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Korean High Society

Seoul, Korea

Korean High Society

In renovating this private club house, whose owners have given Korea three art museums and foundations, Liaigre pays homage to the extraordinary richness of Korean culture.

The exterior architecture of the club house was designed by American architecture firm Altevers Associates and resembles a fortress. In contrast, the atmosphere of Liaigre’s interior emulates the design of popular bygone gathering places—which have largely been destroyed—through the use of black lacquered doors, massive sculpted wood columns made from a single tree trunk, and beams and floors made of stained distressed wood. And because club houses are intended to cultivate dialog between old and new through artwork, Liaigre built four walls made of Thassos (a white marble resembling blocks of salt), a white concrete staircase, and modular marble panels that move aside to reveal the spa.

Liaigre pays homage to the extraordinary richness of Korean culture.


The spa and natural hot springs area are decorated with refinement, featuring plush couches, hammered copper lamps, and onyx hanging light fixtures. The openness of the common areas—libraries, reading rooms, and hearth rooms—create a sense of intimacy, while the blue-glass dining room echoes the distant mountainous landscape.

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