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2018_01_16
Myeonmok Fire Station
         

Myeonmok Fire Station


Yong Ju Lee Architecture + UPEM Architects

Yong Ju Lee received a Bachelor of Architectural Engineering from Yonsei University in 2006 and a Master of Architecture from the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation (GSAPP) in 2009. He is a registered architect in Massachusetts and partner of New York based E/B Office with Brian Brush. He is currently teaching at Yonsei University, Ewha Womans University and Hongik University in Seoul.

Previous fire station in Myeonmok area could not handle fire-service demand efficiently with its old facilities. New proposed fire station improves the working condition and provides locals the sense of firefighting safety by unique architectural symbol. Program layout for short circulation and open offices increases work efficiency and firefighters’ mobilization for emergency response. Its distinct image of elevation will suggest new identity of fire station as public building.

Located in the residential area with large apartment complex, it faces 6-lane road in the front and retaining wall at the back from Jungnang Stream. The garage for three fire vehicles and the main office with an abundance of windows are positioned in a row directly to the main road. It helps effective civil service and open and active attitude as an essential public infrastructure. Programs on the upper floors are nearby vertical circulation and most bedrooms are at the back of the building for more intimacy. .

The louvers in elevation symbolize quick mobilization of fire trucks. The gradient pattern generated combined by two louver types with different depth (100mm and 200mm) is employed to maximize this concept. This skin can provide functional advantage blocking the direct sunlight, but gaining enough lighting and openness as well as conceptual idea. The windows with or without covered louvers based on inner programs give depth and variation in the elevation. While many fire stations stand out the most visually in urban context to symbolize their identity by red color and bold signage, this new station tries to deal with it by the building itself.




Architect: Yong Ju Lee Architecture+UPEM Architects

Design team: Yong Ju Lee

Location: 475 Dongillo, Jungnang-gu, Seoul, Korea

Programme: Fire Station

Site area:

Building area:

Gross floor area:

Building scope: B1, 4F

Height: 14.45m

Parking: 3

Building to land ratio: 43.8%

Floor area ratio: 132.6%

Structure: Reinforced Concrete

Exterior finishing: Alumun louvers + Stucco

Interior finishing: Water paint on concrete finish

Structural engineer: Prime Structure

Construction: Arc Construction

Mechanical engineer: Sojung ENG

Electrical engineer: Vision ENG

Design period: Nov. 2016 – Dec. 2016

Construction period: Mar. 2017 – Nov. 2017

Client: Jungnang Fire Station


materials provided byYong Ju Lee Architecture | photographed by Shin Kyungsub

 
 
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