There are two different ways of facing to nature in this design. Firstly, viewing the nature itself is the one, and emphasizing on having the nature in the garden is the other. As it can be seen on photos, the building wraps the garden, and stands a backdrop of the road. It includes both the natural and the urban setting. Generally, Korean housing system characterizes the facade of the building face to the garden. However, instead of following Korean housing system, I intended to have the nature; garden more privately. Creating an introspective posture that creates the views from the inside rather than from the outside. This kind of design gives the atmosphere of effectiveness of contrast. Unlike facade of huge building itself, the garden looks cosier. There are two households in this house; parents live the ground floor and their youngest son and daughter in law live in first floor. Both spaces are perfectly divided.
There is no obstacle for the wheelchair in the garden. Literally it is barrier free zone. And the rest of places set for the little kitchen garden and grass. For the kitchen garden, I used gabion for dividing sections, and in the garden, there is a wall which can be used a big film screen. This screen wall dedicated to the wife who studied film.