December 30th, 2004 | Filed under: Building Tech, Fabrication Tech | 1 Comment »


The Son-O-House is an interactive sounding architecture commissioned by the industry at ekkersrijt, Son, Holland. It’s a collaboration between NOX architects (Lars Spuybroek) and Edwin van der Heide. Son-O-House is a permanent installation that opened the 14th op may 2004. It’s freely accesible 24 hours a day.

One Comment on “Nox+Sound”

  1. 1 Henry Bird said at 7:05 pm on March 8th, 2005:

    I ama 5th year Diploma in Architecture student at the University of Nottingham, England, and am currently starting a project designing a ‘Museum of Redundant Technology’, in which i am very interested in hi-fi technology, audio and acoustics. I am very interested in this responsive architecture and the possibilities it presents to exhibition spaces in my building.

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