Leeser Architecture's House of Hungarian Music Has No Straight Lines or Planar Surfaces
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New York-based Leeser Architecture unveiled their music-inspired proposal for The House of Hungarian Music in Budapest which has no straight lines or planar surfaces. The architects drew inspiration from Goethe’s notion of architecture being frozen music and came up with a design based on flowing organic forms and flexible spaces for exhibitions, installations and performances.
It's both neat to look at and makes me scratch my head wondering why someone wanted to do it.
I do like the analogy of architecture as frozen music.