A minimalist house that interacts with nature thanks to Hi-Macs
In South Korea, at Sokcho, at the foot of Mt. Seorak, a house with the facade and roof covered in Hi-Macs Alpine White communicates with nature and changes its appearance in tune with shifts of natural light.
The Franco-Korean architect Woojin Lim (AEV Architectures) has achieved the dream of building a house in his native country that is so in tune with the environment that it can even interact with it.
For this purpose, he has chosen Hi-Macs Alpine White, the solid surface that completely encases the house, including the roof. The result is a uniform building with simple volumes, that suggests the image of a mountain chalet, in a white version that interacts with natural light and changes across the day and the seasons.