In the final, the proposal of the Austrian architects seemed to the jury more attractive than the projects of Stephen Hall and Enrique Norten (TEN Arquitectos).
Wolf D. Prix described the future complex as "an unusual combination of public space, cultural institution, high technology and architecture." Along with the Visual Arts Center, a conference hall, an open-air cinema and the Festival Center, a cinema with six halls with a total area of 40,000 square meters will also be built. m. The main purpose of the ensemble is to serve as the venue for the Busan International Film Festival. The project budget is 70 million euros.
The interconnected overlaps of individual parts of the cinema center form a "virtual sky" over the multimedia public space. This architectural solution connects the Korean project "Coop Himmelb (l) ay" with their presentation center "BMW World" in Munich.