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Architecture as Light and Sound
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John Blacking defined music as “humanly organized sound”; likewise architecture can be defined as humanly-organized space. 
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But “music” is also architectural, propagating through humanly-organized space... just as architecture reflects and diffracts humanly-organized sound.
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Architecture includes some of the more durable instances of material culture (Notre Dame, the Pyramids of Giza).

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Architecture as Light and Sound John Blacking defined music as “humanly organized sound”; likewise architecture can be defined as humanly-organized space. But “music” is also architectural, propagating through humanly-organized space... just as architecture reflects and diffracts humanly-organized sound. Architecture includes some of the more durable instances of material culture (Notre Dame, the Pyramids of Giza).