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KB Youth Step / Faculty of Hongik University School of Architecture

The KB Youth Step has transformed the Seokyo branch building of KB Kookmin Bank, designed by Space Group in 1968, into a cultural facility for young people. This building contains within it the idea of contributing to society as a public space in the form of a stair plaza, which will invite an urban style into the building and open a private bank building towards a city in which there is no available room for a square. The main design concepts can be summarized as follows:

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Architects: Faculty of Hongik University School of Architecture

Location: 345-9, Seogyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul, South Korea

Lead Architects: Youngsoo Lee, Hyunho Lee, Yong Soon Chang, Kyung Sun Lee, Sooran Kim

Execution Architecture: Sidam Architects- Shiweon Kim, Taeho Kim, Ungjae Lee, Boungcheol Jun, Yoojin Jeong, Jengyun Im, Sooyeon Kim
Area: 1261.83 m2

Project Year: 2018

Photographs: Namsun Lee

Interior Architect: Studio SAII ? Sanghee Yoo, Eunyoung Song

Site Manager: Jiin Choo(KB Kookmin Bank)

Structural Engineer: CGSPlan

Mechanical And Electrical Engineer: Sungwoo EME

Construction: Ean R&C

Client: KB Kookmin Bank

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Text description provided by the architects. The KB Youth Step has transformed the Seokyo branch building of KB Kookmin Bank, designed by Space Group in 1968, into a cultural facility for young people. This build...
Source: Archdaily
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