Bizarchitecture (I)

It was Friedrich von Schelling who described architecture as “petrified music” and Frank Lloyd Wright who said, “An architect’s most useful tools are an eraser at the drafting board, and a wrecking bar at the site.” For the summer break, three weeks of strange buildings that demonstrate the validity of both points of view.

The Piano House was designed by students from the architecture faculty of Hefei University of Technology. It was built in Huainan City, An Hui Province, China. Inside the violin is the escalator to the building, which is a performance and practice venue for music students.Bizarchitecture(I)

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One comment on “Bizarchitecture (I)

  1. Kristine says:

    I’ve actually been to Hefei! Alas, it was before this amazing building was erected.

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