Gallery: Funky Blue “Court of Water” Wall Plays Music When It Rains (VI...

We've come across some talented musicians in our time, but Dresden's "Court of Water" is the first one we've seen that is a wall. Designed by Heike Bottcher in 1999 for Dresden's Kunsthof Passage farm collective, the Court of Water features a fascinating array
 
We've come across some talented musicians in our time, but Dresden's "Court of Water" is the first one we've seen that is a wall. Designed by Heike Bottcher in 1999 for Dresden's Kunsthof Passage farm collective, the Court of Water features a fascinating array of funnels and tubes that create hydro music when the rain comes pouring down. This playful marriage of art and architecture has made this quaint corner of the city a coveted destination at all times of the year. Hit the jump to see a video of what it sounds like.

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  1. David Forbus July 27, 2013 at 3:30 pm

    I didn’t hear any music in the video. Are you sure it actually makes music?

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