YINJISPACE use media professional’s unique perspective,try to explore the essence of life behind the design works.

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YINJISPACE use media professional’s unique perspective,try to explore the essence of life behind the design works.

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Z Lab

Z Lab is an interior design studio based in Seoul, South Korea, founded in 2014 by founders Noh Kyung Rok, Park Jung Hyun and Lee Sang Muk. Z Lab is a design team that aims to create a communication based on place and space, and an emotional space that reflects the wishes and will of the individual. The studio had to strike a balance between personal desire and regional universality in terms of design and regional identity. In this case, they created a new experience through space and personalized lifestyle branding.

Z Lab would like to contribute to give a new experience for many people beyond the geographic boundaries based on the place and space. So that our results can be created with a private transfer to local and sustainable value for the future to create a positive business model based on the person and region. This is the vision and mission of Z Lab.

As an architect, they through a renovation project has changed the life of local residents, make it become more modern, take studio multiple projects, a people no longer live in old house, an old school closed over a long period of time, a hutong humble fled resort in the home stay facility and an old block and so on. The studio takes "therapy" as its theme, but they can't offer direct therapeutic services, but can try to provide comfortable Spaces where people can rest on their own. "When doing this kind of work, we always give priority to local identity. We see that this is something that only we can do." Noh Kyung Rok said.

As the era of glitz continues for a long time, Z Lab is more inclined to create a "space of gratitude and comfort." This provides a place where people who have nowhere else to run can feel relaxed, both mentally and physically. The space created by Z Lab is actually a meditation space, which not only gives people warmth, but also allows them to release their body and mind calmly.

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    Design Works

    • Orommarr Cafe

      Z Lab hoped that people who visit this space will be able to meet Jeju's nature up close and enjoy the complete relaxation while looking at it.
    • JANWOL

      Myeongwol-ri is a village with a special meaning among villages in Jeju. It is a historic place where Myeongwolseongji and Myeongwoldae are left together with a colony of hackberry 400~500 years old from the entrance of the village. Janwol was planned as a space of special elegance that respects the special environment of Myungwol-ri and continues the culture of scholars.
    • ANOK in Gwideok-ri

      In Gwideok-ri, a coastal village in the west of Jeju island, a cozy stone house has long protected the sea from the wind. 'Anok', which is derived from The Jeju dialect 'Anokhada' and means comfortable.
    • Jeju Lodge

      On the slopes of Mount Halla, amid the lush jeju forests, is an old mountain cottage. This space, where you can relax just by looking out the window, is designed to create a calm atmosphere for the host's tea ceremony and meditation. It is a space dedicated to quiet relaxation, where guests can feel the mist of Mount Halla and the dense forest. The studio uses the natural materials of Jeju, such as basalt, cedar and soil, and the rough texture of the roof materials to blend with the surrounding forest.
    • Hanok Essay Seochon

      Hanok Essay Seochon is located in a small alley in Seoul, South Korea, which preserves the traditions and changes of Seoul. For a variety of reasons, the studio designed the B&B into a small courtyard that fits the atmosphere of the surrounding Hanok, with a lounge and fireplace, as well as lounge chairs for relaxation. It will be a space of opportunity, gratitude and comfort.
    • Stay Dayoff

      Stay Dayoff is a Korean-style homestay in Seochon, South Korea. The courtyard and the urban-style Hanoks intersect along the alleys of the Joson Dynasty, serving as the central space of the rest day, and planning all kinds of fun to be enjoyed in the courtyard in the space. Here, the B&B interior not only provides a small bathroom, but also provides a sauna, so that the people who come to rest here can relax themselves through another experience.
    • Waon House

      Waon House is a leisure hotel located in Jeju City, South Korea. The project began with the desire to create a space that provides complete treatment. Due to many good deeds done by Mrs. Ham in the past, the local name Hamdeok derives from the fact that the house makes a good first impression. The wonder this stone house offered captured people's hearts like love at first sight.
    • Jocheon Masil

      Jocheon Masil is a private hotel located in Jocheon-eup, Jeju Island. Sinchon-ri, a village on Jeju Island, preserves traces of Jeju people's life. The house, which has kept the shape of Jeju stone houses for over 200 years, is a beautiful space in itself, with nothing added or decorated as the house is filled with stories and traces of people's lives.
    • Nuwa Guesthouse

      Nuwa designed by Korean interior studio is tucked down a narrow alley inSeochon, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Seoul's Jongno-gu district. Theguesthouse takes over a traditional Korean home – otherwise known as a hanok –that measures just 29.3 square meters.