perched upon high ground, the 'panorama house' by seoul-based architecture practice moon hoon overlooks breathtaking
vistas of yangcheong-ri, korea. an angled facade with various sized windows frames the encompassing suburb,
fluctuated for diverse perspectives. intended for a family with four children, large by contemporary standards, the home is arranged
within a linear footprint with an upper and lower spatial organization. a central multifunctional area features a large wooden
staircase which integrates bookshelves, reading nooks, cinema seating oriented towards a projection screen and slide for
a quick and fun method maneuvering through the interior. this element brings a dynamic energy to the dwelling, used by both children
and adults alike.