Floating Stageby Kyungam Architects
- Han river, Seoul, Korea
The concept of the design was an image of a bubble rising up from the water. consisting of a seating capacity of 2200 people, the dome structure spans approx. 500㎡ in length and 24m in width. the control rooms are situated on the second floor of the dome to control the light and water performances and the multipurpose room is situated on the first floor to be utilized for various purposes. the arch structure supports four rotating doors that can open and close depending on what is required. this systems allows for the stage to be used all four seasons, in the winter time the dome is closed to be used as in indoor space. the base of the stage is made up of barge structure allowing the stage to float, and the upper dome is a steel framed structure with lightweight material finishes.