||Oidong Pyulchang -- house in Oi-dong -- Yun Posun Residence -- Residence of Yun Posun, second president of Korea -- Mumuheon -- house full of emptiness -- Jamyeongseosil -- Jamyeong's house of playing and reading -- Jiwuheon -- house of continuous learning -- Simsimheon -- house where the heart is found -- Seonyudang -- house of sharing and kindness -- Bansongjae -- studio cherishing an old pine tree as a lifelong friend -- Moto Hanok -- Moto house -- Cheongsongjae and Neungsoheon -- house of a green pine tree and trumpet vine -- Changseongdong Jip -- house in Changseong-dong -- Hwadongjae -- house of becoming one with others -- Acknowledgments -- Designers and architects.
||Twelve examples of the Korean house style, traditional on the exterior and in use of natural materials but with contemporary interiors.
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|ISBN||9780804844673 (hc. ; alk. paper)|
|ISBN||0804844674 (hc. ; alk. paper)|