RainFlower: Sound Zen Garden
RainFlower is an installation designed to enchant and to reconnect people to nature. People will explore the sensorial surroundings walking through the installation composed by long stem flowers made in metal. It will take young and old into a fantasy world where they will discover a new concept of nature in the outdoor. RainFlowers amplify the sound of rain drops creating a calm and relaxing pitter pattern. Each elements move like real flowers does with wind, sounding each time flowers touch one another.
The installation is a contemporary interpretation of Zen Gardens and it shows benefits of natural sounds. Moreover the real power of the installation come when the explorer interact with it, letting people intuitively discover the sound-landscape.
RainFlower: spatial installation for the outdoors
Materials: Stainless steel (diverse surface treatments: matte, glossy and reflective)
Maximum high: 240 cm.
Research and more work at www.jessicabizzoni.nl.
Jessica Bizzoni (1990 ITA) Spatial Designer with a poetic mindset for creating sensory spaces and installations. Graduated at the Design Academy of Eindhoven she exhibited in various international events as Dutch Design Week, Milano FuoriSalone, Athens Photo Festival, F-Light Florence, Berlin Art.
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