Open Architecture is a company that's renowned for its prowess in seamlessly blending its architectural creations with rugged landscapes, and an upcoming concert venue in China is its latest and greatest creation.
Dubbed the Chapel of Sound, this particular venue will be situated in a valley that is home to sections of the Ming dynasty section of the Great Wall of China.
In keeping with its surroundings, the Chapel of Sound concert venue is being built using a combination of concrete and locally sourced rocks, which will enable it to perfectly blend into its surroundings. However, its interior spaces are carefully crafted to provide for optimal acoustics and a consummate concert experience.
Set to be completed in late 2019, the Chapel of Sound concert venue is a fine example of architecture borrowing from nature.
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