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A Timberharp by Thomas Freer in the shape of an ellipse made from spalted beech
Thomas Freer’s Timberharps are tactile interactive sculptures.

Crafted from exquisite pieces of wood and fitted with hidden sensors, the pieces summon you to touch and reward when you do.

The relaxing and harmonious musical chords that you accidentally construct as you feel around the sculpture bring moments of surprise and delight.

Timberharps are created to be an indulgence of the senses. That journey begins with the craftsman’s knowledge of each piece of wood, continues through the processes of fabrication to the deployment of bespoke microprocessors and signature phonics. The end results are the interactions you create.

Every part of the Timberharp has been designed to encourage curiosity and initiate pleasure through engagement with the beautiful smooth wood combined with gentle and relaxing sounds.
Therapeutic Interactive Musical Sculptures
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