Massive Megaphones in the forest let you listen to the forest


Birgit Õigus, an interior architecture student from Estonian Academy of Artswith, came up with an idea and with the help of her classmates, built four giant megaphones in the forest, “a place to listen, to browse the audible book of nature – there hasn’t really been a place like that in Estonia before.” Estonian semiotician and popular author Valdur Mikita said about the project. This wooden art installation got the advice from designers Tõnis Kalve, Ahti Grünberg and architecture office b210 as well.

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Image Source: Tõnu Tunnel
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Image Source: Henno Luts

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Image Source: Renee Altrov & Tõnu Tunnel

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