Haeundae LCT The Sharp Complex Download PDF

Haeundae LCT The Sharp
Click an image to view larger version.
Height: To Tip
411.6 m / 1,350 ft
Height: Architectural
411.6 m / 1,350 ft
 
LCT The Sharp Landmark Tower Outline
Tallest Building:
LCT The Sharp Landmark Tower

Height: Helipad
411.6 m / 1,350 ft
Floors Above Ground
101
Floors Below Ground
5
# of Elevators
46
Top Elevator Speed
10 m/s

Facts & Figures

Official Name Haeundae LCT The Sharp
Status Completed
Country South Korea
City Busan
Complex Function hotel / residential

Map of Buildings in Complex

NOTE: Only buildings that have GPS coordinates recorded are displayed.

 

Buildings in Complex

  Completed   Architecturally Topped Out   Structurally Topped Out   Under Construction   On Hold   Never Completed   Proposed   Vision   Demolished
ID #   Status Building Name City Height (m) Height (ft) Floors Completion Material Use
108 1   COM LCT The Sharp Landmark Tower Busan (KR) 411.6 1,350 101 2019 concrete hotel / residential
235 2   COM LCT The Sharp Residential Tower A Busan (KR) 339.1 1,113 85 2019 concrete residential
12160 3   COM LCT The Sharp Residential Tower B Busan (KR) 333.1 1,093 85 2019 concrete residential

CTBUH Initiatives

CTBUH Releases Year in Review: Tall Trends of 2019
12 Dec 2019 – CTBUH Research

Vertical Transportation: Ascent & Acceleration
12 Sep 2017 – CTBUH Research

Videos

SKYSCRAPER Driven From Inside Out Towards Nature
27 Oct 2015 – Chang-Soon Choi & Sooin Oh, Samoo Architects & Engineers

Research Papers

Year in Review: Tall Trends of 2019
12 Dec 2019 – CTBUH Journal 2020 Issue I

Application of Post-Tension Technology on Tall Buildings
1 Sep 2017 – International Journal of High-Rise Buildings Volume 6 Number 3

Structural Design Considerations and Challenges for Busan’s Haeundae Resort Complex
17 Oct 2016 – Cities to Megacities: Shaping Dense Vertical Urbanism

More Papers

Papers Related to Haeundae LCT The Sharp

Papers Related to Haeundae LCT The Sharp

Year in Review: Tall Trends of 2019
12 Dec 2019 – CTBUH Journal 2020 Issue I; CTBUH Research
The year 2019 was remarkable for the tall building industry, with 26 supertall buildings (300 meters or taller) completed, the most in any year. This is the second…
Application of Post-Tension Technology on Tall Buildings
1 Sep 2017 – International Journal of High-Rise Buildings Volume 6 Number 3; Kwangryang Chung, Jungwoo Park & Younghye Kim, Dong Yang Structural Engineers Co., Ltd; Dohun Kim, POSCO E&C
It’s been a decade since post-tension system began to be applied in earnest to buildings in Korea. In the meantime, posttension system has been used in various buildings…
Structural Design Considerations and Challenges for Busan’s Haeundae Resort Complex
17 Oct 2016 – Cities to Megacities: Shaping Dense Vertical Urbanism; Kwang Ryang Chung, Dong Yang Structural Engineers
In the early twentieth century, many countries were obsessed with high-rise buildings taller than 100 stories, and Korea was swept up in the challenge to build high-rise…
Design Considerations for Concrete High-Rise Buildings
Sep 2016 – International Journal of High-Rise Buildings Volume 5 Number 3; Kwangryang Chung & Chulho Park, Dongyang Structural Engineers Co., Ltd; Dohun Kim, POSCO E&C
Busan’s Haeundae Resort project, which is currently being constructed by POSCO E&C, comprises the 101-story Landmark Tower and two 85-story residential towers. Presently…

Browse hundreds of other papers published by CTBUH members on a range of multi-disciplinary subjects in the Research Papers Library