The huge wooden megaphones capture and rebound the twitters and howls of the forest, enabling passerby's to feel more at one with the land.
Built by a group of interior architecture students, the huge wooden megaphones capture and rebound the twitters, howls, and coos of the forest, allowing passerby’s to feel more at one with the land.
The objects were placed at such a distance and angle that the sound feed from all the three directions creates a delicate unique sound at the very centre.
Amazingly, the megaphones can also be used as a sitting and resting area or even as a stage. Birgit Õigus authored the idea, and the group was instructed by designers Tõnis Kalve, Ahti Grünberg and architecture office b210.
Take a look at the incredible photos of the installation below:
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