You would have been around the world watching wonderful architectures, but have you got a chance to witness any such structure like the Busan Opera House? Wondering what is so special about this opera house? Well, its design makes it a special architectural wonder with an exclusive gargantuan green roof! Sanzpont Arquitectura has displayed its design genius through its architectural work on the Busan Opera House in Korea. Such a showcase of marvelous building features has helped to raise Sanzpont’s own standards by carving a niche in the world of architecture.
Displaying a bevy of sustainable features, the opera house’s design reflects a merger of local spiritual heritage with the philosophical depth. Due to its skin controlling the sparkling LED RGB lights, the building gets brightened in a marvelous way at night. While during the day time, it remains airy through natural ventilation techniques, and the shaded facade avoids the building from heating up. Following an energy conservation approach, there are integrated photovoltaic solar panels installed at the building to contribute towards the generation of electricity, thus also giving the structure an eco friendly angle.
There is much more than this when it comes to defining the beauty of the Busan Opera House. After construction is completed on this project, if you ever get to visit this building, you will receive an unforgettable sight of its uniquely crafted green roof and multiple green terraces. The building lights are enclosed within the double-layered, nebular gradient, silk-screened ETFE. The layer of lighting has a printed texture that gradients the building skin’s opacity to further control lighting and sunlight. There develops a wavy pattern due to the moving energy flow, which starts when the intensity and RGB gradients of light-emitting diodes are controlled.
Giving an example of urban green architecture, Sanzpont has tried to design its project in a nature-friendly manner. The architectural firm has also emphasized through its project that this opera house should be fully passable. It means that the building’s exterior horizontal areas act as extension paths to city parks, and are fun paths to walk along its green roof, four plazas and terraces. Rainwater harvesting practiced in this building creates supplies for its bathroom facilities, while waste-water is also recycled for irrigation. The exclusive gargantuan green roof of the opera house keeps it cool and provides oxygen. It is going to be a far-from-imagination structure that would not only fascinate people but also pay back greatly to nature.