This unusual apartment is located in Seoul and was designed by South Korean design firm AnLstudio. The futuristic structure consists of entrance hall, artist’s working areas, kitchen, bedroom or bathroom. The most peculiar thing about the inner architecture is fragments of the wing inserted into the walls and ceiling which is used to separate the living quarters from the workspace. The apartment is called Nakwon, it’s ‘utopia’ in Korean and the client’s attitude for life. The target of creating this wing was to maximize the spatial perception by wrapping it with unique lighting embedded in the ceilings and walls of working area. The wing supports functions of work, providing lighting and organizing dwelling units along the periphery of the space, which is the private area like bedrooms or bathrooms.