项目旨在重新诠释《路易斯·I. 康-光与空间-light and space》一书中“没有自然的光线，房间不足以称之为房间”这句名言，顾名思义，光线照亮了空间，而空间内部的情绪则是由光线的强弱来控制的，因此，光线赋予了空间意义。
This project is designed to reinterpret the meaning of the sentence, “A room (or an architectural space) is not a room without natural light” in 『Louis I. Kahn — Light and Space』. Namely, the light lights up a space and the internal mood is created by the intensity of light. Therefore, the light provides a meaning to the place.
▼项目与周边环境鸟瞰，aerial view of the project and surrounding environment ©Kyung Roh
▼项目鸟瞰，aerial view of the project ©Kyung Roh
This project will be meaningless in the design perspectives without the help of the surrounding nature as its reason for being was not in the architectural design. Rather, it started from the consideration of a harmony or coexistence between building and nature. We wanted to create the spatial sensibility by utilizing the beauty of nature as much as possible, and hoped that people could feel the changing time and environment through the light. This process would make this architectural space unique and people could experience the pleasure of space that would be destined to be reborn all the time.
▼项目远观，viewing the project at distance ©Kyung Roh
▼东立面，east facade ©Kyung Roh
▼西立面，west facade ©Kyung Roh
▼南立面，south facade ©Kyung Roh
As for the building materials, we started from the consideration of shadows of light. The light creates shadows, exists by them, and we can sense it through the difference. With regard to the entire mass, we intended to maximize the effect of light and shadow with the louver to feel the changes of light, and it would also allow us to connect the surrounding nature visually at the same time. That is the flexibility of louver as a medium connecting the building to the nature.
The exterior features metal louvers, zinc roofs, concrete and glass ©Kyung Roh
The louvers can reflect the changes of light and shadow to the greatest extent ©Kyung Roh
Large areas of glass reflect the surroundings ©Kyung Roh
▼百叶细部，detail of the louvers ©Kyung Roh
We applied zinc roofs that were painted manually one by one to have slightly different looks, rather than being monolithic, and to create a harmony with the nature when they were combined together.
▼建筑的锌制屋面由工匠手工打造，zinc roofs that were painted manually one by one ©Kyung Roh
▼屋顶鸟瞰，aerial view of the roof ©Kyung Roh
项目的初衷是为了前来参观Maiim Vision Village的游客们提供一个聚会休闲的场所，例如在建筑的一层用餐、饮茶等。此外，建筑还与周边的休闲绿地相连，因此，人们不仅可以在室内休憩也可以在室外进行娱乐活动。
This building was designed for the visitors of Maiim Vision Village. For instance, visitors can eat food and drink tea on the first floor. It is also connected to the nearby playground so that many people can use both the inside and outside of the building.
▼二层通高的入口大厅，Double-height entrance hall ©Kyung Roh
▼大厅二层空间，mezzanine of the hall ©Kyung Roh
▼夹层下部空间，under the mezzanine ©Kyung Roh
▼大面积的玻璃提供了极佳的景观视野，Large areas of glazing provide excellent views of the landscape ©Kyung Roh
▼底层VIP休息室，ground floor VIP lounge ©Kyung Roh
The second floor is for lecture and concert and it is designed in a way that performers (or lecturers) would not encounter with visitors. As it has many external spaces, however, they can feel the nature to the fullest. Also, the outer space of the building serves as a middle zone where the nature meets the structure.
▼二层演出空间，performance space on the second floor ©Kyung Roh
▼室内空间细部，detail of the interior ©Kyung Roh
▼夜间近景，closer night view ©Kyung Roh
▼总平面图，master plan ©S.E.E.D haus
▼一层平面图，ground floor plan ©S.E.E.D haus
▼二层平面图，second floor plan ©S.E.E.D haus
▼三层平面图，third floor plan ©S.E.E.D haus
▼屋顶平面图，roof floor plan ©S.E.E.D haus
▼立面图，elevations ©S.E.E.D haus
▼剖面图，sections ©S.E.E.D haus
Project Name: S.A.L.T house
Office Name: S.E.E.D haus
Contact email: email@example.com
Firm Location: Seoul, South Korea
Completion Year: 2021
Gross Built Area (m2/ ft2): 2,258 m2
Project location: Yongeun-ri, Yeoju-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
Program: Visitor center
Lead Architects: Sanghoon Baek
Lead Architects e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Design Team: Eunjung Baek, Sunghyun Ahn, Hyunwoo Jo, Jisun Lee, Heejung Kim
Photo Credits: Kyung Roh
Photographer’s Website: www.rohspace.com
Photographer’s e-mail: email@example.com