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Posted by  nikki on July 30, 2003 at 16:42:25:

In Reply to:  music and architecture posted by RONNY on July 25, 2003 at 10:40:06:

Hello, I don't know if this is beneficial but I also had an assignment where we had to create a design that visually described a song or interlude using concentration and texture. I don't know at what point you are at with your research. Are you concentrating on one style of music or music in general. If you have chosen a style I'm sure that there is some similarities within that style. Ex. Swing music is fast paced and upbeat. Well if you pick a style and listen to the music I'm sure a fundamental design will arise. You could try holding a pencil and moving your arm to the music and whatever arises is your interpretation to the music. Music is very symbolic and encompasses many personal emotions. You could then overlay a floorplan on your design, pull it up into a perspective and spaceplan. That building will then in turn be your interpretation of that category of music. The interior as well as the exterior could also contain textures that represent that music. I don't know if any of this is benificial or useful because you may see things differently being a architecture student that I as a interior design student. Your probably still in the process of research. I hope this helps in some way
nikki

 
 
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