Music and Architecture: Harmony and Harmonious (London)

Dialogue hosted by LSE Cities

The first in our series of workshops on music and architecture exploring the relation of harmony, rhythm and melody to architecture and urban spaces. This workshop explored the tension between harmony existing in the spectator’s experience of spatial form in time, or harmony as existing in the space, plan and theoretical position of the architect and thus resulting building and its representation.

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