Famous saying of German art theorist Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling that the architecture is frozen music, found a literal embodiment of the futuristic project of Taiwan Cultural Center of the American architectural studio B + U, development of which began with a study of sound waves…
B + U converts sound into form
“The examined” sound of architects has been transformed into three-dimensional shapes that formed the fantastic architecture of the building Taipei Performing Arts Center, which is divided into three main functional programs: the central multilayered foyer, the Big Theatre (1500 seats) and the Little Theatre (800 seats).
A massive staircase, glass walls and a smooth, overflowing into one another dynamic forms of visual forms create the visual center of the interior space.
The unusual architecture of the cultural center building is designed to attract more visitors to the circle.
Spacious placements of the theaters are very flexible and adaptable to the implementation of various cultural programs.
Radical ultra-modern architectural forms, according to the authors of the project, should provide the art, as one of the most important components of the harmonious development of society.