Deconstructed Family Home Features Separate Pods For Rooms [Pics]

Deconstructed Family Home Features Separate Pods For Rooms [Pics]

The Cocoon House designed by Planning Korea features an organically-shaped central area around which the rest of the house is organized.

Emma Hutchings
  • 30 may 2012

The Cocoon House designed by studio Planning Korea is a new type of housing concept that features an organically-shaped central hub for communal living activities and breakout, container-shaped modules for more private and specialized activities. The home will be located on a UNESCO world heritage site in South Korea, and will feature an open-air swimming pool overlooking the sea, a green roof that provides insulation and manages rainwater runoff, and locally-sourced, environmentally-friendly materials. The Cocoon House is slated for completion in 2015. Click through to see pictures of the design:

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