MELODICWARE — sound sculpture

Melodicware explores the auditory experience of objects.
This sound sculpture contains brass chimes of different lengths that play pleasant musical notes. Swinging by breeze or touch, they release casual melodies inspired by Debussy. Melodicware not only embellishes a space with its sculptural presence. Through interaction, it comes to life for a fleeting moment.
In current times of discordance, these gentle objects invite us to revel over our common language: music. Melodicware conveys a message of hospitality and joy.
The structure is handmade in brass with a Nero Marquina marble base.
Presented during Milano Design Week 2017 as part of the exhibition Fenomena, an interactive sensorial installation curated by The Ladies’ Room and co-Client: 5Vie.
Nominated to Milano Design Award 2017. 

Year: 2017
Photo: Roberto Nino Betancourt