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Roger Sanchez deconstructs tech house with “Zaha Hadid”

Roger Sanchez deconstructs tech house with “Zaha Hadid”

Start your weekend early with this Zaha Hadid-inspired track by the internationally renowned DJ, Roger Sanchez. The former Pratt architecture student is currently working on a starchitect-themed, tech house series that musically interprets the work of his favorite architects, such as Frank Gehry, Frank Lloyd Wright, IM Pei, Tado Ando and Gaudi.

Sanchez explained to bdonline, “The song [Zaha Hadid] – it’s tech-house, futuristic, minimal but with lots of varying elements that are opposing but work together beautifully. It has an angular high at the end which conforms to the form of her designs and there’s a crescendo in the middle that reminds me of her focal points.”

Reference: bdonline, Artinfo

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Cite: Karissa Rosenfield. "Roger Sanchez deconstructs tech house with “Zaha Hadid”" 10 Aug 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/262003/roger-sanchez-deconstructs-tech-house-with-zaha-hadid/> ISSN 0719-8884
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