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Studio Weave has transformed an awkward exterior space landlocked by buildings into the LULLABY FACTORY, a secret world in the heart of London that cannot be seen except from inside the hospital and cannot be heard by the naked ear (only by tuning in to its radio frequency or from a few special listening pipes). Photos: ©Studio Weave http://www.archipanic.com/the-lullaby-factory/

Hackney-based Studio Weave has constructed a network of listening pipes in a back courtyard of London's Great Ormond Street Hospital to create a secret factory of lullabies for children. Lullaby Factory by Studio Weave

Laura Couto Rosado unveiles the most natural (and romantic) side of technology with a ‪#‎mineralorchestra‬ of chanting quartz crystals.  http://www.archipanic.com/le-chant-des-quartz/ ‪#‎designparade‬ ‪#‎lechantdesquartz‬ ‪#‎design‬ ‪#‎archipanic Photo by Lothaire Hucki. Courtesy of Design Parade.‬

Laura Couto Rosado unveiled the most natural (a romantic) side of technology creating a musical instrument that passes electric currents through quartz crystals and working on a mineral orchestra project in partnership with the Geneva University of Music.

Arvo Pärt Centre by NietoSobejano Arquitectos. “Not a single pine will be torn down”. NietoSobejano Arquitectos designed a new home for the Arvo Pärt Centre near Talinn. Inspired by the Estonian composer’s symphonies, the new cultural hub will dialogues respectfully with the surrounding landscape.  http://www.archipanic.com/architectural-symphony/

“Not a single pine will be torn down”. NietoSobejano Arquitectos designed a new home for the Arvo Pärt Centre near Talinn. Inspired by the Estonian composer’s symphonies, the new cultural hub will dialogues respectfully with the surrounding landscape.

Laura Couto Rosado unveiles the most natural (and romantic) side of technology with a ‪#‎mineralorchestra‬ of chanting quartz crystals.  http://www.archipanic.com/le-chant-des-quartz/ ‪#‎designparade‬ ‪#‎lechantdesquartz‬ ‪#‎design‬ ‪#‎archipanic Photo by Lothaire Hucki. Courtesy of Design Parade.‬

Laura Couto Rosado unveiled the most natural (a romantic) side of technology creating a musical instrument that passes electric currents through quartz crystals and working on a mineral orchestra project in partnership with the Geneva University of Music.

With Creation of a strange Symphony, young designer Philipp Weber presented a synestetic design project that mixes design and music with a performance of a glassblower using a new and unusual tool.  http://www.archipanic.com/design-symphony/

With Creation of a strange Symphony, young designer Philipp Weber presented a synestetic design project that mixes design and music with a performance of a glassblower using a new and unusual tool.

With Creation of a strange Symphony, young designer Philipp Weber presented a synestetic design project that mixes design and music with a performance of a glassblower using a new and unusual tool.  http://www.archipanic.com/design-symphony/

With Creation of a strange Symphony, young designer Philipp Weber presented a synestetic design project that mixes design and music with a performance of a glassblower using a new and unusual tool.

Arvo Pärt Centre by NietoSobejano Arquitectos. “Not a single pine will be torn down”. NietoSobejano Arquitectos designed a new home for the Arvo Pärt Centre near Talinn. Inspired by the Estonian composer’s symphonies, the new cultural hub will dialogues respectfully with the surrounding landscape.  http://www.archipanic.com/architectural-symphony/

Spanish office Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos has won a competition to design a woodland cultural centre for the organisation run by Estonian composer Arvo Pärt, after claiming their proposal won't involve felling a single tree

Arvo Pärt Centre by NietoSobejano Arquitectos. “Not a single pine will be torn down”. NietoSobejano Arquitectos designed a new home for the Arvo Pärt Centre near Talinn. Inspired by the Estonian composer’s symphonies, the new cultural hub will dialogues respectfully with the surrounding landscape.  http://www.archipanic.com/architectural-symphony/

“Not a single pine will be torn down”. NietoSobejano Arquitectos designed a new home for the Arvo Pärt Centre near Talinn. Inspired by the Estonian composer’s symphonies, the new cultural hub will dialogues respectfully with the surrounding landscape.

With Creation of a strange Symphony, young designer Philipp Weber presented a synestetic design project that mixes design and music with a performance of a glassblower using a new and unusual tool.  http://www.archipanic.com/design-symphony/

With Creation of a strange Symphony, young designer Philipp Weber presented a synestetic design project that mixes design and music with a performance of a glassblower using a new and unusual tool.

With Creation of a strange Symphony, young designer Philipp Weber presented a synestetic design project that mixes design and music with a performance of a glassblower using a new and unusual tool.  http://www.archipanic.com/design-symphony/

Process - Creation of a strange Symphony on Vimeo

With Creation of a strange Symphony, young designer Philipp Weber presented a synestetic design project that mixes design and music with a performance of a glassblower using a new and unusual tool.  http://www.archipanic.com/design-symphony/

With Creation of a strange Symphony, young designer Philipp Weber presented a synestetic design project that mixes design and music with a performance of a glassblower using a new and unusual tool. http://www.archipanic.com/design-symphony/

With Creation of a strange Symphony, young designer Philipp Weber presented a synestetic design project that mixes design and music with a performance of a glassblower using a new and unusual tool.  http://www.archipanic.com/design-symphony/

With Creation of a strange Symphony, young designer Philipp Weber presented a synestetic design project that mixes design and music with a performance of a glassblower using a new and unusual tool. http://www.archipanic.com/design-symphony/

With Creation of a strange Symphony, young designer Philipp Weber presented a synestetic design project that mixes design and music with a performance of a glassblower using a new and unusual tool.  http://www.archipanic.com/design-symphony/

German designer Philipp Weber's glassblowing pipe with valves like a trumpet won the New Talents Award at DMY Berlin

Studio Weave has transformed an awkward exterior space landlocked by buildings into the LULLABY FACTORY, a secret world in the heart of London that cannot be seen except from inside the hospital and cannot be heard by the naked ear (only by tuning in to its radio frequency or from a few special listening pipes). Photos: ©Studio Weave http://www.archipanic.com/the-lullaby-factory/

Lullaby Factory by Studio Weave for Great Ormond Street Hospital in London. The series of listening pipes and horns form a secret factory of lullabies for children