HYUNDAI card travel library by Wonderwall, Seoul – Korea

August 12th, 2014 by retail design blog

The project is a facility dedicated to the members of the HYUNDAI CARD, which opened in Seoul, South Korea. It is a “Travel Library” and a café that have been designed with a theme of travel. The concept of the design is a “Stock of Curiosity.” The act of visiting this place is interpreted as a form of travel, and the space exhibits a thick accumulation of information, experience, and objects-including a bookshelf that covers the entire wall from floor to ceiling. The first floor cafe space features various chairs collected from around the world, hinting at the cultural diversity and encounters it offers to the visitors.

Photography: Nacása & Partners
Design by Wonderwall

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