Musical Architecture is a series that intends to show through images that architecture and music share a common cultural lineage. The images consist in abstract art forms based on rhythm, proportion and harmony. The same characteristics that please the eye also please the ear. Musical terms such as rhythm, texture, harmony, proportion, dynamics, and articulation refer both to architecture and to music. In architecture and music rhythm is referred to the regular or coordinated repetition of lines, figures, or forms which are considered as a measure for organizing forms and spaces in architecture.