Music as a generative process in architectural form and space composition
Master of Architecture
To hear a sound is to see its space. Space has tonality that gradates from light to darkness. The fusion of disciplines and their orders inspires a heightened awareness of ideas. Music and architecture run parallel while simultaneously sustaining and nurturing each other's morphological energy. By divorcing the mind from normal frameworks, the understanding of musical composition can illuminate possibilities at achieving new tectonic composition. The challenge is to levitate both disciplines to an equivalent dimension and discover new dialogues and relationships between two oppositions never observed before. In so doing, perhaps question architecture's premise and delineate a new definition as to the complexities of architecture on various stratas of reality.