31 Building

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31 Building
Alternatively: Samil Building
The Facade Of The 31 Building.JPG
General information
Typeoffice
Location10-2 Gwancheol-dong, Seoul, South Korea
Coordinates37°34′06.96″N 126°59′13.92″E / 37.5686000°N 126.9872000°E / 37.5686000; 126.9872000Coordinates: 37°34′06.96″N 126°59′13.92″E / 37.5686000°N 126.9872000°E / 37.5686000; 126.9872000
Completed1970
Height
Roof110 m (360 ft)
Technical details
Floor count31 (equivalent)
Design and construction
ArchitectKim Joong-up
References
[1][2][3]
31 Building
Hangul
31(삼일) 빌딩
Hanja
三一 빌딩
Revised RomanizationSamil Bilding
McCune–ReischauerSamil Pilting

31 Building (Also known as Samil Building, Korean: 31빌딩) is an office building in Seoul, South Korea. Completed in 1970, the 31 Building was the tallest building in Seoul until 1979, when Lotte Hotel Seoul was completed.

The architect of the 31 Building was Kim Joong-up, a famous architect in South Korea.

It was selected as 'Seoul Future Heritage' because it is considered a valuable building in the history of architecture in Seoul.

References[edit]

  1. ^ 31 Building at Emporis
  2. ^ "31 Building". SkyscraperPage.
  3. ^ http://www.cnu.daejeon.kr/AWA/Architecture%20in%20Korea/KA-Contemporary%20Building-Seoul-01.htm