Linear patterns for the Heungkuk Tower Busan facade that is colored in black and fuchsia
Linear patterns for the Heungkuk Tower Busan facade that is colored in black and fuchsia
Linear patterns for the Heungkuk Tower Busan facade that is colored in black and fuchsia

Located in South Korea's second most populous city, Busan, Heungkuk Tower serves as an office building, with a facade with linear motifs that, filtering the incoming light, creates continuously changing atmospheres

The distinguishing feature of the building designed by Mecanoo architecten is its black and fuchsia facade, with its patterns that go beyond decoration. The role of the frame goes beyond decoration: in fact, incoming light is filtered, creating continuously different atmospheres

Linear patterns for the Heungkuk Tower Busan facade that is colored in black and fuchsia

The building, located in a dense area of the city, maximizes the capacity of the land. During the night, when the lights inside the tower are turned on, the characteristic pattern is revealed outside

Linear patterns for the Heungkuk Tower Busan facade that is colored in black and fuchsia

Employees and visitors of companies housed in the building can use the roof garden as a retreat area and a setting with views of the harbor and surrounding district

Linear patterns for the Heungkuk Tower Busan facade that is colored in black and fuchsia

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