lecture by Rahma Khazam

This talk examines several recent architectural projects in which sound plays a prominent part: these range from projects in which architects apply acoustic or musical notions to the design of buildings, to collaborations between architects and sound artists, some of which seek to blur the distinction between the two disciplines. It considers some of the main issues raised by such projects and whether they manage to achieve a genuine symbiosis between sound and architecture.

appearance at Tuned City
buiding with sound / 02.07.08