This musical rain wall piece can lighten up your mood when dark rain clouds transform the world into a depressed and gloomy place. Downpours change this colorful water tube system, located in German Dresden, into a musical rain performance. While one shouldn't expect a performance similar to one from an opera singer, the sounds of nature dripping on this steel construction are delightful nonetheless.
The Funnel Wall in the Hof der Elemente, created by Annette Paul, Christoph Roßner and André Tempel, is part of the Kunsthof-Passage. The Kunsthof-Passage is a small part of Dresden where pieces of art are shown on the buildings. The creators of the Funnel Wall got inspired by the crazy architecture of the downspouts in St. Petersburg.
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