This outback “tower of song” sits among tall eucalypt trees, a rural Gothic folly of dark cladding and tall proportions. Within a structure that performs with smoke and dynamic levers emitting experimental music, sixteen old pianos garnered from the region have been granted a new lease on life. Jostled together on elevated balconies set around a three-storey void designed for hoisting the instruments into place, they resonate in the rich timbered interior. Part building, part musical instrument, part stage set and part mad invention, this intriguing project is its architect and his family’s gift to the music community of Australia.
For more coverage, read the article by Vanessa Tomlinson and Jocelyn Wolfe.
- Conrad Gargett
Brisbane, Qld, Australia
- Project Team
- Bruce Wolfe (design architect)
- Site details
Category Commercial / public buildings
- Project Details