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Wooden megaphones dot forest

Hannes Praks, head of the department of the interior architecture at Estonian Academy of Arts stands Monday in a wooden megaphone in a forest near Pahni village, Estonia. Three large-scale wooden megaphones have been set up by architecture studen...

Hannes Praks
Hannes Praks, head of the department of the interior architecture at Estonian Academy of Arts stands Monday in a wooden megaphone in a forest near Pahni village, Estonia. (Ints Kalnins | REUTERS)

Hannes Praks, head of the department of the interior architecture at Estonian Academy of Arts stands Monday in a wooden megaphone in a forest near Pahni village, Estonia. Three large-scale wooden megaphones have been set up by architecture students for visitors to climb inside. Professors at the Estonian Academy of Artsโ€™ architecture department sent students into the forest to find inspiration to create a forest library. But student Birgit Oigus, realizing that preserving books outdoors in the Estonian autumn and winter would be nearly impossible, decided to think outside the box. (Ints Kalnins | REUTERS)

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