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Busan opera House in South Korea by TASK Architects designed using 3dsmax, Rhino and Grasshopper

Thursday, September 8th, 2011

Article source: TASK Architects

Busan is one of the most important Korean cities and its largest port. The project is located in the newly developed area of north port. We wanted to create an Icon. A monument that would shift the vision of the locals and international visitors alike and create new experiences for each visitor while on the same time is welcoming and inviting. And can be the city’s vision of future development.

Exterior rendering

  • Architect: TASK Architects
  • Name of Project: Busan opera House
  • Location: Busan, South Korea
  • Team: Taymour Senbel, Khaled ElAshry , Ahmad Badr ElDin, Aya Ibrahim
  • Theory: A New Paradigm of Contemporary Korean Design
  • Software used: 3dsmax, Rhino and Grasshopper


Busan opera house in South Korea by Architectures David Tajchman

Wednesday, September 7th, 2011

Article source: Architectures David Tajchman

Located in the North Port area of Busan, second largest city in the Republic of Korea, the New Opera House aims to bring the new maritime culture island a landmark character both at the city scale and at the international level. Surrounded by the sea, the city buildings and the mountains, \’operascope\’ is conceptualized as a musical instrument and an observation machine.


  • Architect: Architectures David Tajchman
  • Name of Project: Busan opera house
  • Location: Busan, South Korea
  • Competition: International Competition
  • Area: 60000 m2
  • Height: 80 m
  • Year: August 2011
  • Client: Busan metropolitan city
  • Architectural assistant: Luke izri


Busan Opera House Proposal in South Korea by Weava Architects

Saturday, August 27th, 2011

Article source: WEAVA Architects

With the development of North Port also comes the exaltation of the city of Busan.  A resonating voice glorifies the city and its inhabitants, and the strength in the capacity of this voice to evoke thought, inspiration and emotion increases with each successive stage of development.  The voice carries forward throughout the world, ushering the city of Busan into a new cultural era while recognizing the history of the people who identify with it.  From the mountains embracing the city, an echo resounds across the community and recalls the beacon mounds, which have been traditionally used as a method of communication beyond large distances and are currently celebrated for awe inspiring beauty.  In North Port, the mountain’s echo joins the voice of exaltation in the design of the Busan Opera House, forming a harmonious relationship composing the new cultural voice of the city.

Bird Eye Render

  • Architects: WEAVA Architects
  • Project: Busan Opera House Proposal
  • Location: Busan, South Korea
  • Design Director: Jean-Hubert Chow
  • Project architects: Edward Kwitek, Jamie Yengel
  • Supporting Staff Members: Leila Bao, Harry Shen, Ricky Xu


Busan Opera House in South korea by Wahag Studio

Wednesday, August 24th, 2011

Article source: Wahag Studio

Participation of wahag studio in the international ideas competition to establish a design for the busan opera house to start to construct in 2014 (expected). the opera house will include a variety of facilities that will foster a wide range of artistic activities all the while being accessible to the city’s citizens. the grand scale of this project will be suitable for busan’s status as an international city.


  • Designed by: Wahag Studio
  • Name of Project: Busan Opera House
  • Location: Busan, South korea
  • Type of competition: open international competition
  • Site area: 35,000 m2
  • Team work: wahag studio team
  • Architects: m.mansour gebaly, wael hussein Mahmoud
  • Software used: Rhino and grasshopper for developing the form and the final modeling; for the final render used 3ds Max and photoshop


Busan Opera House in South Korea by Praud

Wednesday, August 24th, 2011

Article source: Praud

The concept starts from how multiple performance facilities can share common program.  One way is to share public space such as foyers and the other is to share theatre function itself.  We found out an interesting potential of theatre that when one performance facility share its theatre function with other facilities,  various types of performance stages could be created by transformation of stage and chamber facilities.  Unlike having a fixed performance stage and sharing common public space,  it is a way of providing a variety of experience to the audience as well as using the opera house more efficient way.

Exterior View 01

  • Architect: Praud
  • Name of Project: Busan Opera House
  • Location: Busan, South Korea
  • Project: Competition Entry
  • Program: Opera House
  • Program Area: 52,000 m2
  • Team: Dongwoo Yim, Rafael Luna, Stacy Choi


Busan opera in Republic of Korea by Peter Ruge Architekten designed using Rhino

Thursday, August 18th, 2011

Article source: Peter Ruge Architekten

New opera house in Busan, Republic of Korea

Busan has a specific geography: Mountains areas are connecting directly to the Pacific Ocean. With great nature, a high density of population and an urgent demand for public spaces to be used by the inhabitants.

Night perspective

  • Architect: Peter Ruge Architekten
  • Name of Project: Busan opera
  • Location: Busan, Republic of Korea
  • Competition: 2011
  • Size  GFA: 54.000 sqm
  • Client: The Busan International Architectural Culture Festival Organizing Committee
  • Team: Peter Ruge, Matthias Matschewski, Hyesook Ahn, Kayoko Uchiyama, Barbara Kubicka, Zubin Daboo
  • Brief: Design of the opera and theatre building including landscape design
  • Scope of services: Open international competition
  • Software used: Rhino for the 3d model and 3DSMax for the final rendering.


Busan Opera House in South Korea by Kubota & Bachmann Architects

Sunday, August 14th, 2011

Article source: Kubota & Bachmann Architects

Busan is the fifth largest port of the world. The BUSAN OPERA HOUSE (BOH) is located in the Busan North Port development area. This zone is home to a cultural complex department, museums, a maritime culture center, a cruise center, waterfront causeway, public parks, an opera, a theater and a business district. It is crucial that the BOH program and its architectural form integrate into the existing master plan, and express the new and unique creative character of the Busan North Port.

Final Exterior

  • Architects: Kubota & Bachmann Architects
  • Project: Busan Opera House
  • Location: Busan, South Korea
  • Client: Busan Metropolitan City
  • Type of Competition: Open International Competition
  • Program: Opera house (2,000 seats), Multi Purpose Theater (1,300 seats), Common area andAuxiliary facilities
  • Competition Study Area: 35 000 m²
  • Total floor area: 60 000 m²
  • Software used: Rhinocéros, 3dSMax, Autocad


World Business Center Solomon Tower in Busan, South Korea by Asymptote Architecture

Tuesday, July 12th, 2011

Article source: Asymptote Architecture

Asymptote has been commissioned to build the World Business Center Solomon Tower through an international design competition sponsored by the Municipality of Busan City and the Solomon Group. Asymptote’s groundbreaking design of three separate, tapered towers rising out of a robust and powerful base will be among the tallest buildings in Asia at 550m. The World Busniess Center Solomon Tower was recently awarded the 2008 American Architecture Award by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design.

Night View

  • Architects: Asymptote Architecture
  • Project:World Business Center Solomon Tower
  • Location: Busan, South Korea
  • Size: 240,000 sq. m
  • Date: 2007 – Ongoing


Haeundae Udong Hyundai I’ Park in Busan, South Korea by Studio Daniel Libeskind

Friday, March 11th, 2011

The concept of the Haeundae Udong project is to build a powerful and unique icon expressed in a dynamic volume on the Busan waterfront. Studio Daniel Libeskind will produce five new towers sculpted to express the dramatic beauty and power of the ocean. The curvilinear geometry of the buildings plays with concepts of traditional Korean architecture, often derived from natural beauty such as the grace of an ocean wave, the unique composition of a flower petal, or the wind-filled sails of a ship. Upon completion it will be the tallest residential building in Asia.

Aerial View of Haeundae Udong Hyundai I' Park

  • Architect: Studio Daniel Libeskind
  • Name of Project: Haeundae Udong Hyundai I’ Park
  • Location: Busan, South Korea
  • Commission: 2006
  • Completion: 2011
  • Client: Hyundai Development Company
  • Building Address: Haeundae Udong 1408, Busan, South Korea
  • Building Area: 4.5 Million sq.ft.
  • Building details: 3 residential towers w/ 1631 units (72F, 66F, 46F), 1 hotel (34F), 1 office (9F), 1 retail (3F)
  • Structure: Concrete structure with glass curtain wall cladding
  • Architect of Record: Kunwon, Hanmi
  • Structural Engineer: ARUP, Dong Yang Structural Engineers Co.
  • MEP Engineer: SYSKA Hennessy, Hyun Woo
  • Geotechnical Engineer: Saegil E & C Co.
  • Landscape Consultant: Ctopos
  • Curtain Wall Consultant: Wallplus
  • Fire Protection Consultant: Yung-Do Engineering Co.
  • Lighting Consultant: LPA
  • Contractor: Hyundai Development Company
  • Photo Credits: ©Hyundai Development Company, ©dbox: Images, ©neoscape, © SDL


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