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Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto's highly anticipated House of Music has officially opened its doors to the public.The House of Music features a distinct undulating roof inspired by sound waves. The mushroom-like canopy consists of 100 crater-like perforations that allow light to seep through and an underbelly covered in 30,000 gold-colored leaves.Surrounding walls are almost entirely translucent, consisting of 94 custom heat-insulated glass panels, while thin rounded support beams resembling tree trunks are scattered throughout the building, blending in with the natural surroundings outside.The 9,000 square-meter, three-story space features a...
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