Almost since their inception, films have inspired viewers to see and create things differently. Inspired by the 1988 film, Two Moon Junction, this South Korean gallery and coffee shop has a very interesting design. Named Two Moon, the project consists of two buildings with moon-like cut outs. According to a description of the project, “Each building has three floors that can be accessed directly via individual staircases, by doing so, common space can be reduced to minimum while maximum can be allocated for rental usage.
The two boxes have an encounter with a large sphere, thus having a distinct concave space that signifies a moon motif.” Inside, an open design lends itself perfectly to the building being used as a gallery and coffee shop. Take a look at Two Moon by Moon Hoon.
From the outside, Two Moon’s design is incredibly captivating. Without even knowing the inspiration for the project, the presence of the moon shapes is very evident.
Inside, the buildings have lots of open space that allows for lots of flexibility. Gray brick walls and a bold blue ceiling give this area character and style.
Perfect for use as an art gallery, this area has large windows which allow for natural light to easily brighten up the room.
A series of holes in the walls create a very cool light pattern that can be seen during the evening.
This enclosed outdoor space which overlooks the city is perfect for entertaining visitors during showings and other events.
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