Play ValueThe most basic experience that we can find in water is its inner movement. The characteristic flow forms can be traced back to only a few basic patterns. Whilst working at the Institute for Flow Science of Theodor Schwenk, John Wilkes was engaged in the study of flow forms and so-called wall surfaces for flowing liquids. He discovered the phenomenon of rhythmical pulsation. In the chamber-shaped vessels of the Virbela installation the flowing water turns into a rhythmic pulsation which creates a flat figure-of-eight (lemniscate). The Virbela Basins are suitable for all areas where people are united together around the very nature of water. The installation is also suitable for improving the quality of water. The vessels have been installed in many biological purification plants in the past years.
- kindergarten children
- school children
- water play areas without supervision
- public play areas without supervision, such as playgrounds, parks or similar
Virbela Original Shape - Order No: 10.18500
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