Daejeon Green Hills is an urban landscape based on the concepts of natural geometry, underlying fluidity and flexible space in a futuristic green environment. The landscape features 4 harmonious rings, which provide a sense of order, logic and synchronicity to the city. There is a fluid central design theme of green flowing bands with constellations of towers rising from the uninterrupted rings, but from there, each ring has its own designation inspired by the existing structures within the ring.
Daejeon Green Hills is an attempt to deliver an impressive, state-of-the-art urban development within Daejeon, leveraging the natural landscape, ambition of the city and existing landmark buildings. These features together are translated within this architectural design into a dynamic form.
The incredible natural landscape of Daejeon situation serves as the design inspiration for Daejeon Green Hills. The four mountains that surround the city correspond to the four rings in the development, while the towers rising from the ribbon-like belt of buildings surrounding each ring pay reference to the surrounding mountain-scape. The buildings feature green vegetation flowing up and down the side and over the towers and through the ribbon-like band connecting the towers in the ring. Ultimately, the elasticity of the design will provide Daejeon with a high degree of flexibility to tailor this concept to the developing needs of the city.