Steps in the Right Direction: UnSangDong Architects Beautifies Waste Disposal

At UnSangDong Architects Cooperation’s Cheongshim Water Story in Songsan, South Korea, synthetic turf lines the concrete steps descending from the roof deck. Photography by Sergio Pirrone.

Water in the reflecting pool in front of the entry was treated in the plant underneath the building.Photography by Sergio Pirrone.

Another pool, carved from a gallery’s platform in solid-surfacing, is supplied by nozzles in the ceiling. Photography by Sergio Pirrone.

Dried reeds define a corridor in the treatment plant. Photography by Sergio Pirrone.

About a quarter of the space inside the cylinder is open-air.Photography by Sergio Pirrone.

Acrylic paint intended for outdoor use protects interior walls from the constant moisture. Photography by Sergio Pirrone.

Hydroponic lettuce and chicory grow in a glass case in the treatment plant. Photography by Sergio Pirrone.

Ipe decking tops the roof. Photography by Sergio Pirrone.

When visitors approach a gallery’s interactive screen wall, it simulates their reflections as they would appear underwater. Photography by Sergio Pirrone.

Carp swim in the 3,300-gallon glass aquarium suspended from the concrete floor slab of the second level. Photography by Sergio Pirrone.

Micro-injection nozzles produce clouds of fog in the indoor garden. Photography by Sergio Pirrone.

Epoxy surfaces the floor of a classroom. Photography by Sergio Pirrone.

Granite stepping stones bridge the pool at the entry. Photography by Sergio Pirrone.

Conservation-minded messages are stenciled on the walls of the multipurpose space. Photography by Sergio Pirrone.

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