A church in Chiyoda, Japan, designed by local design studio Tezuka Architects. A pipe organ is installed in the chapel. The thick walls of the chapel are designed to withstand the deep bass of the organ, and the walls also have a sloping structure to prevent flutter echoes. Using walls as an acoustic device, each wall has a different tilt to allow the sound to recover naturally, and the sound through the surface of the wall will be further softened.
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