The Imprint at Paradise City in Seoul by MVRDV - architecture and design

The Imprint at Paradise City in Seoul by MVRDV

The Imprint, Seoul Nightclub Building, Korean Building Development, Architecture Images, Architect
The Imprint at Paradise City in Seoul
Nightclub & Indoor Theme Park Complex in Korea design by MVRDV, Architects, The Netherlands
post updated 1 Aug 2020 ; 11 Nov 2019
The Imprint, Paradise City
Design: MVRDV
Location: Seoul, Korea

photograph © Ossip van Duivenbode – The façades of The Imprint are literally a product of their environment; features from the surrounding buildings are projected and imprinted onto the buildings
MVRDV has completed construction on The Imprint, a new 2-building art-entertainment complex in close proximity to Seoul?s Incheon Airport. Featuring a nightclub in one building and indoor theme park in the other, the windowless structures feature three key design elements: imprints of the façade features of surrounding buildings, lifted entrances, and a golden entrance spot covering one corner of the nightclub building.
photo © Ossip van Duivenbode – The 2 buildings of The Imprint are part of the larger Paradise City complex
MVRDV?s The Imprint is part of the larger Paradise City complex of 6 buildings in total, which will provide a full suite of entertainment and hotel attractions less than a kilometre away from South Korea?s largest airport. Given the proposed programme of the 2 buildings ? a nightclub and indoor theme park ? the client required a design with no windows, yet one that still integrated with the other buildings in the co...

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