When integrated with various types of art, what happens? Architecture is a form of art. The film industry and architecture have already been covered. Today, we examine the influence and force that music has on architecture. Just like architecture, music is a part of our daily life. According to recent studies, we listen to music for an average of 18 hours every week. We listen to it nonstop when working, exercising, commuting, strolling, and other activities. As a result, architects use music to focus, get inspired, and generate ideas.
Both music and architecture are considered to be forms of art, and while they both draw inspiration from other artistic mediums, rhythm and proportion are what unite them and give rise to originality and ideas. Buildings and melodies are hence the outcomes of these concepts. For instance, rhythm gives a music its distinct pulse, and in architecture, it establishes the shapes of buildings. In terms of proportions, they aid in the creation of a song through the notes and intervals; in terms of architecture, they aid in ensuring the proper balance of a structure. So it should come as no surprise that music may have an impact on architecture, starting with the initial idea and continuing through to the finished product.
Here are some instances of how music and architecture interact.
Music Park in Roma