A group of interior architecture students built giant wooden megaphones and installed them deep in the Estonian forests.
It is a large-scale acoustic installation that amplifies the sounds of the forest.
The facility combines contemporary architectural space with wild surroundings and is freely accessible to hikers and nature lovers.
The objects were placed at such a distance and angle that the sum of the sound received from all directions creates a unique and delicate sound effect at the very center of the artifact.
The facility can also be used as a seating and lounging area or even as a stage.
The author of the idea was interior architecture student Birgit Õigus. The group was instructed by designers Tõnis Kalve, Ahti Grünberg and the Architecture studiob210.