Located 30 km from Seoul, the capital of South Korea, the city of Gimpo showcases architecture that combines traditional Japanese style with the most innovative trends in contemporary design.
Baldocer is present in its recently renovated city hall. A building that represents the rigor of public administration through a sober and modern aesthetic, characterized by straight lines and a pronounced taste for geometry.
By using three monochromatic collections such as Blanco, Silver and Lead on its facade and giving great prominence to the windows, this project exudes a modern image with a style that adapts to new architectural trends.
A city hall with a sober and contemporary air for a very important city in its region, which boasts the country’s second-largest airport.