Defining himself as an experience and sound designer working at the intersection of installation, interaction and product design, Yuri Suzuki designed a pavilion for the Saint Etienne Biennale that enables them to experience the relationship between space, shape and sound. The pavilion, named "Experience Beauty with Sound" by the designer, offers a questioning and critical perspective to the fact that people associate beauty only with visual aspects
The exhibition, which advocates the idea that music plays an important role in our perception of beauty, continues with the 'Philips Pavilion', which was analyzed by Iannis Xenakis and designed by Le Corbusier for the World Exhibition in Brussels in 1958. offers an approach.
The Acoustic Pavilion, which allows its visitors to create their own listening devices with piping systems that combine in different forms, allows people to discover how sounds change in different ways. Yuri Suzuki's design on sound, form and space is included in the Saint-Pierre Church in France designed by Le Corbusier.
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