KOREAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

KOREAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

RELIGIOUS

Tampa, Florida

2010  –  Tampa Bay AIA Unbuilt Design Award

 

The roof of the Tampa Korean United Methodist Fellowship Hall cantilevers out on exposed concrete beams to greet the congregation on the entry side. The entry, framed between the choir room and the kitchen, leads to a 300 seat dining hall.

The masonry, concrete, laminated wood beams, metal bracing are all exposed to express the craft of construction. On the wooded side of the sloped site, the roof extends 25' over a dining terrace. The terrace is carved to make room for a cross viewed against the backdrop of the live oaks.

KOREAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

KOREAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

KOREAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

RELIGIOUS

Tampa, Florida

2010  –  Tampa Bay AIA Unbuilt Design Award

 

The roof of the Tampa Korean United Methodist Fellowship Hall cantilevers out on exposed concrete beams to greet the congregation on the entry side. The entry, framed between the choir room and the kitchen, leads to a 300 seat dining hall.

The masonry, concrete, laminated wood beams, metal bracing are all exposed to express the craft of construction. On the wooded side of the sloped site, the roof extends 25' over a dining terrace. The terrace is carved to make room for a cross viewed against the backdrop of the live oaks.

KOREAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

KOREAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

KOREAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

RELIGIOUS

Tampa, Florida

2010  –  Tampa Bay AIA Unbuilt Design Award

 

The roof of the Tampa Korean United Methodist Fellowship Hall cantilevers out on exposed concrete beams to greet the congregation on the entry side. The entry, framed between the choir room and the kitchen, leads to a 300 seat dining hall.

The masonry, concrete, laminated wood beams, metal bracing are all exposed to express the craft of construction. On the wooded side of the sloped site, the roof extends 25' over a dining terrace. The terrace is carved to make room for a cross viewed against the backdrop of the live oaks.

KOREAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

KOREAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

KOREAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

RELIGIOUS

Tampa, Florida

2010  –  Tampa Bay AIA Unbuilt Design Award

 

The roof of the Tampa Korean United Methodist Fellowship Hall cantilevers out on exposed concrete beams to greet the congregation on the entry side. The entry, framed between the choir room and the kitchen, leads to a 300 seat dining hall.

The masonry, concrete, laminated wood beams, metal bracing are all exposed to express the craft of construction. On the wooded side of the sloped site, the roof extends 25' over a dining terrace. The terrace is carved to make room for a cross viewed against the backdrop of the live oaks.

KOREAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

KOREAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

KOREAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

RELIGIOUS

Tampa, Florida

2010  –  Tampa Bay AIA Unbuilt Design Award

 

The roof of the Tampa Korean United Methodist Fellowship Hall cantilevers out on exposed concrete beams to greet the congregation on the entry side. The entry, framed between the choir room and the kitchen, leads to a 300 seat dining hall.

The masonry, concrete, laminated wood beams, metal bracing are all exposed to express the craft of construction. On the wooded side of the sloped site, the roof extends 25' over a dining terrace. The terrace is carved to make room for a cross viewed against the backdrop of the live oaks.

KOREAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

KOREAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

KOREAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

RELIGIOUS

Tampa, Florida

2010  –  Tampa Bay AIA Unbuilt Design Award

 

The roof of the Tampa Korean United Methodist Fellowship Hall cantilevers out on exposed concrete beams to greet the congregation on the entry side. The entry, framed between the choir room and the kitchen, leads to a 300 seat dining hall.

The masonry, concrete, laminated wood beams, metal bracing are all exposed to express the craft of construction. On the wooded side of the sloped site, the roof extends 25' over a dining terrace. The terrace is carved to make room for a cross viewed against the backdrop of the live oaks.