This single-family House in Pankyo can inspire creatives to play with lines and volumes in a different way. Personal desires were transformed into architectural language when Office Kokiwoong was commissioned to build this contemporary residence. Inhabited by a young couple in their mid 30s and their two children, the house in the Korean county of Pankyo welcomes family and guests in a modern collection of interiors that speak a non-traditional architectural language. Dynamic lines create a playful architecture, allowing some windows to bulge on the facade, and others to be embedded in the design. The use of wood on the exterior lower part of the building can also be observed inside, where pure white walls beautifully contrast with the wooden floors. Translucence and transparency go hand in hand and successfully create a game of direct and indirect natural light. After admiring the photos, please tell us what was the first think about this home that caught your attention.