Architecture and Music / enero de 2016
publicado en MEDIUM
Music and Architecture have many common features. Designing a building is like composing a symphony. The architect “composes” the different elements that coexist in a work, just as the composer “build” their scores from the first sketches to the last details. Moreover, both arts differ in one essential aspect: architectureoccupies a space, remains there from the end of its construction and it is tangible;music develops over time, and it is essentially ephemeral and abstract.