26 Apr '16, 5am

Swirling YDP Tower in Seoul is wrapped in the client's 3D fingerprint

Swirling YDP Tower in Seoul is wrapped in the client's 3D fingerprint

The client wanted Hoon to design a curved structure that would have a unique appearance. They settled on a scheme that featured a facade looking like a three-dimensional version of the client’s fingerprint. “The client wished for a unique tower with some curves. We provided various schemes and the one with the client’s fingerprint as a facade and structure won his heart.”

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/swirling-ydp-tower-in-seoul-is-wrapp...

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