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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Tornado in Taiwan

Opera house get name by shape, that is like Tornado. Tornado, is an entry for an opera contest in Taiwan which was a teamwork between Visiondivision and Markus Wagner, a member of Svensk Standard.
This is a powerful energy generating machine on the outside with a sensual, organic inside that transcends the visitors from the bustling city to a serene world of the performing arts.
One of the positive aspects of raising the building is that it creates a generous public space around it. The square slopes gently towards the entrance, surrounded by pearls, the visitors descends fadingly into the building like entering an ocean.

Tornado in Taiwan

The Grand theater is embedded in pearls, creating a elegant and modern experience for the audience. The semi-transparent pearls are lit from behind and dim the light, creating a glowing sensation. Depending on the performance, the ambience can be set into different modes.

 Opera house
 A great spiral of pearls is the main focal point of the entrance hall, you can either take the elevator through it or the ramp around it, by foot or with the VIP Train of pearls, taking you all the way into the Grand Theater.
 The Grand theater
This is all strongly manifested from the visual effect of its rotating facade. The facade is covered with curved blades are attached on segments that rotate with the wind, generating energy to the building and to the city.

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