"I call architecture frozen music."
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
German writer, scientist, color theorist and Freemason
In a case of art imitating art, a press release earlier this year announced that “frozen music” had been found hidden in the architecture of the 15th century Rosslyn Chapel - the same chapel popularized at the end of Dan Brown’s book The Da Vinci Code. The chapel’s puzzling architecture remained unexplained for well over 450 years until it was decyphered by Thomas Mitchell and his son Stuart Mitchell earlier this year. Read More...