"So sensitive is a room.
The plan is a society of rooms.
The rooms relate to each other to strengthen their own unique nature. The auditorium wants to be a violin. Its lobby is the violin case.
The society of rooms is the place where it is good to learn, good to live, good to work.
Open before us is the architect’s plan. Next to it is a sheet of music.
The architect fleetingly reads his composition as a structure of elements and spaces in their light.
The musician reads, with the same overallness, his composition as a structure of inseparable elements and spaces in sound.
A great musical composition is of such entity that when played conveys the feeling that all that was heard was assembled in a cloud over us. Nothing is gone as though time and sound have become a single image."
-This is an excerpt from an essay in A+U January, 1973