Striking Shipping Container Art School
The shipping container constructions specialist has design an art school featuring an open-air covered amphitheater, studios and exhibition space in Anyang, South Korea.
An the one who take charge of this unique design was LOT-EK company. The shipping container located at the popular Hawoon Park pedestrian walkway along the Anyang river.
The open school set on a place that has an incredible sloping hill and extended water and rock path, the architects were provided an unmatched opportunity to create a beautiful space for visitors, spectators and actors to showcase their curious and artistic endeavors. Constructed from 8 shipping containers, it features three different area that conected each other.
At the ground level is the amphitheater, which easily benefits from the natural slope of the place. The lower section of the incline has direct view of the rivers edge and connects to the existing stairway, while the upper level leaves ample room for open exhibitions against views of the park and city landscape.
Substantively with the extreme looking and color from the design, makes this shipping container building provide for a lively and interesting aesthetic. An with large glass windows placed on the ends of each container providing varied views across the north-east and south-west axis.
Furthermore the architects create an unique experience that draws carefully framed light and inimitable views of both nature and urban life intermingling.