The Morning Line is a 33 foot high sound pavilion constructed in aluminum. Conceived by artist Matthew Ritchie, it is in part a successor to Edgard Varèse and Le Corbusier's pavilion for the 1958 World's Fair, and Fritz Bornemann's Expo '70 Pavilion. It is a collaborative platform to explore the interplay of art, architecture, cosmology and music. The installation has traveled to Seville, Istanbul, Vienna and now resides in Karlsruhe. Designed in partnership with Aranda/Lasch.