Aural Architecture (2010)

Looking to precedents such as OMA’s Casa da Musica, our group set out to change sound through surface made with Rhino scripting. Using the Knowlton School of Architecture’s main space, a typically sound-rich space, we experimented with creating a new material to manipulate noise. Voids in the material created at the intersection of a gradient allows sound movement. A solid (sound proofing) happens at structural support points to create a free-standing surface. The final surface form would be milled and cast together with a rubberized plastic resin and arranged in a repeated pattern.

With Samuel Ludwig, Dan Leone, and Jake Johnson. (G2 Year)