(Pics) Furin: An Interactive Light Wave

(Pics) Furin: An Interactive Light Wave

A remarkable lighting installation using glass wind chimes and LEDs.

Naresh Kumar
  • 7 september 2010

Japanese design engineering firm Takram created this interactive lighting installation for OKAMURA Design Space R. Simply called as “Furin”, this stunning piece of design is built on a grid of equilateral triangles on which are hung 280 glass wind chimes at varying heights to create an impression of a wave. As people walk below the wind chimes, they make different ring sounds and also light up, enabling the people to affect the lights and sounds inside the installation.

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