Bucheon Kumho Richensia Tower 1

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Height: Architectural 240.7 m / 790 ft
Height: Occupied 224.8 m / 737 ft
Height: To Tip 240.7 m / 790 ft
Height: Helipad 239.7 m / 786 ft
Floors Above Ground 66
Floors Below Ground 7
# of Elevators 4
Top Elevator Speed 4 m/s
# of Parking Spaces 1,383


Official Name Bucheon Kumho Richensia Tower 1
Name of Complex Bucheon Kumho Richencia
Structure Type Building
Status Completed
Country South Korea
City Bucheon
Street Address & Map Jung-dong 1116
Building Function residential
Structural Material concrete
Proposed 2007
Construction Start 2007
Completion 2012
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Regional Ranking #377 Tallest in Asia
National Ranking #29 Tallest in South Korea
City Ranking #1 Tallest in Bucheon

Companies Involved

Owner/Developer HJ-Life PFV; KUMHO Industrial
Design HAEAHN Architecture, Inc.
Structural Engineer
Design CS Structural Engineering
MEP Engineer
• (not specified) Hana Consulting Engineers; Sukwoo Engineering
Main Contractor Kumho E&C

About Bucheon Kumho Richensia Tower 1

The design intent for these twin towers was to break free from the typical square or rectilinear plan form of residential buildings and create a unique façade. To find the form of the towers, spaces were prioritized and organized in terms of program, views, and daylight requirements. A plan shape that resembles a five-pointed star was chosen, giving the buildings a unique and flowing elevational experience.

The site of the residential complex was planned to form a unique environment for its residents: two parks which flank the site were connected through landscaping, creating an uninterrupted garden that flows between and around the buildings. Retail spaces are located at the periphery of the site and below ground to serve the building occupants. The landscaping of the gardens continues up the towers to planted roof gardens on the third floors of each tower. Finally, a sky lounge located on the 63rd floor of the tower offers wide views of the surrounding city.


Structural Design of The Rechensia Tower
5 Feb 2010 – Jong-Soo Kim, CS Structural Engineering

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