Melbourne-based ilanel design studio takes inspiration from rain drops for its newest design.
November 2nd, 2011
The concept behind Rain is illuminating: a multi-sensory experience of sight and sound that invites touch and interaction.
Rain captures the shimmery sparkle of raindrops frozen in descent and voices a whimsy chime of flutes.
Individual drops are visually quite subtle, but gain tremendous strength when multiplied and clustered in large groups.
It is a playful piece with the sleekness of a design classic that is suitable for residential and commercial use.
Photography: Ivan Lee
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