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  • Yeoui Naru Ferry Terminal


    seoul SOUTH KOREA

    The terminal was generated by extending two single-point perspectival projections through a composition of cylindrical and conical volumes. The two points of projection are located relatively to the structure in such a way as to direct circulation through both the terminal and the surrounding landscape…

     

    …The terminal itself resolves into differing perspectival compositions when viewed from each of the points of projection, affording visitors a rich array of differing views when interpolating between these two points.

    The proposed Ferry Terminal is situated upon Seoul’s Han River and is surrounded by both natural and urban landscapes.

    The terminal is divided into two levels at the northern end of the structure: an upper departures level and a lower arrivals level. There are two primary entrances into the departures level lobby, and two primary exits in the arrivals level lobby, each connecting to raised, circular platforms situated in the landscape. Walkways connect from each platform into the surrounding park and the Han River promenade. The promenade itself steps down upon intersection with the terminal, maintaining continuous circulation along the waterfront. At the center of the structure, the two large volumes intersect, and the two levels merge into one, branching into three docking areas. These docking areas are connected to steel decks which continue into the water to meet the ferries.

    The form of the terminal was generated by extending two single-point perspectival projections through a composition of cylindrical and conical volumes. The two points of projection are located relatively to the structure in such a way as to direct circulation through both the terminal and the surrounding landscape. The terminal itself resolves into differing perspectival compositions when viewed from each of the points of projection, affording visitors a rich array of differing views when interpolating between these two points.

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