Slated to be the new home of the Busan International Film Festival, Busan cinema center is multi-purpose performance space where you can enjoy movies, musicals and concerts. It is the world Longest cantilever stretching out over the streets cape 85 meters.
The underside of the cantilevered roof is covered with a dynamic LED lightning surface, the LED surface is lighted at night. And this makes visitors feel awesome expectation.
The building was designed by Austrian architectural firm Coop Himmelblau, which was established in 1968 by architects Wolf D. Prix, Helmut Swiczinsky and Michael Holzer.
Built on a 30,217-sq.m plot of land, the Busan Cinema Center houses three main buildings and an outdoor plaza including a theater/performing arts center called “Cinemountain” and “BIFF Hill,” which contains the offices of the film festival’s organizing committee.
The roof of the center is the largest in the world. Weighing 3,500 tons, it is 1.5 times the size of a soccer field. Propping up the huge roof is a small pillar that resembles two ice-cream cones connected together. Under the roof are 42,600 LED bulbs that light up in a kaleidoscope of colors at night.