#003 – Jungel
Contact-responsive electric drums are affixed to stainless steel poles of varying heights. When played collectively, these drums produce diverse rhythms and percussion sounds through an internal amplified audio system, resulting in a dynamic and engaging musical experience.
#004 – Ringlet
A circular bench surrounds a walking trail with a surface made of concrete and ceramics. This unique surface is equipped with touch sensors and an integrated audio system. As participants walk together, their cooperative steps trigger musical notes and segments of melodies, creating a harmonious and interactive auditory experience.
#005 – Wheel
An integrated music box structure resembling a carousel is featured. Users can effortlessly spin the lower circular surface, thereby activating the upper playing mechanism. A recognizable musical composition plays in a back-and-forth manner, synchronizing with the rotation’s rhythm and the collaborative efforts of the participants.
#007 – Surface
Musical floor design comprises concrete tiles resting on a floating column system. These tiles incorporate integrated ceramics, touch sensors, and a computerized audio system. Engineered to withstand outdoor conditions, these components enable visitors to collaboratively produce polyphonic music by interacting with the touch-sensitive surface. Additionally, integration with a fountain or water misting system is feasible, enhancing the overall sensory experience.
#009 – Target
Double-sided Musical Keyboard, features a stainless steel structure with integrated concrete and ceramic components, sensors, and an advanced audio system. It enables users to collaborate in playing a harmonious ensemble on a grid of chromatic tones. The harmonious combinations are dynamically altered through a computerized system, ensuring that each activation produces a distinct musical style.
#014 – Music box
A Periphery Musical Structure: Featuring two spacious keyboards, a running drum, and an upper section with a set of calibrated keys and pipes. The stainless steel framework is encased in wood, concrete, and rubber. The structure offers various play modes: during solitary running, electronic keys within the upper mechanism produce melodies. However, when the keyboards are touched, diverse songs can harmonize. The speed of running or walking rhythm influences the rotating drum, with a complex system of sensors, solenoids, and computerized audio that remains exceptionally resilient to outdoor conditions.
#015 – Konus
Surrounding high waterfall with a peripheral musical floor. At the center lies a stainless steel and concrete structure, complemented by a flowing floor composed of colored ceramic and concrete tiles. This innovative design incorporates sensors and an audio system, split into two distinct surfaces: a wet play and running area, and a shaded space for relaxation.
#016 – Chairs
A Central Rotating Disc Structure: Initiated by its motion, this structure prompts engagement by playing familiar classical compositions, drawing from a diverse repertoire with each activation. Participants are required to stand near one of the stations, akin to the familiar game. In each round, a station is highlighted by a distinct color and is eliminated from the game. The victor is the last remaining player.
#017 – Slope
Large Musical Assembly Game: Consisting of a lengthy base structure crafted from wood and stainless steel, designed for the arrangement of modules featuring calibrated tubes and interval parts. A group of participants can follow a straightforward scoring system based on a familiar musical piece or create their own musical arrangements. Upon completion, a ball rolls down the resulting slope, playing the composed opus. Additional modules provide ample possibilities for diverse assemblies and various musical combinations. The setup can be rapidly disassembled and reconfigured at the installation site. Primarily intended for indoor use, while outdoor settings are suitable for one-time events rather than prolonged installations. Ideally suited for museums and supervised environments.
#020 – Ball
Spatial Musical Keyboard: A stainless steel structure adorned with spherical concrete and ceramic elements. Users can engage in free musical expression, improvisation, and collaboration. The distinctive design promotes movement and cooperation, enhanced by integrated sensors and audio systems.
#023 – Neume
Lines and dots
Creating musical notes as a single syllable is done with a stainless steel and concrete structure forming a grid with stations. Moving along a low-height beam between positions, you’ll find short melodies at each stop, allowing everyone to build a piece together. This design includes sensors and an audio system for this musical interaction.
#024 – Console
Double-sided vertical keyboard design enables users to play collaboratively across two octaves on both sides of the instrument. The stainless steel structure features concrete cladding and houses a system of sensors and audio components that produce chromatic sounds, offering a dynamic and interactive musical experience.
#028 – Crick
A musical helix—an installation featuring touch sensors and an audio system integrated along a structure crafted from stainless steel and enveloped in concrete. This design enables users to collaboratively generate sound within the surrounding space, fostering an interactive musical experience.
#031 – Harp
This distinctive musical instrument enables users to play diverse pieces of music together, fostering captivating improvisations. Crafted from stainless steel and wood, it features sensors, colored ceramic components, and an audio system, facilitating collaborative musical exploration.
#036 – Cutrus
Engaging musical activity for toddlers, involving crawling and play on a sloped surface.
#037 – Mobius
An Infinite Piano Ring where each key corresponds to a piano note. Participants interact by moving within the outer and inner spaces, collaborating and improvising while playing. The stainless steel structure with concrete covering houses eighty-eight keys, sensors, and an audio system.
#040 – Diara
a converging spiral structure that enables collaborative play within inner and outer circles. Constructed using stainless steel, concrete, and ceramic components, it features sensors and an audio system for an interactive experience.