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Wind Wobble / Motif of wind chimes, air purifier

Wind Wobble

Wind chimes, commonly known as the preserve of temples, are a kind of religious object that rings a bell, hanging under the eaves. A harmonious combination of two factors, sound and shape, emotionally inspires people from deep inside the heart through this charming architecture decorative element. And Wind Wobble's design is based on this motif. Just like a wind chime swaying in the wind under the eaves, a bell part of a wind chime is re-designed as an air purifier to purify the air and a clapper part is re-designed as a diffuser to send forth warm scent, swaying in the wind.


Hannam University

Hannam University
Daejeon, South Korea

Na So yeon,
Hannam University