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Square Wind Bell by Kouichi Okamoto

A tiny wind chime that fits into a drinking glass.

Details: Created by designer Kouichi Okamoto of Kyouei design, the minimal “wind-bell” consists of two tiny square plates that are transversely mounted. “One plate catches the wind, and one other plate becomes weight. It strikes a glass, and sounded by the action of the wind.” says Kyouei.

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Kouichi Okamoto’s new work, including Magnetic Field Record, will be presented at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, as part of the London Design Festival Digital Design Weekend from September 20 to 21, 2014.

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