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Acoustic Environments / AREA and Electrotexture Lab

Acoustic Environments / AREA and Electrotexture Lab
Courtesy of AREA and Electrotexture Lab
Courtesy of AREA and Electrotexture Lab

The Acoustic Pavilion Project, developed by AREA and Electrotexture Lab, is created from evolutionary algorithms that search the optimum form and reflective environment for electronic music within the context of Aalborg’s harbor front. More images and brief project description after the break.

It encloses the musical space from the city and opens to the water aiming at creating an intimate sound based milieu within an open public realm. The project serves as a research project between the studios AREA and Electrotexture Lab and Aalborg University, Institute of Architecture, Design and Media Technology.

Courtesy of AREA and Electrotexture Lab
Courtesy of AREA and Electrotexture Lab

Architects: AREA and Electrotexture Lab Location: Aalborg, Denmark Materials: 6 mm plywood, Galvanized steel scaffolding, Metal wire + wire locks Year: 2011

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Cite: Alison Furuto. "Acoustic Environments / AREA and Electrotexture Lab" 19 Sep 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/170078/acoustic-environments-area-and-electrotexture-lab/> ISSN 0719-8884
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