South Korea-based Shinslab Architecture created a stunning pavilion from the old rusty ship. He titled them ‘Temp’L’ for the Seoul edition of MoMA’s Young Architects Program. It looks like casual abstract art at first, but when you take a closer look you’ll see something familiar.
Old Rusty Ship – Stunning Building
A ship! Shinslab Architecture chopped off a part of a ship, flipped it upside down, and turned it into a beautiful building that won this year’s MoMA Young Architects Program in Seoul. When entering the ship, visitors can find trees, benches, and a spiral staircase leading to a balcony – all in the midst of the ships rusty interior. It’s truly stunning. Keep on scrolling to take a look at the structure from the inside and out.