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Acoustic Pavilion II

With the objective of creating an instrumental acoustic pavilion for classical music, the project examines how acoustic simulation and computational form finding can advance an architectural space with different reverberation times according to the position of the musician. Created for the Aalborg Culture Festival (2012) the pavilion was a musical centre for classical musicians playing for the public during the three day event. 

The project research work is published in the eCAADe International Conference proceedings (2014) with the paper entitled 'Evolution of an Instrumental Architecture'.

The project was developed with Mads Brath. 

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