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The interior of the new National Music Centre in Calgary is dominated by a number of walls shaped by sweeping curves. This creates an overall impression of gracefully flowing forms. However in places these forms are allowed to come to abrupt straight edges, resulting in hard, angular negative spaces… like a sharp knife blade cutting through, revealing another layer behind. Fortunately these knife cuts also allow the light to pour through and bounce around the surfaces, creating a luminous glow on the glazed ceramic tiles of the walls.
Like a Knife, Calgary
Calgary Alberta Canada


The interior of the new National Music Centre in Calgary is dominated by a number of walls shaped by sweeping curves. This creates an overall impression of gracefully flowing forms. However in places these forms are allowed to come to abrupt straight edges, resulting in hard, angular negative spaces… like a sharp knife blade cutting through, revealing another layer behind. Fortunately these knife cuts also allow the light to pour through and bounce around the surfaces, creating a...
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  • tiles
  • ceramic tiles
  • walls
  • museum
  • lines
  • flow
  • flowing
  • sharp
  • glow
  • light
  • Studio Bell
  • National Music Centre
  • Calgary
  • Alberta
  • Canada