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A frame of length 30M, width 15M was set as living quarters by depending on the previous embankment, as the given land was relatively large. Twelve rooms were constructed inside. The old houses of Korea did not have a room with purpose. It would be called main room, room across main room, and room in the gate section according to its location. This traditional spatial concept was restored and twelve rooms without a purpose were created for the dweller who wishes a free life away from the city. Only five rooms have roofs and the rest have open tops. Sometimes it can only be used as a dining room or bathroom but access to nearby rooms were made convenient so that the room can be used for other purposes as well. The space between rooms would be filled with water or flowers but some spaces should be left empty. The materials and physical properties that surround the space would be emptied by making it white. The house was selected as a permanent collection by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, in 2010.