The eco-life has become one of the largest societal fads of the last decade. Many were told the world was going to end because they didn’t recycle so they bought a Prius. Many more just want to be cool and liked. We ll do. And people don’t like assholes that don’t recycle. So you might as well go all in and become and eco-fangirl to promote an eco-lifestyle for eco-everyone because its eco-cool to be eco-eco.
Named after the Greek god of wind, Aeolus – Acoustic Wind Pavilion is a giant instrument and optical sculpture, crafted by Luke Jerram. Currently singing away in Canary Wharf, Aeolus allows wind to resonate through polished steel tubes and along vibrating strings attached to the tubes. The hum produced is attuned to the aeolian scale and registers even in the lowest of winds, creating a soundscape of the environment throughout the day.
Aelous acoustic wind pavilion in forest lake. Credit Luke Jerram. Outdoor sound sculpture to be ‘played’ by wind. Aeolus - hundreds of metal tubes acting as Aeolian harps. Each tube will contain strings which will strike chords inside the structure as the wind passes over them making the whole structure sing. Visitors to the piece will be able to sit in the center of the structure, & the tubes will act as lighting filters, speckling the interior with shifting light
Diyar Media Studio Location: Tehran, Iran Architecture Firm: .ReNa. Design Architecture in Charge: Reza Najafian Area: 145 sqm Date: March 2013 Awards: 1st place in Iranian interior design national competition, in Office building category held by Architecture & Construction Magazine- 2014 1st place in biennial Architecture and Interior design competition, in Office building category held by Honar-o- Memari Magazine- 2014