Surf House stands on Jukdo beach surrounded by mountains
Architect studio TEGNING VÄRKER constitutes a family weekend House in the surfing area of Yangyang i South Korea. Located on Jukdo Beach, the site is surrounded by bamboo plants and a dense forest covering the adjacent mountains. There are various pubs, shops and cafes in the region, with activities around surfing the culture is the main attraction. With surfers building tiny houses handy for short seaside getaways, weekend surf houses have transformed the city’s landscape.
In the case of buildings located near the sea, salinity is taken into account during the construction process due to their geographical nature. The design team chooses concrete as the primary mono material that exposes its applied texture throughout the structure along with other finishing materials with strong durability and easy maintenance such as rocksand aluminum to keep the framework intact.
all photos by Yoon Joonhwan
rough concrete facade is reminiscent of ocean waves
The structure forms two levels in concrete volume, forming a monomaterial facade. The texture uses civil engineering form to create vertical lines with 20mm triangular bumps throughout the exterior, resembling ocean waves. Embracing the inevitable mark that the natural environment leaves on the structure in a non-abrasive way, the building applies the rugged pattern to the surfaces. The rough composition designs different fronts that transform during the day based on the light and shadow variations.
The residence covers only part of the plot, with the majority of its plot given over to open air areas due to the preserved natural green areas. According to this principle, the design group arranges three outdoor plots, entrance terrace, courtyard and ‘inner garden’, inducing an expansion of the surrounding environment of the property. The two-story building consists of the main house, another residential unit and a guest house that brings together the kitchen and guest room on the first floor, while the master bedroom is located on the upper level. The rooms are intended for temporary accommodation and fulfill minimal functions for short stays by the sea.
the building uses a robust pattern on the exterior concrete surfaces
finishing materials with strong durability such as stone and aluminum keep the frame intact
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