House of Jazz - a futuristic project designed by architectural studio Surasuk Pattanapanitchakul to San Francisco (California, USA), is intended to illustrate the synthesis of nature, architecture and modern urban planning aimed at the effective functional and aesthetic collaboration.
Dynamic, changing under the influence of external and internal motions architecture framework as a tool to explore the idea of ??music. Designed to be this of the leading jazz scene in the U.S., the building attracts an exciting exterior and doesn’t disappoint visitors to its internal structure.
Jazz, which has found expression in a futuristic unique architecture, plays with sunlight and shadow, day and artificial light, swift-free forms, devoid of order and tearing patterns typical spatial solutions.
Open space geometry is designed to visually integrate the interiors of structures with the surrounding urban landscape.
Jazz – a musical style that is always up to date. One of the reasons for its popularity – the ability to easily adapt to the world and aspects of its development. At the same time, jazz itself is always - an autonomous part of the musical space that is not amenable to the laws and conventions.
The aim of this project was to demonstrate the idea of ??fusion of American and Asian cultures, opening new perspectives for the development of the district, which has a high Asian population and density, however, at the same time is the center of blues and jazz in San Francisco.