Alexander Smaga has admirably endeavored to translate the experience of listening to music into the Celeton Excessive Music Hall. Only in the dreams of many architects would they take on and work through a proposal so conceptual and so creatively demanding.
Nevertheless, here we have a Viennese concert hall designed to look to the eyes and feel to the skin the way that songs and instrumental pieces sound to the ears. A very challenging task indeed! Ultimately influenced by the creator's own subjective appreciation of the auditory arts, this abstract and imaginative piece of architecture embodies color, fluidity and a permeability through its organic coral and brain-like structures. The Celeton Excessive Music Hall is a rhapsody for all of the senses.
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