In music, when notes move from one tempo to another, they take the audience in a world that composers imagine, musicians interpret and that I as an architect had to transcribe into our three dimensional world. The transcription was materialized after sending sounds of 20 different frequencies into a room in the midst of which was placed a black sheet of paper with fine white powder on it. With these different sounds the paper vibrated and the sand took the unique shapes of sound waves. Thus the hall was designed according to these shapes of sounds, accentuating the feeling of a floating world in a universe of expanding and contracting structure which give the visitors the impression that the hall seems aliveā€¦ like the flux and the reflux of the tide.