Kyungsub Shin|Kyungsub Shin|Kyungsub Shin|Kyungsub Shin|Kyungsub Shin|Kyungsub Shin|Kyungsub Shin||Korean comms company sets up on a volcanic island|The main work floor: there are no private offices, only smaller meeting rooms|Mass Studies’ building for Daum comprises a series of stacked concrete arches|The main lobby area on the ground floor, which is dedicated to social activity|The concrete was dyed an ochre colour, to echo the volcanic landscape|Former urbanites now enjoy views of nature, instead of dense high-rises|Duam hopes that its migration from Seoul will give staff better lives||
21 Jan 2013

Korea’s Daum HQ by Mass Studies

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