future freely.
In     a     political     point     of     view,     our     future     is     largely depending     on     an     idea     of     two     streams     which     are Conservatism   and   Progressivism.   Historically    majority   of people   in   Korea   have   believed   conservatism   is   safe   in   a way   to   maintain   the   tradition   and   society.   Recently,   they start   to   realize   or   already   realized   progressivism   was   not always    unsafe.    They    have    begun    to    accept    a    new paradigm a change can bring the better future.  
Likewise,   our   design   toward   the   new   ferry   terminal   is   so liberal   that   it   might   be   unconventional,   yet   it   will   bring   a change   which   will   eventually   be   the   corner   stone   for   the new   cultural   direction   and   context   of   Yeouido   to   build up   onward.   Our   progressivism   on   this   view   intends   to reverse   the   conventional   design   ideas   on   context   driven design    by    surrounding    conditions    and    functions    of needs    into    context    driving    to    change    and    lead    the culture in the region.   Striving   to   achieve   the   new   design   elements,   we   initiate to   bring   a   traditional   element   from   old   building   roofing tiles.    The    repetitive    curves    are    expressed    in    large    to create    canopy    of    the    structure.    The    canopy    line    is transformed   and   combined   in   a   central   area   through   the pillars   of   flower   form   structure   to   create   monolithically futuristic    central    atrium.    The    canopy    and    the    central atrium   together   will   float   on   water   and   respond   by   the change   of   water   level.   Additionally,   the   top   of   the   canopy includes   photo-voltaic   solar   panels   to   infuse   electrical energy   into   the   building   for   cooling   and   heating   the   air during the day and LED lights night time.
For    the    building    program    requirements,    the    central location   is   dedicated   for   the   main   building   to   include   all necessary   functions   for   people   including   lobby,   ticketing office,   security   room,   toilets,   machine   rooms,   water   tank, restaurants,    shops,    managing    office,    and    roof    garden etc.   Thus,   the   four   extended   decks   under   the   canopy protected   from   the   rain   and   snow   will   provide   kind   and easy   access   to   private,   semi-private   and   public   ferries   as well   as   creating   enclosed   sense   of   space   for   people   to enjoy   Han   River   during   summer   time   and   the   roof,   the top   of   the   canopy,   will   be   the   garden   for   people   to   enjoy the   beautiful   scenery   of   Han   River   during   spring   and   fall season. Although   it   might   be   too   radical   and   liberal   to   execute the   ideas   of   the   floating   platform   into   realization,   we believe   this   is   to   be   the   showcase   of   our   vision   toward Yeoui-Naru   which   is   not   limited   on   what   the   context   to drive   for   the   design,   but   to   extend   and   create   the   new context to express the past and future freely.
Design Process Diagram                         
© 2017 by TheeAe Architecture & Interior Design
Contact us for any inquires on our projects and services. info@theeae.com | Tel +852.2976.4543
2,192 sqm 16,900 sqm 4 Levels 24.3 M Yeoru-naru, South Korea Concept Ferry Terminal
Building Description Site Area :             Deck Area : Floors:                           Height :                          Location :                           Status :  Type :                          
   Flori-Berg