South Korean Based Architectural Firm Turns Old Ship Into Beautiful Building (Photo)

A South Korean based architectural firm has created a masterpiece out of an old, rusty ship.

For the Seoul edition of MoMA’s Young Architects Program, Shinslab Architecture created an amazing pavilion with the title of  ‘Temp’L’.

Shinslab Architecture hacked off some parts of a ship, turned it upside down, and transformed it into a beautiful building.

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Old rusty ship turned into stunning building with trees

The building that won at the 2016 MoMA Young Architects Program in Seoul. The ship building has trees, benches, and a spiral staircase that leads to a balcony inside it.

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