19 Sep '14, 1pm

The Force is Strong With This Sandcrawler-Inspired Star Wars House in South Korea

The Force is Strong With This Sandcrawler-Inspired Star Wars House in South Korea

If you've ever dreamed of living in a galaxy far, far away, you'll love this amazing Star Wars home in South Korea. Designed by the Korean architecture firm Moon Hoon , this asymmetric Sandcrawler-like house looks like something straight out of George Lucas' epic space opera. Clad in concrete with beveled grooves, the Star Wars home was built for a young family in the Yongin suburb.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/the-force-is-strong-with-this-sandcr...

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