Mosaic Building Made of 100% Front Doors

April 9, 2013


In Seoul Korea a building that has a facade made completely from recycled front doors. To some traditionalists it may be an eyesore, but in fact it's materials show a deeper meaning for only the intellectuals to see. Choi Jeong-Hwa worked his magic for this creation in South Korea. He is known for his the artistic statements he makes with recycled materials, check out his other works: In a world where the environment is so fragile it is important to not only contribute to it, but express your environmental opinions to others. Spreading the environmental ideas is just as important and can be done through art in any form such as music, paintings, sculptures. Last but not least, a huge part is architecture is making it fit into it's environment and energy efficiency.

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