Estonian students build a giant wooden megaphones to listen to the forrest
A group of interior architecture students have built king-size wooden megaphones deep in the woods in Estonia.
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Giant Wooden Megaphones Amplify the Sounds of a Forest | The Creators Project
Giant Wooden Megaphones Amplify the Sounds of a Forest By DJ Pangburn — Sep 21 2015 Photo by Tõnu Tunnel Now on display in an Estonian forest near Tallinn are three gigantic wooden megaphones. Buil...
estonian students amplify forest ambiance with megaphone-like library spaces
interior architecture students at the estonian academy of arts have conceived a space for contemplation with the installation of three giant wooden megaphones.
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Giant timber megaphones amplify sounds of Estonian forest
Trio of mammoth timber funnels designed by students to magnify sounds in Estonia forest, and double up as a space for ramblers to contemplate and rest
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Unplugged kingsize megaphones help nature explorers hear the forests — Estonian Academy of Arts
The Estonian Academy of Arts is the only public university in Estonia providing higher education in fine arts, design, architecture, media, visual studies, art culture, and conservation, working uninterrupted since 1914.
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Giant Megaphones Built In Estonian Forest Amplify the Sounds of Nature
If you would like to do some meditating or relaxing, a forest clearing is a good place to go. A group of students in Estonia took that idea and amplified it, literally.
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L'Arbre de Vie : Gustave Klimt - Fête du Paradis
Gustav Klimt est un peintre autrichien de la fin du xix e siècle et du début du xx e , né à Vienne (Autriche) en 1862, mort en 1918. C'est un peintre du courant du symbolisme, qui regroupe des artistes qui ne peignent pas ce qu'ils voient mais ajoutent...
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