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  • Leesa Wheeler

    The Kunsthof Passage in Dresden include the 'Court of Water' – contraption made with metal tubes and funnels that make music when it rains. Just one of three creative courtyard façades.

  • Adam Ariano

    Dresden, Germany. Kunsthofpassage - Court of Water. Contraption plays music when it rains

  • Khiri Samantha Lee

    Tucked away in a student district of Dresden, Germany, you’ll find Kunsthof-Passage, a series of buildings and courtyards that encompass a farm collective as well as shops and cafés. Walking through these buildings into the courtyards leads to a fun surprise: the Court of Water. Using the gutters, metal pipes and funnels, architect Heike Bottcher designed a Rube Goldberg-type contraption that plays “music” when the rain comes down and through.

  • Ada Morton

    rube goldberg inspired art | Hear the Musical Drainage Pipes of Dresden, Germany

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