The Archimusic Readers are a multiple volume collection of writings concerned
with the intersection of architecture and music.
The Archimusical Readers is a six-volume reader series composed of important writings, essays, and book chapters by a wide range of authors that have explored the relationships between architecture and music. The archimusic readers are organized to cover the field of archimusic in six volumes, where each volume focuses on different sub-topics. The six volumes aim to categorize the components of archimusic for the methodical study of the field as a whole. Each of these six readers contains eleven readings that have been carefully selected as the most relevant papers, essays and book chapters on each of the sub-section topics.
Compiled digital files are available and linked in the Archimusic Reader section of the website and currently, three physical spiral copies are in existence. The first is in the author’s possession and will be used for teaching in studios that focus on the role of sound and music within architecture. The second copy is in possession of the Media Arts and Technology Program (MAT) at the University of California, Santa Barbara. The third copy is in possession of the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) Library in Downtown Los Angeles.