The present paper explores the correlations of music and architecture through a design studio project
carried out by second year students of the Architecture programme at Nottingham Trent University
in the United Kingdom. In addition the paper looks into some of the most representative architects
and composers who have materialized this connectivity between space and music. Last but not least
this appraisal intends to illustrate how the students’ creative process and spatial understanding may be
influenced by introducing music as an analogue to understand architecture.