The Island House is a modern style house construct on a river coast in Gapyunggun, Gyeounggi-do, South Korea. It is planned in 2008 by Korean architectural studio Iroje KHM Architects which is found in Seoul. The house situates between superlative natural environment in front of water and mountains that set just the right pure environment for the contemporary home design. The contemporary architecture house plan get from the terrain’s particular shape. The building is heaved to the North part of the site following its crooked curve and parting space for a great outside space enlarge to the South part. That pattern is most capable to the site place and position as it reveals the best of the landscape while making a connection to it.
This three story house especially residential for the van Heeswijk family. The house was built in a serene location, on the island of I burg, close to Amsterdam, in the Netherlands. Extra information was providing by the project panel: “as the border of this riverside residence is dressed in prick aluminum sheet, the stern is fully glassy, so that people can look at the sun set. Several of these panels are placed in the wake of windows and can be open automatically to let light to come in. The sea front frontage, with difference, is absolutely open and orientated to the sight. On the second floor, part of the volume is omitted to create space for a screened roof terrace”. The materials apply to construct the house were glass, concrete, steel and wood.