Moon Hoon, an architectonic atelier from Soul, surprised by the execution of a family house in Giheung-Gu, South Korea. The playful striped motive of the metal plated facade evokes an image of a candy or a lollipop. The concept is influenced by a system of staircases and segmented elevation dividing the inner space into seven storeys. Due to the strict budget the ideas were simplified into practical skip floor format spiraling around the space that forms an inner atrium.
All storeys and the semi-embedded basement are accessible by the central stairway and lit by natural light through the skylights. Vertical connection ensures consistent air circulation. The house contains living room, kitchen with adjoined dining room, main bedroom as well as children rooms, attic playroom and tv-room.