Korea Land and Housing Corporation (LH) is a government-owned corporation, committed to sustainable management through diverse activities, including the construction, renovation, and management of land and housing properties. Their Sustainable Management Strategy includes three key principles: strengthening business competitiveness, leading low carbon green growth, and contributing to local communities. As such, their vision for their headquarters was one which reflected these values through the architect’s design concept “Land Meets Sky,” a building that is harmonious both visually and technologically, implementing numerous sustainable methodologies at both the micro and macro scale.
The 20-story office complex facility consists of administrative offices, public services, welfare, and cultural facilities that include sports facilities, exhibition hall, classrooms, broadcasting studios, library, credit union, cafeteria, child care, and conference center.
This fast paced BIM project entailed a short design period of less than one year, multi-disciplinary construction team – ICP (Integrated Construction Process), which involved over 200 sub-consultants.