Designed by Unsangdong Architects, the Dancing Apartment is a radical structure that promises to create life associations by mixing different units or putting differences between units. Located in South Korea, the modern structure is capable of fulfilling the needs and liking of different groups within the apartment. Featuring different community spaces, including parks, leisure facilities, event space, a library, media space and performance space, the apartments are constructed using oblique lines with each unit boasting a terrace. The facade of the building is woven with stepped levels, punctuated with greenery, which gives a green terrace to all the units. Moreover, residents can raise the ceiling of a few of their living spaces, while others can create two stories inside their home. The Dancing Apartment offering three-dimensional indoor spaces is simply an architectural marvel by the Korean firm.