1956 by Tai Ping Reverb Collection





Reverb is a 1956 by Tai Ping Capsule collection inspired by how sound visually appears.

“Over the years, the relationship and analogy between music/sound art/sound design and architecture has been explored in several aspects. In the same way architecture works over the solid materials, visual spaces, geometry, abstract realities or social contexts, it does over the aural realities, the sonic dimension. When it comes to space, sound can be valued in an architectural process, just as architecture is also sonic” –Design Sound

“Sound is a spatial event, a material phenomenon and an auditive experience rolled into one. It can be described using the vectors of distance, direction and location.
Within architecture, every built space can modify, position, reflect or reverberate the sounds that occur there.” -OASE

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