Breaking the boundaries of simple architecture, Hoon Moon, Korean architect gave birth to Rock It Suda, a guesthouse with six bedrooms, each characterized by a specific theme: From Barbie to Ferrari, from Spain to the caves to finish with traditional Korean style. The six different ways to capture the landscape inspired Moon, who decided to give birth to the Same Spatial Concentration of Expansion and Compression reasoning on issues completely dissociated from the context such as Spain, Barbie, Stealth, Ferrari, Caves and Traditional Korean Style.
The hotel is located on the outskirts of Jeongseon in South Korea, on the banks of a river and has magnificent views over the mountains surrounding it.
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