We've seen plenty of music houses sculpted around the concept of music--warm wood-paneled theaters that evoke the insides of instruments; symphony halls where a massive pipe organ becomes part of the architecture. But it's not often that the form of the building itself is driven by music. Anisotropia is a concept by Orproject for an opera house in South Korea where the music -- a composition for piano, to be exact -- shapes the building's form. The competition sponsored by the Busan Opera House hoped to bring ideas to light that could add another cultural destination to the port city.
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