Odd-Shaped Family Residence in South Korea: Lollipop House
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Odd-Shaped Family Residence in South Korea: Lollipop House


The Lollipop House in Giheung-Gu, South Korea, was recently completed by Seoul-based studio Moon Hoon. The 1,110 square foot residence was especially developed for a single family and contrasts its neighborhood buildings due to its iconic shape and colorful exterior. The pink and white home consists of seven levels connected by stairs which wrap around an interior void. In case you were wondering what type of rooms could this lollipop shaped home accommodate- the interiors resemble those of a “common” crib: a living area, kitchen and dining area, master bedroom, children’s bedroom, attic playroom and upper level AV room. Do you find this family residence in South Korea fun or a bit out there? If you were to live in a childhood-inspired home, how would it look like?

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