Located in a typical commercial building type in Sungsoo district, an industrial district being transformed into a cultural hub, the new home of Nara Cellar’s wine store embodies the coexistence of the new and the old as part of the design operation.
▼项目街景，external view of the project from the street ©Jang Mi
Due to budget and scheduling, the project had to be reimagined from a renovation to a repair. The wall assembly and the shelving units were integrated into a single assembly with added insulation, and used osb panels and studs as the two materials to be used for building up the interior. The exterior of the building was designed through series of delamination and demolition, revealing many of the bizarre details that were hidden under the canopy.
▼建筑立面，building facade ©Jang Mi
▼不同的立面材料，different facade materials ©Jang Mi
▼经过拆除后裸露的立面，exposed facade after demolition ©Jang Mi
▼拆除后的立面细部，facade details after demolition ©Jang Mi
▼入口空间，entrance space ©Jang Mi
▼展示区，display area ©Jang Mi
▼由刨花板和槽钢组成的空间，space composed by osb panels and U-shaped steel ©Jang Mi
▼从展示区看向品酒室，view to the tasting room from the display area ©Jang Mi
▼品酒室，tasting room ©Jang Mi
The operation of delaminating and ornamentalizing wall assembly elements into interior fixtures is not to simply display rawness of these materials but to achieve refinement and resoluteness through assembly of operations that are in tune with the material culture of Seoul.
▼材料细部，material details ©Jang Mi
one-aftr was joined by korean architect sowayo for the completion of the project.
▼夜景，night view ©Jang Mi