Monday, September 10 2012
Tropism Well is not your usual water fountain. Designed by Richard Harvey and Keivor John, this unique piece of art will sense your approach and lean towards you to pour a glass of water. The natural and elegant bowing motion is engaged simply by moving the water up and down the stem but its stance is so astonishing that you'll be bowing and thanking it.
source • poietic.co.uk
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