This stunning and stylish architecture object is called Twilight Epiphany, and it is the brand new part of Rice University, The University of art that seeks to generate encounters with art that advance the culture of inquiry that characterizes our university. By incorporating site specific works into the campus landscape and interior spaces, the program aims to challenge and inspire the community to imagine its work and lives from unconventional and potentially transformative perspectives. Twilight Epiphany is designed by James Turrell, an American artist primarily concerned with light and space and best known for his work in progress, Roden Crater, located outside Flagstaff, Arizona, where he is turning a natural cinder volcanic crater into a massive naked-eye observatory.
Twilight Epiphany was built as a part of Rice University and it aimed as a musical performances as well as a laboratory for music school students. This beautiful and artistic architectural object was made of of grass, concrete, stone and composite steel, the pyramid-like structure is equipped with an LED light performance that projects onto the ceiling and through the 72-foot square knife-edge roof, that is open to the sky. This Twilight Epiphany is divided into two level and it accommodate 120 persons. via