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The Façades


The rough-hewn Façades of the building are in sharp contrast with the refined interior, the glorious heart of the edifice. They are assembled with low-tech wood, and adored with technical orientation marks.

The design of the four entrances, each with three porticos in a tribute to the work of the legendary 17th-century architect Christopher Wren, flirts with classical orders. These entrances and porticos, graced with echoes of classicism, are made of a material that gives off a magical glow similar to the soft light of fireflies. The very life of The flying Music Room is based on inversion: the inside becomes the outside, or the outside becomes the inside.