I'Park City


Suwon, Korea, 2008-2012

I’Park City covers approximately 33.5 ha and includes 88 apartment buildings.
Both colour and form are applied throughout the I'Park City site in a manner which demarcates a sense of place. The colour strategy visually links clusters of buildings and landscape parcels into a series of neighbourhoods, thus subdividing the site into 6 distinctive zones. Organised longitudinally from north to south, the building façades are divided into 5 different design typologies: City, Village, Field, Water, and Park are the names given to describe the different designs. The blend of programme facilities and unique residential buildings, set within a coherent landscape strategy, provides a plethora of different lifestyles.


Client: Hyundai Development Company
Location: Suwon City, Korea
Programme: Residential, 88 apartment buildings. Urban study site branding and façade prototype design
Site area: Approx. 33.4 ha
No. buildings: 88 apartment buildings
Status: Phase 1 completed
Photos: Michael Klinkhamer 

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Ben van Berkel, Gerard Loozekoot with Wouter de Jonge, Colette Parras and Nathalie Balini, Imola Berczi, Christian Bergmann, Hendrik Biesenbach, Kim Byungkyun, Mieneke Dijkema, Derrick Diporedjo, Ramon van der Heijden, Peter Imscher, Seok Hun Kim, Wendy Van der Knijff, Marcin Koltunski, Wesley Lanckriet, Michal Masalski, Tom Minderhoud, Lars Nixdorff, Patrik Noome, Joerg Petri, Martijn Prins, Simona Puglisi, Telmo Ricardo Antunes Sousa, Sarah Sandler, Nanang Santoso

Landscape Architect: Lodewijk Baljon, Amsterdam
Local Architect: Heerim architects and planners, Seoul
Local landscaping: CA Landscape Design, Seoul

Visualisation: moka-studio