I’m interested in the relationship between typography and language. The way that designers used to layout and combine letters would lead to a linguistic effect. The rhythmical values we embodied into the design can change the way the readers perceive the information. This is similar to how we hear music. Therefore, typography is never independent and it intersects with multiple aspects. Then, what will happen if we use pure typography to reinterpret musical content? Or have musicians used typography in their music score?
In the design of Bech Electronic Centre, through the crossword puzzle, the design can be various depending on the size of the publication without losing the eligibility and the spirit of the design. Can this be applied to other languages?