For its latest project, Korean architecture firm RAUM was tasked with creating a new home that was suitable for a young family. To do this, the architects designed a house that could grow alongside the family over time. To achieve this, a number of the rooms are multifunctional spaces, with a living room that can transform into a daycare room or guest room and a garage that can be easily turned into a workshop.
The Yangsan Eorinjip house also includes a range of outdoor spaces including a courtyard that opens up the house, a first floor roof terrace and a framed pavilion in the front yard. Take a look around the house located in the small Korean town of Yangsan in the gallery above.
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