Architecture is Frozen Music (with Music Added)

East, East Coast
Tuesday, March 9, 2010
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Architectural designer and videographer Sandy Cole made this impressionistic video of the Diana Center at Barnard College, designed by Weiss/Manfredi. For those who don’t have the chance to see it in person, it captures the building’s colored and clear skin, its “slipped vistas” of the campus and city, and its layered interior.–The Editors

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2 Responses to “Architecture is Frozen Music (with Music Added)”

  1. Leon Milo says:

    Beautiful construction. I wonder what the actual sonic ambiance of the spaces are like? Thanks for the post. LM

  2. Bill says:

    We will ask.

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