Mecanoo Unveils Namdaemun Office Building in Seoul

25 May of 2016 by

Courtesy of Mecanoo

Mecanoo has unveiled plans for the Namdaemun Office Building in Seoul. The tower takes its name from the Namdaemun Market, the oldest and largest market in South Korea, which is next to the ancient southern gate of the city. Opened as a government managed marketplace in 1414, the market is now an important 24-hour destination for trade and…

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